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Sunday, 26 December 2010

Christmas: A Holiday to Love and Preserve in Horwich

Christmas: A Holiday to Love and Preserve

Dear friend and fellow patriot,

Once upon a time, not all that long ago, the word “Christmas” was all around us during the month of December. Everywhere you looked — in shops, town centres, cities, offices and of course in every home — there were Christmas trees, Christmas decorations, Christmas cards, Christmas presents and the great Christmas spirit which characterised our nation.

Always Winter, Never Christmas

In the popular children’s story, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, an evil witch cast an enchantment over Narnia so that it was always winter but never Christmas. Similarly, today, Christmas has become a dirty word and has been replaced by “holiday” or “Winterval.” Unlike in “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”, however, there is no evil witch cancelling Christmas. Instead, evil establishment politicians are now doing this job, and we even find schools cancelling Christmas Nativity plays for fear of offending non-Christians.

The War on Christmas has Begun

Christmas is under threat, in just the same way as our nation, our beliefs and our traditions are under threat. As we come under these increasing attacks, we must make the extra effort to preserve our heritage and our way of life. After all, if we do not, who will?

Pope Benedict XVI highlighted the politically correct madness of it all during his recent visit to Britain when he said:

"There are those who argue that the public celebration of festivals such as Christmas should be discouraged, in the questionable belief that it might somehow offend those of other religions or none."

I am ready for the fight… ARE YOU WITH ME?

The time to make our stand has come. It is time we challenged the enemies of our country and our traditions head on. I need your help to do this!

So let’s fight back against the war on Christmas. A gift of £20, £50, £100 or even £500 will help our campaign against the Islamification of Britain and for the preservation of our culture and beliefs.

Merry Christmas.

Nick Griffin MEP

Chairman, British National Party

P.S. The best Christmas present that we can give the British people is a strong, united British National Party fighting for their interests. I need your most generous support today.
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