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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Christmas Banned in Berlin-Kreuzberg

Hat tip Islam vs Europe and Atlas Shrugs


"Kreuzberg bans Christmas"

"The local politicians drank too much glueh wine(mulled wine punch)  in August"


You will not hear the refrain of Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht in the Berlin area of Kreuzberg this year, which is heavily Muslim in population. Christmas has been officially banned.

http://islamversuseurope.blogspot.nl/2013/09/berlin-kreuzberg-bans-christmas.html

http://www.mmnews.de/index.php/politik/14645-berlin-verbietet-weihnachten

What's next-beer?




8 comments:

Findalis said...

Next will be alcohol. Then all women will be veiled, Jews forbidden to live there, and the jizya will be imposed.

Germany is reverting to its Nazi past by converting its morals to Islam.

The Jakes said...

"Germany is reverting to its Nazi past by converting its morals to Islam."

This may be the dumbest thing that anybody has ever said.

From what I can tell, ALL religious decorations are banned from the public square. This would include any Islamic, Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, whatever symbols.

Seems to me that the Germans want a secular society. I think that they should get back to their TRUE roots and have decorations of Woden, Donar, and Freyja.

Gary Fouse said...

jakes,


Well, I would certainly miss the KristKindl markt in Nuremberg, but ti seems strange that a country would deny its main religious heritage so as not to offend newcomers. As long as they don't ban beer. I will be there next week.

Anonymous said...

Findalis, Germany was more Christian during the Nazi era than it is now as a free and democratic nation.

Gary the article states that Christmas decorations were banned by liberal politicians and not by the Muslims.

Gary Fouse said...

I never said otherwise.

Findalis said...

Germany was more Christian during the Nazi era than it is now as a free and democratic nation.

And it shows exactly what being a Christian means in Europe.

Now as a free and democratic nation Jews are once again being attacked.

Nothing changes.

Gary Fouse said...

Moral of the story is that Christians and Jews better start standing together.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

But Gary, last year it was Jews and Muslims who had to stand together against a proposal to ban male circumcision, partly on the ground that parents shouldn't make such a life-changing decision for their children, and partly on the grounds that if its wrong for females then its sex discrimination not to ban it for males.

(Never mind that what a male loses is a useless appendage and what a female loses is internal tissue. I say, its hard enough to get a growing boy to clean behind his ears. He doesn't need one more place to peel back and wash.)