Finnish black metal band Horna withdrew from the Blastfest 2017 festival after the festival’s SJW-pandering organizers canned Peste Noire‘s scheduled performance due to anonymous antifa nags threatening the hotel and venue. On their Funbook page, Horna said “It’s time more bands should do something instead of looking the other way.”
More death and black metal bands should stand up to open censorship attempts by anonymous mobs of leftists. These communists hope to only curtail free speech as would be done under their ideal totalitarian state. Free speech and groups espousing ideas hostile to the liberal notion that everyone should be equal in every way despite anthropometric variety existing across the globe in every society undermines the mass delusion and magical thinking that shape the leftist worldview. For the leftist antifa(g)s, everyone must be equal and mediocre. All movies must be shot from formulaic scripts, all NBA players should have average height and digit lengths, and all music should be safe and unchallenging to preconceived political notions mandated by a failed 19th century economist and philosopher who spent his entire life leeching off his best friend. When Marx’s actual ideas were put into practice, they only led to economic and cultural stagnation and rot. The antifa nags and leftists punk scenesters wish to apply their little red bible to popular culture, enforcing social realism upon metal to create safe weekend kitsch for do nothing apparatchiks.
Tags: antifa, Black Metal, Blastfest, censorship, communists, festivals, horna, peste noire, sjws
5 thoughts on “Horna Withdraws From Blastfest in Support of Peste Noire”
> POSITIVITY! YAY!
Millennial community managers, kill yourselves already.
Barney Greenway is lame – a real zombie. Napalm Death is politically uninformed, insincere populist crustfund music by and for charlatans.
so threats worked. cool :)
I find it entertaining that Sargeist and Horna regularly play SJW-sanctioned fests like MDF without any flack. It doesn’t take too much research to find that Shatraug isn’t exactly a proponent of multiculturalism.
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