Priest turned actor tapped as strategist for Russian Freemason backed rightists..Prokhorov linked to masons

Ivan Okhlobystin, a Russian celebrity who switched careers from the Orthodox priesthood to acting, was recently appointed to the Supreme Council of the Right Cause – a right-wing party founded by the grandmaster of an all-Russian Freemason lodge.

Andrey Dunayev, head of Right Cause, announced the partnership with Okhlobystin on Twitter. Dunayev noted that the candidacy had been approved by his party’s top executive body – the Presidium of the Supreme Council. The Supreme Council is a consultative body, however, whose suggestions are not binding for party members.

Okhlobystin was a Russian Orthodox priest until 2010, when he asked the Church hierarchs to suspend him so that he could start acting in a TV comedy series, and later become an art director for a major cellular retailer. He also launched his own political movement, merging nationalist-imperialist rhetoric with terms and symbols borrowed from tabletop war games.

Okhlobystin revealed plans in 2012 to turn his movement into a political party dubbed the ‘Coalition Sky,’ but has made little apparent progress. The ex-priest also considered taking part in Russia’s latest presidential election, but shelved his bid after announcing that he failed to receive the Church’s blessing.

The Right Cause found itself embroiled in scandal when it approved billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov as its leader before 2011’s parliamentary elections. At the first electoral convention, party veterans led by the grandmaster of the all-Russian freemason lodge, Andrey Bogdanov, ousted Prokhorov for attracting controversial figures to the party and his supposedly authoritarian management style.

Prokhorov left, but demanded that the party returned the money already spent on its promotion. The Right Cause complied, and failed to win a single seat in the parliamentary election.


From 2008:

Could masons rule Russia one day?

Andrey Bogdanov, a Russian politician, Mason, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Russia, is the leader of the Democratic Party of Russia and a candidate for the Russian presidential election.

Is a Russian politician. He is the leader of the Democratic Party of Russia and a Freemason, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Russia. As a candidate for the 2008 presidential election, he received 968,344 votes or 1.30% of the Russian electorate.

Russian president Putin described Bogdanov as “an ambitious young man with progressive views”. During his presidential campaign, in 2008, he showed support for Russian integration with Europe and for less state involvement in the economy.

In November 2008, the Democratic Party of Russia was disbanded and its followers joined the ranks of the new party Right Cause, which united the supporters of the right-wing West-oriented liberalism. At the same time Bogdanov founded the Andrei Bogdanov Centre, an independent non-profit organization for the development of social technologies, which in many respects became a successor to the Democratic Party.


yes the masons are in russia..why wouldnt they be? there are no real enemies..just pretend ones and the masons are everywhere..making and destroying leaders at will..the evidence is all above..


~ by seeker401 on August 16, 2012.

4 Responses to “Priest turned actor tapped as strategist for Russian Freemason backed rightists..Prokhorov linked to masons”



    Order of Saint Andrew (1 cl)

    Order of Saint Catherine the Martyr (2 cl, for ladies)

    Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky (1 cl)

    Order of Saint Anne (4 cl)

    Order of Saint Vladimir (4 cl)

    Sy5551 and I are on this stuff 🙂

  2. Jim’s Mailbox
    August 15, 2012, at 11:00 am
    by Jim Sinclair in the category Jim’s Mailbox | Print This Post | Email This Post
    Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

    A friend of mine sent this along today.

    An interesting letter in the Australian Shooter Magazine this week:

    “If you consider that there has been an average of 160,000 troops in the Iraq Theatre of operations during the past 22 months, and a total of 2112 deaths, that gives a firearm death rate of 60 per 100,000 soldiers.

    The firearm death rate in Washington , DC is 80.6 per 100,000 for the same period. That means you are about 25 per cent more likely to be shot and killed in the US capital which has some of the strictest gun control laws in the U.S. , than you are in Iraq .

    Conclusion: The U.S. should pull out of Washington… but, only if you want them to be safer. Otherwise leave them there, and let nature run its course.

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