Pravda, in one of the more bizarre editorials in a long time, touts First Lady Michelle Obama as the better Obama to sit in the Oval Office. An excerpt:
“While Barack Obama insulted the Nobel Prize and the international community with his sickening act of murder in Libya, bombing an African brother relentlessly, spending hundreds of millions of dollars siding with Islamist terrorists, his wife Michelle encourages the world’s youth to respect human rights, women’s rights and attack gender violence.
What a difference! While Barack Obama willingly entered the sickening game NATO is playing in Libya, attacking a sovereign nation whose armed forces were defending themselves against Islamist terrorists, who themselves fought against American and British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan (the “rebel” leader, Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi was arrested for being a member of Al-Qaeda and himself has admitted that he recruited the Benghazi Islamist terrorists to be suicide bombers in Iraq and to fight NATO in Afghanistan), his wife Michelle uses her position intelligently and behaves in a way that the international community would expect and respect – speaking out for women’s rights, for inclusion, against racism and against gender based violence.
Now why wasn’t Michelle Obama elected President of the United States of America? She is a credit to her country, she is a credit to her gender, she is a credit to her race and she is the embodiment of how Humankind feels at the beginning of the Third Millennium. It matters not whether she writes her own speeches: she stands up before hundreds of young people at Universities and Churches around the world and speaks about the future for generations of young people, a future we all hope to see and a future millions of us have spent decades striving for.
In her visit to the South African township of Soweto, Michelle Obama paid homage to the young Africans who fought for their rights against Apartheid. What she did not not say was that the man her husband is trying to kill – Muammar al-Qathafi – did more to help the Black South Africans than any other leader; indeed he has done more than any other international leader to bring prosperity, healthcare programmes and e-learning programmes to the African continent – for free.
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