(chrisTwire)—Known as the man who brought socialism to the internet, former soviet Premiere Eduard Khil died Monday at the age of 77. He had been hospitalized in St. Petersburg since a stroke in early April that left him with severe brain damage. The stroke was the cause of his death, said Tatyana Mamedova of Petersburg-Kontsert, which organized Khil’s concerts.
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to Khil’s wife and son.
Eduard Khil was a rising star in the politburo in the 60’s and 70’s and his song I am glad “I Am Glad, ‘Cause I’m Finally Returning Back Home” was one of his popular hits. In in 1976 he replaced the lyrics about a cowboy riding across a prairie while his sweetheart knitted stockings for him with subliminal messages designed to corrupt the mind s of western teenagers.
In 2010 the propaganda was uploaded to the you tubes, once there kids, tricked by the underlying hidden message were forced to make this the first ever “viral video”. Spreading like Ebola does amongst afro-saxxons, the video inspired legions of people to vote for the socialist Obama and to gather in rally’s called the occupy movement.
In other communist news:
Horse faced woman to host Obama dinner.
The woman who is a hybrid horse and human foot named Sarah Jessica Parker is hosting a dinner with the Obamas. In a new, flirty Obama campaign TV ad, which first aired Sunday during the MTV Movie Awards she neighs: “That guy — President Obama — and Michelle are coming to my house for dinner on June 14. And I want you to be there, too,” Parker tells viewers in the clip. She also invites participation in a fundraising sweepstakes “because we need him and he needs us.”
She needs Obama like she needs a saddle and some oats.
In other animal news:
Foreigners create dead cat Kamikazie Helicopters.
Foreigners suck, they really do. They only hate us and with to crash flying things into us. The Chinese did it at Pearl Harbor, the Arabs did it to us in 9/11, and now the Europeans are turning dead cats into killer suicide bombers.
Most people would feel incredibly sad if their cat was run over and killed, and eventually they might consider adopting another kitty. Dutch artist Bart Jansen mourned his departed feline, Orville, a different way: by stuffing the cat and turning him into a radio-controlled death device.
Warning the following video is rated E for evil. It contains felines, dead animals, foreigners and hate speech towards America. Women, children, and the elderly should refrain from watching.