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"says the serious?" Children are quite casually reacting to the hate song by Lindemann.
"Does the serious?" Children are quite casually reacting to the hate song by Lindemann.
with his songhas caused Rammstein singer - but possibly only under adults. The age group mentioned in the song has not received much from the hate post. This suggests a video that is now shown in the "children reacting on ..." series. Children between six and ten years were interviewed between six and ten years. "Does he mean seriously?" One is a reaction to the piece, another: "May the children now, or do he hate them?" Apparently, the content of the single is not quite understandable.
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A smart girl suspects: "Perhaps the yes that is ironic-oriented to all those who hate children: children do not actually do anything." And concludes: "The ones who hate children were themselves. If you really do not want children in this world, they do not give them themselves. "In this light, Lindemann's" Scandal song "seems almost subversive.
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