Friday, May 25, 2012

Why do Christians and Catholics Refuse Lady Gaga?

Objection to Lady Gaga it turns out to be caused by many perspectives which almost entirely have a negative effect, both religiously, socially, ethically, politically, culturally, and morally.

The Cross from Gingseng State

"The lyrics of the song openly insult the Lord Jesus !!" shouted Reverend Reyzel Cayanan, Biblemode Youth leader, ending his rejection speech which lasted for almost an hour in front of the "SM Mall of Asia Arena" building, City of Manila, Philippines, Thursday (05/17/2012).But the concert promoter who brought Lady Gaga in Manila, Renen de Guia from the Ovation Production Group, denied the accusations of these Christian groups against Lady Gaga. "Those who protested and antipathed Lady Gaga were people who didn't want to watch the concert, while the majority of Filipino young people idolized Lady Gaga." denied Renen de Guia, who has been a concert promoter since 1979, answered the Reporter's question

KabarNetThe massive demonstration campaign launched by the Bible group emerged a day after a concert titled Born This Way Ball was denied permission in Indonesia. Prospective viewers of Lady Gaga's concert in Manila, Philippines, claim that the refusal of a number of church groups in the Philippines because they were inspired and provoked by the attitude of the Chinese government, the refusal of Christians in South Korea, and the banning of Lady Gaga's concert by police in Indonesia.This year's Lady Gaga concert in Manila is the second time after last year she held a concert at Araneta Coliseum, City of Manila, Philippines. The attraction of the madness of Lady Gaga's appearance at last year's concert was what now invited reactions from Christian groups in the Philippines.

Palu State of Arit, China

The Chinese government released a list of songs from international artists that were banned from playing in their country. One of the reasons used by the Chinese communist government is to endanger national culture.

As stated in the Chinese Ministry of Culture's website, as quoted from CNN. A number of artists such as Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Backstreet Boys, and a number of Chinese artists.

The Ministry of Culture banned 100 songs from these artists. According to the ministry, if the songs have not been approved or have not been registered to circulate in China until September 15, the song will be banned from circulating.

"A number of internet pages allow users to listen and download these songs. This policy disrupts the online music market and endangers national culture," the ministry said.

A number of Lady Gaga's songs that will be banned are from the album "Born This Way" which is "The Edge of Glory," "Hair," "Marry the Night," "Americano," "Judas" and "Bloody Mary." While Katy Perry has two songs, "E.T." and "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Likewise Beyoncé artist "Run the World (Girls)" and Britney Spears "" Burning Up ". A number of other artists who will be subject to censorship are Take That and Simple Plan. And the old song "I Want It That Way," belongs to the Backstreet Boys.

The ban on this song is not new in China. This has been done three times by the Ministry of Culture two years ago. A number of artists who were hit before were Avril Lavigne, Eminem, Kylie Minogue and Christina Aguilera. The ministry requested that all digital song files be adapted into Chinese and obtain permission before circulating in the community.

Christians in the Middle East

The vocalist and creator of the song Lady Gaga apparently was unable to please everyone with her latest album, Born This Way. It could be that the CD was number one on the album charts in 21 countries. However, this is not the case in Lebanon.

The album was banned from entering and circulating in the country because it was considered to attack one religion. This week, the album that was sent arrived in Lebanon. However, the album was immediately confiscated by the authorities in the country's General Security Department.In the United States, thanks to the song 'Judas', Gaga has been attacked by religious groups. In April 2011, the song was banned from being played on radio stations in Lebanon..

Australian Kangaroo Country

Australia-based Channel 10 TV network has banned the video clip of Lady Gaga's song because it is considered too vulgar to display sexual scenes.

"It's very rare that we get a pop clip sexually to the point of almost no way we can edit it without destroying the original intent of the video," said Video Program Producer, Ben Fletcher.They object to lyrics like: heavy touching, I'm educated in sex, I want it bad

, and pornographic body gestures in the video.

"It's not just lyrics and visuals," said Fletcher. "The cumulative impact of everything together made it very difficult for us to edit it into the Parental Guidance rating, so we decided not to play it."

What about Indonesian Islam and Christianity?

This is what then becomes our question for the rejection of some Christian majority population over Lady Gaga. If Christians strongly reject Lady Gaga for religious, norms, ethics, morals, and cultural reasons, then what about the majority Muslim population like Indonesia, Malaysia and others who also have Christians?

Please answer yourself.By: Putra Sulaiman, Manado.

Fimadani/The Truth Seeker Media

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