Voices from Russia

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

3 February 2015. A Multimedia Presentation… Tell the Truth About the Uniate Filth Running Rampant in the Ukraine Today… BOTH US Political Parties Support the Murderers NOT the Victims

00 galician UPA Democracy 01. 29.04.14


“In Memory of the Tragedy in Odessa”… the Uniate filth who carried out the Dom Profsoyuzov arson received American funds… Obama and Psaki just about admitted it… and McCain, Rubio, and Cruz want to send them MORE…


00 Khatyn memorial. 04.05.14

Khatyn… destroyed by “Ukrainian” Nazi collaborationists… NEVER forget… NEVER forgive… the Uniates and schismatics honour those who did this!


“It’s time to wake up, Slavs!” The Galician Uniate institution isn’t only the sworn enemy of Holy Rus and Orthodoxy… it’s the opponent of humanity in general. After all, it glorifies those who shoved Jews into the ovens for the Nazis!


00 World War II victims. Belarus. 20.11.12

Reburying unknown heroes of the VOV… they died to save the world from a long Nazi night… the Uniates and schismatics fought to uphold Nazism… one of these things is NOT like the other!


“In Memory of the Past and of the Present”… juxtaposing images of the Great Patriotic War with images of the Uniate filth on the Maidan. Take a good look… that is what the Uniate and schismatic hierarchies wish to impose on Holy Rus. I call it BLASPHEMY… and I’m NOT alone…


00 The Mother-Motherland Calls. 07.08.14

Novorossiya IS Holy Rus… we must sweep away the Uniate filth and uproot “Ukrainianism” for the good of the whole world…


“Love to the Motherland”… this is what we stand for… FOR HOLY RUS!


00 March of the Immortal Regiment. 14.10.14

Thank you, Grandpa for the Victory! You either honour those who followed the Red banner or those who followed the swastika… it’s up to you…


“We Remember… We’re Proud!” You either honour the podvig of the Red Army and of the Soviet people, or you honour the Nazis, their scabrous New World Order, and their murderous enormities… there is no other path… one or the other! Yes… the US Republican Party called the era after 1991 a “New World Order”… fancy that… they and the Nazis are ONE. Reflect on that.


It’s our duty, as diaspora Russian Orthodox to stand up for our coreligionists. It’s the least that we can do. Since 1596, the Church of Rome has attempted to rip out our very soul and replace it with subservience to their Pope, to leave us grovelling to their Curia. Do you wish to end like the Galician Uniates? They’re left with the merest shell of their earlier legacy as Russian Orthodox Christians. Look at them and their adulation of Bandera! That’s proof that Orthodoxy must fight yet again. There’s no middle way… there’s either freedom in Orthodoxy or papist slavery. That’s our choice!

Choose well…


Friday, 30 January 2015

Why Does the “Holocaust Industry” Lie About Auschwitz?

00 St Maximilian Maria Kolbe. Hungary. Auschwitz. 27.01.13


Let’s keep it simple. Auschwitz-Birkenau was an extermination camp. Many thousands went to their deaths there. However… not all of them were Jews. Thousands were Catholic Poles… thousands were Orthodox Russians… thousands were Roma. Having said this, read this piece, it’s a typical thing found in some circles. For instance, it was evil for some Jews to have caterwauled so loudly about a Carmelite convent on the site that the RCs shut it down. St Edith Stein, a convert to Catholicism and a Carmelite, died at Auschwitz at the hands of the Nazis. Therefore, the Carmelites had every right to “be there”… one of their own perished in the ovens! St Maksymilian Maria Kolbe died at Auschwitz… therefore, the Catholic Poles have a right to “be there”. The Jewish elements that don’t want a Christian dimension to Auschwitz are biased bigots of the worst-possible sort. Most are found in the so-called “Holocaust Industry”… they discredit real scholarship about the Holocaust (as typified by Raul Hilberg); they feed the flames of Anti-Semitism. They don’t represent most Jews nor do they typify the general Jewish attitude towards Auschwitz.

I do NOT abide “Holocaust Denial”… in like manner, I do NOT abide the “Holocaust Industry”. Both are distortions of and a mockery of the truth. If you tell the story of Auschwitz… tell the WHOLE story. The Carmelite convent belongs there and the Auschwitz Cross belongs there. They don’t make an Anti-Semitic statement of any sort. I stand for simple justice… that demands that we honour ALL of the victims. That’s that…


Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Speech of V V Putin, President of the Russian Federation, at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre, Moscow RF on the Occasion of the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation of the Auschwitz Death Camp by the Red Army on 27 January 1945

00 v v putin. jewish museum and tolerance centre. moscow. 28.01.15


70 years ago, Soviet troops liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp where the Nazis slaughtered millions of people. A decision of the UN declared this day, 27 January, International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The Holocaust… one of the deadliest crimes against humanity… has become a symbol of grief and pain, of unbridled cruelty and neglect for human life. It’s hard to imagine that real death factories, mass shootings, and deportations were a reality of the 20th century, organised in cold blood in what then seemed to be a civilised Europe. Yes, people planned and organised them in cold blood. We’ve now seen the exhibition that you’ve seen as well… this was a planned deliberate operation to destroy people. Incredibly simple.

However, as history shows wherever ideas of ethnic or racial supremacy are put into people’s heads and the seeds of inter-ethnic hatred are sown, wherever traditional human values are destroyed and trampled upon, civilisation is quickly and inevitably replaced with barbarity, whilst peace is replaced with cruel conflicts, war, and aggression. The Nazis threatened to enslave the peoples of our multi-ethnic state. They were to be either assimilated by force and turned into slaves, or, destroyed to create so-called living space for some “higher race”.

According to the materials of the Nürnberg trials, the Nazis killed six million Jews in Europe during the Holocaust. These numbers are unfathomable. They didn’t die in battle… they simply destroyed them… burnt in furnaces or shot. Among those millions are hundreds of thousands of our compatriots. Such crimes don’t and shouldn’t have a term of limitation. We can neither forgive nor forget them. Any attempts to hush up these events up, to distort or “rewrite” history are unacceptable and immoral. Frequently, such attempts cover up the desire to hide one’s shameful behaviour… cowardice, hypocrisy, and treason, and to justify one’s direct or indirect silent collusion with the Nazis in implementing their criminal policy. However, historical facts are irrefutable. Thus, they show that Banderovtsy and other collaborationists and Hitler’s henchmen were themselves involved in the destruction of the Jewish people, in the destruction of Jews in Lvov, Odessa, Kiev, and other Ukrainian towns and cities, whilst Nazis in the Baltic states conducted ethnic cleansing in Vilnius and Riga, in Kaunas and Tallinn.

On this tragic day, we honour the memory of all those tortured by the Nazis and their henchmen in concentration camps and ghettoes. We grieve for the millions who died in the flames of the bloodiest of wars in the history of mankind. I’d like to note that on the initiative of public and religious organisations, and not only Jewish organisations, Russia conducts a search for and tending to mass burial grounds of Holocaust victims and we are recovering the names of those victims. This effort deserves special support and we’ll definitely continue it. Today, we pay tribute to the courage of those who survived the horrors of occupation, violence, and humiliating forced labour, those who survived these inhuman trials and remained unbroken.

In this connection, I can’t help recalling another date… today, we mark the anniversary of the liberation of Leningrad from the Nazi blockade. This was yet another example of a criminal massacre organised by the Nazis, who destroyed the civilian population of Leningrad in cold blood trough bombing raids and direct artillery attacks. We bow to the heroic feat of the Red Army officers and men who defeated Nazism and stopped the terrible annihilation machine. It wasn’t only their Motherland that they protected from the aggressors. Their great liberation mission became a deed of honour for our entire people. In this connection, I’d like to say that as we’ve just recalled, Russians bore the brunt of the battle against Nazism. Seventy percent of all the Red Army officers and men were Russians, and the Russian people made the largest sacrifice in the name of victory.

However, here within the confines of the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre I’d like to recall that Jewish citizens of the USSR made an enormous contribution to the victory over our enemy. More than half a million Jews fought in the Red Army, over 40,000 were members of partisan units. Almost a third of them (27 percent) were volunteers. Almost 200,000 died in battles for their Fatherland. The heroism of representatives of all ethnic groups, their selfless love for their homeland, their readiness for self-sacrifice will always remain in our memory, in the thankful memory of the peoples of Russia. As we celebrate this year, the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory, we’ll again and again address words of our warmest gratitude to our dear veterans, including those present here, those who gave themselves for the freedom and independence of their Motherland.

Friends, as we pay tribute, we should look ahead into the future. We shouldn’t allow crimes similar to the Holocaust to be repeated. This is our common duty; without exaggeration, it’s the most important and pressing task for the entire world community. True, there has been significant change on the world arena in the past decades. However, we see that antihuman ideas are still alive. We continue to come across attempts at dividing mankind on ethnic, racial, or religious grounds and demonstrations of anti-Semitism, Russophobia, and aggressive intolerance of other ethnic groups, cultures, and traditions.

Nazis made use of these primitive instincts back in their times; now, neonationalists, extremists, and terrorists in a number of countries and regions use them. We have to counter these threats together, to protect the peace and freedom of the people together, and defend the right of states and peoples to choose their own development path. History shows what a terrible abyss claims at world supremacy could lead humanity to; what tragedy may result from attempts at putting pressure on sovereign states or failure to respect their rights. We all know how dangerous and destructive double standards and indifference to others may be. Take, for instance, the current tragedy in [Novorossiya], where the peaceful people of Donetsk, Lugansk, and other towns and cities have been shot for months in cold blood. I would like to repeat that today, in the 21st century, it’s important to enhance the efficiency of the collective security system and to promote the values of humanism and coöperation and to always bear in mind the lessons we learn from history.

In conclusion, dear friends, I can’t help sharing my own impressions of the film we saw. Of course, we all know about those death camps and we often use such words as antihuman and crime, and we know what the Holocaust is about. However, as how cruel as this may sound… sometimes, these words are abused and lose their initial meaning. When you see such documentary evidence it all comes back with renewed force. One tends to realise what we had to deal with, what humanity and people had to deal with back then. We honour all those who died and all those who put an end to this massacre.

00.01b Russian Paralympians. 08.12. Putin. Moscow27 January 2015

Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin

President of the Russian Federation

President of Russia official website


Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Rewriting History? Polish FM Sez Ukrainians Liberated Auschwitz… Russia Puzzled

00 auschwitz kids. 21.01.15


The Polish FM’s statement that the Ukrainians liberated the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp puzzled Moscow. V I Churkin, the Russian Ambassador to the UN, remarked that the Red Army, which liberated the camp, was multinational. However, on Wednesday, Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Grzegorz Juliusz Schetyna, speaking on Polish radio, said, “The 1st Ukrainian front and Ukrainians liberated [the concentration camp], as on that January day there were Ukrainian soldiers, so they opened the gates of the camp”. That was in answer to a question related to invitations to join the ceremonies marking the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau by the Red Army on 27 January 1945.

Following the comment, Ambassador Churkin pointed up to Schetyna that Red Army liberated the concentration camp, adding that the front had the title “First Ukrainian” “because it liberated the Ukraine from the Nazis before reaching Poland through battles”. on Wednesday, in New York, Churkin told the Polish UN envoy, Bogusław Walenty Winid, speaking at a UN conference commemorating the liberation of the camp, “Like all other parts of the Red Army, [the front] was multinational and consisted of Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians, Georgians, Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Central Asians, and many others… from more than 100 Soviet ethnic groups” . Churkin urged Winid to explain the grave mistake to the Polish FM saying, “I’m sure he didn’t intend to offend so many peoples”.

UK-based journalist and writer Neil Clark told RT that interested parties rewrite history for political purposes, saying, “Fact is, the Soviet Red Army liberated that appalling camp Auschwitz. Yet, now, in 2015, we rewrite history to write out the role of the Red army in liberating Auschwitz for political purposes”.

In 2015, the Polish government issued no specific invitations for the commemoration event… the Polish authorities passed this duty to the Auschwitz Museum and the International Auschwitz Council. The organisers of the ceremony stated that they asked all nations who contributed funds to the site to see if they were going to take part, without personal invitations. On Tuesday, Putin’s spokesman D S Peskov said that Putin wouldn’t attend the event, as he hasn’t received any invitation. Meanwhile, S B Ivanov, the Head of the RF Presidential Administration, will represent Russia.

The commemoration of the liberation of the Nazi death camp shall take place on 27 January. It comes 70 years after Soviet troops liberated it in 1945. The Nazis imprisoned about 1.5 million people at Auschwitz, many of them Soviet citizens.

21 January 2015



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