We are a little behind here, the Catholic League issued a press release saying CHRISTMAS CENSORS ALREADY AT WORK
at the beginning of last
Only 21 more censoring days until Christmas! More from the Catholic League here
The blog Tonguetied has a whole category
on Christmas censorship.
Also from Tonguetied:
last month, the Provincetown board of selectmen voted to remove a Max Bohm painting of the Pilgrims signing the Mayflower Compact.
The reason? There were no women in the picture, and the one Indian in the picture didn`t look like he had a vote. The Boston Globe
thought that was too PC.
It`s all part of the same picture: a Cultural Revolution against the American nation.
Remember this? When Peter Brimelow started Vdare.com just befor Christmas, 1999
, he wrote this.
However, you can sometimes see them naively reported in the local press. Thus Long Island’s Southampton Press (Donna Giacontieri, Is Town Seal Offensive? September 24, 1999) has carried a story about a local version of the Virginia Dare phenomenon: the local "Anti-Bias Task Force" called on the town to abolish its seal, which depicts a Pilgrim and the words "First English settlement in the State of New York."The grounds: it "features an offensive representation of one gender, one race and one historical period . . .""One historical period . . ."?Yeah. It’s called America.
Merry Christmas! While it lasts.