The Russian Newspaper, Pravda, Comments On Barack Obama’s 2012 Re-election

Russian Newspaper Comments On Obama’s 2012 Re-Election!

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Pravda, a prominent Russian newspaper, says Obama was re-elected in 2012 by an “illiterate society.” While Soviet American and Sovereign American newspapers will not call Obama a Communist, Pravda, which was founded by Communists in the former Soviet Union, has no reservations about labeling Obama a Communist. Moreover, it appears that Communist politicians are now far more popular in Soviet America than in the former Soviet Union!

Russian Newspaper Also Commented On Obama’s 2008 Election!

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Recall that, shortly after Obama was elected President in 2008, Stanislav Mishin wrote an article in the English version of Pravda titled, “American capitalism gone with a whimper.” Mishin’s work was quoted extensively in the 2010 book, Welcome to Soviet America. For four years the former Soviet newspaper has been exposing Obama while Soviet American newspapers have been protecting him. Russians cannot understand why Americans have not learned from the disastrous mistakes made by the Russians (not to mention the Chinese, Cubans, Vietnamese, Cambodians, etc., who have been foolish enough to embrace socialism/fascism with a police state.)

Warning to Federal Employees:

Obey The Constitution? No! Obey Obama? Yes!

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Like Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler before him, Obama is tightening the noose not just around the necks of the people outside of government, but also around the necks of civil servants within government.

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