Germans Have a Knack For Taking Cool Things and Making Them Corny
Granola bars were pretty cool, I’ve been eating them since middle school, and I was in middle school some years ago. But like the granola bar, once the Germans got their greedy, copycat paws on the American product, they made it corny.
Yes, the Germans are in fact “CORNY BIG”, as their famous American inspired rip-off product has indicated. What’s even more corny is the fact that at every turn Germans are constantly implementing overt Nazi, satanic images in their promotions (see the prominent yellow thunder bolt symbolism at the top center of the image).
Very nostalgic those Germans are, constantly paying homage to their Nazi heroes of the SS.
You can take the Nazi out of Germany but you can’t take the Nazi out the German. Operation PAPERCLIP is a good example of this. And the drone like, un-creative nature of the Germans are the reasons why they can literally suck the soul out of everything they lay their culturally misappropriating claws on from Granola bars, to American movies horribly dubbed over in German, to boom boxes.
How did the Germans manage to destroy the coolness of such an awesome device like the boombox, which was catapulted to international notoriety through the emergence of the New York City rap, graffiti art, breakdancing and overall Hip-Hop scene in the 1980’s?
(Radio Raheem from “Do The Right Thing”)
Introducing The Ghetto Blaster
The American boom box became the “Ghetto Blaster” when it arrived in Germany much to the chagrin of American negroes such as myself who actually live in Germany.
Again, this German wigger being used as a cringeworthy prop in the above advertisement does not fail to acknowledge Lucifer, the god of the Germans with his horned sign of Lucifer.
(Anton La Vey, Head of The Church of Satan Flashing The Horns Of Lucifer)
I was shocked the first time I heard the term “ghetto blaster” used by a German female acquaintance of mine, and I sort felt like I was being slapped in the face initially. Upon further explanation of the term by this particular German female upon recognizing my unfamiliarity with the term, I came to realize that Germans are generally a pretty ignorant bunch.
Which leads me to the subject of “Black Music”.
The Deutsche Black Charts
Germany is a pretty unbelievable place in many ways, especially in the way that it’s natives are extremely dense. The Germans have an innate tendency to lump totally unrelated things into messy categories based on skin color for example.
In Germany, the term “Black music” is all encompassing as far as music genres are concerned. Anything from Jazz, Reggae, Afro-Beat, Salsa, Bossa Nova, Rap, Soul, any any other music created by so called Blacks around the world is carelessly lumped into one “Black” category, regardless of where the artists come from or their ethnic differences. To me this is just as silly as having a category called “White Music”. What genres would be included in such a category exactly?
But I digress. Germans made so called “Black Music” corny when they began culturally misappropriating rap and being known for a bland, unoriginal style which sounds the same, regardless of the artist. To me, German rappers sound indistinguishable from one another. I won’t even begin with the subject of German gospel choirs, but take my word, these strange anomalies are pretty cringeworthy especially when hearing a bunch of native German speakers trying to imitate American Gospel choirs in English.
Such awful mental images make me cringe. But there is no doubt that the Germans can and will take anything made in America that is cool and make it corny, “CORNY BIG” in fact!