Jonathan Jackson “How I became Orthodox” Holywood actor, recipient of five Emmy Awards, at an interview given in “Pemptousia” during his recent visit to the Monastery of Vatopedi – Mount Athos, speaks about how he became Orthodox.
Absolutely amazing video. Filmed over Syria (hence the very real missiles under the Su-30SM’s wings), check out how a Russian Aerospace pilot comes to say a little “hello” to his friends in the cargo plane. I am awed.
This is the composition which single handedly made me abandon Rock music for Jazz. It still is one of my favorites. Enjoy! The Saker Electric version: Acoustic version: and if you want to learn how to play it, listen to this:
One of the most original compositions of my favorite Jazz guitarist. Enjoy! The Saker
By Patrick for the Saker blog It’s amazing to see so many normally sane people foaming at the mouth about Russian interference in American politics. According to their reasoning, the Russians have hacked the Democratic Party and subverted social media to assure a victory for the present occupant of the White House (when he’s not in his NYC tower or at his fancy estate in Southeast Florida). And horror of
by Ramin Mazaheri I must admit that I have only ever read just one article on transgender bathrooms – it seemed like such a minor issue that I didn’t see the need to follow it. There are only so many hours in the day, and I prefer to report on anti-imperialist and pro-socialist issues. It certainly seems like a fair assumption that many other journalists and activists in the West
I am testing several video hosting options. Today, Bitchute and Dailymotion. Here are the results. You like, don’t like? Thanks, The Saker Daily motion: Download Video as MP4 Download Video as MP4 Download Video as MP4 Download Video as MP4 Download Video as MP4 Then there is Bitchute. I uploaded the video, no problem. You can see it here: https://www.bitchute.com/video/YMz39xkJ4Mlk/ Then I realized that BitChute did not offer *any* generic
This is good version of the song, but the video is mediocre, so you might want to listen with eyes closed or simply look away. The translation of the lyrics is my own, you can easily find much better ones elsewhere on the Internet. Enjoy! Song about the clairvoyant Cassandra For many years and even though she was besieged Troy had remained impregnable to the assailants, And if the Trojans
(Sent to me tonight by my daughter. The Saker) The Rhythm Of Time There’s an inner thing in every man, Do you know this thing my friend? It has withstood the blows of a million years, And will do so to the end. It was born when time did not exist, And it grew up out of life, It cut down evil’s strangling vines, Like a slashing searing knife. It
Two of the most beautiful voices in Brazil Lyrics and my own, very imperfect, and free translation: Nada consigo fazer Quando a saudade aperta Foge-me a inspiração Sinto a alma deserta Um vazio se faz em meu peito E de fato eu sinto Em meu peito um vazio Me faltando as tuas carícias As noites são longas E eu sinto mais frio Procuro afogar no álcool A tua lembrança Mas
Yesterday I had a meeting with a member of the Saker community in Titusville, just south of where I live. On the way back I drove through the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. A heavy rain was falling and the animals of the Refuge were all “hunkering down”, including a superb Bald Eagle. I took the photo below because that eagle reminded me of how the USA, which considers the
In a theater piece entitled “The Prisoners”, Solzhenitsyn illustrated the price paid by those who serve the Empire and the gift granted to those who struggle against it. Here is the key dialog of this drama. It confronts Vorotyntsev, а monarchist White Russian officer about to be executed and Roublev, an officer of the Soviet secret police who suffers from terminal cancer. Hands behind his back, Vorotyntsev enters the room.