'Multicultural Christmas': German State TV Makes Carols Oriental to Avoid 'Melancholy' of TraditionChris Menahan
Dec. 18, 2016
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"Silent night" just got BTFO'd.
From Face of a Dying Nation:
The "Christkindlesmarkt" in Nürnberg is the oldest and most famous Christmas markets in Germany and taken place annually since as early as the 16th century. The anchor of the German State TV channel Südwestrundfunk (SWR), however, considers traditional Christmas to be sad, melancholic and weepy. In the program, that aired on December 6th last year, he said that he would rather have it happy - or, multicultural - and gives the stage to "cabaret artist" Alexandra Gauger, who proceeds to mock lyrics of Children's carols by singing them in an oriental tone.
Close to the end the camera captures a disheartened German man standing behind the beaming smile of a woman - looking at the floor and shaking his head in disbelief. The cameraman quickly realizes the error and switches scenes.That's the sound of progress, folks.
I think we can all agree it's a huge improvement over our stale, old, traditional Christmas songs.
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