Thursday, May 25, 2017

Katy Perry On Manchester Attacks: "We All Just Need To Co-Exist"

                Katy Perry, noted sage, soothsayer, and current events expert, selflessly provided desperately needed guidance to all the peoples of the world after the suicide bombing that killed 22 (mostly young) people in Manchester, England recently. In an interview, she declared that the best way to respond to terrorism is to “just unite and love on each other.” Perry proclaimed that the only solution to all of the violence in the world is, “no barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist.”
                I wonder if Katy’s house has walls? A fence, perhaps? It would be helpful if she erected a barrier in her brain, to check her thoughts before they come tumbling out of her mouth. No borders and no barriers would lead to total chaos, which, come to think of it, is what many Europeans are experiencing now.
                There are clear and distinct solutions to the heinous acts of violence being visited on much of Europe and the U.S. Don’t be afraid to tell the truth. Recognize from whence the danger comes. Put a stop to illegal immigration.
                Twenty-two more people don’t exist anymore precisely because of the co-exist crowd. They were co-existing. That is all they wanted to do. They weren’t picking a fight. They just wanted to bop along to some music. But, Islamic terrorists refused to let them co-exist, because they hate the infidel’s music. And culture. And religion. And fun in general. And life. And…
                As of this writing, in 2017 alone, 5,883 people have been prevented from co-existing because they were killed in Islamic terror attacks. It is impossible to simply “co-exist” when a large number of people are determined to kill you and yours, Katie.

                If we stop the inanity, we have a better chance of stopping the insanity. The next concert attacked could be yours, Ms. Perry.

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