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Russia's Liberal Democratic Party

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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 29 Apr 2009, 02:31
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Post 01 Jun 2009, 23:30
I don't have much knowledge of this party's platform, but I have read about its solidarity with the DPRK. A press release from February 2009 published by the KCNA confirms that it is a progressive force that stands in solidarity with the socialist states and the anti-imperialist struggle:

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http://www.kcna.co.jp/item/2009/200902/ ... -05ee.html
V. Zhirinovsky, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, met the DPRK ambassador to Russia on Feb. 19.

He sincerely hoped that the industrious and sincere Korean people would make great achievements in the struggle to implement the tasks laid down in the joint New Year editorial under the wise guidance of General Secretary Kim Jong Il when referring to the struggle of the Korean people in building a great prosperous and powerful nation.

The worldwide financial crisis proves the validity of the line of economic construction of the DPRK which has developed the economy on the principle of self-reliance guided by the Juche idea, he said, noting that the DPRK's method of economic construction should be followed by the world.

The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia fully supports the just stand of the Workers' Party of Korea to achieve the reunification of the country and wishes the Korean people success in their just cause to build a great prosperous and powerful socialist nation under the Songun leadership of Kim Jong Il, he stressed.
"Mama, I've sworn to myself not to chase girls until we've knocked off the bourgeoisie in the whole world."---Pavel Korchagin
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 07 Oct 2004, 22:04
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Post 02 Jun 2009, 07:25
How can you be Russian and not know the platform of LDPR and the personality of that clown Zhirinovsky?
LDPR is a dangerous ultranationalist/populist mix. They are not a 'progressive force' and KCNA claiming this works to discredit them.
"The thing about capitalism is that it sounds awful on paper and is horrendous in practice. Communism sounds wonderful on paper and when it was put into practice it was done pretty well for what they had to work with." -MiG
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 29 Apr 2009, 02:31
Unperson
Post 02 Jun 2009, 23:41
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How can you be Russian

Because I am not Russian.

According to the evidence presented by KCNA, the Liberal Democratic Party is to some extent a progressive force that stands in solidarity with the socialist states.
"Mama, I've sworn to myself not to chase girls until we've knocked off the bourgeoisie in the whole world."---Pavel Korchagin
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Defected to the U.S.S.R.: 17 Jul 2006, 00:10
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Post 03 Jun 2009, 22:11
as far as i hear our Slovene National Party is an offshoot copy of LDPR. similar populist platform, political tactics, strongly visible figurehead, sympathies with the former communist regime and, sadly, constant support for the one in power, regardless of his colours. leaders of both parties know each other and have participated in baghdad "solidarity with iraq" summit in 2002. in short yes, on some issues both parties are progressive and sadly this is because of their populist nature. they should be supported only if there is no other alternative left like in case of slovenia.
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