wsell if they ban all that why not ban the ethnics festivals then as well
That is pretty much what our point is about. It is getting more and more difficult for some of us in America, England, wherever, to be able to hold our traditions because we might 'upset' the ethnic minorities who come to live in our countries. However, we can't say a thing about their practices, because they have their 'rights'. Seems like the citizens should have the rights we are promised from our governments. These days it is becoming more and more about keeping the illegal alien groups happy than it is about keeping anyone else happy.
I agree Moo, and i said when Target Stores banned the Salvation Army Santa Claus from outside there premises, it was the thin end of the wedge!
Exactly! When a big corporation refuses to help a charity that helps children, something is going quite wrong in the minds of the 'powers that be'. It costs Target nothing at all to allow someone to stand outside to collect the money. On top of that, they'd get far better publicity for allowing someone to stand out there than they would to refuse. In the last several years, I can only remember seeing a few people dressed in Santa suits while collecting for the Salvation Army, standing outside of any establishment. Most wear regular clothes these days, so Target can't really use an excuse of not wanting to be associated with a Santa figure.. never mind the fact their shelves are full of Santa related merchandise.