Religion Against Lady Gaga

Philippines
June 13, 2012 8:18am CST
It is an immense topic today that religious people (with deep faith in God) are against Lady Gaga. They are attacking her music and liberated style. Her song Judas is the most controversial one. The point is that there are so many viewers, esp kids, who like her. Now, she was banned for any concerts in some countries in Asia like Indonesia. How do you view her music by the way??
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@marcmm (1806)
• Malaysia
14 Jun 12
That simple. Lady Gaga spread Satan messasge and she like other artist heavily influnce by this illuminati group and against GOD. Why it is so hard to understand what they stand for. I don't think country in Asia will allow black metal band perform because of their bad message. So there is no different with Lady Gaga. Just because she is a Pop Icon doesn't meant she can be treated differently. I will be very happy if many of us who not to listen to Lady Gaga and other Pop music. We need to stop this bad influence.
• United States
14 Jun 12
... the Illuminati pretty much dissolved in the late 1700s, and any rumors of their continued existence is conspiracy theory or just significantly weaker groups that claim to have their roots in the original group.
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@jimeny (640)
• Israel
20 Jun 12
Do you honestly believe that? because if so- it's kinda funny. Almost like believing in talking snakes and talking mules...
@deebomb (15322)
• United States
13 Jun 12
Hello KCLG and welcome to myLot.First of all I am from an older generation and that may color my opinion of Lady GaGA. In my opinion Lady GaGa is just an exhibitionist as is Madonna. You forget to listen to the music with all the actions and their outrageous costumes they put on. It's no wonder she is banned.
• Philippines
14 Jun 12
i haven't explored yet Mylot, what is the number appearing after our username? u have such a big one :D did u earn a lot from here?
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@deebomb (15322)
• United States
14 Jun 12
I have been a member of this site for 6 years. I haven't earned a lot of money because I don't participate enough. The number after your name is the number of discussions you have started and taken part in.
• Philippines
19 Jun 12
Okay, but have you reached 3-digit dollars in accumulated figure?
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
13 Jun 12
Hi friend, May be Lady Gaga has her own view or her mentor are same view about the music they made. May be they know that kind of music many people were against them. But who benefitted on that situation none other than Lady Gaga ang company, she become talk of the town and people are all curious to see and heard her song... i know various religion sects are against her music and action.. But do you think the solution is like that publicly against her? I don;t think so... i know God is showing that to see how human can react or compromise them....
• Philippines
14 Jun 12
well said, i agree with esp with the last line. anyway i'm not a fan of her, i'm just religious but not in the way to distract other people
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
14 Jun 12
some religious sects are over reacting, just remember one situation in the bible Jesus to the people accusing the woman of being adulterer: throw a stone to her those people who had no sin anymore.. we know that everybody go away and nobody throw stone to the woman.. that's the good scenario related to that... Im not saying avid fan of Lady Gaga.. my point is as soon as we throwing stone to her more and more are curious and asking why
• United States
14 Jun 12
Well, Lady Gaga and her music are not exactly demonstrating the most upright moral choices. I don't like her, or her music. Most of the stuff she puts out is just ear-worm to me, something that can get stuck in your head and sound catchy but it's a song you want stuck in your head. I tend to prefer music that tries to demonstrate upright moral choices, or is really trying to say something worthwhile. Or at least is good clean fun. She's no Rebecca St. James. I wouldn't personally join the movement to boycott her, because honestly... who in mainstream music these days IS living an honorable life and showcasing good choices in their songs? There's no point trying to fight one... I'll just ignore them and keep listening to what I'm listening to.
• United States
14 Jun 12
* it's not a song you want stuck in your head.
14 Jun 12
lady gaga's music is mediocre,but the lyric is harmful to young people, are potentially negative for the moral of young people that in fact young people are the next generation...what would the world be if it was led by people who have bad certain
• Philippines
14 Jun 12
Yah you're right, really harmful for young people who doesn't know yet how to rationalize. But still, applicable and can be subjected to immense care for adults :D
25 Jun 12
I felt bad for how some religious people treat her. I don't believe that she doesn't respect and love God. She's my idol :)
@lampar (7597)
• United States
21 Jun 12
What can you expect from a country that is full of nutcase and extremists. Of course any body with some brain cells will know that Lady Gaga is not the only one thing that is banned in Indonesia, there are many things that are banned in that country by their government in order to placate those kooks. Decision taken by Indonesian government with intent to trample on Personal freedom and liberty is not something new base on the past examples, their government is not up to the task in dealing effectively with their own domestic militant group, they always bow to their demand in stopping foreign performer and entertainer from entertaining their population due to various wacky religion doctrine and reasons. Her on stage liberated style is chastised as spreading Satanic messages to Indonesian masses, that is why she is banned.
@riempie9 (1026)
• South Africa
21 Jun 12
I'm a 65 year old Muslim woman and I love Lady Gaga. She is entertaining and makes a far better Madonna than Madge herself. I like what is fun and brave and daring about her, but don't go for bashing any faith. If she can just drop that whole religious thing it would be all right.
@bhonti (1247)
• Philippines
14 Jun 12
We can;t blame people if they like Lady Gaga, I admit I find her songs really good. But this does not mean that I am for her style and approach. I'm also not liking the lyrics of her songs. I just like the beat, it's totally not boring and dance-able. That's all.
@JohnRok1 (2051)
14 Jun 12
If you took Iago's "Credo" in isolation from the rest of the opera (Verdi's "Otello") and played it to yourself constantly, its lyric could have a similar effect to Lady Gaga's. And if you make "La Donna Mobile" your motto, how will you treat women?
@einerb (97)
• Philippines
14 Jun 12
Maybe it is not just the music but how a person in his point of view interprets the music he heard. Lady Gaga is an artist and that is her way of interpreting it and earn. Maybe a person should be vigilant on what music or artist should he or she follows.
@jimeny (640)
• Israel
13 Jun 12
The thing is, countries like indonesia are very religious and therefore has issues with things that don't fit into their narrow world- such as lady Gaga. I like her music and even more- I love her outfits. She's different, refreshing and kinda "rebelious" toward the society's ideals and that makes me admire her.