A person visiting Poland for the first time may spot an unfamiliar inscription in white chalk on doors they pass – ‘K+M+B’ or ‘C+M+B’. The tradition of writing these letters has its origin in the 18th century. During the communist regime, many Poles continued this tradition as a demonstration of their own beliefs.
The December 25th birthday of the sun god is a common story worldwide, dating back at least 12,000 years, as reflected in winter solstice scenes recorded in caves. Around the world beginning thousands of years ago, people have celebrated the birth of the god Sol (Sun) to the Queen of Heaven, the Celestial Virgin. The winter solstice has been celebrated in many places, from China to the Americas.
The true story of the Christmas Day truce of 1914 is still talked about more than a century later. The famous moment when British and German troops exchanged greetings along the Western Front during World War I is a shining example of how Christmas brings people together.
At a press conference today, Tuesday, December 21, Macarena Olona, the general secretary of the anti-globalist right-wing Spanish political party, VOX, encouraged citizens to stand up against the use of the Covid (flu) passport in Spain. ‘It has no health reason, but it does have a social control reason’, she claimed.
A Swedish singer has received backlash for removing references to God from a 19th-century hymn that she performed during an annual Christmas season television program.
Tens of thousands of anti-repressions citizens clashed with police agents during a mass demonstration against anti-Covid measures in central London as officials claim to be ‘extremely worried’ about the epidemiological situation in the UK capital.
WE ARE THE EUROPEANS
Let me introduce you to,
The folk of Europe sweet,
They’re kind and friendly lovely folk,
You’re ever going to meet.
A generation that walked to school and came back alone
A generation that did their homework to go out and play in the street as soon as possible.
Ironically, soldier foes killing each other on the Western Front during The Great War (1914-1918) brought to the world a far more eloquent message of peace and goodwill than could any bible-thumping priest berating his sleepy congregation.
A Greek Orthodox cleric was recorded on video shouting ‘Pope, you are a heretic!’ as Pope Francis entered a meeting with Greek Orthodox leaders. The dragon-slaying cleric was dragged away by security operatives.