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US Military’s “The Warrior Song”, Chinese Netizens Reactions

An American soldier.

From KDS:

This song is truly too impressive/awesome, the American military nakedly showing off

Showing off one’s strength shouldn’t be like this, nakedly promoting killing. emoticon
The American military’s recruitment song “The Warrior Song“.

Troops are meant to invade.
All day talking about peace, peace your sister. emoticon

On YouTube:

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Comments from KDS:

约翰117:

Being a solider in America is one of the few jobs in the world where you can travel the entire world killing people for free.
And what more, it’s all legal. emoticon The precondition is that you are responsible for your own life, although most of the time it is you murdering others, because your equipment is so much better than the other side’s. emoticon

约翰117:

[A military, referring to China’s military] that would rather destroy large amounts of expired ammunition than bear to give them to soldiers to practice with…
what use is this kind of military?
And yet [this military] still has the face to go escort [ships to protect them such as from pirates].
In the end, their task is always only to go pick up sailors that were released after being ransomed. emoticon

cp935:

Watched it, very domineering/cocky [aggressive?]. emoticon

上山打虎:

Americans like to kill people around the world. Very democratic, very human rights [a joke similar to this internet meme].

本地土著:

The purpose of an army is supposed to be killing people, discussing peace is the job of the politicians. It would be great the day our army can be this domineering/cocky, as long as it doesn’t oppress its own citizens.

梦遗桥廊:

Our military recruitment advertisements are very impressive/respectable too. emoticon

Chinese military formation: greeting the commander

约翰117:

I’ve heard this song’s melody in many films before, [but] the lyrics are always changing.
This RIP [I think he means “rap”] version is the most impressive one I’ve heard so far.

It’s almost to the level of the German SS’s “The Mass“.
This makes me feel like playing COD7 again. emoticonemoticon

Another version: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTg5ODM4MzUy.html

无册无拉:

You guys [Americans] have The Warrior Song, we have The River Crab Song.

Comments from China.com:

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欧阳教主仙福永享:

Inspiring, this is exactly the kind of song soldiers should sing.

凯撒大爹:

hahaha! Run into China’s People’s Liberation Army and you’ll be sorry!!! [sarcasm]emoticon

正日金二:

There is no politics in the song and only national interest, and yet it is extremely stirring!

凯撒大爹:

America’s military cannot be compared with China’s soldiers! In terms of not fearing death, there isn’t a single country’s soldiers who can compare to China’s soldiers! This song definitely sounds like it was tailor-made for China’s soldiers!!! [sarcasm]

六级士官:

This is not a recruitment song, it’s just a popular song by a band/music group, a dark humor song. Which band/music group I don’t remember, but it is a few years old now~

级别:

Mighty American imperialism!!!!!!

太平洋飓风:

We need to be more like American imperialism. I await conquering the world!

以下是蕴峰在:

MGBD, Chinese just have to blow a little horn and this bunch of stupid cunts will be piss in their pants. [sarcasm]

扑向蓝冥冥的天空:

Army songs should be like this, murderous/ferocious, much better than the army songs of certain countries that are all about their mommies.

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