Lang Lang Chinese Pianist Plays Anti-American Song at US State Dinner

Chinese pianist, Lang Lang, knowingly played a well-known anti-America song at the White House on the evening of the State Dinner with China’s President Hu Jintao, portraying Americans as jackals.  Not surprising when we invite a communist dictator to the White House with an egregious human rights history.

Barack Obama and Hu Jintao

From Fox Nation:

After bilingual comments to the assembled VIPs in which he said it was a “great honor” to be playing, he proceeded to perform a solo piece, which he introduced as a “Chinese song called ‘My Motherland.'”

The song is not just any old song. As Chinese netizens have pointed out, “My Motherland” is the theme song for a famous anti-U.S. movie about the Korean War from 1956, titled “Battle on Shangganling Mountain.”

From Wall Street Journal:

Mr. Lang was invited to perform along with a number of U.S. jazz musicians.  After bilingual comments to the assembled VIPs in which Mr. Lang said it was a “great honor” to be playing, he proceeded to perform a solo piece, which he introduced as a “Chinese song called ‘My Motherland.’”…

Both the Sina and Sohu news portals reposted an article that they attributed to the Beijing Evening News, with the headline: “Lang Lang Played ‘My Motherland’ at White House, Flaunting National Power.”

“Those American folks very much enjoyed it and were totally infatuated with the melody!!! The U.S. is truly stupid!!” wrote a user named You’re In My Memory on Sina’s micro-blogging site.

From The Blaze:

Lang Lang the pianist says he chose it. Chairman Hu Jintao recognized it as soon as he heard it. Patriotic Chinese Internet users were delighted as soon as they saw the videos online. Early morning TV viewers in China knew it would be played an hour or two beforehand. At the White House State dinner on Jan. 19, about six minutes into his set, Lang Lang began tapping out a famous anti-American propaganda melody from the Korean War: the theme song to the movie “Battle on Shangganling Mountain.”

The film depicts a group of “People’s Volunteer Army” soldiers who are first hemmed in at Shanganling (or Triangle Hill) and then, when reinforcements arrive, take up their rifles and counterattack the U.S. military “jackals.”

I will pass on the video. Do you think the U.S. will receive a formal apology from Hu? Do you think the famous pianist will be punished for humiliating the Motherland?  No because China sees it as triumph, not humiliation. No way Lang Lang would make the decision to do this by himself. Hu knew.