Ivano-Frankivsk mayor's advisor, who threatened UOC, draws up "black list"
Nazariy Kishak, who called to “purge UOC monasteries” and “expel UOC priests,” is convinced that “every conscientious citizen” considers the UOC to be “hostile”.
Frankivsk, does not regret the anti-church publications, after which criminal proceedings were instituted against him for inciting religious hatred, but instead draws up his own “black list”. He told about this in an interview with the local information resource Firtka.
Kishak called his previous publications on social networks, in which he called for "purging monasteries" and "expelling priests" of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, "tolerant." He stressed that he really considers the UOC to be "hostile", and "every conscientious citizen" of Ukraine agrees with him.
According to Kishak, "curses and letters" come to his address, but he is "not a coward, it is 'they' who should fear."
“I have my own ‘black list’ and I wrote down everyone,” he added.
Earlier, the UOJ wrote that the police are investigating Nazariy Kishak's call to "purge the monasteries" of the UOC.