Saturday, November 30, 2013

Paul Eisen: Happy Chanukah - What's not to like?

Paul Eisen: Happy Chanukah - What's not to like?
 Paul Eisen: Happy Chanukah - What's not to like?

What's not to like, Paul?
See below.

When I see a menorah I think of the huge menorah on public land near the White House.
No Christian symbols are allowed on public land but a menorah is.
That shows you who is in control around here.*
A Christmas Tree dates back long before the Christian era. It is a symbol
of people finding life in the frozen forest and seeing it as a symbol
of the sun rising again from its Winter Solstice nadir.

The Christmas tree is not a religious symbol, but thanks for letting
us have at least something. (For how long?)

The Menorah is a religious symbol, a commemoration of an alleged miracle,
tied to a commemoration of a bloody victory of Jews over a foe,
as (all?) Jewish holidays are. Happy Purim, y'all!

The Chabad couple seem like nice people, you say.
I thought that organization is a Jewish Supremacist group,
not real friendly to us Gentiles.

That is what's not to like, Paul.

*Voltaire said (I'm paraphrasing): To discover who rules over you,
simply discover who you cannot criticize.

Zan Overall, The Wise Old Man from youtube.

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