Everyone owes millions to Vladimir Zhirinovsky
Leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) Vladimir Zhirinovsky totally supports the lawsuit that was filed by Russian-speaking immigrants against the successors of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Zhirinovsky is demands $23 million from Germany and Turkey. The LDPR leader stated his demands at a press conference in the Russian Consulate General Office in New York.
Vladimir Zhirinovsky did not miss a chance poke at the Communist Party of the Russian Federation. He definitely enjoys the ovation that he is receiving in America for such acts. “The activity of the communist party was aimed at both against Russians and Jews; the communists are guilty of World War II; the communists are the main obstacle for Russia’s cooperation with the world community; blah blah blah.” Zhirinovsky stated that the communists must pay everything; he even knows where they keep the money.
In the speech that he delivered in New York, Zhirinovsky claimed that Germany owes him six million dollars, while Turkey owes 17 million dollars. He said that he should be paid six million dollars for each member of his family that was killed during the Word War II. He explained the sum of 17 million dollars in the following way: “One million dollars for every day of my illegal stay in jail for giving the badges of my country to my Turkish friends.” He claimed that Turkey has a fascist criminal code: “they decided to charge me for the communist propaganda.”
Tax-payers need to think twice before inviting Zhirinovsky to their country. Latvia decided against this guest and refused to grant him a visa. Vremya Novostey recalled Zhirinovsky’s words on Latvian television: “My relations with Latvia have gotten better! I am not against Latvia! No one has a wish to seize Latvia. I used to have a lot of pleasure resting in Yurmala every year. Latvia is my climate. I like it there. Let some Latvian woman have my baby. I am ready to be responsible for a child from a Latvian woman.”
Pyotr Bely PRAVDA.Ru
Translated by Dmitry Sudakov