Munich / Vienna – The decision of the carnival company Narrhalla, Andreas Gabalier to award the Karl-Valentine's Order is still a topic of discussion. According to inter alia Karl Valentine's performer and heir's representative Gunter Fettepicture"The newspaper as a right-wing populist, homophobic and misogynist, a 34-year-old austrian now speaks for itself.
However, these statements do not seem to him to say: "If some individuals are confused, who doesn't know me personally, then it is not me." He sees himself as a strawberry who "definitely won't change for these people". he said aloud:picture"Newspaper. Especially because he was told that all my predecessors in my orders were cluttered.
"Don't let me ruin your success story"
"Hulapalu" singer does not want to miss the award: "I can not blame my success story on some jealous people," he said, "you really do not like me, but I would not like to wish some people more appreciation. . ”
Old rock & # 39; n & # 39; scooter Peter Kraus (79), who will deliver the award on Saturday, defended Gabalier. "I know Andreas is a nice, polite and respected colleague," he told the paper. And Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache (FPÖ) took over Styrian Facebook Party.
Swastika on the album cover?
Among other things, Gunter Fette criticizes Gabalier's song "Taking into account the opinion", which says, "What is it? Where does it come from? A new time, a new land? Where does it lead? How can some people think they know what country is it the purpose of democracy? It says something and others are silent? "
In addition, his critics believe that Gabalier shows his 2011 album "VolksRock & # 39; n & # 39; Roller", recognizing swastika. Since Gabalier 2014's old version sang the Austrian anthem, which only mentions "big sons" but not daughters, he is accused of misognition.
After a year at the Amadeus Awards, he said after the award ceremony: "It is not easy in this world if you, as Manderl, are still Weiberl." Since then, he is a "homophobic" seal.
On Saturday, Gabalier will receive a medal in Munich. Comedian Karl Valentin considered his life as a folk singer and Gabalier was a "folk singer 2.0", founded by the club. The singer knows how to connect popular music with a stadium stone like no other. (APA, dpa, TT.com)