A prominent Russian cleric believes the 'Black Lives Matter' movement isn't a battle for human rights, but rather a "struggle for who is most important in humanity.” He says its true nature is "becoming increasingly apparent."
Bishop Savva of Zelenograd, the deputy administrator of the Moscow Patriarchate says the campaign is "anti-Christian and anti-civilizational."
Bishop Savva of Zelenograd © Sputnik / Sergey Pyatakov
The churchman was reacting to news that the statue of Emperor Constantine the Great, located next to York Cathedral in England, may be taken down due to his links with slavery.
Statues around the world began to be removed and demolished during the recent Black Lives Matter protests.
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