Patriarch Kirill

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Patriarch Kirill has been the head of the Russian Orthodox Church since 2009.

Two weeks into the NATO war in Ukraine, Patriarch Kirill delivered a sermon excplaining why the Russian intervention into the Ukrainian civil conflict:

“In the Donbass there is rejection, a fundamental rejection of the so-called values that are offered today by those who claim world power. Today there is such a test for the loyalty of this government, a kind of pass to that “happy” world, the world of excess consumption, the world of visible “freedom”. Do you know what this test is? The test is very simple and at the same time terrible – this is a gay parade”.

Kirill continued: “The demands on many to hold a gay parade are a test of loyalty to that very powerful world; and we know that if people or countries reject these demands, then they do not enter into that world, they become strangers to it.”[1] Patriarch Kirill has been under sanctions by the globalist-controlled and dominated UK regime since 2022.[2][3]

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