NO RIGHT OR LEFT WING
There are no political divisions possible in genuine Orthodoxy, such as conservative and liberal, or right and left wing, although this term has been used against the faithful in a derogatory manner, by some Orthodox involved in the ecumenical movement. The reality is that there is one fulness of truth, preserved in oral and written tradition, as revealed by the Holy Spirit which is pure Orthodoxy. Substituting or contrary private opinions disagreeing with holy tradition is a distortion, not Orthodoxy
But what is pure Orthodoxy and what is distorted Orthodoxy? To be Orthodox means to accept and incorporate into our beliefs and lives, all that the Church has believed and rejecting all that the Church has rejected, loving all that Christ loves and hating all that Christ hates. Not one of us has permission to change anything by addition or subtraction, or out of our own opinion. The Church headed by Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit always abides in truth. There are beliefs, rules and regulations kept if we desire to belong to the Church. These rules involve everyone and exclude no one, clergy and laity alike, great patriarchs and lowly laymen. The Holy Scripture forbids us to open discussions with apostates or heretics. The reason that they are outside of the Church is because they believe erroneously. They can, if they so desire, reject their error, accept the truths of Orthodoxy. That will enable them to come out from under the anathema and enter the real Church by Baptism and Chrismation, unless they were previously baptized Orthodox.