Is Psy Warning Us About The Antichrist In ‘Mother Father Gentlemen’?

It’s been a little while since I’ve shared the private revelations of one William Tapley.

It’s not that The Third Eagle of the Apocalypse hasn’t had anything to say.

He has.

But when you denounce the demonic phallic imagery at an airport, you’re setting the bar pretty high for apocalyptic zaniness.

Now, I’m not saying Tapley has reached that bar in this video. He hasn’t. But it’s pretty wonderful nonetheless.

In a fantastic followup to his analysis of Gangnam Style, the Third Eagle explains that Psy’s new song which Psy himself named ‘Mother Father Gentlemen’ is really called ‘Mother F****** Gentlemen.’

If that sounds ridiculous, it’s just because you don’t understand the basic rule of biblical prophecy – if something doesn’t work for what you want to claim, just completely change it so it does.

Otherwise, claiming that Psy is really playing the antichrist and the old men are the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse just sounds like crazy talk.

Anyway, there’s a lot to love about this video.

Like when Tapley ponders the significance of Psy’ place of birth,

“I’ve always been interested that Psy comes from Seoul. Does that means as the antichrist Psy has lost his soul?”

Wonderful though that is, this may be the one of the best lines The Third Eagle of the Apocalypse as ever uttered,

“Of course the antichrist is a mother f’ing gentlemen.”

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show….

  • Robert Martin

    Ya know… As much as I am curious about this video… I can’t add another “view” to it as I’m sure he’ll probably take every view-count he gets as authentication of his message. “Ten thousand people have viewed my video! Prophesy wins!”

    Oy, vey… these scriptural/eschatological (mmm… sounds like “scatological”) tirades by folks these days make me want to scat… in more ways than one.

  • robgrayson

    What a total goof ball. The thing I keep asking myself is, why does one single person pay any kind of attention to this guy? Talk about living in La La Land…

  • Christina

    “He kicks away the orange cone, thus revealing that he is the Lawless one.” This is golden.

  • friendlyreader

    My cousin who worked in Korea let me know that in Korean, Seoul is pronounced sort of like suh-ool, two syllables, not like the English “soul.”

    I look forward to Anderson Cooper having fun with this guy again. đŸ˜€