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November 18, 1994 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-18

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that neither he nor his Liberal
Democratic Party has formally
taken a position on the Jewish
minority.
Mr. Zhirinovsky addressed the
United Nations Correspondents
Association, following a speech to
the World Affairs Council in San
Francisco.
At the United Nations, when
asked whether he thought the
Jewish minority was playing a
positive role in Russia, he replied,
"I can't say they are playing a pos-
itive role. They are playing a neg-
ative role.
"We are patriots of the state,
but the majority of those who wel-
comed the destruction of the state
are those who represent the Jew-
ish minority," he said.
Mr. Zhirinovsky then pro-
ceeded to distance himself from
this statement, as he did from his
similar remarks.
"This is not my position. This
is the position of the people," he
said.
Continuing in his original vein,
he said that Russia's "new busi-
ness structures are held mostly
by Jewish people. Lots of people
understand that a lot of money
in these structures are criminal.
This explains our opposition to
these criminal structures.
"This is not our position. This
is the position of the people," he
repeated.
Similarly, Mr. Zhirinovsky put
the blame on "present propagan-
da" for saying that "the October
Revolution in 1917 was made by
those who had been mostly Jew-
ish.
"But this is not our word. This
is the word of propaganda.
The propaganda is saying the
previous regime is a cruel regime
— that is why they are against
those who made this revolution.
"That is why I would like only
to explain what happened.
When we are asked why there
is anti-Semitism in Russia, we
say this is why. We are giving the
reason," he said.
Mr. Zhirinovsky again denied
repeated reports that his father
is Jewish.
"If you find me Jewish parents,
I would be happy to embrace him,
kiss him, but unfortunately all
my relatives are Russian. I would
be happy to have any relatives of
any nationality," he said.
But the Russian parliamen-
tarian, whose party captured 23
percent of the vote in last De-
cember's elections, was forthright
about his desire to serve as his
country's dictator.
Asked whether he saw any
common ground with Russian
President Boris Yeltsin, he
praised the new Russian consti-
tution for providing for a "strong
authoritarian regime," which he
lamented has not yet come to
pass.
"This is the only way to resolve
the present crisis," he said.

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