Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea said he fears the National Rifle Association more than Muslim terrorists in a new interview with Hot Press.
“Well, I’m definitely more afraid of the NRA than I am of any Muslim terrorist, that’s for sure,” he says.
“But it’s just too sad to comprehend, really. Like, I think when somebody does something like that, they are so insane and so removed from love and the connection that we all are one. All religions, all people, all races, all ethnicities, we all are one. ‘And I know everyone knows this and you hear or see the hippie bumper sticker on a car, but when you don’t understand that, you really are sick, you know?
It’s a sickness and it’s something that people have a little bit of sometimes and sometimes people have it a lot – to the point they want to kill people. It just fills me with such a great sense of sadness. What can I say? All we can do is try to make good decisions, try to create love in the world. That’s it: that’s all I want to do.”