When Does A Song Become A Slap?

Posted January 23rd, 2011 by Iron Mike

When does a Chinese piano player get to bitch-slap a sitting US pResident?

When Lang Lang plays a well-known anti-American song at the White House State Dinner for visiting Chinese President Hu Jintao.

At about six minutes into this video Lang Lang – all smiles of course – announces he’s going to play ‘a Chinese song’ for the guests.  In fact it’s the theme song from the Chinese movie “Triangle Mountain” a Korean War saga about valorous Chinese resisting the American jackals.  

The Obama Cartel is sooo oblivious . . .Here’s the song in the Chinese war movie:

And we are sooo screwed!  Of course the Chinese back home watching this instantly got the message.

   /s/  Iron Mike
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4 Responses to “When Does A Song Become A Slap?”

  1. B Howell

    Never buy any of his recordings. Never go to any of his concerts.

    He is a showman, not a good musician.

  2. Perplexed Senior

    The program agenda is reviewed and approved by the Obama staff and I blame them for this anti-American song. I have seen Lang Lang play and he was a progidy, became an American citizen and was only doing what he was asked to do. Just another opportunity for Obama to kiss up to Hu and prove that he is playing to his socialist base.

  3. Clifford Blake 2

    This just shows what is running the Country, Just one more Notch, Weather Underground – Mrs Obama “I have never been proud to Be an American untill Now”. Rev. Wright G.D. America. Wake up People this bunch hate the USA. How can you lead a country you Hate?

  4. Halfnium

    Got to hand it to those old Red Chinese war-movie propagandists: They knew how to engage the heart! A beautiful girl sings, evoking prideful images of nature and industry. (Smoke-belching factories in front of tall city buildings was emblematic of progress in those days, and note especially the quick-cut equation of that smoke to beautiful, billowing white clouds.) One buddy comforts a wounded comrade. Etc.

    This is classic Why We Fight stuff. No one in that cave is burdened by Don’t-Ask-Don’t-Tell or similar PC crap.

    We have a long path to tread back toward greatness.