Voices from Russia

Thursday, 4 September 2014

4 September 2014. It’s Time to Pay Tribute to a Hero…

00 Cossack aleksandr Skryabin. 04.09.14

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We’ve been dealing with human sludge lately… people who’ve sold out to the American Establishment for a “mess of pottage” as the Scripture has it. I think that it’s time to remember a hero… a chelovek… a man worthy of the name. In June, Cossack Aleksandr Skryabin was serving at the front fighting the Uniate fascist aggressors. In civil life, he was a miner; he was a proud grandpa. When his Motherland was in peril, he answered the call. At the front, his mates were in danger… he rushed under a junta armoured vehicle and set off an anti-tank mine. Of course, he died to save his friends’ lives. I compare such selfless heroism to such gutless wonders as George Will, Rich Lowry, Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, Rod Dreher, Willy Romney, Rush Limbaugh, Ted Nugent, and Wayne LaPierre… all of whom were cowards who refused to serve in the active US armed forces (as Richard Cheney put it bluntly, “I had other priorities than military service”).

Orthodox people! You can follow the selfless self-sacrificial example of Aleksandr Skryabin or you can follow the self-centred conceited cowards of the Western Establishment that I named above. I know where I stand. What about you?

Никто не забыт и ничто не забыто.

No one is forgotten, nothing is forgotten.

Note well the heroes… note well the cowards… that’s all that I need to say. They all had faces… they all had names… there’s no such thing as “light casualties”.

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

There’s a special place in Heaven for Cossack Aleksandr… weep, light a candle, and have Pannikhida said for his repose… we’re Christians, that’s what we do…

BMD

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