A nation of heretics at best

Dear Mr. Putin,

As America approaches Easter, the most solemn, joyful, and holy Christian celebration of Jesus Christ’s triumph over death and death’s Master,

the same Master, the Prince of this world who is now leading America, tells us how we’re supposed to celebrate. More abortion is always appropriate in America.


This is how the culture celebrates freedom. Also, we find blasphemous Jewess whores hilarious and enlightening. America loves it when intellectual Jews blaspheme and attack Jesus. We pay such artist handsomely.

During Easter in America, the family of an insane American woman tolerates her behavior as a kind of gesture towards charity. For liberated, fierce, lean-in American women, you can express whatever pent-up neuroses a Mammon worshiping culture inflicts upon you by maniacally celebrating discounted shoes. If you are somehow inclined towards religion, this behavior is also an acceptable form of expressing your pent-up spiritual diseases.

Children, to celebrate the mystery of the Resurrection of God’s only begotten Son as a savior for all humanity, you can gorge on as much chemically produced artificially flavored sweet sweet poison as you can, damaging your innocent souls, brain cells, and nervous and metabolic systems. If you’re like many American children, your parents are moral retards, perhaps they are even two homosexuals, and you’re doomed to a life of profound ignorance and slavery and an eternity of consequences. So here are two cute demons, brand ambassadors whose job is to continue to sexualize and corrupt children.

Anything animated and on television must be wholesome, right? What’s more innocent than portraying a lovable animated character stripping nude at some kind of degenerate Hollywood party and prancing to homosexual music in the most obscene manner? No one in American blinks at this stuff. We’re completely lost, Mr. Putin.

Notice that even here, our anthropomorphic American women candies are smart, aware, funny, and in-charge, while the American men candies are animals and idiots.

At best, we’re a nation of heretics, and we get the calendar all wrong to begin with. I’m nobody. You’re the most important and surprising world leader in my lifetime. Still, I humbly suggest a goal, perhaps not during your tenure, but for Russia: a Christian homeland for all the world. Meanwhile, in America, I believe the Church that you defend has an opportunity to preach the Good News, and, I’m afraid, for prolific martyrdom.



Lavrov shames the Devil again

The U.S. shamefully represents herself with a walking prick, a ghoul of a man, a child of enormous, staggering privilege and arrogance, whose mushy mouth speaks only lies. His appearance gives me a headache. His lying is world renown. It takes a true son of vipers to carry water, as usual for the money changers, as does this sorry, prolific criminal. Here’s this known Skull and Bonesman enjoying the company of the founder of the Church of Satan, Anton Lavey. This is our shameful Satanist scum at large in the world.


Meanwhile in Russia, Lavrov continues to do just battle with the dragon.


As usual, Russia proves once again there are only a handful of true statesmen in the world, mostly all in Russia, and all of them aligned with the Orthodox Christian faith, all of them pledged to protect Christians in the world. Here’s what Mr. Lavrov has to say to liar criminal Kerry and the anti-Christian United States regime.

The profound, pervasive crisis in Ukraine is a matter of grave concern for Russia. We understand perfectly well the position of a country which became independent just over 20 years ago and still faces complex tasks to construct a sovereign state. Among them is the search for a balance of interests among its various regions, the peoples of which have different historical and cultural roots, speak different languages and have different perspectives on their past, present and their country’s future place in the world.

In these circumstances the role of external forces should have been to help Ukrainians to protect the foundations of civil peace and sustainable development which are still fragile. Russia has done more than any other country to support the independent Ukrainian state – including for many years subsidizing its economy through low energy prices. Last November, at the very outset of the current crisis, we supported Kiev’s wish for urgent consultations between Ukraine, Russia and the EU to discuss ways of harmonizing the integration processes. Brussels flatly rejected it. This stand reflected the unproductive and dangerous line the EU and US have been following for a long time. They have been trying to compel Ukraine to make a painful choice between East and West, thus further aggravating internal differences. Ukraine’s realities notwithstanding, massive support was provided to political movements promoting Western influence, and it was done in direct breach of the Ukrainian constitution. This is what happened in 2004, when President Yushchenko won an unconstitutional third round of elections introduced under EU pressure. This time around, power in Kiev was seized undemocratically, through violent street protests conducted with the direct participation of ministers and other officials from the US and EU countries.

Assertions that Russia has undermined efforts to strengthen partnerships on the European continent do not correspond to the facts. On the contrary, our country has steadily promoted a system of equal and indivisible security in the Euro- Atlantic area. We proposed signing a treaty to that effect, and advocated the creation of a common economic and human space from the Atlantic to the Pacific which would also be open to post-Soviet countries.

In the meantime Western states, despite their repeated assurances to the contrary, have carried out successive waves of NATO enlargement, moved the Alliance’s military infrastructure eastward and begun to implement antimissile defense plans. The EU’s Eastern Partnership program is designed to bind the so-called “focus states” tightly to itself, shutting down the possibility of fruitful cooperation with Russia. Attempts by those who staged the secession of Kosovo from Serbia and of Mayotte from the Comoros to question the free will of Crimeans cannot be viewed as anything but a flagrant display of double standards. No less troubling is the pretense of not noticing that the main danger for the future of Ukraine is the spread of chaos by extremists and neo-Nazis. Russia strives to do all it can to promote early stabilization in Ukraine. We are firmly convinced that this can be achieved through, among other steps: real constitutional reform which would ensure the legitimate rights of all Ukrainian regions and respond to demands from Ukraine’s south-eastern regions to make Russian the state’s second official language; firm guarantees on the non-alliance status enshrined in the laws of Ukraine, thus ensuring its role as a connecting link in the architecture of indivisible European security; urgent measures to halt activity on Ukraine’s territory by illegal armed formations of the Right Sector and other ultra-nationalist groups. We are not imposing anything on anyone, we just see that if it is not done, Ukraine will continue to spiral into crisis with unpredictable consequences. We stand ready to join international efforts aimed at achieving these goals. We support the appeal by foreign ministers of Germany, France and Poland to implement the February 21 agreement. Their proposal to hold Russia-EU talks with the participation of Ukraine and other Eastern Partnership states about the consequences of the EU-association agreements corresponds to our position. The world of today is not a nursery where tutors assign punishments at will. Belligerent statements such as those heard at the NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels do not match demands for a de-escalation. De-escalation should begin with rhetoric. It is time to stop the groundless whipping-up of tension and to return to serious common work.

From The Guardian.

Hello from America

Dear Mr. Putin, I’m not sure how often you get a letter from someone from the United States, but I’m guessing it’s not often. Who knows? Perhaps you are more popular here than I can see and you are swarmed with letters from various Americans.


I’m a various American. I’m nobody in particular, middle-aged, male. I’ve been watching you from across the world. I know little about Russia, but I’m learning more each day.

Patriarch Kirill, Vladimir Putin

Most of my friends and family know perhaps less, with exceptions. I have a cousin who took some interest in his Russian heritage a while back. At the time it puzzled me. What could be of interest in that dreary, cold, failed culture? To visit Russia seemed like an uncomfortable visit to an older relatives’ attic, where one can rummage around the relics and cobwebs. space_explore_you

After you came into power, I did notice a few things. I noticed that you were smart, and that you have leveraged the vast resources of your country in a way that seemed to benefit your country. I hear that you’ve lined your pockets handsomely along the way. But let’s be clear; as much as they like to tell us, no one has killed the King. Thrones still exist. Kings serve their people and their God, or they don’t (there were only two good kings in the Bible). It seems to me you are a wealthy and powerful king, to call it plainly. And as Bob Dylan, who later in life became a Christian, writes,

You gotta serve somebody… it may be the Devil, it may be the Lord, but you gonna have to serve somebody.

Looks like some people that audience were uncomfortable with that rebuking, doesn’t it dear Mr. Putin? Remarkable! I want you to know that America is full of such surprises. Now, it seems as if our two countries are currently at odds. It also seems to me as if every single individual in a position of power in my country is an out-of-control psychopath, whether they be in the public or private sector, or most likely both, because those distinctions are mostly propaganda at this point.

When I was a boy, we would hear stories about how the poor Russians didn’t even know that their newspapers were pure state propaganda. We would hear about the horrible State, it’s secret service, it’s spying, it’s distrust of its people. Russia! Then I grew up, and slowly I realized that I was the stupid Russian.


Here, in this insane land full of insane and violent Godless people, we dream of our old home and feel nostalgia for something that you and your country seem to cherish.

I have watched television — that harmless form of entertainment that seems to be America’s most successful export — since I can remember, and lots of it. Have you ever watched our television?Turn it on today, and you will find that American men are fat and stupid girls,


or docile imbeciles who are just grown children watched over by domineering wives

(God, save me from American women!), or are heroic gay role models.

Yes, being a homosexual is now the highest badge of cultural honor here. You cannot trump the homosexual and his or her demands.

Our nationally televised award shows celebrate this kind of moral degeneracy.

Our wealthiest artists celebrate the same kind of perversions, which can only objectively be called Satanic.

In the mornings, Good Morning America and Burger King encourage the pre-teen children of New York’s Central Park to sing along with this demonic Barbie doll come to life to such lyrics as

When he gimme that look the panties comin’ off

I have watched the television, and now the Internet, wean an entire generation of children into young adults of the most astounding arrogance, ignorance, and barbarity our poor country has ever seen.

We are a culture that at all turns mocks God.

In our ignorance, Americans turn to paid clowns for opinions to claim as their own.

What can I say? We don’t all feel this way. In fact, I’m quite sick about it. Many of us are desperately sick from all of this and we have no idea that we’re even sick to begin with. In fact, it’s safe to say we are an entirely sick culture from head to toe. We’re sick, but not yet dying. And to speak with sincerity and great humility, some of us look to Russia and see hope.

Yes, we see a lot of corruption, and a lot of festering problems too.

I noticed something else many years after you came to power. You were standing in front of this one time, and my eyes grew wide.