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Sonntag, Mai 16, 2004
James Fox complains
the Eurovision Contest was a farce. Well - a few bitter truths:
It was always a political voting. It was just that central European states like Germany and the UK had better chances in that than they have today because of the strong Balkan countries.
The British song was not a winner song at all. It sounded like american country on valium. Nice, but pointless, so don't expect anything more you got, because you got all you deserved.
One will have to think about the voting system. Maybe one can weight the votes differently, or just count all votes in one huge count or so; I have no idea how it would be fair, but that hasn't been a point for ages, it just comes uo now, we're on the victim-end of the farce. So let them have their wins in the Balkan states and in a few years time, we'll find a new solution, okay?