Sunday, June 15, 2008

To Burn Here? Or to Go?

Bear with the peculiarly-spelled English subtitles. This video is hilarious.

Leave it to the Danes.

[NB: apparently this video is in German. Neither language is comprehensible to me when spoken, especially at YouTube audio quality. Thanks to an alert Danish-American reader for correcting me.]

Hat tip: TB.

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spackle said...


Zenster said...

I love how that guy says it takes time for them to arrange the spontaneous protests. When it comes to the Danes, the rest of our world has some catching up to do. Great wimmen, great beer, great cheese, inimitable hot dogs, fabulous pastry, the best licorice and half-ton hogs! Does it get any better?

Zerosumgame said...


I haven't been here in awhile, but wanted to ask you something off the thread, but not off the topic of your blog.

A book has recently been written, a novel called Caliphate, by a conservative lawyer named Tom Kratman who lives in your neck of the woods.

It is about a German dhimmi girl in 22nd century Islamic Europe, trying to get to a still free and Christian America.

Have you or Dymphna read it? Can you offer a review?

kepiblanc said...

Great video, who says the Germans don't have humor?

"The greatest industry in Palestine is the 'Being-offended industry" (Empörungsindustrie), followed by corruption and theft".

Baron Bodissey said...

Zero --

Sorry; I'd never heard of the book until now. But thanks for tipping me to its existence.

Rondo said...

i don't think it's funny... it's actually quite sad cause it's true.

laine said...

The video also cleverly pointed out that the Europeans are financing their own denigration by the Palestinians to the tune of billions.

Arabs have the art of biting the hand that feeds them down to an art but then the Europeans did the same to Americans since WW II.

christian soldier said...

I love it when insults are turned upon the small minds that try to insult.

The vid gave me several hearty laughs because I had to watch it several times in order to catch the sub-titles and mentally put them together with the action ----- Thank you.

Subvet said...