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“The true meaning of Christmas gets lost when we believe contrary worldviews,” the prisoner writes. “Our beliefs determine our views in a world where absolutes are fading away.” The prisoner is dictating this for his newsletter.
As someone who has written on the War against Christmas for both Chronicles and VDARE.COM since 2001, it should come as no surprise that my perspective is different from Thomas Fleming’s. I welcome anyone, Christian or non-Christian, who is willing to defend this matchless holiday, and look with suspicion on all those who are hostile to Christmas . . .
Once upon a time there was a holy day called Christmas. This was replaced by the Holiday Season, which was one campaign in the War on Christmas and on all things Christian. For several years American conservatives have been waging their own war, the War Against the War on Christmas.
It is impossible to imagine a television network today making a show like A Charlie Brown Christmas. Just think about it: The plot revolves around the production of a Nativity play in a public school, there is no mention of any holiday other than Christmas, it ends with all the Peanuts singing “Hark the Herald Angels Sing,” and its dramatic highpoint is Linus’ recitation of Luke’s account of the angels appearing to the shepherds on that first Christmas Eve.
A Christ-free Christmas, which has been the goal of the American ruling elite since before World War II, has finally, at the dawn of the new millennium, been reached.