SPECIAL REPORT EUROPE RENAISSANCE EXCLUSIVE: The Orthodox Church Ukraine (OCU) temple in the Ivano-Frankivsk region has come under attack by Kyiv’s heavies using smoke bombs and nerve gas to attack and banish praying parishioners and their praying clergy.
Looks like Zelensky’s goons will not get it without a fight. The clock is ticking towards high noon as Zelensky’s anti-Christ regime persecution apparatus squares off against the monks of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) in the Kiev-Pechersk super cathedral.
It is commonly thought that the buying and selling of human beings, who are then used as their owner wishes, is a thing of the past.
Where mass demonstrations failed and insurrection was found wanting many a regime was brought crashing to the ground by ridicule. The royal houses of Britain could shrug off criticism by the bucketful but what the ruling elite fear most is ridicule.
Recently, a high-profile Russian public figure, Boris Korchevnikov, posted his theory about how Russia can increase its ethnic population and encourage the creation and growth of traditional families. Boris is the General Director and General Producer of Russia’s first public Orthodox TV channel, Spas TV, and a member of the Public Chamber of Russia.
On Sunday, October 23, Patriarch Kirill consecrated the Annunciation Cathedral of the Diveevo Convent and called upon the faithful to pray for the retreat of hostilities to St. Seraphim of Sarov, whose name is inseparably linked to the history of the Convent.
October 30 is a day when Russians recall those who fell victim to political repressions in the Bolshevik period of the USSR. The repressions, triggered off by the 1917 October Wall Street-sponsored regime change, were directed against the nobility, the well-to-do peasants, and other social groups. But what the Bolsheviks actually unleashed against the Russian Orthodox Church, amounted to a full-scale war of annihilation. From its very first days, the Soviet state sought to completely destroy the Orthodox Church and did it with unbelievable cruelty.
Truly great men often find that life’s practicalities get in the way of their more Utopian inclinations. Henry Ford, the great American industrialist and pioneer of the motoring class must have been a very enigmatic man.
During my stay in Sochi, we had a cool opportunity: to take a walk around the dacha (country villa) of the leader himself. It was a long drive, and stuffy, crowded public transport with Formula 1 drivers was not much fun. But we thought it would be worth it.
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.