March 3, 2011

And what is the Mr. Senzig teaching his students?


A note from a concerned parent.

“Here are a few facts for you. Originally, the trololo wasn't really anything too bad. There was a song written about a cowboy during the cold war and they knew the Russians would never allow it to be played. So, they removed the words and made it a what Gifford's choir did. The problem is this...The movie V for Vendetta shows a strikingly similar idea...with MUCH deeper meaning and implications. In it a shadowy freedom fighter known only as "V" uses terrorist tactics to fight against his totalitarian society.
His supporters, all wear masks like the ones Gifford's choir director chose to use. The movie cover says: "People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people."

Personally, all this is to close for comfort. Coincidence? I don't buy it.

If you don't believe me, look at some of the comments from the Youtube post:
Obviously some people understand the message...right?

I believe the choir director knew EXACTLY what he was doing....and the innocents were duped.
The question remains...will he continue to make fools of everyone and get his subtle, yet very sick message out?”

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