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Christianity in a big way is back to stay in Russia

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During the Romanov period (1613-1922) the banking houses of Wall Street New York, Frankfurt am Maine and London were alien to all things Russian. Before the Russian Tragedy in 1917 the population of Imperial Russia stood at 182 million.

However, the 1990 census revealed that Russia’s population had dramatically reduced to just 143 million during and after the Soviet occupation of Russia. In 1914, before the Bolshevik seizure of Imperial Russia, there were listed 54,174 Christian churches, 25,593 chapels, 1,025 monasteries, military churches and cemetery chapels. By 1987 only 6,893 churches and 15 monasteries remained.

During the Jewish martyrdom of the Orthodox Church the clergy of Western churches remained silent, the media was complicit, and capitalism that traded with the USSR flourished. ‘Almost all Soviet technology, perhaps 90–95 per cent came directly or indirectly from the United States and its allies. In effect, the United States and the NATO countries built the Soviet Union and its industrial and military capabilities. The massive construction job began soon after the Revolution in 1917. It has been carried out through trade and the sale of plants, equipment and technical assistance.’ – Anthony C Sutton

Lenin, head of the communist party and head of the Soviet state, issued a decree in which he proclaimed anti-Semites as traitors and enemies of the proletariat.

This is testimony to the attitude of the Soviet government to the Jews, only Bolshevik Jewry destroyed the Christian churches. Throughout the Soviet Union, Jewish synagogues remained untouched. The Bolsheviks mass murdered, sent to the Gulag penal colonies or local prisons only Christian clergy and the adherents of the Church. Jewish rabbis walked freely and were inviolable.

In Russia, merely for celebrating Christian holidays, such as Christmas, Christians were too terrified to perform their Christian rites and follow the customs of the Orthodox Faith. Those who prevailed were martyred.

According to the official report of Alexander Yakovlev, from 1917 to 1985, as many as 200,000 clergymen of various denominations were murdered in the Soviet Union, and a further 300,000 were imprisoned. In this fight, various Bolsheviks, especially J. Jaroslawski (Miniej Izraelilewicz Gubelman), stood out particularly strongly for many years, leading the incredibly aggressive Union of the Bad Fellows.


According to estimates by exiled professor of statistics I. A. Kurganov, from 1917 to 1959, and excluding war losses, only terrorist destruction, suppression, hunger, the high mortality in the camps, and the subsequent low birth rate, cost us 66.7 million people (The Gulag Archipelago, part 3, Chapter 1). ‘Control of the media is in the hands of the perpetrators.’ ~ Alexander Solzhenitsyn.)


Christianity’s second coming in Russia 

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  1. The Crucifixion of Christ on April1 [ April fools day ]

    And know thou also that Christ dwelt [Fol. 43b, col. 2] in Mary, and suffered in Nazareth, and was born in Bethlehem, and was laid in a manger, and was carried by Simeon in the Temple of Solomon, and was reared in Galilee, and was anointed by Mary Magdalene, and ate the Passover in the house of Nicodemus, the brother of Joseph of Râmethâ, and was bound in the house of Hannân, and was struck with a reed in the house of Caiaphas, and embraced the pillar and was scourged with a whip in the Prætorium of Pilate, and on Friday, on the first day of Nîsân (April 1 ), on the fourteenth day of the moon, our Redeemer suffered.

    Day 1, Nisan 1, New years day in Israel’s calendar, Exodus 12:2 “This month shall be unto you the beginning of months: it shall be the first month of the year to you.”

    The ordinances about the New Year of the Jewish calendar — the messengers that were sent out from Jerusalem — and at which period of the year the world is divinely judged
    One may read something into the following –

    Jewish Holidays 2014

    Tuesday, April 01, 1st of Nisan, 5774

    4/1/2014 Tue, Rosh Chodesh Nisan

    Fri, 01 April 2022 at sundown (1st of Nisan, 5782)

    Christ was crucified on a Friday.

    “A day is with the Lord as a thousand years.” 2Peter 3:8

    Two thousand years have gone and it is now early into the 3rd day.

    Mark 8:31 “Christ killed and after 3 days rise again.”


    The most popular theory about the origin of April Fool’s Day involves the French calendar reform of the sixteenth century.

    The theory goes like this: In 1564 France reformed its calendar, moving the start of the year from the end of March to January 1. Those who failed to keep up with the change, who stubbornly clung to the old calendar system and continued to celebrate the New Year during the week that fell between March 25th and April 1st, had jokes played on them. Pranksters would surreptitiously stick paper fish to their backs. The victims of this prank were thus called Poisson d’Avril, or April Fish — which, to this day, remains the French term for April Fools — and so the tradition was born.

    “Today the Gentile Christians who claim of holy right have been led in the wrong path. We, of the Jewish Faith have tried for centuries to teach the Gentiles a Christ never existed, and that the story of the Virgin and of Christ is, and always has been, a fictitious lie. In the near future, when the Jewish people take over the rule of the United States, legally under our god, we will create a new education system, providing that our god is the only one to follow, and proving that the Christ story is a fake…Christianity will be abolished.” (M.A. Levy, Secretary of the World League of Liberal Jews, in a speech in Los Angeles, California, August, 1949)


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