Destroying the foundations of our culture, one holiday at a time

Cadbury has Halal certification

You don’t have to be a church-going Christian to acknowledge the deep-rooted Christian foundations of Western society. Everything from our artistic treasures, to such fundamental principles as natural law and the rights and dignity of the individual, even – despite the misinformed sneering of porch atheists – the rise of modern science, sprang in large measure from Christian sources. It’s no accident that, until at least the 20th century, “Christendom” was synonymous with “Western”.

Even our calendar is rooted in Christianity. The modern calendar was introduced by Pope Gregory XIII, and many of its key dates are Christian liturgical dates.

Globalist leftists hate and despise the West, which partly explains their bromance with Islam. The globalist ideology is particularly hostile to the Christian foundations of Western society. So those must be relentlessly undermined.

Broadcaster Steven Crowder recently demonstrated how Google’s Alexa platform is heavily slanted to a “progressive”, globalist agenda. Now Apple have upped the ante.

Apple’s recent update for the iPhone has removed Easter Sunday from some users’ calendars, prompting consumer complaints.

While the previous update displayed both Easter Sunday and April Fool’s Day on April 1, Easter Sunday was removed for some users on their iCal calendars following the latest update.

Easter Sunday is the most important day in the Christian liturgical calendar. Yet, it is being erased even from specifically Easter traditions like Easter eggs. Chocolate maker Cadbury has become the target of consumer ire again for removing the word “Easter” from most of its range of Easter eggs.

Seemingly rubbing the point home, Apple have

“… an option to add Alternate Calendars, including Chinese, Hebrew and Islamic. But Christian is absent from this list on iOS 11.2.5.”

When Crowder posted his Alexa video, he was targeted with accusations of fakery. Accusations which he immediately debunked by releasing the full, uncut video. In case anyone wanted to claim that Apple’s removal of Easter was a mere glitch:

“I then called Apple … [a service rep] phoned me back and sadly to him, informed me the response he received was, the calendar is as it should be and Apple decided to omit Good Friday and Easter from the US Holiday Calendar which is supplied on its products. This makes absolutely no sense.”

Unfortunately, it makes a good deal of sense.

Globalists are locked in a love-affair with Islam. Through halal certification, Western companies pour billions into fundamentalist Islamic Salafist religious groups. Left-wing governments in the West ostentatiously celebrate Islamic religious holidays.

Despite what is often claimed, Islam is deeply hostile to the Christian Jesus. Islam does not recognise the Christian saviour Jesus, but instead the Islamic prophet Isa. In the Islamic view, the Christian veneration of Jesus, as part of the Trinitarian God, is one of the most heinous blasphemies possible, as it denies tawhid, the absolute monotheism of Islam.

In particular, Islam denies the crucifixion and death of Jesus: they killed him not, nor crucified him, but so it was made to appear to them (Q 4:157). Easter is the festival which explicitly celebrates the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Now it makes sense why globalists seem so determined to erase Easter.


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Who is Lushington D. Brady?

Well, a pseudonym. Obviously.

But the name Lushington Dalrymple Brady has been chosen carefully. Not only for the sum of its overall mien of seedy gentility, reminiscent perhaps of a slightly disreputable gentlemen of letters, but also for its parts, each of which borrows from the name of a Vandemonian of more-or-less fame (or notoriety) who represents some admirable quality which will hopefully animate the persona of Lushington D. Brady.

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