I keep seeing this video popping up around the place. This was actually on my flight back from Brisbane earlier this week.
Before his transition to acting, Christopher Walken’s theater training focused on dance. Even though he moved on to be the thespian superstar we know him as, he didn’t leave his roots behind. In most his films, he seems to find a way to work at least a move or two into his role, scripted or not. And here we have over 50 of these scenes all edited together into one big mashup.
Such goes to show, that blasphemy is clearly conveyed in the video, since Katy Perry (who appears to be representing an opposition of God) engulfs the believer and the word God in flames. This is the reason for lodging the petition so that people from different walks of life, different religions and from different parts of the world, agree that the video promotes blasphemy, using the name of God in an irrelevant and distasteful manner would be considered inappropriate by any religion.
Source <— Watch it while you can… with the sound off.
At the request of the Australian fans they did just that.
An Australian-based Queen-supporting organisation has attacked Soundwave band Gwar after they killed Prime Minister Tony Abbott on stage during last weekend’s sets.
Australians For Constitutional Monarchy [ACM] – of which Prime Minister Abbott was previously a Director – issued a statement, describing Gwar’s performances as a “gross abuse of hospitality”.
“This act – an extraordinary breach of good behaviour and standards – is particularly offensive coming from visitors, who have been extended Australian hospitality,” ACM’s Executive Director Jai Martinkovits said.
The most notable part of their set was when the band decapitated Abbott – in both Brisbane and Sydney – with a sword. They also murdered an effigy of The Queen, which ACM aren’t happy about either.
The first single from Chet Faker’s debut album ‘Built On Glass’, out April 11.
You know him from this.
A Sydney woman behind an online petition to have Snoop Lion’s (aka Snoop Dogg’s) Australian visa revoked is the same woman who also attempted to have other controversial musicians, Tyler the Creator and Robin Thicke, thrown out of the country last year.
Talitha Stone, 24, an active campaigner on violence against women achieved her target of 2500 signatures on her latest petition, which was posted on change.org on a week before Christmas, this afternoon. She was due to phone federal immigration minister Scott Morrison’s office to point that out.
Stone says she has been a target of violence herself and believes that Snoop Dogg’s lyrics, public comments and lifestyle make the veteran gangsta rapper an unsuitable visitor to Australia because of the influence he will have on young men.