Trap Thursday *4

Last week’s results were, at least for me, surprisingly clear. Nearly 3800 people voted (thanks!). 60% of you thought the trap was a boy, 20% thought it’s a girl and another 20% were not sure. The majority was right – he is a boy indeed. His name is Joseph McManners and he’s an English actor and singer. His music isn’t really my cup of tea but that’s the kind of music pedos faint over for sure ;) I was sure he’s a girl when I saw him the first time too, by the way.

Enough small talk, let’s get to this week’s trap!


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Peat Bog Soldier

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[Photos found at So Many Boys via get ur pantz on]

Peat Bog Soldiers is one of Europe’s best-known protest songs. It exists in countless European languages, became a Republican anthem during the Spanish Civil War; was a symbol of resistance during the Second World War; and is popular with the Peace movement today. What makes it perhaps so poignant is the knowledge that is was written, composed and first performed in a Nazi concentration camp by the prisoners themselves. I have an article about this on my personal blog where you’ll also find the English version of the song.


Periodical Political Post *19

Not dead yet!