Good evening my beloved readership,
events like the Eurovision Song Contest bring millions of people, souls and hearts together as well as nations and cultures with the power and beauty of music. A million voices are arising and opinions get confronted as it is in the human nature. Virtue taught us to respect the opinion of your person opposite even if you might not share it. The basic right of freedom of speech and press and the age of the internet make possible that so called "journalists" from the Mirror can make use of and abuse these human rights given with tasteless articles like this about Armenia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 and spread it within seconds all over the world. Articles like this make me worry about the required qualities of a Mirror"-journalist" if you can talk about quality at all. If there are artists, politicians or people who hate the press-media then you can bet that it was the doing of the Mirror. Thank goodness that meanwhile the market is so full of newspapers that the Mirror can go under in the overwhealming amount of newspapers national and international.
When you are presenting a song with the title "Face The Shadow" that is confronting a dark past with the hopes of the future from an Eastern European country you can hardly expect flowers and a green meadow and artists who are wearing an average dress-code of suits and simple night-robes. Naturally you expect a gloomy stage and high-fashion (Haute-Couture might be a foreign word for uneducated Mirror-journalists) that brings together tradition and modernity. Besides from that there is nothing wrong to choose the second most favorite color among people pruple, which is my favorite color too just by the way.
Armenia may be a pretty young member in the Eurovision family but in nine years of participating (with one break due to political reasons and because we do not wish for a dead Armenian in Azerbaijan) it has had on the whole the success that the United Kingdom can only dream of.
Facts like those make me wonder how far the United Kingdom would actually come with its entries if it was not one of the privileged big five that are always already qualified for the grand final.
The disappointing rankings of the British entries make it look poor to be in the grand final but always with a bad result. Not even internationally known interprets like the group Blue or Bonnie Tyler can help it.
Only because Blue sang "I can, I will" and Bonnie sang "Believe in me" you Daily Mirror do not necessarily need to feel concerned.
Before you poison your readers against Armenia learn about the spirit of unity and strength. The six artists Essaï Altounian, Tamar Kaprelian, Vahe Tilbian, Stephanie Topalian, Mary-Jean O'Doherty Basmadjian and Inga Arshakyan shined so bright on stage that you and your vampires quickly vanished in dust.
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Xoxo ♥ Johanna