Catholic Church in the Western world has three after-life places: Paradise, Hell, and Limbo.
Orthodox Church in Russia has only two: Paradise and Hell.
You know why? Because Russia is Limbo.
Just look at these pictures, which show us what happens with a human soul after he or she dies, according to Catholic and Orthodox beliefs:
Catholics believe that humans’ souls go to Limbo after death. It waits there for some time before being judged. After that it goes either to Hell or to Paradise.
Orthodoxes, on the other hand, believe the soul go to Hell or Paradise immediately after death, since it already has been judged.
It is quite easy to conclude that Orthodoxes are already in Limbo.
Yes, I mean Russia is Limbo.
Yes, I mean we are dead.
And we are being judged right now, this very second. Everything you see here in Russia, everything you feel, every your decision, every your thought — these are all part of the Divine Justice.
All those Party of Thieves and Crooks members, all those Patriarchs with sacral signs, all those from the line of command from small to large — have made their choice: they will go to Hell when dead-again. And Putin will hold a pitchfork.
All those who fight them and still honest, all martyrs of the new time — Pussy Riot, Navalny, Ksenia Sobchak, etc — they will go to Paradise.
Only few who can not or want not to decide which side to choose and which way to go (thus are unable to be finally judged) — they will go back to the life in the… well, Catholic (Western) world. We call this “immigration”.
Do you want to vamoose? Clean your karma, expiate your sins, make something good, and continue doing so until you are allowed to leave Limbo by the karmic laws of the Universe.