How many Asians you’re seeing there? Or are you just Finn-baiting again?
BTW the rapper is running for parliament… in the rural right-wing party. This is almost as funny as the celebrity widely known for being crowned “Prince of Ghana” running in the anti-foreigner, anti-refugee, anti-foreign-aid True Finns party, although not nearly as funny as the pre-election scandals (the best so far: the guy who was in charge of the main conservative party’s campaign is now permanently out because of a police investigation on whether he has been pimping his wife).
1) He’s 19. Not even the would-be-voters are 12, self-respecting 12-year-olds consider themselves too old for his music. Last time I asked a 12-year-old, he said that the most popular band is a certain bad Manowar clone. Of course, you’re so infantile that if you were Finnish, you’d probably still be watching their videos:
Of course, music *can* get you to the parliament, but there’s an IQ check first (you have to be smart enough to realize that you need an audience old enough to vote). Here’s the most popular and most annoying song by the latest person to actually jump from music into the parliament:
Garbage. Never have to wait long for humanity to sink further.
He’s singing “we are the youth, we are the future”… he’s demanding parental tolerance for all kinds of youth out there, those who drink clandestine alcohol (popular with some teenagers who can’t buy legal stuff) and give the finger to the cops, those kids who smoke during recess and so on. The young can’t help it, you see.
Funny how everyone thinks it’s really cute how ridiculously popular this is among 10-year-olds, but if it were imported American stuff with the same lyrics, every parent out there would be screaming about how this degeneracy must be banned.
And yeah, if those sound like real strings to someone, that someone would probably also believe without hesitation that the guy is actually Elvis…
Speaking of Asians playing violins, an Irish-American friend of mine went to Ireland for the first time just recently and went to an Irish Traditional Music session at a local pub in Wexford, and the music was very good and traditional Irish and all that – violin(s), tin-whistle, bodhran, button-accordion etc. – except all the 6 performers in the band were Korean immigrants???!!!