This music video says about itself:
18 March 2008
Musician, composer & singer Fay Lovsky at Haagse Bibliotheek (The Hague, Netherlands) on 16 March 2008. Bass & vibes Jet Stevens; guitars, banjo & vocals Laurens Joensen.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
“How dare you! Bring your nation down. How very very dare you. You irresponsible clown!” With these lyrics Fay Lovsky addresses the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. She sang her protest song The Candidate last week for the first time at the Festival Parade in Utrecht.
Fay Lovsky (real name Fay Luyendijk, born in Leiden in 1955) is known as a musical multi-talent. …
“So it is with Trump. It can not be avoided. Honestly, I felt like Bruce Springsteen or Lady Gaga would oppose him with a fiery song, but so far there is nothing. My song is a cri de coeur (ed: cry of my heart)”….
Internationally numerous rock artists have spoken out strongly against Trump, including stars like Cher, Adele, Shakira, Neil Young and Michael Stipe of REM. They call him alternately stupid or racist.
Fay Lovsky signals that Trump does use the Queen hit We Are the Champions during his campaign. “Freddy Mercury can not defend himself against that anymore. To hear such a song in the context of Trump is terrible. It’s scary how abuse is made of that music.” …
“I, being Dutch, cannot vote in the US. But I do have my feelings about this: disappointment about the loss of respect in the great democratic example of the United States of America.”
She can explain the popularity of the Republican presidential candidate. “He touches a chord with his supporters, of course. People feel removed from power. But Trump is a liar. He is a businessman and can take away people’s jobs if he thinks it is necessary to cut back in one of his companies.” …
No Clinton fan
Although she dislikes Trump, Lovsky is not a supporter of Hillary Clinton. “Absolutely not. Clinton and Trump are both incarnate advocates of large US companies. These are responsible for pollution, death and destruction. They have no face to speak directly to about responsibility.”
These companies, according to the artist, are active globally, so Europeans have an interest in the US elections. “That gives me a reason to open my mouth and to speak to Trump about his lack of manners.”
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