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WATCH: Bored Russian fighter KNOCKOUTS cocky Englishman

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English fighter James Thompson is a talented and rising star in mixed martial arts – and like many cocky fighters, tries to use all sorts of tactics to intimidate his opponents.

James Thompson

However, his opponent Alexander Emelianenko, (brother of champion Fedor Emelianenko) is a Russian mixed martial artist and three-time Russian national Combat Sambo champion and three-time world Combat Sambo champion in the absolute division – showed the opposite, remaining calm and unshaken, some may even say bored.

Alexander Emelianenko – a man of faith in the Russian Orthodox Church.

The 6’5 (196 cm) 260 lbs (118 kg) Englishman, with his intense stare and aggressive roar, vanished in vain after the match against Alexander began – 11 seconds to be more precise when Emelianenko (6’4/193 cm, 254 lbs./115 kg) landed a few keys punches, sending a dazed and confused James “The Colossus” Thompson straight to the mat and forcing the referee to call the match.

Perhaps the lesson learned here is: never judge a book by its cover, and NEVER try to intimidate a Russian!

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Wonderful. I watched it twice. Its just another example of the ‘Polite People’ overcoming the braggarts of the West in a calm and dignified manner

Bravo

Vtran
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Vtran

Know doubt the Englishman is claiming as “Unfair” … Alexander Emelianenko was allowed to use his Hands and Legs!

Joel Andre
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Joel Andre

@Vtran_3:disqus – It seems you don’t what is “mixed martial arts ” both of them had the right to use their legs, and their brain too

Vtran
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Vtran

I know …. can you not see sarcasm !

regolo gellini
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regolo gellini

Irony/sarcasm is beyond your understanding ?!?

Joel Andre
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Joel Andre

I Love, thanks

ShermanRMcCoy
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ShermanRMcCoy

NEVER f*ck with a Russian with an icon on his back.

Eli Cvetic
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Eli Cvetic

Both brothers are actually Ukrainians.

ShermanRMcCoy
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ShermanRMcCoy

Or a Ukrainian! Thanks, Eli!

Dmitry Philippov
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Dmitry Philippov

No, they are not. They are from the town Statyi Oskol of Belgorod region of RF. You judge it because of the southern-russian type of surnames, that is also typical for Ukraine today.
Its somehow like if you say that John McCain actually is scottish. It looks like you reading ukranian pubs with the complex of national inferiority – they are trying to still russian, polish, and other cultures and celebrities in case of their primitivism.

Dmitry Philippov
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Dmitry Philippov

No, they are not. They are from the town Statyi Oskol of Belgorod region of RF. You judge it because of the southern-russian type of surnames, that is also typical for Ukraine today.
Its somehow like if you say that John McCain actually is scottish. It looks like you reading ukranian pubs with the complex of national inferiority – they are trying to steal russian, polish, and other cultures and celebrities in case of their own primitivism.

Dmitry Philippov
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Dmitry Philippov

No, they are not. They are from the town Staryi Oskol of Belgorod region of RF. You judge so because of the southern-russian type of surnames, that is also typical for Ukraine today.
Its somehow like if you say that John McCain actually is scottish. It looks like you reading ukranian pubs with the complex of national inferiority – they are trying to steal russian, polish, and other cultures and celebrities in case of their own primitivism.

regolo gellini
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regolo gellini

Holy words, man ! Besides, Kiev was russian and UKR is Russia like Crimea and too bad if UKR is again in the hand of the ZIONAZIS !

Eli Cvetic
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Eli Cvetic

Some fans referred them as Russian before, when I did. I was screamed at by Ukrainians. So, I don’t know their actually birth place and what their family tree is. Fedor is greeted by Putin often. I didn’t mean to offend any of my Russian cousins.

Dmitry Philippov
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Dmitry Philippov

I see. But you should stay strong on your education and knowledge. Don`t let barking dogs from ukry to make you tolerate lies, as they live by them. They afraid of confident personalities and they always retreat after that.)

José Antonio
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José Antonio

Alexander was born in what is now Russia (old USSR). His brother Fedor was born in what is now Ukraine (old USSR), but both are Russians, not Ukranians.

ShermanRMcCoy
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ShermanRMcCoy

OK, got it.

Bill Keidan
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Yes, I also take this as a symbol of how Russia and Russians go about their work in the world – with a calm confidence and a refusal to be intimidated by bullies.

José Antonio
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José Antonio

The arrogant British. It’s their tradition.

regolo gellini
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regolo gellini

The yanks too are masters at that and they regularly lose !

John J Hone
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John J Hone

I think it has been said that in certain western Anglo countries, being “tough” involves arrogant behaviour, shouting your mouth off, and making threats. I have have always believed that being “tough” is the ability to endure hardship and to successfully come through it. No country in the world epitomises that more than Russia.

regolo gellini
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regolo gellini

Never challenge the russian bear ! A good lesson in modesty and decorum plus great fighting skills on the part of the russian fighter ! Long live Russia ! Long live Vladimir Vladimirovich !

Doug Brown
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Doug Brown

Who isn’t a fan of Alexander Emelianenko? Many in the USA follow his career carefully. He is the best, but so is his brother, Fedor.

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Constantinople: Ukrainian Church leader is now uncanonical

October 12 letter proclaims Metropolitan Onuphry as uncanonical and tries to strong-arm him into acquiescing through bribery and force.

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The pressure in Ukraine kept ratcheting up over the last few days, with a big revelation today that Patriarch Bartholomew now considers Metropolitan Onuphy “uncanonical.” This news was published on 6 December by a hierarch of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church (running under the Moscow Patriarchate).

This assessment marks a complete 180-degree turn by the leader of the Orthodox Patriarchate of Constantinople, and it further embitters the split that has developed to quite a major row between this church’s leadership and the Moscow Patriarchate.

OrthoChristian reported this today (we have added emphasis):

A letter of Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople to His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphry of Kiev and All Ukraine was published yesterday by a hierarch of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church, in which the Patriarch informed the Metropolitan that his title and position is, in fact, uncanonical.

This assertion represents a negation of the position held by Pat. Bartholomew himself until April of this year, when the latest stage in the Ukrainian crisis began…

The same letter was independently published by the Greek news agency Romfea today as well.

It is dated October 12, meaning it was written just one day after Constantinople made its historic decision to rehabilitate the Ukrainian schismatics and rescind the 1686 document whereby the Kiev Metropolitanate was transferred to the Russian Orthodox Church, thereby, in Constantinople’s view, taking full control of Ukraine.

In the letter, Pat. Bartholomew informs Met. Onuphry that after the council, currently scheduled for December 15, he will no longer be able to carry his current title of “Metropolitan of Kiev and All Ukraine.”

The Patriarch immediately opens his letter with Constantinople’s newly-developed historical claim about the jurisdictional alignment of Kiev: “You know from history and from indisputable archival documents that the holy Metropolitanate of Kiev has always belonged to the jurisdiction of the Mother Church of Constantinople…”

Constantinople has done an about-face on its position regarding Ukraine in recent months, given that it had previously always recognized the Metropolitan of Kiev and All Ukraine of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate as the sole canonical primate in Ukraine.

…The bulk of the Patriarch’s letter is a rehash of Constantinople’s historical and canonical arguments, which have already been laid out and discussed elsewhere. (See also here and here). Pat. Bartholomew also writes that Constantinople stepped into the Ukrainian ecclesiastical sphere as the Russian Church had not managed to overcome the schisms that have persisted for 30 years.

It should be noted that the schisms began and have persisted precisely as anti-Russian movements and thus the relevant groups refused to accept union with the Russian Church.

Continuing, Pat. Bartholomew informs Met. Onuphry that his position and title are uncanonical:

Addressing you as ‘Your Eminence the Metropolitan of Kiev’ as a form of economia [indulgence/condescension—OC] and mercy, we inform you that after the elections for the primate of the Ukrainian Church by a body that will consist of clergy and laity, you will not be able ecclesiologically and canonically to bear the title of Metropolitan of Kiev, which, in any case, you now bear in violation of the described conditions of the official documents of 1686.

He also entreats Met. Onuphry to “promptly and in a spirit of harmony and unity” participate, with the other hierarchs of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, in the founding council of the new Ukrainian church that Constantinople is planning to create, and in the election of its primate.

The Constantinople head also writes that he “allows” Met. Onuphry to be a candidate for the position of primate.

He further implores Met. Onuphry and the UOC hierarchy to communicate with Philaret Denisenko, the former Metropolitan of Kiev, and Makary Maletich, the heads of the schismatic “Kiev Patriarchate” and the schismatic “Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church” respectively—both of which have been subsumed into Constantinople—but whose canonical condemnations remain in force for the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

The hierarchs of the Serbian and Polish Churches have also officially rejected the rehabilitation of the Ukrainian schismatics.

Pat. Bartholomew concludes expressing his confidence that Met. Onuphry will decide to heal the schism through the creation of a new church in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian Orthodox Church under Metropolitan Onuphry’s leadership is recognized as the sole canonical Orthodox jurisdiction in Ukraine by just about every other canonical Orthodox Jurisdiction besides Constantinople. Even NATO member Albania, whose expressed reaction was “both sides are wrong for recent actions” still does not accept the canonicity of the “restored hierarchs.”

In fact, about the only people in this dispute that seem to be in support of the “restored” hierarchs, Filaret and Makary, are President Poroshenko, Patriarch Bartholomew, Filaret and Makary… and NATO.

While this letter was released to the public eye yesterday, the nearly two months that Metropolitan Onuphry has had to comply with it have not been helped in any way by the actions of both the Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Ukrainian government.

Priests of the Canonical Church in Ukraine awaiting interrogation by the State authorities

For example, in parallel reports released on December 6th, the government is reportedly accusing canonical priests in Ukraine of treason because they are carrying and distributing a brochure entitled (in English): The Ukrainian Orthodox Church: Relations with the State. The Attitude Towards the Conflict in Donbass and to the Church Schism. Questions and Answers.

In a manner that would do any American liberal proud, these priests are being accused of inciting religious hatred, though really all they are doing is offering an explanation for the situation in Ukraine as it exists.

A further piece also released yesterday notes that the Ukrainian government rehabilitated an old Soviet-style technique of performing “inspections of church artifacts” at the Pochaev Lavra. This move appears to be both intended to intimidate the monastics who are living there now, who are members of the canonical Church, as well as preparation for an expected forcible takeover by the new “united Church” that is under creation. The brotherhood characterized the inspections in this way:

The brotherhood of the Pochaev Lavra previously characterized the state’s actions as communist methods of putting pressure on the monastery and aimed at destroying monasticism.

Commenting on the situation with the Pochaev Lavra, His Eminence Archbishop Clement of Nizhyn and Prilusk, the head of the Ukrainian Church’s Information-Education Department, noted:

This is a formal raiding, because no reserve ever built the Pochaev Lavra, and no Ministry of Culture ever invested a single penny to restoring the Lavra, and the state has done nothing to preserve the Lavra in its modern form. The state destroyed the Lavra, turned it into a psychiatric hospital, a hospital for infectious diseases, and so on—the state has done nothing more. And now it just declares that it all belongs to the state. No one asked the Church, the people that built it. When did the Lavra and the land become state property? They belonged to the Church from time immemorial.

With the massive pressure both geopolitically and ecclesiastically building in Ukraine almost by the day, it is anyone’s guess what will happen next.

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Ukrainian leadership is a party of war, and it will continue as long as they’re in power – Putin

“We care about Ukraine because Ukraine is our neighbor,” Putin said.

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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has branded the Ukrainian leadership a “party of war” which would continue fueling conflicts while they stay in power, giving the recent Kerch Strait incident as an example.

“When I look at this latest incident in the Black Sea, all what’s happening in Donbass – everything indicates that the current Ukrainian leadership is not interested in resolving this situation at all, especially in a peaceful way,” Putin told reporters during a media conference in the aftermath of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

This is a party of war and as long as they stay in power, all such tragedies, all this war will go on.

The Kiev authorities are craving war primarily for two reasons – to rip profits from it, and to blame all their own domestic failures on it and actions of some sort of “aggressors.”

“As they say, for one it’s war, for other – it’s mother. That’s reason number one why the Ukrainian government is not interested in a peaceful resolution of the conflict,” Putin stated.

Second, you can always use war to justify your failures in economy, social policy. You can always blame things on an aggressor.

This approach to statecraft by the Ukrainian authorities deeply concerns Russia’s President. “We care about Ukraine because Ukraine is our neighbor,” Putin said.

Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have been soaring after the incident in the Kerch Strait. Last weekend three Ukrainian Navy ships tried to break through the strait without seeking the proper permission from Russia. Following a tense stand-off and altercation with Russia’s border guard, the vessels were seized and their crews detained over their violation of the country’s border.

While Kiev branded the incident an act of “aggression” on Moscow’s part, Russia believes the whole Kerch affair to be a deliberate “provocation” which allowed Kiev to declare a so-called “partial” martial law ahead of Ukraine’s presidential election.

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When Putin Met Bin Sally

Another G20 handshake for the history books.

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In the annals of handshake photo-ops, we just may have a new winner (much to the delight of oil bulls who are looking at oil treading $50 and contemplating jumping out of the window).

Nothing but sheer joy, delight and friendship…

…but something is missing…

Meanwhile, earlier…

Zoomed in…

And again.

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