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  • The European elections are upon us and it looks as if we only have two options: Either you vote for a Europe in which the economy has an overriding importance, or you vote against Europe so that each nation moves itself behind their old borders. Loesje likes neither options. She wants a Europe united by people.

    Toward a united world

    Loesje worries about her friends in the Ukraine, the extreme right wing parties who are winning more and more seats all over Europe and in general she worries about the position of people in the European Union. You may ask: do we actually need a European Union? No, we need a United World. And yes, towards that united world a united Europe is a good step in the right direction. Not one that's mostly interested in economy, but one that puts people first: a Europe in which people meet, discover and exchange.

    Go and talk with strangers, surprise yourself. The future of Europe and the world is too important to leave in the hands of economists, conservative en retro-nationalists. It's about us, you. That's why Loesje asks your help. With the help of people from all over Europe she made posters about Europe. The posters are translated in five different languages. Now it's time to spread the message.

    How can you help?
    Print the posters about Europe from www.loesje.org/posters and stick one or more on a nice (if possible recognizable) spot in your town or city. Take a picture of it and mail it to loesje@loesje.org. Loesje will share it on her Facebook and Twitter so that everyone in the world can see it, because from the Milky Way's point of view we all seem to be from the same village.

     

     


  • Let's spread this poster and express our freedom of speech and support our friends who can't simply do the same, like in the Ukraine.

     

     

  • If you haven't seen the new series yet, have a look and spread the word (uh...the poster)

    www.loesje.org/posters 

     

  • For several days Loesje went to Belgium to do some serious poster sticking. Of course our friends from Loesje Belgium were all present, the sun was shining big time and so were we  We started in Brussels on International Woman's day and the first poster put on a garbage pin, namely “Sexual liberation / were did we stop last time / the grandma of”, immediately drew a lot of attention. TV Brussels even filmed our poster and asked if they could have one for themselves. Fortunately we didn't have a shortage of them. We were sticking around old buildings, parks, statues, markets and even in the street full embassies. The poster “Confusion of Tongues / I call it European poetry” will surely raise some eyebrows just as we like it. Besides sticking posters there was also time for stories, special drinks and hanging around in old churches and cafés.

    When we finally arrived in Gent, we spotted a poster from 1883. Yeah I know. One century too early, but it looked like an old painting. Later on we found out that our Loesje friend from Gent did stick this one some years ago at night. We had a great day in Gent, though we had to escape the police several times, because they were on the hunt for something and the posters were directing them to Loesje people, but we all knew how to behave like tourists, so when the police came we immediately brought out or camera's and took pictures of the old buildings around us.
    Oh, and not to forget: In Gent there is one tavern which looks so mysterious that you think you have entered a different age. The owner looks like some old magician who tries to pull you in and will only let you out in a different world. A really cool thing is that he made us stick a lot of Loesje posters in front of his tavern. Not bad hè. 

    Ok that's it for now but there are more adventures on the horizon. 

  • Call for people in the Netherlands: We will do a series of great Loesje-workshops in English in Nijmegen! The first workshop will be on tuesday 18th March and the following one on thursday 27 March. Spread the word and join! See details in the picture and sign in smiley 

  • Sometime...somewhere.