Russian Patriarch Calls Putin Era a ‘Miracle From God’

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PostMon Mar 05, 2012 10:37 pm » by Will69ease


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Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (left) and outgoing President Dmitry Medvedev address a rally just outside the Kremlin in Moscow. Putin declared victory in Russia’s presidential elections on March 4

Thanks to kgb friends, the Russian Orthodox Church and a few bands of bus-riding zealots who voted at more than one polling station, strongman Vladimir Putin claimed victory in Sunday’s presidential election.

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill has made no secret of his support for Putin, whom he regards as the guarantor of the country’s stability. “You have played an enormous personal role to set the course of history in our country,” Kirill told Putin last month during a meeting with other religious leaders. “I would like to thank you.”
http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Intern ... z1oC9Akak2

The arch patriarch of Moscow and All Russia then went on to say that Russia managed to overcome the chaos following the breakup of the ussr “thanks to a divine miracle and with the active assistance of the leaders of our country.”

In many ways, Putin has taken Russia back to a time before the rise of the ussr—back when the country was an imperial autocracy ruled by the czar and dominated by Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

Recently, Putin’s United Russia political party introduced a bill to the Duma that proposes a tenfold increase in fines slapped on those who are caught insulting religious beliefs. This piece of legislation was proposed in response to a recent incident where five masked members of a feminist group performed a “punk prayer” attacking the Orthodox Church for its close ties to the Kremlin.
http://en.ria.ru/Religion/20120302/171691017.html

In return for such religious protection, the Patriarch Kirill and his Orthodox hierarchy have done all they can to grant Putin spiritual legitimacy in the eyes of the Russian people. Indeed, Kirill has gone even further than this in his efforts to consolidate Russian control over the people of Ukraine, Belarus and Georgia.

The Texas-based think tank Stratfor has indicated that Putin is explicitly using the evangelization efforts of the Russian Orthodox Church to get the people of former Soviet states to look to Moscow for leadership.
http://www.irgamag.com/?page=moscow_20110728

Interfax reports that the Moscow Patriarchate has been particularly inspired with Prime Minister Putin’s idea to set up his own “Eurasian Union,” modeled on the European Union. “I hope the Eurasian Union will enter the history as one of the strongest international associations,” said the head of the Synodal Department for Church and Society Relations, Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin, in an interview filmed last year.
http://www.interfax-religion.com/?act=news&div=8851

Some political commentators are starting to draw parallels between the Eurasian Union and the Soviet Union, just as other commentators are drawing parallels between the European Union and the Nazi empire. As disturbing as are these parallels, however, one may have to look even further back into history to see what is truly transpiring on the world scene.

The European Union is morphing into a final resurrection of the Holy Roman Empire (a German-dominated dictatorship bound together by the Roman Catholic religion). Likewise, Putin’s Eurasian Union represents an attempt to morph the vast stretch of land from the Carpathian Mountains to the Pacific coast back into a final incarnation of Imperial Russia (a Kremlin-dominated empire bound together by the Russian Orthodox religion).

Expect a great clash in the near future as these empires compete for global dominance.

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PostMon Mar 05, 2012 10:53 pm » by Constabul


God grants miracles to people who want raises, puppies, a better sex life and any and all inbetween.. (Except amputees, God hates Amputees). Why shouldn't God deliver the miracle that is the era of Putin.
Makes Sense..

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PostTue Mar 06, 2012 3:17 am » by Will69ease


Russia Election 2012: Ballot Box Stuffing Purportedly Caught On Tape


Despite Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's claim to have won the Russian presidency in an "open and honest battle" last weekend, international watchdogs have found "serious problems" with the election, according to the Associated Press.

Among the string of accusations of violations is ballot-stuffing. In the video above, footage released by the Associated Press appears to show officials feeding stacks of paper into a voting machine.

Putin reportedly won Sunday's election with over 63 percent of the vote. However, Russian independent monitoring group Golos released a report putting votes for Putin at less than 51 percent, according to AFP.

The Associated Press notes that the Russian Central Elections Commission has cancelled the results from the polling station in Dagestan shown in the footage above.

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PostTue Mar 06, 2012 7:19 pm » by Will69ease


Vladimir Putin claimed victory in Russia’s presidential election Sunday. Putin defeated four challengers and easily won the vote. However, his imminent return to the Kremlin was marred by protests at the capital today. Protesters took to the streets to demonstrate their frustration over what opposition leaders and independent observers said was widespread vote fraud.

The chief election monitor for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe said there were “serious problems” with the election.

The organization cited abuse of government resources and unfair access to media as factors that made sure Putin’s win was never in doubt.

Opposition candidate Mikhail Prokhorov told reporters today that he never believed the election would be fair.

Putin’s victory sets up the possibility that he will rule Russia until 2024 if he wins another six-year term in 2018. This would put Putin’s rule in the league of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.

With Putin back in power, watch for Russia to reassert itself more aggressively on the world stage.

As prime minister, Putin already has called for the creation of a “Eurasian Union” modeled on the European Union. This union would allow Russia to dominate most of the territory previously controlled by the ussr.

Watch for Putin to pull out all the stops and attempt to reclaim Russia’s former glory. His actions will contribute to a great and terrible clash between his powerful Eurasian bloc and the superpower now rising in Europe.

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PostTue Mar 06, 2012 8:51 pm » by SUKHOV


It's quite funny, he still ran the show when Medvedev held the "novelty" position. IT's a horrid site to see a united Russia poised to have a government as corrupt (if not more..) than our good ol' western counterparts. They want the same thing as us..liberty, equality, and to live their lives normally without fear of oppression.

Well maybe he'll get struck by a bolt of lightning... :robot:
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PostTue Mar 06, 2012 9:36 pm » by Alienagent


actually the Russians had little choice. The second is the communist Zyuganov with the stable 17%. What we see as demonstrations in in Moscow not in the countryside. Moreover, there is the phenomenon of nostalgia of the good old time is strong even among the generations that never lived in USSR.

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Moreover, the crisis in 1990s was "enough is enough" for many Russians who had pretty good standard of living during Communism, survived the disastrous crisis during vodka ruling of Yeltsin, and now have some increase of income in the last decade. You cannot judge the people they want to live a better life, they do not live on promises for a bright future (they actually did 70 years communist promises already). Prochorov, the billionaire candidate president, promised to cut the social funds...what a strong case for Putin!

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Western potpourri


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"My motherland"- don't need translation, the pictures follow the text - ingenieers sell vodka etc


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PostTue Mar 06, 2012 9:45 pm » by Cornbread714


alienagent wrote:actually the Russians had little choice. The second is the communist Zyuganov with the stable 17%. What we see as demonstrations in in Moscow not in the countryside. Moreover, there is the phenomenon of nostalgia of the good old time is strong even among the generations that never lived in USSR.

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Moreover, the crisis in 1990s was "enough is enough" for many Russians who had pretty good standard of living during Communism, survived the disastrous crisis during vodka ruling of Yeltsin, and now have some increase of income in the last decade. You cannot judge the people they want to live a better life, they do not live on promises for a bright future (they actually did 70 years communist promises already). Prochorov, the billionaire candidate president, promised to cut the social funds...what a strong case for Putin!

Soviet popular children songs changed with fun content


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Western potpourri


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"My motherland"- don't need translation, the pictures follow the text - ingenieers sell vodka etc


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Interesting post from another point of view. I think I understand what you are saying.

As some of my Bulgarian friends put it, "under communism we had money but nothing to buy in the stores - now the stores are full of stuff but we have no money".
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PostTue Mar 06, 2012 10:37 pm » by Alienagent


here are two more songs to feel better what is the mood of population including the young one - that wants to live well NOW, not after decades of even more suffering
pop band Neposedy, "we are little children, we want to have leisure time"


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Street Magic "Mysterious island" - on a concert for 7 thousand kids dedicated to Gagarin, on which were played DIFFERENT ET RACES.


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And the final song of 2011 on the official TV program TV1 was...the Italian "Mamma Maria" of Ricchi e Poveri! No English song was performed at all. Why? I guess new alliances will grow under Putin. Merkel already greeted him in Russian while he responded in German.


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Russia wants to start a new and to be treated as the West. Putin is not an isolated genius or dictator who works alone, he is pretty much a product of the epoch. Perhaps the ET card will be played very soon too.



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