A video depicting President Obama feasting on the souls of a half-million people was reportedly projected onto buildings in downtown Moscow early Friday along with a message calling for him to be tried in international court.
Video footage uploaded to YouTube shows a computer-generated version of Mr. Obama picking up little spheres colored in the national flags of several countries and placing them in his mouth.
The president’s face gradually turns red and horns sprout from his head as he begins to chew and symbolically destroys the populations of Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Ukraine and Libya.
A death toll next to Mr. Obama’s face rises to 561,832 as the video concludes with a caption reading: “Obama, welcome to the Hague tribunal in 2016.”
The footage was projected onto a building in Moscow’s Pushking Square next to Russia’s first-ever McDonald’s location, then on a nearby wall not far from the British Embassy, according to the video clip uploaded by 60sec, a Russian documentary project.
RSN, a Russian news agency that first reported the projection, said that “many experts” believe coups, civil wars and civilian slayings in the countries shown in the clip were “organized by a direct or indirect participation of American political consultants … and NGOs, as well as directly on the orders of the U.S. president,” according to an English translation.
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Late last month, activists unfurled a three-story banner across from the U.S. Embassy in Moscow that showed Mr. Obama above the word “KILLER,” then projected the words “Obama killer” onto the American statehouse.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, who is running to succeed Mr. Obama, said Thursday that Russia is the “greatest threat” to U.S. national security, even more so than North Korea and China.
“Russia is trying to move the boundaries of the post-World War II Europe,” she said. “The way that [Russia] is trying to set European countries against one another, seizing territory, holding it in Crimea, beginning to explore whether they could make some inroads in the Baltics.”