Singer Madonna has said that her dramatic expressions on the women’s protest March to the President of the United States Donald trump was taken out of context. About it she wrote in Instagram.
“I’m not a violent person and do not advocate violence. It is important to hear and understand my speech, not one sentence taken out of context. My speech begins with the words “I want to start a revolution of love”, and then I took the opportunity to encourage women and abandoned to the fate of people that they did not despair, but rallied and used it as a starting point for enterprises and positive changes in the world,” said Madonna.
The singer said that her statement was a metaphor. So Madonna wanted to Express their attitude to what is happening, which she described as “anger and indignation”. “However, I know that the actions of feelings of anger, nothing. And the only way to make a difference — make it with love,” — said Madonna, noting that it has been an honour to participate in a protest against trump.
Madonna has acted with sharp expressions in the address of the new US President on January 21 women’s March in Washington. “It took this horrific moment of darkness, to Wake us,” she told the gathered crowd, adding obscene expression. Using the same words it is also “sent” trump. The singer called the rally the beginning of a “revolution” and urged not to “retreat” and not to despair.
Madonna, who supported the election of the democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, was one of the stars on Saturday, January 21, addressed the actions of women around the world.
The campaign against trump, entered the office of the President January 20, were held in USA, Canada, UK, and other countries. The President himself reacted to the events on Twitter, wonder why the protesters didn’t vote in the elections.