Sunday, May 13, 2007

Eurovision - where my vote went

The lady from Georgia got my vote last night. Her song was brave and original, as well as a bit catchy. Man in a Shed has no idea why his fellow British citizens voted for Turkey.

It would be nice to believe the UK were hard done to - but I'm afraid - for once - I'm with the Europeans on this one. Why do we think that smut and kindergraden antics are going to impress anyone ?

Congratulations to the Serbian contestant Marija Serifovic - my wife who knows much more about music than I do - immediately picked her out as the best act.

1 comment:

Alfred of Wessex said...

The countries whose people voted for Turkey were, by and large, those with large mulsim minorities, and where the tipping point to a muslim-dominated society will occur first.

The islamic caliphate of Eurabia is already here, and it is now.

In 1974, Houari Boumedienne, the then President of Algeria, said in a speech at the U.N.:

"One day millions of men will leave the southern hemisphere to go to the northern hemisphere. And they will not go there as friends. Because they will go there to conquer it. And they will conquer it with their sons. The wombs of our women will give us victory."

Be afraid, be very afraid.