Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine recently spoke about the fact that he has become more mindful of himself and others as he has gotten older. Back in 2012, during a concert in Singapore, Mustaine told the crowd: “Back in my country, my president is trying to pass a gun ban. So he’s staging all of these murders, like the Fast And Furious thing down at the border and Aurora, Colorado, all the people that were killed there. And now the beautiful people at the Sikh temple.”
He continued: “I don’t know where I’m gonna live if America keeps going the way it’s going because it looks like it’s turning into Nazi America.”
Dave Mustain addresses the matter
During his appearance on Full Metal Jackie radio show, he was asked how that awareness has actually made him “more dangerous”, Dave responded: “I think to the contrary — it’s actually made me a little bit more aware of the repercussions and the negative effects of the things that we say.
“When I was down in Singapore, we were on stage goofing around — goofing around [and making] stupid, drunken, bonehead jokes on stage — and I said something that really negatively affected me for quite some time,” he continued. “And you don’t realize about stuff like that.
“We’re living in a time right now where people are just very, very sensitive and argumentative, very litigious, and we just wanna play Megadeth music and be happy,” Dave added. “We’ve got our own stuff that we need to take care of with our work, with our family and with ourselves.”
Ted Nugent makes some bold comments on Joe Biden
Ted Nugent has compared Joe Biden to Adolf Hitler following a speech the U.S. president made earlier in the month. During his September 1 address, Biden attacked former president Donald Trump and his Make American Great Again (MAGA) supporters, saying that both posed an ongoing threat to America and the future of the country.
But MAGA world was focusing less on Biden’s warning than they were on the red lights that lit up Philadelphia’s Independence Hall behind the president.
Nugent addressed Biden’s speech during the latest edition of “The Nightly Nuge”, a news-style clip in which he offers his take on the news of our world. Asked by co-host Keith Mark what he made of the “overall look and feel of what America saw” in Biden’s speech, Ted said: “Well, I paid attention to history, in spite of the fact that I went to an American anti-education system. Because when I graduated in 1967, I knew nothing. I knew how to sneak up on a deer and a squirrel with my bow and arrow. I knew how to do chores perfectly; my mom and dad trained me that.”
“I knew how to be polite, how to be productive, how to get up early and put my heart and soul into being the best that I can be. But I didn’t know anything about history. I couldn’t have told you what Auschwitz was. I couldn’t have told you what the Rape Of Nanking was. I couldn’t have told you who Karl Marx was, or Che Guevara, but I know now. And I’m gonnaan image of Hitler, Joe Biden, the evil tyrant of China, Karl Marx — evil, evil forces in history that also used a red glowing background in their hate speeches.”
Nugent continued: “There is an evil force controlling this mindless, soulless zombie named Joe Biden that is so confident that Americans can be so stupid and uneducated and clueless about history that they won’t see the confluence of imagery, gestures — I mean, the clenched fist like Adolf Hitler, like Mao Tse-tung, like Lenin and Marx. Joe Biden is evil unto himself, but he is so mindless, so soulless, so filled with hate and rage that he doesn’t even know he’s doing the bidding of Satanic, evil forces.”