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Xavier Lerma: “A renewed faith in Christ our King has become our fortress”

9 September 2016

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“The western media prefers to shriek like spoiled brats against Putin. ‘Evil dictator!’ they shout, while they themselves have rejected the Holy Spirit and proudly wear the seal of the Antichrist. They laugh but God is not mocked. Christ is Victorious in Russia where homosexuality is still a sin; blasphemy a crime; where crosses and holy images are in public view. A renewed faith in Christ our King has become our fortress. This is the wall Putin stands on and the wall that will cause Obama’s fall.”

Xavier Lerma

 

Whole article here.

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. Renee permalink
    9 September 2016 12:17 pm

    The most populous country in Europe is not and never will be a Western colony or semi colony. For those Western ideologues that cannot conceive of any relationship with Russia other than as a deadly or defeated foe, accepting this reality is a non-negotiable condition of achieving a semblance of stability and peace in the world.

    While Vladimir Putin and his government are not beyond criticism, their misdeeds pale in comparison to the record of Western governments in destroying one country after the other in the Middle East, presiding over a global economy that has sown nothing but misery and despair for millions at home and abroad, leading in the last analysis to the normalization of crisis and chaos. Their deeds would shame all the devils in hell.

  2. 9 September 2016 7:03 pm

    I’m old enough to remember when liberals liked Putin, back when Bush was President.

    • 9 September 2016 7:47 pm

      I’ve come to believe that the old conservative/liberal labels are not adequate to describe the true crisis that is going on in our world. The real dichotomy is between those who are seeking to impose a unipolar world versus those who see the better way forward as being that of a multipolar world.
      The Unipolar view is the Globalist agenda, the policy of the United States, regardless of whether the president was Republican or Democrat, for at least the last 25-28 years.
      The Multipolar view sees a balance of powers in the world as being the best way to establish security for all. Multipolarity is nationalism in the positive sense, meaning advocacy of political independence for one’s own country. Putin has been resisting U.S. efforts to establish a globalist system, and he is governing Russia as a Russian, and for Russians. This is what our governing elites really have against him.
      Some of the positions Putin stakes out overlap with views held by some Western conservatives, though he is also a statist. Putin is probably best described as a Russian traditionalist rather than a Western-style conservative.
      Putin’s new Russian traditionalism or neo-traditionalism is based on several principles: (1) statism, (2) stability, (3) freedom of, not freedom from, religion, and (4) cultural and social conservatism or traditionalism.

      • 10 September 2016 9:48 pm

        My point is that Putin has been always used as a foil for whatever Americans don’t like about the President. People’s comments on Putin are not about Putin as much as they are about Bush or Obama or whomever comes next.

      • 10 September 2016 11:51 pm

        That may apply to someone out there. It isn’t true of me.

  3. Michael permalink
    9 September 2016 8:20 pm

    Putin loves his country. That’s difficult for many Americans to understand because we have been educated to hate our own country. Russia wants secure national borders. We (or at least the MSM and the liberal ruling elite) think that open borders and unrestricted illegal immigration are “so progressive”. Putin is a grown man who understands the nature of power (and how, when, and where to use it). Obama and friends are children by comparison. Russia pays its debts and understand that national wealth comes from production and trade. America thinks that “wealth” comes from borrowing and printing money. Russia will survive the 21st century. We are headed into bankruptcy and dissolution.

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