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December 21, 2016

One Image Will Trigger All 'Intolerant' Snowflakes As Their War On God, Christmas And Reality Rages On


By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

The perpetually outraged snowflakes in America are suffering a double whammy this Christmas season, with liberal heads still exploding over the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States and to add insult to injury people are daring to wish them a Merry Christmas.


While we have previously reported how colleges across the country are banning Christmas decorations, all in the name of 'inclusion,' despite the fact that they are attempting to "exclude" tolerance toward Christians that celebrate the birth of Christ on Christmas, we now see that  Centerville Elementary School in Pennsylvania has cancelled their fifth-grade annual play of the Charles Dickens classic  "A Christmas Carol" because the school received complaints about the line "God bless us, everyone."

In another report we see the Principal of the school, Tom Kramer, followed up after becoming aware that parents were upset about the play being cancelled, where he states  the following:

Over the years, preparations had evolved to take 15 to 20 hours of instructional (educational) time to produce this play. Given changes in state standards in recent years, we could not defend the commitment of this kind of instructional time to something not part of the fifth grade curriculum. The teachers agreed that they did not want our students to be put at a disadvantage relative to their peers from other schools in preparation for 6th grade; therefore, the play was cancelled. In addition to focusing on high quality instruction, our decision is rooted in the desire to be respectful of the many cultural and religious backgrounds represented by the students attending Centerville Elementary.

He then went on to claim that the complaints being reported were a "rumor," and that the "instructional time issue was our primary concern."

So rather than being "respectful" of all the religious backgrounds represented by the students, and perhaps adding activities that "include" their respective religious holidays, and perhaps activities for children that do not celebrate any holiday, they choose to be disrespectful of religions that celebrate the birth of Christ by cancelling an event that had been a tradition for 40 years because of a reference to God.

This tells us the whole war on Christmas thing is really an outright war against God.

According to a recently released poll, 66 percent of Democrats think that stores and businesses should greet their costumers with Happy Holidays or Seasons Greetings, rather than Merry Christmas, with 44 percent of Independents and 28 percent of Republicans agreeing. 

Even more disturbing is the sharp decline since 2010,  found in those that celebrate Christmas as a strongly religious holiday, which went down from 51 percent in 2010 to 42 percent in 2015, rising one point in 2016 to 43 percent. 


The break down according to political affiliation is described in the following manner:

Republicans and Democrats currently approach the Christmas holiday in significantly different ways. Among those who celebrate Christmas, Republicans are nearly twice as likely as Democrats to say they have strongly religious celebrations of Christmas (60% vs. 32%, respectively), while Democrats are more than twice as likely as Republicans to say the holiday is not too religious (36% vs. 14%, respectively).

There is a widening partisan rift between Democrats and Republicans in the degree to which they celebrate Christmas as a religious holiday. In 2005, 60% of Republicans and nearly half (46%) of Democrats who were celebrating Christmas said it was a strongly religious holiday.

While Republicans are celebrating Christmas in as a strongly religious holiday at the same percentage as in 2005, there is a 14 percent decline on the part of Democrats that consider Christmas as a strong religious holiday, which tells us that a large part of Democrats.......... are abandoning God.

Campus Reform visited the University of Virginia, created a fake student group called "Students for an Inclusive Holiday Season," and asked students to sign a petition getting rid of school references to Christmas because of the holiday’s "oppressive" and "triggering" nature. They report that "In less than two hours, nearly twenty students opted to sign the fake Christmas-banning petition."


Not only are they abandoning God and declaring war against anything related to God, such as the term "God bless you" when someone sneezes which children are being told not to say but to instead say "excuse you," by their teachers, but they claim they are doing it in the name of inclusion and  "tolerance," yet according to the same poll referenced above, Democrats admit that they are "intolerant" of any ideas or opinions other than their own.

Only 13% of the public say they blocked, unfriended, or stopped following someone on social media because of what they posted about politics. Again, sharp political divisions emerged in the tendency to remove people because of the political opinions they expressed.

Nearly one-quarter (24%) of Democrats say they blocked, unfriended, or stopped following someone on social media after the election because of their political posts on social media. Fewer than one in ten Republicans (9%) and independents (9%) report eliminating people from their social media circle.

Political liberals are also far more likely than conservatives to say they removed someone from their social media circle due to what they shared online (28% vs. 8%, respectively). Eleven percent of moderates say they blocked, unfollowed, or unfriended someone due to what they posted online.

There is also a substantial gender gap. Women are twice as likely as men to report removing people from their online social circle because of the political views they expressed online (18% vs. 9%, respectively). Notably, the gender gap also differs significantly across political affiliation. Three in ten (30%) Democratic women say they removed an individual from their online social network because of a political opinion they expressed, while only 14% of Democratic men reported doing this. Republican men and women are about equally as likely to say they blocked, unfollowed, or unfriended someone on social media because of political posts (10% vs. 8%, respectively).


The snowflakes, and yes there are plenty on the Republican side of the aisle, just not nearly as many as on the liberal progressive side, can't handle having to see or hear anything they don't agree with, just like the little social justice warrior snowflakes on college campuses that need trigger warnings and safe spaces with coloring books, play-doh and puppies to comfort them when something happens that they emotionally can't handle. You know, like... a presidential election!



If public schools and colleges want to claim to be "inclusive" then they should allow decorations for all religious holidays to be displayed rather than banning them all, and the fact that they choose the path of banning anything religious proves that it isn't a war against Christmas, it is a declaration of war against religion and specifically God.

Intolerant liberals need to be dragged right out of their safe space and forced to accept the fact that people have the right to celebrate their holidays, religious or otherwise, just as the snowflakes have the right to not celebrate if that is their choice. They need to understand that in the real world they are going to see, hear and experience things they don't like, and curling up in a fetal position before grabbing their coloring books and crayons in order to avoid reality, isn't going to change that reality.

They need to spit out the binkie, pull up their big girl/boy panties and grow up.

So to all the social justice warrior snowflakes out there, let me help you overcome you aversion to Christmas and to the election of Donald Trump all in one image.


This is the world you live in so learn to deal with it because we took our country back, and now we are taking our Christmas back.


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