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Friday, May 14, 2010

2010 Moscow Victory Day Parade and the US Army was There

This past March we posted a column by Russian authority Kim Zigfeld criticizing the Obama administration for sending, for the first time ever, American soldiers to "march in the infamous military parade through Red Square alongside the neo-Soviet army of proud KGB spy Vladimir Putin."

Zigfeld warned that the spectacle of American troops marching alongside the troops of the Russian regime would send a chilling message to those oppressed by a government led by veterans of the KGB:
"Make no mistake about how Russians will understand this event. Putin will say to them: “You see, not only will they not help you fight for democracy, they will march against you. They will help me crush you.”
The following are highlights of the parade in Red Square. The U.S. Army's 18th Infantry Regiment, stationed in Baumholder, Germany, can be seen at 07:03 on the video. The socialist governments of France and the United Kingdom also sent military units.

Stalin would be proud of Comrade Obama.

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