Christmas Is Inclusive And SJWs Need To Realise It


Hello and welcome to my Christmas
special hi everyone I hope you’re all well so Christmas is just around the
corner and I could not be more excited it is my absolute favorite time of the
year just everything about it I love and of course I wanted to share it all with
you guys in the form of the Christmas video however for this video I actually
had a little bit of trouble deciding on an angle I mean my usual stick is
free-speech political correctness and of course fourth wave feminism mixed with a
bit of flagrant sass dry humor and the correct toasts of naki but this is a
Christmas video and Christmas is not a time for sass or knock eNOS that’s one
of the reasons I like Christmas so much it is a relief from the frenetic
confines of ideological debate and discussion in favor of togetherness
family and love in my line of work fiery political discussion is part of
the deal defending yourself while attacking your opponent with everything
that you’ve got is exhausting and regardless of how well-prepared you are
terrifying often you’ll say do and you know tweet things you never thought
you’d engage with but out of pure necessity in order to keep your head
above water it is hard not to compromise your core values and principles for the
sake of proving a point particularly when you know that you’re correct and
your opponent is unwilling to reason if you’re not the right breed of sociopath
which most people aren’t it can be very very frustrating but I don’t want to
project that messiness onto an occasion such as this so instead as this is a
Christmas video I want to talk to you about Christmas the occasion the message
and why the spirit of Christmas continues to endure regardless of
attempts by extremists to secularize and dilute it now as we know Christmas is at
its core a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ it is one of the most
important dates on the Christian calendar and has been symbolic of the
love that Christ has for all mankind for two millennia it is a traditional
occasion is a conservative occasion and it’s
instrumental in enabling the nuclear family which has been the bedrock of
Western civilization for centuries it is a time when family ideally puts aside
their differences in petty squabbles and unites for a day of love joy and
generosity unlike other religious festivals
Christmas is not exclusive to Christians anybody can celebrate it for its message
if not its religious underpinning it comes with no strict guidelines as to
how it should be celebrated it is totally up to the individual to decide
the time of day whether or not to go to church when to give and receive presents
whether to include Christmas ham or Christmas turkey or Christmas prawns as
we do in Australia how many types of pudding you have and so on Christmas
doesn’t insist on anything or threaten any sanctions if a ritual is neglected
only that you love your neighbor honor your family and celebrate selflessness
that’s all you really need to do to fully invest in the occasion and if you
are particularly religious to adhere to the guidelines for living a good and
virtuous life as revealed by Jesus to his followers Christmas is also a time
for great acts of charity and relief of trauma whether it’s on a large scale
hosting a gala fundraising ball or caroling for your charity of choice
giving your time to the elderly organising a Christmas food drive or
simply volunteering at your local soup kitchen Christmas is an occasion to
support the downtrodden heal the sick and protect the meek very Judy George Mary didn’t she talk to
people you are in trouble in it they sound everybody didn’t ask any
questions again these activities are not exclusive
to Christians even the most adamant atheist can put aside the religious
elements they oppose and live out the Christmas message in this way over the
years decades and centuries of Western civilization this Christmas spirit and
indeed the true unadulterated spirit of Christianity has been allowed to
infiltrate our societies the Ten Commandments didn’t end with Moses on
the mountain so to speak they permeate our society in a number of subtle ways
thou shalt not steal thou shalt not kill thou shalt not bear false witness and
thou shalt not covet achieve contributors to the foundation of our
legal system commandment number four which is remember the Sabbath and to
keep it holy is why workers receive penalty rates on Sundays commandment 5
which is honor your father and your mother is the catalyst for the Aged
pension and Sini’s discounts it was Jesus acceptance and love of Mary
Magdalene the veneration of his mother Mary and insistence on equality for all
that planted the seed for the emancipation of women which is one of
the crowning glories of the Western world and it is the Christian message of
love compassion and care for others that motivates people to give to the needy
it’s no wonder that’s such a large chunk of charities a Christian based so why
then if Christmas and indeed the better more wholesome elements of Christianity
have had such a positive impact on Western culture a people seeking to
eradicate it over the last few years seeming to begin Circle 2015 there has
occurred what some have referred to as a war on Christmas it is an insidious push
that comes almost exclusively from the regressive left designed to undermine
and eventually extinguish the ideology upon which our Western liberal
capitalist democracies are based under the guise of tolerance and inclusivity
Christmas tradition being steadily stripped away from
mainstream culture starting with the young in Australia for example in 2015
the Victorian state government issued restrictions on how teachers parents and
volunteers talk about religion in public schools and have banned performances of
what they termed praise music from class time although no religion is
specifically mentioned under the band praise music refers to any song
referring to God or a particular deity so it doesn’t take a genius to work out
that this is a push to ban Christmas carols I mean what are the praise songs
have ever been sung on mass in Australian public schools even more
insidiously heavily commercialized contemporary carols such as Rudolph the
red-nosed reindeer and jingle bells are still allowed as they don’t mention
anything particularly religious however any Carol referencing the true Christian
message of Christmas that is the birth of Jesus Christ was no longer allowed to
be performed by third parties during the school day so what that means is that if
say you’re part of a group of parents who want to volunteer to teach the
children Carol’s a Christian charitable organisation who wants to inspire kids
to give to charity or a highly trained beautifully organized choir ready to
spread the Christmas cheer at school assemblies forget it the majesty and
timeless grandeur of oh holy night god rest ye merry gentlemen and angels we
have heard on high songs with hat which have united not just Christians but
humanity everyone for centuries are now censored for fear of being seen to
proselytize a particular faith in otherwise secular schools who are you
turns out buddy as2 oddbody as2 what was that as2 angel second class cross the
pond to America land of the free and home of the deplorable –zz you
encounter a similar situation again in 2015 I mean there was something about
that year newly appointed principal of PS 169 in Brooklyn Eugene Jayla Kim
banned not just Christmas but Thanksgiving and the Pledge of
Allegiance the word Christmas was made off-limits along with
anta angels even the Christmas star assistant principal Jose Shapiro
suggested a harvest festival instead of Thanksgiving and a winter celebration
instead of a Christmas party similarly in Oregon an entire school
district banned religious themed Christmas decorations in classrooms and
there has been increasing social pressure on other schools to do the same
or similar this war on Christmas goes well beyond the education system of
course to universities businesses and all the way to the White House President
Obama contemplated not displaying the White House nativity scene in 2009 but
fortunately was deterred by his advisers perhaps the fact that Obama wanted to
mark his first Christmas after moving into the White House by kicking out the
baby Jesus was a warning of things to come dear tiny infant Jesus hey you know
sweetie Jesus did grow up you don’t always have
to call him baby it’s a bit odd and off-putting to pray
to a baby look I like the Christmas Jesus best and I’m saying grace when you
say grace you can say to grown-up Jesus or teenage Jesus or bearded Jesus or
whoever you want nevertheless he did his darndest to dilute the Christian nature
of certain festivals by sparingly using the word God in his Thanksgiving
addresses signing the first family’s yearly Christmas cards with happy
holidays or season’s greetings and avoiding the phrase Merry Christmas as
much as possible in any Yuletide public address as if mentioning those two awful
words would instigate a tidal wave of offense taking from allegedly fragile
little religious minorities who don’t celebrate Christmas he was however
partially correct there would have been a storm of offense taking but it would
not have come from religious minorities it would have come from secular white
progressives who decided to take offense on their behalf
as if somehow religious minorities are so vulnerable so prone to mental injury
that they must rely on the largely Caucasian left to protect them from harm
because that’s not condescending or vaguely racist at all oh by the way I
was being sarcastic well duh the main purpose of this regressive leftist
usurping of Christmas is to promote a sort of militant tolerance based on what
they assume every single person who doesn’t celebrate Christmas
thinks at once so certain are they that religious and racial minorities will be
offended at the mere mention of the c-word that they attempt to rewrite
history in order to apparently appease them the left insists the reason for
their attempt to steal Christmas is to embody this abstract concept of
inclusivity but they’ve missed the point Christmas is by its very nature
inclusive nobody is excluded from its festivities because again if we’re to go
by Christian teachings nobody is excluded from the love of Christ in
Matthew 1250 Jesus says for whoever does the will of my father in heaven is my
brother and sister and mother according to Christian tradition the will of the
Father is for us to love one another so if you
are open to giving and receiving love in whatever form it takes you have already
embodied the spirit of Christmas you don’t need to be a born and baptized
Christian to do that now before you start making any assumptions here look I
may have been to Catholic school for seven years but I am by no means a good
Christian girl in practice I am however open to giving and receiving love and to
me Christmas is the easiest time of the year to do it so no matter what the
progressive left as Christmas haters do whatever insidious silly PC whack job of
an agenda they push to destroy it the spirit of Christmas will India and
always endure because it is universal and therefore eternal and as this is as
I’ve said before a Christmas video I would like you to spend the rest of your
day and the rest of the holiday season in the true spirit of Christmas giving
and receiving love Merry Christmas everyone and much love to you all if you liked that video please remember
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Maurice Vega

100 Responses

  1. Eff the alphabet people in the a. Nevermind- they'd prolly LOVE it. If sum1 is so back-assward they get in a tizzy over 'merry christmas', consider me yer "secret santa"- you have my permission to deport them to where ever u see fit. Yer welcome.

  2. SJWs hate Christmas because they are nothing without their hatred… They have to hate everything or think they will cease to exist…

  3. Merry Christmas!

    This innocent two-word phrase has become controversial. Some people are offended by the phrase as they see it imposing my religion upon them, similar to the Ten Commandments, a manger scene, or a cross display on public/government property. So there's been this push to publicly ban these displays and correct our speech.

    Then there's the backlash–people who are upset that others want to keep us from saying what we've been saying ever since childhood. It becomes an expression of defiance.

    This saddens me. In the social conflict of political correctness over "Merry Christmas", the blessing is lost, and we become mired in the stress that seems to invade this time of year once so magical to me as a child.

    So, now, when I say "Merry Christmas", I mean a blessing from my heart to yours. Receive it as you see fit. I have no motive to push my religion upon you. I will not stop saying "Merry Christmas", neither I will use this beautiful seasonal blessing as a war-cry. It is simply what it is.

    Merry Christmas to all! Love and Blessings!

  4. I have a spiritual leaning but not an overly religious one as such. If we take away the commercial madness of Xmas, to me it's a beautiful time of year to share the gift of life, love and good will with family, friends and my fellow man. It's a reminder to us all and that's worth celebrating. Many Xmas to you Daisy.

  5. Growing up I use to live in a shelter and around Christmas was when others volunteered and gave the most. Therefore, I'd be the last to knock the holiday, but there isn't a War on Christmas specifically. Even though I never actively celebrated it, for the 20 years of my life I have had it shoved in my face through ads, education, media, work events, religion, social media, and now politics. In spite of that, I'm still grateful to both the religious and or the secular commercialized indulgence of those who celebrate it and to it in general.

    No one is trying to eradicate it but the religious part had no business in public institutions like public schools. Unless you potentially want the kids to be indoctrinated into or celebrate/observe all religious and cultural holidays than I implore you to speak less. Will the Christian Christmas assembly be mandatory as well as the Islamic one? That is what this type of placation will lead to. It is too much for a lot of school systems budget and frankly will take up the attention of other subjects anyway. It is just easy to do one assembly and call it a Holiday assembly.

    If you want your offspring to learn about the religious Christian message of Christmas then go to church, use a private school, or teach it to them yourself as you seem smart. You can teach kids about Christmas on this very YouTube channel. See how your issue isn't an issue?

    As someone currently going to school for a licensing to teach I guarantee you don't want me or "sjws," who can be teachers as well, talking/teaching about Christianity to children. Hell, In some cases people do not like teachers talking and teaching actual history to children. Educators do enough for the modest wage being paid to them and already feel underpaid where I live. Speaking of where I live, it usually Christian and other conservatives voters whose vote keeps wages low and helps defund education to where school can't have more extracurriculars and better resources. Christmas is good and all but it isn't the backbone of western society as western society has changed norms and practices throughout its existence.

    In regards to business, no private business should have to placate to employees in giving them a Christmas party or a Holiday party. That is a luxury. In the country where I live There is no state or federal law requiring private employers to pay employees extra for working on any holiday, nor is there any law requiring employers to give employees time. On a government contract, you get that but not for private businesses. A government employee will likely able to get those amenities as it public and they take time off usually anyway. There many benefits to working in the public sector and vice versa.

    P.S.

    The will of God doesn't concern love alone. You shot yourself in the foot on that. It has to do a lot with the 10 Commandments, accepting Christ, adhering to the word of God, spreading those teachings and repentance. That isn't inclusive to a lot of peoples' personal beliefs. Many would call you a false prophet now for your disingenuousness and brazenness to lie when it is expedient for your argument. People like you like to pick out the parts you like while ignore and excusing the things and implications that don't align to a narative.

  6. Growing up I use to live in a shelter and around Christmas was when others volunteered and gave the most. Therefore, I'd be the last to knock the holiday, but there isn't a War on Christmas specifically. Even though I never actively celebrated it, for the 20 years of my life I have had it shoved in my face through ads, education, media, work events, religion, social media, and now politics. In spite of that, I'm still grateful to both the religious and or the secular commercialized indulgence of those who celebrate it and to it in general.

    No one is trying to eradicate it but the religious part had no business in public institutions like public schools. Unless you potentially want the kids to be indoctrinated into or celebrate/observe all religious and cultural holidays than I implore you to speak less. Will the Christian Christmas assembly be mandatory as well as the Islamic one? That is what this type of placation will lead to. It is too much for a lot of school systems budget and frankly will take up the attention of other subjects anyway. It is just easy to do one assembly and call it a Holiday assembly.

    If you want your offspring to learn about the religious Christian message of Christmas then go to church, use a private school, or teach it to them yourself as you seem smart. You can teach kids about Christmas on this very YouTube channel. See how your issue isn't an issue?

    As someone currently going to school for a licensing to teach I guarantee you don't want me or "sjws," who can be teachers as well, talking/teaching about Christianity to children. Hell, In some cases people do not like teachers talking and teaching actual history to children. Educators do enough for the modest wage being paid to them and already feel underpaid where I live. Speaking of where I live, it usually Christian and other conservatives voters whose vote keeps wages low and helps defund education to where school can't have more extracurriculars and better resources. Christmas is good and all but it isn't the backbone of western society as western society has changed norms and practices throughout its existence.

    In regards to business, no private business should have to placate to employees in giving them a Christmas party or a Holiday party. That is a luxury. In the country where I live There is no state or federal law requiring private employers to pay employees extra for working on any holiday, nor is there any law requiring employers to give employees time. On a government contract, you get that but not for private businesses. A government employee will likely able to get those amenities as it public and they take time off usually anyway. There many benefits to working in the public sector and vice versa.

    P.S.

    The will of God doesn't concern love alone. You shot yourself in the foot on that. It has to do a lot with the 10 Commandments, accepting Christ, adhering to the word of God, spreading those teachings and repentance. That isn't inclusive to a lot of peoples' personal beliefs. Many would call you a false prophet now for your disingenuousness and brazenness to lie when it is expedient for your argument. People like you like to pick out the parts you like while ignore and excusing the things and implications that don't align to a narative.

  7. Growing up I use to live in a shelter and around Christmas was when others volunteered and gave the most. Therefore, I'd be the last to knock the holiday, but there isn't a War on Christmas specifically. Even though I never actively celebrated it, for the 20 years of my life I have had it shoved in my face through ads, education, media, work events, religion, social media, and now politics. In spite of that, I'm still grateful to both the religious and or the secular commercialized indulgence of those who celebrate it and to it in general.

    No one is trying to eradicate it but the religious part had no business in public institutions like public schools. Unless you potentially want the kids to be indoctrinated into or celebrate/observe all religious and cultural holidays than I implore you to speak less. Will the Christian Christmas assembly be mandatory as well as the Islamic one? That is what this type of placation will lead to. It is too much for a lot of school systems budget and frankly will take up the attention of other subjects anyway. It is just easy to do one assembly and call it a Holiday assembly.

    If you want your offspring to learn about the religious Christian message of Christmas then go to church, use a private school, or teach it to them yourself as you seem smart. You can teach kids about Christmas on this very YouTube channel. See how your issue isn't an issue?

    As someone currently going to school for a licensing to teach I guarantee you don't want me or "sjws," who can be teachers as well, talking/teaching about Christianity to children. Hell, In some cases people do not like teachers talking and teaching actual history to children. Educators do enough for the modest wage being paid to them and already feel underpaid where I live. Speaking of where I live, it usually Christian and other conservatives voters whose vote keeps wages low and helps defund education to where school can't have more extracurriculars and better resources. Christmas is good and all but it isn't the backbone of western society as western society has changed norms and practices throughout its existence.

    In regards to business, no private business should have to placate to employees in giving them a Christmas party or a Holiday party. That is a luxury. In the country where I live There is no state or federal law requiring private employers to pay employees extra for working on any holiday, nor is there any law requiring employers to give employees time. On a government contract, you get that but not for private businesses. A government employee will likely able to get those amenities as it public and they take time off usually anyway. There many benefits to working in the public sector and vice versa.

    P.S.

    The will of God doesn't concern love alone. You shot yourself in the foot on that. It has to do a lot with the 10 Commandments, accepting Christ, adhering to the word of God, spreading those teachings and repentance. That isn't inclusive to a lot of peoples' personal beliefs. Many would call you a false prophet now for your disingenuousness and brazenness to lie when it is expedient for your argument. People like you like to pick out the parts you like while ignore and excusing the things and implications that don't align to a narative.

  8. The truth is SJW care NOTHING for "inclusivity" They use Christmas as an opportunity to attack Christianity, the family, European culture and Traditions. They may not realize why they instinctively hate Christians But as a Christian I sure as hell do. They are serving their TRUE master and I don't mean Marx.

  9. I celebrate Yule as the pagan holiday it is. I think it's nice the Christians accepted is a tradition instead of trying to ban it as it did for so many years. I think it's laughable that Christians think it has anything to do with Jesus when modern Christmas only has been celebrated for 150-200 years.

    Christmas was always about celebrating the winter solstice by drinking and eating. The Christmas we are celebrating is European in it's origin, but a collection of customs from all around Europe's pagan religions. The mistletoe is from the Celts, santa is Scandinavian (Gnomes) and the Christmas tree is German.

    In 1958, Christmas was finally decriminalised in Scotland. Much later than in United States.

    Happy Yuletide to everyone.

  10. Thank you, Daisy, for this wonderful Christmas message.

    “I love the Christmas-tide, and yet, I notice this, each year I live; I always like the gifts I get, but how I love the gifts I give.” – Carolyn Wells

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  11. I'm for the goodwill toward man and peace on earth. But i just wish it would move away from being religion based. Cuz be a kind, selfless and decent human being should be everyone's goal. No matter what religion u hold or if u hold none at all. So don't be confontational if someone says merry xmas or happy holidays (yes ive seen ppl get upset cuz someone said happy holiday instead of xmas). Just accept the well wishes and the seasons greetings.
    Also ppl really need to accept that xmas is paigen in origins.

  12. Good and appropriate message. Merry Christmas to you Daisy and to everyone! I hope you all have a pleasant day, and my thoughts are with the bushfire victims who are really doing it tough (and the firefighters).

  13. I'm an Indian Hindu and had studied in a missionary school.. I'm more of a spiritual person doing my yoga and meditation.. I loved singing Christmas carols at school, making greeting cards, going to church on this day.. i love doing it now as well.. Christmas is one of the favourite times of the year for me.. those sweet memories of watching Christmas movies brings tear in my eyes.. it only adds to my joy and happiness.. Merry Christmas to all <3 🙂

  14. The culture and traditions of the west, springing from our religion, are the bedrock of the modern society. Libs have spent the last half century undermining all that. What a surprise our society is so troubled

  15. SJWs detest things like Christmas is not part of their cultural Marxism playbook. Imagine atteckinh people for a greeting that means PEACE ON EARTH AND GOODWILL TO ALL MEN!

  16. this is so true sick and tired of xmas been commercailised, i know way to many who hate god and voted to kill babies but they yet go around celebrating xmas more than anyone else……pure and utter blasphemy is what their celebrating.

  17. Happy Yule to all! From a Pagan. Enjoy the Holidays everyone, regardless of your religious views or traditions. I’ll be spending mine with my very LDS parents, so Merry Christmas as well.

  18. Oh my goodness, Daisy! This is BRILLIANT! You cover this topic from top to bottom and back again. Love Love Love it! Thank you!!!

  19. pfffffft!
    xmas, what a bunch of shit!
    at least my work paid off.
    scored replacement tech hardware interfaces.
    ps2hdd network card (IDE/PATA), sega saturn rhea optical drive emulator, mnemo's gdi-to-usb for dreamcast.
    ever other console is a softmod, totally restoreable to factory defaults…….

  20. Merry Christmas, Daisy. Much love to you and yours in this joyous season and all the year round. From Ben and family in Canada

  21. christmas is so inclusive they altered it to include the fucking VIKINGS in their parties because they saw them having a YULE of a time in the coldest times of the year and probably thought "damn…they jammming and got the good food…"
    merry christmas to everyone, because literally everyone can enjoy it.

  22. I seem to recall authoritarian Christian Evangelicals attempting to ban and subvert everything that they had a problem with during the last moral panic. The natural response was to fight them out of control but the Left isn't satisfied with that. They themselves are to be the center of the Universe. The arbiter of all things. Bah humbug is what I say to that. Merry Christmas everyone!

  23. I'm Christian but Christmas comes from paganism Jesus Christ was not born on Christmas Day the early church (roman church) was pagan it all goes back to cosintiean this in history check it out

  24. The “War on Christmas” is a myth. People have been saying “happy holidays” and “merry Christmas” interchangeably for nearly a century if not longer. You know the Christmas song “Happy Holidays?” That came out in the 1940s. Nobody gets offended when you say “merry Christmas” either. Not even liberals. I’ve tried it, and nobody cares. I’ve seen far more conservatives get offended over “happy holidays” than liberals get offended by “merry Christmas.”

  25. You did an awesome job on that Christmas happy holidays and keep up the good work yes I'm but sweetheart you do an excellent I'm 65 years I hope you don't mind me saying in this is Gizmo signing off🐈

  26. i am a atheïst, and having a christmas tree in my house. It is a social festival and beautiful to humanity. Every idiot who doesn’t understand this,….is a idiot!

  27. Yet all references to minorities and Happy Christmas is still allowed. Really, leave Christmas alone and let the world come together.

  28. Jesus Christ gets a mention in a video about Christmas – that is a (welcome) surprise. Well, to some of us, anyway. To some people, it is anything but welcome. Which is fair enough.

  29. There is nothing non-inclusive about Christmas. Christmas is inclusive to EVERYONE, not just Christians. Merry Christmas to all, even non Christians. 🎄🎄🎄

  30. So your research sweetheart. Christmas at its core is about Yule and the bale fire. That goes back before Christ. I as a King's man do not go by these holidays. Scholars and theologians have already proven such things in Christ did not exist until Constantine. Founder of the Catholic church in it's most raw form. A combination of pagan and holy

  31. Love the video (just wanted to say so you know I'm not attacking you😂) you kinda sound like you moved from the UK when you were like 7

  32. I'm a pagan and I love christmas. My christian friends are the best people that I've ever know in life. they know that I am a pagan and they still accept me. not to mention how gentle and giving that they are. I watched they raise over $3000.00 for this couple at church after they lost their jobs.

  33. Gotta say – I don't envy those having to dress as Santa in Oz in that December heat. lol Merry Christmas Daisy! And houghts and prayers for you Down Under battling those horrible bushfires!

  34. I also grew up in a community that was like 1/4 Jewish, and I never heard growing up that "Merry Christmas" was offensive. Obviously I would wish them Happy Hanukkah, but it just never was something anyone ever really cared out.

  35. So if I celebrate Christmas ,publicly in a school I am being intolerant of other religions . But I have to let the School celebrate Ramadan ,or I am Intolerant … Do I have this right?

  36. Well said, Morticia… I mean, Daisy! Happy Christmas to you!

    My favourite example of the inclusivity of Christmas is the 1914 Christmas truce, where soldiers from both sides of World War One put aside national and political differences to sing carols and play football together. Stefan Westmann's recollection of the incident (in the 1964 TV series 'The Great War') featured him saying to an enemy soldier 'Brother, let's not fight on Christmas day.'

  37. Daisy , Merry Christmas and the best of the season to you and all your family .I really enjoy your commonsense approach to the world as it is and it is you and your commentary which lets me believe there is hope and that not everyone is some non sensical virtue signalling fool , who seeks the approval of other like minded individuals instead of being able to look at themselves .
    The greatest gifts this year for a lot of people , , , , ,empathy and honest introspection . Anyway again merry christmas .

  38. First and foremost, I wish you a Merry Christmas, Daisy.

    Secondly, however… I was on board with your video for about the first 4 minutes. And theeeeen…. you pulled the whole 'Ten Commandments seeded the Western legal system & culture' and ya lost me. Daisy, you have a good head on your shoulders, but this is one of the most well-known fallacious arguments for the desperate insistent retention of Judeo-Christian values in the West (personally, the very idea of Judeo-Christian is an oxymoron in and of itself). By this comment, I'm sure you peg me as a joyless Leftist SJW, and I assure I am no such thing. Cant stand the lot. I love Christmastime as well as our modern versions of the ancestral holiday spanning back to the celebration of the Winter Solstice/Saturnalia in Rome. Sure, today the West has nailed Jesus to the holiday, but damn near every tradition was a pagan tradition co-opted by Christianity. This will come off as sanctimonious, but come on Daisy, your penchant found grounded research (namely against Feminism) is one of the main reasons I subbed a year ago. I'm not saying ditch your religion; just don't be misleading.

    And if I'm wrong, point it out.

  39. Banning something only increases interest in it. Jesus started with 120 followers. The authorities banned Him and now there are now about 2,400,000,000 followers. Some deny He existed and some distort His teachings for their own benefit, but He never preached HATRED, only love. Simply putting the word Christmas in the title has brought you more ads than you've had all year! Merry Christmas and a safe and very happy new year Miss Daisy!

  40. At this point it's obvious they are just trying to destroy every white, Christian, western thing there is. They are gender or race swapping ever popular well know character, now it's this. The overwhelming majority of our country celebrates Christmas. We're literally letting 1% of the population dictate what the other 99% can do and say. If I was a boss and someone came and complained to me about a coworker saying Merry Xmas, I would FIRE THEM. Not the other person. I mean seriously, does anyone want a whiny, fragile person that does nothing but cause drama actually working for them?

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