Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Lang Lang at the Whitehouse

A real Chinese Patriot
If you've been paying attention to the news you know that we recently *honored* the president of China with a state dinner at the White House. Since Obama, our buffoon of a president, is so determined to "suck up" to all the countries of the world (especially Communist countries), he invited the renowned pianist Lang Lang to perform for the event.  Lang Lang performed beautifully--IF you are Chinese.  Apparently he played the song "My Motherland", a song from the well known Chinese movie "Battle of Shangganting Mountain".  Sounds innocent enough until understand the movie.  Its a movie made in 1952 where Chinese forces held off a sustained attack from the Americans and South Koreans during the Korean War.  In the movie the American soldiers are referred to as "jackals".  Apparently this film is so well known that  most of China is laughing at the United States and bloggers in China are having a hay-day.  Quote:  “It’s deeply meaningful to play this in the United States,” said one forum post, “but I don’t know if the Americans can understand? Ha ha.” 
It's no surprise that the President of China sees our country as weakening (morally, economically, defensively) and now is the time for him to make his move into the #1 position of a world superpower.  And who is helping him?  Our ever-apologetic president Barrack Obama.  Who arranged for this *artist* to play?  None other than our own Mr. B.  And who is in the audience applauding for this great Chinese patriot?  Barrack Obama.  Lang Lang insists he chose the piece only for its beauty.  No one in China or in the press is buying it.  Neither am I!  Thanks Mr Obama--it will take centuries to "undo" your first two years in the oval office.

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