Friday, May 17, 2013

Malmo, Sweden: Home to a Rapidly Dwindling Jewish Population--and This Year's Eurovision Song Contest

Due to the Zionhass of the locals (which includes a sizable Muslim population), Malmo is down to its last thousand Jews. Which makes it the perfect locale for the Zion-loathing EU's ultra-cheesy song competition:
The moment we have all been waiting for has arrived: the European Song Contest 2013 is tomorrow (!) live from Malmö in Sweden. Who will take Europe's quirkiest singing honour this year? And which countries will suffer the ignominy of "nil points"? Which extraordinarily bad song will win most from the judges on political grounds alone? 
From Finland's Bridal-themed offering "Marry Me" (featuring the first Eurovision lesbian kiss) to Romania's Dracula-inspired operatic ballad "It's My Life" and Armenia’s metal entry written by Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi, we give you the lowdown on each of the 26 countries competing in this year's...
"Lowdown": I think that's what the French call "le mot juste."

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