Thursday, January 06, 2011

File this under "unbelievable."





Since "Machete" was released on DVD this week, I thought sharing this commentary from Alex Jones was appropriate. I think Jones has made some very interesting points about various conspiracies but I can't believe Jones is taking a parody/homage to exploitation films as the Latino version of "Birth of a Nation."

He better not watch any vintage black exploitation from the 1970s if he is easily upset by the message there are bad white people.

Wow.

I wonder if he ever actually watched the completed film.

2 comments:

SRBissette said...

This is fucking hilarious!

He should check out, oh, 80% of all 1970s drive-in and New World Pictures fare before blathering on. Then again, fat cat white males HAVE BEEN and REMAIN responsible for all the evil in the world, so...

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