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January 14, 2006

Taking Russian Foreign Policy Seriously

And Putin wonders why it is so hard to take Russia and Russian foreign policy seriously:

Speaking with Pravda this week, [Russian Liberal and Democratic Party politician Vladimir]Zhirinovsky chastised Rice for calling on Russia to "act responsibly" in supplying natural gas to Ukraine.

The fascistic pol attributed that "coarse anti-Russian statement" to Rice being "a single woman who has no children."

"If she has no man by her side at her age, he will never appear," Zhirinovsky ranted on. "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," he added. "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."


(Via Drudge)


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Pfff. What a jerk.

Posted by: Amanda at January 14, 2006 03:09 PM

"Vova Zhirinovsky's Tips for Psychological Well-Being" - wasn't that on the list of the world's shortest books?

Posted by: The Liberal Media at January 15, 2006 07:49 AM

This is hitting on women, Rissian-style.

Posted by: Campagna at January 16, 2006 01:01 PM

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