The Visegrád Four (Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Poland) are interested in each other’s success, stability and rise, said Zsolt Németh, head of the Hungarian Parliament’s foreign affairs committee.
‘I do not know why one should meddle in the laws of the Hungarians,’ says Babiš about Hungary’s law banning promotion of LGBT in school.
The joke used to be that the Daily Worker British Communist Party, now The Morning Star, promoted a competition the winner of which would win a week’s holiday in Communist East Germany (GDR). Second prize was mirthfully said to be two weeks holiday in the German Democratic Republic.
As archaeologists discovered new mass graves of plague and famine victims during the reconstruction of the Ossuary in Kutná Hora in Czechia, the location has now gained the status of probably the largest plague burial ground in Europe.
After the Hungarian Parliament passed a bill on paedophilia, one of the elements of which is the prohibition of sexual propaganda aimed at minors, the globalist opinion system is stirring up emotions with unprecedented brutality, economist László Bogár writes in a column in daily Magyar Hírlap.
THE SIGNIFICANCE of the four Central European States is that Visegrád would be the 17th largest economy in the world, with twice the growth of the EU, and most people in the EU work in the region after Germany.
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC – The much-loved Czech actress Libuše Šafránková died yesterday at the age of 68.
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.
The British establishment likes to boast that they punch above their weight in terms of influence beyond their territorial size. It’s not hard to see how they manage such a feat. It’s called duplicity, intrigue, lies, and dividing and ruling.
Slavic carnivals are known under different names in various Slavic countries: [Macedonian language: ‘Прочка’ (Prochka)], Bulgarian: Сирни заговезни, Прошка (Sirni zagovezni, Proska), Russian: Масленица, Мясопуст (Maslenitsa, Miasopust), Polish: Ostatki, Mięsopust, Zapusty, Czech: Masopust, Šibřinky, Ostatky, Slovak: Fašiangy, Slovene: Mesopȗst, Pust, Pustni teden, Fašnk, Serbian: Покладе, Poklade, Croatian: Pust, Poklade, Mesopust, Fašnik. They are traditional Slavic festivals related to the period of carnival.