The singer Sting gave a performance at the reopened Bataclan
in Paris, and desecrated the memory of the many victims of the jihad butchers who attacked the center over a year ago:
In what The Rebel Media's Victor Laszlo perfectly labeled "a stunning display of sanctimony and insensitivity," pop superstar Sting opened last weekend's gig at the Bataclan club in Paris with a song called "Inshallah."
The Bataclan, you will remember, was the site of a ghastly Islamic terror attack in which jihadists tortured and slaughtered 90 trapped concertgoers. Sting's performance actually took place on the anniversary of that massacre, making his choice of "Inshallah," Arabic for "if God wills it," even more repulsive and inappropriate.
What he did was throughly insensitive to the memories of the victims, and truly sick. I don't own any of his music albums, thank goodness, and everybody else should now boycott all his work to show we don't approve of his capitulation. Don't get stung by Sting.
Labels: dhimmitude, France, islam, jihad, Moonbattery, racism, showbiz, terrorism