According to the aggressor’s propaganda, on December 7 in occupied Simferopol, the so-called “Metropolitan of Simferopol and Crimea” Tikhon (Shevkunov) presented his new book “The Death of the Empire. The Russian Lesson.” It is reported that “the author examines in detail the most difficult” year of 1917 and “explains the reasons and prerequisites for the collapse” of the Russian empire.

As Tikhon himself said on this occasion, “events, often tragic, are repeated with frightening consistency and frequency in our history. It is extremely important to be prepared for this. On the contrary, not paying attention to it, considering that these are things of bygone days is, to put it mildly, extremely frivolously.”

It is reported that the obvious ambiguity of the title of the book and the presentation itself in the front-line Crimea is discussed by many collaborators, who have come to the opinion that the “metropolitan candidate” “knows how to do PR,” but that his individual “Byzantine combinations on the way to the partisan throne mere mortals cannot understand”.

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