Gangnam Vile: Korean Rapper’s Anti-American Past Unmasked

Guest Post by Mike LaRoche

Well here’s some rather unpleasant news this Pearl Harbor Day.  Korean rapper Park Jae-sang, who performs under the stage name of PSY and who has rocketed to global superstardom via his video “Gangnam Style,” today was revealed to have an anti-American past.  Tony Lee at Breitbart writes:

The singer of “Gangnam Style,” who is slated to perform before President Barack Obama December 21 during the annual “Christmas in Washington” concert, participated in an anti-American rally and concert in South Korea in 2004 in which he rapped lyrics that wished for the “daughters, mothers, daughters-in-law, and fathers” of “f***ing Yankees” and U.S. troops associated with torturing Iraqis to be killed “slowly and painfully.”

Does Mr. Park’s hate of “f***ing Yankees” include those 36,000 American solders who, from 1950 to 1953, gave their lives so that he could live his life free of communist repression?

No good deed goes unpunished, I reckon.

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  • BruceC

    He’s a man after Obama’s heart….

  • Mad Hatter

    He looks like a Kim Jung Il wannabe. I remember how much the left liked him.

  • http://Americanthinker paul

    Yeah, so? Folks, this invite isn’t an accident or screw up. His views are why he was invited to perform.

  • JDR

    Psy has apologized for that, BTW.

    Another K-wave (korean wave, look it up on wiki) apology I found googling “psy apology”.

    Good article, way better comments — arrange them by best rating, and read any and all comments by “Nate Broadus”.

  • JDR
  • Big Al

    The south Koreans have always been a bunch of f&@king ingrates. I say pull our troops out and let them worry about the Commies. Why should we spend a dime protecting them.

  • Oldflyer

    Our State Department controls who enters this country. While this little piss ant certainly has the right to say whatever he wishes, he does not have a right to a U.S. Visa. I wish our government had enough cojones to deliver a message to freaks who trash the country, while profiting here.

    But, I suppose he is an Obama poster child.

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  • JDR

    #6 Big Al

    Because we’re good. Rather, we were.

    How many other ingrates can you think of, having been saved from hellish tyranny, time and time again, by the selfless goodness and military might of the United States of America?

    How about Bosnian Muslims? The French? The current descendants of former slaves in our own nation?

    Sadly, our goodness ran out of steam when good old President Nixon (R.I.P.) decided to surrender Cambodia to the Khmer Rouge, making all our soldiers’ sacrifices “in vain.”

    Hey, that’s right around the time our nation abandoned God! Whaddaya know?

    Even JFK said that our nation would defend freedom against tyranny, worldwide.

    He would be further to the right than anyone currently in Congress, today.

    Hey Leftists and Isolationists? What the F are ALLIES for? “Yeah, hey, Great Britain, sorry to hear that London and the rest of your cities are being bombed by Axis forces…. and really, we’re dreadfully sorry that no, I don’t think we should help… sure we’re allies! We love you limeys! We’ll always say great things about you and be nice to you and trade with you! But you’re on your own here.”

    So yeah, if I’m walking down the street with my ally, and he’s attacked… I should just not intervene and help him.

    I wonder how many people stood around a bleeding-on-the-sidewalk John Lennon and said, “Yeah, you know what? Let It Be. There will be an answer.”

    I wonder how popular that song is in Cambodia?

  • JDR

    Go to youtube and type in “Gangnam Wedding”

    Now notice something about “ingrate” South Koreans.

    Many of these “slanty-eyes” have American “roundeye” first names. Jason, Susan, Stephanie, Jeremy, etc…

    I wonder why that would be? Gratefulness? All they have to do is look to the North for a grim reminder. Chinese Communists vs. “white people capitalists” (even though our forces at the time were a near-perfect ethnic mirror of the American “melting-pot”).

    Of course they have American names. It’s called HONOR.

  • Me again

    Green day.

  • Big Al

    #9 JDR..
    I don’t disagree with you. It was left to us to pick up the pieces after the world wars and take on the responsibility of protecting the world from tyranny. We did it as a matter of honor and decency. I feel that the Koreans have been particularly vociferous with their ingratitude over the past few decades and it sticks in my craw. If this little sh@t said half of what they say he did, he MUST be disinvited to a national concert. To do otherwise would be to insult those poor guys who died in that hellhole.

  • bg


    flashback to February 22, 2009

    The Revolt of the Kulaks Has Begun

    [This movement can succeed if it does not stop at protest and includes changes in economic behavior. Obama’s redistributive plans require higher taxation, but higher tax plans (to be announced this week by Obama) are based on the fallacy that the “rich” will not change their economic behavior in reaction to higher tax rates.

    History tells us, however, that economic redistribution plans fail because the producers of society would rather not produce, than have the fruits of their production taken away and given to others. Obama can raise the tax rates on income, but he cannot force people to generate income to be taxed. People may just say “no.” This resistance will not come from evading taxes, but from evading taxable income. In the end, as must all economic redistributors, Obama either will have to resort to repressive measures, or he will have to abandon his redistributive plans.]

    Murder By Communism (by any other
    name, the results are the same) *-(

    [How can we understand all this killing by communists? It is the marriage of an absolutist ideology with the absolute power. Communists believed that they knew the truth, absolutely. They believed that they knew through Marxism what would bring about the greatest human welfare and happiness. And they believed that power, the dictatorship of the proletariat, must be used to tear down the old feudal or capitalist order and rebuild society and culture to realize this utopia. Nothing must stand in the way of its achievement. Government–the Communist Party–was thus above any law. All institutions, cultural norms, traditions, and sentiments were expendable. And the people were as though lumber and bricks, to be used in building the new world.

    Constructing this utopia was seen as though a war on poverty, exploitation, imperialism, and inequality. And for the greater good, as in a real war, people are killed. And thus this war for the communist utopia had its necessary enemy casualties, the clergy, bourgeoisie, capitalists, wreckers, counterrevolutionaries, rightists, tyrants, rich, landlords, and noncombatants that unfortunately got caught in the battle. In a war millions may die, but the cause may be well justified, as in the defeat of Hitler and an utterly racist Nazism. And to many communists, the cause of a communist utopia was such as to justify all the deaths. The irony of this is that communism in practice, even after decades of total control, did not improve the lot of the average person, but usually made their living conditions worse than before the revolution. It is not by chance that the greatest famines have occurred within the Soviet Union (about 5,000,000 dead during 1921-23 and 7,000,000 from 1932-3) and communist China (about 27,000,000 dead from 1959-61). In total almost 55,000,000 people died in various communist famines and associated diseases, a little over 10,000,000 of them from democidal famine. This is as though the total population of Turkey, Iran, or Thailand had been completely wiped out. And that something like 35,000,000 people fled communist countries as refugees, as though the countries of Argentina or Columbia had been totally emptied of all their people, was an unparalleled vote against the utopian pretensions of Marxism-Leninism.]

    Secrets of Communism (by any other
    name, the results are the same) *-(


  • RoadKill

    @ #9 JDR.

    So you’re telling me that you don’t think he was screened by the Secret Service and that Obama doesn’t know his background? My thoughts are that Obama DOES know and his response was, “Sounds like just the right guy for our Christmas Party.”

  • http://! l.barney

    I had no idea who this dude was until I saw the video on the news. Plus my sister had no idea either!

    Then I saw the video and frankly they all look like they are riding horses! The dance is kind of dumb to me!

    Idiot man-I’d pull our forces out of South Korea since the majority of them don’t want us there anyway!

  • DomesticGoddess

    Obama finds him endearing!

  • Speedy

    Don’t be so sensitive with what NamGangStyle’s singing toward the Yankees. If our soldiers did not insultingly treated the prisoners in the camp then NamGangStyle had no reason to bash us. His singing bashes the Korean’s bad culture so he bashed our imaturity in treating the prisoners is understandable.

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  • Look-Out

    Well..I’m mulling over the concert scheduled for Dec. 21 and Barry’s vacation in Hawaii will have started on the 17th…

    Will he and Mooch fly back for the party…maybe even on separate planes, perhaps? Oh, it’ll be fun to see how they decide it’s best to blow our dough.

  • bg



    Russia arms Syria with powerful ballistic missiles

    sing, dance, celbrate.. /s/