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Feb 03 2023

Song Delilah Canceled

Word by word, show by show, hero by hero, and song by song, moonbat social engineers will eradicate every trace of our culture so they can replace it with transsexual BIPOC children performing sick sexual acts in a schoolroom. The latest item to be erased is the classic song “Delilah” recorded by Welsh singer Tom Jones:

While the Welsh Rugby Union removed Delilah from its half-time entertainment and music playlist during international matches in 2015, while also requesting guest choirs not to sing it more recently, the ballad has now been officially removed from choirs’ playlists.

The song, released in 1968 when it reached No. 2 in the charts, is about a jealous lover stabbing his unfaithful partner. One line reads: “I crossed the street to her house and she opened the door; she stood there laughing, I felt the knife in my hand and she laughed no more.”

The ban of the song, one of Sir Tom’s best-known hits, comes at a time of great change of review at the WRU in the wake of damning sexism, misogyny and racism allegations, which prompted the resignation of chief executive Steve Phillips and the promise of an external taskforce to review the governing body’s culture and behaviours.

Maybe now that a beloved song has been banned, the woke mob will no longer be thirsty for blood. Maybe progressives will realize they have inflicted enough cultural damage and leave other people alone. Maybe I will flap my arms and fly to the moon.

In contrast to the rap garbage rammed down our throats by the liberal establishment, the lyrics to Delilah hardly glorify violence:

The song tells the story of a man who passes his girlfriend’s window and sees her inside making love to another man. He waits outside all night, and then confronts her in the morning, only to have her laugh in his face. He stabs her to death, and then waits for the police to come break down the door and arrest him. The lyrics unfold from the killer’s point of view, and are filled with his, often contradictory, emotions. He speaks of Delilah in possessive terms, but also refers to himself as her “slave.” He asks his dead girlfriend to “forgive” him, but still clearly sees himself as having been wronged by her.

That’s too complicated for our moonbat overlords, who insist we adhere to a simplistic narrative of oppressed and oppressor identity groups.

Alexander Solzhenitsyn became an expert on moonbattery after watching it play out in Russia. He posthumously weighs in on the cancelation of Delilah:

“To destroy a people, you must first sever their roots.”

Fans are encouraged to enjoy Delilah before it disappears completely down the memory hole:

On a tip from Wiggins.


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