Patriarch of Moscow says the invaders were brought up by the Russian Orthodox Church

22 June, 10:05
Orthodox
Patriarch of Moscow says the invaders were brought up by the Russian Orthodox Church - фото 1
Kirill (Gundyaev) spoke at a divine service during his visit to Penza about the war that Russia is waging on Ukraine. He praised the invaders for their "courage and self-sacrifice", about which he was allegedly told about by priests who deal with the ruscist military. According to Patriarch Kirill, in their actions in Ukraine, the occupiers are guided neither by money nor the supervisors’ orders, their motivation is Orthodox upbringing.

In addition, the Patriarch of Moscow said that no new churches are being built in Europe and America, and Russia, which is building new churches, is a "miracle of God”, reports Glavkom.

After the Kyiv region was liberated, Ukraine and the world learned about the atrocities of the Russian invaders in Bucha, Irpin and other cities and villages of the capital region. Mass graves and other traces of mass murders were found in the territory liberated from rushists, and numerous cases of rape were recorded.

Journalists found that the Rosgvardiya unit "Vityaz", the 76th Guards Airborne Assault Division from Pskov and "Kadyrovites" were committing atrocities in Bucha.

The rashists also committed war crimes in other temporarily occupied territories. In particular, in the Chernihiv region, where the prosecutor general's office has already identified a dozen executioners.

Later it became known that the invaders mock civilians of Ukraine in the south, in the occupied Kherson region.