The Video Angela Merkel Doesn’t Want Anyone to Watch

Watch if you can … And before it gets taken down from Youtube.

Appropriately, the lyrics to the 1968 song, “The Snake,” sung by Al Wilson aptly describes the self-destruction of Germany and the European Union.

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Angela Merkel, Germany’s Chancellor, is viewed by most as the one who is primarily responsible for killing her own country, culture, and people– against their opposition and outrage– by bringing in able-bodied young male Islamists who are not refugees but call themselves refugees– who are wreaking havoc everywhere.

The lyrics tell a story inspired by Aesop’s Fable of The Farmer and the Viper. Except in this case, Merkel might be more appropriately considered “the snake charmer” who is not “tender hearted,” but as venomous as the snakes she brings into Germany who are finishing the job Hitler began.

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 snakeShe wrapped him 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 bee revived
“Take me in, tender woman
Take me in, for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snakeShe 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[Version II]

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
“Oh well,” 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

Now she wrapped him all cozy in a coverture of silk
And then laid him by the fireside with some honey and some milk
Now she hurried home from work that night as soon as she arrived
She found that pretty snake she’d taken to had been revived
“Take me in, oh 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”
Now she stroked his pretty skin again and then kissed and held him tight
But instead of saying thanks, the snake gave her a vicious bite!
“Take me in, oh tender woman
Take me in for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake
“Now I saved you,” cried the woman
And you’ve bit me, even why?
And you know your bite is poisonous and now I’m going to die”
“Ah shut up, silly woman,” said that reptile with a grin
“Now you knew darn well I was a snake before you brought me in
Please, take me in, oh tender woman
Take me in, for heaven’s sake
Take me in, tender woman,” sighed the snake, sighed the snake
“Take me in tender woman
“Come on in you pretty snake…
Come on in, yeah, come on in you pretty snake…

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