Tuesday, December 22, 2009

The Zionist War On Christmas!

It is the Christmas season... It is NOT the "Winter Break", or the "Happy Holidays" season... It is the Christmas season! It is a time for all men and women to gather as families and to share this time with loved ones to celebrate good will towards all men and women and to actually hope for peace on earth!

It is so disgusting when you travel to any shopping mall across Canada and the USA these days, and retailers are actually afraid to say "Merry Christmas". I have asked them why, and many say they have been TOLD to say "Happy Holidays" because saying "Merry Christmas" might be "offensive" to some people. I find this appalling indeed!

So exactly WHO would be offended by the term "Merry Christmas"? I have been asking people of all races and creed. Muslims are not offended. Neither are Buddhists, or Hindus. It seems that the only group that seems to be offended by the term "Merry Christmas" are the radical Zionist Jews. That, I am sorry to say, is fact!

Here is a great video from David Duke, via a friend, Incogman, that clearly spells out this war on Christmas being launched by those people who are offended by Christmas itself
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NTS Notes: The meaning of Christmas is for all people to find peace, love, and some sense of spirituality. All of those things are contrary to the Talmudic beliefs in materialism based on their teachings of their god, Lucifer. It is no wonder that the Zionist Jews find Christmas offensive, and why it is important for us to keep the tradition of Christmas alive.

Our very futures are at stake in this battle for our freedoms. Those that want servitude out of us, the "inferior" people of the planet, want to eliminate the ideas and the true meaning of Christmas out of our lives.

So to everyone: Have a Merry Christmas!

More to come

NTS

2 comments:

Noor al Haqiqa said...

I go out of my way to say Merry Christmas to people. I am wondering if it is not an appropriate time to pull up my "Merry Christmas Off With Your Heads" series to the front for the season!

I brought my kids up with the mess of Happy solstice/kwanza/hanukkah/christmas/festival of light and I have realized it was not to make other people feel included but more to make Christianity lesser.

And interestingly, I do not know if you saw my recent post on Hanukkah but they say Hanukkah was a nothing ritual until it was time to compete with Christmas for various reasons.

You name it... Christians use it to celebrate... you can buy it in blue and white from wreaths to trees to Santa! So what is going on here?

Hugs mon ami, and MERRY CHRISTMAS.

Noor al Haqiqa said...

I forgot to add, the thing about Christmas is, it involves HOPE and emphasizes the values that make a people strong. Family and love.

These are the very traits that the Talmudic Zionists are trying to erase from our society. And they are succeeding very well at this pace so it is at times like this it is important to remember and carry some of this spirit throughout the year.

The emphasis on Santa and on toys and value of gifts, blah blah blah, all the things that make people laugh at Christmas, "too commercialized". Well it was not so when it began. It was not so when I was a kid. It was not so much so when my kids were little.

And who profits by the over commercialization and emphasis on the material instead of the gifts of heart and soul and love? The shop keepers, most of whom are also Talmudic Zionists, who have instructed their employees to "generalize the greeting" for whatever reason they might use.

It is a multi-sided knife. We lose more of our traditions ~ the best values of humanity. We get more "stuff" whether we need it or not.
We end up in debt and more enslaved by the bankers. So... folks, time to get back to values.

I kind of like the idea of a Christmas gift exchange where if you did not MAKE the gift yourself, you still paid no cash for it, or supported a friend or local artisan. But not a penny to the bankers! No credit cards, nothing. Ooops shoot me at dawn!What treasonous thoughts. However, I have made it through 60 Christmases and given well, and NEVER ONCE YET, used a credit card. Honest, it can be done!

Ok.. I go now. I have said enough. and, btw. again.

MERRY CHRISTMAS.