Paul Stanley (born Stanley Eisen) has pretty much confirmed what I had long suspected: He and Gene Simmons (born Chaim Witz) are, in fact, the “money-grubbing Jews” they are so hypersensitive of being called. They’re both the type who interpret every other word out of the goyim’s mouth as “anti-semitism”:
In his long-awaited autobiography, “Face The Music: A Life Exposed”, KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley accuses the band’s fellow co-founding members Ace Frehley (guitar) and Peter Criss (drums) of resenting Stanley and KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons for controlling the group’s creative output — which Stanley says occurred because Frehley and Criss’ songwriting contributions “just didn’t amount to much.”
“Ace, and particularly Peter, felt powerless and impotent when faced with the tireless focus, drive and ambition of me and Gene,” Stanley writes. “As a result, the two of them tried to sabotage the band — which, as they saw it, was unfairly manipulated by [us] money-grubbing Jews.”
Stanley reiterated to Larry Getlen of the New York Post that yes, he does believe that Frehley and Criss are anti-Semitic.
“Yes, I do,” he said. “It’s based on years and years of interactions. It’s not pulled out of thin air.” Frehley and Criss did not respond to the New York Post’s requests for comment.
Here’s Gene Simmons, on his TV show, noting how ‘dirty work’ (i.e., manual labor) is “what gentiles are for”.
D’ya think that sort of attitude (in addition to whatever ‘anti-semitic’ comments Frehley and Criss may have made) might’ve also been in play in the many years of Kiss?
There’s no currency in the term ‘anti-gentile’, however.
I’m not even sure it’s a recognized term.