Shock Claim: US Tested New Weapon, No Meteor in Chelyabinsk â Russian LibDem leader
February 18th, 2013
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The firebrand Russian Liberal Democrat leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky claims that no meteor fell in the Urals on Friday, but rather the US was testing a new weapon.
âYouâre like some primitive tribe. What meteorite?âÂ he said, arguing that space is aÂ âuniverse that has its own laws.â
Zhirinovsky, more known for clownish political outrage rather than his actual political platform, added:Â âWhen something falls â itâs man-made. People are warmongers and provocateurs.â
Earlier in the week, US Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly tried and failed to reach Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov by telephone for two consecutive days. The State Department said that Kerry wanted to discuss the recentÂ North Korean nuclear test, as well as the conflict in Syria.
However, Zhirinovsky claimed that the top US diplomatÂ âwanted to warn Lavrov about the plot and that it may affect Russia,â RIA Novosti reported.
Zhirinovsky, the perennial provocateur who is no stranger to controversy, set the Russian blogosphere alight following his latest off the wall accusation.
Keen to challenge Zhirinovskyâs grip on reality, sandro737 commented on Echo Moskvy:Â âItâs not a joke anymore, itâs a[psychiatric]Â diagnosis.â
User metalag soon responded:Â âLet me clarify your diagnosisÂ â [Zhirinovsky]Â is not a fool, heâs a jester.â
He also drew in his fair share of supporters.
âThose who criticize Zhirinovsky donât understand simple matters. Everything he says is possible.
We know little about the nature of modern military weaponry, and who can guarantee that NATO is not conducting a new trial,âÂ another user on Lenta.ru commented.
On Thursday, Moscow confirmed that on February 12 it had received Washingtonâs request to organize an urgent phone conversation between Kerry and Lavrov.
The Foreign Ministry said, however, that State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland was âinaccurate with her statementsâ regarding their inability to get in touch with Lavrov for two days.
âUnfortunately, the conversation could not be held because of the intensive schedule of the Russian foreign minister and his working tour to African countries,â Foreign Ministry spokesperson Alexander Lukashenko said.
âWe informed the US about this at once. But no new requests were made either February 13 or another day,â the diplomat added.
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