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SECOND COMING

Posted on February 12, 2008

Dave Mustaine, Megadeth frontman has recently spoken with Revolver magazine about the forthcoming Megadeth album, ‘United Abominations’, given that the album title is a play on ‘United Nations’ the album cover presents the United Nations building being destroyed.

“The whole premise of the U.N. was to prevent war,” he railed, “but they're totally ineffective. What just happened with Israel and Lebanon, and why did it take that long to stop? Look what happend with Saddam Husein — 17 resolutions, and he just kept spitting in their face. And now the “blue helmets” are raping women and little girls in these African countries? Come on! How long is the public going to be blind to this?

“I know I'm not making any friends at the U.N. with this album,” Mustaine continued with a harsh laugh. But, frankly, he's not worried. Like many born-again Christians, Mustaine favors the interpetation of the Book of Revelations that views the founding of the United Nations — and its eventual demise — as part of the prophesied events that will inevitably lead to the Second Coming. “I got saved a few years ago, and I believe the Bible says that the U.N. is going to fail. In order for the predictions in the Book of Revelations to take place, it's gotta fail. I don't ever expect to go there, except to look where the building used to be, you know? I hope that someones going to pull the chain, and that's where the butthole of the United States is, and it just disappears!”

Read the entire interview in the May 2007 issue of Revolver magazine.

SOURCE: BLABBERMOUTH

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