French pop star Marguerite released her new song “The Good Guys, The Bad Guys”, a satirical take on the media’s portrayal of the Yellow Vest Movement in France.
Featuring lyrics critical of the media, fuel prices, bankers, and the political elite, French singer Marguerite’s new song has become the famous among the Yellow Vest movement worldwide.
In French, Marguerite’s song uses the juxtaposition of good and bad characteristics, as portrayed by the media, to expose the struggles of the Yellow Vest protesters compared to those of the the French elite. The video features French men, women, and children dancing to the song in yellow vests, as the singer points out the startling differences between the protesters, who enjoy nearly universal support among the French public but are derided by the media, and the French politicians and bankers who find themselves defended by the media and despised by the French public.
“Who travels by Taxi? The good guys. Who pays for their own fuel? The bad guys,” the song starts, “Who blabbers on LCI? The good guys. Who are the angry rednecks? The bad guys.”
Marguerite also names Harvard, Rothschild, Wall Street, and “successful hippies” as part of the media-portrayed “good guys”, who want to maintain the status quo of the European Union at any cost.
French media, quick to discredit the singer and distract from the message of the artist, claimed there were anti-Semitic undertones throughout the song, and swiftly pointed out conservative positions the singer endorsed in the past.
Nouvel L’Obs reported that Marguerite previously endorsed traditional marriage and an end to abortion:
But if she was not previously involved in the movement of “yellow vests”, the preferences of her private Facebook account can nevertheless locate some of his sympathies: for example the community “No to abortion” or the very ” pro-life “Jérôme-Lejeune Foundation, close to La Manif for All.
Marguerite also appears in 2014 in the music video of an anti-Marriage for All song, entitled “Watcher I’m here” (at 1’00 “and 2’20”). Its author, Philip Ariño, a conservative activist and homosexual Catholic, made himself known in the media during the debates on the Taubira law, for his controversial essays on the links between homosexuality and Christian faith. In the video, he appears holding a sign “Abrogation of the homo marriage, abrogation of the Pacs, no to the rights of the homos and the heteros”, return to the rights of the man!
The singer responded to accusations of anti-Semitism on her Facebook account, telling critics that “Anti-Semitism is a feeling of hatred that is perfectly foreign to me.”
The success of the song, nearly 500,000 views on YouTube and 1.2 million views on Facebook, would seem to indicate that the global left is losing their battle to brand the Yellow Vests as a dangerous, violent movement, and the greater culture war.
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Pope Francis Prays For Coronavirus Relief in Unprecedented Empty Vatican Audience
The Pope appeared alone.
Pope Francis prayed that God would comfort Italy and the world in the midst of the raging Chinese coronavirus epidemic, appearing in an unprecedented Vatican audience in Saint Peter’s Square. Papal events at the Vatican are almost always filled with pilgrims and the faithful, but the ceremony overseen by the Pope was entirely empty on account of the strict quarantine imposed on Italy as the nation reels from an unmatched death count from the disease.
Imagery of the event revealed the striking emptiness of the Vatican square, the overcast and rainy weather adding to the solemn nature of the papal event.
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“May God’s blessing come down upon you as a consoling embrace,” said the Pope at the event. “Lord, bless the world. Give health to our bodies and comfort our hearts.”
The Pope encouraged prayer from the faithful for those directly involved in the response to the historic health epidemic- healthcare workers, doctors, grocery employees, police and volunteers.
The Pope chose to deliver the traditional ‘Urbi et Orbi’ address at the event, a Vatican tradition that is usually reserved for Christmas and Easter. The prayer implied the likely cancellation of Vatican Easter proceedings, with the devastation caused by the coronavirus in Italy likely precluding any major gatherings within the coming months, at least. Reports indicate that the Pope will celebrate traditional Good Friday and Easter Sunday masses, but alone, in a manner similar to Friday’s papal appearance.
Catholic Sunday Masses have been entirely cancelled in Italy, a nearly entirely unprecedented development that speaks to the gravity of the situation in the disease-stricken country. The nation had its worst day in terms of casualties on Friday, with deaths rising to 9,134, with a total national count of almost 87,000.
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