Macron did not win an election in four years

According to the latest BVA poll for RTL and Orange carried out on April 21 and 22, 2021, 61% of people questioned now exclude voting for Emmanuel Macron in the first round of the 2022 presidential election if he stands again, a majority of they consider him ‘a bad president’.

Śmigus Dyngus, also called Wet Monday

The tradition most likely goes back to the 14th century, but it likely also has pre-Christian origins connected to the March equinox and the coming of spring – water being a symbol of life and renewal. Similar traditions can be found all around Central and Eastern Europe, with Поливаний понеділок (Watering Monday) in Ukraine, Oblévačka in Czech, Oblievačka in Slovak and Vízbevető in Hungary. It’s also known as ‘Dyngus Day’ in Polish communities outside Poland.

Popeye the Sailor Man and Olive Oil really existed

His real name was Frank Rocky Fiegel. He was born in 1868 in Poland. A retired sailor he was contracted by Wiebusch’s tavern in the city of Chester, Illinois, to clean the town’s lawlessness and maintain order. Rocky Fiegel was notorious for his belligerent attitude and firmly believed that everything could be sorted out with his fists.

HEROES OF HUMANITY

In this interview Dr. Reiner Fuellmich explains more about what they have found, more specifically about the fraudulent PCR test, which has no ability to detect an infection. According to Dr Fuellmich a second Neurenberg trial may be needed, to prosecute all who are complicit in this unprecedented crime against humanity. 

Regime Busting Riots Rock Europe

In a stark warning of what is yet to come, demonstrations in major European cities escalated into clashes with police.
Protests took place in scores of major European Union cities, which escalated into often vicious clashes with state police. In particular, Berlin, London, Brussels, Zurich and Paris were turned into war zones.