The Netherlands has endured its first night of curfew imposed in an alleged bid to halt the spread of the coronavirus. The regime’s draconian order was trashed at multiple Dutch locations with things getting particularly hot in one town.
Occasionally, some lunatic or more likely an agent provocateur will attack a place of Islamic or Jewish worship. Such attacks trigger orchestrated mainstream media hysteria and anti-white nationalist rhetoric that for some strange reason is not considered hate speech.
As an eleven-year old schoolboy I often travelled on the Overhead Railway (the Dockers Umbrella). From the windows of the rickety train’s carriages windows one (or in our case several schoolboys) enjoyed an unfolding panorama of docks and ships loading and loading in the many docks.
Constructed in 1900, the “Halloween House” served both as an “exotic place” for one of the Church of Satan’s members to express his beliefs, and as a venue for the local community to celebrate Halloween.
Mass riots in Brussels January 13 evening revealed terrifying scenes in the Belgian capital. Police confirmed that 20 police officers were injured and two female officers were taken to hospital, one of them in serious condition. Police also arrested 112 rioters, of which 30 are supposedly minors.
On April 27, 1865, the United States experiences its worst maritime disaster in history. Mere weeks after the Civil War came to an end, the steamboat; Sultana exploded and sank in the Mississippi River, killing an estimated 1,200 to 1,800 Union prisoner of war soldiers who were released and on their way home.
WORLD EXCLUSIVE: For several centuries, Khreshchatyk, the Central Boulevard and main square of Kyiv (Kiev), capital city of Ukraine was considered the heart of Kyiv. During World War II, this magnificent boulevard equal to similar in Paris, and the streets adjacent to it was completely destroyed, yet few people know about the devastation.
At regular intervals, all vessels are placed in Dry Dock where they are thoroughly examined and repaired before being licensed to return to the high seas. The great ocean liners were no exception. The then 16-year-old Michael Walsh was one of the skeleton crew left to man the RMS Britannic during its repair and renovation in north Liverpool’s Dry Dock.
Every year on November 5th, for reasons lost in antiquity, the villagers of Ottery St Mary, Devon in England’s West Country race through the streets carrying heavy barrels full of flaming tar in one of the quirkiest of British traditions. The West Country has a history of torchlight processions and a tradition of burning barrels and rolling them down the streets, but Ottery is the only village where barrels aren’t rolled but carried above the head. The tradition is believed to have started in the 17th century, possibly when someone decided that rolling barrels were tame and carrying barrels on the shoulders was far more appealing.