A modernist society as deeply flawed as the United States of America necessitates artistic expressions of protest such as "People So Stupid." Tom MacDonald's approach to the issues of contention remains ever so complex in its poignance, as he articulates his position on the matters brilliantly through his confrontational assertion, which works as simultaneously a way to construct a statement of frustration regarding the blight of the downtrodden Caucasian-American, but in addition, it serves as an active deconstruction of radical political discussion, intentionally inciting his ideological detractors to inadvertently prove his point. It's truly genius in which he proves how insignificant the level leftist theory accounts for self-awareness regarding their socio-economic opposition. He's truly one of the few remaining pioneers of exercising the 1st Amendment, relaying his controversial standings with unapologetic bluntness without fear of the social media sycophants in which he criticizes, giving legitimacy to non-conformist viewpoints which have been deemed "unfit" for a timely western civilization. The music video is fantastic in its extremity, perfectly complementing the exuberant aggression within the audio. It's a multi-layered metaphorical onion akin to even the most revered cinematographic extortions of its kind; an ideologically reversed This Is America for the new decade. Music like this will run the same course as other outspoken controversial hip-hop artists such as N.W.A., misunderstood and despised in its time, but with age the genius and cultural relevance shall be revealed for the new generations. Masterpiece.