17780Re: Magerovsky speech at Secretary of the ROCA SYNOD 10 year "chestvovanie"
- Sep 7, 2006Yes, I was indeed very serious, and no, I was not at all being
Mr. Preobrazhensky has claimed that his father was a KGB agent who
raised him an Orthodox Christian and that he a KGB agent worked
inside the KGB to help the church, or what ever he claims he did to
remain an Orthodox Christian during the Soviet era. Yet he adamantly
proclaims "KGB always KGB" and does not allow for Orthodox Clergy of
the Moscow Patriarchate to have done what he claims for his father
and himself. All Moscow Patriarch Clergy are KGB to this day by his
reasoning and witness. Yet in today's Russia Monastic communities
grow, Churches are built, the New Martyrs and the ROYAL FAMILY
glorified, religion and religious publications available to all and
on and on....
Dr. Magerovsky is very tightly affiliated with Government think
tanks forming the opinions of Government agencies that make State
Department policy based on his and like minded individuals promoting
the Russo phobic continued policy of the United States against the
Russian Federation struggling to get a foot hold after the down fall
of the militantly atheistic Communist Soviet Regime. Most others
Poland, Latvia, Lithuanian, Estonia, Czech Republic and others are
supported and buttressed promoting anti-Russian agendas, while
Russia is conspicuously not supported.
Ukraine and the millions pumped into it during the Orange
Revolution, which was done to insure that those who understand
Russia, Ukraine and Belarus to be the manifest destiny of an
Orthodox Slavic Nation (as Imperial Russia was) would have no chance
in their country's policies; reveals quite clearly the interests of
the US State Department, and its willingness to support Moslem
Albanian terrorists (this is evident in Kosovo to this day!) and
Moslem *Chechen terrorists (read "Chechnya Weekly" editor John
Dunlop) and Moslem Asetian separatists/terrorists (the whole US-
Georgian adventure) in the measures proped up against a strong, free
Orthodox Russia or any Orthodox Slavic unity.
Archpriest Stefan Pavlenko
--- In email@example.com, Anna Voellmecke <anna@...>
> At 02:07 PM 9/7/2006, you wrote:
> >No I was not.
> Which? You were asked an "or" question, so "yes" and "no" are not
> possible. answers.
> Anna V.
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