The War on Christmas is global

Posted by Tim Ireland at December 17, 2004

Category: Rupert 'The Evil One' Murdoch

This entry was posted on
Friday, December 17th, 2004
at
9:27 am and is filed
under Rupert ‘The Evil One’ Murdoch.

The Sun has backed off on their Save Our Christmas campaign. Perhaps Ben was right and the whole thing was meant to occupy minds that otherwise would dwell on the Blunkett affair. Or perhaps they’re simply running out of ammunition. The best they can manage today is vandals who cut down a Christmas tree and some schoolchildren who have been banned from wearing tinsel around their neck. Instead, they’re using a lot of space demonising Kimberly Quinn/Fortier (there’s a large ‘Fatal Attraction’ centre-spread, casting her as a “wicked witch” out to destroy his career) and laying the grounds for Blunkett’s triumphant return.

Then again, this link from Peter suggests that this is a seasonal – and global – event designed to use Christianity’s greatest PR asset to demonise the left:

Metafilter – Annual airing of grievances

Then-then again-again, it could be both. Rebekah Wade isn’t beyond multi-tasking in her role as Willing Servant of Evil.

More: Christmas with the Murdochs








2 Comments

  1. SirSandGoblin says

    My mother works at the school where they banned kids wearing tinsel.It was because they were throwing about a star from the top of a Christmas tree and it hit one kid in the eye.So the school, needing to at least seem like they were doing something responsible, banned all decoration type stuff.Of course, if they hadn’t banned it, it wouldn’t be beyond the Sun to report about how schools no longer care about our kids or something.

  2. Manic says

    No doubt the students who threw the star are part of a massive leftist-ninja conspiracy.

  • NEW! You can now support Bloggerheads by buying handmade firelighters for camping and utility or deluxe firelighters for your home fireplace. Visit fireburngood.com to see my products.

    Fire Burn Good fire lighters

  • External Channels

  • Tim Ireland

  • Page 3 Politics

    Page 3: a short history

  • Main

  • Archives

  • Categories

  • The Cautionary Campfire Songbook

    The Cautionary Campfire Songbook

  • Badges + Buttons

    religion