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Obama is Illegal President, Says Pravda Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Jul 8, 2012, 11:09 PM
Who could ever predict that Pravda, a propaganda newspaper that praised former Russian Communist leaders, Lenin and Stalin, would one day publish an editorial to denounce a Leftist, Socialist-leaning U.S. President of the United States of America.

Perhaps, conservative Republicans can finally discover some common ground with the new Russian media and their critical stance against Barack Obama.

Pravda reports that, “American politicians and the media are lying to the American people. They do so because they hope their complicity in the greatest fraud in U.S. history will be overtaken by events, that is, the 2012 election. It is the Big Stall to cover up the Big Lie.”

The Russian newspaper describes the alleged fraud of Obama as “vranyo,” a Russian word, which is loosely defined as “telling a white lie or a semi-truth. It may contain fantasy or involve the suppression of unpleasant parts of the truth.”

According to Pravda, “in regards to Obama’s ineligibility and his alleged felonies, politicians and the media expect the American people to respond in this way: ‘You know that you are lying, and you know that I know that you are lying, but we both smile and nod in agreement.”

Lawrence Sellin, a PhD, had written the editorial for Pravda. He is a retired colonel 29 years of service in the U.S. Army Reserve and a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq.

To read the entire article from Pravda, link here:

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