For discussion of the background of this particular misrule (the grammatical one), see "Hot Dryden-on-Jonson action", 5/1/2007, with some additional syntactic background here. But please don't cite the alleged Churchill quote about "arrant nonsense up with which I will not put" — it's syntactically bogus ("A Churchill story up with which I will no longer put", 12/8/2004), and not original to Churchill ("Churchill vs. editorial nonsense").
Feel free to go ahead and re-tell the old joke whose punch line is something like "So where are y'all from, bitch?". But if you can think of a new joke about clause-final prepositions, that would be much better — I'm impressed that the creator of this video managed it.
Speculation is welcome about whether there's a German counterpart to the English prohibition of clause-final prepositions, or indeed any German equivalent to the whole English culture of Word Rage. (Though in this video, of course, the rage is all on the other side.)
[Update: I should have mentioned that over the past few months, there have been dozens or even hundreds of satirically subtitled versions of this scene.]