- We should stop feeling so offended all the time.
How does it sound from the Thomas Culture, en Ekstra Bladet meets him at a news conference at the Nimb ahead of the new season of 'the X Factor'.
Here drops the conversation on today's most talked-about apology. Namely, as a vice-head of department at CBS has given a 'brown' researcher, who felt offended by that educational institution to the song 'The Danish song is a young blond girl' at a morning session.
It has the day, got more to go to the keys. Including the country's prime minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen (V), who on Facebook writes.
'It simply can't be true, if in the future can't be sung after Højskolesangbogen (including no. 162, ed.) on CBS'.
Through a decade of 'X-Factor'-judge Thomas Culture worked very hard to unfold the country's musical talents in prime time, and since the Extra Leaf tells him about the case, " he said.
She felt violated because of what?
He simply can't understand it.
- I do not think that it is a democratic violation, that we all have a story and a songbook and everything else. We must not go around and be so offended by such things, says Thomas Culture.
- What do you think about that CBS has apologized for the researcher?
- We must not lose altitude, and we should be too big to be small. There is not anyone who does not have our diversity, if they have one or another form of endowment. I think that all minorities must demonstrate endowment - also udi to be able to accommodate such thing here, says Thomas Culture, who shakes his head when he hears that even the country's prime minister has interfered in the debate.
- Not, but now the damn hold up. Now it must stop. We must not forget the humour. I love to make fun with everyone, and I love stereotypes. The wonderful thing about prejudices is that when they are being degraded, so I think 'well yes, I was wrong', and then we become wiser.
Thomas Culture, along with the rest of the 'X Factor'team: Sofie Linde, Lars famous and best-selling and Nanna 'Oh Land' Island. Photo: Mogens Flindt
He points to himself on 'X Factor' as a 'super well-integrated project', where you have to follow all kinds of people, and as a project that has helped to bring the danes closer together. Regardless of skin color.
- We do not need to get up at first and best chance, we get to feel stepped on. Sorry I said it. It is still a nice and sweet little song with an excellent melody. We must begin to edit in text and low on on our history, like the swedes, ask Thomas, Culture and the rounds themselves.
- Arhmen. Jesus Christ.
as always, the outspoken tv judge can once again be experienced when the new season of 'the X Factor' will premiere 4. January on TV2.
The Danish song is a young blond girl
the Song 'The Danish song is a young blond girl' has created stir on the educational institution CBS, where a researcher felt slighted over the fact that it was sung as a song at an internal meeting.
The Royal Library describes on its website the song as being 'among the most popular Danish songs'.
'The Danish song is a young blond girl' is made on the poem of the same name by Kai Hoffmann in 1924 and got its tune by the Danish composer Carl Nielsen in 1926.
Read the lyrics to the song here:
The Danish song is a young blond girl
she goes and hums in Denmark's house,
she is a child of the sea-blue kingdom
where the beeches are listening to bølgers shower.
The Danish song when the basically sound,
has the sound of the bell, the sword and shield.
In the us desk at the wide wings
one thing of note from hedenold.
Al Zealand, grace and the Danish newspaper Jyllands mightiness,
the two sounds of the gently and hard,
the song accomodate for the right to report,
what is deep within is us and our.
times change, and the seats house,
but the art and combat still requires steel,
the alterbål, where our soul shall ildnes
the flames hedest in Bjarkemål.
So sing en, Denmark, let the heart speak,
for hjertesproget is verse and song,
and learn we can of the nightingale,
of the lark over the green vang.
And the wind whistles its wild show
and the beach, hurled his højtidskvad,
from the moor the heather, as from the gates of the city tile
the song promise young and happy.
Sources: The Royal Library, the DR.read more Close