The same anti-Christmas propaganda is just as active in Great Britain (and I imagine in many, if not all, of the countries to which this letter goes). Jeff Randall, a self-styled not-very religious journalist for The Telegraph writes a piece, "Christmas crucified by do-gooders." His point? Christmas is not being attacked by the English Jews and the Moslems whose delicate consciences are the supposed reason for the non-season. On the contrary, every year he receives a "proper Christmas card" from the owner of his local curry house, who is a Muslim from Bangladesh. No, Christmas is being crucified, he claims, by the White, Anglo-Saxon Christian apostate liberals, who, under the pretext of multi-cultural sensitivity, are trying to re-brand Christmas as a kind of pagan "Winterval," Thus eliminating from the cultural memory any notions of Christian theism, of which Christmas is such a powerful reminder.Click here to read the full text of the article.
Thursday, December 21, 2006
From an article by Dr. Peter Jones entitled "Why All the Lights?" This isn't really the main point of the article, but I found it interesting.