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ሤራው በኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያናውያን ላይ ነው የተጠነሰሰው

Posted by addisethiopia on January 15, 2015

በህጻናትደፋሪዎችና ሰዶማውያን የሚመራው ዓለም አቀፋዊ የሊሲፈራውያን ቡድን ኢትዮጵያን እየከበበ እንደሆነ፡ ዓይኑንም በኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያኖች ላይ መትከሉን ከዚህ ቀደም ደጋግሜ አውስቼው ነበር። ዘመቻው አሁን ወደ መጨረሻው ደረጃ የደረሰ ይመስላል፡ ተደናግጠዋል! ተቻኩለዋል! ነገሮች ሁሉ በፈጠነ መልክ በመጧጧፍ ላይ ናቸው። የፓሪሱን ጉድ ደግሞ ለየመን ሰጥተዋታል። ሱዳን፣ ጂቡቲ፣ ሶማሊያ፣ የመን፣ ሳዑዲ አራቢያ በቅርቡ አንበጣዎች በሁሉም ክንፎቻቸውን ይዘረጉባቸዋል።

የእነ ፕሬዚደንት ክሊንተን፣ ልዑል አንድሪው እና ጀፍሪ ኤፕሽታይን የህጻናትደፈራ ቅሌት ቶሎ ተረሳ፡ የፓሪሱ ሽብር ጥሩ ማድበስበሻ አጋጣሚ ሳይሆንላቸው አልቀረም። የጀፍሪ ኤፕሽታይንን የኢትዮጵያ ተል ዕኮ በሚመለከት ከዚህ ቀደም እዚህ በጥቂቱ አውስቸው ነበር። ለማንናውም ሃቅ መውጣቷ አይቀርም፡ በዚህ ዓመት ትልቅ ነገር ይከሰታል!

የአንደኛው የዓለም ጦርነት እ..አ በ1914 .ም ሲጀምር ዓላማው ሩሲያን በኮሙኒዝም ሥርዓት ላይ ለመጣል ነበር፤ ለዚህም ኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያን የሆነው የሰርቢያ ተወላጅ በአውስትሮሃንጋሪ ንጉሥ ላይ የግድያ ጥቃት በሳራየቮ ከተማ አድርሷል በሚል ሳቢያ ነበር። ኮሙኒዝም በሶቪየት ሩሲያ ካንሰራፋና በኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያኑ ላይ አያሌ ነፍስነጣቂ ዘመቻዎች ከተካሄዱ ከ25 ዓመታት በኋላ፡ ሉሲፈራውያኑ ሁለተኛው የዓለም ጦርነትን በ1939 .ም ቀሰቀሱ። ከዚያም፡ ከ50 (25+25 = 50) ዓመታት በኋላ በ1989 .ም የበርሊኑን ግንብ በመገርሰስ፡ የምስራቃውያኑን የዋርሶው ፓክት የጦር ቃልኪዳን ድርጅት ብሎም ሴቪየት ህብረትን ለመበታተን በቁ። አሁን፡ ሩሲያን ሙሉ በሙሉ ለመቆጣጠር ልክ በኦርቶዶክስ ኢትዮጵያ ላይ በማካሄድ ላይ እንዳሉት (ታች የቀረበው ጽሑፍ በግልጽ ያሳየናል) ፡ በተለያዩ ምጣኔኃብታዊ፣ ማሕበረሰባዊ፣ ባሕላዊ፣ ሃይማኖታዊ ድርጅቶቻቸው አማካይነት ተጽእኖቻቸውን ለማሳደር ታገሉ፤ ሩሲያ፡ በአንግሎአሜሪካውያን መሪነት የአንድ ዓለም መንግሥት ምስረታው ሂደት ላይ እንድትካተት፡ የነጮቹ ጦር ካልኪዳን ድርጅት፡ የኔቶ አባልም እንድትሆን ተስማሙ። ይህ ሩሲያ የምትከተለው መንገድ ያልጣማቸው ቦሪስ የልሲን ሩሲያአፍቃሪ የሆኑትን ቭላዲሚር ፑቲንን አስጠጉ፡ ፑቲንም መሪነቱን ተረክበው፡ ባለፈው የፈረንጆች ዓመት፡ 2014 ላይ ከሉሲፈራውያኑ የአንድዓለምሥርዓት አቀነባባሪ ማሕበረሰብ መውጣታቸውን በቆራጥነት አረጋገጡ፡ ይህም፡ የበርሊን ግንብ ከፈረሰ ከ 25 ዓመታት በኋላ መሆኑ ነው። (25–2 + 5 = 7:: 2007 ዓ.ም ላይ ነን) የዪክሬይኑ ጦርነት፣ የማሌዢያ አውሮፕላን፣ የኢኮኖሚ ማዕቀቡይህ ሁሉ በቀል የመጣው ለምን በኛ ሥር አልሆኑም፡ ለምን ከኛ ጋር አልተባበሩም ከሚል ቂም የተነሳ ነው። የማሌዢያው አውሮፕላን በሩሲያ ተመትቷል የሚል የውንጀላ ክስ ከምዕራባውያኑ በኩል ሲቀርብ፡ ፕሬዚደንት ፑቲን በዚያኑው እለት የኦርቶዶክስ ቤተክርስቲያን ገብተው ጸሎት ማድረሳቸው፤ ምንን ነው የሚያሳየን? አዎ! መጋደላችን ከደምና ከሥጋ ጋር ሳይሆን፥ ከአለቆችና ከሥልጣናት ጋር ከዚህም ከጨለማ ዓለም ገዦች ጋር በሰማያዊም ስፍራ ካለ ከክፋት መንፈሳውያን ሠራዊት ጋር መሆኑን ነው

አቤቱ የሰይጣንን ሠራዊት ከእኛ አርቅ በወጥመዱም እንዳንገባ ጠብቀን፡ ክንፉንም ሁሉ ከእኛ አስወግድልን፡ በአንተ ታምነናልና

Soft Power – the USA’s Cultural War against Russia, 1991 – 2010

The victory over the Soviet Union was particularly achieved with the help of these non-military methods. The strategy, which did not intend any coexistence with the Soviet Union, but aimed at “disassembling” the Soviet system, was elaborated by the Reagan administration in 1982.6 The plan included seven strategic initiatives, among them as point 4: Psychological warfare, aimed at producing fear, uncertainty, loss of orientation both among the nomenclature and the population.7 This war was not only waged against communism, but against Russia, as Brzezinski’s direct statements testified: “We destroyed the USSR, we will also destroy Russia.” “Russia is a dispensable state, anyway.” “The orthodoxy is the main enemy of America. Russia is a defeated country. It will be divided and put under guardianship.

In 1990, Joseph Nye, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an ally of Zbigniew Brzezinski introduced the term “soft power” or “smart power” for these methods; the term goes back to the same roots as “Social Engineering”.9

He published his book “Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics” in 2005, in which he suggested that America is to become attractive by its culture and its political ideals. The Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, a neo-conservative think tank, whose board of directors hosts Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski, established a Commission on Smart Power in 2006, headed by Joseph Nye and Richard Armitage. In 2009, the commission published a memorandum “A Smarter, More Secure America”, which aimed at enhancing America’s influence in the world by “soft” methods.10

First successful application of the new strategy: the Perestroika

For the first time these new methods were used as a strategy in the “Perestroika”, when Mikhail Gorbachev came to power. The Perestroika had its positive aspects; it re-established the freedoms of opinion and of movement, but it was also a substantial instrument of influence of the West.11 Within the Central Committee, the CPSU and the nomenclature a group emerged, which shifted to the positions of the West and aimed at introducing the western neoliberal system

Western organizations for cultural influence in Russia

In the perestroika era the lodges and their run-up organizations were permitted again.13 On Kissinger’s request, Gorbachev permitted the establishment of the B’nai B’rith lodge in Moscow in May 1989. Since that time about 500 lodges have been founded in Russia by the Grand Lodges of England, France, America, etc. At the same time more open organizations, clubs, committees and foundations were established for politicians, businessmen and members of the professions that had no relation to the rituals, but shared the principles of the lodges. There are several thousand members of Masonic lodges in Russia who participate in the rituals, but in addition there are ten times as many members of the “maçonnerie blanche” (white masonry), who take no part in rites but accept the principles and are led by Masonic brethren.

Within the framework of his program, the foundation published text books in which Russian history was presented in the neoliberal, cosmopolitan sense.

In 1992, the Russian branch of the Rockefeller Foundation called Planned Parenthood Federation was founded in Moscow and in 52 further Russian cities. The foundation attempted to introduce the subject “Sex Education” in all Russian schools, a subject which was actually intended to destroy the family and reeducate the people towards the ideal of a new human being. This project was not successful, because officials of the Ministry of Education, teachers, parents and the Orthodox Church resisted; the project was rejected at a conference of the Russian Academy for Teacher Training in 1997

The western influence on the educational system and the media

An important long-term target of western lobbying has been the educational system and higher education. After the 1991 turnaround, centralism and Marxist ideology were eroded with the help of western advisors. The 1992 Education Act and the constitution of the Russian Federation of 1993 established a profound reorientation of the educational system following the western model of the neoliberal-democratic paradigm. It included the introduction of free market elements in the educational system and the construction of a civil society.

Granting western credits to the educational system was closely linked to its compliance with the donors’ requirements. In this way the educational system was transformed according to the neoliberal concept.

The resistance of the Russian state and the intelligentsia

One means of the cultural war was the campaign of the western media against Russia, which has been going on for ten years, now, especially since Khodorkovsky was arrested in 2003 and the slogan of which is “Russia on the way back to the Soviet system!” A further example is the so-called persecution of progressive artists, which is said to consist of the removal of so-called blasphemic and pornographic works from public exhibitions. These were, however, mainly provocations by NGOs financed by the west. The Sakharov Center, whose aim is to implement the open society, organized an exhibition in 2003 called “Caution! Religion”, which also showed blaspheme and anti-Christian exhibits. Thereupon the Duma demanded to take action against the leadership of the center from the public prosecutor’s office. In 2005 the organizers were adjudged to a penalty.

Religious renewal

The decisive resistance against westernization today comes from the Orthodox Church, which is anti-modernist and traditionalist. The Orthodoxy advocates traditional values such as marriage, family and maternity and rejects homosexuality. The churches are full, predominantly with young and very young people. The majority of the young people confess to orthodoxy, i.e. to Christianity, and marries in Church, again. There are again 100 million faithful, 30 000 priests and 600 monasteries. The Clerical Academy in Sergyev Possad is filled; there are four applicants for one place. There is an orthodox radio station, a publishing house, a number of magazines, military clergymen in the army as well as a hospital and a prison ministry, and in the schools Religious Education has de facto been reintroduced for the first time since 1917. According to a survey, 70% of the Russians call themselves religious.

In 2007 the Russian-Orthodox Church and the Vatican decided to resume talks in order to eliminate their differences of so many years. Archbishop Ilarion, head of the Foreign Office of the patriarchy, former Russian-Orthodox bishop of Vienna, commented that “We are allies and face the same challenge: an aggressive secularism.”35

Orthodoxy is called the “religion of the majority” in Russia. On 4 November, the day of nationhood in Russia, I could observe an unusual procession on the Red Square. The Patriarch walked in the first row, the leaders of the Islam, the Jewish community and the Buddhists in the second. That was meant as a visible symbol: “The Patriarch is the head of the predominating religion. He unifies the faithful and promotes the co-operation of the religious communities. The Patriarch is the mental leader of the whole people, not only of the orthodox believers.

Conclusions

Nowadays, Russia finds itself in a crisis, which is first expressed in the financial and monetary system, but has also hit the cultural sector. Its deeper cause is that the pluralistic secular society does not provide the people with a real community, a world view and a sense in life.

Russia does not need the “materialistic and egoistic culture” of the present western society, but a universal national ideology, which includes all aspects of the people’s lives, develops the country and averts all danger that threatens the people’s existence.

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