Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook

reads.

Laila Bagge's harsh words about Eurovision: Full fledged war
"Laila Bagge's harsh words about Eurovision: ”Full fledged war”"

"Tv-profile doubts as to the arrangement"

"Laila Bagge, 46, questioning the Eurovision song contest in Israel. "

"In the podcast ”Roger & Laila” says the television personality that she is in doubt as to whether the competition should be held in the country."

"– It is to sit and drink lemonade and buns when you can see that it is the children who are starving on the other side, " she says."

"171 Swedish artists and cultural workers have already called for Sweden to boycott the Eurovision song contest in Israel."

"Now give the tv profile and the manager Laila Bagge in the debate. "

"In the podcast, Roger & Laila question she to the enormous music may be held in Tel Aviv despite the fact that the conflict between Israel and Palestine is going on at the same time."

" I didn't say anything evil about anyone page. The only thing I mean is that it is messy and it is a horrible situation. And then do something that is lovely and sleek and the fun feels a bit like that now, we eat the cakes and the people are starving. A little bit, so I feel somewhere, " she says. "

"don't Want to take the position of"

"Bagge, whose father is palestinian and grew up in Jerusalem, continues:"

"– There is still a war, a full fledged war. And then sit down and have fun and the bowls, and there is a party. When there is misery. And shit the same who is right and who is wrong, we don't even need to go into that. There is still misery in the country."

"at the same time, she is not sure if she thinks that the european broadcasting union, the EBU should organize the competition elsewhere."

"I don't know what I think, I stand a little on both legs," she says in the pod."

"”You can't close your eyes”"

"When his colleague Roger Nordin responds that he is trying to focus on the music beats Laila Bagge back:"

" And I'm trying to say that you can't just turn a blind eye to a hold."

"We have chosen to participate in an international event which is based on the inclusion and to protect everyone's equal value, even if it is held in a country with a political conflict. The event itself does not take political positions and we do not take a position in the conflict by sending the program,” she wrote in an e-mail to Nöjesbladet. "

"Nöjesbladet have searched Laila Bagge."

Avatar
Your Name
Post a Comment
Characters Left:
Your comment has been forwarded to the administrator for approval.×
Warning! Will constitute a criminal offense, illegal, threatening, offensive, insulting and swearing, derogatory, defamatory, vulgar, pornographic, indecent, personality rights, damaging or similar nature in the nature of all kinds of financial content, legal, criminal and administrative responsibility for the content of the sender member / members are belong.