The US policy is transparent: the Orthodox Church must be brought into line with Western Secularism, as was the Vatican in the 1960s
The elderly Archbishop of Athens and Greek Patriarch of Alexandria have both been threatened by the Greek Foreign Ministry, which is in turn a puppet of the US State Department: Either recognize the Ukrainian schismatics or else you will be sacked and your funds cut off. Essentially, this is the same threat as was made eighteen months ago to the Greek Patriarch of Constantinople who also gave way.
Sadly, there are some for whom money is more important than the canons. Nothing new there. There are plenty of careerists in the Church and there always have been. Little wonder that a canonical Ukrainian Metropolitan has likened the Patriarch of Alexandria to Judas:
Now the new and aggressive Trump-backed Greek Archbishop in the USA, Elpidiforos, has met Metropolitan Tikhon, leader of the Russian-founded Orthodox Church in America, and threatened him too: submit to me or else.
Who is next in line? Most believe the Patriarch of Jerusalem – also a colonial appointee of the Greek Foreign Ministry. Then perhaps the Archbishop of Cyprus. Clearly, there will also be pressure on the Greek-run Church of Albania and the Church of Romania, whose Patriarch was also appointed by the US ambassador in Bucharest, especially if the State Department can persuade NATO to invade Moldova and bring it by force under Romanian rule. Perhaps the Churches of Serbia and Georgia will also come under pressure from their US ambassadors.
The US policy is transparent: the Orthodox Church must be brought into line with Western Secularism, as was the Vatican in the 1960s. Clearly, the USA is run by atheists. But the US atheist elite has never yet heard about how the atheist Soviet Union fell in one night: Here today, gone tomorrow. Have they not read of the fate of Babylon? MENE, MENE, TEKEL, PARSIN…Belshazzar’s feast is coming to an end. You have been warned.
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