Father Marcel
Thanks for all your work.'
Fr
Don Reto Nay
I must add: A part from this disagreement, I love to read your articles.
Don Reto Nay
Father Marcel
Nice to meet you here, after many years, if you still remember. A part from my doubts I have about wnd.com I would strongly dispute that the presentation of this law corresponds to the reality. I think it is justified that Russia limits the access of Protestant sects into the country, first because I am personally not very fond of them and secondly because, as the example of the …More
Father Marcel
Nice to meet you here, after many years, if you still remember. A part from my doubts I have about wnd.com I would strongly dispute that the presentation of this law corresponds to the reality. I think it is justified that Russia limits the access of Protestant sects into the country, first because I am personally not very fond of them and secondly because, as the example of the Ukraine and Latin America has shown, they often work as the fifth column of the United States. I have regular contact with average people visiting from Russia. Russia certainly has many economic problems but that it were "terribly oppressive", this I have never heard. I listen to Putin's speeches (they make a lot of sense). To compare Putin with Obama is in my opinion confusing a good friend with a very bad foe. We are talking about politicians not about saints. However, if all the world politicians would be like Putin, the world would be a much better place. There is, after all, a reason why Putin's popularity is skyrocketing in Russia.
Uncle Joe
Father Marcel
Don Reto
Thank you for your comment. I love Russia as you can imagine. I do not see where I call them our enemies. As for Putin and the intelligence services, I submit they are clearly a major problem. Putin is using the Russian faith to consolidate and control every aspect of Russian society. In my view, he is extremely dangerous and the Russian people need a voice to help them maintain an …More
Don Reto
Thank you for your comment. I love Russia as you can imagine. I do not see where I call them our enemies. As for Putin and the intelligence services, I submit they are clearly a major problem. Putin is using the Russian faith to consolidate and control every aspect of Russian society. In my view, he is extremely dangerous and the Russian people need a voice to help them maintain an opposition and hopefully recover their freedom. Take a look at this new law. Putin is a different kind of evil than Obama and his death culture yet, terribly oppressive.

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Sincerely,

Fr Marcel
Don Reto Nay
Fr Guarnizo belongs to the Moscow archdiocese. I was surprised when I saw the title where he speaks about “our enemies” meaning Russia. After all, it is the US and NATO who are building up troops right at the Russian border. Further, homosex pseudo-marriage, contraception, destruction of the family, abortion, marginalising of religion etc. etc. are not core principles of the Russian policies, …More
Fr Guarnizo belongs to the Moscow archdiocese. I was surprised when I saw the title where he speaks about “our enemies” meaning Russia. After all, it is the US and NATO who are building up troops right at the Russian border. Further, homosex pseudo-marriage, contraception, destruction of the family, abortion, marginalising of religion etc. etc. are not core principles of the Russian policies, unlike in the Western states. “Our enemy" is not in Russia, he is somewhere else.
Abramo
U.S. two-standard-juristidiction: "In the past two years, the DOJ has prosecuted a young sailor for sending a single selfie to his girlfriend that inadvertently showed a submarine sonar screen in its background. It also prosecuted a Marine lieutenant who sent his military superiors a single email about the presence of al-Qaida operatives dressed as local police in a U.S. encampment in Afghanistan…More
U.S. two-standard-juristidiction: "In the past two years, the DOJ has prosecuted a young sailor for sending a single selfie to his girlfriend that inadvertently showed a submarine sonar screen in its background. It also prosecuted a Marine lieutenant who sent his military superiors a single email about the presence of al-Qaida operatives dressed as local police in a U.S. encampment in Afghanistan — but who inadvertently used his Gmail account rather than his secure government account." from: www.lewrockwell.com/…/guilty-not-char…