The Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church currently sequestered within the walls of the Danilov Monastery discussing retaliatory measures to be taken in response to the exarch (designates holders of various historical offices, some of them being political or military and others being ecclesiastical) ruling by the Patriarchate of Constantinople as it regards the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, have now centered their talks on debating a declaration of “Holy War” against the United States—and that follows by nearly 3 years the Russian declaration of “Holy War” against the radical Islamic terrorists barbarians in Syria after the Church asked President Putin to make the protection of Christians one of the governments main foreign policy directions, to which he replied: “This is how it will be, have no doubt”. […]
In May-2001, just 5 months prior to the 11 September 2001 attack upon America, the US Department of Defense conducted a major war game exercise called Unified Vision 2001—and whose success was typified in the comment made by Dave Ozolek, Assistant Director of the then-Joint Experimentation Directorate who said: “Nostradamus couldn’t have nailed the first battle of the next war any closer than we did”. Strongly disagreeing with this assessment, however, was US Marine General Paul Van Riper–who was the “Red Team” leader in this war game taking on American military forces—and who was angered that during one crucial engagement during Unified Vision 2001, he was “informed” by the “White Cell”, or “control”, overseeing the game that the United States had destroyed all 21 of the “Red Team’s” deeply buried ballistic missiles, even though the “Blue Team” commander never actually knew where they were located. […]
Though they were praying over fears of an assassination; praying for the well-being of the President and nation “borders on heresy.” Keeping it classy?
“It is a form of theological malpractice that borders on heresy. When you can p-r-a-y for a president and others while they are p-r-e-y, preying on the most vulnerable, you’re violating the sacred principles of religion. You know, there is a text in Amos Chapter 2 that says religious and moral hypocrisy looks like when a nation of political leaders will buy and sell upstanding people when they will do anything to make money, when they will sell the poor for a pair of shoes, when they will grind the penniless into the dirt and shove the luckless into the ditch and extort from the poor. That is an actual text.” So sayeth Dr. William Barber, who is clearly very l-o-s-t and u-n-r-e-a-d, particularly in the b-i-b-l-e. […]