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State Will Keep Believers Safe From Attacks - Kremlin
Interfax ^ | 10/1/12

Posted on 10/01/2012 6:19:25 AM PDT by marshmallow

Moscow, October 1, Interfax - The government will keep believers safe from attacks, said Kremlin chief of staff Sergey Ivanov.

"The state will use the force of law in its entirety to defend our citizens' religious feelings and our national and spiritual values from blasphemy and insult," Ivanov said in Moscow on Monday, opening the 16th Frontiers of History - Frontiers of Russia World Russian People's Assembly.

History must be remembered, including the dramatic 20th century history, "when erosion of the spiritual foundations marked the beginning of the nation's breakup and plunge into revolutions, tremors and civil confrontation," he said.

The Russian Church has amassed unique experience of cooperating with the state, which helps "tackle social and educational tasks successfully, to maintain stability and ethnic peace, and to counter extremist sentiment and manifestations of xenophobia and religious intolerance," Ivanov said.

"The Russian people and Russian couture have always been the backbone of the Russian state, while the Russian Orthodox Church and other traditional religions have always been its spiritual foothold," he said.

TOPICS: Current Events; Orthodox Christian; Religion & Culture; Religion & Politics

1 posted on 10/01/2012 6:19:30 AM PDT by marshmallow
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To: marshmallow

The contrast between the direction of our two countries is difficult to accept.

2 posted on 10/01/2012 6:22:49 AM PDT by skeeter
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To: skeeter
"The contrast between the direction of our two countries is difficult to accept."

Things could turn around, but so many Americans are convinced that they're going to be evacuated rather than having to stand up for their faith that there's not much chance of a turnaround any time soon. Given that fact, some other country will have to be lifted up to fight the Mooze Lames and the other Satanic forces now advancing in the world.

After all, Christ is seated until His enemies are made into a footstool for Him, not until it's time for Him to drive the bus down to earth and pick up His sheep so Satan can have the place to himself. Christ is already the King and we're supposed to be securing His kingdom. If the US won't do it, He'll get someone who will.

When the public square can't even have a Nativity Scene at Christmas and the courthouse can't display the Ten commandments it's just a matter of time before Christ abandons this country to what it has worked so hard to become; a nation of reprobate, degenerate, self worshiping, scum.

If this country will no longer even try to stand for Christ, He'll raise up, empower,and lavishly bless, another country to do so.
The Russian leadership has realized they can't follow the US & Europe where the majority of the population prefer ideas like contraception, abortion, homosexuality, and each individual defining truth for themselves, to ideas like respect for Christ and Christian morality.

Unless you think one of the European countries could be revitalized and Christianized to the point that it would stand for Christ against Iz Lame and other Satanic forces, it's Russia, Poland, and the rest of the former Warsaw Pact countries that will have to step up and save Europe from Iz Lame yet again.

3 posted on 10/01/2012 8:06:37 AM PDT by Rashputin (Jesus Christ doesn't evacuate His troops, He leads them to victory.)
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