By Jeff Winston
At a gala celebrating the music of nasally challenged Communist and wife-deserting/beating, banal incubus, John Lennon, a gaggle of aged hippies, celebrity has-beens and up-and-coming celebrity has-beens gathered to butcher one of The Beatles most childishly simplistic and factually incorrect songs: “All You Need Is Love.”
According to Rolling Stone:
Willie Nelson, Steven Tyler, the Killers’ Brandon Flowers, Sheryl Crow, Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Aloe Blacc and Eric Church performed a celebratory version of the Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” in a preview of the upcoming film/album Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert. Kris Kristofferson, Peter Frampton, Kevin Bacon, Chris Stapleton, Train’s Pat Monahan, Eric Church and Juanes also joined for the song, which highlights the eclectic set, out on CD, DVD and LP via Blackbird Presents in January 2019.
Whether knowingly or unknowingly, these ineffectual clowns have been lying to us all along to serve the interests of their Bolshevik masters. Most of them are “useful idiots.”
Actually, the data is in on this. While love is very important, it turns out that you need a helluva lot more than just love. You need clear boundaries and a ruthlessness with which to enforce them.