28 July 2009
Communists urge Madonna to mind moral norms in her concert in Petersburg
St. Petersburg, July 28, Interfax - Communists of Petersburg and the Leningrad Region addressed pop star Madonna, who is going to give a concert at Dvortsovaya Square of the "Northern capital" on August 2, and urged her to "to mind where the concert will be held."
"It is not only historical center of the most beautiful city in the world, but it is also a place where the Great October Socialist Revolution and storm of the Winter Palace took place, where revolutionary soldiers and sailors arrested the damned Provisional Government," the Communists said in their open address.
Therefore, they suggest that Madonna should include a revolutionary song in her repertoire at Dvortsovaya Square.
The Communists urge the singer "to understand her responsibility when singing smash hits in such a key place."
"It is not a place for moving your hips, wearing frivolous cloths and pole dancing. It requires a modest dress, melodic songs and sticking to moral norms," the address stresses.
The Communists also offered Madonna to replenish her wardrobe with a red-banded peakless cap, a sailor's jacket, a striped vest, a Mauser and, "certainly, the red flag of labor."
Besides, Communists "are offended" that Madonna is going to bring her food with her. "Russian cuisine is much better than the English one with its sticky oatmeal porridge and sugary puddings. Taste our pancakes, schi (cabbage soup) and fresh milk and you will understand how much you have missed in your life," the authors assure in their message.