Fr Dmitri Sidor (1955- ), chairman of the Carpatho-Russian Sojm and rector of Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Užgorod, the leader of the decent and Orthodox elements in Carpatho-Russia… he was persecuted and put on trial by the Uniate Orangies in December ’09… set him free, Mr Yanukovich!
Yesterday, in Moscow, activists held a demonstration in support of Archpriest Dmitri Sidor, the spiritual leader of the Carpatho-Russian movement, opposite the Ukrainian Embassy. Members of the organisations Россия молодая (Young Russia) and Евразийского союза молодежи (Eurasian Youth Union) held up posters such as, “Dmitri Sidor… Hero of the Ukraine”, “Stop the humiliating mock trial”, “The Carpatho-Russian people have been, are, and always will be”. Speakers at the rally called on Ukrainian leaders to stop the prosecution of Fr Dmitri, an Orthodox priest of the MP, “on trumped-up charges of separatism”. They also called on Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich to review the policy of his predecessors in relation to the various nationalities in the multinational Ukrainian state, to grant the Carpatho-Russians the right of national autonomy, and to make Russian the second official language.
16 April 2010
NEVER forget the brave Carpatho-Russian people. They are standing tall against the Galician Uniate nationalist scum, who occupy their land and wish to destroy their identity and nationhood. By the way, some pseudo-intellectuals are trying to push the term “Carpatho-Rusyn” down our throats. I asked several Orthodox Carpatho-Russian people about it, and they all rejected this neologism, saying that it’s a Uniate invention. Be careful of meddlesome outsiders who attempt to “tell us our own history”. It’s nutters, but it’s true… sheesh!
Stand in front of the icons and ask for the intercessions of St Aleksei Kabalyuk and St Maksim Sandovich… true sons of Carpatho-Russia. Reflect well on the fact that the Uniates scream that they are “Orthodox in union with Rome”… hmm… they don’t honour St Aleksei or St Maksim… or St Germogen of Moscow or St Aleksandr Nevsky either. Beware of those who supposedly bear gifts… “free” things usually have a hidden price-tag and those who bring them often have an agenda, no?