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Clearly, things have to change, or given the ‘unintended consequences’, or, as the maniacal minions of The European Union (sic) in Brussels and Strasbourg would label the murderous, raping rampages of islamistrefugee’ males from God-Only-Knows-Where.

The European Union, but especially Germany as ‘led’ by Prime Minister Angela Merkel, is at an abyss.

Clearly, given the EU’s ineptitude with the ‘raucous raping refugees’, the EU’s National Hymn, Beethoven’s uplifting Ode an die Freude (German) or Ode to Joy from the Ninth Symphony is, well, now, in need of replacement.

For sake of consistency, the English text is here:
Oh dear friends, not these themes that cloy!
Rather let us all start singing
something joyful and more swingy.
Joy! Joy!
Joy, oh what a godly sparking,
daughter of Elysium,
drunk with fire we’re embarking,
blissful, in your holy room
Your spell’s magic mends each other’s
ties our customs strictly breach,
all the people will be brothers
where your gentle wing shall reach
He who’s for his fortune grateful
friend of a good friend to be,
he who’s found a wife that’s faithful
let their voice add to this glee
Also he who calls but one soul
somewhere in this world his own;
let the rest who have got none yawl
let them leave this throng alone
Joy’s what every creature’s suckling
out of nature’s giving teat,
all the good or bad are coupling
following her rosy street
She has given wine and kisses
a friend to die for and to laud;
joy to worms and to all species,
to the cherubs facing God
Blithely, as His suns are flying
through the heavens’ wond’rous plan,
brothers run your course’s span
joyful heroes always trying
Now you millions start embracing!
The whole world in this one kiss!
Brothers, past the starry abyss
dwells a loving Father gazing
Do you bow now all you millions?
Do y’all sense Creator’s eye?
Seek beyond the starry sky!
Past the stars abides His brilliance!
Now you millions start embracing!
The whole world in this one kiss!
Brothers, past the starry abyss
dwells a loving Father gazing
Start embracing!
The whole world in this one kiss!
Joy, oh what a godly sparking,
daughter of Elysium,
Joy, oh what a godly sparking, godly sparking

To add further spice, here is an epic, truly heroic version performed (in German) every November in Osaka, Japan, with massed singers and orchestral players:

Alas, given the recent ‘invasion’ neither the EU nor Europe or especially Germany or other Nations can even pretend to be anything close to Elysium.

Delerium? Perhaps.

Elysium? Nary a chance.

As I’m typically being asked to ‘modernise’, here’s one suggestion for a far more appropriate, ‘current’, or up-to-date, historically-accurate summary of where matters stand.

In part, this stems from a delightul young Swedish woman’s having been raped, to death, by some slimey islamist ‘refugee’ (sic).

SwedishGirlBeatenKilledByMuslimB4&AfterPics[Defining wickedness: This lovely young girl as she was and after being raped-to-death]

Over 100, or dozens of young ladies from Cologne and elsewhere were chased, put into fear for their lives, and sexually manhandled (to put it all-too-mildly) and even raped on New Year’s Eve.

Was all this is some series of dodgy, darkened clubs or similar?

Not a bit of it!  This all occurred, or began, at least, directly on the forecourt of one of Europe’s most literally historic, hallowed grounds of Christendom:

Cologne Cathedral, the single most visited site in all of Germany and the largest Gothic church in northern Europe.

That such wicked actions by muslim ‘refugee’ (sic) gangs were taken against defenseless women and girls is almost the defining vision of Chaos.

All this rampant violation inspired a Swiss ‘performance artist’, Milo Moiré, to take to the streets, totally naked, in near-freezing temperatures [4 degrees Celsius (39.2 Fahrenheit)] in a bid to show that women should not be molested under any circumstances.

Respect us! We are not fair game, even when we’re naked” Moiré’s sign read (or as translated to English).

[Freezing free speech, one woman for all women]

This 32-year-old Düsseldorf-based artist and model stood on the square outside Cologne’s world-famous cathedral for around 20 minutes, watched by members of the public and a few police officers, who joined the group of onlookers but took no action against Moiré.

Indeed, what is now modern-day Europe has confronted the spectre of those from a radically different culture, mores and ‘religion’ (sic) who would seduce the better nature of man and then, suddenly, attack.

The Grecian slave and storyteller, Aesop (circa 620-560 A.D.), created the tale of ‘The Farmer and The Viper’.

In essence, this is about a combination of humanity and self-delusion which, as joined,  trump common sense.

Out in his fields one snowy day, Aesop’s farmer finds a vicious viper freezing in the snow.  Being a decent chap, the farmer feels sorry for another of God’s creatures. He lifts the snake up and places it inside his warm coat.

Having now been revived by both farmer’s good intentions and his body heat, the viper bites his rescuer, who succumbs to the venom and dies, having realized his death is, in essence, self-inflicted; suicide in other words.

It seems fairly clear that the mandarins in Brussels and Strasbourg never read or believed Aesop. (After all, he was but yet another feckless Greek, or as the EU knows all too well, or given the interminable ‘currency crisis’ with Athens).

In the case for the burial of Elysium, in the New Reality afoot in the EU, the case is strong that the European Union should now shelve Beethoven’s ‘Ode to Joy’.

Clearly, the EU’s and Germany’s Prime Minister’s insane notions have assuredly taken the ‘Joy’ far, far away.

High time for the EU to accept that, given all the really deadly vipers they’ve willingly imported, it is thus sensible to adopt a new Hymn.

Consider the miraculous combination of Aesop, the skills of the late Oscar Brown (no relation; an American singer, songwriter, playwright, poet, civil rights activist, and actor) plus the vocals of the late American Rhythm and Blues singer, Al Wilson:

On her way to work one morning
Down the path along side the lake
A tender hearted woman saw a poor half frozen snake
His pretty colored skin had been all frosted with the dew
“Poor thing,” she cried, “I’ll take you in and I’ll take care of you”

“Take me in tender woman
Take me in, for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake

She wrapped him up all cozy in a comforter of silk
And laid him by her fireside with some honey and some milk
She hurried home from work that night and soon as she arrived
She found that pretty snake she’d taken to had been revived

“Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake

She clutched him to her bosom, “You’re so beautiful,” she cried
“But if I hadn’t brought you in by now you might have died”
She stroked his pretty skin again and kissed and held him tight
Instead of saying thanks, the snake gave her a vicious bite

“Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake
“I saved you,” cried the woman
“And you’ve bitten me, but why?

You know your bite is poisonous and now I’m going to die”
“Oh shut up, silly woman,” said the reptile with a grin
“You knew damn well I was a snake before you took me in
“Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake

Will Berlin, Brussels, Paris, et al., take this advice?

Or, are they even aware of the all too many snakes ravaging the Continent?

At very least, ‘The Snake’ lyrics are much easier to sing than the current EU anthem!

And, it has entertainment value!  Europeans could now “rock ‘n roll” to this bouncy tune as they stay safely tucked inside their triple-locked homes; alas, all due to the rampant dangers outside which are besieging and marauding their Strassen.

Both Beethoven and the EU have been ‘rolled over’ by a combination of vipers from the East and local political ineptitude and fallacies.

All this would leave poor Aesop shaking his head in shame:

Over 2,500 years later, and they still don’t get it?


The annual 10,000 voices choir singing Beethoven’s Ode to Joy occurs each year in Osaka, Japan.

My information is that this huge feat is still undertaken by Maestro Yutaka Sado, a Japanese conductor who, it turns out, was a protégé of the late Leonard Bernstein.
Website: http://www.yutaka-sado.meetsfans.jp
Twitter: @yutakaSADO_news

Cologne Cathedral or, Kölner Dom (in German)

Ms. Milo Moiré – “Swiss Conceptual Performance Artist & Painter, Psychologist (Master’s degree) and Muse based in Dusseldorf Germany”:
Website: http://www.milomoire.com
Email: info@milomoire.com
Twitter: @MiloMoire
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=Milo%20Moir%C3%A9