In the ROC against naming the revolution of 1917 «Russian»

© RIA Novosti / Maria Tabaksplant exhibition about the Russian revolutionIn the ROC against naming the revolution of 1917 «Russian»© RIA Novosti / Maria Tobacco

The Communist ideology was introduced into Russia from the outside, so you should not call the events of 1917 «Russian revolution», says the first Deputy Chairman of Department on interrelations of the Church with society and the media Alexander Shchipkov.

The terms «Russian revolution» and «Great Russian revolution» is currently taken to indicate events from February to October 1917, in which power passed from the king to the Provisional government, which thereupon was overthrown by the Bolsheviks.

«Thus, the blame is shifted to Russian society. And Russian people, who, in fact – the main victims of the events of 1917, becomes the victim and the culprit. There is a substitution, manipulation,» — said the representative of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Like a hundred years ago, and now, in his view, Russia faces similar problems. However, at the present time there are «other issues that did not exist in 1917».

«Questions about common identity and a unified ideology, if they respond properly, will remedy the destabilization of society,» — said Tweaks.

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