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Sunday, 25 December 2016

Croatian President Meets Pope To Discuss Brazil-Serb Gay Horse Fuck & Scat Videos Being Shipped Into Europe.






I decided to do a repost of this very important topic, mainly because since the time of the original post, the waves and boatloads of the foreign produced films has still not been slowed or diverted to other markets, That's even since the involvement of Nato and increased spending for night vision goggles, binoculars, drones and field rations etc. It's especially apropos to post on the holiday because today is the day when many of the smuggled videos will be given as presents and unwrapped under Christmas Trees...





The Croatian President seen speaking after the Pope's nap and samba dance lessons at his residence and palace of robes and dresses and homo-erotic hats. Talks revolved around soups, dry cleaning, lint removal techniques, the rise in the cost of organs and seat cushions, who would win a Battle Royal wrestling match between Moses, Muhamud, Jesus, the talking snake and donkey, Noah, Job, Ezekiel, the great Behemoth Beast Dragon with the sword or Maher-Shalal-Hashbaz son of the Moabite Josheb-Basshebeth from the Canaanite town of Selahammahlekoth, the best times to take a nap and most importantly how to stop the Rio-Belgrade gay horse fuck and scat video shipments into Europe from Brazil. Image:facebook.com.





Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic had an audience with Pope Francis recently, after which she met with the Holy See's Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin. Yesterday, as part of the 2 day visit, she gave the lecture "Women in Politics: Challenges in a Globalized World" at the Antonianum, the Pontifical University of St Anthony. She also presented the Pontiff with a Croatian soccer jersey.

During todays brief audience with the Pope, discussions revolved around how stop the shipments of Brazil gay horse fuck and scat videos arriving into Europe through Lisbon and then Serbia, with Belgrade becoming a transportation hub since Serb chetniks have arrived back from killing Ukrainians, also since Rio Jesus and Serbian Jesus both like the gay horse fuck and scat videos, use the same poses, same card tricks and magic act etc. Most of the movies are produced by "the Dubstylers" and the soccer player Bola Saco de Jesus, (not related to José Luis de Jesús), a team of seasoned avant-garde alternative film directors, and the films financial backers are Vojeslav Seselj and his production company, "3 Fingers & A Happy Horse Times Films" which is in turn funded by the Serbian church hierarchy.

Personally, I'm ecstatic that these discussion took place in Rome between the Pope and Croatian President, because I've had plenty of these types try to offer me various Brazil gay horse fuck and scat videos, or trying to talk various people to make similar films, even over the last couple years especially, why just yesterday a few times actually, and I keep telling them, "Listen, go sell it or watch it with your mom or dad, or better yet make one with with them. I'm very happy that you people are the world leaders in this field, maybe it's your culture but it's not even remotely Croatian related or of interest to me. Maybe your the type of person who enjoys watching horse cum dribbling down your uncle's and mothers chins, but that's not my list of subjects that I'm into, nor do I eat chicken blood rice or pray for soccer game wins". Besides, my mom was abducted by Brazilian Serbs in the 70's and forced to suck goat cum and perform various ways with a squid and Piranha at a construction site, so I know what I'm talking about. (I remember it like it was just yesterday, her coming home, dress torn, similar to a dress that I saw Valerie Bertinelli and Mary Tyler Moore wear a few times. I still have a piece of that dress that I keep in a box and I take it out to look at it sometimes, the blood is still dry, but I can hear the screaming, the sound of slapping and of their spittle while laughing, the smell of various kinds of beans and the goat making goat noises, like it happened just yesterday ) People need to be aware that Croatians have our own long civilizational history, customs and traditions within Europe and don't need strange foreign traditions and customs in our barns. Go sell it to or ask some other ethnic background people, try your luck at Oktoberfest, during Chinese new year or at some televangelist crusade, whatever.

Discussion revolved around how to stop the these Brazil movie producers from holding casting calls in Split, Zagreb, Zadar, Dubrovnik, Karlovac and Osijek as well as other locations in Europe. Some of the videos involve various performances with horses, monkeys, apes, goats, alligators and crocodiles as well as fish, frogs and mice. The Croatian President stated "I don't know about other nations of the EU, but Croatian men don't like to suck on horses and chimpanzee dicks, nor do our women enjoy frog sex, that's not the way were were raised or our culture and traditions. We very simply need to put a giant cork in the Rio-Belgrade gay horse fuck and scat video river".





The Rio-Belgrade underground film distribution was initiated in the early 1990's by Serb chetniks and paramilitary ultra-nationalists, most notably by the "Mighty Gang of 4" seen above. They also filmed the first all-Serbian gay horse fuck and scat porn film in a barn near the front lines in 1993 after clearing it of Non-Serbs.



Joining in the battle against the Dubstylers and Serbian "Mighty Gang of Four" are Peter PopoffRod ParsleyJohn HageeOral Roberts back from the grave, Jerry Falwell back from the grave, Benny HinnPaul CrouchRobert Tilton, Kerney Thomas and many others



Pope Francis brought out the blessed Brazil beachball and tee to be blessed from above as the choir sang the Jesus is my nigger gospel rap to the praying crowds, the beachball will shoot forth holy blessed air to build a magical invisible wall of defence.



Rare views of one of the Serbian film producers and directors during filming a scene for a movie.




Another behind the scenes sneak peak of the co-produced film "Jesus de Jesus von Jesus Scatus & A Sunday At the Barn."



Pictured above is the ringleader and President of "3 Fingers & A Happy Horse Times Films", seen in Vukovar scouting for a good goat-donkey-eel foursome filming location. After cleansing areas of Croatia of Non-Serbs in the early 1990's, the next order of business was usually to open up a tent theatre to show his various produced Serb gay horse fuck and scat films. These theatrical performances and events were blessed and supported by the Serbian church hierarchy and gurus. More info HERE and HERE.



A more recent photo of "3 Fingers & A Happy Horse Times Films" CEO Seselj and the lead Serb actress Serborella who has performed in over 1400 of his films. She has won the coveted "Golden Turd and Feed Bag Award" 15 consecutive years, the Kristie Alley of the film industry.



Serb church hierarchy giving the holy orders to Seselj and blessings for his future Gay horse fuck and scat movie film ventures in Rio. The Serb church are the biggest funders of the Gay horse fuck  and scat film industry. (In the Serbian church service the bread miraculously turns into a Serbian goat dung loaf, hence the wise Serb proverb: "May your loaf of goat dung taste like a freshly baked bread turd, amen.")



According to reports, a newer version of the baby fucking newborn porn"A Serbian Film" (scene above) is being produced also, but it will involve fucking a baby piranha instead. Animal rights groups are already starting petitions.



It has been discovered after scientific analysis that the Rio Jesus statue is actually a subliminal esoteric symbology icon of a man calling in horses to perform scat porn with. "Cum ye all. etc and bla bla bla unto the land of the Amalekites and Jebusites." (see also televangelists are good readers)



Sister Ivana-Carmilla Von Crimson from the organization "Sisterhood of the Blessed and Immaculate Yummy Heart of Raptor-Jesus" charity will be in charge of filling the prisoner feedbags, movie nights (including repeats of blasphemous dinosaur documentaries) and of course the nightly hosedown/whippings.



Sister Scarlet Midnight Moonwalker from the Infernal & Merciful Angelic Sisterhood of Moonlight will be in charge of sharpening knives, spooning out the gruel and making sure the liquor cabinet is well stocked, especially after the champagne is used up from toasting.





Since 2008 the number of these casting calls has risen by 77%. (In 2012 four members of the Croatian women's national hockey team (see post here) and 3 women from the national folk ensemble of Croatia LADO were approached with lucrative US$25.00 contracts (22.82 Euros) to perform with a goat or chimpanzee, In June of 2012 half a dozen women Croatian soldiers (see post here), were promised 23 Euros each to take part in a goat-frog-ape sex orgy.




The Croatian President's very own daughter Katarina Kitarović (seen above) was approached after ice skating sessions in Prague in December 2014 and in Krakow in February of 2015 by a Serb working on behalf of the Rio-Belgrade cartel and had offered her US$25.00 (22.82 Euros) to be filmed in a chimp, eel and octopus foursome hip-hop video film. (aka "Farm-Hop", figure skaters are especially wanted by the Rio-Belgrade cartel because of their flexibility and unsmelly scat)



A final climactic dance scene that was filmed on location in Brazil by the Serbian film production company, this from the film "Look Ma, No Hands!"





During the short visit various other topics were also discussed, including the environment, global warming, world population growth, overpopulation, beer brands and the overfishing of lobsters in the Adriatic sea. (Updated Kolinda fishing in the Adriatic after the meeting photo) The Brazilian Pastor Pastor Josue Yrion was also in Rome and pointed out that he saw Satanic statues that had penises, some nuns that were eating ice creams on a stick that looked like a penis and even some nuns wearing shoes that reminded him of a penis. Pastor Josue Yrion is the author of the book "Jesus Never Had To Pinch A Loaf (But He Could Have Made It Turn To Gold If He Wanted To).





A new division of the Vatican-EU sponsored organization (and it's official new logo seen below) has been established to combat the Rio-Belgrade films partnership, based upon the words of Raptor Jesus found written in Ben-el Shareem Jonah and the Galatians Epistle to Ramath-lehi and the Canaanites of Moab, 33:17-29: "Behold, verily the time is nigh to not turn the other cheek nor run to thine mothers skirt, but I sayeth unto thee that ye must eat them, eat them and leave no scraps, just bones. Only then you verily shall have peace and eatest lots of cake".



Some behind the scenes footage of Raptor Jesus gathering his troops to battle the "Dubstylers" and Serbian "Mighty Gang of Four" seen above. The below video background music was performed by the Louvin Brothers and the The Faith Tones. (Raptor Jesus lived for millions of years and was the very first Jesus ever, he's also the only one that left behind any proof that he existed, which is why the Walmart people below a crying)

video





It is recommended that if the reader has information, to contact the the Vatican's website at w2.vatican.va and click onto the appropriate link, or just call the telephone hotline at 1-777-SCAT-FACE (7286-3223), but only after the Pope's after lunch nappy-nap time and before his evening soup, Gravol biscuits, Metamucil pudding and nappy-nap time. Calls after this will have to wait until after his morning hallway strolls, flower smelling and koran, soccer ball and book kissing and blessing exercises. Full story: vijesti.hrt.hr










Sunday, 18 December 2016

The 2016-17 Zagreb Advent Holiday Fair Markets & Winter Solstice Festivities Are Underway







From November 26th to January 8th the capital city of Zagreb will celebrate the annual Winter Solstice Advent & Market Fair festivities, (aka Hibernal solstice/Midwinter), a tradition with origins from at least medieval times.





Firstly I should make it clear that this is not any sort of tourism post, just a quick repost from last year for the benefit of the reader because it's interesting and good to know, and so I don't have to type or search for images, and because it's sort of a continuation of my previous post because it's all about continuing culture, progress and civilization. Coincidentally, this holiday season this event was once again voted 1st in the category of Best Christmas Market from among dozens of European cities. I don't particularly care much or follow various best or top whatever lists because most of them are bullshit anyway and mainly just used for television show filler-chatter between the Hollywood celeb gossip news and scandals gossip. (Jennifer Aniston the most beautiful and sexiest woman of all time now? really? well how about that? If they say so then it must be true) However this one was based on the votes of visitors, and besides there are worse things and lists to be voted at the top of these days I think. Just a few of the other Christmas Markets cities that were in the voting included Strasbourg, Lille, Colmar, Metz, Tallinn, Vilnius, Prague, Bratislava, Budapest, Brussels, Stockholm, Helsinki, Reykavik, Manchester, Aachen, Dresden, Berlin, Vienna, Graz and a number of others, it's traditional and a very popular year ending Winter Solstice holiday event for the countries involved.




A common scene during this time of year, a few of the other Christmas Advent Holiday Markets that took place again this year.





Like I said before, these holiday market/fair winter solstice traditions started in medieval times, and many of the traditions are from even well over 2,500 years ago, from pagan times well before the foreign Abrahamic religions and their offshoot cults and sects from the middle east appeared. (just like many folk Easter customs/characters, today's Djed Mraz/Djed Božićnjak/Santa Claus is actually originally the personification of a number of pagan ideas and popular folk characters from way back when we used to be located more north and known as the Veneti/Venedi/Venethi and even by other names, a sort of travelling magician during this time of year). They were temporarily interrupted at times during the peak Islamic and Serb Jihads of the Ottoman empire into Europe centuries ago, but continued again after their defeat when the Croatian crown lands were still poltically within the Habsburg monarchy and then Austria-Hungary. These days it's popular again in Croatia, as well as other former eastern bloc nations that discarded communism after free elections in 1990-91, although the festivities didn't really take off again until after 1995, as Serbs forces and Serb church supported paramilitaries were jubilantly bombing and shelling all kinds of markets throughout the whole year in many places up till then, and these days still celebrate them. (these and similar types of events were especially strictly forbidden and considered degenerate by the former Ex-Yugoslav communist state leadership and their Serb church and nationalist allies because it promoted a peoples history and culture before bullshit communism garbage, as well as state sponsored secret police and before the commie history and commie lingo terms were invented, but the lying commies are gone and dropping like flies now, just a few lingering deaf ones left who didn't  hear the death knell and they can go suck subversive one-worlder utopianist hairy communist camel ass anyway I say, (or just lead the cockroaches and other insects and vermin to their blissful promised land instead)...pass the cake and wine) And of course Djed Mraz (aka Grandfather Frost, Djed Božićnjak/Grandfather Christmas ie: Santa Claus) and his elves will be around giving all the rosy nosed and cheeked children visions of magical Christmas plum jam filled palačinke, sugar sprinked krafne, kolači, keksi and promises of an exciting new year, and probably new mittens and hats.




Also worth noting before continuing, is that the Croatian Red Nosed Clown Doctors will definitely still be spreading the holiday merriment for the less fortunate kids in the hospitals who can't enjoy the festivities in person, good to know. (More information about them at the link)





Of course there's plenty of the usual modern stuff to do and malls to shop at, however this is the time to experience the more rare side of the city, you know, spending time out in the open like they did before hoverboards, Pokemom, gender reassignments, selfie sticks, phone pixel-counting, fentanyl, mall/coffee shops shootings, crackhouse/meth labs and Uber became all the rage and the top of everyone's lists, as in actual real chestnuts roasting, festive baked goods and desserts, various awesome pork and smoked ham/bacons, sausages and other meats and drinks, (beers, wines, liquors, see this interesting related drinks post about another world list), historical reenactments and dressed entertainment, horse and carriage rides with actual real horses, that kind of stuff. Also, this year they added 10 more events throughout the Gornji Grad–Medveščak medieval core section so there will be plenty of things to see and do. There are actually similar holiday festivities going on in the other Croatian cities and towns also, but this one has lately become especially popular during the holiday and new year season, so it was worth mentioning again.

(also btw, Game of Thrones is back in Croatia filming for season 7, that's pretty cool holiday-ish news too. I'll do a post eventually when more pics and video becomes available)


More information about this holiday event at www.adventzagreb.com and www.infozagreb.hr and the other links or just Google around.




www.jutarnji.hr/life/advent-zagreb

licegrada.hr

www.facebook.com/Advent-u-Zagrebu

www.infozagreb.hr

www.adventzagreb.com

www.europeanbestdestinations.com/christmas-markets

Previous posts: 1.3-million-bulbs-used-in

farm-near-zagreb-lit-up-for-holidays

santa-clause-bikers-dubrovnik-rafters-windsurfing

ice-rink-opens-dubrovnik

xmas-advent-zagreb-2015-to-be-extended

zagreb-cafe-opens-smallest-ice-rink-in-europe

photos-of-day-outdoor-skating-zagreb





And Just What The Heck Is An "Advent In Zagreb" & "Xmas Market Fair" Anyway?.....





Advent in Zagreb 2014, more information and images HERE.





I was just browsing around the newly designed croatia.hr tourism site because I was curious about what they did with it besides changing the official slogan recently, just for curiousity's sake (I must say I like what they did so far though, they included more medieval castles, fortresses, mansions and events and winter scenes and events which they didn't really do all that much of before, example) and that's how I came across and was reminded of this annual event again)






What is Advent in Zagreb you may wonder? What's it all about? Well, like in a number of other cities and towns in Croatia also, and in other European cities, it's when the coming new year holiday season kicks into high gear. These holiday market/fair winter solstice traditions started in medieval times, and many of the traditions are from even well over 2,500 years ago, from pagan times well before the foreign Abrahamic religions and their offshoot cults and sects from the middle east appeared. They were temporarily interrupted at times during the peak Islamic and Serb Jihads of the Ottoman empire into Europe centuries ago, but continued again after their defeat when the Croatian crown lands were still poltically within the Habsburg monarchy and then Austria-Hungary. These days it's popular again in Croatia, as well as other former eastern bloc nations that discarded communism after free elections in 1990-91, although they didn't really take off again until after 1995 as Serbs forces and Serb church supported paramilitaries were jubilantly bombing and shelling all kinds of markets in many places throughout the whole year up till then, and these days still celebrate them. (these and similar types of events were especially strictly forbidden and considered degenerate by the former Ex-Yugoslav communist state leadership and their Serb church and nationalist allies because it promoted a peoples history and culture before bullshit communism garbage, as well as state sponsored secret police and before the commie history and commie lingo terms were invented, but the lying commies are gone and dropping like flies now, just a few lingering deaf ones left who can't hear the death knell and they can go suck subversive one-worlder utopianist hairy communist camel ass anyway I say, (or just lead the cockroaches and other insects and vermin to their blissful promised land instead)...pass the cake and wine) And of course Djed Mraz (aka Grandfather Frost, Djed Božićnjak/Grandfather Christmas ie: Santa Claus) and his elves will be around giving all the rosy nosed and cheeked children visions of magical Christmas plum jam filled palačinke, sugar sprinked krafne, kolači, keksi and promises of an exciting new year, and probably new mittens and hats.

This is the time of year when the city of Zagreb turns into a magical pixie dust filled land of wonder and magical awe, sleigh bells, delicacies and music just before the holidays and new year. With the coming of the holidays lots of stalls are set up at different locations throughout the city, the whole city downtown core and old medieval nucleus section gets lit up and decorated. Lots of decorated trees, streets and fountains, but that's not all, that's just the beginning.





Djed Mraz and his elves at the Ice Park during the Zagreb Advent Christmas Market Fair (Croatian: Advent i božićni sajmovi u Zagrebu)






Basically, starting from around November 28th, (and now until Jan 8th instead of just New Year's Eve) there will be tons of events also taking place. All kinds of free food festivals, music concerts (traditional and modern acts), fashion shows, various themed tours, (ghost tours, historical/medieval tours, museum and art gallery holiday events, etc)











Then there will be more sampling of wines, beers, soups, sausages, stews, meats, desserts (lots and lots o' pastries and desserts for sure) and other gastronomy related events, arts and crafts, the evening streets become filled with shoppers, the hungry, with the merry and those who are just curious, people visiting art galleries, theatres, museums, restaurants, sporting events and film festivals, then of course also outdoor ice skating, the nearby skiing events, (specifically the Zagreb Snow Queen FIS Ski World Cup, and don't worry there will more food, music and entertainment events there also) as well as even various children's events and activities. On the weekends all the city trams and buses are free throughout the whole city during the 40 days.











There is also historical re-enactments, horse and carriage rides, lights and fireworks, carolling and various other performances. Just like in the markets of the other European cities, there 's plenty of brightly decorated huts and stalls selling traditional handicrafts: glassware, jewellery, embroidered lace, wooden toys, metalware, ceramics, scented candles, Christmas tree ornaments, handmade hats, gloves and scarves, puppets and dolls dressed in traditional costumes, and lots of other things related to the holiday season, as well as plenty of entertainment, foods and drinks to try out. Basically 40 days of transporting those in attendance back to the 18th and 19th century times like you just stepped into a classic novel or Disney cartoon. (which reminds me, see recent disney-on-ice-makes-another-stop-in-zagreb post)





Also don't forget your skates if you're going to be in the area, more info HERE.




Just for the heck of it, from a previous photos-of-day-outdoor-skating post, here's a cool rare photo from 1892 of the above Ice Park location today, viewed from the other side with the main train station in the background. 





Yep, the heat and sticky summer days are gone and so Zagreb during this time of year then quite literally transforms into a magical land, a dreamy chimes, candles, decorated trees and floating lanterns wintry kingdom of neverland and land of evermore, but which it really is because it's real. You'll actually come across similar scenes and events in many other cities, towns and municipalities in Croatia during this time of year, but since Zagreb is the capital and largest city, it's the most well known one.










Also, I noticed on some of the local ethnic television channels and programs that plenty of other countries in Europe have similar holiday and new year events in their capital cities also, so I'm not saying that this is the only one or best one, it's just the Croatian version, sometimes they even have local smaller versions take place in their ethnic communities around here. So you'll actually see similar holiday scenes and Advent Christmas Markets like this Advent in Zagreb going on in other cities in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, Hungary, Austria, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Slovenia, Italy, Spain, France and other countries.












It's basically all about celebrating the holidays and welcoming the new year in traditional ways like they did centuries ago, but also including modern day motifs, entertainment and events. And like I said, there's similar markets and fairs going on in the other cities and towns also, in Rijeka, Split, Osijek, Varaždīn, Karlovac, Vukovar, Dubrovnik, Zadar, all over the place. It's a jingly-jangly market vortex of merriment, enterainment, and foods and drinks basically.















There, that briefly just about sums it up, you can view and find out more HERE. The below short videos I came across pretty well explains also. 


More information at the official website: www.adventzagreb.com





Scenes from Advent in Zagreb 2014.



(Warning: there are lots of jingle bells in the next few videos, they're not my videos so don't blame me) Advent festivities on the Main Square.




Advent on Zrinjevac.




Ice Park skating at King Tomislav Square during Advent.




Advent at EU Square in Zagreb.



Advent at the Zagreb Funicular near downtown.



Another recently made Zagreb Advent highlight video.






(Update: some cool related information that came out a month after doing this post, Zagreb was actually chosen as the Best Christmas Market in Europe by voting travellers. The Croatian capital was chosen from over 20 other nominated cities including London, Vienna, Berlin, Stockholm, Strasbourg, Brussels, Manchester, Nürnberg and others. A total of 101,703 votes from 176 countries were received. This is good to know because it just goes to show you that travellers appreciate efforts by the various cities to bring holiday magic at this time of year. See www.europeanbestdestinations.com for more information)




And lastly as an extra bonus, tipTravel magazine is a Croatian online travel magazine full of interesting features, travel ideas and stories from destinations in Croatia and even other places around the world. This latest edition will feature Winter in Croatia as the main topic, as well as stories on the Lucerne region in Switzerland, winter in Austria and Slovenia, tourism trends (Green travel trend), and many other topics. Just click onto issuu.com/tiptm/docs/tiptravelmagazine to check it out for free.





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