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Paul McCartney's reaction to George Harrisons Death.

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Paul McCartney's reaction to George Harrisons Death.

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Here's Paul McCartney's reaction to George Harrison's death. This was filmed at his estate in Sussex. The reporters were gathered outside the long driveway entrance to his estate. Seems kind of rehearsed, but I guess it's expected when dealing with the media, especially since the lashing McCartney received from his seemingly passive reaction to the death of Beatles band mate John Lennon.

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SerpensSolida : Faul, you were never a Beatle. I was 1,000 more times shocked when my ferret died. At least leave a confession about who you really are when you die.
michael pound : Well said Paul, and well handled. What if Paul had died first, and the journos waited all day to spring on John ,like they did on Paul, and remembering how short and sarcastic John could be when he was irked or pissed off, what memorable bombs could John have launched? Give Paul a break. Anybody who criticises obviously hasn't analysed or thought deeply enough...
gldesmarais9356 : George Harrison of The Beatles band was known for his devotion to the religion of Hare Krishna. This is the god which George Harrison dedicated his life to. Not only does the Hare Krishna Movement have "another Jesus," regarding Krishna as their personal savior, but we also find the false doctrines of reincarnation and idolatry. George Harrison clearly believed in a New Age god, i.e., that all gods are one. In sharp contrast, the Word of God states that the Godhead was manifest in the flesh of the man, Jesus Christ (1st Timothy 3:16). Colossians 2:9 states... "For in him [Jesus Christ] dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily." Biblically, Jesus Christ is the Son of God (John 3:16). Islamic Muslims, who worship Allah, openly DENY that Jesus is the Son of God. Clearly all gods cannot be one as Mr. Harrison stated. Harrison, as do other New Agers, believed that each soul has the potential to become divine through such practices as yoga and chanting. Harrison believed that "god perception" (what he termed "Krishna consciousness") was possibly only through personal meditation, and chanting "Hare Krishna" repeatedly. Tragically, George Harrison rejected the Word of God and Jesus Christ. Harrison's 1971 song MY SWEET LORD, is a song of praise to the Hindu god, Krishna. In fact, Harrison admits that he did that to trick people. George Harrison was an imposter who rejected Jesus Christ, and is burning in the fires of Hell today because of his sin of unbelief. I say this with sadness. 2nd Peter 3:9 declares that "God is not willing for any to perish" in their sins. "In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of his power." —2nd Thessalonians 1:8,9
Ian Leo : George was my favorite Beatle... Rip:((
João Calhão : Leave it to an englishmen to go to his lifetime friend's funeral and react like he was ordering a cup of coffee...
Vasantha Perera : People don't always wear their heart on their sleeve. Crying on cue is what people expect, anything short of that is perceived as heartless and cynical. You imagine that a guy who grew up with and went through so many experiences with the guys who passed away can honestly feel nothing at their passing? People who are apart for a long time might not impact on one another's emotions as immediately and constantly as people who are around each other all the time, but every once in a while they will come to mind and the knowledge that they can never be seen and heard from again will produce sadness and grief. Am I speaking from personal experience? Yes, my father wasn't around for a long time. On hearing of his passing I carried on like nothing happened, about a month went by and I woke up one day not wanting to do anything, so I took the day off work and found myself thinking about him all day....with a whole range of emotions. He still comes into my thoughts, maybe a song, a film or just something someone says will bring him to mind. Do I wish he was around? Yeah. You can see this guy knows what's expected of him and you can also see he resents it. I would.
j9andphoenix : Just a dignified response keeping all the personal stuff to himself - which is what the truly grieving do - none of anyone's business really...I don't see emotional detachment but quiet dignity and respect not to share to the press what is private
AppealPlay : No clue how I stumbled upon this video but this is at least marginally better than "It's a drag, isn't it?" I don't know if Sir Paul is just emotionally detached or if he just doesn't care about his friends. It's bizarre.