It is true that current western liberal policy is destroying all our moral values and leads western society to abyss. Now the very bases of Christian life in Europe and America, built by Christians for centuries, traveling along the path of the cross to our day, are razed by liberal and leftist freaks. It is also true that Vatican and Protestant Churches acted like cowards and traitors for years, they have completely lost Christian faith and surrendered to liberal zionist agenda.
Leaders of the so-called Christian West have adopted the politically correct line that gay unions are now sacrosanct, while President Obama promotes the LBGT agenda at every level and every opportunity. Because of that, many white nationalist and conservative resources during last years made many claims that Putin and Russian Orthodox Church are now Heaven’s standard bearers against the decadent, post-Christian West. But these statements are false, Russian Orthodox Church is not an alternative to Roman Catholic or Protestant churches, because it is also full of sin. In reality LGBT and child pornography, child prostitution, sex trafficking of women and children, drug trafficking, drug addiction, alcoholism, suicide, homicide, and other social pathologies are rampant throughout Orthodox Russia on much higher lever than in “decadent West.”
It is true that thousands of churches were destroyed and millions of christians were annihilated in Russia by communist regime. But communist regime did not destroy the churches utterly. Instead, KGB (NKVD) took control of the Russian Orthodox Church, which became a very useful organ of the Soviet atheist state. Metropolitan Sergius had shown his true colors as far back as 1927, with his proclamation that the Russian Orthodox Church would be absolutely loyal to the communist government of the Soviet Union. Stalin rewarded Sergius by having him enthroned as Patriarch of Moscow in 1943. Ever since, the Russian Orthodox Church has been the handmaiden and enabler of Soviet and post-Soviet regimes that rule the Kremlin.
Following Sergius’ example, his successors likewise flourished by pacifying dissent at home and providing propaganda to the outside world to discredit reports exposing the true nature of the religious persecution and subversion going on in the Soviet Union. However, the cooperation of the church hierarchy notwithstanding, persecution of true believers returned with a new vengeance under the successive reigns of Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Chernenko, and Andropov.
There can be no question, alas, that in 24 years since the fall of communism in Russia, the Russian Orthodox Church has not only not repented of its sins, but has plunged ever deeper into apostasy and corruption of all kinds.
Because Patriarch Kirill is of central importance to the myth of Putin as the Saul-to-Paul, Christian persecutor-to-Christian champion, it behooves us to more closely examine the man.
In January 2009, Vladimir Mikhailovich Gundyayev is a Russian Orthodox bishop of Finno-Ugrik origin, better known as Metropolitan Kirill of Smolensk and Kaliningrad, was elected, from a short list of three candidates, to be the 16th Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, the highest position of authority in the Russian Orthodox Church (ROC). The election was called to fill the post that had been left vacant by the death of Patriarch Alexy II, who had headed the ROC since 1990.
Prior to becoming Patriarch, Kirill was Archbishop (later Metropolitan) of Smolensk and Kaliningrad beginning on 26 December 1984; and also Chairman of the Orthodox Church's Department for External Church Relations and a permanent member of the Holy Synod beginning in November 1989. Russian media made no big secret that a spectacular career of Gundyayev in the church hierarchy was made because of his close cooperation with the Soviet secret services and open support for the communist regime. Even after, Gundyaev was elected as Patriarch of Moscow, he continue to praise Joseph Stalin and USSR.
Gundyaev has very liberal views for homosexualism: “We accept any human choice, including in the field of sexual orientation, this is a personal rights. Religious tradition almost all nations suggests that homosexuality is a sin. Commits a sin should be punished ... Therefore, we periodically performed and oppose any discrimination of sexual orientation.”
Also, youtube video in Russian language: Orthodox priest and Russian general claim about the homosexualism of Patriarch
Under his rule, Russian church has showed full support to multicultural policy led by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Chairman of the Moscow Patriarchate Department for Church and Society (OVTSO), Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin, speaking in Moscow in 2013 at a press conference on the problems of adaptation of migrants, said that Russia would benefit from the influx of migrant workers in the event of successful cultural and social adaptation.
"The ability to accept new people - it is always a testimony to the power of society, and the process of adoption new people into the community - one of the keys to its future strength, stability and development of effective" - leads the "Interfax" words of the representative of the Russian Church.
According to Vsevolod Chaplin, you should not think that the best way to save society - is to maintain its formal homogeneity, building barriers againstthe new members of society.
"Any powerful country in history has been as strong as usually by the fact that attracted new people, and those people have become an integral part of the society of the country, its traditions, culture and social life. Therefore we need today is not to be afraid new people in our society, and to do everything to ensure that they become an integral part of this society, "- said the priest.
For the Russian Orthodox Church, said Vsevolod Chaplin, the first importance is linguistic, cultural training of migrants, the stimulation of their participation in political and public life, in the life of her religious communities.
It was reported earlier that the Church is planning to open a chain of adaptation centers for migrant workers. As the representatives of the Russian Orthodox Church, before the experience had local character, but after joining the federal program, which involves and government funding, the Church intends to engage migrants constantly. All proposals have been sent to the Ministry of Regional Development, supervising the project. The Church stresses that such activities will be conducted without any coercion.
Russian orthodox church has also taken the initiative to establish the Russian language courses for migrants. This was reported on January 22, 2013 by "News" referring to the head of service of the Moscow Patriarchate Department for Church and Society Maxim Parshin.
As stressed by Parshin, a proposal already sent by the ROC to Ministry of Economic Development. This project will be implemented within the framework of the federal program "Strengthening the unity of the Russian nation and the ethnic and cultural development of the peoples of Russia".
Documents from the KGB archives have confirmed what sensible observers had long ago deduced from his actions: that Patriarch Alexy II (also spelled Alexi or Alexei) was a long-serving KGB agent (code-named Drozdov, “Blackbird”), in other words, a traitor to his Christian brethren and the God he claimed to serve.
Kirill, though, did not have to worry about feeling the sting of persecution; he was in tight with the persecutors and on the fast track to privilege and power! In 1969, at the age of 22, he was tonsured by Metropolitan Nikodim, one of the ROC’s most notorious KGB agents (code-named Adamant). The following year Nikodim appointed Kirill as his personal secretary and began boosting him through the ROC ranks: archimandrite, bishop, archbishop, metropolitan. One of Kirill’s most important services to the ROC/KGB was to provide a public face for the Soviet Union at the conferences of the World Council of Churches. Kirill, in fact, became a top official in the WCC, being elected to the central and executive committees of the WCC in 1975.
Such service has its earthly rewards; while the Christian brothers and sisters he betrayed were tortured and killed, or rotted away in the infamous Gulag Archipelago and psychiatric prisons, Kirill (a.k.a. Agent Mikhailov) enjoyed the high life of the Communist Party’s elite “nomenklatura.” David Satter writes: Putin’s KGB/FSB was taking no chances with his replacement. All three candidates — Metropolitan Kliment of Kaluga and Borovsk (code-named Topaz), Metropolitan Filaret of Minsk and Slutsk (code-named Ostrovskii), and Metropolitan Kirill (code-named Mikhailov) — also have been reliably identified as agents of the KGB/FSB.
Russia expert David Satter, a former Moscow correspondent for the Financial Times (of London) and the Wall Street Journal, wrote of the election in 2009 for Forbes: "According to material from the Soviet archives, Kirill was a KGB agent (as was Alexei). This means he was more than just an informer, of whom there were millions in the Soviet Union. He was an active officer of the organization. Neither Kirill nor Alexei ever acknowledged or apologized for their ties with the security agencies".
Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia quotes:
“A crackdown on far-right movements is the path we must follow today in order to lead interethnic relations out of their current dangerous state,” Patriarch Kirill told reporters in response to Saturday’s riot on Manezhnaya Square in central Moscow.
”Hate crimes are endangering Russia’s progress and should be stopped at all cost.”
“Russia needs to revive Soviet-era sense of solidarity.”
“Russia should build itself around all the good things that made the Soviet era stand out.”
We must never forget the achievement of the Soviet people, “and not just the military.”
“What about those Komsomol members (young Communists) who gathered crops, built the BAM (Baikal-Amur Mainline railway), without getting awards or privileges in return? It is a sense of teamwork, a sense of desiring to join efforts and do something good for your country.”
The idea of unity and continuity of the historical memory, protecting the national heritage against falsifications, against biased misinterpretation of the past reality “must form a base of values for cooperation among political forces,” the patriarch said.
Kirill Gundyaev also openly supported red Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.
Gundyayev didn’t even try to hide his friendship with Russia’s and US Jewry.
In the 1990s, he had income from such "humanitarian relief" to Russia as tobacco, alcohol, from corrupt deals with oil. In 1995, the Nikolo-Ugreshky Monastery, which is directly subordinated to the patriarchate, earned $350 million from the sale of alcohol. The patriarchate’s department of foreign church relations, which Kirill ran, earned $75 million from the sale of tobacco. But the patriarchate reported an annual budget in 1995-1996 of only $2 million. Kirill’s personal wealth was estimated by the Moscow News in 2006 to be $4 billion. There are a lot of photos of his residences, including villas in conservation areas, and yachts.