Russian Orthodox Church priests supervise deportation of Ukrainians to Russia - Anonymous

14.04.2022, 15:04
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Journalist Natalia Pakhaichuk, who gained access to the files of the Russian Orthodox Church, which were hacked by the hacker group Anonymous, said that the priests of this church oversee the forceful deportation of Ukrainians to the Russian Federation and spy in Germany.

She wrote this on social networks, according to TSN.

"I read the ROC correspondence, hacked by Anonymous. You can imagine what’s there! For example, information about the movement of deported Ukrainians. How many people have been moved and are being moved since February 18 (then it was called evacuation), in what direction and how. They have charts indicating the capacity, the percentage of completion, the plan for filling refugee accommodation," the journalist noted.

Natalia Pahaichuk notes that the Russian Orthodox Church calls the forced deportation of Ukrainians the "Refugees" project.

"As of March 30, half a million Ukrainians were transported in this way, including 100 thousand children. The aggression of the Russian Federation, blessed by Kirill, is called a "conflict in Ukraine" in these correspondences. Separately, I would like to draw your attention and, possibly, warn the refugees in Germany. The local Church of the Russian Orthodox Church is under special control. The bishop of Berlin and Germany reports to Moscow about the details of the "assistance" provided to Ukrainians by Orthodox churches in Germany," the journalist stressed and added that you need to send a request to the Anonymous to access the files.

Earlier, it was reported that hackers associated with the Anonymous group hacked the website of the charitable wing of the Russian Orthodox Church.

The residents of the temporarily occupied Izyum in the Kharkiv region are forcibly taken to the territory of the Russian Federation to "filtration camps" by the Russian invaders.