The Right Reverend Sharpton shows deep cultural insensitivity towards the German people, and faces dungeon time.
This concerns a video clip of a Bundeswehr training exercise.
The clip shows an instructor and a soldier in camouflage uniforms in a forest.
The instructor tells the soldier, “You are in the Bronx. A black van is stopping in front of you. Three African-Americans are getting out and they are insulting your mother in the worst ways. … Act.”
The soldier fires his machine gun several times and yells an obscenity several times in English. The instructor then tells the soldier to curse even louder…
The Rev. Al Sharpton said he was outraged that Germans were “depicting blacks as target practice.”
The blessed Rev demeans not just German soldiers, but the entire German people.
Firstly, it is common for non-Germans to hurtfully insult German mothers in the “worst ways” – typically by alleging they had placed stale bread in the pink, green, and brown striped recycling bins reserved for stale Stolen cake
Second, firing guns in forests is a German cultural norm – as Bambi’s mother so regrettably discovered. To imply this practice is directed at US minorities insults an ancient folk practice.
Third, Sharpton compounds his racism by alleging Germans swear in English – a practice they consider degrading. In fact the trainee shouter “Mist”, because he had accidentally hit a Bambi descendant, one day outside of the traditional 360-day Bambi whacking season.
Finally, Sharpton maliciously misrepresents the instructor’s comments. Of course the instructor required the trainee to shout “Mist” very loudly.
As any culturally sensitive individual knows, that would be because he and trainee would now have to spend 5 days filling in the hundreds of forms necessary to obtain an EU derogation retrospectively to authorize the shooting of a Bambi out of season with a Heckler and Koch G36 rather than the required black powder smoothbore.
Sharpton’s ignorance of German culture and tradition is no defense, and I understand a dungeon is being made ready for him in Spandau Fortress.