DELUSIONAL: Katy Perry’s ‘Solution’ For Terrorism Shows That Some People Just Don’t Get It

Written by Candace Hardin on May 25, 2017

Headlines in the news give proof that society today has a problem with extremely misplaced priorities and more importantly, a true lack of actual knowledge of the facts.

A terrorist suicide bomber in Manchester England left 22 people dead at a pop star’s concert Monday night.

It is appalling that law abiding citizens are at risk while trying to enjoy a simple musical event. However, it is a new daily reality of possible terrorist attacks for all parts of the world.

The most shocking side effect of all this is the lack of knowledge by those who still call for open borders, love, and Cheerios of all. As if that is all that is needed to stop those who feel the need to kill the innocent in the name of their god.

Those in the spotlight, such as Katy Perry, continue to labor under the delusion that love is the answer to this kind of irrational hate.

“No barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist. We all just need to be united and love on each other.”

That’s nice, Katy, but the philosophy of radical Islam does not love on each and every one. Especially women such as yourself that dress provocatively, but it doesn’t have to go that far. Just being an independent business woman is sufficient to be caned or murdered according to Sharia Law.

Elizabeth Warren with her quote, “If we have to be raped to prove our tolerance, so be it.” Well, after you, if you please.

The philosophy of Islam is to eradicate any and all other beliefs, especially Judaism and Christianity. It would also include anyone who worships in a Pagan way. All are available to come under the banner of the replacement of any other culture in favor of Islam.

There are people who have some need to parade their virtues, whether real or presumed, that tolerance, love and kum-ba-yah singing will cure Radical Islam. These are many of the same people who feel that women’s rights in the United States are being eroded by our current President. No actual proof has been presented about this, but that is the rumor.

This is a war. A war without a visible enemy, without borders, without traditional fighting. It is a war whether anyone would like for it to be or not. It is not something that warrants an apology tour, as favored by the previous administration, or cuddles, good snacks and viable employment can cure. The mindset of those who would blow themselves up in the name of their god is not up for psychological correction.

Dana Loesch from the Blaze put it pretty plainly in a video commentary. Her video can be seen at #Manchesterterrorattack, #BlazeTV, #DanaTV.

She did not mince any words, but prefaced the link with “Not for language cowards.”

The summation of her video asked the question, “Will people today leave this war with Radical Islam for our children to fight.” She wondered if this generation would be so cowardly as to pass the buck, kick the can down the road and otherwise wimp out on a war that will have to be fought and won. She dared ask if the next generation would have kind words for the burden left upon them by the sloth and denial of today’s society.

She touched on the feminists that show up for useless protests, but have nothing to say about genital mutilation, the shredding of the young girls at the concert by shrapnel from a terrorist’s bomb at a concert and honor killing of women because they are second class citizens with no rights.

This is the crisis of the millennium and it must be resolved.

Low information dreamers with their priority set on backward must inform themselves and join the fight.

Either “lead, follow or get out of the way.” The time to sit on the fence has long past.

Image: Excerpted from: By Liam Mendes Uploaded by MyCanon – Katy Perry, CC BY-SA 2.0,

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Candace Hardin
Candace Hardin resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She is fluent in Spanish and a student of Latin and history. She is a columnist on and has a blog, Originally from North Carolina, her writing and beliefs have been heavily influenced by the Appalachian culture and tradition.