OCU “priest” tells a joke about “Our Father” prayer at pro-Poroshenko rally
During the rally against the investigation of Poroshenko’s crimes, Dediukhin called the government “Ze-paupers” and quoted the rephrased Nazi slogan “Drang nach Osten”.
On July 8, 2020, the “priest” of the OCU Alexander Dediukhin told the protesters against the investigation against the former president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko a joke about “Our Father” prayer. The live broadcast of the protest is conducted by the Priamy television channel.
Presented by the host of the event as a “priest” who “will bury” Moscow, a cleric of the schismatic church structure recalled a joke about two businessmen who tried to persuade a clergyman to replace the words of “Our Father” prayer for advertising purposes. When the character of the joke refused to do this, the dealers suggested that earlier he had been bribed by "grain growers" (an allusion to the line form the prayer "Give us this day our daily bread" - Ed.).
After telling the joke to the audience, Dediukhin went on saying that Poroshenko paid him with dignity for the former’s support.
“They keep asking me: what did Poroshenko grease your fist with? I reply: Ok, he paid me, he paid me with dignity, with the Tomos,” the cleric of the schismatic structure told the audience.
He called the state power of Ukraine "Ze-paupers" and once again emphasized that "Poroshenko adepts are always young."
Dediukhin also promised that Poroshenko’s supporters would do whatever they wanted, because they “have enthusiasm”.
The “priest” of the schismatic structure reminded his opponents of the Nazi slogan “Drang nach Osten” (translated from German as “Onslaught to the East” – Ed.), which he rephrased and replaced in it “East” with “Rostov” city.
“And to all those ... well, it’s hard for me to pick up any decent epithets, well, you understand who I’m talking about, right? We’ll say to all those in German – I think it’s worth saying in German because they fancy German actresses a lot – I’ll say so on my own behalf, on behalf of my parishioners and, I think, on behalf of all of you: Drang nach Rostov, Drang nach,” concluded the cleric of the OCU.