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Subject: Re: A courageous, fascinating Stalinist


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An Observer
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Date Posted: 14:04:39 07/10/17 Mon
In reply to: Old Lion 's message, "Re: A courageous, fascinating Stalinist" on 13:13:18 07/10/17 Mon

Speaking of a high profile American who supports a brutal Russian dictatorship. . . .

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The Lion (To "An Observer")
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Date Posted: 22:41:31 07/18/17 Tue

That could be FDR, who gave away most of Europe to Stalin for NO good reason whatsoever as World War 2 was ending. But since you put it in the present tense, you must mean any one of the present-day "Democrats" who've been "colluding"
with Russia and Putin, like Bill (Monica Lewinsky) Clinton, who gave a speech in Moscow TODAY for a $500,000 bribe from the "brutal Russian dictatorship" you mentioned.

And why not since the U.S. Democrat Party has been an open agent of the Communist International Conspiracy since the Soviet Revolution 100 years ago.

Or you could be referring to John Kerry, a nauseating communist collaborator during and since the Vietnam War, or just plain nauseating Hillary, apparently a Maoist since she wears his pantsuits, but she'll take or give a bribe to any communist, or gun-runner or jihadist.

And then there's the worst president in history, of ANY country, Barack Obama, who rode the communist underground railroad right through 116th St. to the White House.

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Go Green
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Date Posted: 08:42:23 07/19/17 Wed


Stepping into the time machine and setting the coordinates for Yalta circa early 1945....

What exactly do you think FDR should have done? Neither the US nor England was in a position to engage the Red Army when the Nazis fell and there was still the matter of the Pacific to worry about...

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