Archive for May, 2015


May 29, 2015

Sofia Fede Amore Speranza

Q: Your writing seems to have become less apocalyptic and more optimistic in the last 10-15 years or so, why is that?

A: In the 70s, 80s and 90s, we thought that was probably it, that there was little hope for any revival of Orthodoxy inside Russia and that therefore outside Russia, little ROCOR would just have to hold on to the end, which could only be a few generations away at most. For example, I remember meeting in 1977 the elderly widowed matushka of the philosopher and inventor of ‘eucharistic theology’, Fr Nikolai Afanasiev, from Paris (she was much more Orthodox than he was). She told me despairingly, ‘Russia is finished’. Of course, many in her generation who had lived through the Revolution and exile thought exactly that.

Indeed, I too had great doubts as to whether I would see a revival in my lifetime. The 90s under Yeltsin brought little hope; it seemed as though after the obscenities of atheism Russia was just going to copy the West in terms of continuing apostasy. And yet we have, ever since the Jubilee Council of August 2000 and the canonization of the New Martyrs and Confessors, begun to see the long-awaited transfiguration. Everything changed on that day as was seen in the miracle of the Cross in the sky that appeared then. Russia is the key, if Russia is restored, then the restoration of the rest of the Orthodox world from decadence and Halfodoxy will follow. It is the signs of this process that we are so eagerly following now.

Q: Are you not over-optimistic? Look at all the problems in Russia, abortion, alcoholism, crime, mass nominalism, the Ukraine.

A: I have always said that the revival on Russia is on a knife-edge. Everything can still go one way or another. The Ukraine is a huge warning that shows just how fragile the situation is. What lies behind the civil war in the Ukraine is the spiritual crisis of nominalism which shows that fragility. So-called Orthodox Ukrainians are defending statues of Lenin, the monster who created the Ukraine! What sort of Orthodoxy is that? It is no more Orthodox than the Uniats who want to put up statues of Hitler.

Washington can still undermine everything, as we have seen in Constantinople since 1948 when its agents deposed the Orthodox Patriarch and replaced him with their puppet. Now, throughout the Balkans and the Middle East, Washington, sometimes directly, sometimes indirectly through its EU vassal, is attacking the soft underbelly of the Orthodox world. Whether in decadent Syria, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, the Ukraine, it is trying to destroy the Orthodox Church as the last bastion against Antichrist, whom neocon Washington is aiming to enthrone in its Israeli client-state. Wherever there is decadence in the Orthodox Church, there Washington and its colonies are attacking and intimidating. We have to be strong and consciously resist – then they cannot attack us.

Q: Does this explain the present situation in Macedonia?

A: Yes. Washington was so angered when Russia freed Bishop Jovan from his Macedonian prison and when Russia proposed to send a pipeline through Turkey, Greece and Macedonia (since Washington had bribed corrupt Bulgarian politicians not to accept it there) that it decided to organize a coloured revolution in Macedonia using its Albanian mafia clients from Kosovo. That is what is happening there now.

Q: How is the Serbian Church reacting?

A: It is in a dilemma. The Americans had already vetoed the election of Metr Amfilochije of Montenegro as Serbian Patriarch, but not everything is going their way, just as in the Romanian and Greek Churches, despite their manipulations there. Notably in Greece, the veneration of the relics of St Barbara by hundreds of thousands is greatly irritating the Americans. Anything traditionally Orthodox annoys them immensely because it automatically shows solidarity with the Russian Church, which it is desperate to destroy, as its neocon leaders openly proclaim. However, they have been annoyed above all by the resistance of Ukrainians to their puppet show in Kiev and its mass murder. The Orthodox seem to be winning there. That is a miracle. We are hopeful that the prophecy of Elder Jonah of Odessa will yet come true. But like all prophecies, it will need mass repentance to come true.

Q: What prophecy?

A: That victory for Orthodoxy will come in the Ukraine, but only after a bloody Easter (in 2014) and a hungry Easter (in 2015), at Easter 2016.

Q: All of these events are happening far away, in the Balkans or the Middle East, surely it does not affect us here in the West?

A: Oh, yes it does. For instance, the Russian Church faces immense opposition to the establishment of even a single new parish in the Western world. On the other hand, the West supports the establishment of parishes of the Patriarchate of Constantinople. Why? Because it fully controls them through freemasonry etc. This is the case locally in the east of England, as all over the Western world. Beware of the fifth column. Look at how many years we have had to wait for the new Russian Cathedral in Paris. The foundation stone has just been laid – five years late, twelve years after it was first mooted with sorts of delays, some created by the homosexual former mayor of Paris.

Q: How do you resist? How do you achieve anything against the establishment of a masonic Orthodoxy which has been promoted in the West? Why has an ‘Establishment Western Church’ not appeared, when so much has been done to create it?

A: Thanks to the immigration of real Orthodox from Eastern Europe, a ‘Eurochurch’ has not been formed. Immigrants have come to the West in the last 15 years and saved the situation, supporting us, the once small minority, on whom the Establishment used to spit and turn its back in contempt and condemnation. Real Orthodox can no longer be ignored in the West – much to the fury of the Halfodox. They had counted on establishing a kind of degutted ‘Euro-Orthodoxy’, an ‘Orthodoxy Lite’, a Constantinople-controlled (that is, US State Department-controlled) Finnish Orthodoxy throughout Western Europe. This was to be built on protestantizing half-converted Europeans and on lapsed second and third generation Orthodox. This was as crazy as a chain-smoker trying to build an American Orthodoxy on half-converted ex-Episcopalians and former Uniats.

Q: Why is the West so opposed to the Russian Church in particular?

A: Precisely because we do not represent some sort of Establishment-approved Balkan folklore or masonic lodge, but the uncompromised Church of God. The devil is angry with us and so uses his agents against us. Wherever there is compromise in matters of the Faith, there is the devil. He does not want integrity. As the old proverb says, ‘the devil always builds a chapel next to a church’. This became crystal clear in 2006 when the British Establishment and media so vigorously approved the schism in the Sourozh Diocese in this country and launched a vitriolic campaign against the Russian Church. Their hatred was really quite shocking, all for a tiny and spiritually irrelevant schism! But the Establishment always defends its own, as it is always shaken when it is resisted; this world does not want any witness to the other world.

The same situation prevails in all other Western countries, where certain senior clerics, academics and laypeople of the OCA in the USA and of the Paris Jurisdiction in France work for those countries’ Russophobic secret services. We must never lose our freedom in the Russian Church, as they have. Once you have lost your freedom, you are spiritually compromised. And let us be frank, this also happened to a few individuals in ROCOR between the 70s and the 90s. It can happen anywhere. As the secret services say: ‘Every man has his price’. That is the cynical level they work on.

Q: So how do we resist?

A: As a new Catholic acquaintance said to me only a few days ago, ‘Orthodoxy? That’s an advanced form of Catholicism, isn’t it?’ I was struck by this view from the outside. What is certainly true is that there are individuals on the fringes of the Orthodox Church who do not at all confess ‘an advanced form of Catholicism’, but confess a modern Catholicism, i.e. a debased form of Protestantism, in fact, more or less secularism.

Q: So what do we have to do?

A: We have to reverse the processes by which the Church in the West was debased into Catholicism and then the processes by which Catholicism in turn became debased. That means going back to before 1054.

Q: Can you explain that in more detail?

A: Growing up in England, the one historical date I knew even as a small child, like all children, was 1066, the Battle of Hastings. I realized that it was very important locally, but did not understand its general context until some years later through the Church. Later placing that date of 1066 in its historical context as an Orthodox, I realized that it was all linked with the processes that had taken place during the eleventh century, through which Catholicism had been founded and, through it, a Western European world quite independent of and separate from the Church of God, with its own fake Christian institutions.

In other words, I discovered that 1066 was not some isolated date unconnected with everything else, it was part of a much wider process, of which provincial England was just a part. Locally, it meant the final debasing of England as an Orthodox country, but this was the same thing that had happened elsewhere before, in ‘Frankland’, Northern France and Western Germany, then in southern Italy and Spain, and happened elsewhere later, in the Crusades in the Middle East and with the Teutonic Knights in Eastern Europe. The aim was to turn the whole world into ‘Frankland’ – which is what Washington is now trying to do in the Ukraine and Macedonia at this very moment, 950 years later.

Moreover, the situation that developed in 1066 in England has lasted until today; we are still occupied by the Normans because there has been no repentance. Incredibly, 1066 is still marked by Establishment types as some sort of progress or victory, the birth of England, instead of its death! That is the result of a total lack of repentance. Lack of repentance always justifies evil. Look at the neocons in the USA today as examples of lack of repentance and justification of evil! Remember Madeleine Albright who said that the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children was ‘a price worth paying’. The Nazis said the same sort of thing. Little wonder that the neocons support Neo-Nazis in Kiev. They come from the same stable (as the Bolsheviks – ndM).

And no repentance means no restoration. So what do we have to do to restore Truth? We have to deNormanize or, to express it in its general European and world context, deFrankize, in other words, we have to return to the Church and the Church way of thinking. That is absolutely vital if we are ever to found a Metropolia in Western Europe, the basis for a new Local Church.
Q: You mention 1066, behind which hides 1054, are there any other concealed dates in history like that?

A: Definitely yes and many of them. You see, a correct understanding of the Church is the key to understanding the past, just as a correct understanding of the Church is the key to understanding the future. What makes no sense in secular terms always makes sense when it is put into the light of the Church – or into the darkness of the absence of the Church. 1066 makes no spiritual sense until you understand that 1054 lies behind it, that it was all part of the same process of spiritual degeneration in Western Europe that had begun with Charlemagne and has still not ended. For example, today’s civil war in Syria makes no sense until you understand the spiritual degradation that went on in Syria before it. Another example, much closer and more obvious to us, is 1918, behind which hides 1914.

Q: 1918? Can you explain that?

A: 1918 marked the killing and martyrdom of Tsar Nicholas II, a date which changed world history because it created the Soviet Union and all that that entailed, including Communist China. There is no going back to before that until repentance and so restoration. Behind 1918 is concealed 1914 with the German (or rather Prussian – ‘Prussia ruined Germany’ as the Hessian princess the Tsarina Alexandra said in 1914) declaration of war. And that meant the spiritual suicide of Europe.

Q: On this subject, Western sources more or less all assert that the fall of the Romanovs was their own fault, for instance that it was Tsar Nicholas’ weakness that led to the Romanovs’ downfall. Is this true?

A: Of course not, this is all just self-justifying propaganda. Yes, it is true that Tsar Nicholas II came to the throne young and unprepared after the totally unexpected death of his father, Alexander III. It is true that in the first years of his reign he suffered much from the cabal of his power-seeking uncles, the corrupt Grand Dukes, who took advantage of his youth and great kindness. But the real reason for the downfall of Imperial Russia was the treason of the aristocracy and the generals, including, it is true, of a great many of the extended Romanov family and many Grand Dukes, because of their apostasy from Orthodoxy, which caused jealousy, greed, gossip, slander and the murder of the peasant Rasputin.

These aristocrats wanted to overthrow Tsar Nicholas, the legitimate authority, because they wanted power for themselves. Seeing Tsar Nicholas’ strong will and resolution, they slandered him and carried out a coup d’etat, accusing him of a weak will and irresolution. This was mere self-justification. Their agreement to a Revolution that had been prepared by Buchanan, the British ambassador in Saint Petersburg, who soon regretted his foolishness, created the nightmare. Of course, they punished themselves because they lost everything. It was their own fault. The best of them understood it and had time to repent for it in the Bolshevik Gulag or else in exile, in Berlin, Belgrade, Paris, London (like Fr George Sheremetiev) and elsewhere. Others never repented of the blood on their hands.

Q: So are you saying that the West was responsible for the Revolution?

A: Directly, through its agents, and indirectly, through the westernized aristocrats, yes. For example, directly because of German funding for the Bosheviks (just as the Japanese had funded the 1905 Revolution and the British and Americans had stood behind the Japanese, using them as vassals – as the USA still does). Directly because the British wanted revenge on Russia because Russia had supported the Boers and the Americans wanted revenge because the Russians had supported the Native Americans (as they still do), so they sent Trotsky. Directly because the British did not want to see Constantinople freed by Russia in 1917. But also indirectly because of the treason of the Russian aristocracy, blindly anglophile like the murderous Oxford graduate the transvestite drunkard and parasite Yusupov, one of the richest men in Russia. His ideal was not Holy Rus, but Oscar Wilde! What hope was there with such as Yusupov?

Q: What was Russia’s aim in the First World War?

A: It was, as Tsar Nicholas said to the treacherous French ambassador in 1914, the destruction of German militarism. The Tsar actually predicted that if it was not defeated, there would be another war. Tsar Nicholas had already targeted it in his proposed Hague peace and disarmament conference at the end of the 19th century. Russia knew that once militarism was defeated, peace could prevail in Europe and thus worldwide. However, the West, especially Berlin but also London, did not want peace, and so slaughtered its youth. And nor did the bankers of New York want peace. However, with Russia taken over by the Wall Street backed Bolsheviks, only war could prevail, which is exactly what has happened ever since 1918, indeed since 1914. The world has not known peace for 101 years. That is not Russia’s fault.

Q: What are the temptations which could stop Russia’s revival today?

A: On the one hand, there is westernization, such as that which infected the pre-Revolutionary aristocracy and today infects the US-controlled puppet oligarch-bandits, the modern aristocrats, who actually are mainly Jewish. On the other hand, there is the threat of a narrow Russian nationalism, such as that which prevailed in parts of ROCOR between the 1970s and the 1990s. This could prevent Russia taking imperial responsibility for the rest of the Orthodox world, parts of which have fallen into such great decadence since 1918. All is still on a knife-edge. We make no predictions. All we can say is what we have to do is clear – to fight for the Orthodox Truth without compromise; as to whether we can be successful and so delay the coming of Antichrist in the near future, that is not clear. All we have is hope, faith and love.

Father Andrew



May 29, 2015

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May 27, 2015

The obsessive compulsive liars who hijacked and nowadays rule the United Staes of America (and their European water carriers) have succeeded in making me a Blatter fan. I can assure you: it’s nothing short of a miracle!           (LINK)

“Some people are wanting the World Cup to be taken away from Russia but we will give one answer to this – we are involved in football and we will not allow politics to get in the way.” He continued: “If a few politicians are not particularly happy that we are hosting the World Cup in Russia, then I always tell them: ‘Well then, stay at home.’”


May 25, 2015

I’ll not indulge in pindaric pseudogeostrategical flight about this disgusting murder. More or less, are valid for it the same considerations I made about the disgusting murder of “Batman” (and Yevgeny Ischenko…. and the mayor..).

The only difference could be that, while in the homicide of Bednov their responsiblity was direct, this time LPR authorities may be only a helpful background.

Those who justified the former assassination are also justifying this murder, complete with professional slander and sophisticated political nonsense to dress up what drives these crimes: vulgar pecunia! You would be well advised to avoid Fort Russ: their agenda is the defence of interests other than the Donbass people. At least, the Saker and many others pretend to don’t understand, so preserving a bit of decency.


I won’t even bother to reply to replies….
Just a few words: whoever affirms that this is a job from Kiev or their puppeteers is either a gigantic idiot or a gigantic vermin!

There’s something rotten in (Novo)Russia.     You cannot have your cake and eat it too.

Without the truth, there cannot be any freedom, only a different kind of slavery. Maybe more pleasant, more convenient, even decent… but ultimately it’s always slavery to sin. It never ends well!

Europeans do not realize that they miss Christ, Who’s all they need. Russians do not realize that they have Christ and they do not need anything else. In the mesh of this millenary double braided misunderstanding, the devil’s dialectics forge the perpetual slavery and every tragedy of the human kind.

Be merciful to Alexej Borisovich, o Lord. Even if he did never ask for it, I shall ask for him: be merciful to Alexej Borisovich, o Lord.

Be merciful to the werewolves, o Lord!

Be merciful to Oles’, o Lord, in the fortieth day since he was so unjustly murdered.


Give them rest in your womb, as they fought Your enemy and our enemy — the primordial murderer and the father of lies — and those whom of that father do the works. Your Word cannot be broken!

Blessed are they who do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.


May 25, 2015
There is no canon, at least to my knowledge that teaches Christians should not get a tattoo. However, we do find the following in the Law of Moses:

“Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the Lord” (Leviticus 19:28).

Unfortunately, I do not have any patristic commentaries that address this verse, though they may be some out there. But if all we had was this verse, it could be argued that this is just aceremonial law that no longer applies to Christians. However there are several reasons why that would be an incorrect conclusion:

1. With the exception of the Copts and Ethiopians, the Christian Tradition has universally rejected tattoos. And there are historical reasons why Copts and Ethiopians are an exception — they tattoo their children with crosses so that if they are kidnapped by Moslems, they can later be identified as Christians; and given the intense level of persecution they have faced, this has also been a way of proclaiming their intention of remaining a Christian, no matter what may come (a tattoo being, by its nature, a very permanent statement).

2. Most of the tattoos that people have in our culture are not modest and pious crosses designed to protect children from kidnapping or to testify to one’s commitment to standing firm for Christ, but are all kinds of things that are usually frivolous at best, and often unwholesome. If you read what the Scriptures have to say about modesty, it is unlikely that the inspired writers would have spent so much time encouraging us to dress in ways that are not immodest, or draw unnecessary attention to ourselves, and yet would be O.K. with a tattoo just above the crack of your behind (just to cite one popular trend as an example).

3. St. Paul says that our bodies are the Temple of the Holy Spirit: “What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s” (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). Imagine if someone took a spray paint can, and expressed themselves over the walls of a Church. We would all be shocked that someone would do such a thing, but it is no different to express yourself by defacing your body — because you are bought with a price, and are not free to so whatever you want with your body… if indeed you are a believer.

Of course if someone already has a tattoo, it is certainly not an unpardonable sin. And when we see someone with a tattoo, we should not judge them, because they may have repented of getting that tattoo a long time ago. But those contemplating getting a tattoo should ask themselves why they want one in the first place, and they should ask whether this is really something that pleases God. Once you get a tattoo, they are not easy to get rid of, and what you think looks cool today, may not seem so cool to you in ten or twenty years.

For More Information see:

Metropolitan Isaiah of Denver on Tattoos

“On the Faith: Are tattoos permissible in the Orthodox Church?” by Fr. Gregory Naumenko

Testimony Regarding Tattoos


Here are two replies to some comments this post has received on Facebook:

In response to a comment that saw a contradiction between acknowledging that there are no canons against tattoos, but my statement that the Christian Tradition has universally rejected tattoos:

The actual practice of the Church is a testimony to the Tradition of the Church. It is not as if tattoos were a recently discovered technology, They had tattoos when Moses wrote the Law. But aside from the unique cases of the Copts and Ethiopians, Christians have universally rejected tattoos. It is only in my lifetime that having a tattoo has gone from something those on the fringes did (sailors, soldiers, and marines — away from home; gang members, and convicts) to something that young ladies from decent homes are doing.

In response to a catechumen who has religious tattoos, and similarly questioned whether the Church really has rejected tattoos.

Not all of the Tradition of the Church has been written out in the form of canons. We generally only have canons to guard against people doing something when there are some people in the Church who are doing it. Tattoos were something that no Christians (outside of the exception I discussed) did. Until only very recently, no Christian group of any kind would have suggested that such a practice was befitting a Christian. Now, in your case, your tattoos were probably very well intentioned, but people often do things in ignorance that they should not do. As St. Paul put it in 1 Corinthians 11:16: “But if any man seem to be contentious, we have no such custom, nor do the churches of God.”

And on the authority of unwritten Traditions, consider St. Basil’s words, which were specifically endorsed by the 4th, 6th, and 7th Ecumenical Councils:

In response to some who have disputed whether Christians really have historically rejected tattoos:

It is not merely coincidence that the pagan Romans, Slavs, and Germans practiced various forms of tattooing, but when Christianity was established in those areas, these practices ceased. Even the word “tattoo” demonstrates that this was not part of the Christian culture, because it is a Polynesian word, that was not in use in English prior to the 18th century, and there is no record of any tattoo artists in either England or the United States prior to the 19th century.


May 19, 2015

This spring the ‘liberal’ ThinkProgress organization reported that more Americans were killed by police officers in March 2015 than Britons who died at the hands of policemen throughout the entire 20th century (presumably including the violent years of ‘the Troubles’ in British Northern Ireland).


May 19, 2015

A monument to the ever-memorable Patriarch Pavle of Serbia (1914-2009) has been unveiled in the town of Leposavic in North Kosovo. This event took place on May 12, 2015, during celebrations on the feast-day of St. Basil (Vasilije) of Ostrog (1610-1671) to whom the church in Leposavic is dedicated.

What is the most important thing for a Christian to know?As has already been mentioned, it is to know the purpose and meaning of life. This is the most important thing. If one knows this, then one can use one’s strength and talents for that which is good and worthy – for himself, his family, his nation, and everyone. Needless to say, he should also know these words: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

You once said that the ability to pray is the most important thing for a Christian.

Yes. In essence, prayer is our conversation with God, with our Heavenly Father. In the Gospel it says that Christ, the Son of God, would seclude Himself and pray. This was, in fact, the Son’s conversation with the Father. Likewise for us, prayer is our conversation with the Heavenly Father. God speaks to us through Holy Scripture and we should reply to Him through prayer.

St. Basil the Great says that there are three stages of spiritual growth.

The first stage is that of slave. A slave knows that his fate depends on the master to whom he belongs, who has the right to beat, kill, or sell him and his wife and children. Therefore, he will carry out his master’s will. Spiritually speaking, this is the Christian who does the will of God out of fear of hellfire. He understands that even a thousand years of living in sin will never pay off, while there he might be in torment for all of eternity.

The second stage is that of hireling. This is a free man who receives pay for his labor. He works to the extent that he gets paid. Spiritually speaking, this is the Christian whose wants to reach the highest possible level in Paradise. Not all levels there are the same. He who is worthy and good forever advances closer and closer to God, without ever attaining to Him, since God is infinite – but, still, he moves closer and closer. God, of course, is our life and our blessedness – He is our everything.

The third stage is that of son or daughter. A son carries out his father’s will not because he is afraid that his father will punish him, for he is not a slave; nor because he wants to get paid by his father, for he is not a hireling. He does so willingly, so that his father might be pleased. Spiritually speaking, this is the Christian who carries out God’s will because He loves God, so that God might be pleased.

While the first two are thinking about themselves – one does not want to be punished, while the other wants to get paid – the son or daughter is thinking about God. This is the true Christian. But no one can reach this level until he has passed through the first two. How long one will linger at each stage depends on each person individually.

So that we might pray not only in words, but through our deeds and our entire being…

Christ says: “Why do you call Me, ‘Lord, Lord’? It is not he who says ‘Lord, Lord’ who will enter the Kingdom of Heaven, but he who does the will of My Father.” Orthodoxy is a faith that is recognized by how we live it, by how we act, by how we behave ourselves. Orthodoxy is a way of life.

Excerpted from the Russian




May 18, 2015

Ogni verita’ Ti appartiene, Signore, comprese quelle piccole, le nostre.

Per quelle verita’ Oles’ si e’ sacrificato e per questo, Signore, lo affidiamo con fiducia alla Tua misericordia.

E Ti preghiamo, Signore, affinche’ la Tua giustizia si abbatta sui miserabili vigliacchi che lo hanno assassinato.

Sia fatta la Tua volonta’, Signore. La vendetta e’ Tua!

[2] For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.
[3] Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.
[4] And I say unto you my friends, Be not afraid of them that kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do.
[5] But I will forewarn you whom ye shall fear: Fear him, which after he hath killed hath power to cast into hell; yea, I say unto you, Fear him.

(Traduzione italiana a cura di padre Ambrogio)

La Ukrainska Pravda (“Verità ucraina”) spesso mente…

Vi dirò le cose come sono. Non mi preoccupano gli USA, non mi preoccupa l’Europa. Mi preoccupa l’Ucraina. Il destino di tutti noi.

Io non mi presento mai come più intelligente di quanto io sia in realtà. Ho parlato degli eventi nel paese.

In Ucraina un gruppo politico è giunto al potere come risultato di un colpo di stato, e ha scelto una direzione strettamente filo-occidentale.

C’è disoccupazione nel paese. C’è un gran numero di persone nel paese che è stato semplicemente lasciato senza soldi.

Tutte le promesse che sono state fatte sul Maidan, si sono rivelate vere menzogne.

Perché la gente è uscita sul Maidan?

Perché è stato sparso sangue lì?

Per far crescere i prezzi così tanto,

perché per essi piangano i khokhly.

Per far della Crimea parte di Mosca,

perché il Donbass tornasse a essere il Donbass,

e perché il fato di questa terra sia deciso

in Europa da qualche pederasta.

L’Occidente ha rafforzato le sue posizioni in Ucraina per lungo tempo.

Hanno investito denaro per sposorizzare siti web, organizzazioni, lobby pro-occidentali.

Quella parte dell’élite ucraina che si definisce filo-occidentale, filo-europea, o qualcosa di simile, tradisce gli interessi dell’Ucraina come chiunque altro.

Quando il paese è dominato da ladri all’interno, è molto facile dire che per tutto è colpa di Putin.

Io scrivo, mi occupo un poco di politica, certo, e poi la vita mi fa occupare sempre di più di politica.

Perché la vita a Kiev diventa sempre più terrificante.

Non ho potuto prevedere la guerra civile in Ucraina.

Perché la gente è uscita sul Maidan?

Perché è stato sparso sangue lì?

Per far crescere i prezzi così tanto,

perché per essi piangano i khokhly.

Per far della Crimea parte di Mosca,

perché il Donbass tornasse a essere il Donbass,

e perché il fato di questa terra sia deciso

in Europa da qualche pederasta.

Non tutti gli ucraini sono sotto la propaganda ucraina che invero non è ucraina, ma anti-ucraina.

I cliché di questa propaganda sono creati negli USA.

Gli ucraini sono vittime di questa propaganda.

Io chiedo solo una cosa: trattate comunque bene l’Ucraina.

Bisogna capire che se vivete vicino all’orso russo, non dovete provocare quest’orso in continuazione.

E voi lo avete provocato fino alla fine, e avete ottenuto quel che avete ottenuto. Questo è davvero un male.

Come cambiare le relazioni con la Federazione Russa? Per questo dobbiamo riconoscere che ci siamo sbagliati, tutti, tutti assieme. È successo proprio questo – ci siamo sbagliati.

Ci sono intrighi da parte dell’Occidente. C’è una politica molto furba.

L’Ucraina reale dipende significativamente dalle relazioni economiche con la Federazione Russa.

Tutta l’Ucraina è stata ingannata sul Maidan, inclusi quelli della Centuria celeste, che sono stati uccisi per nulla.

E a proposito, io non so se tornerò a Kiev vivo oppure no.

Ricevo SMS tutto il tempo: Oles’, stai attento. Ti aspettano alla stazione di Kiev.

Sappiatelo. Sono atteso da quelli pagati e venduti al Dipartimento di Stato degli USA.

E la mia vita è in grande pericolo. E non so se domani sarò vivo oppure no.

…se domani sarò vivo oppure no.

…se domani sarò vivo oppure no.

La terra ti sia leggera, Oles’. E ti si apra il regno dei Cieli. Tu eri la coscienza di questa terra, un autentico patriota dell’Ucraina.


May 6, 2015

Why is the truth, it would seem, revealed to some and not to others? Is there a special organ for receiving revelation from God? Yes, though usually we close it and do not let it open up: God’s revelation is given to something called a loving heart.    (versione italiana del link)

Fr. Seraphim Rose


[2] For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.
[3] Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.
[4] And I say unto you my friends, Be not afraid of them that kill the body, and after that have no more that they can do.
[5] But I will forewarn you whom ye shall fear: Fear him, which after he hath killed hath power to cast into hell; yea, I say unto you, Fear him.
[6] Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of them is forgotten before God?
[7] But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows.
[8] Also I say unto you, Whosoever shall confess me before men, him shall the Son of man also confess before the angels of God:
[9] But he that denieth me before men shall be denied before the angels of God.
[10] And whosoever shall speak a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but unto him that blasphemeth against the Holy Spirit it shall not be forgiven.


May 2, 2015
Vadim Papura. I was thrown out the window
Kristina Bezhanitskaya. I was beaten to death.
Alexander Prijmak. I suffocated to death.
Alexander Zhulkov. I was shot.
Gennady Petrov. I was shot.
Andre Brazhevsky. I jumped out the window, and then I was beaten to death
Vadim Negaturov. I died from burns.
Irina Yakovenko. I was strangled.
Vladimir Brygar. I was shot.
Yevgeny Mitchik. I suffocated.
Svetlana Pikalova. I suffocated.
Vladimir Novitsky. I burned alive.
Igor Zayats. I jumped out of a window
Nina Lomakhina. I suffocated.
Gennady Kushnarev. I was shot.
Gennady Kovriga. I was beaten to death.
Viktor Bullakh. I was shot, thrown out the window, then beaten to death
Viktor Gunn. I was burned alive.
Anatoly Khalin. I was thrown out the window
Anna Populyakh. I was burned alive.
Mikhail Sherbinin. I was killed, then burned alive.
Vyacheslav Markin. I jumped out the window.
Dmitry Nikityuk. I suffocated.
Maksim Nikitenko. I was beaten and thrown down the stairs.
Petr Kair. I was burned alive.
Sergey Mishin. I was burned alive.
Yevgeny Losinsky. I was shot.
Alexander Konanov. I suffocated.
Alexey Balaban. I was shot.
Yury Karasev. I burned alive.
Sergey Kostyukhin. I burned alive
Ivan Milev. I suffocated
Nikolay Yavorsky. I was shot.
Igor Lukas. I suffocated.
Andre Gnatenko. I suffocated.
Leonid Berezovsky. I burned alive.
Igor Ostorozhnyuk. I jumped out the window from the fire, then I was beaten to death
Anna Verenikina. I suffocated
Alexander Sadovnichiy. I burned alive.
Viktor Polevoy. I died from burns.