Monday, December 10, 2012

Anti-US Military Style


"Kill those —— Yankees who have been torturing Iraqi captives
Kill those —— Yankees who ordered them to torture
Kill their daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law, and fathers
Kill them all slowly and painfully"
~Psy, 2004

That song and painting yourself gold and smashing a model of a US military tank to the stage is a far cry from "Hey, sexy lady" and riding an imaginary horse.



But now tons of Americans that thought Psy was just a funny distraction are coming to learn that he has been a part of some pretty hardcore anti-US military protests and sentiments.

And, though the White House is well aware that Psy rapped about killing the mothers and daughters of US troops "slowly and painfully," they invited him to perform at the "Christmas in Washington" concert last night.

News or who cares?

Does this explanation ease your mind any?

Or the fact the he apologized on Friday as the story began to break:

'"While I'm grateful for the freedom to express one's self, I've learned there are limits to what language is appropriate and I'm deeply sorry for how these lyrics could be interpreted," the rapper said in a statement.

"I will forever be sorry for any pain I have caused by those words," he added.' (source)

A part of me thinks that nothing cures anti-Americanism like American dollars (though not true in the case of George Soros), but the other part has to wonder what our troops think of someone that has so publicly expressed these radical views against them performing for their Commander in Chief..........?!

19 comments:

CrabbyOldMan said...

Well, the fact that "the Commander in Chief" was ever elected in the first place shows how badly the country has degenerated.
I count myself as lucky to have grownup during the country's high water mark.
I think that things would have been far different if we had not tolerated the antics of "the new left" and the "flower children” in the 1960s.

T. Paine said...

Considering the "Commander in Chief" started his political career in the living room of a domestic terrorist who bombed the Pentagon and a New York police station, nothing that evil son of a bitch does suprises me anymore.

Of course somehow, Bill Ayers probably only did that because he knew that someday George W. Bush was going to be president. So it really was Bush's fault.

jim marquis said...

Yeah, we should have gone Kent State all over anybody who protested the Vietnam War or dissented in any way. Should have kept the blacks down, shoved the gays back in the closet, told women to shut up and bake a cake. And I liked it so much better when corporations had total control over how much poison to put in our air and water.

T. Paine said...

No Jim. It ain't right to kill PEACEFUL protestors. They still have the constitutional right to do so, at least for a little while. Now if it was a right-to-life or NRA protest rally, then those people can of course be shot... at least according to some progressives.

It also is not right for a "protestor/singer" who advocates for the killing of our troops and their families to be invited to visit with the commander in chief of those troops. Obama is despicable and so is that idiot "singer". Surely you can see the difference, my friend.

Zelda said...

There's no difference between the Kent State shootings and the Weather Underground bombings except that no politician has been brazen enough to launch his political career from the well-financed home of the 1%er who shot the students.

As for PSY, fuck him and fuck Obama if he lets him perform. They should tax him 100% on his earnings and give it to N Korea and then give him to N Korea.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Malarkey:
If the authorities had shot a few rioters at the git go, we would have been spared decades of grief at the hands of those children mascarading as adolesents and sometimes even as adults.
The idea that the right to riot ("protest" if the left is doing it)overrides everyone else's right to use the public facilities is utterly asinine.
The children may imagine that their antics furthered various causes, but the reality is that the childish behaviour undermined those causes.
But then, we must expect that a tantrum is the the first reaction of spoiled children.

free0352 said...

+ Zelda.

As for the anti war protestors, since many of the major "peace" groups were KGB fronts whose main past time was assaulting US servicemen with spit, dog feces and worse, beating the shit out of war veterans for sport I say we didn't go Kent State near enough. The CIA should have had an active hit sqaud taking down targets nightly in a just world. I'm a libertarian but I strongly believe all traitors must die.

jim marquis said...

Wow, Free...hope nobody ever makes a mistake about your status. I assume you dont have a red, white and blue halo floating over your head at all times.

free0352 said...

I hope were I working with KGB advisors or attacking war vets someone would shoot my ass stone dead. If I ever run into Bill Ayers you'd better believe ill drop him on the spot and do the time with a smile.

free0352 said...

Oh, and isn't this reason number 356 or something why we should stop defending ungreatful ass south korea? I think at this point they should be able to handle that. One of my first acts as POTUS would be to pull the rest ot the 3rd ID out of Korea

CrabbyOldMan said...

I was in the 3rd ID when I was in Germany in the mid-1960s. I didn't know it is in Korea again.
Ungrateful rap singer or not, I have reservations about pulling out of Korea. Don't you think it would send the wrong signals and invite another invasion by the North Koreans and the Chinese?

Rickvid in Seattle said...

Psy, when Kim Jong Il died, were you scared shitless that, if you personnally did not show a proper degree of mouring and devestation, that you, your entire family, and loads of your friends would be shipped off to concetration camps for decades? No? You're welcome, asshole!
Would the NORKs invade? Maybe. Would China back them up like October, 1950? No. In fact, China has interest in keeping the Korean penninsula pot simmering, but none in its boiling.

Jpck20 said...

Jim we already know your status: Piece of shit sniveling sheep.

CrabbyOldMan said...

Rickvid in Seattle:
China has always hated the idea of a well-armed hostile country on its doorstep. They will over run South Korea in a second if Comrade Hussian tosses the Koreans under the bus too.

Zelda said...

Ayers should have been executed. Jim, surely you agree. Do you know one of his victims was the first black police officer the town of Nanuet, NY? Ayers was the ringleader of the WU. The Manson. He should be on death row, but his rich daddy got him off. How does it feel, Jim? To know that your leftwing hero is free because of his 1%er father? You Lefties are pretty full of shit.

Rickvid in Seattle said...

COM, my arguement rests on a US respnse to a NORK invasion. China would not intervene. But, if Obama and his gutless shitbrained crew dither and deplore, then, yes, there might be more temptation.

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free0352 said...

The last thing China wants is war, least of all with its best customer the United States. If China wanted to take us out, they could have done so effortlessly by selling our bonds in 2008 and destroying our economy- as Russia begged them to do. Instead they doubled down on us and bought even more of our debt to prop up their envestment. China is an economic threat, not a military threat.

As for RONK, who knows or cares. The ROK military is a far more quality force and I think they could defeat the north, and I think the North's leadership knows that. The Dear Leader uses his bloated, outdated military to rattle a saber to demand more western aid. That is all. Its a paper tiger.

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