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The ultra-right nationalist “bishop” Kirill Mikhailyuk, banned by the UOC-KP, “surfaced” in the OCU

The baptized UOC-KP “bishop” Kirill Mikhailyuk, who declared that he was an ultra-right nationalist, appeared in the ranks of the OCU, blogger Alexander Voznesensky writes.

“We have a revolution and we will act with revolutionary methods. I am an ultra-right nationalist and I stand for the dictatorship of the nation” the guy said in May 2014. He added that if they do not act, they will “say that Ukrainians can only have a jewish president” – hinting at Poroshenko.

And in December of the same year, Mikhailyuk went to the ATO zone, took pictures there with all sorts of weapons in his hands and told the media that he “became a warrior of Christ” and seemed to “personally sent several ammunition sets to Putin’s nonhumans as a punishment for the occupation of the Ukrainian land.”

The Synod of the UOC-KP then banned Mikhailuk from serving, but he immediately fled into the schism of the UAOC, and then safely emerged in the split of the OCU, which is trying to legalize Bartholomew. Bartholomew invites us to accept such wonderful people as bishops of the Church of Christ,” the blogger writes.

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