The law of love and the law of violence – By Lev Tolstoy


‘And fear not them who kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body.’ (Matt., X, 28)

Because of the perversion of the Christianity, the life of the Christian people have become worse than of the pagans. Continue reading The law of love and the law of violence – By Lev Tolstoy

Google threatens us over phone to make us unsearchable

 

Something really funky is going on right now… Something stinks!

Google wouldn’t leave us alone since we’ve posted the Orlando and Russian ambassador in Turkey hoaxes videos for Russians. It was also Sandy Hook hoax video we were banned for on Russian “V Kontakte” site, too. Continue reading Google threatens us over phone to make us unsearchable

Confession – by Lev Tolstoy

[This is just an extract from this wonderful book. Download this book in full in pdf, epub, or Kindle format.]

Chapter 1

I was baptized and brought up in the Orthodox Christian faith. I was instructed in it both as a child and throughout my boyhood and youth. But when at the age of eighteen I left university in my second year, I no longer believed in any of the things I had been taught. Continue reading Confession – by Lev Tolstoy

About Art – by Lev Tolstoy

A work of art can be good or bad depending on what says, how he says it, and how sincerely from his heart an artist speaks.

In order for the work of art to be perfect, it is necessary that what the artist says should be completely new and important for all people, that what is expressed should be beautiful enough, and that the artist should speak from his inner need and therefore speak quite truthfully. Continue reading About Art – by Lev Tolstoy

Iconic Soviet actor & bard Vladimir Vysotsky – his both life and funeral were hoaxes

1. Vladimir Vysotsky – who is he?

[Читайте и смотрите на русском: Владимир Высоцкий обманул миллионы и своей жизнью, и смертью]

Vladimir Vysotsky. What we know about him?

An author of 600 songs, actor – whom everybody knew, who was named in Russia to be the “first” idol of the 20th century after Yuri Gagarin; his funeral was as big as of Stalin. Continue reading Iconic Soviet actor & bard Vladimir Vysotsky – his both life and funeral were hoaxes