Revenge Recommends: "Waterloo" by ABBA

The Eurovision Song Contest hasn't had many high points over the years, but this year, with the victory of a bearded shemale gender freak, it sunk to new depths. Nor is this entirely about imposing an abhorrent new paradigm of gender fluidity on us all. This event, with its homosexualist propaganda, was not just about "sexual liberation" but was clearly aimed at isolating Russia and portraying it as uptight and repressive as part of the new Cold War onslaught that the West has launched .

This performance by ABBA from 1974, when they rightfully won the contest, is a perfect pop moment, capturing the essence of a period of optimism when, despite the Cold War and the the threat of nuclear annihilation, Europe was happy with itself and Sweden in particular was a virtual utopia of secularist liberal values and healthy sexuality. How different from the Europe of today, besieged by a rising tide of Islam and mass immigration from without and toxic Cultural Marxism and "political correctness" from within. Enjoy again that heady moment when Agnetha, Björn, Benny, and Anni-Frid first burst upon Europe's TV screens!

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