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Monarchy In Russia Must Come
Interview With Archbishop Gabriel
By Brother Nathanael Kapner May 11, 2015 ©

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ARCHBISHOP GABRIEL was born in 1961 and currently is serving as Bishop of Montreal and Canada with the
Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR).

Upon graduating from Holy Trinity Seminary in New York in 1984, he became an instructor of Russian culture at the Seminary until 1989.

After serving as an assistant to his superiors, he was ordained as a hieromonk and soon consecrated as a bishop in 1996.

Steeped in the history and culture of Russia, Archbishop Gabriel speaks with authority on the religio-political scenario of that nation of which he and his peers call “Holy Russia.”

Br Nathanael: Why is the idea of the monarchy important to us who are members of the Russian Orthodox Church?

Abp Gabriel: We cannot forget who we are, either in the Fatherland or abroad.

While the memory of Holy Orthodox Rus and the Russian Tsars was burned out of the people by the Bolsheviks, those in the diaspora never forgot the divinely-appointed monarchy.

Br Nathanael: How so?

Abp Gabriel: The monarchist ideal, the rejection of which led to the February Revolution, then to the October Revolution of 1917, did not fade away in the diaspora.

The number of adherents to the monarchy was small at first, because in pre-revolutionary Russia there were few monarchists in any of the social classes, especially among the educated—or at least those who considered themselves such.

Still, by Divine Providence, many Russians, having lived abroad for a few years, began to abandon the progressive liberalism and other such errors common among the intelligentsia and longed for Russia’s return to the monarchy.

Br Nathanael: You mentioned above that the idea of the sacred monarchy is connected to our self-identity as members of the Russian Orthodox Church. What do you mean by this?

Abp Gabriel: A return to the roots from which the culture of Russia sprung always involves a return to the Church. It’s inescapable. That’s why the majority of Russians today identify themselves as “believers.”

And with this self-awareness of our Russian Orthodoxy comes the expanded embrace of Russia’s religio-political history and heritage inextricably bound up with the monarchy. They work hand in hand.

Br Nathanael: What is the essence of Russia’s tradition of sacred monarchy compared with that of the West’s?

Abp Gabriel: In the West, the King ruled by “divine right.”

But in the East, beginning with Emperor St Constantine of the Byzantine Empire to Tsar Nikolai II of the Russian Empire, by “divine grace.”

Br Nathanael: What’s the difference?

Abp Gabriel: Prior to the Bolshevik Revolution there existed in Russia a society ruled by “imperium and priesthood.”

This two-fold rule comes out of the Byzantine Orthodox tradition of “Symphonia of Church and State” whereby the emperor or “tsar” looks after the welfare of the people based on the Church’s teachings.

The Church, in turn, is guarded by the Tsar through a foreign policy which has as its uppermost aim the protection and defense of the Church.

This is why Putin, whom I have had the honor of meeting, in striving to find a variation of Symphonia, affirmed in his Easter speech:

“The Russian Orthodox Church plays an enormous role in preserving our rich historical and cultural heritage and in reviving eternal moral values. It works tirelessly to bring unity, to strengthen family ties, and to educate the younger generation in the spirit of patriotism.”

Br Nathanael: But isn’t this ‘monarchist ideal’ authoritarian and oppressive?

Abp Gabriel: Not in the Orthodox East of which Russia is now preeminent.

In the west, as it evolved in its distortion of Symphonia, “divine right” was absolutist and authoritarian, asserting that a monarch was subject to no earthly authority.

But in Orthodox autocracy, a sovereign rules by “Divine grace”—in Christ’s service—for the benefit of the people.

“Grace” is the charisma of the Holy Spirit operating in humans to regenerate and sanctify and to inspire virtuous impulses.

Br Nathanael: How does the Tsar’s “grace” differ from believers?

Abp Gabriel: The Tsar undergoes a regal anointing of grace which is a Holy Mystery of the Orthodox Church.

Coronations in Russia involved a religious ceremony in which the Tsar was crowned, anointed with holy chrism—which imparted the Holy Spirit’s gift to administer rule—and formally blessed by the Church to commence his reign.

As a Church sacrament, the anointing and crowning of the Orthodox monarch confers a spiritual benefit that mystically weds sovereign to subjects.

Thus, the Orthodox monarch does not rule by “divine right” but by the “grace of the Holy Spirit” and is subject to the moral and spiritual teachings of the Church of which he is accountable.

Br Nathanael: Then what went wrong regarding the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II?

Abp Gabriel: The Tsar’s abdication was not primarily the result of erroneous politics and conspiracy by external and internal enemies but Divine punishment upon the Russian nation for apostasy from divinely-established rule.

There was “betrayal, cowardice, and deceit everywhere” wrote the Tsar in his journal.

That was the crux of the matter. Because of our apostasy from the will of God, we could not escape those mistakes, or correct them, and did not find the strength to resist the conspiracies plotted by Russia’s enemies.

We rejected the anointed of God and the Lord withdrew from us until we came to our senses.

When the ‘Restrainer of evil’—our holy Tsar—was taken away from us, the whole world was engulfed by a wave of evil and the “mystery of iniquity” given free reign.

Today, in the words of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Russia, the Lord has replaced wrath with mercy towards Russia.

Br Nathanael: Is there a correlation between the West’s enmity toward Russia during Tsar Nicholas II’s reign and Russia today under Putin?

Abp Gabriel: Here’s something to contemplate.

Despite the fact that Russia was considered backward by the West and the Tsar viewed as weak, thereby contributing to the rise of Bolshevism and the fall of Russia, it’s noteworthy that in 1914 the National Geographic dedicated an entire issue to Russia’s economic and cultural expansion.

It was the Russian interior minister, Peter Stolypin, who predicted in an interview he gave in 1909, that if Russia was able to live through a period of peace for 20 years, not subject to any wars, by 1930 she would become the world’s number one super power.

Tragically, Stolypin was assassinated by revolutionaries two years later, no doubt feared by those who wanted to change the political system of Russia.

Br Nathanael: Déjà vu?

Abp Gabriel: It’s eerie to think that the National Geographic article was written a hundred years ago showing Russia’s economic might.

And now a hundred years later, Russia – emerging from communism and atheism – is again perceived to be a threat by the West due to its rising might and revival of the Orthodox Church.

The same dark forces which brought on the Bolshevik Revolution targets Russia again. The “mystery of iniquity” continues its sinister work.

Br Nathanael: Will there be a restoration of the monarchy that would uninterruptedly resist Russia’s persistent enemies?

Abp Gabriel: As we tire of the world’s political corruption and cruelty, as we see the need to protect the Church from enmity toward Russia by the Western political system and its main stream media, we can easily recognize that only a sovereign Christ-bearing Tsar would be incorruptible and a stabilizing force.

Only he has no need for underhanded political intrigue, has no interest in any lobbies and cannot be bribed, but by the very essence of his service to Christ, he would never sacrifice the interests of his nation to her foes. The time is ripe for such an understanding.

The more the Russian people become churched and return to their Orthodox roots, then could come the restoration of our most treasured sacred monarchy.


For More See: The Jews Who Murdered Tsar Nicholas II Click Here

And: The Religion Of Vladimir Putin Click Here

And: Russia Turns Christian…America Turns Jewish Click Here

And: Jewish War On Holy Russia Click Here


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  1. Brother Nathanael May 11, 2015 @ 4:56 pm

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  5. Koolz May 11, 2015 @ 5:49 pm

    Yes it’s the opposite of what the Jews are doing to the US! and rest of Europe.

    Russia will lead the way, it’s the one and only Country that will save the White Race from the Jews. It understands family values and in return has a strong social structure.

    A country that is now Blessed and should be a model from everyone else.

  6. Nico May 11, 2015 @ 5:58 pm

    Profound piece and interview.

    Now if only the Western masses and media had the wisdom to seek the light espoused in this article and conversely eschew the darkness of the Jew dominated world, all four hemispheres could live in peace. Before it is too late…

  7. M S King May 11, 2015 @ 6:01 pm

    This POWERFUL Russian music video shows the difference between Russia and the West…Note the unabashed Christian symbolism

    “Forward, Russia”

  8. Greg Groebner May 11, 2015 @ 6:25 pm

    Perhaps it is partly because Russia would become the last worldly power that is also Christian, that the Virgin Mary in the public apparitions in Portugal 1917 asked for the consecration of Russia to her Immaculate Heart.

    Thus, something like St. Paul, in that Holy Russia as a chosen vessel. According to Frs. Gruner (RIP) and Kramer, President Putin brought up this topic in 2013 during his visit with Pope Francis, but the Pope more or less snubbed him.

    Putin as well as the Moscow Patriarch are said to be very interested and favorable toward this consecration (although that is not necessarily the case across the entire hierarchy; St. Petersburg is said to be opposed).

    Some further info here:

    – Fr. Kramer’s [somewhat caustic] take on the event:
    – a longer interview:
    – Fr. Gruner’s more diplomatic explanation:

    One point about the “divine right of kings”, is that it is really a fairly recent invention in the West, closely related to the birth of Protestantism and the attack on the Catholic Church as an institutional body (but perhaps with also some influences drawn very early from Eastern potentates learned since the Crusades, and the increased trade with the East leading up to the Renaissance).

    Even in pre-Christian times, the West has not really been into this idea of god-kings, except for some borrowing from the East brought about by Alexander and then the Caesars.

    For more than a thousand years, from about 500 to 1500 (but really, in the regions that stayed Catholic, at least up to the time of Napolean and even up to the end of the First World War in substantial areas) the kings of the West had a role that was by custom and consecration closely tied to that of service toward a Christian people, within the parameters divinely-mandated for the liberty of the Church to carry our her mission.

  9. KathJuliane May 11, 2015 @ 6:26 pm

    The Miraculous “Reigning” Icon
    2/15 March

    The Miraculous “Reigning” Icon of the Mother of God was discovered on the day of the abdication of Emperor-Martyr Nicholas II from the throne, 2/15 March 1917. The Russian People saw it as evidence that supreme authority over Russia, and the responsibility for assisting Russia, had been transferred to the Queen of Heaven.

    On two separate occasions, the Most-holy Theotokos appeared to the peasant woman Eudokia Adrianovna in a dream. On February 13, 1917, Eudokia heard the Theotokos say the following words, “In the village of Kolomenskoye, there is a large black icon. It has to be taken – let people pray [before it].”

    On February 26, she had a vision of a white church, within which there sat enthroned a majestic Woman. The peasant woman decided to seek out the church she had seen in her dream.

    On March 2, in the village of Kolomenskoye, near Moscow, she recognized the Church of the Ascension as the very one she had seen in her dream. After an conducting an exhaustive search, she and the parish rector found a large, dark icon of the Mother of God in the church basement; it was the very Icon that had been revealed to Eudokia [in her vision].

    People immediately began to revere the Icon as miraculous. Many copies of the Icon were made, and It was invited to be brought for prayer services to all of the surrounding villages, and to many monasteries, churches, and factories and manufacturing plants all over Moscow.

    St. Tikhon, Most-holy Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, blessed the writing of a service and akathist to the Reigning Icon, and participated in the composition of the service. (Another service, later published in Jordanville, was composed by V. V. Bogoroditsky.)

    The Icon’s title is consistent with the image depicted. The Theotokos is depicted as both a Heavenly Queen and an earthly one. Attired in a red vestment (resembling the mantiya worn by the Emperor) and a green tunic, she is seated on a throne.

    In her extended right hand, she holds a scepter, and her left hand rests upon an orb. On her head is a regal crown surrounded by a gold halo. On the Sovereign Lady’s knees sits the Divine Infant, making [a sign of] blessing, and with his left hand, pointing to the orb.

    It has been conjectured that the Reigning Icon, which was painted in the 18th Century, had previously been in the Ascension Convent in the Moscow Kremlin, and was removed to Kolomenskoye during Napoleon’s invasion in 1812.

    After the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the Icon and other holy things from the shuttered Ascension Church were warehoused in various storage facilities belonging to the State Historical Museum.

    Significantly, the return of the Miraculous Icon coincided with the liberation of Russia from the atheist yoke.

    In the late 1980s, thanks to efforts made by Metropolitan Pitirim (Nechaev) of Volokolamsk and Yuriev and by Archimandrite Innokenty (Prosvirnin), and at the personal direction of Museum Director K. G. Levykin, the Icon was secretly transferred to the offices of the Moscow Patriarchate’s Publications Division, where it remained for several years in the Altar of the house church dedicated to Venerable St. Joseph of Volotsk.

    On July 27, 1990, with the blessing of the Most-holy Alexei, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, clergy and Orthodox Muscovites took the Icon in solemn procession to Kolomenskoye, to the functioning Kazan Church. The Icon was installed near the right kliros.

    Ever since, on Sundays the akathist composed with the participation of Holy Hierarch St. Tikhon is chanted there.

    Church of the Ascension – Kolomenskoye

    On the high bank of Moskva River one can see the Church of the Ascension built in 1532. It is one of the first tent-roof stone churches in Old Russia. In the XVI and XVII centuries, this church, small in interior dimensions, served as a summer family chapel of the Russian Tsars.

    In 1994, the church was included into the UNESCO World Heritage List altogether with Moscow Kremlin and the Red Square.

    Nowadays, according to an agreement with the Patriarchy, the church is jointly used by the museum and the patriarchal metochion that was founded in 1994.

    In 1917, the great miracle-working icon of Our Lady of Sovereign was uncovered on the ground floor of the church.

  10. Russian Orthodox Christian In Asia - Asian May 11, 2015 @ 6:49 pm

    Brother Nathanael, is it possible to have this article written in Russian so that I share with my friends at Church of Saint Nicholas Cathedral in Bangkok, Thailand, and with our Pastor, Father Oleg?

    Thank you, Brother Nath.

  11. M S King May 11, 2015 @ 7:00 pm

    Bro Nat!

    Did you see this?

    Russia’s Defense Minister openly makes sign of the cross before Victory Parade @

    “Today will go down in Russian history, as a truly historical celebration of the victory over Nazi Germany. The parade – by far the most beautiful I have seen (alas, only on video, not in person) – was superb and for the first time included the Chinese PLA [People’s Liberation Army].

    Clearly, we see history in the making. But something else, no less amazing, also happened today: Defense Minister Shoigu made the sign of the Cross before the beginning of the celebrations:

    This is an absolutely momentous moment for Russia. Never in the past history had any Russian Minister of Defense done anything like it. True, the old tradition was to make the sign of the Cross when passing under the Kremlin’s Savior Tower, if only because there is an icon of the Savior right over the gate.

    However, everybody in Russia immediately understood that there was much more to this gesture than an external compliance to an ancient tradition.

    The Russian journalist Victor Baranets puts it very well when he wrote:

    ”At that moment I felt that with his simple gesture Shoigu brought all of Russia to his feet. There was so much kindness, so much hope, so much of our Russian sense of the sacred [in this gesture]”. He is absolutely correct.

    To see this Tuvan Buddhist make the sign of the Cross in the Orthodox manner sent an electric shock through the Russian blogosphere: everybody felt that something amazing had happened.” — Russia Insider

  12. Lars May 11, 2015 @ 7:39 pm

    I don’t know what went on behind the scenes, just like the Christian American people don’t know what is really going on, but the Bolshevik Jews must have somehow impoverished the people and then worked them into a hatred of the privileged monarchy and Church, just like they are doing in the US.

    In this restoration in Russia, they must protect the communication with the people and make sure they are not again disenfranchised.

    The people in the US need to take back control of their media and their Congress. But what the Jews are doing to the US is what Baalam and Barak did to young Israel. They corrupted their morality.

    A Republic cannot exist with an immoral population.

  13. Look May 11, 2015 @ 8:35 pm

    Clearly in the 1900s the wave was industrialization.

    At the time of the Russian Revolution, the U.S. was going through an industrial revolution with oligarchs and others, who ran factories, built railroads and cities and encouraged the masses to leave rural areas. This was happening in Europe as well. The working conditions in the USA and Europe were far from ideal.

    Similarly, it seems that in Russia, industrialization was taking place also but instead of being run by the oligarchs in the USA, it was being run by the Communist Party with more force and violence toward the peasants and sponsored by J-Banks, who also moved people into the city and away from their farms.

    What and why were these approaches to industrialization different? Could not Russia have industrialized with the Czar and without the Communist party sponsored by J-NYC? Could not the USA have industrialized in a more humane matter than it did?

    Of note the difference cited between divine right (as in divine rights of Kings) and divine Grace, the former being worldly and the latter being spiritual which is the truth, because it is the spirit of the law and not the letter of the law that should prevail.

  14. Eileen K. May 11, 2015 @ 8:50 pm

    Your interview with Archbishop Gabriel is absolutely brilliant, Br. Nathanael; his responses to your questions are spot on.

    The Orthodox Church is most akin to the first Christians of the 1st and 2nd Centuries AD in the Mideast; and Archbishop Gabriel’s responses opened quite a cornucopia of the history of the Orthodox Church from its beginnings back in the 4th Century AD with Emperor Constantine (Rome’s first Christian Emperor).

    I read the Mike King’s latest article (on on Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu’s having made a sign of the Cross in Orthodox manner at the beginning of the VE Day Parade in Moscow – something previous Defense Ministers had never done. It was quite an eye-opener, since Shoigu is a Buddhist of the Tuvan variety.

    I’m glad to learn that he did that; since it means everything to Russia.

    I’m going to e-mail you separately to request Archbishop Gabriel’s contact info; and, as I wrote you earlier, Brother, I’ll be sending my next contribution very soon.

    God Bless you always,


  15. Irene Bonney Faulkes May 11, 2015 @ 8:57 pm

    The last coronation in Russia was the grandest of the grand in Europe.

    The Czarina was the grand-daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain.

    Monarchs there are Heads of the Church of England and so is our present Queen.

    The Divine Right of Kings’ controversy pushed James I of England and Scotland into commissioning the much honored King James Bible translation.

    This was under the oversight of Sir Francis Bacon and also one, a Jew. Neither were adherents of true Bible faith.

    It could be the case that the present heirs to the throne were circumcized by a Rabbi and that indeed Prince George is the grand-son on his mother’s side, of a Jewess.

    This is British Empire monarchy.

    It appears to be the opposite of what could become Russia’s.

    Nevertheless, hope for a better world in politics, commerce, banking and in peace, being in the hands of the Jews behind them, does not lie in anything British or American.

    Recently, a Dutchman it appears, asked President Putin for Russian citizenship. He says he admires past Russian Czars and Mr. Putin.

    Perhaps many more, Europeans, Britishers and Americans even, would aspire to such being granted them.

    There is much to admire in Russia today, including its revival of the Russian Orthodox Church and now is it to be its monarchy?

    She does appear to be the answer to the present evil world’s situation.

    Christians there repudiate the blight of sexual perversion and gay marriage that afflicts our countries. Here, they eventually go along with it.

    Christian denominations divide on the issue.

    Looking back, one wonders if the USA ever was the bastion for evangelical and Scriptural truth it was said to be. It always had and indeed followed Jews.

    The Russian Orthodox Church it seems, refuses to allow the evils of Judaism and Zionism in its ranks.

    Western Protestantism broke with the Pope and the Roman Catholic Church.

    Is it the plan of the present Pope that endeavors are pursued to include the Russian Orthodox Church in its dominion?

    American churches have swallowed the bait of evil Talmudic, Kabbalah Judaism and Zionism. Hook, line and sinker are down the hole of delusion, darkness and ignorance as to who these Jews are.

    Arise, you men and women of Bible faith. Speak aloud the truth.

    Russia is not ashamed to pronounce her stance against their evil now that she has suffered severely at their hands. They murdered the last Czar and his family.

    Is it the turn at their hands of America and Britain with its Empire?

    The godly ones who know the truth there had better sound the alarm.

    Call for prayer and repentance.

    Behold Russia and know her present greatness.

    Leave the blindness about her might and military capabilities.

    She has risen out of her troubles that occurred and have followed her military capabilities and triumphs of World War II. The Siege of Leningrad can never be forgotten.
    Without such, Britain and America, despite the Jews behind them, would not have won that war.

    Christ is the Prince of Peace.

    He would rule in hearts and so give peace.

  16. Look May 11, 2015 @ 9:19 pm

    I believe the Royals of many countries intermarried:

    British royals with Russian royals, French royals, Swedish royals, etc…that the Royals tended to attract each other regardless of their countries.

    I believe hemophilia was present in both the British and Russian Royal families due to their intermarriages. Any comments on this?

  17. BAB May 12, 2015 @ 6:00 am

    Since a long time back I began to have second thoughts about the democratic system, which seems to be just another lie.

    In the democratic system those that truly rule our society are not at all «we the people» but the international banksters who, behind the scene, control just about everything.

    It’s these banksters who were behind the Bolshevik Revolution and the assassination of Tsar Nicholas.

  18. John May 12, 2015 @ 6:50 am

    If you are a Christian then you seek a Kingdom, (aka, Monarchy).

    If you love America’s demonic democracy that has taken over the world then you are in for a rude awakening when our King returns. Yahweh’s Kingdom is not a democracy.

    Satan has deceived almost everyone into thinking that Christians should embrace the all inclusive democracy. But in fact democracy is the worst kind of government, especially our corporate democracy, which always degenerates socially, economically and most of all morally.

    And once a democracy takes hold it cannot be changed from the degenerative course without being destroyed so we are destined to wallow in the mire of corruption, deviance and oppression until that time comes.

    Yahweh’s Kingdom is not all inclusive but is in fact exclusive. And thankfully so because when it comes we will finally be rid of the immoral reprobates that seem to be running the world today.

  19. The Elder of Zyklon-B May 12, 2015 @ 7:54 am

    Everything Archbishop Gabriel said here demonstrates his wisdom and knowledge.

    “The same dark forces which brought on the Bolshevik Revolution targets Russia again. The “mystery of iniquity” continues its sinister work.”

    Yes indeed. The ideological descents of Lenin, and in many cases the same bloodlines of the Bolsheviks are alive and well in the West and are plotting the destruction of Russia as Brother Nathanael has pointed out here in many articles and videos.

    I would be interested to know what the Archbishop would say about the following. The steady veneration of Christ hating Bolsheviks such as Lenin by Putin has to make one who can still critically think begin to really wonder.

    Please don’t try to tell me that this is just another brilliant chess playing statement that means something other than honoring the deranged psychopath Lenin as an icon of Russian history which should be honored.

  20. Kalin May 12, 2015 @ 8:09 am

    “Trotsky found the system too strong for him to break in America — he broke through the weak spot in Russia and would extend that weakness round the world. Every commissar in Russia today is a Jew.

    Publicists are accustomed to speak of Russia as if it were in disorder. It may be that Russia is, but the Jewish government of Russia is not. From a mass of underlings, the Jews of Russia came up a perfect phalanx, a flying wedge through the superinduced disorder, as if every man’s place had been previously prepared for him.

    That also is the way it was in Germany. The German ceiling had to be broken, as it were, before the poor Jews could realize their ambition. When the break was made they swarmed through and settled in places of control above the nation.” – Henry Ford, “The International Jew – The World’s Foremost Problem” (1921), Pg. 13

    “What will happen in Germany is not now known. Some regrettable things have already happened. But the Germans will doubtless prove themselves equal to the situation by devising methods of control at once unobjectionable and effective. But as to Russia, it is hardly doubtful any longer what will happen there. WHEN RUSSIA TURNS, A SHUDDER WILL RUN THROUGH THE EARTH.” – Henry Ford, Ibid, Pg. 14

  21. Ronald Schmit May 12, 2015 @ 8:12 am

    Re: Monarchy

    Thanks to the internet we are currently becoming aware that hierarchies are a deadly danger for humanity.

    Political hierarchies (governments), religious hierarchies, industrial hierarchies (big corporations) mostly seem to be infected with power-madness and the top levels see themselves as puppeteers and the rest of humanity as puppets to be used according to their whims.

    So would another permanent hierarchy — even in Russia with their strong social sense — be a good thing?

  22. steven May 12, 2015 @ 8:15 am


    Does the Church have any candidates in mind to be possible monarchs?

  23. Tim May 12, 2015 @ 8:23 am

    WOW… What a most excellent article/interview!

    I never would have known about the “by grace”. Thank you so much Bro Nat.

    I would love to see more about Russia’s history. A history that is not tainted by propaganda from either side(s).

  24. Kalin May 12, 2015 @ 8:36 am

    @M S King

    “POWERFUL” Indeed. Thanks for sharing that!

    May God bless Vladimir Putin and Russia and destroy the satanic, Jew worshipping freaks that run Jewmerica.

    Only then will the mass killings cease and the nations “shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.”

  25. Greg Groebner May 12, 2015 @ 9:21 am

    @Ronald Schmit

    Whether we like it or not, whether we plan for it or not, whether it fits into our mental framework or not — we will wake up one morning under a king.

    Unfortuantely, it seems most likely that his name will be something like Goldman or Sachs. The fact of the matter is that any sizable grouping will be run by an aristocracy – or else, a shadowy oligarchy, if an aristocracy is not allowed to act openly and honestly.

    Bodies that are large will necessarily be hierarchically-ordered if they are to remain stable and relatively free from anarchy.

    On the national level, the United States is no different. The choice is not really between “rule by the few” or “rule by the many”, but whether or not the few act for themselves or for the common good and the many.

  26. Has C. May 12, 2015 @ 9:24 am

    Response to Elder of Zyklon-B:

    I do not see Putin comparing Lenin to saints. I am not even sure the translation is correct and the fragment is probably taken from a major context.

    The thing is how today’s Russian patriots think of Lenin and Stalin. I am referring to utterances and books of a very outspoken and talented publicist Nikolai Starikov. He considers Lenin to be an asset of the British before and during the revolution.

    Like all the other revolutionaries he was being paid to destroy Russia as a geopolitical and economic superpower. After the revolution, Lenin broke with his masters in order to restore the greatness of Russia, for which he almost paid with his life (assassination attempt orchestrated by Sverdlov in Aug. 1918 by Fanya Kaplan). He later consecrated Stalin to continue his work.

    Stalin broke completely with the British (banker conspiracy) and even, instead of joining the Bretton Woods agreements challenged the bankers by restoring the Gold Rouble as an international currency, for which the “West” declared Cold War on Russia in 1946 (Fulton speech by Churchill).

    Later, in 1953, Stalin was poisoned (and his most trusted planned heir – Beria was shot) by the clique of Chrushchev. Since then the Soviet Russia was slowly deteriorating, and finally, it was dismantled by Gorbachev and Yeltsin, possibly agents of the bankers too (conscious or not).

    Putin himself declared that the dismantling of USSR was greatest geopolitical catastrophe, and he therefore he too seems to consider Lenin as the man who saved Russia from total destruction by the likes of Trotsky, Zinovev, Kamanev and others WHO remained the puppets of the bankers till the end.

  27. Ted Gorsline May 12, 2015 @ 9:33 am

    I guess this mean we get to send the Jews back to their promised land – that part of the frozen Siberian wasteland that the Romanov’s called “Beyond the Pale.”

  28. Has C. May 12, 2015 @ 9:45 am

    A great interview and article, Brother!

    One can imagine and hope that in the near future a movement in Russia will arise to consecrate Putin as a new Tsar. The problem is that after his second term, he will not be able to continue as president without violating the constitution. As a monarch, he will be able to elect his heir.

    That constitution, on the other side, which is a product of Yeltsin’s American “advisors” is deeply flawed and Putin will most probably, when the question of lifting the Western sanctions is over in the Fall, either way, will push for enacting a new one in which he will nationalize the Central Bank in order to give the power of Money emmission to the state.

    The other important question to be changed is nationalization of the underground and its natural resources.

  29. Has C. May 12, 2015 @ 9:49 am

    A Little off the main topic but important!

    I’d like to turn your attention to what seems to be the hottest spot in the Russia-Banker confrontation today, apart from Ukraine: the ongoing “Color Revolution” in Macedonia.

    The Banker (via Soros and Albanians) are going to destabilize Macedonia in order to prevent the planned continuation of the Russian gas pipe via Greece and Macedonia, futher to Serbia, Austria etc.

    That may explain the ongoing naval “exercises” in the Mediterranean by the fleets of Russia and China.

    A most informative article about it by Wayne Madsen:

  30. george May 12, 2015 @ 10:49 am

    For Russian speakers: Россия, которую мы потеряли.

    Wonderful insight into the destruction of the Russian state.

  31. KathJuliane May 12, 2015 @ 10:53 am

    Dear Elder of Zyklon B

    With typical Jew spin, the Telegraph created a sensational headline: Vladimir Putin compares Lenin to holy Christian relics, bla, bla, bla.

    And then of course, they cherry-picked from Putin’s speech without giving any context or back story, and created their article about that and sensational headline.

    Was Putin comparing Lenin’s embalmed corpse to Christian relics out of some sense of comparable holiness? No. The Telegraph made that up.

    Putin was speaking about mausoleums — above ground burials.

    The debate in Russian society about burying Lenin and doing something about the mausoleum, an artifact of monumental architecture constructed in the style of “Soviet realism,” has been going on since 1991.

    The mausoleum is hardly visited by Russians anymore, it’s mainly a tourist attraction.

    Every January, it seems to me the debate breaks out all over again. Then polls are taken. But, nothing official will be done until, as Putin has put it other times, the people decide that Lenin’s body should be buried elsewhere.

    The main problem fuelling the public debate is that a shared national narrative of the formative event of the twentieth century is still missing: Was the 1917 Bolshevik revolution a national disaster that destroyed the imperial Russian statehood? Or was it the beginning of the Soviet state of which today’s Russia is a successor?

    In other words, since the Russian civil war did not end in a reconciliation, even a bitter one as happened after the American Civil War, do we identify with the defeated Whites or with the Reds, led by Lenin, who exterminated them? It’s a paradoxical impasse that only time can soften and resolve. The Russian Federation is only 24 years old.

    If memory serves me about more recent poll results, although only about 25% now think Lenin’s mausoleum should remain as is, about 60% of the Russian people still think Lenin was a positive figure in Russian history, many of them older generations of the Soviet era and elderly war veterans.

    However, despite all the streets and public squares named after him, Lenin is hardly considered a national hero except to die hard communists. He has some popularity in Ukraine, in that some parties of Novorossians have recast Lenin and Stalin as anti-West popular heroes.

    One of the arguments used is that traditional Orthodox burials are “always” below ground, and therefore the mausoleum is not according to Orthodox tradition, and therefore, against historical Russian tradition.

    Putin’s quote the Telegraph used was very clearly not about the sacredness of Lenin’s remains, but what can be found as exceptions in Orthodox traditional burials — that the relics of saints are often kept in mausoleums interred above ground in coffins which have glass lids or are fully glass encased:

    “Many say the mausoleum contradicts traditions. What contradicts traditions? Go to the Kiev Caves Monastery (in Ukraine) or look at (Russia’s) Pskov monastery or Mount Athos (in Greece). There are relics of saints there. You can see everything there,” Mr Putin said. Meaning, “There are relics of saints in glass coffins in mausoleums.”

    Lenin’s mausoleum is not on consecrated ground in the the Moscow Red Square, despite the churches surrounding it. It’s a city square. It separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, from a historic merchant quarter known as Kitai-gorod.

    Red Square began life as a slum, a shanty town of wooden huts clustered beneath the Kremlin walls that housed a collection of peddlers, criminals and drunks whose status left them outside the official boundaries of the medieval city.

    It was cleared on the orders of Ivan III at the end of the 1400’s, but remained the province of the mob, the site of public executions, and rabble rousing, until much later.

    The name Red Square does not originate from the pigment of the surrounding bricks (which, in fact, were whitewashed at certain times in history) nor from the link between the color red and communism.

    Rather, the name came about because the Russian word krasnaya, which now means “red,” originally meant “beautiful”; in this meaning, it was applied to a small area between St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Spassky Tower of the Kremlin, and the Lobnoe Mesto (place of execution). It was previously called Trinity Square due to the the Trinity Cathedral, the predecessor of St. Basil’s.

    Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich officially extended the name to the entire square.

    Popularly, it was also known as ‘Fire Square’, reflecting the number of times medieval Moscow burned. During the Mongol and Tartar invasions, it was the site of fierce fighting, and right up until the end of the 17th century cannon stood ready to defend the square.

    Therefore, the Moscow Red Square has historical Russian warrior and battlefield associations as well.

    Red Square came into its own in the 20th Century, when it was most famous as the site of official military parades demonstrating to the world the might of the Soviet armed forces.

    Two of these military parades are of special significance to Russian patriotism. The first was the parade of 7 November 1941, when columns of young cadets marched through the square and straight on to the frontline, which by that point was less than 50km from Moscow.

    The second was the victory parade on 24 June 1945, when two hundred Nazi standards were thrown in front of the mausoleum and trampled by mounted Soviet commanders in celebration.

    I believe the Soviet era military parades started again about 1965 andstopped around 1984. About that time people stopped visiting Lenin’s tomb in any great numbers. The year 2000 saw the return of troops to Red Square, with a parade to mark the 50th anniversary of the end of World War Two.

    Kitay-gorod, developing as a trading area, was known as the most prestigious business area of Moscow. Its three main streets—Varvarka, Ilyinka, and Nikolskaya—are lined with banks, shops, and storehouses.

    The district is now home to the renovated GUM (“main universal store”) shopping mall, which was formerly the State Department Store, the main department store in many cities as well, which was known as the Upper Trading Rows prior to the 1920s built in the late 1890s.

    One of the most beautiful churches in Moscow, St. Nicholas Church on the Ilyinka (1680–89), informally known as the Great Cross, was a landmark in Kitay-gorod but was destroyed in 1933. This district also features the Trinity Church of Nikitniki, which today is nestled among city buildings. It was built in the 1630s on the land of Moscow merchant, Grigory Nikitnikov.

    Putin personally considers Lenin and the Bolsheviks a party of traitors. At the Seliger 2014 National Youth Forum, he accused the Bolsheviks of treachery because they undermined the country’s military effort against the Germans in the First World War.

    In the meantime, the Head of the St. Basil Russian Cultural and Educational Foundation, Vasily Boiko-Veliky has appealed to Putin to demolish the Lenin Mausoleum on Red Square and build a church in it’s place. The plans are drawn up, and the proposed Church in Honour of Our Reigning Lady of Sorrows would be built on the site of Lenin’s Tomb.

  32. george May 12, 2015 @ 11:21 am


    The Pale, IIRC, is the area now called Ukraine/Poland. Jews were permitted limited access to Russia proper.

    There is, however, an area called Bilobdjan which was the autonomous Jewish oblast in the USSR. Jews didn’t much like it, too cold and too little to plunder.

  33. Hoff May 12, 2015 @ 5:10 pm

    News bit from “Christian Europe”

    Vienna gets gay-themed traffic lights

    Hundreds of gay-couple traffic lights have been introduced in Vienna in time for the annual Eurovision Song Contest, which this year is being hosted by the Austrian capital.

  34. Hoff May 12, 2015 @ 5:37 pm

    Where did all the Jews go?

    ”People who had arrived in the Soviet zone on the basis of the 16 November citizen-exchange agreement with Germany. Refusal to accept Soviet citizenship meant no job and therefore no means of survival.” p124 The Eagle Unbowed. Poland and the Poles in the second world war.” by Halik Kochanski. 

    You can be dead sure about one thing, it was NOT Poles who was forced to become Soviet citizens – it was JEWS who was forced to become Soviet citizens.

    Now the Jews who ruled Soviet controlled the Jew (m)asses from Poland. According to the Jews there was 3.5 million Jews in Poland before WW2.

  35. Hoff May 12, 2015 @ 6:12 pm

    The Transfer Agreement —10 min

    Edwin Black is a jew.

  36. Fr Basil Willow May 12, 2015 @ 6:16 pm

    There is a wonderful mystical balance when a nation is overseen by a synergy of Emperor and Patriarch, as mentioned above.

    This way the emperor does not become a tyrant, because his spiritual father is the Patriarch to whom he goes to regular confession.

    The Patriarch in turn obeys the laws of the land and spends most of his time in the Altar, interceding for all people.

    This is the approved way of nation “government” given by God, first through King David. It was actually given to the people on account of their weakness.

    In a highly functioning Orthodox Christian society, God’s Laws written in people’s hearts essentially makes any “organised government” obsolete. That is also the pre-figuration of the future Age after the Second Coming.

    It might be noted that this arrangement also gives the ordinary person a greater opportunity to appeal directly to the Emperor, in special cases and needs.

    Thanks for this great Article which most will probably pass by not realising how powerfully God’s Grace is in such circumstances.

  37. Jacob Rothchild May 12, 2015 @ 6:26 pm

    Some people are referring to our government as a democracy, actually we are a Republic.

    As the pledge says, “To the Republic for which it stands”. Our Founding Fathers told us ‘Democracy’ was the same as Mob Rule and did not protect the smallest minority which is Individuals, like you and me.

    The concept was great and worked really well up until we got into WWI with Woodrow. Too bad they did not make Supreme Court elections, that was one way the devil got in the backdoor to destroy our Republic.

    Great article Brother Nathanael! I have learned much from you!

  38. Seek The Truth May 12, 2015 @ 6:38 pm

    The U.S. is totally demented compared to Russia.

    They’ll believe any lie that the Obama Hollywood Jews tell them. Among these lies is the 911 hoax that cave Arabs who couldn’t fly Cessnas completely destroyed all 7 buildings of the World Trade Center complex and vaporized millions of tons of girders using two jet planes with kerosene fuel!

    The Shell gas station and White Castle’s down the street from where I live in Cincinnati has become a hangout for these Bush 911 idiots who only care about where they can get the next drug fix from a Sasquatch lookalike or where they can pick up a hooker.

    These folks on drugs and rap music who would flunk a 3rd grade math class are the ones who believe that kidney diseased Osama Bin Laden and his Afghan cave Arabs did 911.

  39. Hoff May 12, 2015 @ 6:44 pm

    You who live in America probably don’t know about the European Song Contest. Here in EU it’s a big deal.

    When I was younger it was an event you looked forward to see. This is before cabel/satellite dish TV.

    I don’t look at any more, toady EU song contest is like American Idol on steroids. It’s insane hyped. It’s on TV and radio 24/7 300 days a year. Dead boring.

    The country that wins host the next year’s EU song contest. The winner last year is a transgenderbender from Austria. Watch the beard. 3 min video.

    Conchita Wurst – Rise Like a Phoenix (Austria) 2014 LIVE Eurovision Second Semi-Final

  40. Mark Leininger May 12, 2015 @ 8:53 pm

    According to the fundamental Laws of pre-revolution Russia, the major Pretender to the Russian throne is Prince Karl Emich of Leiningen.

    He is a grandson of Grand Duchess Maria Kirillovna, and Karl, 6th Prince of Leiningen, who died of starvation in 1946 in a Jewish run concentration camp in the Soviet Union at the age of 48.

    Karl Emich and his wife converted from Lutheran to Orthodox in 2013 making him priority eligible.

    He is descended from both Queen Victoria and Czar Alexander II, who was a grandson of Queen Louise of Prussia, who in turn was a grand daughter of Maria Louise Leininger who raised and educated her and her siblings after their mother died in childbirth.

    His Orthodox name is now Nikolai Kirillovich and his wife Yekaterina Fyodorovna.

    The motto of this 1200-year-documented Noble German House (family) is “A lust for life and Godliness.”

  41. Johann May 13, 2015 @ 3:56 am

    Wonderful new article, dear Brother Nathanael.

    It explains why the Jews hate the Russians the way they do, for in the Orthodox Church is an element that can handle the Jewish poison that in the West is killing the traditional way of life.

    The Eastern Church defends morality, unlike the churches of the stinking West. But what really made an impression on me was the way that Archbishop Gabriel explained the importance of ruling by divine grace.

    And I do believe that the Monarchy will be restored in the not too distant future. The world will then once again have a true Christian King on one of its thrones. The Jews worst nightmare will then be a reality.

  42. r a feibel May 13, 2015 @ 7:17 am

    My father who was born and raised in Buchuvina, Rumainia, which at the time was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire told a much different story of the Tsar as that part of geography he was from stood on the border with the then Russia.

    He was a product of the Marxist/Lenin/Trotsky political paradigm that was taking over Eastern Europe. And the interview is correct, though on the corruption by the Tsar’s court or ruling elite is missing.

    My father was born in 1883 and so saw a whole lot of history before he came here in 1903. There is way too much to try and write about here.

    I’m not a monarchist, but I hope that Russia and its fine people are able to withstand the coming onslaught of evil in store for them by the Jew.

    One more point, and that is I believe this onslaught is being brought about by the Jew being thrown out from Russia during the ’80s and ’90s.

    Only the few oligarchs who ended up stealing the resources and becoming billionaires.

    Putin came to power and turned the tables on most of them, not all. But I believe he has the good of the Russian people at heart.

  43. The Elder of Zyklon-B May 13, 2015 @ 11:16 am

    TBR’s Man Of The Year:

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  45. Brother Nathanael May 13, 2015 @ 11:22 am

    Dear All –

    Working on New Video now.

    Hope to post Thursday eve. Stay Tuned! +bn

  46. chestergimli May 13, 2015 @ 4:40 pm

    I just wanted to make a comment regarding Greg Groebner’s comment of 5-11.

    The fact that this so called Pope Francis’s snubbing of Mr. Putin in 2013 just shows what he truly is. I have read that there have been 20 Jewish popes in the church’s history and that the worst things that the church has done have been during the reign of these popes.

    A Mrs. Van Hyning also said that the leader of the Inquisition was one de Torquemada, a Jew. This information I found @

  47. Hoff May 13, 2015 @ 8:42 pm

    One min video. Must see! A Jew who actually doesn’t lie.

    Douglas Rushkoff: ”the thing that makes Judaism dangerous…” One minute video

  48. Irene Bonney Faulkes May 13, 2015 @ 11:39 pm

    Reply to Look.

    From what I read long ago, the young son of the last Czar and Czarina had that very disease.

  49. Ted Gorsline May 13, 2015 @ 11:48 pm

    I see where CNN’s blood thirsty Christiane Anamwhore, she wolf asset of the Mossad, is using Russia, specifically Mr Medvedev, to try to generate war, bloodshed, and murder in Syria.

    All day long, for months now, she shows him a photo (the audience doesn’t get to see), and asks Medvedev if he, Russia, can justify killing thousands of his own people.

    She plants this idea so often every day that its as if she is trying to train a dog — repetition-repetition-repetition — pure and unadulterated propaganda.

    She doesn’t mention the “Free Syrian Rebels” are foreigners, mercenaries, and street criminal who are being trained by the US and Turkey — and she knows that.

    She is definitely part of the whole war mongering scam.

    In the same mind numbing CNN promotion for Mossad asset Annamwhore, we see her linking the Christian Church to child molesting, and then a priest says,” and the church has to get it right” thus confirming the Christian Church has got it wrong re-child molesting.

  50. Seraphim May 14, 2015 @ 3:57 am

    Now, Shoigu was, by his own admission, baptized.

    The significance of his gesture when passing under the icon of Christ the Saviour at the gate of Spasskaya Tower, immured by the Bolsheviks in 1937 and restored in 2010, is even more clear. Russia resumed her missionary mission!

    And the march of the “Immortal Regiment” was an immense Panikhida! A remembrance of all the dead merging with all the Martyrs of Russia!

    What was less noticed, or not enough stressed, was that the mausoleum of Lenin, where usually parades were watched from, was completely out of sight, masked by the tribunes. It is a symbolic gesture, I dare to hope.

    When I was young, I happened to read a book of short sketches called “La Queue du Diable” (written probably in the decade before the war). I forgot almost all of them except one (that I forgot the title!).

    It was about a dream of Lenin. He was looking full of contempt at the icon of Christ, deriding and insulting Him and boasting about the revolution. “Hey,” said he taunting Him like the Jews at the Cross, “we did that and that and you could not stop us, your reign indeed is not of this world!”

    And from the icon a thundering voice answered: “Nor is it yours!” Terrified Lenin turns his eyes and contemplates the empty Red Square. The end.

    This image haunted me ever since. And I was always saying that Russia would not be truly reborn unless the mummy of Lenin would not be removed and buried (along with his pestiferous ideology).

    And presiding over all was the Cathedral of the Protection of the Mother of God! Very few people realize that the real moment of the conversion of the “Rus” was the foiled assault on Constantinople by the Vikings of Askold and Dir in 866 when Patriarch Photios dipped in the waters of the Bosphorus the veil of the Mother of God.

    A terrible storm ensued which sunk the boats of the Vikings. Shattered, Askold converted. Photius sent a bishop to the land of Rus’ which became Christianized and friendly to Byzantium.

    Although most historians discard the idea of Askold’s conversion as apocryphal, the building of the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos on the Moat (Russian: Собор Покрова пресвятой Богородицы, что на Рву) or Pokrovsky Cathedral (Russian: Покровский собор) by Ivan the Terrible to commemorate the capture of Kazan and Astrakhan, glaringly illustrates the tradition.

  51. Clinton Smythers May 14, 2015 @ 10:02 am

    The way I see it, a monarchy can be good or bad depending on what the monarch’s priorities are.

    Naturally, if its about divine right as he says, then the monarchs priorities are just to himself and the people serve him.

    But if his priorities are to be moral and is determined to serve the people, then it is by definition superior to any other for of government because he can not be bought, he can not be corrupted, he will not give into pressure, which is essential for a long lasting stable society where bad things in the country are uprooted just as soon as they gain root.

    You know, as an example the West complains and moans that “Russia has banned homosexuals,” but in reality you are allowed to be homosexual.

    You are just not allowed to express it in public or promote it in any way shape or form, which makes perfect sense since homosexuality isnt natural and should never be promoted because no one should have to see it period.

    What people do in their bed rooms in thier spare time, I could care less about; but when they push their way of life onto others away from what is natural then that’s what I take an issue with.

    The part about homosexuals where I draw the line is No — they should not be allowed to adopt children; No — they should not be able to hold hands and kiss in public and do other things homosexuals do; No — they should not be allowed to get married; and No — they should not be allowed all the same rights as heterosexuals period.

  52. Hoff May 14, 2015 @ 12:50 pm

    Video NATO = North Atlantic Terrorist Organization Sing: We are the World

    Israel Charges Seven With International Organ Trafficking

  53. sandor May 15, 2015 @ 9:40 am

    “Divine right” versus “divine grace”…utterly fascinating.

    Thank you!

  54. A.J. May 16, 2015 @ 5:18 pm

    So what is next for America? A whole new political system?

    Even if we restored the U.S. back to the Constitution the Jews would still find a way back to power and end up subverting it yet again.

    Our Anglo-Saxon Christian founders created the most advanced system of government that was supposed to give the most freedom to its people of any nation on Earth.

    But allowing the Jews equal rights with everyone else only allowed them to destroy our once great nation. Did the founders not anticipate the Jewish problem would eventually come to Americans shores?

    Perhaps in the future we are looking at a Christian republic similar to Russia with Christianity merging with the state (something the founders would have been against) or amending the existing Constitution itself to address the Jewish problem (with Brother Nathanael’s 6 Point Plan to end Jewish rule:

  55. LarPom June 5, 2015 @ 3:29 pm


    I’ll tell you what’s next for America. How about starting with giving citizens a normal education, your forefathers only inherited a long tradition of freedom that’s a few thousand years old and now are in bed with Jewry more than anyone else. So an upcoming divorce would be handy.

    And yes they did say something about it, like Benjamin Franklin :

    «If you do not exclude them, in less than 200 years our descendants will be working in the fields to furnish them substance, while they will be in the counting houses rubbing their hands. I warn you, gentlemen, if you do not exclude Jews for all time, your children will curse you in your graves.»

    @Mark Leininger

    That ridiculous German old man has absolutely nothing to do with beeing the new Russian King, bet you he didn’t even know what Orthodox Christianity was until someone told him he might make him a new throne. What’s wrong here is again a German trying to rule a foreign nation, thanks but I think I’ll pass.

    What’s left for us to do? not lose hope, try to be rather a Good Being than a evil one and hope we are spared from worse days in the reclaiming of our Nations from persistant and adversarial usurpers.

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