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Black diggers

On the site of the once prosperous village Bushneva they leveled a whole street of merchant houses, ancient temples and the floors broke down, destroyed the iconostasis. That in Antropovo district are black diggers, journalists PTRC “Rus” reported travesty from the Moscow club “Russia”.

According to the Russian legislation for the destruction or damage of monuments of architecture of the black hunters threaten multimillion dollar fines or imprisonment for a term of three years. Its position about what is happening today will Express and the representatives of the regional administration. Question about anything,or have man or beast.

When you start to drip bulldozers and excavators, this is not from people but from. dough.

I think the expression. black kopateli, this is already the Fig leaf, a smokescreen behind which hides a great member of the impotence of society in which the barbarous destruction of the spiritual and historical heritage. At the head of all is loot. Money rules the world, power. Loot conquered everything and everyone, in the teleyaschikam we see the House-2, Voronin and neshoba salvage forces to look melting in the form of Reclam and svetskih the lionesses. The loot in the fresh rivers and in the Karelian birches, loot everywhere. Loot settled in churches and churchyards, displacing from there the faith in God and the commandments Boyi. Continue reading

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