Beyoncé Talks 'Formation': 'Anyone Who Perceives My Message as Anti-Police Is Completely Mistaken'

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You silly peons, she’s just “misunderstood”, you’re “uncomfortable”, and you just don’t understand what feminism means!
From People Magazine: It’s been months since Beyoncé instructed us all to “get in formation.” Now, the supermogul is opening up about the powerful, symbolic and, to some, controversial message. “I mean, I’m an artist and I think the most powerful art is usually misunderstood,” the singer, 34, said in a new interview with Elle for their May issue. “But anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken. I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe. “But let’s be clear: I am against police brutality and injustice. Those are two separate things. If celebrating my roots and culture during Black History Month made anyone uncomfortable, those feelings were there long before a video and long before me.

Celebrating her roots...

Celebrating her roots…


This year has been a busy one for Beyoncé. In just two months, the singer has dropped her new music video and song, delivered a show-stopping Super Bowl 50 halftime show performance, announced her world tour and, most recently, debuted her new clothing line, Ivy Park – “For me, it won’t be real until I see women at the gym, in the park, on the street wearing the collection, sweating in it, and loving it,” she said – (and her highly-anticipated album is expected to be released any day now). But the star is already thinking about the next phase of her career: creating art “that helps people heal.” In her effort to encourage and uplift fans, Queen Bey has been sure to display one of her particular passions: feminism.
I’m not really sure people know or understand what a feminist it, but it’s very simple. It’s someone who believes in equal rights for men and women,” she told Elle noting that she featured the word and definition in her 2013 hit “Flawless” “not for propaganda … but to give clarity to the true meaning.”
“I don’t understand the negative connotation of the word, or why it should exclude the opposite sex. If you are a man who believes your daughter should have the same opportunities and rights as your son, then you’re a feminist.” She added: “Ask anyone, man or woman, ‘Do you want your daughter to have 75 cents when deserves $1?’ What do you think the answer would be?”
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Helene Pineau
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Helene Pineau

Never mind her message being ‘anti-police’, judging from those poses, it`s above all that ‘women are sluts’.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

Helene . . . It is rather gross to see her big butt up in the air, and then in the other picture–we get to see a crotch shot. I’m glad that my nieces so not comport themselves in this Whorish manner. Back before she was Queen Bey, and she sang with two other young women, we did not see these hedonistic displays. Oh! For the old days.

Helene Pineau
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Helene Pineau

‘Oh! For the old days’.
I hear ya Lulu.

Dan
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Dan

In “Ancient Law” nineteenth century legal scholar Henry Sumner Maine distinguished progressive, modern societies from their primitive roots by the transition from privilege and reward by status to that based on contractual, free agreement among individuals, based on merit. Oddly, today’s so-called progressives have turned this on its head, demanding unmerited privilege and reward based on status, such as affirmative action in schools and jobs for women and minorities, all with the aim of displacing more qualified white Christian males from leadership roles in society. As it is, there are twenty more qualified young men displaced for every woman accepted… Read more »

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

I would much rather seek the services of a doctor, lawyer, plumber, painter, brick layer, teacher, etc. who has his job because of his own personal investment in the job, and the merit that his/her efforts have brought about. Who wants to pay top pay to people who have lesser abilities just because they are a “protected class?” I certainly do not.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Hey, having standards is “racist” so let’s just give achievement to those we like– worked for the Soviets! (Progressive left/liberals will run out of other people’s production quickly… we pretend we work, they pretend they pay us.)

belyew
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woman demean themselves on a daily basis by allowing men to look at them in derogatory ways. especially when they dress for attention. I would never let my kids dress like this. children should not be allowed to look up to these trashy women. this is disgusting!

belyew
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besides she looks like she is trying to imitate rhianna anyways. no more uniqueness or artistry in the industry!

wendybar
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Yeah, because representing The Black Panthers, whom, one of their spokesmen actually says “Kill all crackers, and kill all the cracker babies” is Black History, that we are being forced to accept. Then the BLM crowd is marching and shouting “What do we want?” Dead Cops, when do we want them? NOW!!” You want respect from the police, Beyoncé, EARN IT…BOW DOWN BITCH (her words, not mine)

Anonymous
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shogunclan
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shogunclan

More lies!!!You want to fix race in this country obey the law and it will all work out nothing is perfect except Jesus but you fight the law and the law will win in the end. SO WAKE THE HELL UP

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Yeah, it’s all about feminism or something…comment image