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FrolovLeaks: church-going Kremlin influence expert in Ukraine. Episode 1

In the Beginning Was the Word

Ukrainian Cyber Alliance (UCA) hacktivists [1] shared with the InformNapalm volunteer intelligence community a lot of data from the mailbox of Kirill Frolov, Vice-Director of the Institute for CIS Countries, spokesman of the Union of Orthodox Citizens and a “church-going expert” (FrolovLeaks).

If you read Frolov’s email communications for 1997-2016, you may realize that the guise of an Orthodox cultist clown which was how he had been regarded by many, actually hid a rather active manipulator of religious concepts who secretly worked for destabilization in Ukraine. Frolov’s close connection to Sergey Glazyev, the Presidential Adviser on Regional Economic Integration, Vladimir Gundyayev (aka Kirill), head of Russian Orthodox Church, as well as to Konstantin Zatulin, member of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy, Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation and Director of the Institute of the CIS Countries determined his role in the processes deliberately implemented in the territory of Ukraine.

Analysis of Frolov’s mail leads to a definite conclusion that religion (not to be confused with faith) was used as a devious tool of deceiving and brainwashing (zombifying) people, thus forcing them into submission. It is no coincidence that religion has become the information weapon of choice for the masterminds and adepts of the so called “Russian world”.

Episode 1

As the size of the dump is very large, we will break our analysis into several episodes. The complete dump of Kirill Frolov’s mail will be posted together with the last part of our series and will be available to anyone wishing to research it in more detail. The original EML messages [2] used in the preparation of this episode are available in the archive. The publication contains screenshots and attachments from those messages.

General information [3] on Kirill Frolov can be found in the Purgatory section on the Myrotvorets website.

The Ukrainian hacktivists performed a special covert operation to gain access to Frolov’s mailbox at [email protected] [4]. The dump contains messages dated 1997 when Frolov was corresponding with Mihajlo Fejsa <[email protected] [5]>, a philosophy professor from Serbia, who was stirring up Rusyn separatism in Transcarpathia. You can also find the names of the well-known Petr Getsko, so called Prime Minister of Capathian Rus and priest Dimirty Sydor and many others in Frolov’s correspondence under the same subject.

In August, 2004, Frolov received a document titled ustav-kpd [6]– the charter of the “Orthodox Action Corporation”, from [email protected] [7] (Institute of National Strategy [8] established by political expert Stanislav Belkovsky). A few days later, he received a message signed “SB” and sent from the address usually associated with Belkovsky (1 [9], 2 [10]). This message, together with many others, show Belkovsky’s connection to the Federal Security Service of Russia.

From: dinv [email protected] [11]

Subject: Emergency

To: [email protected] [4]

Dear Kirill,

I had to cancel my trip due to an emergency – tomorrow I am going to receive an important message on Staraya Square [Ed.: home to Presidential Administration of Russia]. I could not refuse. Will tell you the details in person.

Please express my apologies to our brothers in Odessa and convey my readyness to speak at the joint press conference on Monday, September 6, or Wednesday, September 8. I can even come specially on one of those days.

My best regards to everybody.



In 2004, after the first Ukrainian Maidan, Frolov’s activity significantly increased. He started corresponding with Vsevolod Chaplin on the “Ukrainian” matters.

From: Fr. Vsevolod Chaplin <[email protected] [12]>

Subject: Re: November 18 Slogans

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Maybe, we should make the accusations less aggressive? The “collective Antichrist” sounds rather ridiculous and will be strongly criticized, also within the Church.

—–Original Message—–

From: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

To: <[email protected] [12]>

Sent: Sunday, November 14, 2004 3:06 PM

Subject: November 18 Slogans

These are the November 18 slogans, I request an imperative decision for them to be approved:

  1. Yushchenko regime is persecuting the Church
  2. Persecutors of the Church in Yushchenko’s team:

Vasily Chervoniy – organized church raids in Rovno where Orthodox priests were beaten with metal bars.

Liliya Grygorovych – organized storming of a cathedral church in Ivano-Frankovsk, priest Mikhail Shuvar was hit with a pipe on the head

  1. Church raiders – to court
  2. Yanukovych, stop the extremists and dissenters
  3. We have to ensure enforcement of the resolution of Prosecutor General of Ukraine on unlawfulness of the Kyiv Patriarchate registration
  4. Yanukovych will introduce Basics of Orthodox culture in the schools of Ukraine
  5. Yushchenko and Filaret are the collective Antichrist
  6. Russian language to be made the second national language
  7. Russia, Ukraine, Byelorussia – one faith, one church
  8. Long live the union of single-faith people of Russia, Ukraine and Byelorussia
  9. He who votes for Yushchenko betrays the Orthodox faith
  10. Today they are storming a cathedral in Sarny – tomorrow they will seize the Lavra. Peaceful actions by Orthodox citizens are the response to the threat of chestnut rebellion by Yushchenko and Timoshenko

From: Archpr. Vsevolod Chaplin <[email protected]>

Subject: Yanukovich

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Kirill, the 45th anniversary of His Holiness ordination will be celebrated on September 3. There will be no secular reception, only the service, a dinner mainly for the clergy and a concert in the evening. No invitations are sent to anybody. I think that if a meeting is to be arranged, it does not have to be in the form of attending the dinner but as a separate appointment on the sidelines of the celebration – for example, on the 2nd or 3rd after the service and the dinner. This way, V.F. can attend both events and then participate in a special meeting with mass media etc.

Frolov also publishes a lot of articles supporting the so-called Severodonetsk separatist congress opposing Yushchenko and the central Ukrainian authorities in general. In December, 2004, he flew to Kiev. That was when the network of Frolov’s contacts in Ukraine became visible. This network included Valerij Kaurov [13] from Odessa, Sergey Stepanov, a journalist from Sevastopol, Igor Druz [14] from Kiev, Sergei Moiseev [15] from Kharkiv and others. All these people represent pro-Russian forces guided by the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate and the Russian Orthodox Church.

From: Sergey Stepanov <[email protected]>

Subject: Please provide this as well

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Hello, Kirill,

Unfortunately, the management decided that the New Region will not operate until January 10 – the holidays. So the website will not be updated.

Thank you for the materials you have been sending, I hope that we will continue our cooperation in the new year. As far as I know, Alexey will create an organization in Sevastopol. The elections have stirred up (however slightly) the pro-Russian forces in the Crimea. But we have to understand that without support from Russia nobody will be able to do anything here.

I saw your boss, Zatulin, at a press conference in the Sevastopol administration. Unfortunately, on the election day his comments were much milder than those he made later.

Sincerely yours, Sergey Stepanov

Sevastopolskaya Gazeta weekly

http://gazeta.sebastopol.ua [16]

—-Original message—-

From: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

To: Sergey Stepanov <[email protected]>

Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2004, 6:12 PM

Subject: Please provide this as well

Rogozin is not the whole “Rodina”

Kirill Frolov

Frolov organized a meeting between Valerij Kaurov (chairman of the so-called Union of Orthodox Citizens of Ukraine), his attendant Miroslav Yakimchuk and Modest Kolerov who at that time was Chief of the Administration for Interregional and Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries at the President of the Russian Federation. We should note that Kolerov is forbidden to enter Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia and he has been declared persona non grata in Latvia.

From: A.N. Lapshin <[email protected] [17]>

Subject: meeting with Kaurov

To: [email protected] [4]

Following the instructions of M.A. Kolerov, I would like to tell you that a meeting in the Administration can be arranged for July 18 at 11:00 or 15:00.

Please confirm or suggest a different time.

Sincerely yours,

A.N. Lapshin

Principal Adviser

Tel. 495-606-0744

Let’s arrange it for 15:00.

Please request passes for Kaurov, Valerij Vladimirovich, Yakimchuk, Miroslav Ilyich (both are citizens of Ukraine) and Frovol, Kirill Aleksandrovich.

Sincerely, Kirill Frolov

Frolov’s correspondence with father Dmitry Poznansky [18], a pro-Russian priest of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate who died of cancer in 2010, is also interesting. Poznansky shared lots of Ukraine-related materials with Frolov, did translations for him, called for more action and for interfering with Ukrainian domestic politics.

From: s.D. <[email protected] [19]>

Subject: Re: f.D. an urgent translation is needed

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

The plan is absolutely awful, including the brainwashing task of Gosteleradio (Ed.: State Committee for Television and Radio) and NATO bases in the Crimea. Resolute counter-measures are necessary. By the way, the last Russian channel – RTR Planeta – has been excluded from the cable TV packages here.

We have had some sleepless nights because of the translation. I gave my laptop to the deacon, and he worked nights. I had to give him a special leave to catch some sleep, as he has to do the Holy Week services soon. I am saying this to stress that he has to be paid that 100$, especially when this money is not nearly enough for the work performed. I will give your number to my brother and you will agree on when he can come for the deacon’s money as well as for mine for the article.

If the translations are needed on a regular basis, I could relieve the deacon from his additional work as a custodian and assign this task to him – think about it.

—–Original Message—–

From: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

To: s.D. <[email protected] [19]>

Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006, 06:58:24 +0400

Subject: Re: f.D. an urgent translation is needed

  1. Dimitry – the translation is needed urgently.

By the way, you can use these materials as well.

The Ukraine-NATO plan is great.

From: s.D. <[email protected] [19]>

Subject: !

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Kirill, do you know that Korchynsky is now in Pashkovsky’s Kiev parish of the ROCA (Russian Orthodox Church Abroad)?

Correspondence with Anatoliy Birskiy ([email protected]) [20] lifts the curtain over the way certain influence on Yanukovych was achieved: “I think it is necessary to do all possible to arrange Yanukovych’s meeting with the Patriarch”, “The network of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate is perfect for mass anti-NATO propaganda”. These and other statements indicate Frolov’s significant role in the domain of religious influence both over certain political personalities and on the vector of Ukraine’s further development, in general.

From: Anatoliy Birskiy <[email protected] [20]>

Subject: Re:Re[2]: this cannot be allowed

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

The people spoke to Pavel from the Lavra… he is distressed and very sceptic about the prospects… Therefore, we must double our efforts in implementing our initiatives. Luzhok (Ed.: most probably refers to Yuri Luzhkov, former mayor of Moscow) promised to allocate money to the Crimean parishes, we have to track it…

Then, remember, you shared some info about Yanukovych’s confessor… it has to be updated and enhanced… can you help with this?

Frolov was also corresponding with the official institutions of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate. Below is a message from the media office referring to a text by Vasyl Anisimov [21] anisimov-rezensia [22].

From: pop.gu.net <[email protected]>

Subject: text

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Hello, Kirill!

This article was posted on our website (11 days on the home page) and was removed by Anisimov following Drabinko’s direct instructions under the threat of dismissal of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church media service.

One of the permanent addresses, [email protected] [23], allegedly used by Valerij Kaurov [24], is related to Edinoe Otechestvo [25], an Odessa-based pro-Russian resource: “We can promote our movement at the anti-autocephalous, anti-NATO, anti-Bandera events as well as those for protection of the Russian language. However, I will not manage that without serious support” (message of 05.02.2007).

From: Edinoe Otechestvo <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: Urgent, speech notes

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Igor Shuvalov works with him, Max Mayer is somehow connected, too. Kurochkin must be eager to return to Ukraine big politics. This is quite possible, especially after Lutsenko’s dismissal. He is an ex-chairman of the upscale and rich “Russian Club” in Kiev who could assist us quite legally. The guy is connected with very serious criminal groups in Moscow, however, he is legitimate for the Kremlin, otherwise, how could Pavlovsky work with him, when Pavlovsky was supporting Vitrenko with Kurochkin’s money? I think he knows about us but has no direct contact and does not understand his benefit from the eventual concordat. Simon’s “Rus” is totally hopeless without a party acting as a driving force, such as the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine. With good investments we, the Union of Orthodox Citizens of Ukraine & Co., could become such driving force. Send me the notes, didn’t you get the message on Korchik (Ed.: Dmytro Korchynsky)?

I will do it tomorrow. I see your idea of contacting Kurochkin – what do you know about him?

We are working on your people.

The message refers to Maksim Borisovich Kurochkin (Maks Besheny (Mad Max, kurochkyn-maksym-borysovych [26]) – a criminal boss, businessman, politician assassinated [27] in 2007, and Igor Shuvalov – a Russian political technologist, one of the top managers of Inter TV Company.

The correspondence with Edinoe Otechestvo discusses political projects: kontseptsyya-partyy [28] (party concept), meeting with Boris Lukichev, representative of the Synodal Department and executive officer in the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.

From: Edinoe Otechestvo <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: Fw: Invitation from Odessa

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

You do not fully understand the purpose of Luk’s (Ed.: Lukichev’s) visit. He is coming discretely, why do you want to drag him to the consulate? He has much more power than the consul. He will clear your problems with the consulate. By announcing his visit, you are giving everything away. You can blow his visit. He wants to keep it low, and that includes the consulate. How can you not see it?

—–Original Message—–

From: Edinoe Otechestvo <[email protected]>

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2006 00:37:01 +2000

Subject: Fw: Invitation from Odessa


—–Original Message—-

From: Valerij Kaurov

To: Lukichev B.M.

Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2006, 1:09 PM

Subject: Fw: Invitation from Odessa

Dear Boris Mikhailovich! There is no need to arrange a meeting with His Grace, he will see us without any special arrangements. When you are in Odessa, I will just ask him to see you, and he will. The best time for this is on a Saturday or on a weekday. Please give me your planned arrival time and I will find out whether he will be in the city during that period, and we will arrange everything. It is important for us that you speak to the new Consul General of the Russian Federation in Odessa to make him understand that our activity is followed closely from the Presidential Administration and that they want it to be enhanced and to bring more quality results. Sincerely, Valerij Kaurov

Lukichev is going to discuss financing of the Odessa-based pro-Russian organization.

From: bmluk <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: Re[2]: Cost estimate including the office

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

Hello, Kirill!

On Monday I asked Kaurov to arrange a meeting with His Grace on one of the weekends and advise me of the arranged date. I have not heard from him since then.

On the support matter, I would like you to keep it quiet for the time being: the matter is rather sensitive. I will forward your information with due positive interpretation, up the line, according to the same procedure as with the information on other organizations. As you can see, the decision is to be made behind the wall.

Sincerely yours,

  1. Lukichev

—–Original Message—-

From: Kirill Frolov [mailto:[email protected] [4]]

Sent: Tuesday, November 28, 2006, 9:36 PM

To; bmluk

Subject: Re[2]: Cost estimate including the office

Kaurov is worried about lack of communication from your side. It would be very bad if everything falls apart.

In 2007 (!) the St. George Ribbon campaign is held

From: EO <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: St. George Ribbon

To: Kirill Frolov <[email protected] [4]>

The plan is as follows: on May 8 and 9 we are planning to hold the St. George Ribbon campaign, to give away ribbons to everyone who wants it. On the same day, together with the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Social Democratic Party of Ukraine (united) we are going to erect 20 to 30 tents to hold the “Odessa Against the Sea Breeze Exercise” referendum. The ballots will contain three questions: 1. Must the Sea Breeze exercise be held in Odessa? Yes-No-Makes no difference. 2. Do you support Ukraine joining NATO? Yes-No-Makes no difference. 3. Do you support Ukraine joining the Eurasian Economic Space? Yes-No-Makes no difference. There may be other options, these are just the working suggestions…

The campaign requires producing at least 100,000 ribbons to be distributed across the city beforehand and especially on May 8 and 9. The cost per ribbon is 1 UAH (0.2 USD), also we need at least 100,000 colorful ballots bearing the Odessa symbols, similar to those we made for the “I speak Russian” campaign. The cost per ballot is 0.6 UAH. Additionally, there is the payment to the people – 3 per tent, 15 UAH per hour. The duration will be at least 10 hours. The campaign must be held on May 8 and 9, so that we have time to announce it and gather as many participants as possible. The campaign should open with a press conference and TV spots no later than on May 1 or 2, this will give enough time to promote it. This we will arrange on our side. Besides, we must produce anti-NATO banners and organize a veteran march on the Victory Day. The cost of one banner is 250 UAH. In addition, we will organize a “Victory Race”, a concert for veterans, etc. It would be great if the Ministry of Foreign Affairs allocated something to the Odessa veterans, so that we could present it to them together. I can contact Valentin Sokolov, a Hero of the Soviet Union, the leader of the Great Patriotic War veterans in our region, and can arrange everything. If only Russia were willing to help…

We have to start preparations immediately, there is little time to prepare everything, although we can still do it. Of course, we have to ensure presence of the Russian mass media. There will be a lot to film!!!

Frolov’s area of interest includes not only Kyiv and Odessa. He also maintains contacts in Donetsk, one of them being Konstantin Zazvonov ([email protected] [29]), who in 2006 worked on creating a pro-Russian organization of with Orthodox leanings. What is also interesting is the correspondence with Vladimir Kornilov [30] (Myrotvorets [31] data base), who at the same time was Director of the Ukrainian Branch of the Institute for CIS Countries and sent materials on the situation in Ukraine to Frolov on a regular basis: report [32] as of March 2, froeign [33] media on Ukraine election, provocations [34] of New Region.

Kornilov is consistently involved in anti-state activities effectively in the interest of Russia. He monitors the information resources, gathers insider information, looks for agents of influence (for example, list of people to be congratulated in Ukraine 2007 [35]). In 2007, he sent hundreds of reports to Frolov, requested permission for trips, shared data from public sources as well as those obtained during private meetings. Now Kornilov lives in Europe continuing his anti-Ukraine activities from abroad.

From: Kornilov Vladimir <[email protected] [36]>

Subject: Korolevskaya from Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc

To: [email protected] [37]

CC: [email protected] [38]

Dear Konstantin Fedorovich!

Attached is the article in the “2000” newspaper on Natalya Korolevskaya, a deputy from Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc, who has become quite influential in the faction due to her closeness with Yulia. The interview itself is nothing special. However, I would like to draw your attention to the points I emphasized – that Korolevskaya turns out to be a sister of the first deputy of Resin, head of Mosgorstroy (Moscow construction company). Judging by her words, she herself has joint projects with people from Moscow in Lugansk and is somehow influenced by Luzhkov. I think this information may become useful.

Sincerely yours,

Vladimir Kornilov

Most of the correspondence is focused on articles about Ukraine which Kornilov gets specially for Frolov, for example, there is a whole series of Sonia Koshkina’s publications.

From: Kornilov Vladimir <[email protected] [36]>

Subject: Koshkina’s article

To: [email protected] [37]

CC: [email protected] [38]

Dear Konstantin Fedorovich!

Attached is the article by Sonia Koshkina who is quite close to top-rank people from the Party of Regions. The article is published on the Obozrevatel (Observer) website and is focused on the deals between Yushchenko and Yanukovych. According to her version, the deals have been made by Gayduk and Akhmetov.

Sincerely yours,

Vladimir Kornilov

Kornilov also attempted to influence the situation at the international level.

From: Kornilov Vladimir <[email protected] [36]>

Subject: Meeting with the Chinese

To: [email protected] [37]

CC: [email protected] [38]

Dear Konstantin Fedorovich!

Please be informed that today (on Friday) I had a long (over two hours) meeting with Wu Ying Qin, advisor of the Embassy of China in Ukraine, and his assistants. Initially, he planned to exchange opinions on the situation in Ukraine within thirty minutes, but then we broadened the subject.

The Chinese are primarily interested in the following matters:

  1. Causes of the Ukrainian crisis
  2. Current state governance model
  3. Possible models in case of Yushchenko, Tymoshenko or Yanukovych winning the election
  4. Prognosis of further development in Ukraine
  5. Series of questions on the situation in Kyrgyzstan (they were especially interested in Kyrgyzstan)
  6. Prospects of energy agreements of Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan as well as the plans of the transit countries in this respect
  7. Role of the USA and Russia in the CIS, colored revolutions, events in Estonia, etc.
  8. What is behind the deployment of the American missile defense systems in the Eastern Europe.
  9. What is Russia facing after the presidential elections
  10. Functions of the Institute for CIS Countries and its Ukrainian branch, its personnel count, location, etc,

I emphasized the joint activities of the Institute and the Chinese last year. They got interested in that information, too. They offered assistance in the form of providing Chinese experts for our panel discussions and conferences in Ukraine. However, they added that plans for such conferences should be announced at least two months in advance.

In 2006, Frolov received more than 200 messages from Anatoliy Filatov who informed him on the existing trends in the Crimea, the Mejlis and the organization of the “Russian Orthodox Movement” in the Crimea.

Sincerely yours, Filatov, Anatoliy Sergeevich,

Head of the Center for Ethnosocial Research

at the Department of Political and Social Science

of Tavrida National V.I. Vernadsky University,

Ph.D in philosophy, assistant professor

95006, Crimea, Simferopol, prospect Vernadskogo, 4

Telephone: (0652) 325-5-68, 51-60-16 (ext. 124), 23-03-35; +38 066 786-90-35

Fax: (0652) 325-5-68

e-mail: [email protected] [39]; web-site: www.ps.crimea.edu

From: Filatov Anatoliy Sergeevich <[email protected]>

Subject: “For Russia” Rally

To: [email protected] [37]

CC: [email protected] [40], [email protected] [36], [email protected] [41], [email protected]

Simferopol, November 2 (New Region, Viktor Orlov) – In Simferopol, a rally was held at the Representative Office of the President of Ukraine. The meeting participants demanded that the Kiev authorities removed the Ukrainian armed forces from the peninsula. New Region found out about this from the media service of the Eurasian Youth Union.

The rally participants unfurled Russian and Crimean flags and held up the “No to annexation of the Crimea” and “Sevastopol – Crimea – Russia” slogans.

“We demand that Ukraine stopped annexation of the Crimea and Sevastopol which has been going on since the 1990s. Presence of the Ukrainian military on the peninsula is an act of aggression against the Republic of Crimea according to the definition in the Resolution of the United Nations Organization of December 14, 1974. Article 3 of this document qualifies any forced annexation of a territory of another state or its part as aggression and deems it unacceptable. Currently the foreign policy adopted by the political government of Ukraine has caused an actual threat of NATO military bloc infiltrating the peninsula which will inevitably result in the citizens of the Crimea and Sevastopol openly taking up arms to fight American neo-fascists and their minions” – this is an extract from the rally resolution sent to the Representative Office of the President of Ukraine.

“Only the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation is able to fully ensure both the safety of the peninsula and the protection of the southern maritime boundaries of the CIS, as well as the control over the situation in the Mediterranean. Ukraine will also benefit from this, as it will be safely protected from the south…”

Often these Orthodox pro-Russian activists beg for more money or to sling mud at each other in their correspondence trying to shove the rivals away from the feeding trough.

From: Aleksey <[email protected] [42]>

Subject: from Aleksey D.

To: [email protected] [4]

CC: [email protected] [43]

Hi, Kirill!

You are treading ever riskier trail with each day.

How dare you change an eparch’s name to filth? You’ve lost all decency already.

There is no help from you except empty talks. Being a coward, you avoided taking part in any serious campaign. This is so like you – using others to achieve your own goals.

For the past three years you have been rather destructive for the Orthodox faith and Russia.

I would like to tell you that what you and your “protégés” are thinking and planning is not going to happen! You know that I am hardly ever wrong. And this time I am 300% sure. I know what will happen, how and when, but there is no place for you in there. That’s for sure. You are very narrow-minded. And all your efforts to “rise” as high as you can on the social and political scale are doomed to fail. You have chosen a wrong path – it ends in a drop. It leads to oblivion and rejection by the future of Russia.

I can’t believe you can be this stupid. You do not seem to. It is sad and ugly through and through. But then, I am being honest with you.

My best wishes to Polina.


From: donesm <[email protected] [44]>


To: [email protected] [4]

Hello, Kirill!!!

How are you? You must have totally forgotten about me!!!)))

I have to ask you for a great favor – please stop whitewashing Kaurov and writing about him. Kirill, you must know very well that his political star is already setting and that his business – the gay club – will be soon taken over by Gurvitz (Ed.: mayor of Odessa). Why would you damage you rating in Ukraine, it’s bad enough as it is. The Gypsy is done with+)))))

If you, by chance, want to do something great and creative, please contact me. I will be glad to help!!! AT A PRICE!!! We will save the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate even without Moscow’s help, but the old eparch faggots in the East and South of the country must be removed by joint effort!!! What do you think about a conspiracy against the patriarch???? Fascinating!!! Do write!!! We have already gathered more than a hundred of young people to protect the Orthodox faith in Ukraine. You can use them!!!


From: OSP Sergey Gennadievich <[email protected] [45]>

Subject; from Rechkunov

To: [email protected] [4]

Dear Kirill, hello again,

Thank you for your answer. I will think about it. Frankly speaking, I can’t see myself as a newspaper writer.

As to Semenko, I do not care about him – he is a psycho and a swine. His level is the street, and his audience is a hundred people. He is on his own. MiSh is a different story. I published my accusations against Semenko only because I once saw him in person at a Christmas Readings panel and realized that such as him need some snubbing. I liked the collection of his stupid statements on Kuraev.ru. This is why I am distributing such materials. I have no desire whatsoever to study Semenko’s ramblings.

By the way… If you have any critical material on MiSh, Yatskin, Semenko, etc. please share or give the hyperlinks. I will be happy to post them.

Sincerely yours, S.R.

  1. What do you think about Yatskin? He behaves like a complete psycho, his behavioral responses indicate an illness. How could he become one of the chief missionaries?

Therefore, analysis of the first batch of the messages and documents in Kirill Frolov’s mailbox allows the following conclusions:

  1. Russia started anti-Ukrainian sabotage immediately after the collapse of the Soviet Union. According to Frolov’s mailbox dump, destabilization of the Transcarpathia was considered as early as in 1997. All that time Ukraine has been under destructive pressure fuinanced by the Russian state budget, funds were allocated for creation of public organizations, institutes and sociological agencies gathering and analyzing the information required by the Kremlin.
  2. Many messages refer to the church. In addition to the problems of the Russian Orthodox Church, Frolov pays a lot of attention to the “Ukrainian issue”. He does his best to block the natural process of Ukrainian local church creation, interferes with Ukraine’s domestic and faith-related matters. He exercises his influence via the metropolitans close to the Russian Orthodox Church with Agaphangel, metropolitan of Odessa playing a special role.
  3. Frolov’s focus and influence tools are different projects expressing pro-Russian and Orthodox ideas: Association of Russians in Ukraine, Union of Orthodox Citizens of Ukraine, Cossack organizations, etc.
  4. Frolov was the most active in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Transcarpathia, Odessa, Donetsk, Kharkiv and Kyiv.
  5. The agents of influence representing different regions and organizations are competing for funds and support and engage in squabbles.

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