Wednesday, 14 May 2014


The Eurovision Song Contest and the New Cold War
In the sixties and seventies the Eurovision song contest was good clean family entertainment; a time when the old Cold War could be forgotten and Europe seemed united in the friendly rivalry of a song contest.  But those days have long gone for during the last decade or so it has become a big camp jamboree – a battering ram to crush the last vestiges of resistance to the media-promoted homosexual juggernaut broadcast across Europe and beyond. We understand that over 180 million watched this year’s Eurovision spectacle in 45 countries across the globe.

Conchita Wurst - Telegraph

The winner of this year’s contest, Conchita Wurst, is typical of the gender bending agenda of Eurovision in recent years. ‘Her’ real name is Tom Neuwirth who is openly homosexual and his stage name is typical of the ‘Gay’ obsession with sex and has phallic connotations. And as ‘she’ smiles sweetly through ‘her’ beard and makes grandiose statements about tolerance, respect and discrimination, we say hang on a minute, - 'she' and others like 'her' have created a new sphere of intolerance, disrespect and discrimination. Here’s one of Wurst’s statements to give you an idea: “I share the opinion that this was not a victory just for me but for the people who believe in a future that works without discrimination and is based on tolerance and respect. This transcends borders".
Wurst comes from Catholic Austria, a country that is still quite conservative, and there appears to be a large silent majority who are not happy with Wurst or the Eurovision win. The TV of course will show video clips of jubilation and of Wurst’s supporters sporting lookalike beards etc. But one populist news outlet, Krone, in an on-line poll found that only 23 percent of respondents were actually proud of Wurst’s achievements.
This year’s competition came from Denmark which declared ‘tolerance’ as the main theme for the event. The rainbow-coloured flags, the so called symbol of ‘Gay pride’ flew over many buildings in Copenhagen over the past week.
Some countries in Eastern Europe were not happy with this type of subversion being broadcast into their countries, and online petitions sprang up in many countries. Russia, whose government passed laws banning gay propaganda to minors, were particularly unhappy and as the Russians reached the final the so called ‘tolerant’ audiences of Eurovision booed the Russian contestants.
Wurst’s win, with the song ‘Rise like a Phoenix’, saw a Russian politician claiming that ‘this is the end of Europe’ and ‘It has turned wild. There are no more men or women in Europe, just it’.  So whilst western culture and free enterprise may have brought down the Iron Curtain with the help of St John-Paul II and Catholic Poland, western media excesses and selective intolerance are gradually creating a new Cold War, and all the work and suffering of Eastern European Catholics to bring about a safe Europe will be as nothing. Dare we ask: will the TV start World War III?


  1. Eurovision song contest has become a freak show

  2. What a farce of this Eurovision is. God will not be mocked. Homosexuality is an abomination. See what will soon befall Europe. In his Mercy God will act.