Second largest political party in Russia supports Paul Golding

The second largest political party in Russia has posted a message of support for Paul Golding and the recent attempt to put him in prison for trumped-up charges.

The Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) is actually a right-wing nationalist and patriotic party led by Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who is the second most popular political leader in Russia, after Putin.

Paul visited Moscow in July and October 2019 at the invitation of the LDPR and gave a speech in the Russian parliament (Duma):

He also gave high profile interviews on Russian national TV and met with other journalists and politicians:

The LDPR has posted a statement of support on their website and social media calling for an end to the persecution of Paul Golding:

British politician Paul Golding, leader of the 'Britain First party, has been repressed in his homeland for cooperation with the Liberal Democratic Party and taking a pro-Russian position.

In October 2019, Paul Golding visited Moscow.

The politician laid flowers at the monument to the Unknown Soldier in the Alexander Garden, was admitted to the Liberal Democratic Party faction in the State Duma and the Central apparatus of the party, and also gave a number of interviews to Russian media, in which he sharply condemned Russophobia and the policy of sanctions, spoke out against liberal globalism, spoke out for a broad coalition all European patriotic forces, including Russia.

Upon returning home on October 23, 2019, Paul Golding was arrested at London Heathrow Airport.

British security officers demanded access to his computer and mobile phone, but he refused, after which he was arrested.

The leader of Britain First immediately rejected all charges of terrorism, all the more so since the security officers who had stopped him were forced to admit that they did not have reasonable suspicions for his detention.

However, a London Westminster court recently convicted Paul Gold under Schedule 7 of the UK Terrorism Act 2000 for refusing to provide access to his gadgets.

The LDPR strongly condemns the far-fetched accusations of the British authorities and demands that Paul Golding be freed from unlawful prosecution!

The article in Russian:

Британский политик Пол Голдинг, лидер партии «Британия прежде всего» подвергнут репрессиям у себя на родине за сотрудничество с ЛДПР и пророссийскую позицию

В октябре 2019 года Пол Голдинг посетил Москву. Политик возложил цветы к памятнику Неизвестному солдату в Александровском саду, был принят во фракции ЛДПР в Государственной Думе и Центральном аппарате партии, а также дал ряд интервью российским СМИ, в которых резко осудил русофобию и политику санкций, высказался против либерального глобализма, выступил за широкую коалицию всех европейских патриотических сил, в том числе и с Россией.

По возвращении домой 23 октября 2019 года Пол Голдинг был арестован в лондонском аэропорту Хитроу. Британские офицеры безопасности потребовали доступ к его компьютеру и мобильному телефону, но получили отказ, после чего британский политик был арестован.

Лидер партии «Британия прежде всего» сразу же отверг все обвинения в терроризме, тем более что остановившие его офицеры безопасности были вынуждены признать, что у них не было обоснованных подозрений для его задержания.

Тем не менее, недавно Вестминстерский суд Лондона осудил Пола Голдинга согласно приложению 7 британского Закона о терроризме 2000 за отказ предоставить доступ к своим гаджетам.

ЛДПР решительно осуждает надуманные обвинения британских властей и требует освободить Пола Голдинга от незаконного преследования!

Britain First HQ and Paul Golding would like to express their thanks for the continued support of the LDPR and their leader, Vladimir Zhirinovsky.

Once the coronavirus lockdown has subsided in Moscow, Paul plans to return to this great city to visit the Duma and the LDPR once again.

Да здравствуют Россия и Британия!

Long live Britain and Russia!

This is a link to the article in question:

https://ldpr.ru/event/88193



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