The rebellious schema-hegumen Sergiy declared the Russian Orthodox Church "the main enemy of Russia"
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The rebellious schema-hegumen Sergiy declared the Russian Orthodox Church "the main enemy of Russia"

25 June , 13:55SocietyPhoto: youtube.com
The confessor of the Sredneuralskiy Convent, schema-hegumen Sergiy (Romanov) recorded a video in which he turned to the devil and said that the “Russian Orthodox Church” is “the main enemy of Russia”.

The priest began his treatment with the child in his arms. First, he addressed his mothers with questions, “what will we leave for our children”. Then he gave a blessing so that the children could receive a worthy education and the opportunity to live in a state where they honor the law of God.

- The main enemy in Russia is the Russian Orthodox Church. What you see now is the plans of those who hate us Russians, you already see in the performance. I want you not to leave the church, that the law of God should be instilled in schools. To have an Orthodox Tsar in Russia, to have a master in Russia! The owner does not steal and does not drag from his home, ”said the former confessor of Natalia Poklonskaya.

He also said that he built five monasteries without the help of the "oligarchs and the rich" with national money.

"Do you know why we are building? I do not confuse the church pocket with mine. I want a host in our homes and families. Until 1917, we did not drink or smoke, we had a mighty power. I want you to live under the Orthodox Tsar”, - Romanov said.

In conclusion, the schena-hegumen turned to the devil.

“Devil, I declare to you, to all your accomplices and to all the demons and sorcerers - get out of Russia and from the whole world, get out of Russia!”, - the clergyman concluded his speech.

Earlier schema-hegumen Sergiy acted with an appeal not to obey the church leaders and the authorities, saying that for Patriarch Kirill and two metropolitans it is the time to resign. In addition, he actually captured the monastery.

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