Posts tagged ‘Travel and Tourism’

May 31, 2011

Moscow – distinguished ex naval commissar rapes more than 20 children in an orgy of depravation and lust

[John Connintre, Russia News Contributor]

Ex naval commissar Vasily Midtev, head of  the Young Eaglets of the Fleet Patriotic Club in Moscow, has admitted to sexually assaulting more than 10 children in his care between 2006 and 2011.

Predatory Midtev enjoyed the sexual favours of the children frequently, sometimes group sexual encounters took place.

The 51 year old was arrested by Moscow police on May 17 when they had received over 20 complaints from parents that the salacious Midtev had raped their children.

The Young Eaglets  of the Fleet club was established in Moscow around 25 years ago and admits only children under 14. The club teaches seamanship and organizes journeys to regions of Russia.

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May 8, 2011

Pippa Middleton is new sensation in Ibiza bikini backflip

[Royal Family Contributor, Jenni Smith-Tollop]

Photos taken in 2006 show the royal newly-weds having tons of fun in Ibiza with friends.  Scrumpy photos show William relaxing with his bikinied friends on a yacht in Ibiza and the delightful Pippa Middleton frolicking in the sea with a perfect backflip. Certainly, from all accounts, the happy couple’s marriage seems to be one made in sheer heaven!

April 10, 2011

Nature island of Dominica suffers ‘demonic’ invasion

[Helena Perez, Dominica News Contributor]

DominicaCentral.com: Following incidents at schools in the Caribbean island of Dominica where normally well-behaved children have erupted into violent and bizarre behaviour, Dominicans are fearing that a satanic attack has been launched on the island’s school system.

There was yet another strange happening during the middle of last week at a school in the north of the island when three students were reported to have displayed paranormal behaviour.  Fear and panic gripped the school in the town of Portsmouth when three girls began to scream without any apparent reason and commenced ransacking their classrooms. Teachers and students had run from the school in fear during the incident which had brought the entire school to a standstill.

In March this year at a school in the island’s capital, Roseau, more or less the same thing happened and the children involved had been submitted for psychiatric evaluation.  Past years have also witnessed similar events with some saying that the children has spoken in ‘tongues’ at the incidents.

Local doctors are describing the events as being due to ‘mass hysteria‘. However, residents are saying that the patterns of behaviour specifically show some form of demonic possession.

April 10, 2011

Large leatherback turtle visits nature island of Dominica to lay eggs

[Helena Perez, Dominica News Contributor]

Residents of Marigot, a coastal town in the island of Dominica reported the sighting of a large leatherback turtle last Friday. It appeared to be laying eggs on the beach.

Many species of turtle visit the nature island of Dominica often to lay their eggs and are protected by local laws. They can weigh up to 2000 pounds and can be up to 8 feet long.  Leatherbacks, like all turtles, live to a very long age and are thought to have inhabited the Earth for more than 100 million years.

March 8, 2011

Russia is St. Lucia’s newest best friend

So it seems, as from yesterday, Russia became the Caribbean island of St. Lucia‘s newest best friend. Why, you might be asking? Well, this seems to be a case of love of the purest sort as the countries have signed a ‘Protocol of Intention‘ whereby Russia has agreed to ‘open its doors’ to St. Lucians and the delighted islanders can now expect science and technology scholarships at Russian universities and other such gifts.

As reported by Caribbean 360, the island’s Minister of External Affairs, International Trade and Investment, Rufus Bousquet said: “This protocol of intention allows us to move in the multilateral arena and to hold discussions in terms of improving our bilateral relations…of course it also includes a clause which allows us to put high level experts to hold discussions on matters of mutual interest…..We understand that Russia has a very strong academic record in the areas of engineering and I am sure that there will be many St Lucians who would like to take advantage of that expertise”.

Caribbean 360 reports that Russia’s Ambassador designate to St Lucia, Victor Zotin, had responded: “I hope very much that the other steps will follow this document and we shall develop a relationship between our two states.  We are interested in developing all round relations with your country: education, investments and tourism which is very important for your country. I hope very much that more and more Russians will come to your beautiful island of St Lucia”. He also said that Russia will co-operate in initiatives to increase tourist visitors from Russia to the island.

Russia and St. Lucia has entered into diplomatic relations in 1979 after the island declared its independence from Britain. Saint Lucia is an independent island on the eastern side of the Caribbean Sea boundering the Atlantic Ocean.[3] It is near the other Caribbean islands of St. Vincent, Barbados, Martinique and Dominica.  It is around 238 square miles wide and has a population of around 174,000.  It is a former British colony. It’s main industry is tourism and over 1 million tourists visit it each year, most of them American.

[Caribbean Affairs Contributor]

March 1, 2011

Steaming hot ‘Cadence- lypso’ and the rise of a pop music legend

Julie Mourillon is the creator of the new sound craze, Cadence-lypso, which is igniting the Caribbean, French and niche European music scenes. Cadence-lypso is a  fusion of Dominican and Caribbean/ Latino rhythms and has totally revolutionized the music scene in its genre and is now the main dance music of Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe and other French Creole Caribbean islands.

Born and raised in the Caribbean island of Dominica, Julie started getting involved in music very early in life playing with top Dominican bands of the early seventies and quickly became one of the top guitarists on the island. In 1973, he teamed up with several Dominican musician friends and moved to the neighbouring French island of Guadeloupe where they created the Group EXILE ONE and pioneered Cadence-lypso.

In 1975, Julie moved to Paris with his EXILE ONE colleagues. That same year he recorded his first solo album ‘Rock Your Bones’. The hit track ‘Pays a Moin’ shot up to number one in Dominica and other Caribbean islands. A number of musical experiences followed including the making of his own band ‘Emphasis’ and later, teaming up with some of his old colleagues giving birth to the group ”Roots of Exile”. Together, they launched a new beat dubbed Island Boogie, a fusion of cadence- lypso and North American funk and soul and toured Africa and Europe. In 1984, Julie went truly solo as a main act and since then has released 15 albums including 2 reggae albums, unleashing hits such as Aniece, Ecoutez, Piman Cho, Julianna, Trodding On, Jump Up Party, Keep the Feeling and Need U2Nite. In the following years, Julie toured Africa, Europe, the  USA, the Caribbean and the Pacific. Very much in demand as a session musician he has worked with top rap and reggae acts in Paris and Africa including Alpha Blondy as well as with top Jamaican musicians such as Cat and Rugs of Third World and more recently, superstar Jimmy Cliff.

Now, Julie’s music is being distributed by Jet Star Music, a worldwide record distribution company based in London.  ‘Jump Up Party’ is the newest offering of Julie Mourillon. It demonstrates his versatility as a composer, writer and singer. As its name suggests, it is a party album with great ambience and Julie is dishing out hot spicy Caribbean music: soca, bouyon, cadence-lypso and merengue.

Julie’s new album is scheduled for release in spring 2011 and a preview can be heard on http://www.myspace.com/juliemourillon. He is planning a tour of Russia and the Baltics scheduled for later on this year.

[Music & Arts Contributor]