Cyprus Protesters Demand Singing Harlot to be Withdrawn from Eurovision over ‘I Love Satan’ song



Nowadays prostitutes and harlots are being promoted by the music industry as celebrities. The more vile and disgusting they are, the more desired they are by the music industry but have no fear, Christians are finally taking a stand against all of this debauchery!

Dozens of Orthodox Christian faithful held up wooden crosses and sang Church hymns outside of Cyprus’ state broadcaster on Saturday to demand the withdrawal of the country’s controversial entry for the Eurovision song contest — titled “El Diablo” by Elena Tsagrinou, that they say promotes satanic worship.

Some of the protesters, including families, held up placards reading in Greek, “We’re protesting peacefully, no to El Diablo,” “Repent and return to Christ” and “Christ saves, Diablo kills.”

The broadcaster and the singer of the song insist it has been misinterprested and the song is actually about an abusive relationship between two lovers.

The protest came several days after the powerful Orthodox Church called for the withdrawal of the song that it said mocked the country’s moral foundations by advocating “our surrender to the devil and promoting his worship.”

The Holy Synod, the Church’s highest decision-making body, said in a statement that the song “essentially praises the fatalistic submission of humans to the devil’s authority” and urged the state broadcaster to replace it with one that “expresses our history, culture, traditions and our claims.”

Last week, police charged a man with uttering threats and causing a disturbance when he barged onto the grounds of the public broadcaster to protest what he condemned as a “blasphemous” song that was an affront to Christianity.

The state broadcaster insisted that the entry won’t be withdrawn, but its board chairman, Andreas Frangos, conceded that organizers should have done a better job explaining the core message of the song, whose lyrics include, “I gave my heart to el diablo…because he tells me I’m his angel.”

Even the Cypriot government waded into the controversy, with Presidential spokesman Viktoras Papadopoulos saying that although the views of dissenters are respected, the government cannot quash freedom of expression. rtfm

“The Government fully respects creative intellectual and artistic freedom that cannot be misinterpreted or limited because of a song’s title, and unnecessary dimensions should not be attributed,” Papadopoulos said in a written statement.

Ohhh really now? “Freedom of expression” and “artistic freedom”?? What if someone makes a song where she says “I love Hitler” instead of Satan. Well come on now, nobody can be more evil than Satan, not even Hitler. So Satan is ok and Hitler not? Hmmmmmm search something is dubious about this to say the least.

Here’s where we find ourselves in a dilemma…. This neutrality thing, “ohhhh you know? Im just a tolerant moron, I accept everything” is obviously a political correct heresy.

It looks pretty demonic.

But maybe the lyrics are okay.


I fell in love, I fell in love
I gave my heart to el diablo, el diablo
I gave it up, I gave it up
Because he tells me I’m his angel, I’m his angel

(Verse 1)
Tonight we gonna burn in a party
We wild as fire that’s on the loose
Hotter than siracha on our bodies
Ta-Taco tamale, yeah, that’s my mood
All this spicy melts my icy edges
Baby, it’s true
Tonight we gonna burn in a party
It’s Heaven in Hell with you

Mama-mamacita, tell me what to do
Lo-la-lo-la-loca, I’m breaking the rules

I fell in love, I fell in lovе
I gave my heart to el diablo, еl diablo
I gave it up, I gave it up
Because he tells me I’m his angel, I’m his angel
Oh-oh-oh, el diablo, el diablo
I fell in love, I fell in love
I gave my heart to el diablo, el diablo

(Verse 2)
Tonight we gonna dance in the moonlight
Droppin’ our lashes on the floor
Hair flip-flip, made you look twice
Touch me, touch me, mi amor
All this spicy melts my icy edges
Baby, for sure
Tonight we gonna dance in the moonlight
And then we gonna do it some more

I love el diablo
I love el diablo
I love el diablo

I love el diablo
El diablo

El diablo simply means Satan in Spanish, perhaps she used the word in Spanish to make it sound trendy or cute or something but the lyrics are disgusting. So disgusting, they are shadowing rock music which has long been accused of Satanism but it seems nowadays the Pop music is the the king of Satanism.

The common misconception with these retarded Satanists, they believe that Hell is fun and party and Heaven is….? ??? boring or something!???? Newsflash retards, in Hell you are NOT going to party, you are going to be tortured non-stop for eternity, and all the things you are scared of the most, those are the things which you are going to be tortured with.

There’s not going to be any fun, party, no dancing, no music, no sex, just eternal suffering. If you would have had these things in Hell then what punishment would that be for your sins? Hey sinner? You sinned, you killed, you raped, you did this and that, therefore now you go to Hell to party!!??? To put it short, in Hell, you are not going to find any carnal pleasure or happiness, only pain and suffering, eternally.

Nobody should actively want to go to Hell, if you accidentally end up in Hell, that’s another story but don’t wish to go there, you don’t know what you are wishing for.


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