The Gist of Christmas Lost – Even Pakistan and Communist China Allow Christmas Greetings
In the dangerous Peshawar region in Pakistan local shops wish patrons Merry Christmas.
An image of Santa Claus is displayed on the glass door of a gift shop to attract customers ahead of Christmas in Peshawar December 12, 2013. (REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz)
All over the city of Shenzhen in Communist China there are “Merry Christmas” signs.
This was seen in a Shenzhen mall.
This year The Las Vegas Review Journal in their Christmas editorial mourns for our loss of liberty.
The Las Vegas Review Journal reported:
EDITORIAL: The gist of Christmas lost
’Twas the season of Christmas, and all through the land
Were signs and symbols some folks couldn’t stand.
The evergreen conifer many decorate with glee,
But don’t you dare call it a Christmas tree.
Heaven forbid a Nativity in the town square
For fear the grievance mongers soon would be there.
Meanwhile the choirs at many a public school
Are told no religious carols — those just aren’t that cool.
Don’t say “Christmas Concert,” for that’s full of shame.
“Winter Festival” — now that’s the new name!
Read the rest here.