Today, the Slavic world is in a state of crisis. And this crisis is most acute in the Russian world. For centuries, a single Russian people today is affected by the virus of separation. We are divided not only on the basis of nationality, but also subject to ideological, political and, most importantly, human disunity within ourselves. Our internal disunity is actively fueled from the outside: today we are trying to convince us that historical Russia does not exist, and distinctive national “identities” live on its territory - Cossack, Ukrainian, and Siberian peoples. The attack on Russian self-awareness occurs at a deep cultural level, they try to tell us a completely different, alien way of thinking and life, to change the perception of the world, forcing black to be white and black for white, replacing the age-old values of family, faith, Fatherland with pseudo ideals of consumption and militant individualism. What can we oppose to attempts by external forces to force us to renounce the status of a great civilization? “Today, the struggle of the Slavs for survival is, first of all, an internal struggle, it is the opposition of unity to division, creation to revolution and rebellion, like-mindedness to disputes and quarrels. We do not have the right to further disengagement, only in the ideals of the age-old unity is Russia's last historical chance.
And again we will cite the words of the primate of the Russian church, expressing the patriotic aspirations of each of us more accurately and succinctly: “You can only be called Russia - and stop being Russia. This is the worst. In order for Russia, and to put it more broadly, Russia not to remain only a geographical name, we must all work together, rejecting all the prejudices that were driven into our heads in atheistic time. May God bless us all to grow in love for our Fatherland, in a fervent desire and desire to preserve the values that came to us from the beginning of our history and which formed Russia and Russia. We will be strong with this. "