Holland’s Got Talent 2013–Amira Willighagen

YouTube, October 26, 2013

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  • D.B. Cooper

    And what do WE have here in America?

    • mgs166

      It must be looking for the McNugget it dropped. Either that, or it’s demonstrating to its fellow nogs how it was able to enter a home undetected through an open window and do what its does best.

      • Johnny99

        Reminds me of some clip from a horror movie, the thing coming down the stairs on all fours, upside down and backwards, like a crab. Anyone know the one?

        • Romulus

          The ring?

        • Spartacus

          That’s from the original Exorcist .

          • Paleoconn

            The vile picture where the possessed girl masturbates with a crucifix, not to mention a Virgin sculpture defiled in the church. Decades before Piss Christ, They attacked our faith in their media.

          • Pelagian

            Wiki: “Friedkin was born in August 1935 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Raechael (née Green) and Louis Friedkin. His parents were Jewish immigrants from Ukraine.”

            Yawn.

      • Pelagian

        under a pried-open garage door…

    • I think he resides about here on ‘the line’.

      LMAO.

      • Katherine McChesney

        LOL squared.

      • David Ashton

        I have often wondered why the original version(s) of the hominid evolutionary process have not been attacked for racism by producing the “wrong” profiles of at least the final two examples in the sequence.

        • Romulus

          Conspicuously absent are the Cro-magnon, homo heidelbergensis, homo floriensis, the denisovans.

        • Although I’m sure that you’re referring to the way that our evolutionary ancestors have been represented visually (see some more modern/less flattering pictures below). Let me tell you that they’re also working on lumping together all the different hominids into one simple “humanity is just one big family Homo Erectus basket”.

          NatGeo had a news story that was internationally circulated about two weeks ago, which was presented on my evening news in the science segment as “proof” that humanity is all even more similar
          than previous thought. , where they had footage of the 1.8 million year old “skull 5” being dug out of the dirt in Georgia in 2005, fully intact to the applause to the large group of scientists watching.

          Google “Beautiful Skull Spurs Debate on Human History”, for the original story or “skull 5 discovery”.

          Where they presented the ‘theory’ (which of course was not stated in the news story) that Homo habilis, Homo rudolfensis and Homo Erectus, the species so far identified as existing worldwide in that era, might all represent a single species.

          The tone of the story made me feel like they’re trying to sweep all of our prehistorical ancestors away to show how connected we all are.
          So far we know that 6% of the DNA of Melanesians and
          Australian Aborigines derives from Denisovan hominin and 1–4%
          of Neanderthal DNA is present in all non African descended modern humans!
          Which genetically explains two low IQ groups problems away (not to mention alien phenotype) and can you imagine that we have different ‘monkey men’ contributing to different populations such as the Asian variations of Homo Erectus, and if they’re not proof of biological racial differences I don’t know what is.

          Re NatGeo’s political inclination, I remember looking up identical twins a while back after reading numerous articles about separated identical twins (see clones) leading extremely similar lives (Google “the Two Jims”) to the point where you have to deduct that there’s inherited genetic knowledge and genetic predetermination at play, but the NatGeo headline I found was something like “Identical Twins, how different they really are to each other”.
          Yeah right, so we’re the all same when it suits, then we’re all
          different when it’s convenient again, you sense that they’re just
          making this stuff up to suit agendas as they’re going along.

          At least they presented King Tut’s genome accurately, much to the annoyance of modern Egyptians.

          (I’m sure that I’ve seen people walking around of varying races who look like some of these hominids below).

      • JDInSanD

        You put him too high up. Both Homo habilis and Homo erectus knew how to produce well crafted tools and were self sufficient.

        • Franklin_Ryckaert

          Right, for that reason he should be placed between Australopithecus robustus and Homo erectus under the name Homo welfarensis.

        • In the aptitude test, Homo African Americanos got an AA head start, much to the annoyance of Homo Erectus, whose taxation to support H.Americanos’s breeding lead to his own extinction.

      • frederickdixon

        Brilliant!

      • Paleoconn

        Excellent composition, it cracked me up!

    • Pax Romana

      LOL!

    • Nine-year-old Dutch girl sings Puccini, American black shows Obama what position he is going to be in if invited to the Oval Office to be the orifice.

    • I like seeing this kind of “talent,” because it has a talent for making me a better racist.

    • Xerxes22

      At least no one can accuse that guy of acting White or stealing our culture.

    • Viv Jasper

      Ew. I think I vaguely remember fast forwarding through that guy’s “performance.”

    • Luca

      Clearly you have no ability to recognize rich, vibrant, urban talent.

    • Sangraal

      Good Lord…There’s something positively Lovecraftian about that image…

      • Sick of it

        He has a future in horror movies…

  • Jorge

    Amira sounds like a muslim name. The word “Amir” in Urdu, Arabic & Farsi means Wealthy!

    • Katherine McChesney

      My comment keeps getting censored. The name of Amira is Arab AND Hebrew. It means ‘princess’.

    • M.

      Yes, “Amira” is Arabic for “princess”. But regardless, that girl is definitely White.

    • Anglokraut

      Chances are far better that she has hippie-dippie parents who thought it would be tolerant and inclusive to name her something “exotic” or “modern”. My own silly-a** cousins did the same thing with their daughters: Madison, Mackenzie, and Nevaeh.

  • Johnny99

    You mean she’s NOT an aspiring rapper?

  • Den

    Truly incredible voice. Tears in my eyes

  • WASP

    It’s hard to believe that’s the voice of a 9-year old girl. She sounds like another Jackie Evancho, maybe better. Beautiful, thanks for posting.

    • seapeaMP

      Indeed another Jackie Evancho. Great stuff.

  • Anglokraut

    Keep her away from Disney!

  • Katherine McChesney

    Lovely. More proof that White culture is superior.

  • Danimalius

    Why can’t the hosts and audience just shut up and listen?

  • Pax Romana

    Just beautiful! For a longer version with subtitles, go here:

    http://www[DOT]youtube[DOT]com/watch?v=UEMR3A4WLC8

    • Brian

      She talks like a kid, but when she sings, something glorious and ancient comes forth. Love it!

  • This video makes me feel really good and racist. I like it.

    “If we are supposed to feel bad about all the awful things Whites have done, shouldn’t we feel good about all the great things Whites have done?”

    -Greg Johnson, Counter Currents Publishing

  • Luca

    So hard to believe those little lungs could produce such beautiful music.

    I watched the full Dutch version with translations. This little prodigy learned this beautiful song by herself without lessons or coaches.

    We need more beautiful White children in this world.

  • David Ashton

    That Dutch girl was brilliant. Anglo-American X Factor stuff seems to consist largely of singers shouting “Waaaah…” to loud noises, plus bits of soft-porn, and an overdose of “black” wiggling and jumping about.

  • Romulus

    Great clip, thanx amren. I could’ve done without the camera panning to the Asian in the theater audience and the half breed mulatto backstage.

    • IstvanIN

      There is a video of a song dedicated to King Willem Alexander for his ascension. It shows all sorts of “Dutch” people that in no way can be considered Dutch. Makes one sort of sick.

      • Romulus

        The left half of my brain tells me that the Dutch nation is being hopelessly polluted and the right side cannot process it. Even though I know what is going on, im still shocked to see spoons in Nordic countrys.

        • M.

          We all are, Romulus.

    • Anglokraut

      The best part about that shot was seeing the look of fear in their quasi-animal eyes. They knew they were up against a juggernaut.

  • MBlanc46

    It’s nice to see something positive for a change.

  • Sick of it

    And that’s the moment when everyone else left because they knew they had no chance against her. If they, and the judges, had any sense that is.

  • ViktorNN

    Let’s face it, Western Civilization really is the best.

    • Ellis Kurtz

      Actually, in science, invention, art and the art of governance, there are only two civilizations: Western Civilization and everything else. And everything else mostly sucks.

  • IstvanIN

    Such a beautiful voice and such wonderful songs, tragic we lost her so young.

    • Pelagian

      which reminds me, many radio stations are beginning to flip to Christmas music and we get to hear the “Merry Christmas, Darling,” which I never get tired of hearing

  • Marlin B. Newburn

    Sorry, but this beautiful little white girl has to be disqualified due to white privilege. Those are the new PC rules taught in our elementary schools here under the “common core” curriculum. Even our wonderful president endorses this social engineering insanity so get on the bandwagon and begin destroying dreams, people.

  • Defiant White

    King Obongo says: Bah . . . humbug . . . just another rich white girl showing off that her parents can afford singing lessons. Give me rap any day of the week. Rap is real . . . hos, drugs, killing, robbing . . . who needs old classical opera music from some dead YT? Keep it real, yo.

  • Spartacus

  • DaveMed

    Anyone else annoyed by the transition from her singing to the “Eye of the Tiger” song, or whatever it is?

    The stark difference between real European culture and today’s sorry excuse for it.

    (I’m not familiar with the Puccini piece, so if someone can enlighten me…)

    • Marlin B. Newburn

      The song is “O Mio Babbino Caro”, and it is a classic mainstay in opera, sung by females. Hit Youtube, and type in the title. You’ll get some great versions of the song.

  • Anglokraut

    I’m not a vocalist, but I’m a fairly competent clarinettist–at one time I was one of the best juvenile players in Ohio. I don’t consider 6/8 time to be terribly difficult–if anything, rolling triplets in a dupal meter is one of the easiest time signatures to perform. But I was always a top sight-reader, and things I thought were easy were often fairly difficult; that’s why you can’t teach talent!

  • Brian

    You ain’t kidding. I need to go back and watch the opera to cleanse this.

  • Fr. John+

    Again, this is both disingenuous as well as vocally damaging. The human voice can do wonders like this, but not in a child’s voice! And, most importantly, NOT WITH A MICROPHONE. This is a bastardization of Opera, Bel Canto, and the purity of a child’s vocal instrument. In a saner world, the parents would be told, “Go Home, and stop ruining your child’s voice.” But this is NOT a sane world…..

    • Pelagian

      I’m with you… this is either child abuse a la Jon Benet Ramsey , or it is a lip-synching trick. Why is everyone standing around slack-jawed? Is that what a child is supposed to do, do an impersonation of an adult’s voice? We rush maturity on absolutely every level in this sick society, including sexually.

  • Pelagian

    Lip-synched, anybody? I wouldnt put it past TV networks these days. Their revenues are falling and theyll do anything to gin up ratings.

    • Anglokraut

      You’re confusing the Dutch for the Chinese.

  • Paleoconn

    What a beautiful and talented child!

  • Anglokraut

    I only know of one Black opera singer–she’s trotted out every July 4th to sing on A Capitol Fourth. She’s like Punxsuatawney Phil.

    • Pelagian

      “She’s like Punxsuatawney Phil.” Well done.

  • NoMosqueHere

    She’s a beautiful white child, but her performance is a bit much for my ears.

  • TheEndGameIsNear

    This voice deserves better than garbage reality TV.