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Russian security chief warns Ukraine could lose statehood

BATTLE FOR WORLD / TASS – January 15, 2019: The article highlights that the Secretary of Russia’s Security Council Nikolai Patrushev warns of Ukraine’s schism and that “The continuation of such policy by the Kiev authorities can contribute to the loss of Ukraine’s statehood,” in an interview with Rossiyskaya Gazeta. Patrushev continues, that “the Kiev authorities are doing everything to split Ukraine, implementing the West’s scenario to break Ukraine away from Russia, while ignoring the interests of its own people.”

“As a result, the country was de facto split. The population of the western regions does not trust natives of southeast considering them to be supporters of the ‘Russian world.” In southern and eastern regions, Kiev’s power is ensured, to a large extent, at the expense of moral and physical pressure exerted on the local population by radical nationalists,” Patrushev stressed.

And “Because of that, anti-government sentiment in the aforementioned regions is mounting, with the public rift exacerbated by the inter-church standoff,” he added.


What Nostradamus foresaw about Ukraine?

BATTLE FOR WORLD – January 15, 2019: The French seer Nostradamus foresaw long ago what was to come for Ukraine and wrote a quatrain about it.

Nostradamus: Century 6, Quatrain 22
Within the land (i.e. the land is referring to Russia) of the Great Temple heavenly,
A nephew (i.e. the Ukraine) murdered (i.e. by the coup) at London (i.e. and the US)
The bark will through feigned peace:
The bark will then become schismatic,
Sham liberty will be proclaimed everywhere.


‘Orthodox Church of Ukraine’ project is purely political — Putin

BATTLE FOR WORLD / TASS – January 15, 2018: The article highlights that the creation of the “The new religious organization is a purely political, secular project. Its main goal is to drive a wedge between the peoples of Russia and Ukraine, to incite not only ethnic tensions, but also religious ones. Kiev’s words of ‘regaining independence from Moscow’ are of no coincidence,” said Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with Serbia’s Vecernje Novosti newspaper in the run-up to his visit to Belgrade.

Putin reiterated that on December 15, the Kiev government, with active support of the United States and the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople hosted the so-called ‘unification’ council to announce the creation of the so-called Orthodox Church of Ukraine (PCU).

Therefore, an attempt has been made to legalize Ukraine’s schismatic groups under the jurisdiction of Constantinople, in breach of the existing Orthodox canons.

Putin stressed that those facts were largely ignored by the Ukrainian and US leadership due to the practical political goals that the Ukrainian autocephaly is intended to achieve.

The canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church refused to attend the ‘unification council’ and dubbed the Tomos as a legitimized schism, which had existed in the Ukrainian Orthodox Church for 30 years.

Putin said Russia had no plans to interfere into the religious processes currently under way in Ukraine, but will keep expressing its concern by attempts to legitimize a religious schism.