We Didn`t Start The War On Christmas
December 23, 2010, 06:14 PM
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One thing that's annoying is that while Peter Brimelow and VDARE.com can take some credit for resistance to the War On Christmas, we're often accused of starting the  "war on Christmas". In An Open Letter To Christians: Merry Christmas From An Atheist, Ray Garton writes

"With just a little research, [He's been reading Michelle Goldberg and Max Blumenthal] it becomes very clear that the roots of today's "war on Christmas" are deeply imbedded in the soil of racial hatred and religious bigotry. "

To be clear hear, he's not talking about the ACLU and ADL here, nor yet about Muslims, he's talking about us.

"The people responsible for pointing out this �war� and making the most noise about it in the 1990s were white supremacists and anti-Semites."

The War On Christmas wasn't started by us. It's been around for a long time. And even if it were true that only people on the fringe complain, why is that? The roots of the War Against Christmas are actually  "deeply imbedded in the soil " of multiculturalism and mass immigration.The roots of Christmas itself are "deeply imbedded in the soil" of America.