Tag: Germany

Immortal Beloved Ludwig van Beethoven

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) was a German composer and pianist, who is arguably the defining figure in the history of Western music. Born in December 1770, he was baptized on the 17th. As baptisms customarily took place the day following birth consensus is that the world’s greatest composer was born December 16, 1770. The earliest recorded piece that Beethoven composed is a set of nine piano variations, composed in 1782.

Germany Ethnically Cleanses and Replaces its Folk

Last year, Germany lost 270 thousand of its citizens who went abroad, Die Welt reports. And these are mainly young and educated personnel. The emigration of Germans fleeing Merkel’s globalist regime is of particular importance against the background of the excess in the number of deaths in Germany over the number of births, the German newspaper notes.

Brussels Caves into Hungary and Poland

International blackmailer George Soros isn’t too happy either. Hungary and Poland getting the EU to abandon its move to make Covid-19 relief conditional on ‘rule of law’ standards to control their policies has incensed international financier George Soros, who called it (turning the tables on blackmailers) a German surrender.

Ursula Haverbeck bravely Faces the Inquisition

What does the state have to hide when they relentlessly persecute a 92-year-old peaceful woman, who has never done anything that we normally associate with ‘criminal behaviour’, never did anything violent, has never stolen, never vandalized, never defrauded anyone, but has asked an inconvenient question over and over again.

Saint Nicholas Day – December 6

Who is Saint Nicholas?
For a long time in Austria and some regions of Germany, particularly in Bavaria, St. Nicholas was the main character in the Christmas celebration. But he was not Santa Claus, and he arrived earlier – on the 6th of December. His usual, less friendly escort went by different names in different places: “Belsnickle,” “Niglo,” “Pelznickel,” and others. Santa Claus or Father Christmas is a more recent tradition. Since the Germans (and the Dutch) brought many of their customs to America directly or indirectly, we need to look first at Europe in order to understand the American and worldwide Christmas celebration of today.