Sunday, 27 December 2009

It IS Actually 'Christmas'

Widely reported over the last few days is the story of the police in London who removed the word 'Christmas' from a poster about 'Christmas' policing levels in case it offended those who 'do not buy into Christmas'!
'Buy into'?
Whether people 'buy into' it or not it is Christmas that we are celebrating. It is Christmas day.
If people don't believe in Jesus or God or Christianity or Santa Claus or Father Christmas or even the Pagan side of things they still (in Britain at least) generally speaking take the day off work. Also people of other faiths do actually (again in Britain at least) celebrate Christmas day as do atheists.
What are the police playing at?
Is it all a part of the slow creeping destruction by stealth from within of particularly Christianity and of traditional Britain?

4 comments:

The Machinist's Wife said...

Oh, doesn't it make you sick, just the thought of them doing this? We have the Queen's birthday off, here in Oz, but most Aussies don't like / support the Queen. What gives? Such hypocricy...but then again, that's what political correctness is all about...

Krisno said...

Hmmm..i hope people still remember Christmas :)

Martyn Findley said...

The promotion of 'Winterval' makes my blood run cold.

This takes us further down the same road.

James Higham said...

Exactly what the Gobe and Mail did in Canada too.

It's £$%*&^% socialism all the way.