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Sunday, December 22, 2013

It's Merry Christmas...not happy holiday...

It is amazing we can celebrate Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Ramadan, all of which are openly promoted in the media, and rightly so, yet when it comes to Christmas it's happy holidays? This is political correctness gone mad, they don't want to offend other denomination by offending ours?
It's not happy holidays, it's Merry Christmas, and it does not offend any other denomination, the ones who do promote hiding Christmas are the same who openly want to change our society to a marxist style...If anything, those who do celebrate their own religious moment should be offended that their religion is used to demean another...when the media and radicals openly advertise them, at the expense of Christmas....well, it's called division, grouping one against the other...

Even here in lanark county, social programs, the hub radicals anti-traditional family policies, the radicals have refused to say the words...Merry Christmas...

You can clearly see, though ridiculous, the effort to "erase" Christmas by replacing it with happy holidays, yet leaving happy new year.
This policy goes even further in Ontario, the premier has a card, wishing Merry Christmas in 29 languages, yet in english and french, nothing but best wishes? Joyeuse Fetes??????


The holidays are supposed to encompass both New Year and Christmas, but they can't even get that right or are not hiding their disdain for family togetherness brought on by a Christian celebration of Jesus's birth.....
Tradition is important to children especially, happy holidays only means presents, Christmas on the other hand means more...If they succeed in turning it into a commercial spending day, what is next...veterans day? Easter? How long until the demonize peter rabbit....
With all that, I would like to show appreciation to businesses like Canadian Tire, the Gap, Tim Hortons, and others who still, for now, openly wish and promote to their customer a Merry Christmas and the local politicians who refuse to take away what our Grandparents gave us...TRADITION.

By all means I am not preaching religion, that is an individual choice, but it has always been my belief that if we take away days like Christmas, then we take away important learning and choices from our kids, after all we should offer them everything we learned so they can make their own choices...
Many of these special days offer morality to our kids, they are not going to learn it in schools, especially here in Ontario.
People in general have a tendency to jump on the bandwagon before realizing what they are jumping into, getting rid of tradition is dangerous as we see on our city streets. Hopefully, we are all starting to see what is really going on and many of us have decided to put a stop to it....
If they get away with this bullshit, they will not stop there....
We seen how far they are willing to go to get rid, or downgrade the importance of fathers in families. Christmas, is just part of the overall problem, making the next generation dependant on them instead of families...

Until we live in a world that embraces freedom, dignity and morality, I will never stop fighting them, no matter how small the issue is...

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm an Atheist and I have absolutely no shame in wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas.

Any reason to celebrate life is a good reason.

You don't have to believe in a faith to share its positive celebrations.

Charlie said...

Atheist or believer,living with each others differences is why we have a good place to live.It's the politicians who are unaware of this or they take advantage of it.Merry Christmas.

Allison said...

Well said and MERRY CHRISTMAS

Ahmed said...

I am Muslim and I am not offended if someone wishes me a merry christmas because canada people are a great people who respect each other. I would love to see these people who avoid saying it, live where i come from for a year.I live in Ottawa,work for the government, have jewish, christian and atheist friends,we do not look at each other thay way, just people.Could never do that in the old country.

Calvin said...

Christian here, and I wish all, a very Merry Christmas. From our family to yours.

Anonymous said...

Merry Xmass to all

Karen said...

Merry Christams to u all.

Tanya said...

God bless, Merry Xmas and Happy new year.

The Native Canadian said...

Thank you all, not one opposing Merry Xmas...

Anonymous said...

In Dec 2016. I emailed Tim Hortons to ask why they put Warm Wishes on their cardboard cups. The response was they did not want to offend anyone. Well, in my email to them, I said I was offended. They are defacing Christmas and are engaged in attacking Canadian customs and traditions. Warm Wishes is some kind of baby shower term.

20 years ago, Merry Xmas was the term to use and no one in Canada complained. It was a long standing tradition that dates back to our ancestors that came from Europe.

So what has changed? We need to look very closely at the individuals who are causing this trouble and inform them that they are either with us or against us.
Anyone in that second group should be thrown out of the country.

I find Christmas is fast loosing its appeal and in a few more decades it will have lost its true meaning. There should be a Canadian law that states you either wish your fellow men and womem a Merry Christmas or keep you mouth shut, as we don't need shit disturbers in our country.

BlackWolf said...

Thank you for the comment