The bombing at Manchester Arena in England has been heard around the world.
Many people are devastated by the attacks, but each with their own responses on what should happen moving forward.
Breitbart London’s Raheem Kassam stated: We now know that girls as young as eight years old died in the terror attack in Manchester last night.
We know in neighboring communities, young girls were targeted, groomed, and raped by Pakistani, more often than not Muslim, men living in the United Kingdom.
And while the political left hurls accusations of a “war on women” at the right, for refusing to accept taxpayer subsidy of contraception or abortion, the real war on women is taking place in British towns and cities, conducted by fellow travelers of the high chiefs of multiculturalism.
We must protect our beautiful daughters with the beautiful daughters of St. Augustine: courage, and anger.
Anyone who cannot agree to this basic statement should find no support in public life.
Prime Minister Theresa May has put troops on the ground in the UK and raised the threat level to the highest it can go:
And now celebrities are giving their opinions, as if they matter, on what should happen.
Enter Katy Perry.
In an interview with Elvis Duran the pop-star stated how her fans and the world should respond to the ISIS terror attack:
Besides like all the weird stuff that goes around the Internet, which is, y’know, sometimes a great place but an absolute, y’know, underbelly mob-pit of horribleness, I think, like, the greatest thing we can do now is just unite as people, as like, fan bases, all of it, y’know? Cause I think, like, there, like, as much, y’know, whatever we say behind people’s backs, cause the Internet can be a little bit ruthless as far as fan bases go but I think that the greatest thing we can do is just unite and love on each other and like, no barriers, no borders, like we all need to just co-exist.
If you feel like you’ve lost braincells listening to that nonsense you’re not alone.
Whether Katy was talking about fan bases needing to be borderless and co-exist or actual nations, is not clear.
However, knowing Perry is Hillary Clinton’s main squeeze when it comes to celebrity performers, it’s safe to assume she meant actual nations.
So Americans, should we all just coexist in a borderless world like Katy Perry says?
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