Ariana Grande has announced that she will make a triumphant return to Manchester England to perform at a benefit concert. It was at the end of her performance this past Monday when an Islamic terrorist detonated a bomb that left 22 people dead and over 50 injured. Following the blast, Ariana put her international tour on hold.
Then today, Ariana wrote on Twitter that she will revisit the scene of the crime. The concert will be held to raise money for the families of those who were either killed or injured by the attack. Grande included in her message “We won’t let let this divide us” and “we won’t let hate win”.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 26, 2017
The Monday concert was a part of Ariana’s “Dangerous Woman Tour”. Ironically enough, the only dangerous thing about the performance was a radical Muslim terrorist who traveled to Syria and Libya to be trained by ISIS, only to be let back into England so he could blow himself up. His attack clearly targeted young women and children, most likely because of the theme of the concert – that women are strong, independent, and should have equal rights.
In Ariana’s Twitter announcement, she stated that she intended her concert to be a “safe space” for all of her fans. Sadly, it is the open borders policies that she and her ilk advocate that ensure there will be NO safe space for women, Christians, gays, or non-Muslims.
Nowhere in her statement did Ariana even mention the word “terrorism”, much less “Islam” or “Muslim”. It is too politically incorrect to identify the attacker by his rightful title – a radical Islamic terrorist.
What then should everyone’s response to the terrorist attack be? Well, according to Grande,
“Our response to this violence must be to come closer together, to help each other, to love more, to sing louder and to live more kindly and generously than we did before.”
What this implies is that the reason there was a bombing was because people didn’t live “kindly and generously” enough. To combat terrorism, we should sing songs! And sing them loudly! If the ignorance and naivety of the left weren’t so dangerous, it might be cute.