Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Maybe there is an argument for sterilisation


Lipdub Europe United par les Jeunes Européens - France
envoyé par JeunesEuropeensFrance

I challenge you to watch this reworking of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and not find your trigger finger itching.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting video and lyrical rendering. Is this particular clip part of the organisation's upcoming "Strength through Joy" musical series?

Gawain Towler said...

'Musical series' now you are really beggining to worry me

Mike Wood said...

You need a stronger warning on this post. I was eating my breakfast.

Anonymous said...

I was expecting Audrey Hepburn?

Gawain Towler said...

Never like to see the same cereal twice

Eursoc said...

Suddenly continent-wide war seems a preferable alternative

Pablo the Scot said...

I am beginning to believe that the only possible 'solution', and not the one they have in mind, is to nuke Europe until the whole bloody place sinks beneath the waves! What utter tosh, banal, boring, uninspiring, feeble there are too few adjectives to describe that crap.

Flanders Fields said...

An awful production! Unfortunately, it works for the purposes intended - "Inducing Allophilia".

http://myflandersfields.blogspot.com/2008/07/inducing-allophilia.html

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Rob farrington said...

I saw this over at either DK or Mr Eugenides a while ago.

Needless to say, watching it again was like replaying a particularly distressing car crash scene over in my mind again, just when I thought I'd gotten over it.

Or maybe like drinking another dozen snakebites after the first one - you know you're going to be puking afterwards, but for some reason you just can't stop yourself.

I'll shut up with the analogies now. I never eat carrots, but there are still mysterious little orange pieces in the yellow goo now in front of me that are making my keyboard stick.

the doctor said...

No , I did not have an itchy trigger finger , I wondered at the effect of 20kgs. of Semtex .
The E.U. goons cannot even sing in tune never mind getting us all to sing from the same hymn sheet

Winston Smith said...

I do not believe than the "Europeans" understand the deep level of contempt for the "Project" which exists among the little people.
May we be abused until we accumulate sufficient anger and resentment to be revolting.

Laocoon said...

In the communist time, we had a cultural political propaganda program, called "Cantarea Romaniei" (Singing about Romania). But, really, comparing with this... it was just kids play!

It is incredible how EU use a soviet style propaganda, and almost nobody seems to notice and to worry. Because it is really frightening!

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