posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 10:58 AM
Here's an important lesson to all the youngsters out there, courtesy of Fox News: Both Jesus AND Santa Claus were white.
During her show last night, Fox News' Megyn Kelly addressed a Slate article that argued that Santa Claus should no longer be portrayed as a white
man. Maybe he should be a penguin instead, argued Aisha Harris, the Slate writer. Kelly's reaction? Nope.
"By the way, for all you kids watching at home, Santa just is white but this person is just arguing that maybe we should also have a black Santa,"
Kelly said, before briefly pausing to acknowledge that she can sort of kind of understand how that might be painful for a black child. But only kind
of sort of. "Just because it makes you feel uncomfortable doesn't mean it has to change," she added.
But she didn't stop there. She went on to address Jesus' race. You know, the Semitic fellow allegedly born in the Middle East 2000 years ago.
"Jesus was a white man, too," Kelly said. "He was a historical figure. That's a verifiable fact — as is Santa. I just want the kids watching to
know that. My point is, how do you just revise it in the middle of the legacy of the story and change Santa from white to black?"
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Great, another bs race war with holidays, children, and religion thrown in the mixture.
I wanted to rant about how Jesus was from Israel, therefore NOT white, and Santa is a fictional character modeled after an old Catholic bishop and the
fictional Pagan God of the winter solstice called the Holly King, but after realizing what this ignorant news broadcast was, I simmered down a bit.
Because, with religion, race, and children all thrown into a controversial issue like this, it can only mean one thing, and you all know what that
Its an emotionally blackmailing distraction, as well as more divide & conquer crap.
I wonder what's going on right now that they don't want us thinking about...