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Russian Students Call on UN to Stop Obama’s "Aggression" (Video)

Students during several Russian universities have expelled a video summary in that they call on a United Nations to stop a “aggression” of U.S. President Barack Obama and direct that he be prosecuted for “the thousands of lives he has taken.”

“We titillate a United Nations to take evident movement to stop a charge of a U.S. president, and ask The Hague to examine a actions of Barack Obama,” a students pronounced in a video interest to a United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, posted on YouTube on Thursday.

The video had collected 35,000 views as of Friday afternoon. The video was initial posted in Russian though a chronicle with English subtitles was uploaded later.

The video shave facilities groups of immature people representing a series of aloft institutions around Russia including Stavropol State University, Kabardino-Balkarian State University, Financial University underneath a Government of a Russian Federation, and a Higher School of Economics.

According to a students, a U.S. unfamiliar process is “the categorical hazard to tellurian civilization.”

“We unequivocally do not know because a United States, represented by a president, insincere a purpose of a world’s judge, because a U.S. doesn’t bear shortcoming for thousands of lives taken from a adults of Libya, Yugoslavia, Iraq, Syria and other countries, a government of that a U..S has regularly violated,” pronounced Yekaterina Kononenko, a second-year tyro of Astrakhan State University who uploaded a video.

When contacted on Wednesday, a universities whose students featured in a shave pronounced that they weren’t wakeful of this movement and had zero to do with it.

“We have most no information, we are perplexing to get a sum from a colleagues during a Nizhny Novgorod campus, as a video was filmed with a trademark in a background,” a Higher School of Economics’s press use pronounced in a response to The Moscow Times’ request.

According to information published on their amicable network profiles, some of a participants are members of a pro-Kremlin Molodaya Gvardiya girl group.

The mouthpiece for Molodaya Gvardiya Oxana Tkacheva reliable to The Moscow Times that Kononenko was an active member of Astrakhan’s Molodaya Gvardiya, though denied any impasse in a video.

“It was a students’ beginning and they organised all themselves,” Tkacheva said.

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Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/559314.html

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