Zhirinovsky said that the Bolsheviks should "kneel"
The leader of LDPR, the Deputy of the state Duma Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that the Bolsheviks should "kneel before the Russian people". A statement published in his telegram channel.
"The Russian Bolsheviks must kneel before the Russian people for what they are so much trouble and grief brought over the 73 years of the Soviet regime," wrote Zhirinovsky. Thus it will be possible not only to accept the blame for the "destruction of millions of people", but to redeem it, the MP said.
Zhirinovsky suggested that in the modern world many peoples have to kneel for the "misdeeds of their rulers and States."
"White Americans need to kneel not just to blacks, but Indians, whom they destroyed. Britons before Indians, Chinese, Africans. The Belgians – before the Africans, especially the inhabitants of the Congo. The French – before the Africans, Vietnamese. The Germans and Japanese – the whole world. Turks to Kurds and Armenians. Arabs to Kurds. Poles, Swedes, French, Germans, Mongolians – before the Russian. The Persians over neighboring peoples (Georgians in the first place)," — said the Deputy.
In his opinion, the same should be done by Chinese officials, "to destroy their fellow citizens during the "cultural revolution" and the Russian Bolsheviks.
Earlier cities in the United States, a wave of protests and unrest after the death in Minneapolis at the hands of police George Floyd. In the Internet appeared the video, which police put the handcuffs Floyd, knocked him down and piled on top of him, the three of us, and one of them stepped on his knee on the neck. Floyd on video several times says that he can not breathe, then fades. He died in intensive care. After the riots, fired four police officers and one of them was accused of murder.
In the network appeared the video, as the police become on one knee in front of the protesters in American cities engulfed by unrest. On the knee in memory of the dead was also down, the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, who took part in demonstrations against racism and police brutality in Ottawa.