As I'm learning, your statement and the posts from @Lalas
are essential to understanding the true underlying purpose of the war. As these international forces seek to implement a "greater Israel" it's more than obvious how much they hate the ethnic Ukrainian people. The new agreements with Blackrock are only a continuation of the hollowing out of Ukraine's resources and sovereignty since the staged Maidan revolution.
I found this site but please share any others you think are informative:
Chabad Wishes To Build The New City On The Hill-The New Zion In Kiev Ukraine
I've posted his work before and am interested to hear Dr. Johnson's view on Khazaria 2.0 (from 2018):
"This lecture traces the events of February 2014 as parallel to the history and mentality of the Khazar empire and the nature of its power. It especially focuses on Kolomoisky as the de facto ruler of Ukraine and one of the richest men in the world. Zionism has shifted its focus from Israel to the Black Sea due to the influence of Chabad, Kolomoisky and the failures of the Israeli state. Settlers have already arrived from Haifa."
What is cooked in the "witch's cauldron". Neo-pagan cults have gained strength in Ukraine
С продолжением спецоперации на Украине появляется всё больше подтверждений того, что наибольшие зверства на территории Донбасса и в других русскоязычных регионах Украины многие годы творили фанатики, ослеплённые идеями, далёкими от здравого смысла.
With the continuation of the special operation in Ukraine, there is more and more evidence that the greatest atrocities on the territory of Donbass and in other Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine have been committed for many years by fanatics blinded by ideas far from common sense, morality and traditional religious teachings.
Alexey Pavlov, Assistant Secretary of the Russian Security Council
, told AIF about this.
Here is Alexey Pavlov's full statement to the AIF
— Since the 1990s, the number of adherents of religious sects has multiplied in Ukraine. A powerful impetus for this was the coup in Kiev in 2014. The performers planted by Washington in power chairs realized the tasks that poured from overseas.
One of them is to reformat the minds of Ukrainian citizens, to force them to abandon centuries—old traditions, to ban the real values carried by the Orthodox faith, Islam and Judaism. Using network manipulations and psychotechnologies, the new authorities turned Ukraine from a state into a totalitarian hypersect. Moreover, those in power in Kiev were the first to turn into militant fanatics, whose views are directly opposite to the views of normal people.
Unconditional surrender of the Nazi criminals of the Azov battalion in Mariupol of the Russian army. Idols did not help the Azovians defeat the Russian warriors. Most of the Nazis were destroyed. According to the teaching of the church, idols are images of demons, and pagans are Satanists, while the souls of unrepentant idolaters go to hell after death.
For example, Alexander Turchinov, who became acting president of Ukraine after the coup d'etat, is the pastor of the neo—Pentecostal church "Word of Life", a branch of the Boston movement "Church of Christ", which has a single word for Donbass, Odessa, Kharkov, Zaporozhye and other regions of historical Novorossiya — "death". The first "post—Maidan" Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is a Hubbardist, a follower of the Church of Scientology, banned in Russia as a totalitarian sect. Igor Kolomoisky is a Lubavitcher Hasid, a Chabad, an adherent of the ultra—orthodox religious movement. The main life principle of the Lubavitch Hasidim is the superiority of the sect's supporters over all nations and peoples. A number of other Ukrainian oligarchs also belong to this movement, in particular Viktor Pinchuk, the son—in—law of the second president of Ukraine Kuchma, author of the book "Ukraine is not Russia".
How could Orthodox Ukraine turn into a hotbed of sects? Back in the early XX century, the spiritual inspirer of the future OUN * Dmitry Dontsov stated that the provisions of his ideology do not require proof — either you believe in them, or you are an enemy. It was he who, back in 1926, published his conceptual work "Nationalism", preaching the extra-moral radicalism of hierarchical Nazism and a special, heated anti-Russian pathos, claiming that Russians allegedly do not even belong to the "reasonable person" type.
The progenitor of Ukrainian neo-paganism was a certain Vladimir Shayan. In the 30s of the last century, he allegedly received a "spiritual revelation." Then, having appointed himself a "magus", he put together a pagan sect "Native Faith". During the Great Patriotic War, he joined the Ukrainian Nazis from the OUN, and later fled to Germany, where he continued to spread his teachings. His sermons were a standard for neo-pagans vinaigrette of ancient Slavic gods, Aryans and rituals invented on the knee. All this was seasoned with terry Ukrainian Nazism, in the best traditions of which Russia was considered exclusively as an occupier.
Shayan's ideas appealed to the collaborationist scum, who emigrated to the West at the end of World War II. For example, two centers of neo-paganism in Ukrainian have settled in Canada. But especially abundant shoots sown by Shayan gave it with the collapse of the USSR. The banner was picked up by Lev Silenko, who took a sonorous pseudonym — Lev Tigrovich Orligora. During the war, he worked for the nationalists, and after fleeing to Canada, he wrote his creed in the form of a historiosophical folio "The Great Faith", created a RUNE-faith ("native Ukrainian national faith"), laying a kind of "Ukrainian Empire" as its basis. It is not surprising that the source of this obscurantism, which, in fact, has nothing to do with paganism, was created in the West by greenhouse conditions. By the early 70s, branches of the RUNE Faith existed in the USA, Canada, Great Britain and Australia. In the 80s, not just communities of this sect appeared in these countries, but even temples were being built.
After 1991, the organization's branches began to appear in Ukraine.
Its adherents regularly wrote letters to Presidents Kravchuk, Kuchma and Yushchenko with demands to close Christian churches and abandon Orthodoxy. And the teachers of the Lviv University went even further, having developed the program of the course "Religious Studies", which included a deep study of the RUNE faith.
This trend, together with other neo-pagan organizations, became the basis for the implementation of the anti-Russia project in Ukraine after 2014.
From Maidan to Shaitan
The exact number of sects in Ukraine is unknown, but the count goes to hundreds. Some of them were created by being pre-sharpened for a specific purpose and flock. Others simply existed as branches of wealthier patrons. Still others — and at all in the form of a kind of closed joint stock company with a couple of hundred parochial adherents.
Among them are the Association of Rodnovers of Ukraine, "Rodobozhie", "White Hammer", "Perunova army", "Mokosha", "White Hort", "Great Fire", "Grandchildren of Veles", etc. This hodgepodge of Svarog, Dazhbog, Veles and Perun is held together by tracing paper from the neo-pagan cults of the Third Reich, as well as terry nationalism, hiding behind the search for the "true ancient faith".
By the way, nationalist formations such as "Azov"*, "Aidara"*, "Tornado", "Kraken" and others openly use the runic trident and the Black Sun — symbols of the occult practices of the SS. There is a wolfsangel crossed with a Ukrainian trident, and the figures of the founder of the American racist group "Order" David Lane. The Ukrainian neo—Nazis are proud of the images of the Odal rune, the symbol of the fascists of the SS General Directorate for Race and Settlements, and the Nazi emblem of the Deadhead division, which shot British prisoners in 1940, and in 1943 indiscriminately destroyed the inhabitants of Kharkov. Next to the blasphemous images of Christ and the Virgin, portraits of Hitler and Bandera are impaled, as well as the symbol of the Satanists Baphomet.
If we talk about the origins of occultism and sectarianism, then I note that the "Church of Satan", which has spread across Ukraine, is one of the officially registered religions in the United States.
Is it any wonder that in 2015, in Kiev, a group of pagans broke and desecrated the cross of worship erected for the 1000th anniversary of the repose of the Holy Equal-to—the-Apostles Grand Duke Vladimir, the Baptist of Russia. And already this year, the star of Ukrainian social networks was a Lviv actress with reduced social responsibility, portraying a slightly battered witch with a cemetery wreath, with calls to kill all Russians. Allegedly, "the most ancient primordial Ukrainian god, who has been dormant for centuries in the Dnieper hills, calls for this." The Kiev store with the bright name "Witch's Cauldron" from the beginning of a special military operation for a lot of money offers customers to perform a ritual of "spoiling" on Russians. Moreover, all this Satanism finds a lively response and support from the official Ukrainian authorities.
I believe that with the continuation of the special military operation, it becomes more and more urgent to carry out the desatanization of Ukraine, or, as the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov aptly put it, its "complete deshaytanization". "
In his statement/analysis Alexey Pavlov mentions that the special operation of Russia has shown how urgent the desatanization of Ukraine is, and that the jewish movement Chabad Lubavitch is also a sect.
January 20, 2023
Pavlov, a supporter of the "desatanization" of Ukraine, was dismissed from the Russian Security Council
Putin dismissed Alexey Pavlov from the post of Assistant Secretary of the Russian Security Council
Алексей Павлов, работавший на посту помощника главы Совбеза России почти 14 лет, освобожден от должности указом президента России. До этого он служил в ФСБ. Широко Павлов стал известен после своего интервью «Аргументам и фактам», в котором оскорбил евреев. Из-за его слов главе Совбеза России...
Alexey Pavlov, who worked as an assistant to the head of the Russian Security Council for almost 14 years, was relieved of his post by a decree of the President of Russia
. Before that, he served in the FSB. Pavlov became widely known after his interview with Arguments and Facts, in which he insulted Jews. Because of his words, the head of the Russian Security Council Patrushev had to publicly apologize.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on the removal of Alexei Pavlov from the post of Assistant Secretary of the Security Council. The document is published on the official Internet portal of legal information. The reasons for the dismissal were not named.
So far, the data about Pavlov has not been removed from the tab of the Security Council's website "Administration of the Apparatus". It follows from them that 51-year-old Pavlov has held his post since 2009, before that he worked in the Federal Security Service, as well as in the Federal Agency for Government Communications and Information under the President of Russia. He is a Lieutenant general, awarded the Orders of Honor and Friendship, the Medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree and other medals. Pavlov is married and has a daughter.
Last fall, due to the scandal surrounding Pavlov's interview, the head of the Russian Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, had to apologize for his assistant.
In October 2022, Pavlov, in an interview with Argumenty i Fakty, spoke about the religious situation in Ukraine. He expressed the opinion that Russia's special operation showed how urgent the "desatanization" of Ukraine is becoming.
According to him, the Kiev regime has turned the country into a "totalitarian hypersect", which allegedly professes neo-paganism as the basis of radical nationalism.
"Since the 1990s, the number of adherents of religious sects has multiplied in Ukraine. A powerful impetus for this was the coup in Kiev in 2014. The performers planted by Washington in power chairs implemented tasks that poured from overseas," the assistant to the head of the Russian Security Council said at that time.
As one of such tasks, he called "reformatting" the minds of Ukrainians in order to force them to abandon centuries-old traditions, "to ban the real values carried by the Orthodox faith, Islam and Judaism."
"Using network manipulations and psychotechnologies, the new authorities have transformed Ukraine from a state into a totalitarian hypersect. Moreover, those in power in Kiev were the first to turn into militant fanatics whose views are directly opposite to the views of normal people," he claimed.
At the same time, he could not name the exact number of sects, determining only that "the count goes to hundreds."
"Some of them were created by being pre-sharpened for a specific purpose and flock. Others simply existed as branches of wealthier patrons. Still others are in the form of a kind of closed joint—stock company with a couple of hundred parochial adherents," says the material published on the AIF website.
Among other things, Pavlov said that the Jewish movement "Chabad Lubavitch" is also a "sect".
Reaction to Pavlov 's material
This definition caused extreme indignation of the chief Rabbi of Russia Berl Lazar. He stated that Pavlov's theses about Hasidim offend "millions of believing Jews, including the vast majority of Jews in Russia."
"The Lubavitch Hasidim, the Chabad religious movement, are not a "sect", but a legitimate school of Judaism. And today it is the largest movement within Hasidism," RIA Novosti quotes him as saying.
Lazar pointed out that "90% of the rabbis working in the Jewish communities of Russia belong to Chabad." He added that he himself is a Lubavitcher Hasid.
"As for the ideology of Chabad, contrary to the fictions of Mr. Pavlov, it resolutely rejects idolatry, while at the same time it preaches respect for all religions that preach faith in one God, for all peoples and for every person," the Chief Rabbi of Russia stressed.
Lazar believes that Pavlov's statements "could be called vulgar anti-Semitic nonsense and squeamishly pass by, but the post he holds does not allow this to be done." The rabbi called on the authorities and society to react to the words of the representative of the Russian Security Council, as they "pose a huge danger."
The President of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia, Rabbi Alexander Boroda, stressed that "the Security Council is called upon to maintain calm within society, and not to construct imaginary threats."
In turn, the Russian Jewish Congress appealed to the IC and the prosecutor's office with a demand to evaluate Pavlov's statements about Hasidim. They asked "to check for the presence in Alexey Pavlov's publication of an administrative offense under Article 20.3.1 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation ("incitement of hatred or enmity, as well as humiliation of human dignity"), or a crime under Article 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation ("incitement of hatred or enmity, as well as humiliation of human dignity")".
REK stressed that he considers "unacceptable and dangerous" statements "that create a clear negative attitude towards the Lubavitcher Hasidim in society."
Soon, the chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Patrushev apologized for the statements of his assistant.
He admitted that Pavlov's published interview "contained erroneous lines about the Lubavitch Hasidim."
"I apologize to the readers of the publication and would like to note that this interpretation reflects the personal point of view of Alexei Pavlov and is by no means the official position of the Security Council of the Russian Federation," Patrushev wrote, whose words are given on the publication's website.
Patrushev assured that "appropriate work has been carried out with Pavlov."
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p.s: Chabad-Lubavitch trembles with fear.....