“Security” means Muslims who were complicit in the attack. In a sane society, no one would hire Muslims to take care of security.
A year after the jihad massacre at the Bataclan café in Paris, where 130 people were killed, the venue reopened with Sting as the featured act. The well-known singer began his show by singing “Insh’allah”, to the delighted applause of the crowd. Two members of the Eagles of Death Metal band, which was playing at the venue the night of the massacre, were turned away from last night’s show by the café’s management. (Thanks to GoV)
Of the 130 people murdered across Paris on November 13. 2015, 89 died in the atrocity at the Bataclan
(The memorial for the victims doesn’t mention Islam or Muslims. That would make the jihadists angry.)
Eagles of Death Metal singer ‘refused Bataclan entry’ for re-opening after Muslim comments
EAGLES of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes was reportedly banned from the Bataclan on the eve of the anniversary of the Paris terror attacks last night as staff said he was “not welcome”.
By INDRA WARNES
Eagles of Death frontman Jesse Hughes was denied entry to a Sting gig at Paris’ Bataclan last night
The American rock band were on stage at the concert hall on November 13 last year, when 90 people lost their lives as armed Islamic State terrorists opened fire as part of a series of terror attacks across the French capital.
.Former Police frontman Sting re-opened the 150-year-old venue last night, on the eve of the first anniversary of the atrocity, but Mr Hughes and a second band member, neither of whom had tickets, were allegedly denied entry by manager Jules Frutos.
Jesse Hughes’ band Eagles of Death Metal were on stage when suicide bombers stormed the venue
Mr Frutos said: “They tried to enter the venue and they are persona non grata. They are not welcome after what he said about the security.
“Even if he came back on what he said. I mean, this man is just sick. That’s all.
”Must be “Islamophobia”, that imaginary disease the Muslims always accuse us of suffering.
Mr Frutos also said he felt the band’s attitude shows “no respect for the victims” claiming they had used the terrible attack to get “promotion”, asking: “Who did know about this band before”
Earlier this year, Mr Hughes suggested Muslim staff at the theatre were complicit in the terror attack, telling Fox Business Network he had heard that six security guards failed to show for work on the night, and “it seems rather obvious that they had a reason not to show up.”
.He also claimed that he “saw Muslims celebrating in the street during the attack”.He either saw it or he didn’t. If he saw it, why should he not say it?He later apologised in a statement which said: “I humbly beg forgiveness from the people of France, the staff and security of the Bataclan, my fans, family, friends and anyone else hurt or offended by the absurd accusations I made.Apologised or was forced to apologize? The Moonbat appeasers wouldn’t have any of it.“My suggestions that anyone affiliated with the Bataclan played a role in the events of November 13 are unfounded and baseless – and I take full responsibility for them.”
In the aftermath of the attack, Jesse Hughes accused Bataclan staff of having been complicit in it
The manager of the Eagles of Death Metal said Mr Hughes “never even tried entering the club for Sting’s show” as the Bataclan re-opened on Saturday night.
Cowardly, lying scumbags. They refused him entry and now they lie about it.
Revellers were heavily searched as they entered the Sting gig
There was a heavy police presence outside the venue as it reopened its doors, and attendees were searched more than once as they attended.Survivors and relatives of those who were killed in the attacks were given free entry, while the remaining 1,000 tickets sold out in “less than thirty minutes”, with all proceeds going to charities supporting families of victims.Speaking in French, Sting paid tribute to the victims, saying: “We’ve got two important things to do tonight … First, to remember and honour those who lost their lives in the attacks a year ago, and to celebrate the life and the music of this historic venue.”So before we begin, I would like to ask that we observe one minute of silence … We shall not forget them.”
Sting began the gig with a minute of silence for those who died a year ago
After the minute of silence, the star began his set with his song Fragile, singing “Nothing comes from violence and nothing will.”He went on to play a string of hits including Englishman In New York, Every Breath You Take, Roxanne and Message In A Bottle.Aurelien Perrin, who survived the attack, said he attended the gig “because it’s important to finally finish a concert that was never allowed to end”.He said: “I came alone tonight. It’s very emotional, as I keep getting flashbacks of that night.”