As one cr-isis seemingly dissolves, another appears, literally as it were by magick. I recently did a blog on the (unprecedented) attacks on Christian boxer Tyson Fury & mentioned the faith of fellow heavyweight Olyksandr Usyk. I often wondered why Usyk never received simlar treatment to Fury as he appears to be even more devout than Fury?
I've also wondered down the years how the Christian Church in Russia survived what must have been an even far worse attack than say the Italian or Irish Church have suffered in the last 300yrs. But it did survive, & the following article from the European Council On Foreign Relations in 2018 details some of the travails of the (traditionally strong) Orthodox Church in the Ukraine specifically. I've stated before, that WW I/II were wars primarily against the Catholic Church or in a larger sense, orthodox religion in general, because Judaism & Islam suffered almost as bad as the Christian, although Islam's suffering had only just begun. It pains me to say it, but I don't know how a warrior like Usyk can survive, with the onslaught of the mighty Russians bearing down upon them, & they with little to defend themselves with, his people will expect him to lead & he will do the will of God come what may....provided that is, all's what it's being portrayed to be, which I doubt.
In any event, here's the full article from the ECFR, make of it what you will however, bear in mind the article is written by an institution as hostile to Christianity as the Russian regime, thus there'll be manipulations, false leads & the like. Even so, it does chronicle in some measure what we need understand about the conflict in the Ukraine & moreover, it predicts a coming war.
(Please note the ECFR logo; an imperfect pentagram breaking through a circle,
not a good one for orthodox religionists)
'I think the Bible should be religiously & ceremoniously burned every Easter'
- Alan Watts
'To break the circle, is to allow evil in'
- Henry Lincoln
As we'd expect, the KGB (now the; Federal Security Service)
are all over it & note also the dour language it portends for Ukraine's religious divisions;
'...losing even a small number of these would be a terrific blow to Russia & to Vladimir Putin’s concept of a ‘Russian world’. So catastrophic, in fact, that the Russian church is hardly likely to acquiesce quietly in the loss.'
As this conflict unfolds, I find it hard to reconcile the wests extensive coverage with its universal refusal to help the Ukrainians in any way apart from in the most trivial of forms. Theoretically, if we just borrowed them one of our 1000's of nuclear warheads, one would assume the party would be over & everyone could go home? The Nato/Warsaw Pact standoff doesn't wash either as both are bound by their obligations to the U.N. Charter which they've both signed up to. Nope, this thing is about the destruction of Religious Orthodoxy primarily, but always remember the ends of this & all the other contrived CR-ISIS events is the UNITY of all religions, nation states, & as Bill Cooper would say;
'The shackling of the Mob'.
'The Russian church has sent a letter to all 14 recognised Orthodox churches urging a ‘Pan-Orthodox discussion’ of the Ukrainian issue. It could push some other Orthodox Churches to oppose Ukrainian autocephaly, but Russia would also lose out from a broader split within world Orthodoxy. For the moment, the Kremlin is stressing church unity.'
Brother of Mayor Of Kiev & former ex-heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitscho has been the English-speaking voice of his brother (also ex-heavyweight champion) Vitali & the rest of the Ukrainians as I see it. In one of his pleas to the west for support he refererred to the conflict as occurring in; 'The heart of Europe...'
As millions of Ukrainians pour into western European cities..as the Ukraine is in the east, not middle, I can't help thinking he's appealling to our sensibilties as white folk, as opposed to the people of the Middle East, whose lands & peoples
we've just flattened.
Of course I wish them peace & prosperity immediately, but as we all know, in the great scheme of things this isn't likely to happen,
the conflict there & everwhere else are contrived according to the triangulated formula of the Dialectic, & are designed ultimately to standardise the geopolitical landscape of the world, as set forth in the U.N. Charter & Alice A. Bailey's; Externalisation Of The Hierarchy (1949) amongst other works.
'The Ros (Ukrainian: Рось; Ros’) is a river in Ukraine, a right tributary of the Dnieper.
The Ros finds its source in the village of Ordyntsi in Pohrebyshche Raion, Vinnytsia.... Some historians have suggested the possibility that the name of the Kyivan Rus', the old East Slavic state, may have originated from the name of the Ros river, the theory referred to as the antinormanist theory of the origin of Rus [as in Russia]'