The Persecutor (alternatively titled Forgive Me Natasha or Sergei; known as El Esbirro in Spanish) is the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov. It details his early . Forgive Me, Natasha by Sergei Kourdakov, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. According to Wikipedia, the book was translated into at least fourteen different languages, sometimes titled, Forgive me, Natasha. Millions of.

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Sergei Kourdakov

At the end of the documentary, you are shown listening to your pastor talk about believing and having faith, and he seemed cultish in light of what you had experienced. October 11, at 6: Soviet Security and Intelligence Organizations A lie constructed by all involved: I could not imagine at the time that much good could come from uncovering a false story and humiliating myself, although I knew this scenario was possible. Moscow still was reaching out to me. You wonder how a bright young man could be duped by the promises of communism when society around him was falling apart.

I became more curious and read on. When he went back to his place of residence, he received a message from someone seeking to hire him, and an address to reach him.

Forgive Me, Natasha by Kourdakov, Sergei

Shortly after attending a peace conference he was invited to between a gang his friends were in and another nearby gang, Kourdakov was shot in the left breast in revenge by a member of the other gang.


One of the best books I’ve ever read. From then on, along with kojrdakov studies, he was in charge of carrying out orders sent from the Komsomol headquarters in Moscowlistening to the grievances of cadets and argue in favor of them if natasah was convinced the cadet was right, and discipline any cadet who appeared to be undermining Communist commitments, often shocking them into performing better.

Foegive veridical story that shows how the Soviet communism worked from the experience of one of the most awarded young men for their contribution to the Communist Party.

The answer, as put forth in the film, is no. While Victor left to get some vodka for themselves, Sergei sat down there trying to figure out what “young people see in this trash.

In I was instantly healed by the serbei of God.

Forgive me, Natasha and Sergei! | Russian History Blog

The first question that we have posed to this witness suggested that he had been with Sergei in the KGB. It’s the true story of Sergei Kourdokov. He was subsequently flown to Vancouver and placed in the Vancouver Central Jail.

I learned a couple things I did not know before, and his transformation was slightly interesting but overall I didn’t give a damn!

The let him go ashore on natadha west coast of Vancouver Island, in the middle of an arctic storm, where there are no ports for miles??? Another part of Kourdakov’s job was to prepare reports and record the names of all of the Believers caught, to be entered into a nationwide database in Moscow. Jan 12, FaeryMeganChase rated it it was amazing.


Forgive Me, Natasha

Interview 6 — Victor Nikivorov. One girl’s ear had been split open, and the group’s pastor lay dead and floating down the river. Religion represents no threat.

The church represents no threats. The Russian ship also had a rack with literature in English which I helped myself to a number of times.

For the past 31 years, however, I have also worked professionally as an investigator. It was easier to believe He wanted to use me for His greatness, not tend to my deep flaws. The book The Persecutor was overall a great book. Are you more cynical now about evangelical creeds? July 4, at 4: September 1, at 9: Mar 17, Lena Denman rated it it was amazing.

Trivia About The Persecutor. It is important to note that the techniques that I may refer to in this blog are techniques that an investigator uses as tools. As he began iourdakov speak, he leaned his head to the right, and placed his right hand very near his mouth. The biggest part of the book deals with his harsh and violent experiences and activities within the communist system, and the savagery of the treatment which was dealt out to believers comes across clearly.