Amazing prophecies about the Ukrainian tragedy
It turns out horrific events taking place in Ukraine today were predicted about a hundred (or even more) years ago. Moreover, I doubt that the matter is in mysticism - or some other supernatural details. Rather, in the subtlest knowledge of the souls of Ukrainians and the laws governing the development of these lands ...
These words were spoken about the events of the XIX - XX centuries, but for some reason they still sound painfully relevant today. They were expressed by the classics of Russian literature and intellectuals - public figures who witnessed the bloody events of the Civil War.
“True, this situation, which was happily formed for the Ukrainian movement, turned all these Ukrainian leaders to the head, and they ate a bit, but I think that not for long” - these words were spoken by Hetman Skoropadsky many decades ago. But it sounds as if right now he is standing on the Pechersk hills and, sadly shaking his head, looks at the Verkhovna Rada and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
“I’m not afraid of anyone or anything, I’m ready to give my life for the Church of Christ, for the Orthodox faith, not to let the enemies laugh at it, I’ll suffer to the end to keep Orthodoxy in Russia where it started "- this is said Metropolitan Vladimir. And why at these words the militants of the Self-Defense of Maidan and the Right Sector, in the bloody frenzy of the revolution, rushed to capture the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra and kill the priests in the Donbas?
"It’s not scary to lie down under the bullets of the dead, It’s not sad to be left homeless, - And we will save you, Russian speech, the Great Russian word" - and these are the words of Anna Akhmatova. Didn't the people of her native Odessa bring them terribly to life on May 2, 2014 in the flaming House of Trade Unions? Do not the heroes of Novorossia in Donetsk, Slavyansk and Mariupol bring them to life today?
“Didn’t many people know that a revolution is only a bloody game of change in places, always ending only in that the people, even if they were able to sit for a while, drink and rage in the place of the masses, always end up falling out of the fire into the fire ? " - These words of Ivan Alekseevich Bunin, probably, do not even need to comment.
The words of the classics were revived on Friday, May 30 in the evening on Gogol Boulevard by the artists of the best theaters in Moscow, presenting the play "Cursed Days. Ua". They read the words of the classics and made parallels with the events that are developing in Kiev today - reading was accompanied by a video installation.
Looking at them, you can not help thinking about how badly the Maidan leaders went to school. After all, history and literature have long given answers to what they are doing today.