Madonna –the woman always in controversy
She is to be discussed in a Polish exorcist meeting as reported by telegraph. A secretive 5-day meeting to held in Poland by priests who are trained in taming and defeating the demons will examine Madonna’s music.
Almost a year ago in July 2012 there was a protest in Poland against her. She was to perform there. A catholic group called Krucjata Mlodych, or Youth Crusade had started an online campaign persuading people to boycott her concert.
Catholic groups over the world are irked by her because they believe she promotes sexual deviation and shows complete disrespect to the religion in her songs.
Apart from her songs she has always been in the news for wrong reasons.
In April of this year she had visited Malawi. She has adopted two children from Malwai. It seems she expected to be treated like royalty because she has done a lot of charity in this country. Christianity.com reported: An official from the Malawian State House has issued a statement in response to what it called “Madonna’s outbursts” over not receiving state treatment. Perhaps most the most telling lines in this “entertainingly blunt” statement are these:
Granted, Madonna has adopted two children from Malawi. According to the record, this gesture was humanitarian and of her accord. It, therefore, comes across as strange and depressing that for a humanitarian act, prompted only by her, Madonna wants Malawi to be forever chained to the obligation of gratitude. Kindness, as far as its ordinary meaning is concerned, is free and anonymous. If it can’t be free and silent, it is not kindness; it is something else. Blackmail is the closest it becomes.
It all started in 1990 when Madonna was banned by the Vatican City for her “Like a Prayer” video. Egypt, Russia, Poland, France –seems like she has the power to annoy a lot of people.
The world could think whatever of her – as quoted by the controversial queen – “I’ve been popular and unpopular successful and unsuccessful loved and loathed and I know how meaningless it all is. Therefore I feel free to take whatever risks I want.”