It Was Historic: Obama Cheers Maoist Song at WH State Dinner & Praises Commie China In SOTU… All in One Week
IT WAS HISTORIC…
The Obama regime has been in office only two years and already they’re playing Red Chinese anti-American commie songs at State Dinners in the White House.
During the dinner’s musical interlude and following a duet with American jazz musician Herbie Hancock, Chinese pianist Lang Lang treated the assembled dignitaries to a solo of what he described as “a Chinese song: ‘My Motherland.’”
The Chinese delegation was clearly delighted: Chinese President and Communist Party chief Hu Jintao, stone-faced for many of his other photo ops in Washington, beamed with pleasure upon hearing the melody and embraced Lang Lang at the song’s conclusion (see it on YouTube too). President Obama, for his part, amiably praised Lang Lang for his performance and described the event as “an extraordinary evening.”
“My Motherland” is not a “Chinese song” in any ordinary meaning of the term. Instead, it is a Mao-era propaganda classic: the theme from “Triangle Hill” (Shangganling), a film in which heroic Chinese forces fight, kill, and eventually beat Americans in pitched battle during the Korean War.
How’s that for hope and change?
Internet users in China praised the pianist after this great act of courage.
But, that’s not all…
This week was the first time in US history that we witnessed a sitting president tout the success of two communist regimes in one State of the Union Address.
Sean Hannity explained:
“Now keep in mind that this is a man who just last year single-handedly took an ax to NASA’s budget even canceling a project that would have returned Americans to the moon. Now at the time Neil Armstrong warned that the president and his plan would cause this nation to be on a quote “long downhill slide to mediocrity” and by the way, the space race was the result of the Cold War not indiscriminate government spending.”
“But the president’s shout outs to his favorite communist regimes didn’t end there. He also found time to lecture all of us on the exceptionalism of China… Now I can say with a certain degree of certainty that this was the very first time in our nation’s history that a President of the United States in a State of the Union Address was touting the success of two communist regimes.“
And, yet the state-run media wants you to believe he’s a moderate.