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November 27, 2023
Canadian Government: Celebrating Christmas And Easter Amounts To “Systemic Religious Discrimination”
It is not a new phenomenon when a political group tries to subvert culture in an attempt to gain power. In one example, the war on Christmas has been going on for several hundred years.
In the days of the Soviet Union, Christmas was not celebrated. In fact, following the revolution in 1917, Christmas was banned as a holiday and Christmas Trees were banned until 1935 and became New Year Trees.
But Christmas hatred is not unique to the soviet union. Disgust for the holiday is quite common among oppressive regimes.
French rulers prohibited Christmas religious services and the government replaced the country’s holiday treat, the three kings cake and renamed it the “equality cake.”
In Nazi Germany, Christianity was named an enemy.
In order for progressives to take power, they must replace everything with a state-centered belief system. On the most superficial end, Christmas fuels the capitalist system that communists loathe so much. And on the other end, it reflects a form of faith that is seen as a direct threat to the regime.
That said, this is why it is no surprise that some Canadian officials hate Christmas so much.
The holiday season is upon us, which means there are only several more weeks until Christmas. To many, this is the most wonderful time of the year. But to secular progressives, they couldn't be more grumpy and miserable.
The Canadian Human Rights Commission recently published a paper suggesting that statutory holidays like Christmas and Easter are evidence of "religious intolerance."
The paper from "human rights watchdog" said that Canada must eradicate religious intolerance because those are the only holidays linked to religious holy days, according to The Christian Post.
According to the “Discussion Paper on Religious Intolerance” that was published on Oct. 23, “discrimination against religious minorities in Canada is grounded in the history of colonialism,” and the “obvious example” is in statutory holidays “related to Christianity.”
The paper further alleges that Canadian social preferences are “constructed in a way that places value on certain traits or identities to the exclusion of others — for example, white, male, Christian, English-speaking, thin/fit, not having a disability, heterosexual, gender conforming.”
The literal point of holidays is that it is exclusive to a specific group of people. But I guess we cannot let facts get in the way of “equity.”
“Everyday manifestations of religious tolerance,” including “microaggressions” include “scheduling team meetings on Jewish or Muslim holy days,” according to the outlet.
In order to combat this so-called intolerance, the paper recommends Canadians familiarize themselves with “diverse religious days or cultural days of significance."
It is probably safe to assume they don’t expect religious minorities to familiarize themselves with a holiday that the vast majority of Westerners celebrate.
A 2019 survey found that over 9 in 10 Canadians celebrate Christmas. Why does it always seem that the vast majority of people are forced to give up something in an effort to make the fringe minority happy?
Religion is often seen as a threat to many oppressive regimes. This is one reason why communists hate it so much. And on top of that, Christmas tends to bring people together, and the left can’t have that since they are fueled by chaos.