Cultural Marxists Declare War On Chanukah


War on Godly Matters

Over the years it has become crystal clear to any objective observer that for secular Jews and Christians, liberalism is now their religion. Nowhere, was this phenomenon more on display than at the Democratic National Convention in 2012. At that infamous convention, the speaker mentioned God and the crowd booed in an uproar widely reported across the media. What if the speaker said 'Allah' instead? Perhaps cheering would have occurred? We will never know.

Despite the protests of leftist front groups like the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, the authentic Religious Jewish approach to these matters originally articulated by a well known Rabbi with followers throughout the world that once stated, “We want Presidents who believe in a Creator. We want Presidents who believe in values of morality and decency. That’s the only foundation of our society.” A far cry from the ADL, and other secular Jewish calls for Atheism. The atheist self-loathing and hatred of America’s Biblical values are at the core of the war on Christmas and Chanukah.

The War On Chanukah

Like Christian nativity scenes, Chanukah menorahs are heavily opposed by atheists, even atheist Jews. An Atheist, and a Jew are a contradiction. Like RINO’s, “Republicans In Name Only,” there are also JINO’s, meaning “Jews In Name Only.” These are secular Jews that reject the basic tenets of the Jewish faith and they have embraced liberalism as their new religion. These are the same liberal Jews that voted for Obama, despite his outward support of abortion on demand, and his backing of the Muslim Brotherhood.

In 1995 an organization called the “Bay Area Chapter of Americans United for Separation of Church and State,” sought to block the public display of a Menorah. The lawyer for that organization claimed to be motivated by preventing government from endorsing religion. The same argument was used against nativity scenes and Christmas trees in other court cases that were intent on ridding Christ from Christmas. This argument is absurd because our country is founded on Biblical values that allow religious organizations to celebrate religion in public.

The ACLU According to Lewis at jns.org, “The ACLU argued that having a menorah on public property seemed like the city of Pittsburgh was endorsing the Jewish religion and encouraging people to follow the religion.” In Pittsburgh, “the Supreme Court was clear in this case that a total display with a Christmas tree and a menorah does not do that and shows the diversity of religion in the U.S.” There have been multiple court cases across the United States to keep secular and atheist organizations from taking down the Menorah.

The good news is, we now have a President and newly appointed Supreme Court Judges that embrace religious liberty as opposed to the old guard, that pushed freedom from religion. President Trump has fought for religious liberty since the first day he entered The White House. Despite efforts of secular liberal groups, many public displays of Christmas are abound and Christians can wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Jews can tell one another Happy Chanukah, neither of which is offensive. This year the Godless atheists will not be able to ruin the season for the faithful many. Merry Christmas and Happy Chanukah.

Seth Ian / Senior Contributor
Seth Ian is a conservative populist writer and supporter of President Trump.
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