Phrases described in red letters appear to be true.
It is not simply a meteorite fall. Phrases described in red letters in the previous article will provide you with helpful information. Although NASA reportedly had never recognized the meteorite fall at all, this remark, on the contrary, shows that NASA was involved with this incident.
February 17, 2013
English translation of a Japanese version of The Voice of Russia (JP): February 15, 2013 –
Liberal Democratic Party of Russia Leader Criticizes US on Meteorite Fall over Urals
Photo: RIA Novosti
Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) Leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky claims that what happened in Urals is not a meteorite fall but the experiment of a weapon by the U.S.
Mr. Zhirinovsky, who is most known for giving abnormal remarks, told reporters: “This is not a meteorite fall but the experiment of a new weapon by the U.S. On Monday, Secretary State Department John Kerry tried to contact with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in order to give a warning about it. However, Foreign Minister Lavrov was travelling in foreign countries. The warning is the act of provocation by the U.S., which is likely to have influence on Russia, too.”
According to Mr. Zhirinovsky, the universe is the universe, which has its own rules. “Nothing falls there. If something falls, it is done by humanity. Humanity is the instigator and challenger of war,” he says.
Before this incident, the U.S. State Department announced that Secretary John Kerry had not been able to get contact with Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov for three days. Foreign Minister Lavrov is on a visit to Africa now. According to the State Department, Secretary John Kerry wanted to talk about North Korean situation and Syrian situation. Although Russian Foreign Ministry received inquiry about urgent telephone talk from the U.S. on February 12, the Ministry judged that it was impossible because Foreign Minister Lavrov busied himself with a visit to Africa. Reportedly, the Minister told it to the U.S. side.