Sunday, September 14, 2008

Sir Paul and Little Satan

Sir Paul - ex Beatle, ex Wings and the richest cat in show biz is totally blowing off death threats for his upcoming gig in Little Satan on 25 Sept.

Sir Paul is no stranger to controversy. Since hitting the stage back in the Mop Top days, he's been a trend setter. Wiping clean and drawing again the face of popular music, he advocated that tripping on LSD was a lot like taking an aspirin without a headache, that weed was ok and composed the sound track to baby boomers lives.

Before he was Sir Paul he was awarded the Member British Empire along with John, George and Ringo, got banned by BBC back in the 70's with a hands off Great Britain tune called "Give Ireland Back to the Irish" and charmed his way into Knighthood.

Regardless, Sir Paul has always been a class act and deployed a free gig for 911 First Reponders and their families at Madison Square Garden debut'ing a tune called "Freedom" which prett much summed up the post 911 world - into the Free and the Unfree worlds.

Within 12 hours of tickets going on sale for the Little Satan gig - Sir Paul sold over 10K tickets!

Palestinian fanboy Omar Bakir - recently declared personnae non gratis in Great Britain - and currently in hiding - has threatened the rocking Sir Paul with suicide bombers if he dares to celebrate Little Satan's 60th with a rocking concert.

"If he values his life, Mr. McCartney must not come to Israel. He will not
be safe there. The sacrifice operatives will be waiting for him. Instead of
supporting the people of Palestine in their suffering, McCartney is celebrating the atrocities of the occupiers. The one who is under occupation is supposed to be getting the help."

Sir Paul points out tolerance for intolerance is way uncool and unbefitting for any fan of fun and free choice.

"I was approached by different groups and political bodies who asked me not to come here. I refused. I do what I think, and I support Israel"

5 comments:

Findalis said...

The concert is sold out and Sir Paul is getting 2.5 million pounds sterling. If they didn't want him to go to Israel, they should have paid him money not to go. They could have offered 5 million pounds.

The concert sold out faster than a Hannah Montana concert did. And there are no tickets any where to be had.

kevin said...

Kudos to Paul. I've been a fan since I was old enough to find the FM dial.

Skunkfeathers said...

Good for Sir Paul. I support Israel, and no one pays me squat, save for my employer, who does pay me squat, but I digress...bottom line, you go for it, Sir Paul! Screw the Islamofascist!

Personally, I hated the Beatles when I was 5, 'cuz my sisters played the first Beatles album they got to the point that the platter was smooth as a baby's backside. But some of their stuff is timeless, and McCartney has shown he's as timeless (so far) as his music ;)

Maggie M. Thornton said...

What a statement:

"The sacrifice operatives will be waiting for him."

I hope I can remember that one.

Good for Sir Paul. He's loving the free world. Britain needs him and his attitude.

Maggie

Nikki said...

I believe the Beatle has moved up a notch in my book...I am sure John Lennon is turning over in his grave and Yoko will probably go to hers...haha :)N