The medal coined by the Hungarian State - after the powers of the Warsaw Pact had to return to their bases and to Russia, in particular, by March 31, 1991 - was very significant: on the front side the return of the Russian and Warsaw Pact soldiers, portrayed with the irony of comics, while on the back side of the coin the bottom of a Russian-Soviet general on which the shape of a big kick stands out.
With reference to the Third Commandment, the original text reads as follows: "Thou shalt not take the name of Yahweh (thy God) in vain (saw), because Yahweh does not let go unpunished those who use His Name in vain".In ancient times the Name was not a simple sign. The Name indicated the Substance of the person named forever, thus identifying him/her among the Many others.
In a speech delivered on May 6 last, Patriarch Kirill - the Head of the Russian Orthodox Church - defined the Russian war in Syria as a conflict "against global terrorism" and hence suggested a "holy war" to free not only the Middle East, but also the entire Christian civilization, from this "fierce and deceitful enemy".Russia as a "third Rome", after the first falling and the second failing because it surrendered to the profane world.
“Only one nation is ‘god-bearing,’ that’s the Russian people, and… and…. and can you think me such a fool, Stavrogin, he yelled frantically all at once, that I can’t distinguish whether my words at this moment are the rotten old commonplaces that have been ground out in all the Slavophil mills in Moscow, or a perfectly new saying, the last word, the sole word of renewal and resurrection!” -Shatov in Dostoevsky’s The Possessed