posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 06:30 AM
reply to post by littlesheep2011
Of course it'll spark outrage if a copycat manufacture will speak of events said to have occurred involving Jesus. I'm just outraged that that woman
is still able to produce 'music' in light of all her plagiarisms - I'm surprised she's not been sued!
I am not Christian, nor do I adhere to any religion for that matter. But I will give respect where it is due. This woman, as a major media figure, has
a responsibility to do so as well. She is talking about what she clearly does not understand. I'm vaguely offended as well.
It's trivialising a major historical/religious event. This is disgusting. Whether one believes or not, no-one should feel free to trivialise this as
such! It is mocking, turning a religious belief into a shallow imitation of emotion to further her cause for money.
I'd advise some better music.
edit on 18-4-2011 by DeepThoughtCriminal because: clarification