You're gonna love the end of this post, but let's start the story here: Bill O’Reilly the islamophobic embarrassment to his Irish Ancestors, at FAUX news station last December, had a go at a Jewish caller to his “program” as well as tossing an insult to Head Zionist Abe Foxman of the ADL. One sure way to piss off the “FOX” Christian channel is to dare to disparage “Christmas”, that is a serious “no-no” and that is when the love affair with Israel ceases to be. Christmas is a “no go area” as far as Bill is concerned, it’s strictly hands off the Holidays:
link Bill O'Reilly, host of "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News Channel and a national radio program, angered some Jewish lawmakers and organizational leaders on Dec. 3 when he suggested that a Jewish radio caller angry that Christmas is celebrated in public schools should "go to Israel." When the Anti-Defamation League demanded an apology, the host responded by calling its national director, Abraham Foxman, "a nut."So, last year Bill-O called Foxman of the ADL "a nut!" and attacked a Jewish caller?? But this year we can expect no trouble at all, because there is a “Holiday Hasbara Team” in action, more on that in a minute. The rest of the long article(above)is a compilation of Jewish Kids in American public schools whinging and complaining about Christmas like this:
"The school wants to recognize all of the holidays, but if the candygrams are decorated with a little bear or something, the bear is wearing a Santa hat," Roth explained. "The spirit of the whole thing is very Christmas-like." (Evil Candygram Bear!!!)But, not to worry, the ADL to the rescue. They have come up with a “Handy Dandy” little list of what is “Acceptable” and “not acceptable” in “American” Public Schools:
While older Jewish students find ways to combat the December dilemma, the fact that Christmas is king in school is not lost on the younger set. Taylor Gottbetter, a second-grader noted that his classroom calendar "is decorated with the most famous holiday in December -- Christmas."
(Let's get radical) “If anyone's going to make a big deal [if Chanukah is not equally recognized at school], it's me, and the school knows it," said the 17-year-old, who wears a yarmulke to school each day.(sounds like a future member of the IDF)
To assist public schools in dealing with the December holidays without favoring one religion over another, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) provides public schools with materials and information on how to keep public recognition of the December holidays constitutionally permissible.Never mind though, as this year we have the “Holiday Hasbara Team”, and it has now swung into action this year to head off any possible trouble. And in doing so have created what I would call “double trouble” as in “Double Gift Trouble” Santa better get to work! Because the "Chosen Ones" want Christmas Gifts from Christians.....Now, let me preface this by saying I’m not a religious person, but many of my family and friends are. My granny can name every single Catholic Saint in under 10 seconds, which I believe to be an international World record. And to have a Zionist “interpret” what Christmas is to Christians is a wee bit much. That’s like a white guy telling a black guy he “understands what it’s like to be black.” The writer (below) is “telling” American Christians, that Christians don’t “really” celebrate Christmas because of “Jesus Christ” AND he has determined single handedly, that Christmas is not “really” a Christian holiday, therefore to be inclusive to Jews, Christians should buy Jews Christmas presents (a Jewish gift list selection is provided for Christians to use when selecting gifts) Here’s the “Chutzpah” check the last 2 lines, it’s off the “Chutzpah Scale”
Being Jewish on Christmas isn't nearly as bad as you think. Case in point: myself. I was raised in a Jewish home in which we celebrated Christmas morning—tree, mall visits to Santa and all—until I was 9 years old. I didn't even know that it was a religious holiday until sometime in the third grade. And since Jews have such an affinity for Christmas, it's important not to exclude your Jewish friends from your shopping list. Here are some gifts that will make them plotz*:see the list and full article here And I just want to be certain to point out the URL this guy gave to his "article" so I'm pasting it whole here: http://www.nashvillescene.com/2009-11-19/news/holiday-guide-2009-have-a-jew-christmas-what-to-choose-for-the-chosen-people/
Absolute Chutzpah! Notice what it says? "have-a-jew-christmas-what-to-choose-for-the-chosen-people"
Sorta reminds one of the Palestinian situation, Zionists expecting more than everyone else, double the land, and double the holiday gifts. So, does this mean all Christians can now expect presents and gifts from Jewish people when Chanukah rolls around? Nah, we’re not “Chosen and Special”