In the above image, we see two priests from the two columns of the great march for peace and reconciliation in the Ukraine. Fr Ioasaf led pilgrims from Svyatogorsk Lvara and Fr Viktor came from the Pochaev Lavra. Together with them are two 11-year-old girls, Margarita from Kramatorsk and Feodotiya from Rovno. Margarita walked 700 kilometres, and Feodotiya came 400 kilometres. All this time, “Ukrainian” media and social networks poured out filth upon them, spouting hatred and slander, generated by fear. One understands that such slanderers lied about hundreds of “Kremlin agents” and weapons caches. Not one of them responded normally… nationalist activists, state officials, and other scum tried to move people with new lies. However, we’ve breached the media blackout. Now, we can see the motivation and the fruits of the actions of all the players. People are waking up.
Peace to the world.
28 July 2016
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Pray for the safety of all those in the two great peace marches meeting in Kiev today. I do daresay that the chance of violence is too high, as the Uniate/schismo nationalists know no inhibitions or restraints when it comes to cruelty and vindictiveness. I want this day to pass without incident. Shall it? I’d hope so, but I’ll admit that my hopes of that are dim. I’ve had too much experience with Uniate and schismo nationalist flakes… after all, they were Nazi collaborators, weren’t they?
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с Дём ангелом to all you Vladimirs out there. 1,028 years ago, Grand Prince St Vladimir ordered the Christianisation of his country. Russia lives with that legacy today…
Today, the two cross processions for peace are to meet in Kiev, with thousands of believers. I truly wish that nothing happens. I truly want no violence or bloodshed. The fact that schismo and Uniate nationalists threatened such exposes them as frauds and blasphemers. Let no one say otherwise…
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