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Watch: French DJs Remix Popular German Anti-Migrant Dance Hit ‘Foreigners Out’

by Adan Salazar
May 27th 2024, 3:15 pm
Young people in Europe embracing dance hit 'Ausländer Raus' ('Foreigners Out') amid flood of illegal migrants into their nations.
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A viral video features DJs in France jamming out a French remix of the German dance hit “Ausländer Raus” (“Foreigners Out”), indicating a growing sentiment among the nation’s youth toward anti-immigration policies.

The video features two female DJs playing an “Ausländer Raus” rendition with French lyrics transposed over the original German lyrics.

Videos circulating on social media show youths in Germany have embraced the “forbidden” song “Ausländer Raus” as an anthem expressing their political opposition to their nation being flooded with illegal immigrants.

Footage out of Stuttgart, Germany, following the Turkish Galatasaray soccer team’s victory over the weekend showed several fans chanting the popular anthem following a championship game.

Breitbart has more on the German police’s reaction to the social media sensation sweeping Europe and getting more young people to recognize their countries’ cultures and national sovereignty are being erased.

The social media video that spread across German social media this week shows a group of young men and women jumping up and down, singing, laughing, and throwing their arms in the air. Given the context, whether the gestures are dance moves or ‘Hitler salutes’ is obviously a matter of discussion in German media.

Germany’s federal security police, which normally concerns itself with terrorism and international crime gangs is investigating the young people singing, reports Die Welt. German journalist and “diversity consultant” Ferda Ataman who was appointed the government’s Federal Commissioner for Anti-Discrimination in 2022 said the song being sung showed “people are being discriminated against and degraded”.

The song, Ataman said, is “pure racism, which is increasingly ingraining itself in all social groups and age groups and is being openly expressed.”

Welt also cited Green Party state government Integration Minister Aminata Touré who expressed her opinion that singing the song could not be dismissed as a “boyish prank”, but that it had to be seen as “Nazi yelling… They should be ashamed of themselves! Criminal investigations must now follow.”

The Sylt video is not by far the first time the Auslander Raus song has emerged among young people in Germany of late. As noted by German broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), clips of it being sung have been released “again and again” at “discos and festivals all over Germany”.

The dance hit’s massive popularity shows its message of restricting foreigners from European countries is indeed resonating with younger generations who seek to preserve their cultural heritage.


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