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#1 Atossa

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 05:11 AM



Putin should have already burned the evil satanic antichrist jew abomination...
but instead Putin glorifies jew-bolsheviks with an annual "victory" parade.



13 March 2017

" ROCOR urges to rid Red Square of Lenin's remains and destroy monuments to him

New York, March 13, Interfax - The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia on occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the revolution urges to liberate cities and towns from monuments to Lenin and to rid the center of Moscow of his body.

"A symbol of reconciliation of the Russian nation with the Lord would be to rid Red Square of the remains of the main persecutor and executioner of the 20th century, and the destruction of monuments to him. They are all symbols of catastrophe, tragedy, and of the destruction of our God-given Sovereignty. The same applies to the cities, oblasts and streets which are deprived of their original historic names," the ROCOR Synod of Bishops was quoted by its press service as saying in their epistle."

http://www.interfax-...=news&div=13633

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 05:46 AM



I saw this comment on another forum... is this true ??

Three guesses what my first thought was...

" All thats left in the mausoleum that originally belonged to Lenin is the skull. "

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 06:36 AM

I am fairly certain that the plan of the Russian elites is to, in a slow but progressive manner, start to explain the truth to the Russian society...but they have to move slowly and carefully. I already had a discussion about this with you Atossa.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 06:59 AM

I am fairly certain that the plan of the Russian elites is to, in a slow but progressive manner, start to explain the truth to the Russian society...but they have to move slowly and carefully. I already had a discussion about this with you Atossa.



Stupid.

I have no other words to describe your nonsense.

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 07:01 AM

Stupid.

I have no other words to describe your nonsense.

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The Jews fully agree with me as the economic, propaganda and military moves against Russia show.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 07:23 AM



In light of what Pete has posted...

I just don't know what St Paul was thinking when he immediately converted on the road to Damascus.
Surely the vision from God was only a suggestion that could be talmudic debated for decades. No use
rushing into becoming a Christian when all you've ever known is murdering Christians... what would
all your antichrist friends say? Yep... a long drawn out process in a "slow but progressive manner"
of conversion is the ticket... just don't die in the meantime, or it will be a ticket to hell.

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 03:15 PM

Putin should have already burned the evil satanic antichrist jew abomination...
but instead Putin glorifies jew-bolsheviks with an annual "victory" parade.



13 March 2017

" ROCOR urges to rid Red Square of Lenin's remains and destroy monuments to him

New York, March 13, Interfax - The Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia on occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the revolution urges to liberate cities and towns from monuments to Lenin and to rid the center of Moscow of his body.

"A symbol of reconciliation of the Russian nation with the Lord would be to rid Red Square of the remains of the main persecutor and executioner of the 20th century, and the destruction of monuments to him. They are all symbols of catastrophe, tragedy, and of the destruction of our God-given Sovereignty. The same applies to the cities, oblasts and streets which are deprived of their original historic names," the ROCOR Synod of Bishops was quoted by its press service as saying in their epistle."

http://www.interfax-...=news&div=13633

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Yeah, I think it would do them well to bury that old mummy and, with it, their Soviet past.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 03:24 PM

Lenin should have been buried long ago.

I understand the mixed feelings Russians have about him.

For some, the communist system was all they knew.

But it was a mass-murder of Christian Russians from the beginning.

And it was run almost entirely by jews.

Certainly Russian Christians would not murder each other.

That was against their faith.

Jews had no problem with killing Christians and Lenin was their leader.


Edited by Zharkov, 14 March 2017 - 03:25 PM.

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 06:12 PM


Lenin should have been buried long ago.
I understand the mixed feelings Russians have about him.
For some, the communist system was all they knew.
But it was a mass-murder of Christian Russians from the beginning.
And it was run almost entirely by jews.
Certainly Russian Christians would not murder each other.
That was against their faith.
Jews had no problem with killing Christians and Lenin was their leader.





"Mixed feelings" ??

Why would a Christian have "mixed-feelings" over a dead antichrist jew-bolshevik ?

I don't see "mixed feelings."

I see the same glorification as always.

Lenin's antichrist jew-bolshevik corpse still rests in a place of honor near the Kremlin.

Every May 9th "victory" of the evil antichrist jew-bolshevik abomination is celebrated
complete with Lenin's image and hammer and sickle symbols.

When I first came to Pravda's forum in 2001, there were images honoring Lenin here.


Photo of Lenin flag at link from Putin's Red Square jew-bolshevik "victory" parade

http://www.gettyimag...-photo/94605065



Photo below from Putin's 2008 Red Square jew-bolshevik "victory" parade



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http://i.dailymail.c...30990817406.jpg



Photo below from Putin's 2014 Red Square jew-bolshevik "victory" parade


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http://www.novinite....ybig_160391.jpg



After he was re-elected in 2012, in his victory speech Putin said: victory is "in our genes,
in our genetic code"... the question is... WHOSE "genetic code" was he referencing ??
Whose genetic code would continue to glorify antichrist jew-bolsheviks ??



https://www.theguard...ds-moscow-rally


Again... it's the prophecy of the parable of Esther... it's all about identity...
who's who in this end of the age passion play.


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Edited by Atossa, 14 March 2017 - 06:28 PM.

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 06:55 PM




In Spring 2000 when I first posted on the Russia Today forum.
I was banned for calling Putin, "Tsar."

The irony is... years ago Big Z said he is a jew... so whose
"tsar" is Putin ??


January 02, 2017


A Century After Russian Revolution, Will Putin Bury Lenin?


" Even for flamboyant firebrand Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the remarks seemed strikingly provocative: "God save the tsar!" he said, raising his hands high in an ornate Kremlin hall where President Vladimir Putin had just hung an eagle-and-cross Service to the Fatherland medal around his neck. "Reign for our glory, reign to strike fear in our foes, Orthodox tsar. God save the tsar!"

Putin's reaction is not visible in footage from the ceremony on September 22, four days after tightly controlled elections handed the loyal United Russia party more seats that ever before in the State Duma - easily enough to pass a constitutional amendment abolishing presidential term limits, should Putin seek to stay in power for life.

But whether Zhirinovsky quoted from an imperial-era national anthem off the cuff or under orders from the Kremlin, his outburst neatly complemented an image Putin seems to have cultivated assiduously over 17 years in power - that of a Russian tsar.

The image-making is evident in words and actions both large and small, from his sumptuous surroundings in the Kremlin and a lavish Sochi summer headquarters to surprise decrees and dismissals, as well as efforts - such as an hours-long annual call-in show - to cast himself as the only hope for everyday Russians beleaguered by craven tycoons and indifferent bureaucrats.

Abroad he has also acted with a tsar-like assertiveness, particularly in his third term, seizing Crimea from Ukraine -- a move he claimed righted a historical wrong by restoring Russian control over a region previously annexed by Empress Catherine the Great, in the 18th century -- and challenging Western leaders while seeking to bolster Moscow's power in Europe and beyond.


Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) awards lawmaker Vladimir Zhirinovsky during a ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow in September.

https://gdb.rferl.or...8_w250_r1_s.jpg

3ED592CE-57BB-4D86-8892-451210D1B158_w25



The Empire's Glaring Flaw


But the picture of Putin as a tsar has one glaring flaw, and it's plainly visible at the heart of Russia: The embalmed corpse of Vladimir Lenin, whose seizure of power following the Bolshevik Revolution sealed the fate of the Romanov dynasty and ushered in more than 70 years of communist rule, lies on view in a squat stone mausoleum just outside the Kremlin walls.

Visited by tourists from the Russian provinces and the rest of the world, the tomb on Red Square is a stark reminder of a big break in any line drawn from the Russian tsars to Putin, who was born smack in the middle of the Soviet era - in a city that then bore Lenin's name - and served for 16 years as an officer of the KGB.

The blot Lenin's body places on Putin's image as a tsar is particularly obvious every year on May 9, when the mausoleum is hidden from view as the president addresses a military parade commemorating what for many Russians is the proudest moment of the troubled Soviet era - the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II. "


more at link

http://www.rferl.org...l/28208405.html

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#11 WATCHD0G

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 07:17 PM

In Spring 2000 when I first posted on the Russia Today forum.
I was banned for calling Putin, "Tsar."

The irony is... years ago Big Z said he is a jew... so whose
"tsar" is Putin ??


January 02, 2017


A Century After Russian Revolution, Will Putin Bury Lenin?


" Even for flamboyant firebrand Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the remarks seemed strikingly provocative: "God save the tsar!" he said, raising his hands high in an ornate Kremlin hall where President Vladimir Putin had just hung an eagle-and-cross Service to the Fatherland medal around his neck. "Reign for our glory, reign to strike fear in our foes, Orthodox tsar. God save the tsar!"

Putin's reaction is not visible in footage from the ceremony on September 22, four days after tightly controlled elections handed the loyal United Russia party more seats that ever before in the State Duma - easily enough to pass a constitutional amendment abolishing presidential term limits, should Putin seek to stay in power for life.

But whether Zhirinovsky quoted from an imperial-era national anthem off the cuff or under orders from the Kremlin, his outburst neatly complemented an image Putin seems to have cultivated assiduously over 17 years in power - that of a Russian tsar.

The image-making is evident in words and actions both large and small, from his sumptuous surroundings in the Kremlin and a lavish Sochi summer headquarters to surprise decrees and dismissals, as well as efforts - such as an hours-long annual call-in show - to cast himself as the only hope for everyday Russians beleaguered by craven tycoons and indifferent bureaucrats.

Abroad he has also acted with a tsar-like assertiveness, particularly in his third term, seizing Crimea from Ukraine -- a move he claimed righted a historical wrong by restoring Russian control over a region previously annexed by Empress Catherine the Great, in the 18th century -- and challenging Western leaders while seeking to bolster Moscow's power in Europe and beyond.


Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) awards lawmaker Vladimir Zhirinovsky during a ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow in September.

https://gdb.rferl.or...8_w250_r1_s.jpg

3ED592CE-57BB-4D86-8892-451210D1B158_w25



The Empire's Glaring Flaw


But the picture of Putin as a tsar has one glaring flaw, and it's plainly visible at the heart of Russia: The embalmed corpse of Vladimir Lenin, whose seizure of power following the Bolshevik Revolution sealed the fate of the Romanov dynasty and ushered in more than 70 years of communist rule, lies on view in a squat stone mausoleum just outside the Kremlin walls.

Visited by tourists from the Russian provinces and the rest of the world, the tomb on Red Square is a stark reminder of a big break in any line drawn from the Russian tsars to Putin, who was born smack in the middle of the Soviet era - in a city that then bore Lenin's name - and served for 16 years as an officer of the KGB.

The blot Lenin's body places on Putin's image as a tsar is particularly obvious every year on May 9, when the mausoleum is hidden from view as the president addresses a military parade commemorating what for many Russians is the proudest moment of the troubled Soviet era - the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War II. "


more at link

http://www.rferl.org...l/28208405.html

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This is good, in a way. If Putin is going to behave as a Tsar, let him come on out and abolish term limits. Let him be overt about his motives and intent. He is already a de facto autocrat for life, so let him claim that title officially and stop pretending. He's not fooling anyone with a brain at this point anyway.


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 07:44 PM


This is good, in a way. If Putin is going to behave as a Tsar, let him come on out and abolish term limits. Let him be overt about his motives and intent. He is already a de facto autocrat for life, so let him claim that title officially and stop pretending. He's not fooling anyone with a brain at this point anyway.




The Tsarist double-headed eagle perfectly symbolizes Putin's apparent double-mindedness. But I suspect it is his covert training to keep his real motives hidden... and not indecisiveness... that makes him appear to be conflicted and torn between two totally different mutually exclusive ideologies. But no matter the cause, the result is an unholy satanic hybrid mixing Tsarist Christianity with antichrist jew-bolshevism. Need I remind the Tsar, God hates hybrids.


Elijah went before the people and said,
"How long will you waver between two opinions?
If the LORD is God, follow him; but if Baal is God,
follow him." But the people said nothing.


1 Kings 18:21

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 10:46 PM




Not only does Putin glorify jew-bolsheviks in Russia...
he dedicated a Russian-designed jew-bolshevik monument
near Tel Aviv... to Stalin's antichrist red army victory.
Many jew-bolshevik red army vets live in the jew state.

Putin's "victory" red army monument is on the coast...
In Ezekiel 39, Gog/Magog's allies are also on the coast.



Read the quotes below... if you can stomach it.


Victory Monument in Netanya

"The Victory Monument in Netanya is a memorial that marks the victory of the Red Army over Nazi Germany in World War 2. The monument was established by decision of the Government of Israel with the consent of the Russian government. The project was first proposed by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on a trip to Moscow in February 2010....

The memorial consists of two elements which symbolize the transition from darkness to light reflecting the Russian military victory to stop the Holocaust of the Jewish people...

The monument was inaugurated at an official ceremony on 25 June 2012 with the participation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. A number of Russian billionaires and Jewish philanthropists, including Mikhail Fridman, Boris Mints, and German Khan donated to create the memorial, in conjunction with efforts made by Keren Hayesod, the Russian Jewish Congress, the World Forum of Russian-Speaking Jewry, and United Israel Appeal. Yury Kanner, who heads the RJC, along with other state officials from both nations and Jewish leaders from around the globe, attended the memorials opening. The monument is believed to be the first memorial dedicated to the Red Armys victory over German forces during the second world war, outside of former Soviet Union states. "

https://en.wikipedia...ment_in_Netanya

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 03:15 AM

"Mixed feelings" ??

Why would a Christian have "mixed-feelings" over a dead antichrist jew-bolshevik ?

I don't see "mixed feelings."

I see the same glorification as always.

 

 

A whole nation believed in Santa Claus (the socialist state), and learned there is no Santa Claus.

They would have mixed feelings about the situation, wanting to believe but realizing it was all a lie.

I get the mixed feelings thing from reading posts and knowing that people see founders as heroic. 

Russia would not be what it became without Lenin and Stalin.

Russia might have been even greater without them, but maybe not, maybe they were necessary?

I suppose it depends on whether you believe in god doing all those clever things with human history.

Maybe in Russia it is now easier to blame god than to blame Lenin for all the dead Christians?

Human history is a history of mass murder.   God again?    Or a result of free will?

 

 

 


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Posted 15 March 2017 - 04:14 AM


A whole nation believed in Santa Claus (the socialist state), and learned there is no Santa Claus.
They would have mixed feelings about the situation, wanting to believe but realizing it was all a lie.
I get the mixed feelings thing from reading posts and knowing that people see founders as heroic.
Russia would not be what it became without Lenin and Stalin.
Russia might have been even greater without them, but maybe not, maybe they were necessary?
I suppose it depends on whether you believe in god doing all those clever things with human history.
Maybe in Russia it is now easier to blame god than to blame Lenin for all the dead Christians?
Human history is a history of mass murder. God again? Or a result of free will?





Obviously you are secular and not a "true believer" so you can not relate.

We are talking about supposed Christians glorifying antichrist jew-bolsheviks.

No Christian true believer would glorify antichrist jew-bolsheviks... nor would
they have "mixed feelings" about doing so.

As I have posted here many times... some Russian Orthodox Christians believe
Russia's 70 years of horrific jew-bolshevik rule was punishment for regicide.

I can understand that sentiment perfectly... furthermore I also believe there
has been collective punishment for the destruction of Hitler which I view as
another horrific Aryan Christian regicide.

The point of punishment is to teach a lesson.

After the dissolution of the USSR, Russia supposedly repented if its satanic
antichrist jew-bolshevism... but obviously Russians returned to eat the vile
antichrist jew-bolshevik abomination they had vomited out.

In other words... they did not learn the lesson.

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 04:35 AM



Below is a quote and link to ROCOR info on the regicide of Tsar Nicholas II.

Ironically, the ROCOR use the Bible example of King Saul and David... which I have
posted here before many times... it was an Edomite who killed King Saul who David
promptly executed. Putin [David] should execute Edomite-jews, not glorify them.



The Sin Of Regicide


" The crime against Tsar Nicholas II is all the more terrible and sinful in that his whole family was killed together with him, including the children, who were not guilty of anything!

Such crimes do not remain unpunished. They cry out to Heaven and bring God's wrath down upon the earth.

If the foreigner - the supposed murderer of Saul - underwent death, now the whole Russian nation is suffering for the murder of the defenseless Tsar-Sufferer and his family, because it allowed such a terrible misdeed to take place and remained silent when the Tsar was subjected to humiliation and deprived of his freedom.

God's justice requires of us a profound realization of the sinfulness of what was done, together with repentance before the Tsar-Martyr and his memory."


much more at link

http://www.synod.com...y/regicide.html

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 05:02 AM


As I have posted here many times... some Russian Orthodox Christians believe
Russia's 70 years of horrific jew-bolshevik rule was punishment for regicide.

I can understand that sentiment perfectly... furthermore I also believe there
has been collective punishment for the destruction of Hitler which I view as
another horrific Aryan Christian regicide.


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Below is a quote and link to ROCOR info on the regicide of Tsar Nicholas II.

Ironically, the ROCOR use the Bible example of King Saul and David... which I have
posted here before many times... it was an Edomite who killed King Saul who David
promptly executed. Putin [David] should execute Edomite-jews, not glorify them.

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Do you see it ?!

Hitler was acting the part of King David to execute the Edomite-jew-bolsheviks
who had murdered God's Tsar. So not only was there regicide against Nicholas II
there was regicide against King David = Hitler whose mission was to execute the
evil antichrist jew-bolsheviks. WOW ! When most of allied Aryan Christendom
rose up to destroy Hitler, they received upon their own heads just retribution.
No wonder all former Aryan Christian nations have become such an evil demented
degenerate depraved satanic antichrist abomination !!

Who now will stand up to avenge both Tsar Nicholas II and Hitler ??!!

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 05:12 AM



God just gave me a crystal clear epiphany moment...
pity there is no one else to share it.

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 05:27 AM



What synchronicity!

Cosssack just now posted a new topic

CONTRADICTORY THINKING - COGNITIVE DISSONANCE

" Cognitive dissonance CAUSES Serious Mental Injury or Damage
to individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs,
ideas, or values at the same time... "

http://engforum.prav...ive-dissonance/



This defines Putin !!


Ironically, Asterix recently posted that Putin has had an emotional breakdown.
Maybe God has given Putin a special vision on his road to Damascus !

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Posted 15 March 2017 - 05:38 AM


What synchronicity!

Cosssack just now posted a new topic

CONTRADICTORY THINKING - COGNITIVE DISSONANCE

" Cognitive dissonance CAUSES Serious Mental Injury or Damage
to individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs,
ideas, or values at the same time... "

http://engforum.prav...ive-dissonance/



This defines Putin !!


Ironically, Asterix recently posted that Putin has had an emotional breakdown.
Maybe God has given Putin a special vision on his road to Damascus !


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Ironically, Asterix's phrase, "Holy Trinity" is synchronistic with the ROCOR - WOW !!


Asterix's post:


" I am commited 100% to support Vladimir Putin

and obviously I sign everything I write in the name of the Holy Trinity

he had an emotional breakdown

so we in the Holy Trinity understand that

and now we are giving him one week to recover and think things properly and rationaly

without any emotional distress "


http://engforum.prav...26#entry2679031

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