Thursday, 18 February 2016

In The Lighter Vein...By Ben Klassen

Ridicule is frequently employed with more power and success than severity.
Horace Heavenly Humor About Christmas

The Jewish propaganda machine is at this very moment again cranking up its promotional machinery and putting it into high gear in order to incite the goyim to buy! buy! buy! and fill its commercial coffers. Since this Christinsanity is based on a purely fictitious concept, on an event that never happened, and on a date that was picked at random six hundred years after the supposed event, we caution our White Racial Comrades to remain objective. In order to help keep things in perspective, we again publish a little Christian humor.

A few days after Christmas, a Protestant, a Catholic and a Jew were sitting at a bar, recalling how they each had spent Christmas day. The Protestant said, "Well, we started celebrating on Christmas eve. We went to our local church and listened to a short sermon and sang some Christmas hymns. Then on Christmas morning we gathered around the tree and opened presents. Then later, we had a few highballs and about four o'clock in the afternoon, we had our big Christmas dinner."

The Catholic said, "Well, by and large we did the same thing, except we didn't celebrate Christmas eve, but got up early the next morning and we went to Mass. Then, about 1:00 p.m., we opened our presents."

The Jew said, "Well, we have a different approach altogether. On Christmas day we invited all of our relatives and co-religionists to come together at the department store. We opened a case of Slivovitz, then we rubbed our bellies and looked with glee at the empty shelves and full cash registers. Then we kneeled down and gave thanks to our boy, Saul, who invented this clever gimmick and made it all possible in the first place, and then we all joined hands and sang, "What a friend we have in Jesus."
Ben Klassen
Founder Church of The Creator

        Article taken from Racial Loyalty #30 
                            Dec 12AC (1985)   


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