Calling Leni Riefenstahl

Greetings, loyal minions. Your Maximum Leader recently received an email from a close friend. The contained a link to a You Tube video and the comment “…this provides an argument why Germans should not be allowed to play rock and roll… EVER.
Note that this is a Queen cover tune.

Your Maximum Leader clicked through on the link and got this:

Now, first off your Maximum Leader should apologize to any of you who did watch the video. Sorry about that…

That is some awful shit. Your Maximum Leader didn’t think that Germans were allowed to wear brownshirts and boots like that any more… He is also glad he doesn’t speak any German (mostly out of fear of what the lyrics might actually say). Your Maximum Leader’s friend says it is a Queen cover. Your Maximum Leader admits that he can’t place the Queen song at all. He should try and google a Queen song with the lyric “Get me a light beer!”

Of course, for all your Maximum Leader knows, the singer might be saying “Get me a light beer or I’ll remilitarize the Rhineland! Watch your back Czech Republic!”

What ever happened to the happy anti-war sentiment of Nena and 99 Luftballons?

Oh Nena… Your Maximum Leader hopes you’ve shaved your pits at some point between 1984 and today…

(NB to readers: Your Maximum Leader remembers, back in the day, that he thought that Nena was rather attractive. Then one day on MTV he saw a live performance of 99 Luftballons. At first he was pretty excited because Nena was wearing some sort of torn up sleeveless white t-shirt on what appeared to be a humid day. (Wink Wink Nudge Nudge) He thought he might get to see a little side boob or something. Sadly, what he did get was an eyeful of armpit hair that he’ll never be able to un-see. After that day, your Maximum Leader never thought Nena was that attractive. Martha Quinn however…)

Anyhoo… Note to our German friends… Please no more…

Should your Maximum Leader be a little ashamed for invoking the name of Leni Riefenstahl in this post? She was an innovative filmmaker after all… And there was nothing innovative in that video…

Carry on.

4 Comments »
Kevin Kim said:

The Queen song in question appeared in that turd of a movie, “Iron Eagle.”



I seem to recollect that I’ve seen “Iron Eagle.” That said, I don’t recall the song in question, the plot, the actors invovled. It is like I remember buying a ticket and going to the theatre, then coming out a while later with no memory of what I just watched… I should google the film to see if I have any unplesant flashbacks.



Polymath said:

The best part of that film was Louis Gosset Jr. The rest of it required a massive suspension of disbelief: that a pubescent teen would somehow be permitted to fly an F-16, posing as a trainee under his father’s command. Not to mention the rescue mission to whatever prototype islamic nation where his father had been shot down and was being held as a prisoner of war.

I don’t remember the song either, but perhaps that is just as well. Ugh.



Eric said:

…bhwhahahaahah!….



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