Jews Show their Hatred for Christmas Yet Again


by Jeff Davis


Here we go again. Every Christmas season the liberals and the Jews try to take Christmas away from us. They pretty much have driven out public Nativity displays from any city with a substantial Jewish population. I’ve noticed a definite lack of Christmas programming this year, except for a couple Bing Crosby movies.
Some of the more obnoxious Jewish-controlled Cable channels will no doubt run documentaries by arrogant British atheists who can barely conceal their contempt for the whole idea of Jesus Christ, or maybe a marathon of horror movies, which seems more than a little inappropriate.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram tells us: “Chase Bank told a Texas businessman to remove the Christmas tree he donated to a local branch because it could offend people. Antonio Morales, owner of Bellagio Day Spa in Southlake northeast of Fort Worth had assembled and decorated a 9-foot-tall tree in the lobby of the Chase Bank branch at 1700 E. Southlake Boulevard as a favor to the branch manager, who is one of his clients. The tree remained in the lobby from the Monday before Thanksgiving until Tuesday.
Morales said his friend called him Wednesday to tell him the tree had to go. She later showed him an e-mail from JPMorgan Chase saying that the tree had to be removed because some people were offended by it. The bank referred questions to corporate offices.”
Why do the liberals hate Christmas? Well, could the word “Christ” possibly have anything to do with it?
A long term goal of the Jewish agenda has always been to separate America from everything to do with its Christian, White Founding Fathers. Jews also despise Christmas because the entire Christian religion is a contradiction to everything that the Jewish people and their way of life stand for, and it reminds them of a time when White Christian people ran the world and kept them away from all the money and power, which the Jewish people wanted to steal for themselves.
The article notes “Greg Hassell, a JPMorgan Chase spokesman, said that the company’s policy isn’t anti-Christmas. “People wish their customers merry Christmas when it’s appropriate,” he said. However, to ensure that everyone who visits Chase branches feels welcome and comfortable, the bank’s policy is to use only decorations supplied by the company.”
No doubt a bunch of bland BS talking about “Happy Holidays” without specifying which holiday.
Well, I tell you what. If this is all about customers feeling “comfortable,” how about all the Christian customers of Chase Bank closing their accounts and transferring their business elsewhere, since the management at Chase seems to only care about the feelings of Jews and Ebeneezer Scrooge.

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