Homehttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Entertainmenthttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Madonna makes a powerful statement against gun violence in the video "God Control"
Madonna makes a powerful statement against gun violence in the video "God Control"
With words and intrusive images, her call to action is intertwined in the music video for her new single, "Control of God," a striking statement against gun violence. The video begins with a warning to the viewers and shows that people, including Madonna, were shot with weapons to attack the dance floor. The scene resembles the Pulse night club attack in 2016, in which 49 people were killed.
Madonna told CNN that her answer to those who have a problem with the graphic image is that "this happens when people shoot." 19659002] "Understand this is happening, guns kill," she said. "A bullet breaks your body, strikes you on the ground and takes your life, and bleeds to death." I mean, that's a reality. "
The singer draws attention to the lyrics of the song he writes during the video. ,
"Everyone knows the damn truth / Our nation has lied," the text begins. "We have lost respect / When we wake up / What can we do?"
The mother of six people said she felt responsible to the children of the world. "It is really scary for me that every public gathering, every place of worship, every school is a goal," said Madonna. "Nobody is safe."
The pop icon added: "We know that gun violence is disproportionately affecting children and the deprived of citizenship in our society, which certainly inspires me to use my art and my platform to support change." is grateful that Madonna does exactly that.
Watts established an action for a weapon mum in America the day after shooting at Sandy Hook's Newton School, Connecticut, where 20 children and six employees were killed.
She told CNN that artists like the Madonna could step up their calls for the cessation of violence. [1
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"We know that one way to change our culture of violence with weapons is to change culture," she said. who change culture are often influential and creative people. They have this ability to reach and connect millions, and to encourage them to engage and use their voices and voices to end violence with weapons. "
This is not the first time Madonna has been involved in the battle  I Rise, another single from Madame X, presents a model of an already-famous speech by Parkland, a student from Florida Emma Gonzalez survived the 2018 massive shooting at Margery Stoneman Douglas High School  Madonna said that while the safety of weapons and the management of weapons are enormous oblem in the US, it does not believe that it is addressed properly.
She said she would like to see changes in legislation, more people to get involved and come out to vote.
"We live in a democracy. We can change the laws, but it requires an organization – and requires consistency – and it requires people to do what they can – on a low level or on a larger scale, "Madonna said. "That's what I'm trying to do."
This is a cause he believes can be involved.
"You can do it through your art, you can do it through activism in your own community," she said. "There are so many levels and ways to do this, I try to blow the fires and keep people focused on this crisis through my art and my own statements." for arms law legislation and statistics on the threat of violence by weapons.
"Nobody is safe," the words on the screen are blinking. – Control of the weapon. Now.