Tag Archives: Ukraine

«Ministry of Truth » of Ukraine Urges Citizens to Begin the Day with Prayer and Singing Anthem The Ministry of Informational Policy of the European Ukraine, better known as the Ministry of the «truth», seriously believes that all citizens of Ukraine should begin and end their day with prayers and singing of the national anthem, following the example that has

Read more

From Batman-Politics to a Complicated Relationship

The author examines the Europe-Russia relationship in light of past US and EU foreign policy and the current Ukraine crisis. Will American exceptionalism and its Ukrainian failure engender the more classic European relationship with Russia? Can Europe move from a Batman comic-book to return to “Je t’aime — Moi non plus”: a genuine love-hate affair between Europe and Russia, with

Read more

Obama foreign policy – “order out of chaos”

Obama foreign policy can be summed up in four words, “order out of chaos.” When understanding Obama foreign policy you must understand america. America is facing a huge problem, financially collapse. Obama who ran for office in 2008 promised this fake utopia. Americas politically wanted change after we felt our leaders in the White House lied to the people about

Read more

«Russian military intervention in Ukraine»: The Shadow of Think Tanks

Scale of Russian military intervention in Ukraine revealed, says report’ Headline in Guardian Newspaper, 11/03/15 (later edited) Startling revelations in the Guardian Newspaper today helped to uncover the Government’s current domestic and foreign policy concerns. The report in question was produced by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), an apparently independent `think tank’ similar in many ways to the Washington `think

Read more

ST. LAWRENCE OF CHERNIGOV: SOME PROPHECIES AND STATEMENTS ON THE UKRAINIAN SITUATION

Schema-Archimandrite Lawrence, in the world Luke Evseevich Proskura, was born in 1868 in the region of Chernigov. He reposed on the Feast of Theophany, 1950, and after his death his relics were found to be incorrupt. The Russian Orthodox Church canonized him as a saint in 1993 (commemorated on December 29/January 11 and January 6/19). Besides the gift of healing,

Read more
« Older Entries Recent Entries »