His Holiness Patriarch Vladimir?

When people writing about Russia have nothing else to say, they speculate about the job President Putin will assume after leaving the office in May 2008. 

The list of options is impressive: the prime minister, the Speaker of the Duma, the Chairman of the United Russia party, the Chairman of Gazprom, the Head of Public Chamber, the Secretary of the Security Council (with extended responsibilities),  the Chairman of the Constitutional Court, the president of the International Olympic Committee, and, finally, the president of the Russia-Belarus union state.

There seems to be the only important job left unmentioned: the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.

His Holiness Patriarch Vladimir II of Moscow and all Russia.  How about that?

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One Response to His Holiness Patriarch Vladimir?

  1. G Comney says:

    Orthodox church has much apology to make in Western World:
    protocommunist massacres by Palamite Zealotes under Hesychast
    hyperventilatory halucinations, Cantacuzene taxation driving farmers
    to embrace Turks, Komyakoviac Obshchina giving birth to soviet
    communism as reactionary casuistry opposing Napoleon’s
    defeudalization, Cosmus Aitalius being patron originator of of modern
    genocide as seen by the massacre of Turks in Crete by Venizelos. Is
    all masochistic because reject Original Sin. THeir hypnotic incantations are designed to turn listeners into terrorists. Russian churches have Islamic Minarets for such reasonings.

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