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hi to all, and is santa bein killed off? seems like it.

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posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:18 PM
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well, i have to say, its good to be able to post on my favorite website, ive been following multiple issues and topics for months now on a phone just out of range technologically for me to create an account. now, with the oppurtunity, i took it. so hello to all you intelligent, analytical, likeminded, savvy seekers of the truth and constitution. anyway,, i have to ask, has anyone noticed this stuff on santa? the tv has numerous commercials that kinda aint right.


i think i got it.

youtu.be...


and then this one.

youtu.be...

newsblaze.com...

this just got me because i have noticed an alarming trend. years back it was fun to celebrate christmas right? now its just a huge hassle. our walmart on black friday had people getting stuck with syringes all over the store. they found eight of em around in the food, toy, and clothing isle. and my last point which has been known, not being allowed to say merry christmas at your workplace.

consumerist.com...


any thoughts on all this? am i just making up a conspiracy? i dont think i am, its all there.


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posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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Welcome, no your right it kind of sucks, so many people out, cars everywhere, it just took me 45 mins to get lunch at In and Out, people are rude and in a hurry. Ahhh the Christmas spirit!



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:28 PM
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I have to admit, that commercial actually made me sad... Poor jolly old fellow.

2nd



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:33 PM
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Eh, the only thing good about the holidays is having some extra days off from work.

Everything else is just a hassle.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:38 PM
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It is very likely that Santa has been killed, or in jail, indefinitely.

Think about it, he flies his own sled without a proper licence.
He does bring in stuff from the North pole without going through customs.
He never passes through an TSA checkpoint.
He does not have a proper birth certificate. Maybe he can get away with that nowadays.
He is nice to children he does not know, spooky.

The list goes on and on




posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:44 PM
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Not to mention the millions of break-ins he performs each year. Then there's theft...he's always stealing peoples cookies. I'm also sure he's violated multiple FAA airspace regulations... Then there's the property taxes, do they even have property taxes at the north pole? If so, I'm sure he owes millions. I also bet there will be an investigation about how he treats his workers, I mean slaves, I mean elves. I heard they work for FREE. This guy is in deep man.

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posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:53 PM
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Actualy killing off Santa is good for the greedy, money grubbing corp. Think about it. A kid that believes in Santa is a kid that wrights a letter a his wish list. A kid that doesn't believe in Santa will pest his/her parents for two months for the latest IPod. So, they make anti-Santa commercials, the kids stop believing and voila. Millions more in the bank.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:56 PM
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Santa has been at my home since last December....he just stayed, never left.

He likes my....errr...umm.....cookies. He has no plans on leaving......just so you know.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:56 PM
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not to mention, santa is a stalker, "he sees you when you're sleeping"



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 02:59 PM
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I personally do not care for those commercials. I think its rude to blow Santa off like that, and if you were already doing that, why not get rid of him all together? The younger generation needs hope! It’s a #ty world out there and Best Buy’s Santa commercials are just showing how bad it is! Not everything is a “do better then you” type of event,

Besides Santa is the #



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 03:00 PM
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wow I am so glad you mentioned this, I was thinking the same thing!, I was watching those horrible Mom game on best buy santa commercials and thought..why?

so sad, I wish my kids were able to get in school what we got, 1984 Chicago public school, we all sit on the first floor of a four floor 400 kids school, k-8 and all of us would sing Christmas songs around the tree and santa would come. OH my that would never happen now :-(, so sad.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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Originally posted by XLR8R
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Actualy killing off Santa is good for the greedy, money grubbing corp. Think about it. A kid that believes in Santa is a kid that wrights a letter a his wish list. A kid that doesn't believe in Santa will pest his/her parents for two months for the latest IPod. So, they make anti-Santa commercials, the kids stop believing and voila. Millions more in the bank.



i agree with you. i was thinking about that too. just processing what the whole agenda is with it. "dont ask santa, parents dont have to take the blame when spoiled kid dont get his new 25th generation super ipod with a cappucino machine on the side. put the pressure on the parents. genius and wrong at the same time.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 03:01 PM
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disgusting. Nothing wrong with saying merry xmas. A muslim would say happy (whatever it is they celebrate) back.
Say merry xmas to a jew. Jew would say "happy hannukah"
why is it so hard to be like this? Everyone wishes a happy holiday in their religion without being offended.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 03:04 PM
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The original intention of Christmas has been smothered by commercialism. People don't care about its Pagan origins, or the Christian meanings either, they care about pointless things and material gain.



posted on Dec, 22 2011 @ 03:40 PM
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I was about 4 years old when I found out that Santa wasn't real. The fact that kids are lied to just so that coorporations get rich without the parents ever seeing it that way makes me sick. I told my son when he was about 4 old enough for him to understand that Santa is just a myth! He doesn't believe in it but still wants presents! LOL

I hate Christmas because it's not what it used to be a long long time ago. It was all about spending time with families, enjoying people's company and not so much about gifts. Nowadays, kids are demanding presents, it seems that we are teaching our children that we are better off buying gifts than spending quality time with our loved ones!

Shame on you SANTA! You should've never existed!
Yet another thing we are led to believe to make the rich richer!



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 05:03 AM
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Here's the REAL problem with Santa. Growing up in a house full of kids (9), and very poor, when I still beleived in santa, every year, my self worth took a notch downwards. Remember we were told "be good or santa won't bring you what you want". Well, I never got what I wished for so in my little mind, I equated that with being too bad (not just being too POOR) to get anything from santa. It's a cruel thing---- this santa stuff.

Also, WHY parents, do you want to LIE to your kids? I recall raising my children in christianity and other friends of mine telling their kids about santa etc. My fear, (which is why I did not do it) was if you can't see santa, and he turns out sooner or later not to be real, then maybe Jesus, who you can't see, may turn out not to be real too. I did give presents on christmas to my kids, but they knew they didnt come from a mythical figure but rather from their parents who wanted to give them a few gifts on a holiday.

I no longer follow christianity, but back then, the two just didnt mix for me.



posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 05:04 AM
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Originally posted by detachedindividual
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The original intention of Christmas has been smothered by commercialism. People don't care about its Pagan origins, or the Christian meanings either, they care about pointless things and material gain.



exactly! not to mention the mountains of debt that people go into just to assure that our kids "have a good christmas." Kids should be taught that a "good chrismas" means time with family, friends, feeling loved, etc, NOT how much stuff they get!



posted on Dec, 27 2011 @ 02:27 AM
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maybe santa is kinda pissed at getting just fricking cookies and darn milk - i mean can we not leave a shot of whiskey or something to keep him warm - he's probably lactose intolerant and has diabeties and all we leave him is milk and cookies!

christmas is waay too commercial for me - stopped doing the christmas thing back in 2003 - i wanted my house more than i wanted to buy presents for my adult children -



posted on Dec, 27 2011 @ 02:43 AM
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Welcome to ATS

(have a quick read of the above link)

cheers



posted on Dec, 27 2011 @ 02:52 AM
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Originally posted by XLR8R
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Actualy killing off Santa is good for the greedy, money grubbing corp. Think about it. A kid that believes in Santa is a kid that wrights a letter a his wish list. A kid that doesn't believe in Santa will pest his/her parents for two months for the latest IPod. So, they make anti-Santa commercials, the kids stop believing and voila. Millions more in the bank.


But parents can say "we can't afford an Ipod". Santa takes that excuse away from them. And if they don't want to see their greedy, brainwashed kid cry on Christmas morning, they better pull out their credit cards and overspend.

There's a reason why Santa does not live at the North Pole, but lives in every shopping centre instead.




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