Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Where is tradition?

Almost Christmas time. It's a religious holiday so as such it is a natural enemy for the liberal (in the American meaning) European leaders. The European Union personifies most of the left wing attributes. It is extremely centralised, full of regulations regarding our everyday life aspects and especially those relating to the market. EU charges create mysterious econimical plans in advance, just to mention the Lisbon strategy which ended up miserably. The same plans were introduced in the Soviet Union and its satellites - the charges were making plans assuming that, let's say, in five years the national production should reach the certain level.

European Union is full of bureaucrats cotrolling everything what can be controlled, every single thing you can buy, from sweets to cars and houses, is, oris going to be, in some way regulated or standarized by the EU army. They feel irresistible lust to stick their noses into our lives. There were even attempts, in future successful surely, to introduce some kind of the thought police - EU leaders would love all the European people to think in the same way. They wanted, and of course still want, to kick it off from teaching every European the same version of history in schools. That's why in 20 years they will have a dumb crowd of people thinking that there was something like the history of Europe, instead of separate histories of many European nations. European propagandists realise well that it's easier to control people who are cast in the same mould. As I mentioned earlier, diversity is what the EU wants to get rid of.

Winter vacation instaed of Christmas

Someone wise, forgive me but I forgot the name, once said that the way in which we name things is the way in which we take them. That's why people being in charge of Europe, who in majority have a communist background (just to mention the most powerful one, Barroso), try to redefine the tradition by using the relativism idea as the path. Christmas is no more, we have so called 'winter vacation' nowadays. Easter vacation is replaced by 'spring break'. In many American schools Santa Claus (originally the bishop), christmas trees and decorations are banned. In Europe this will come a little later - today our oppressors just try to remove crosses from schools in order to, listen, listen, not hurt other people's feelings. Well, the European propaganda reached the most ridiculous levels of absurdity.

However, we almost have Christmas so it's time to forget about the European monster, at least for a while. I would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas full of joy and family warmth.

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