Observe her protest is written on her in English – she is not protesting for the Russian or Ukrainian audience, but for the western audience. This a western propaganda offensive against the last major Church to stick with Christianity.
I am not a Christian, but Christianity is no threat to me, whereas total domination by progressives of all cultural institutions is a threat to me.
Repeating what I said earlier: Progressives have done to Christianity what Christians did to pagans. Christians would convert the elite by some mixture of economic pressure, evangelical persuasion, and, sometimes, the threat or actuality of state violence. The elite ran the pagan religious institutions, and continued to run them. When ordinary lower class pagans showed for the customary pagan festivals, they found that the festival had been Christianized. They continue to do pretty much what they used to do, but now it was Christian, and not only no longer pagan, but gradually came to demonize pagan gods.
Analogously, today a father takes his family to church on Christmas, and instead of hearing what he was expecting, hears that salvation comes from voting for higher taxes and welfare, and that exercising authority over his wife and children is sinful.
And if the Russian Orthodox Church does not get with the program, their stuff is going to continue to be vandalized and desecrated. That this is western state pressure (the left is the state, and the state is the left, the left is the state at prayer) is apparent from the fact that the Orthodox Church in America has gone over to progressivism. The transition from Christianity to progressivism runs on state, rather than Church, boundaries, and the pressure to convert to progressivism is everywhere expressed in English.