Month: May 2021

Easter riding

The Osterreiten or Osterritt ( SorbianJutrowne jěchanje ; synonym cross riding ) is an old religious rituals in the form of a procession in which the resurrection of Christ is proclaimed. It is still cultivated as a Sorbian custom in the Catholic part of Upper Lusatia . There are also Easter horseback processions in Old Bavaria and Franconia , in Upper Silesia , North Bohemia and Moravia.

Put a Bird on that Beat: Producer So Wylie Remixes Nature’s Best Singers

So Wylie learned last year that owl calls are “kind of fire.” Now she is expanding her catchy avian collection.
In November 2020, during a contested election and deadly pandemic, a tiny Saw-whet Owl was rescued from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree. Being very small (and politically unaffiliated), the owl spawned a minor media sensation. Among those entranced was New York-based music producer So Wylie. 

See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil judges threaten peace in Europe

Chahinez, a 31-year-old mother of three originally from Algeria, died in Mérignac, near Bordeaux, after being burned alive by her serial-psycho 45-year-old husband, sparking a wave of indignation and protests. Around 300 people, friends and neighbours gathered for an hour in silence near the scene of the tragedy, placing flowers, candles, and a message: 
‘We will not forget you,’ was written on the sidewalk where the Algerian woman tragically and needlessly died.

Their only sin was love for their country

BREAKING: French military writes new civil war warning letter: A group of active French military personnel have added their sponsorship to a possible military coup and has supported an open letter written by retired generals to the republic’s authorities warning of a civil war. A new message and a preface to it were posted in the weekly Valeurs actuelles, TASS reports.

The Ghosts of the Eastern Front

The fiercest battles of World War Two took place along the Eastern Front. The Front reached back to Germany through Russia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, the Balkans, Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, and the Baltic States. Throughout these sombre landscapes, where Europe’s best gave their lives to free Europe from the scourge of the Bolshevik-Washington DC alliance, grave robbers thrive. Known as black archaeologists these scavengers are constantly engaged in searching for military artefacts. These macabre souvenirs are then sold throughout Europe and U.S. There seems to be an inexhaustible appetite for such ghoulish objects.