Wednesday, October 31, 2007

British Think Tank: "Downgrade Christmas
to Give Other Religions Equal Footing

Imagine if you would what the response might be from devout Muslims if it was suggested that they tone down with all that Ramadan stuff simply as a measure of good will to improve relations.

I do not see anyone even daring to make the suggestion public as the response would lead to an immediate condemnation from Muslim organizations at the very least. The utterer would be denounced as "ignorant" and possibly "islamophobic" and in many parts of Europe such comments could lead to legal charges.

So, what do you make of this situation? From the Daily Mail:

Christmas should be downgraded in favour of festivals from other religions to improve race relations, says an explosive report.

Labour's favourite think-tank says that because it would be hard to 'expunge' Christmas from the national calendar, 'even-handedness' means public organisations must start giving other religions equal footing.
Oh, it might be hard to expunge it immediately, but given a few decades of self-loathing appeasement and Christmas could easily become a thing of the past.

Islam does not allow Christianity to exist on an equal footing in Muslim lands for an obvious reason--Islam does not exist to coexist. Islam exists to dominate. Many in the UK, it seems, want to give up without a fight.

h/t to Dhimmi Watch

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