Germany Drops its Eurovision Contender Over ‘Anti-Semitic and Homophobic’ Lyrics Row


Looks like even non-Whites dislike pushy homosexuals and Rothschild overlords.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Had it been a White performer expressing the same thoughts, his or her career would be instantly over. Naidoo will be chastised and kicked down a notch or two, but, as he says, he “is fine with that.”

GERMANY has been forced to withdraw its Eurovision contender for next year’s contest after facing a massive backlash from protestors over their selection. (ILLUSTRATION: Xavier Naidoo claims to be 1/4 Indian, 3/4 White, but his appearance suggests a larger percentage of non-White ancestry)

R n B star Xavier Naidoo had been announced as the act they would be putting forward for the annual competition but reactions to the news have been fierce, with many believing Naidoo’s previous songs promote anti-Semitism and homophobia.

Naidoo’s 2012 song Wo sind (Where Are) caused a storm in Germany after appearing to link homosexuals and paedophiles. In an earlier song released in 2008, Naidoo referred to the German-Jewish Rothschild family as ‘Baron Deadschild’, and also used the word ‘schmock’, which is a derogatory Yiddish term.

He has also appeared at a rally of the Reichsbuerger group, which campaigns for a German Reich based on pre-World War Two borders. After appearing there, he denied being affiliated with the group.

Speaking about the controversial choice, MP Johannes Kahrs from the Social Democrats said: ‘Both the guy and the choice are unbelievable.’

Since the furore, Germany have backtracked on their selection and confirmed they will now seek an alternative singer.

Thomas Schreiber, coordinator from the German broadcasters ARD, said: ‘Xavier Naidoo is a brilliant singer who is, according to my own opinion, neither racist nor a homophobe. It was clear that his nomination would polarise opinions, but we were surprised about the negative response.

‘The ongoing discussion about Naidoo could harm the image of the Eurovision Song Contest. This is why Naidoo will not represent Germany. We will quickly decide now, how the German entry for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will be found’.

Speaking on his own Facebook page, Naidoo claims to ‘be fine with’ the decision.

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Source: Metro

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