The Australian Protectionist Party would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Christmas is a time for Christians to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, as well as for everyone to spend quality time with family and friends. It is also a time to reflect on the suffering of persecuted Christians in many parts of the world, including in Western nations.
In the West, Christians are under a lot of pressure from multiculturalists who have waged an anti-Christian cultural war to crush and ridicule the traditional beliefs that underpin Western societies. The world is also witnessing tremendous persecution of Christians at the hands of mad Mullahs and Imans in the Middle East.
In Australia, Christians and our sacred days are also under attack from politically correct liberal-minded politicians, bureaucrats, anti-Australian multiculturalists and left-wing academics intent on destroying our cultural institutions, festivals and beliefs.
The multicultural brigade and their hateful supporters believe that Christmas is offensive and should not be celebrated within public institutions, such as in schools, government buildings, etc. More than ever before, we should be proud to celebrate our nation’s Christian heritage and not cower to the hateful multiculturalists and their divisive requests to destroy our traditional culture.
As the Muslim population grows in Australia, so do the calls to do away with long-standing festivals and symbols that have a Christian basis. Muslim fundamentalists and their Multiculturalist allies in Australia and other Western nations have campaigned to remove crucifixes, crosses and references to Christmas and Easter.
Islamic Friendship Association head Keysar Trad has criticized the legal recognition of Christmas in Australian society; he said that “It does give the impression that we are a solely Christian nation and it raises the issue of other religions too, whether you are Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim”. This is the same Keysar Trad who promotes polygamy and who has called for Muslim holidays to be recognized in Australia.
Multiculturalists, supposedly the advocates of tolerance, are themselves being intolerant in demanding the removal of Christian symbols and festivals, including Christmas. Muslim groups are also involved in campaigns to remove Christmas from its special place in Western societies. Some politicians in Britain have already caved in to demands from multiculturalists and are getting rid of traditional references to Christmas, and one Council foolishly renamed their public end-of-year celebrations as “Winter Light Festival” in a move designed to undermine the traditional place of Christmas in official public events. In Australia, Christmas cards are even being sent out, by at least one local council, that studiously avoid the use of the word “Christmas”.
All across the Western world, government authorities and large companies are purging Christmas from their public displays and festivals; even schools and kindergartens have banned nativity scenes, Christmas plays, and the singing of Christmas carols, all in the name of “inclusiveness” and “tolerance” (two multiculturalist mantras that are continuously and mindlessly repeated without any thought for what they mean in the real world and the resulting consequences). It seems to be the case that non-Western countries have their official institutions supporting and promoting their local cultures, whilst the opposite applies in Western countries, where the bigots and thugs of political correctness are using their “secular religion” of multiculturalism to destroy our culture.
The Australian people should not bow down to the demands of Muslims and Multiculturalists to downplay our Christian heritage. There are countless examples of Muslims collaborating with multiculturalists intent on challenging the traditional role of our society’s Christian heritage and festivals. We can no longer afford to sit idle and tolerate these attacks on our our traditional way of life. It is time to stand up and resist the pressures from the hateful multiculturalists.
Australia was a nation founded by Christians who believed in protecting and preserving our unique nation based on Christian principles, beliefs and people. The Australian Protectionist party is “the peoples party”, dedicated to celebrating our culture and promoting the importance of maintaining our Christian heritage. Christmas is a fitting time for Christians to celebrate our society’s proud Christian heritage and for all others to celebrate the Australian way of life that was created with that heritage.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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