Sunday, January 23, 2011

Barack Obama Humiliated By Lang Lang, His Own Personal Piano Monkey

I posted a few days ago about my distaste, disregard, and disgust for Chinese pianist (and state dinner performer) Lang Lang, so beloved by the liberal elite and so personally desirous of the second-hand prestige that comes with performing the role of court jester to those in power. An excerpt:

Lang Lang will play for Obama and Hu. He tends to do that. He played at the Beijing Olympics. He played at Obama’s Nobel ceremony. He played at the White House event for Paul McCartney, in which McCartney made those asinine anti-Bush remarks, and Lang Lang and everybody else laughed like hyenas.

The point being:

He’d rather entertain for the gulag-masters than criticize them

Turns out he's worse than I thought. His choice of song at the state dinner than Obama shamefully offered Hu
was specifically designed to humiliate America, and to flatter Hu:

At the White House State dinner on Jan. 19, about six minutes into his set, Lang Lang began
tapping out a famous anti-American propaganda melody from the Korean War: the theme song to the movie “Battle on Shangganling Mountain.

The film depicts a group of “People’s Volunteer Army” soldiers who are first hemmed in at Shanganling (or Triangle Hill) and then, when reinforcements arrive, take up their rifles and counterattack the U.S. military “jackals.”

The movie and the tune are widely known among Chinese, and the song has been a leading piece of anti-American propaganda by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for decades.

The name of the song is “My Motherland,” originally titled “Big River.” In an interview broadcast on Phoenix TV, the first thing Lang Lang is quoted as saying is that he chose the piece.
Whether Lang Lang’s decision to play “My Motherland” was entirely his own is impossible to confirm. That his choice was known in advance to CCP officials is very likely...

Yet another humiliation for the American people, as Obama's hand-picked entertainer spits in his eye and monkey-dances for a tyrant. Of course, our worldly and so-well-educated Narcissus had no idea what was going on, despite the fact that this parade of insults and lies unfolded before his very eyes (and ears). All made possible, of course, because of the president's seemingly bottomless craving to bow to, kneel before - and honor - some of the worst human beings on the planet.

Will it cast a shadow on Lang Lang's "rockstar" persona amongst the limousine liberal, "patron of the arts" crowd?

Nah. Being anti-American will give him more "street cred" with this crowd, despite the fact he directed it squarely at their own personal Jesus...

Me, I'm going to keep an eye on this Lang Lang clown, and watch to see which Americans are giving this hateful, deceitful, yet synchophantic artist standing ovations and high praise. I'll bet it won't be too hard to guess the type of people that will fall all over themselves to rub elbows with him...


joetote said...

You know, I was just thinking of that great Sinatra movie, The Manchurian Candidate. Doesn’t it seem like this bozo in the white house is acting exactly like what the Chinese were trying to implement in that movie? Seriously, it truly seems this President is hell bent to deliver us to the Red Chinese and the rest of the Marxist Socialists. Watch the movie and you’ll see what I mean.

Anonymous said...

You might want to google "China's God Bless America" to see what this song is really about.

Epoch Times is Well know for it's anti-China slant.

To say the song is anti-American is like saying Star Spangled Banner is anti-British. We play it to the Queen, does it mean we are rubbing her nose in? The Revolutionary War and Korean War are both historical facts, so what does it have to do with respective state visits today?

Lang Lang picked a song for the visiting guest, don't read too much into it. It was also sang during the Olympics, in front of President Bush.

Anonymous said...

Chinese God Bless America, my ass. He knew exactly what he was doing. The sneaky coward sucker punched Barry. All over the Net, the Chinese bloggers are laughing about this. Symbolism and "face" are very important to the Chinese and they know this clown insulted those gracious enough or actually foolish enough to grant his president a state dinner.