Gene Simmons is sick and tired of political divisiveness.
Months ago he told celebrities to shut up and quit ripping Donald Trump non-stop.
Now Simmons mentioned an uncomfortable reality about the growing threat of radical Islam.
Simmons said that Islamic terrorist groups and other bad actors in the Middle East don’t distinguish between left and right — they hate the west indiscriminately.
Gene Simmons, the blood-spitting bassist and vocalist of rock supergroup Kiss, had some harsh truths for listeners tuning into an interview on Chicago’s WGN Radio about politics in the United States.
“The last thing we should be doing as a country is to fight with each other,” Simmons said. “Everybody’s got a different point of view, and that’s okay — that’s what makes America great.”
“By the way, al Qaeda, al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, all the bad guys in the Middle East don’t make a distinction between left and right, Democrat or Republican; they hate all of you,” he added. “They just think you’re all Americans. Now that’s a good idea — the American party.”
Simmons did, however, deviate from his own advice given back in December when he urged celebrities to keep their “pie holes” shut instead of ranting on and on against Donald Trump. But as a friend and former contestant on Trump’s The Celebrity Apprentice, Simmons echoed his previous comments:
“And for people out there who think every time you say ‘President Trump’ that it’s a political conversation, I urge everybody to just take a deep breath. He was elected, and so were the Republicans across America. And the next time there’s an election, you’ll have a chance to draw the curtains — because it’s nobody’s damn business who you vote for — and vote your conscience. If you like our president, you’ll vote him back in. If you don’t like him, then you’ll vote for somebody else.”
In a Rolling Stone interview last year, Simmons said Trump is “good for the political system” because of how “everybody is sick and tired of being politically correct.”
“Secretly, tens of millions, perhaps a hundred million people, may actually have some positive feelings about a wall,” Simmons said.
Simmons’s point about political correctness is an important one. Political correctness is the instrument leftist authoritarian regimes use to stifle free speech and silence dissension.
The most dangerous form of radical Islam isn’t jihad terrorism; the biggest threat is political Islam, which seeks to conquer the west with mass immigration and anti-assimilation.
The motives of political Islam aren’t a secret. A document generated by the Muslim Brotherhood was discovered during the raid of a mosque that was connected to funding terrorism.
The document outlined the Brotherhood’s plan of generating mass numbers in the west, then using the west’s political correctness against itself.
That’s why CAIR (the Council on American-Islamic Relations), a group deeply intertwined with the Muslim Brotherhood, invented the word “Islamophobia.”
Any criticism of Islam triggers the term “Islamophobia,” which even gets levied against practicing Muslims who aren’t in favor of political Islam.
Hillary Clinton was such a dangerous candidate because it was unclear exactly how much she believed in free speech.
Clinton fully supported UN Resolution 16/18 (put forward by the OIC countries), which essentially sought to ban speech that casted Islam in a bad light.
Subsequently, the tragic Orlando shooting massacre happened, and all mentions of Islam as the shooter’s motivation had been scrubbed from the shooter’s death manifesto.
More people like Simmons need to speak out before the United States and Canada have the same harrowing problems Europe is enduring right now.