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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Poklonskaya told how Nicholas II protects from the Donbass Bandera

The Deputy of the State Duma Natalia Polonskaya stated that the residents of Donbass icons of Nicholas II to defend from the “Bandera”. Also, according to her, the film by Alexei Uchitel “Matilda” Satanists are preparing a re-sacrifice of the Royal family.

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In an interview with “Komsomolskaya Pravda” Poklonskaya said that the residents of Donetsk and Luhansk turned to her with letters which tell you how suffer from the “Bandera”.

“Natalia, allegedly they write her, in Donetsk, when seized our churches Bandera, and we have no weapons, we are peaceful people, we never took up arms, we — the elderly, women, children, young men, – we take our most basic, most sacred – that of the icon. It is our faith. This is something that we still hold. We take the icon of the Holy Emperor and the Royal family. Unarmed! And go to the armed Bandera without fear. And we can’t do anything”.

Thus, the “Matilda” Poklonskaya perceives as an attack on Donbass.

Another argument against the film, the MP said the fact that the actor who played Nicholas Romanov, Lars Eidinger, is, according to her, to the “secret society of Satanists”. So Poklonsky “the impression that the sacrifice”, which she believes is the murder of the Royal family, “will be repeated”.

However, formulates the Deputy and other claims against the executor role: so, she said, he ” managed to push back (anus — ed.) himself a sausage.”

We will remind, last week the Ministry of culture issued a “Matilda” rental license.


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