Voices from Russia

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

“We’re With You, Brothers!”


I just got off the phone after getting a ring from the Ukraine. They’re going through it, too. They’re writing in the social networks all over the Ukraine, from Lvov to Kharkov. Yes, all the beasts, geeks, and fiends in my homeland are beginning a veritable dance on the bones [of the victims].


Don’t pay attention to these wretched and vile creatures. I can’t find the right words to express my anger at such… be aware that normal Ukrainians (they’re the overwhelming majority) grieve with you and pray for you! They say, “We’re with you, brothers!” May the innocent victims achieve the Kingdom of Heaven.

Aleksei Zhuravko

3 April 2017

Aleksei Zhuravko



OFFICIAL President Putin Expressed His Condolences to the Families of Those Killed and Injured in the St Petersburg Metro Explosion



There were dead and injured in the recent St Petersburg Metro explosion. I want to express my most sincere regret and sympathy to the relatives of the victims. I’ve already talked to the heads of the special services, FSB Director A V Bortnikov, law enforcement officials, and special services operatives. I’ve urged them to do everything in order to identify the causes of the incident so that we can come to a full understanding of what happened. If needed, local and federal officials will take all necessary measures in order to provide support to the families of those killed and injured. It’s still too early to say what happened, it’s not yet clear. The investigation will show [us what happened]. Naturally, we always consider all options… domestic and criminal and manifestations of a terrorist nature… let’s see. In the near future, the investigation will give us all the answers to what happened in this tragedy.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin

President of the Russian Federation

3 April 2017


Russian government official website


OFFICIAL Condolences of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill on the Loss of Lives in the St Petersburg Metro Bombing



His Eminence Varsonofy Sudakov, Metropolitan of St Petersburg and Ladoga

G S Poltavchenko, Governor of the Federal City of St Petersburg

Your Eminence!

Esteemed Georgi Sergeyevich!

I had a sharp pain in my heart when I heard the tragic news of the explosion today in the St Petersburg Metro. This impudent crime has no justification. The Church strongly condemns aggression against civilians and calls on everyone to oppose any manifestations of violence. I express my sincere condolences to the bereaved families and relatives. I urge our clergy in St Petersburg to provide all necessary assistance and spiritual support to those affected by this disaster. In our grief today for the departed, let us dissipate our sadness with heartfelt prayer, and let the words of our Lord Jesus Christ strengthen us:

He that hears My word, and believes on Him that sent Me, has everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life. (Gospel according to St John the Theologian 5.24).

May the Almighty bestow His abundant help upon the first responders, medical workers, law enforcement personnel, and all those who made efforts to overcome the consequences of the disaster. I offer prayer to God the Creator of All for the speedy healing of the wounded and the repose of the souls of His newly-departed servants in the Heavenly Mansions, “where all the just dwell”.

With deepest sympathy,

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Patriarch of Moscow and all the Russias

3 April 2017


MP official website


Monday, 3 April 2017

3 April 2017. Have a Care… Reports About the Terakt in Piter Shall be Contradictory for the Next 48 Hours

The Minsk Metro bombing… eerily similar, no?


Having covered several similar situations over the past ten years, my experience tells me that it takes about 48 hours for the intel on the real deal to gel. There WILL be contradictory reports and clashing stories. Let the situation develop. I’m not going to make any comments on this until Wednesday… I’ll post relevant stories, but I won’t comment on them, for the obvious reason that the story is still fluid as all hell. Have some patience. I SHALL say this, though… I pray to the Good God in Heaven that there’s no Langley or Uniate nationalist tie-in. That’d almost be a Sarajevo scenario, wouldn’t it?

God preserve us… we have nutters at the controls in the West and God alone knows what they’ll do next…

Pray for the dead… pray for the injured… pray for their families and dear ones… most of all, pray for peace… God willing, it isn’t too late to escape the abyss…


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