18 Profitable Faith

Profitable Faith

Posted on August 1, 2012 by team

Sale of candles, icons and other churchware is a nice business... Just look how they celebrated birthday of a small candle factory director. The celebration was held in four places: they started from a church, then moved to a cafe, later sailed on the ship to proceed at a summer house… Many Russian stars were invited to congratulate the director.

By the way production of such kind of stuff as candles is said to be tax-free in Russia so that all profits can go to the religious organizations, leaving this area unobserved by state regulations…

The director turns 70

This boy is the son of the man whose jubilee is celebrated


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18 Responses to “Profitable Faith”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    Yes, he deserves a Stalin Prize. Keeping people ignorant is an important job. (Therefore, reward with a party!)

  2. YJ says:

    Committing sin in the name of religion. These people looks like mobs.

  3. LeningradSKY says:

    WTF jews were doing there?

  4. Adrian says:

    Religion = manipulatin = ignorance

  5. Sindbad says:

    Yes, the budget is stolen with tens of billions of dollars from tax free candle selling. What am I saying, tens? hundred billions dollars. Recently the priests bought Dubai and they are heavely involved in Wall street. The priests made finanicla crisis and put to the ground worls markets. How? Because they sold candles without paying taxes! Let’s send priest to the gulags Where is stalin to make that possible?
    Once again I remark how impartial ER presents Church and priests. ER deserved a prize let’s say “When malice and stupidity collide”

  6. Piotr says:

    Ha Ha, ER almost fooled us! This is no doubt a head of state in clever disguise. I mean, just look at the party! Of course, attending are his mobster buddies.

  7. Observer says:

    They are fat.
    And why the photographers are so obsessed with shirts with stripes and wet (sweat) fringes?

  8. Fred Johnson says:

    I always wondered why “God” needed so much money and gold and stuff.

  9. Amazing says:

    Yep, it’s all about Jesus….

  10. post soviet says:

    after his death, the church will declare him as a saint


  11. Tovarich Volk says:

    Je$uS $ave$, Je$u$ $pend$.:S Just out of curiosity, who’s the Elton John lookalike on bongoes?

  12. Chac Mool says:

    Girls in black dress… can make interesting a boring party.

  13. jeffrey pigden says:

    The big three; Organized crime, organized religion, organized labour!

  14. Le Français says:

    I remember that pure communists enjoyed luxuous things.
    And stolen, it’s better.
    For the people, of course!

  15. Chac Mool says:

    The business of faith.

  16. FuglyAmerikan says:

    Thanks for posting photos. They’re great photos. In the same vein as the freak show at the disco awhile back.

    Interesting that the ‘Star of David’, a Jewish/Satanic magic symbol, is embedded in the floor of what is ostensibly a “Christian” church. Of course, it ISN’T a “Christian” church at all.

    Where there’s money to be made there will be hook-nosed hebes (and their whores). The faith of the people is not found in churches. Not in Russia. Not in America. Not in Mexico. Not anywhere. In churches you find Jews, because that’s where the money is. If you’ll recall Jesus only visited the “temple” once.

    To flip over the moneychanger’s tables.

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