Czech song about Islam with English titles

I quite like Remove the Kabab, the Serbian song about the joys of living in close proximity to many religious muslims. It has a really Eastern European, almost Gypsy flavour to the melody, although its as likely the Gypsies learned those melodic devices from the Serbs.

Hard to find that song now that Youtube applied the new normal, retroactive guilt by association that destroys everything good.


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    • I hadn’t been taking GoT as anything besides some escapism viewing. Looking at it as a twisted mirror of the modern world I can see where BPS gets the ideas he is talking about in the video.

      Watch the video, it is thought provoking.

    • I can’t remember which video I watched that said that if the US isn’t careful we will get Syria in Venezuela. That is what Russia, China and Cuba want and I wouldn’t put it past some of the US leftist to support creating a destabilized South America to create chaos in the US. Think about this when you read the reports about Antifa trying to buy Chinese military weapons from the Cartels.

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