Re: Zhirinovski On dollar
- From: "Dmitry" <dmitrijsfedotovs@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: 16 Jan 2006 10:25:37 -0800
> To continue today's comical relief.. for educational purposes:
> "Russian MP Says US Secretary of State Rice Badly Needs Male Company
> She has the world at her feet, but no man in life, and that makes U.S.
> Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice incomplete, claims Russian
> politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
> According to this Russia's Liberal and Democratic Party leader, Rice
> has no business to tell Moscow to "act responsibly" in supplying
> natural gas to Ukraine.
> Describing Rice as a cruel woman who had failed to attract the
> attention of men, Zhirinovsky was quoted by the New York Daily News as
> saying "If she has no man by her side at her age, he will never
> appear. Condoleezza Rice needs a company of soldiers. She needs to be
> taken to barracks where she would be satisfied.
> "Condoleezza Rice is a very cruel, offended woman who lacks men's
> attention. Such women are very rough. They can be happy only when they
> are talked and written about everywhere: 'Oh, Condoleezza, what a
> remarkable woman, what a charming Afro-American lady! How well she can
> play the piano and speak Russian!'
> "Complex-prone women are especially dangerous. They are like
> malicious mothers-in-law, women that evoke hatred and irritation with
> everyone. Everybody tries to part with such women as soon as possible.
> A mother-in-law is better than a single and childless political
> persona, though," Zhirinovsky added.
> A State Department spokesman said Rice is not ready to "dignify the
> article with a response."
> Zhirinovsky has in the past praised Hitler and encouraged the use of
> nuclear weapons.He has even suggested arming every Russian."
7 years earlier:
In Moscow on Tuesday, the world's first post-modernist politician,
Vladimir Wolfovich Zhirinovsky, held what amounted to a one-man
demonstration against U.S. President William Jefferson Clinton.
Standing outside the hotel where Mr. Clinton was staying, Mr.
Zhirinovsky explained to the television cameras that as a "native
Muscovite" (not true) he had more right than Mr. Clinton to be standing
on the city's central boulevard, Tverskaya. Mr. Zhirinovsky lifted his
shaggy head toward what he imagined was the presidential suite and let
loose with a string of expletives characterizing Mr. Clinton's
unworthiness, which were rather feebly bleeped out by editors who
clearly enjoyed this brief distraction from grimmer matters. Mr.
Zhirinovsky then set fire to a one-dollar bill, shouting, "We don't
need this crap. It's entangled the whole world."
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