Chanukah Doesn’t Cut It

Henry Makow Ph.D. — henrymakow.com (from Dec 2, 2011)

This New Yorker cartoon by Tom Turo suggests an unease with Judaism. Click to enlarge

I complimented the supermarket cashier on the Christmas carols on the P.A. The store is owned by a Lebanese family.

“You’re Muslim, and I’m Jewish, yet supposedly it’s for us that they downplay Christmas and make it a generic ‘holiday.’ I  enjoy Christmas.”

The cashier smiled and agreed that she also enjoyed Christmas.

“Merry Christmas,” I said scooping up my groceries.

“Merry Christmas!” I heard over my shoulder.

Christmas used to be a religious festival. It commemorated Christ’s birth.

Christ preached that God is Love — love your neighbor as yourself. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Those eleven words are all we need to govern our conduct.

Christmas was a time of good will, good cheer and giving. It was a spiritual occasion.

They’re eliminating this out of respect for Jews and Muslims?

That’s just the “excuse.”  Who would object to brotherly love?

I’ll tell you who. The world is run by a satanic cult, the Illuminati. They object.

They have often acknowledged that Christianity is (or was) a major obstacle to Illuminati tyranny and the further enslavement of mankind. This is the real reason Christmas is being eliminated.

“HAPPY HOLIDAYS

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