Year Of The Boomerang: QAnon Meets Rage Against The Machine

On last night’s episode of “Steel Truth,” a QAnon “decoder” and researcher who goes by the name InTheMatrixx claimed that the Rage Against The Machine song “Year of tha Boomerang” contains hints about the coming mass arrests and executions of high-level political, business, and entertainment leaders that believers in the conspiracy theory claim to be imminent.

Hosted by Ann Vandersteel, a right-wing conspiracy theorist who was disavowed by the Trump campaign earlier this year, last night’s episode featured fellow conspiracy theorists Liz Crokin and InTheMatrixxx discussing the QAnon theory, which alleges that President Trump has been working tirelessly behind the scenes to expose a wide-reaching satanic pedophile ring that will implicate a number of world leaders, including top Democrats, Hollywood figures and business leaders.

InTheMatrixxx noted that Congress is about to adjourn for its summer recess, which means that members will not be exempt from arrest, as they are when they are in session, according to the Constitution.

“Summer gets hot,” he said. “No session, no legislative immunity. They are done.”

InTheMatrixxx then noted that Q had recently declared that 2019 would be “The Year of the Boomerang,” which prompted InTheMatrixxx to then recite the lyrics to the first verse of the 1994 Rage Against The Machine song:

The sisters are in so check the front line
Seems I spent the ’80s in the Haiti state of mind
Cast me into classes for electroshock
Straight incarcerated, the curriculum’s a cell block
I’m swimming in half truths and it makes me wanna spit
Instructor come separate the healthy from the sick
Ya weigh me on a scale, smelling burnt skin
It’s dark now in Dachau and I’m screaming from within
Cause I’m cell locked in the doctrines of the right
Enslaved by dogma, talk about my birthrights
Yet at every turn I’m running into hell’s gates
So I grip the cannon like Fanon an pass the shells to my classmates
Aw, power to the people
Cause the boss’s right to live is mine ta die
So I’m going out heavy sorta like Mount Tai
Wit the five centuries of penitentiary so let the guilty hang
In the year of the boomerang


“You’ve got the Haiti state of mind,” InTheMatrixx said. “You’ve got electroshock—the mind control that we talk about. We’re in a cell block with curriculum—the schools. Swimming in half truths—the media. You’ve got the smelling of burnt skin—well, we know what that is. ‘I’m locked in the doctrines of the right, enslaved by dogma’—Q talks about that. Birthrights, bloodline, and now it’s power to the people … and now it’s time to let the guilty hang in the year of the boomerang.”

“It’s absolutely insane,” replied Vandersteel. “When you talk about birthright in that song, it’s coming back around about Obama’s citizenship.”