Eurovision: Flamboyant Jew haters in costume

by DIANA MILLS – IT IS a truth almost universally acknowledged that readers of Politicom may not have been avid watchers of the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest. 

But how enlightening it can be. 

These days, it seems, it’s too political to refer to babes slaughtered in their own homes by Islamic terrorists as “good children”.

The Israeli entry has revealed the depth of anti-Semitism that now permeates popular entertainment and the cultural Left.

The finals, held on Saturday May 11, were held in Malmo, Sweden, and were watched by about 160m people worldwide.


The anti-Semitism at the event – and at protests outside – was staggering. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak called the protests “outrageous”.

It started with Eurovision organisers in March of this year. They had said that Israel could compete in the 68th Eurovision as long as it changed the lyrics to its entry, October Rain.

This song was a lament for the children killed during the Hamas massacre on October 7.

Not a song celebrating the eventual invasion of Gaza, nor calling for military victory by the Israeli Defence Force – but a song which included lyrics lamenting the deaths of children by terrorists.

The offending lyrics (“There’s no air left to breathe” and “They were all good children, each one of them”) were too much for the event’s organisers.

Rather than this being a touching lament, the organisers felt a need to ban the lyrics.

You see, saying that children killed in their homes by terrorists “were all good children” is too political.

The Israeli entrant was only allowed to participate after changing the lyrics (which the Israelis did).

The week before the finals, Belgium’s culture minister, Bénédicte Linard, said that the entry should be banned entirely – changed lyrics or not.

Iceland’s Association of Composers and Lyricists also called for a ban.

In Finland, a petition signed by more than 1400 music industry performers also called for a ban.

The eventual attendance of the Israeli entry made a lot of people cry. Literally.


The lead singer for Ireland’s act, 31-year-old non-binary singer Bambie Thug (they/them), broke down in tears speaking to journalists on finding out that Israel had qualified for the grand final.

Threats to the security of the Israelis were considered so severe that the head of Israel’s intelligence agency, Shin Bet, flew to Malmo in order to organise security.

Quite a big deal to get the head of the internal intelligence service to supervise a security operation at a song contest while the country is literally at war.

On the Israelis landing in Malmo, the Israelis held rehearsals. But these were not normal rehearsals, where a singer sings and the support musicians, well, support.

Not at Eurovision 2024! The backing musicians did role-playing during Elan’s performance, booing and heckling and chanting, in anticipation that this is what would happen during the final performance.

This was done so that Elan would know how to adjust her singing to deal with the interruptions from the audience. Were they being overly-cautious? Was this, ever so little, a bit of Jewish paranoia?

Trouble: Greta Thunberg.

Not a bit of it. On cue, while Elan was singing her song during the finals, the Eurovision 2024 audience offered the Israeli singer a mixture of cheers – and booing.


The anti-Israeli booing reached hysterical crescendo as she switched from English to the last few lines, in Hebrew. Booing a Jew who sings in Hebrew. How much evidence is needed that this is anti-Semitism?

A coalition of anti-Semites, political Islam and the hard-left (12,000 in all) abused those simply attending Eurovision, because Elan Golan was going to be singing a song.

“Surely all decent people would boycott the event,” they must have thought. “Who would want to dirty themselves by being in the presence of Jews?”

Greta Thunberg, now 21, was part of the protesting crowd outside the event, and she and a number of others were either arrested or removed by Swedish police.

While Elan had to change the lyrics about the death of innocent children because it was “political”, the dress rehearsal saw the waving of Palestinian flags in obvious breach of rules concerning the waving of foreign flags.

The French singer Slimane stopped his song, Mon Amour, to call for an Israeli ceasefire. As of the date of writing, the organisers have not commented on this obvious breach of protocol.

Is it wrong to point out that the 34-year-old French Slimane is of Algerian descent?

Hours before the final show, the Norwegian jury spokesperson, Alessandra Mele, said she would not be announcing any points awarded to the Israeli entry.

Finland’s spokesperson, a 34 year old “rapper”, said that announcing any points in favour of Israel “didn’t feel right”.

According to the May 11 edition of Britain’s The Telegraph, “multiple Eurovision final watch parties across London were cancelled and boycotted to protest against Israel’s involvement in the contest”.

The winner of Eurovision 2024 on Saturday was the Swiss entry, The Code, sung by 24-year-old Nemo.

Nemo is non-binary and prefers no pronouns, but will accept they/them at a push. Israel finished 5th.PC

by Diana Mills

Pro-terrorists in the audience …

MAIN PHOTOGRAPH: Pro-terrorist protestors at Eurovision 2024. (courtesy The National)

1 thought on “Eurovision: Flamboyant Jew haters in costume

  1. Everybody’s always going on about anti-seminitism but they don’t even know where the word derives.
    In an article entitled ‘Christian Zionism for Dummies’ there is a chart showing the ancestry of the different Abrahamic tribes and descendents thereof — see
    and the funny thing is that today’s Israel is 97.5% non-semetic. Noah had two sons – Japheth and Shem. It turns out the semites descend from the tribe of Shem (semites) but today’s modern Israelis are 97.5% Ashkenazi, descended from the tribe of Japheth (non-semites). So it is not anti-semetic to criticise Israel afterall.

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