Zog not keynmol: Yiddish partisan march

Murka, and a growing number of euronations, have plenty of native-speaking Arabs and Chinese miggers. They do not want (or need) WhiteEyes encroaching on “their” territory.
In fact, they hate whites speaking their tongue. They see them as a threat. They know what you’re up to. They are insular and openly exclude whites from their society in completely the opposite way stupid whites promote “Diversity” and “Vibrancy.”
This, sadly, makes MINOs wiser than whites, as this is the natural way of human group interaction.
If you want to be the first public execution by a Colored Regime, learn their language and ingratiate yourself into their secluded society. You might as well be an Irishman trying to get into the Italian Mafia in 1925. They’ll use you, then when you know too much, you’re dead.
The smartest way is becoming an expert speaker, but telling no one from that clan.

Anti-National Translation

Cross-posted at Poumista.

Song of the partisans: a Yiddish partisan march, with breakbeats, by geberk.

History is Made at Night, a propos of Marek Edelman:

Yesterday’s post on mandolins and anti-fascist resistance in Warsaw has prompted this response from Ruin Gebirk in Berlin:

“I read your story about the mandoline, it was interesting, I too have a strong interest in the jewish resistance history and I am specially fascinated by the “little” stories. When I was young we were singing the jiddish songs of Hirsh Glik and others… since I know about your electronical music background I wanted to share my new track with you: I called it jiddish partizan marsh, it’s based on the melody of Sog nit kejnmal als du gejst den letztn”.

jiddish partizan marsh by gebirk

Wikipedia: Hirsch Glick (1922 Vilna, Poland – 1944 Estonia) was a Jewish poet and partisan.

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