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Cardinal Anders Arborelius, Bishop of Stockholm, is one of the Catholic bishops who signed the letter, which was read out in churches throughout Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland over the Easter weekend. Photo: The Catholic Church

Care prompts bishops to criticize transgender ideology

The Catholic bishops of the Scandinavian countries presented an open five-page letter criticizing transgender ideology on March 21, just before Easter. The document primarily expresses care and advice and was read aloud in Catholic churches in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland. Cardinal Anders Arborelius, Bishop of Stockholm, is one of the signatories of the document.

FREEZING IN THEIR HOMES is the new grim reality for many Brits and Northern Europeans. Margaret is 92 years old and has just come in from the winter cold, but no warmth awaits her at home. She fears her own home more than the icy streets. Next to her are four thick blankets, and on the shelf above the fireplace, which she can no longer afford to buy wood for, is a meter showing the daily cost of electricity (inset). It shows £1.03, about 13 SEK. When it reaches £3, about 38 SEK, she is forced to turn off the little heat she has to afford it. Still image: ITW News

Brits Forced to Live in Darkness and Cold

Food prices are rising at a furious pace, fastest in Scotland in almost half a century. At the same time, energy prices are at record highs. People are forced to choose between freezing or going hungry, and a majority of Scots are forced to live in cold and darkness to cope with bills. Old generations' tricks for saving and keeping warm are returning. Nevertheless, it is feared that 10,000 Brits will die of cold homes this winter. We present the Swedish Public Health Agency's guidelines on indoor temperature. Governments in Europe are introducing rationing and monitoring of food purchases. Net-zero emissions are a lie that, in practice, de-industrializes the West and dramatically lowers our standard of living.

THE RAPIER air defence system is manufactured by the British Aircraft Corporation and was commissioned in 1971. The missiles have a range of 8 kilometers and are guided by an unusual optical guidance system which provides high accuracy. The system’s short response time and the high maneuverability of the missile has med Rapier popular. Foto: Richard Watt/ Defence Imagery

Switzerland destroys its weapons instead of giving them to Ukraine

Despite growing international pressure, Switzerland is instead destroying older air defense systems that it has decommissioned. The country claims that sending weapons to a warring party would violate its historical neutrality policy.

A massive coronal mass ejection (CME)

Very unusual solar eruption: Extremely strong CME ejected from the far side of the sun

A massive coronal mass ejection (CME) on the far side of the sun on March 13th had a speed of over 3,000 kilometers per second and was so powerful that it was classified as extremely rare (ER), something that only happens once or twice over several decades. It was ejected from the far side of the sun and therefore does not hit Earth, but was so extreme that radio traffic was nevertheless knocked out on Earth for several days. The sun is in an active phase during a low-activity solar cycle, a very dangerous combination for Earth, which has a severely weakened shield. We were reminded of this on March 15th after a weak CME once again created an unexpected geomagnetic storm with spectacular auroras.

Sweden’s Path into NATO – What has happened

For over 200 years, Sweden has maintained its non-alignment and neutrality. Although the political parties have been predominantly supportive of NATO, they have refrained from pushing the issue, as public opinion has strongly favored maintaining neutrality. However, after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the time seemed ripe. It suddenly became urgent to join NATO before public opinion shifted back. However, the burning of Qurans and Turkey’s capriciousness have caused complications.

Can the sighting in Clevedon be the famous Loch Ness Monster? Photo: Anna Purse

The Loch Ness monster might have left the Scottish Highlands

The Loch Ness Monster has been spotted off the coast of England, according to “several people” in the British town of Clevedon who have taken new pictures of the mythical sea monster.

South Africa’s infrastructure 30 years after the end of Apartheid

LondonHating South Africa was part of growing up in North London in the 1980s. Pelle Taylor and Patrick Remington from Two Raven Films, recently interviewed South Africans about the decline of the country after Apartheid ended.

Thousands of Flemish farmers block roads in Brussels against nitrogen policy

BrusselsMore than 2500 farmers from Belgium's Dutch-speaking Flanders region gathered at Brussels' central Arts-Loi street and blocked roads with tractors toward Brussels to protest the regional government's plan to limit nitrogen emissions.

Germany’s first ice cream parlor to sell insect ice cream

TübingenThe recent approval of insects as food in the EU primarily caused disgust among the citizens, But there are nevertheless entrepreneurs in Germany who are trying their luck with crickets and the like in their products.

Orban: EU energy sanctions costing citizens billions

BudapestHungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has warned that some western states could soon send troops to Ukraine. He also criticized the fact that the EU sanctions against Russia had cost Hungarian taxpayers tens of billions of euros.

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