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Pop megastar Katy Perry made an impassioned plea for people to “co-exist” and said that “barriers” or “borders” could detract from that goal….Perry, said….“we’re just all loving on each other and we should just stay loving on each other….Katy Perry has far more influence over young people than hard-working counter-jihadists do. She, like many other pop stars, wants everybody to love each other and get along. Most Westerners want the same things. But Islamic supremacists and jihadists don’t. They want a global caliphate and will use any means at their disposal to do it, including stealthily undermining us by means of the “Islamophobia” subterfuge.
Most pop stars cannot actually relate to the dangers and carnage of jihad attacks, notwithstanding their emotional outpourings after such attacks. They are surrounded by guards and live in near-fortresses, like Perry’s 19 million dollar gated mansion in Beverly Hills. She is unlikely ever to know the fear of a jihadi attack or experience the pain of what the innocent girls suffered in Manchester Monday night. She would accordingly do well not to speak of this massacre as if it were a two-sided coin. Only one side does not want to coexist in love.
“Katy Perry on Manchester Bombing: ‘No Barriers, No Borders, We All Just Need to Co-Exist’”, by Jerome Hudson, Breitbart, May 23, 2017:
Pop megastar Katy Perry made an impassioned plea for people to “co-exist” and said that “barriers” or “borders” could detract from that goal in an interview following the terrorist bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K. on Monday night that claimed the lives of at least 22 people and injured dozens of others._________________________________________________________
In an interview Tuesday on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, the “Chained to the Rhythm” singer suggested that people “unite” following the tragedy, which occurred as young fans and their parents were leaving the 21,000-seat arena at around 10:35 p.m. local time.
A suspected suicide bomber, identified as Salman Abedi, detonated what is believed to be a nail bomb as concert-goers were exiting the Manchester Arena. The attack took the lives of at least 22 people, many of them children, and wounded at least 59 more.
Grande has reportedly suspended her tour, tweeting late Monday that the bombing has left her “broken.”
from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have words.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 23, 2017
Perry, for her part, said Tuesday that “we’re just all loving on each other and we should just stay loving on each other.”
“If this gets out to anyone, I just want to say that I love all of you out there and I just know that some of our fan bases kind of go both ways. Ari’s fans are my fans, and my fans are Ari’s fans.” Perry added. “Tell everyone, ‘I love you’ today.”
Perry’s preference for no “borders” or “barriers” may come from her staunch opposition to President Donald Trump, who promised during the 2016 campaign to build a security wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. The singer was a vocal supporter of former Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton, and previously marched in the anti-Trump Women’s March on Washington shortly after Trump’s inauguration….