Israel Freakshow

European Freakshow Contest

Eurovision, Israel

Eurovision – A word once synonymous with great music and competition between nations has been replaced with a mixture of garbage and outright degeneracy.

The European song contest has been politicized for many years – even before Conchita Wurst made an appearance. While the LGBTTQQIAAP++++ community and their virtue signalling friends had a field day in 2014, the message to all cultured people is a rather stern one: The mainstream does not care about aesthetic beauty, music, or culture in general. Degeneracy and exposing ones sexuality is in, aesthetics and all (cultural) achievement is out.

The Eurovision song contest has produced many great songs, including ABBA’s Waterloo or Domenico Modugno’s Volare. Contrast this to the modern times; the cross-dressing frenzy by the likes of Conchita Wurst… or even worse, the Israeli song which won the Eurovision contest yesterday.

Do not get me wrong here. I am not mad because my favorite song did not win. In fact I did not even listen to any of the songs, until after the contest, as to not waste any of my time on a highly celebrated crap.  I did listen to some of the songs earlier today so I could compare them to the Israeli freakshow, and I was quite pleasantly surprised of some of the songs which – obviously – did not win, as they were not promoting degeneracy. Estonia with Elina Nechayeva’s La Forza was by far my favorite (and is actually very good), though I must admit I am an Estonian myself, and can not be objective in this case.

Go ahead and make up your own minds.


Author: Sander Laanemaa

Sander Laanemaa was born in Estonia in 1984. In 2011 he graduated from the Estonian Maritime Academy as a deck officer. During his studies he took an interest in history, philosophy, psychology, and the occult. His research guided him deep into the rabbit hole, which ultimately led to the creation of Culture Wars.

Sander is fluent in English, Swedish, Finnish, and Estonian.

He has given a number of lectures on various topics on maritime affairs, and also on ancient history and the faults of contemporary social movements.

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