Every year around Christmas time the anti-Christian scrooges come out of the woodwork to ensure that the actual meaning of Christmas is banned for yet another year. It’s amazing to me that more people aren’t outraged, or at least embarrassed, by the extremes these people will go to in their efforts to silence Christians. In their latest display of idiocy, Santa, and ‘holy homosexuals’ have been deemed acceptable for inclusion in a parade, but floats with direct religious themes will not be allowed.
So, let me get this straight. Homosexual Indians called ‘holy men’ will not be offensive to anyone, but a traditional Christmas song or a sign wishing everyone a mery Christmas is far too offensive to be allowed.
In the latest skirmish over Christmas in America, a Christian group is not allowed to participate in Denver’s annual Parade of Lights, because church members sought to sing yuletide hymns and proclaim a “Merry Christmas” message on their float.
However, the event, now in its 30th year, will include homosexual American Indians, Kung Fu artisans, belly dancers and, of course, Santa Claus.
Among those allowed to participate is the Two Spirit Society of Denver, a support group for American Indians who are homosexual, bisexual, or transgendered, honoring them as “holy people.”
Also included are performers of the Lion Dance, a Chinese New Year tradition “meant to chase away evil spirits and welcome good luck and good fortune for the year,” reports the Rocky Mountain News.
Despite the inclusion of these groups with spiritual connotations, parade spokesman Michael Krikorian said the event does not allow “direct religious themes.” Included in the ban are signs that read “Merry Christmas” and the singing or playing of Christmas hymns.