March 5th was a day to remember our brethren, the thirty-four venerable fathers of the Monastery of the Transfiguration at Valaam on Lake Ladoga who were massacred by a party of converts to Lutheranism who besieged the monastery and attempted to make the brethren renounce the Orthodox Faith. This kind of activity is standard operating procedure for the Romans and Protestants and as usual these events will never be recorded in revisionist history books.
Today, I also reminded of the tens of millions of our Russian Orthodox brothers and sisters who were slaughtered and starved to death in the first half of the 20th century. I lament the fact that our government along with many elite American citizens supported the Russian revolution that was in reality perpetrated to destroy the largest Orthodox Church in the world and of course, revisionist history hides this fact.
Today, I also remember our suffering brethren in the Orthodox country of Serbia which NATO forces bombarded relentlessly with dirty bombs (filled with nuclear waste) which will cause disease and sickness for many generations. American forces also wrote messages of Easter greetings on bombs which were purposely dropped on the holiest day of the year for Orthodox. This is what typically happens to countries that don't embrace American foreign policy. Again, you won't read about this in the history books.