“Israel’s win in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest is in jeopardy after a major US record corporation threatened to sue the composers of the Israeli entry over alleged copyright infringement.
Universal Music Studios, one of the world’s biggest music companies, in recent weeks sent a pre-suit notice letter Doron Medalie and Stav Beger, who jointly wrote the winning song, Netta Barzilai’s ‘Toy,’ saying it was copied from The White Stripe’s 2003 hit, Seven Nation Army.”
Video of her “performance” at Eurovision (warning: strange):
Historically, jews have rarely been accused of being original artists, and their penchant for plagiarism and art forgery is well-documented – even going back to Albert Einstein – so none of this should come as any real surprise.
What is surprising is how this Israeli was ever allowed to compete in a European talent contest. Since when is Israel part of Europe? Jews love to create new awards to give themselves, only this time they got caught – yet again – with their hand in the cookie jar.
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