by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio

A Russian soldier who grew up in the former KGB of the Soviet Union has learned to love his homeland more than a Westerner. Because it was the only creed cultivated by the communist and atheistic culture. When the same man chooses to place the most authentic Christian values at the center of his life and that of his nation, he certainly does not do so out of habit or tradition.

The Christian Soul of the former KGB officer

He does so out of a profound conviction much stronger than that of many Catholics who go to Holy Mass without taking Communion, the fulcrum of the commemoration of the Last Supper with which Jesus Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Eucharist around which the rite was built. liturgical Sunday, or doing it without taking the time to repent and confess one’s sins against God and neighbor.

Like it or not, this is Russian President Vladimir Putin who has shown infinite patience and prudence towards Ukraine and the West not only for fear of reprisals against both the nation and its population, as he has repeated several times that the challenge over Eastern Europe is one in which Russia is playing the right to its geopolitical survival in the increasingly suffocating grip of diabolical cunning of NATO, but above all to prevent the bloodbath, charged to the pro-Nazi regime in Kiev since his first speech on February 22, 2022, can become an ocean.

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