The terrorist attack in Manchester, England, on Monday left 22 people dead at the hands of Salman Ramadan Abedi, the son of Libyan migrants. Rather than face up to the fact that their open borders, anti-Christian, pro-Islamic ideology lead to this tragedy, pop singer Katy Perry says we all just need to co-exist.
Speaking with Elvis Duran and the Morning Show on Tuesday, Perry said the border walls and barriers need to go and that we must "unite" in some one-world fantasy land.
“Whatever we say behind people’s backs, 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,” Perry said, adding, “No barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist.”
"We’re just all loving on each other and we should just stay loving on each other," said Perry. “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. Tell everyone, ‘I love you’ today.”
According to The Guardian, suicide bomber Salman Abedi detonated a bomb and himself, killing 22 and wounding another 59. Though security services knew of his potential danger, they did nothing to stop him, probably to appease politically correct sensibilities like those of Perry.
"Abedi was known to the security services but was not part of any active investigation or regarded as a high risk," they report. "He was viewed as a peripheral figure in much the same way as the Westminister attacker, Khalid Masood."
"The police and security services are trying to establish whether he worked alone or was part of a wider network that helped him with the bomb. Although Islamic State has claimed responsibility, the police have found no evidence to support this."
Police want to know if he was part of a "wider network." Here's a hint for them: that network starts with the letter I.