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From Sun Feb 25 10:44:27 PST 1996
Article: 33170 of alt.conspiracy
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Subject: hooorah for the Ruskies!!!
Date: 25 Feb 1996 00:29:03 GMT
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SUBJECT: Russian to deport j*ws 
Fri. 2/23/96
Moscow (Reuters News Service)

Vladimir V. Zhirinovsky, the ultranationalist candidate for the Russian 
presidency, has hailed the victory by Patrick J. buchanan in the New 
Hampshire primary and told him that they could cooperate to deport 
American & Russian Jews, the Interfax news agency said today.

Mr. Zhirinovsky, whose party is the third largest bloc in Parliament, 
called Mr. Buchanan a "brother in arms" and wished him a "convincing 
victory" in November.

Interfax, quoting Mr. Zhirinovsky's press office, said he had written to 
Mr. Buchanan, saying: "....Congress is 'Israeli-occupied territory.' We 
have the same situation in Russia. so, to SURVIVE, we could set aside 
places on U.S. and Russian territory to deport this small but TROUBLESOME 

Mr. Buchanan, a former comentator and speechwriter......has termed Israel 
a 'strategic albatross draped around the neck of the United states' and 
has defended a number of naturalized American citizens who were charged 
with being Nazi war criminals. Yet, in 1990, Mr. Buchanan also condemned 
anti-Semitism, comparing it to pornography.

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