Sunday, December 15, 2013

Is Santa Claus a Christian Symbol or a Secular Symbol?

Megyn Kelly gives the go ahead to a white Santa and whatever it is he does with kids at this “Holiday” Time of year.

It is Retail Greed Season. That is somehow tied to the mythical Jesus’ birthday and birthday gifts and well I just don’t understand why Fox News wants to keep Chri$T in Chi$tmas and keep it as a for “whites only” to understand and enjoy the holiday thing. Big Mixed Message there.

The original Saint Nicolas gave a dowry of a gold coin for about a half a dozen ugly maidens/virgins in fourth century Turkey. They always say Asia Minor, like the Turkish conquest of Constantinople never happened in 1453 C. E. etc.

Anyway, Saint Nicolas is a bishop, he has cash to waste on charity and stuff and maybe a half dozen unmarried women in the local village will destabilize the region etc.

Give each girl/woman a gold coin as dowry and the local shepherd or goatherd sees another two dozen animals added to his flock. A fair trade. An ugly wife for two dozen goats?

Anyway. Fox News wants to define marriage but does not want anybody to get minimum wage and that destabilizes communities more so than any marriage arrangements. Whatever.

Santa Claus as Cola Cola Marketing Iconography sells coke. Santa sells Christmas. Santa sells greed. Santa sells the Chri$tmas season.

Santa however does not have a pastoral cross around his neck as he asks children to sit on his lap and ask for goodies from a white sugar daddy/bishop symbol type.

So when Fox News Wants to Put Chri$t back in the secular season, do they want Santa or is he just collateral propaganda on the whole convoluted season of artificial gift giving bought on credit and plastic?


Megyn Kelly Defends White 4th Century Bishop Symbols & Their Continued Unfettered Access to Defenseless Little Children – Santa a perfect storm symbol for Pedophilia Megyn?

So long as he is white, Santa is safe around all kids. Yeah right Megyn.

“Humor is a part of what we try to bring to this show but sometimes that is lost on the humorless,” Kelly said, attempting to turn the tables on her critics, who have accused Kelly of being everything from insensitive to an outright racist. 
 Kelly then played an extensive clip showing critics and comic tearing apart her comments, including reactions from CNN’s Don Lemon, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes and late night host Jimmy Kimmel. 
 “This would be funny if it were not so telling about our society,” Kelly continued, accusing her critics of possessing a “kneejerk reaction to race bait.” “This wasn’t motivated by any racial fear.”