Gene Simmons of Kiss Describes ‘Controlled Chaos’ during Visit to UK Parliament

…By Alan Peterson for TDPel Media. Gene Simmons, the legendary musician from the band Kiss, recently had an “insane” experience visiting the Houses of Parliament in the UK.


He attended Deputy Prime Minister’s Questions as a guest of DUP MP Ian Paisley.

Before entering the Commons chamber, Simmons received a private tour of the Parliament building.

Speaking in central lobby, Simmons described what he witnessed inside the chamber as “controlled chaos.”

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He found it fascinating to observe the clash of wills among the Members of Parliament, noting that despite the intensity of the debates, there was a level of respect among the participants.

Simmons expressed his belief that Americans could learn a great deal about civility and the functioning of democracy by observing the proceedings in the UK Parliament.

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When asked if he had been to Parliament before, Simmons replied that he had never physically visited before, although he had taught about it to his students.


He expressed his awe at touching a piece of granite that was over a thousand years old, remarking on the sense of history and the hallowed ground upon which the Parliament stands.

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Simmons also contrasted the atmosphere in the UK with the fast-paced, instant gratification culture he perceives in America.

Simmons’ visit to the UK Parliament provided him with a unique perspective on the workings of democracy and a newfound appreciation for the historical significance of the location.


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