Skip to comments.Nativity scene and menorah in Central Park [Catholic League display in NYC on public property]
Posted on 12/22/2008 6:10:50 PM PST by Alex Murphy
Take note all ye cultural fascists out to annihilate Christmas: The Catholic League has a nativity scene on public property in New York City, right in Central Park. We deliberately put it on the corner of 59th and 5th so that New Yorkers taking the 5th Avenue bus downtown cant avoid seeing it. Indeed, its impossible to miss. Next to it will be the worlds largest menorah, a religious symbol that some dunce lawyers still think is a secular symbol.
Every year we get a permit from the New York City Parks Department to display our life-sized crèche in Central Park, and every year there is some atheist groupthe ACLU, Freedom From Religion Foundation, etc.that files suit in federal district court trying to censor nativity scenes. Unfortunately, many municipalities give in to the tyrants.
The latest gambit by the anti-Christmas Czars is to flood public parks with a vast array of cultural symbols. For example, at the Fort Collins Museum in Colorado, in addition to a nativity scene and a menorah, they are displaying the Indian Diwali Festival of Lights, the Thailand Buddhist celebration of Loy Krathong, the Chinese Lantern Festival, African-American Kwanzaa, Muslim Ramadan, the Polish Wigilia celebration and the Scottish Hogmanay festival.
It is insulting to Christians and Jews to dilute their long-standing holidays in a country founded on Judeo-Christian principles by turning public areas into a junk-yard clutter of cultural artifacts, and that is why only the nativity scene and the menorah should be allowed in the same place at this time of the year. The real goal of the cultural fascists is to water down the meaning of Christmas (and to a much lesser extent Hanukkah) via contrived competition. Let the others find another spot or another time to display their symbols.
I cannot say it better... just ...
Wow-spot on! Bravo!!!
“Let the others find another spot or another time to display their symbols.
Jesus during the winter before he died came to Jerusalem to celebrate the “festival of Lights” and to use the occasion to describe himself as the Light of the World. Then we have the star of Bethlehem whose light guides the wisemen aross the desert So the two fesivals do go well together
A courageous stand in pc infested Manhattan!
Kind of a combination ethnic festival (Irish invaders and Vikings
come together to create a new nation ~ Scottish Highlanders) a
nd New Years Eve.