The War on Christmas Updated

A dozen years ago I wrote two essays showing that the War on Christmas in recent times has in fact been conducted by Jews out of their historic hatred of Christ, Christians, and European Whites. Recently, I was a guest on Guide to Kulchur, hosted by Frodi Midjord, and we talked about my 2008 essays “Merry Christmas Movies … NOT!” Today I will update those essays.

Jewish columnist Burt Prelutsky bluntly explained my point in his 2004 column “The Jewish Grinch who Stole Christmas,” beginning with “I never thought I’d live to see the day that Christmas would become a dirty word. … Schools are being forced to replace ‘Christmas vacation’ with ‘winter break’ in their printed schedules.” We all know about that, as a whole generation now has become inured to the horrid greeting, “Happy Holidays.”

“How is it, one well might ask, that in a Christian nation this is happening?” asks Prelutsky. In plain English, he spells it out: “I blame my fellow Jews. When it comes to pushing the multicultural, anti-Christian agenda, you find Jewish judges, Jewish journalists, and the American Civil Liberties Union, at the forefront. . . . But the dirty little secret in America is that anti-Semitism is no longer a problem in society — it’s been replaced by a rampant anti- Christianity.” Amen to that, brother.

Next, we turn to Prelutsky’s fellow Jew, Neil Gabler, an expert on Hollywood whose 1988 book title alone tells us all we need to know: An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood. Prelutsky didn’t mention Hollywood in his War on Christmas, so I’ll show how Jews are busy there destroying the spirit and intent of that sacred day for Christians. It’s not pretty, either.

This undermining of the Christian meaning of Christmas began early in America, before and during World War II, but it was subtle enough that few goyim noticed, let alone objected. We had, for instance, the huge hit “White Christmas,” written by Irving Berlin, born ביילין ישראל, or “Israel Beilin” for those who don’t read Hebrew.

Mark Steyn (“A Triumph of Miscegenation,” The Spectator, December 17/24, 1994) light-heartedly described how Jews created a gradual division between religious and secular Christmas symbols, making America a society where “Jesus, Mary and Joseph are for home and for church; Santa, Rudolph and Frosty the Snowman — the great secular trinity — are for everybody.” For instance, “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer,” was first a book created by Robert May in 1939 and a decade later inspired his brother-in-law Johnny Marks to write a song about Rudolph. Both men were Jewish.

Also Jewish were Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn, who together wrote the lyrics

Oh, the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we’ve no place to go
Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!

Of course this “compromise” to take Christ out of popular culture was a great victory for Jews, for it allowed the hostility many Jews felt toward a Christian majority to find vent without the Gentiles really noticing. Novelist Philip Roth, however, knew exactly what it meant:

The radio was playing ‘Easter Parade’ and I thought, But this is Jewish genius on a par with the Ten Commandments. God gave Moses the Ten Commandments and then He gave to Irving Berlin ‘Easter Parade’ and ‘White Christmas.’ The two holidays that celebrate the divinity of Christ — the divinity that’s the very heart of the Jewish rejection of Christianity — and what does Irving Berlin brilliantly do? He de-Christs them both! Easter he turns into a fashion show and Christmas into a holiday about snow. Gone is the gore and the murder of Christ — down with the crucifix and up with the bonnet! He turns their religion into schlock. But nicely!

Nicely! So nicely the goyim don’t even know what hit ’em. They love it. Everybody loves it. The Jews especially. Jews loathe Jesus.

In the context of the times, however, such songs were not obviously anti-Christian. It was not until Jews achieved cultural hegemony in the late 1960s that the underlying sentiment of hostility toward Christians in America came out into the open, led first and foremost by the just-mentioned Philip Roth, whose 1969 blockbuster novel Portnoy’s Complaint was shockingly candid about the prevalence of Jewish hatred toward Gentiles. Somehow, few Gentiles (Whites) of the time even noticed, so in an important sense the book served as a litmus test for how explicit Jews in America could be about their contempt for goyim. And that contempt turned out to be immense. Still, it took time for this hostility to emerge, then dominate.

Obviously, “Happy Holidays” and “Season’s Greetings” were not always ubiquitous during the month of December, nor were real Christmas songs in any way unwelcome. Quite the contrary. Criticism of Christmas was not easily tolerated. For instance, back in 1952, George S. Kaufman appeared on a popular television show one week before Christmas and was asked what he wanted for the holiday. He replied, “Let’s make this one program on which no one sings ‘Silent Night.'” The response from the audience (largely Gentile, one would presume) was fast and furious: Kaufman was removed from the show and exiled from the TV screen for a year thereafter.

Fast-forward to 1982 and the popular Saturday Night Live Show featured a skit called “Merry Christmas, Dammit!” This skit portrayed the relationship between Donny and Marie Osmond, two non-Jewish sibling pop singers, as incestuous, and the Virgin Mary was described as “that virgin chick” in a jazzed-up version of “Silent Night.” Eddie Murphy — in his popular “Gumby” guise — read a children’s story in which Santa tears out the lungs of one of his elves because the elf asked for a sip of Santa’s hot chocolate. He ends the skit by saying “And to everyone out there — a Merry Christmas! And to my producer, my director, my manager, and my lawyer — Happy Hanukkah, boys!” Obviously, sensibilities had changed by then, and the people calling the shots were Jews.

Again, beginning in 1969 and the huge success of Roth’s Portnoy’s Complaint, with its lusty protagonist prone to masturbating into pieces of raw liver, we eventually witness a parade of degraded images of excretory functions paired with Christmas imagery. Thus, we had Jewish illustrator Art Spiegelman trying to get this drawing onto the cover of The New Yorker:

Sadly, the drawing was rejected, but Spiegelman and the art editor of The New Yorker (his wife) were able to use the image as their 1993 Christmas card instead. And The New Yorker did run Spiegelman’s Easter cover picture of the Easter Bunny being crucified, but that’s another story.

Jump ahead four years and Santa urinating is upstaged by South Park’s Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo.” In this recurrent theme, Mr. Hankey “emerges from the toilet bowl on Christmas Eve and brings presents to good boys and girls whose diets have been high in fiber. He is especially close to Kyle [a Jewish boy], consoling him during his Christmas-Hanukkah depression and generally appears to help the boys out with something or gives them advice.”

Mr. Hankey was introduced in a 1997 episode that showed the young Kyle brushing his teeth. Mr. Hankey, wearing a Santa hat, jumps out of the toilet bowl and sings a song about Santa and Christmas. The starkest comment in the scene comes when this animated feces writes “Noel” in excrement on the mirror.

Two years later, the more extensive Mr. Hankey version was released as Mr. Hankey’s Christmas Classics. (A parallel CD of the songs includes the delightful “Merry Fucking Christmas”). Here Mr. Hankey besmirches the faces of children singing Christmas songs. He then introduces us to the next scene, “Christmastime in Hell,” where Hitler is shown crying over his Christmas tree. Later, when Jesus and Santa sing a duet, Santa gets miffed that there are far more songs about Jesus than about him, so he leaves the stage. When Jesus implores him to return, Santa speaks the cheery words, “Aw, fuck you, Jesus!”

This episode is a parody of the Charlie Brown Christmas Special in which everyone yells out “Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!” only after Charlie has realized the true meaning of Christmas — which has Christ at its center. In the South Park version, the characters wish the Jewish boy Kyle a Merry Christmas only after he has taught everyone, through Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo, that Christmas and Christianity are shit.

I feel compelled here to provide a slightly tangential account of Jewish attitudes toward Christmas, fairly tinged with scatological associations, in order to show that the above representations are not simply generically juvenile creations. To do this, we must scurry over to the Israeli site Haaretz for the skinny – For them, it’s wholly unholy:

Christmas Eve is one of the few occasions when Hasidim refrain from Torah study, do not conduct weddings or go to the mikveh [ritual bath for women]. But they do play chess and work on their bills.

On Christmas Eve, known in Jewish circles as Nitel Night, the klipot (shells) are in total control. The klipot are parasitical evil forces that attach themselves to the forces of good.

According to kabbala (Jewish mysticism), on the night on which “that man” — a Jewish euphemism for Jesus — was born, not even a trace of holiness is present and the klipot exploit every act of holiness for their own purposes.

For this reason, Nitel Night, from nightfall to midnight, is one of the few occasions when Hasidim refrain from Torah study. On this horrific night, they neither conduct weddings nor do they go to the mikveh (ritual bath). An entire folkloric literature has developed around the unusual recreational activities of Nitel Night.

Oh, there’s the usual disclaimer that not all Jews follow this custom, but in three decades of research on Jews I’ve found that it’s simply a truism that Jews have an exceedingly negative view of Jesus, Mary, Christians, and Christmas. No wonder so many spit when passing a church . . . or even spit on Christians themselves in Israel.

But in the Haaretz story, this passage about Kabbalistic toilet paper really stood out:

The Knesset correspondent of the ultra-Orthodox newspaper Hamodia, Zvi Rosen, relates that celebrated Hasidic admorim (sect leaders) would cut a year’s supply of toilet paper for Sabbath use (to avoid tearing toilet paper on Sabbath) on this night. Actually, this disrespectful act has profound kabbalistic significance, because kabbalistic literature extensively discusses Christianity as waste material excreted from the body of the Jewish people.

 

Honestly, I couldn’t make this stuff up. And get this: One of their commandments recommends that they attempt procreation on Friday night, which is a holy time. “Yet on Nitel Night, which has no holiness, it is customary to refrain from observing the commandment, because of the fear that a Jewish child conceived on Jesus’ birthday could become an apostate.”

Gentiles have no idea what they are dealing with when we talk about Jewish ascendency in the creation and control of Western culture. Often, I too simply shake my head.

When I wrote these essays in 2008, I included plenty of links, but a surprising number of them are now dead, so I’ve had to learn to use the Wayback Machine. Still, some sources are beyond locating now, such as Christmas movie reviews by a Jewish individual named Austin Pearl. My links were rock solid in 2008, so I’m going to continue to use Pearl’s Jewish views because they tie together many of the films discussed here.

Pearl gleefully explained his motive for collecting anti-Christmas films: “It’s my wanting to recognize things that are deliberately anti-Christmas. It’s my wanting to take a big you know what on everyone’s Christmas spirit. . . . Each one of them is so anti-Christmas that I want to share them with the world, thereby forcing everyone to realize how liberating it is to rip off the Christmas mind control device and have some laughs in the process.” There is the scatological reference again — “wanting to take a big you know what on everyone’s Christmas spirit.” Clearly we are seeing a pattern emerge.

Humor such as in South Park is juvenile, but in reality it rests upon a long Jewish tradition of hatred of and disrespect for Christmas. Still, it doesn’t really rise to the level of successful cultural subversion. For that, we need to consider a raft of anti- Christmas films. To put this into its proper context, let’s consider the broader circumstances of the modern era. As Kevin MacDonald demonstrates in The Culture of Critique, “The Judaization of the West means that the peoples who created the culture and traditions of the West have been made to feel deeply ashamed of their own history — surely the prelude to their demise as a culture and as a people.” To being ashamed, we can now add that we Western people — Whites — have been subjected to subliminal conditioning that tries to associate positive Christmas symbols with terrifying experiences, thus subverting the beauty and even worship attached to traditional Christmas images, songs, etc.

While Hollywood Christmas movies were almost exclusively positive in the past, like Christmas songs, they have been stripped of religious meaning — and then turned into visual horror shows. Perhaps the best example of this is Silent Night, Deadly Night.

This is a 1984 slasher film that begins with a young boy named Billy witnessing the murder of his parents by a man dressed as Santa Claus. Billy ends up at St. Mary’s Orphanage, where he is beaten by Mother Superior. Later, morphing memories of his punishment at her hands with images of Santa, Billy grows up to become a killer teenage Santa. At work, for example, he strangles a co-worker with Christmas lights and then dispatches the girl with whom the co-worker was having sex.

After a string of other Santa murders, Billy returns to the orphanage, with the police hot in pursuit. Tragically, they shoot and kill Father O’Brien, a deaf priest dressed as Santa. Sneaking into the orphanage, Billy, dressed as Santa, swings his ax at Mother Superior, but a policeman shoots him down. Imparting his central message, Billy assures viewers, “You’re safe now … Santa Claus… is gone.” Not exactly a happy message at Christmastime.

In 1984, such imagery was still able to rile the public. Siskel and Ebert condemned the film, going “so far as to read the film’s production credits on air, saying ‘shame, shame’ after each one.” Angry mothers protested the movie around the nation, and TriStars Pictures, its distributor, quickly ceased advertising the film.

Silent Night, Deadly Night did have antecedents. Black Christmas was a 1974 movie set in a sorority house during Christmas break. A maniac is making calls from within the house, killing the coeds one by one. The movie also takes every opportunity to pair beloved Christmas songs with chilling scenes, a phenomenon that was later repeated in Gremlins, as we will see.

Another, Christmas Evil (1980), features a delusional Santa stand-in who murders three church-goers in front of a church. (He stabbed one man in the eye with a toy.) Later, while wearing a ragged Santa outfit and being chased by an angry mob, our main character drives his van off a bridge, imagining himself to be Santa in his flying sleigh.

Austin Pearl, our Jewish reviewer, approvingly wrote, “Christmas Evil ruins Christmas unlike any other movie.” In particular, this reviewer liked “all the vividly disturbing images of Santa sprinkled throughout the movie.”

It’s no surprise that Pearl also liked the 2003 Billy Bob Thorton film Bad Santa, which was a concerted ethnic effort to trash Christmas. Jewish director Terry Zwigoff made the film under producers Ethan and Joel Coen for the Disney subsidiary Miramax, run by two Jewish brothers, Bob and the notorious Harvey Weinstein. Billy Bob Thornton starred as the bad Santa of the title, going about his life boozing and swearing with abandon. At one point he has anal sex with an overweight woman in a changing room, while elsewhere he goes to a mall drunk and destroys a reindeer display in a drunken rage. Ho ho ho.

Near the end of this dark film, he is shot by a group of policemen but survives. Despite his obvious guilt in numerous crimes, he is pardoned because “the Phoenix police department [thought that] shooting an unarmed Santa Claus in front of children was more fucked up than Rodney King.”

According to Wikipedia, critics generally liked the film, with one describing it as an “evil twin” of “Miracle on 34th Street,” the inspirational Christmas classic. According to reviewers’ consensus on Rotten Tomotoes, it’s “A gloriously rude and gleefully offensive comedy, Bad Santa isn’t for everyone, but grinches will find it uproariously funny.” No wonder Austin Pearl wrote glowingly that “Bad Santa is perhaps the most subversive, offensive Christmas movie ever made — with Thornton as a truly despicable character who, for once, does not receive a total personality transplant by the movie’s end.”

Director Zwigoff intended this film for impressionable teenagers, the vast majority of whom are, one would assume, Christian.

When asked if he thought the film would do well, Zwigoff answered, “I think it might. Every teenager in America is dying to see this film. Though they won’t be able to get in unless they have a very open-minded parent.” Clearly he was aware of the film’s subversive content.

Two years later came another Jewish-directed anti-Christmas movie. The Ice Harvest, Harold Ramis’s “grisly black comedy/film-noir,” sees Billy Bob Thornton return to a mayhem-filled Christmas. One reviewer intoned that The Ice Harvest “is a must-see for fans . . . in the mood to see one of the worst Christmas Eves in the history of cinema.” Roger Ebert (page has been taken down) was also impressed. “I liked the movie for the quirky way it pursues humor through the drifts of greed, lust, booze, betrayal and spectacularly complicated ways to die.” In other words, Hollywood’s version of Merry Christmas stuff.

Gremlins

In my personal view, the most unsettling Christmas movie was the original Gremlins (1984). Though directed by Joe Dante, Steven Spielberg’s production company Amblin Entertainment released it. TIME magazine characterized the film as being “developed and ‘presented'” by Spielberg and being one of his “children too.” Stylistically, too, this film is completely Spielbergian, beginning with a typical suburban paradise. Snow is on the ground as local residents prepare for Christmas.

The drama begins when protagonist Billy receives a cute “mogwai” from his inventor father, but the creature spawns siblings that are far from full of holiday cheer. On the contrary, they bring violence, mayhem, and death to this otherwise happy time of year. Their mischief is methodically paired with normally positive symbols of Christmas. For instance, when Billy’s mom is home alone making Christmas cookies and listening to Christmas music, she is attacked by a squad of ghoulish gremlins with murder on their minds. After stabbing one through the heart, she dispatches another with a deft push of the blender switch, turning the previously Christmas-cookie-aroma-filled kitchen into a bloodbath.

More blood is added when a gremlin foolishly hides in the microwave. A few minutes on high power and his head delightfully explodes. Retreating to the living room, the mother is literally attacked by the Christmas tree, which is full of gremlins. This conflation of joyful Christian symbols with diabolical evil is a central device to the whole movie.

Another example comes when the police pass by Billy’s neighbor’s house and are greeted by the neighbor, dressed as Santa Claus, running about helplessly as gremlins eat into his brain. Next, Christmas-caroling gremlins arrive at grouchy old Miss Deagle’s door, only to send her flying out the second-floor window of her house in a malfunctioning motorized chair.

I call this movie “most unsettling” because I remember when it came out, and the trailers and ads were specifically aimed at children — young children, as I recall, 4–8 years old. I also recall many tales of parents angrily leading their shrieking children out of theaters because families had been led to believe this was a fun Christmas movie. Tell me if you think the following is fun.

In two scenes I thought were totally extraneous, protagonists Billy and his girlfriend Kate pass a group of Christmas carolers singing “Silent Night,” when Kate suddenly and soberly states that Christmas is a time when “a lot of people get really depressed. . . . While everybody else is opening up their presents, they’re opening up their wrists. It’s true. The suicide rate is always the highest around the holidays.” When she volunteers that she doesn’t celebrate Christmas, Billy asks, “What, are you Hindu or something?” Historically, the non-Christian group in America with mixed feelings toward Christmas is not Hindus, but Jews. Here the mask is in place but the true message is easily discernible. It is Jews who hate Christmas.

Much later in the movie, after the gremlins have wreaked havoc on Kingston Falls, Kate launches into a startling horror story about Christmas, one that seems completely gratuitous since it is independent of the blood-thirsty gremlin theme. Surveying the rubble left by the marauding gremlins, Kate relates how she now has another reason to hate Christmas. It seems that when she was nine, she and her mother were decorating the tree on Christmas Eve, waiting for her father to come home from the office. They waited, but he never came.

Then, four or five days later, as the temperature dropped, Kate went to make a fire. “And that’s when I noticed the smell.” Thinking it was a dead cat or bird, they called the fire department to clean it out, but instead “they pulled out my father. He was dressed in a Santa Claus suit. He’d been climbing down the chimney on Christmas Eve, his arms loaded with presents. He was going to surprise us. He slipped and broke his neck, died instantly. And that’s how I found out there was no Santa Claus.”

Now that you’ve read my account of Gremlins, go back and watch it again. Note the systematic pairing of Christmas songs with things negative, a Christmas tree with violence, Christmas carols with monsters. And of course, not the slightest hint whatsoever that Christmas has anything to do with a religious holiday celebrating a divinity that Christians traditionally believe to be God.

There’s actually a dizzying array of Christmas films available—over 100 since 2010, including 26 horror films—and too many to review here. Not all Christmas movies are subversive—Hollywood is well aware that there is money in appealing to particular audiences, such as viewers of Hallmark or the Lifetime Movie Network. One such is the popular Elf (2003), by screenwriter David Berenbaum and director Jonathan Favreau, who is half Jewish, with Ed Asner starred as Santa, and James Caan as the elf’s biological father. I invite readers to comment about this film and, because of the glut of films, I’ll need to do that with some other Christmas films as well.

 

A recent film that looked highly promising as far as my thesis goes is The Night Before (2015) starring Jewish actors Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, along with Anthony Mackie, who is Black. (This lack of White males fits into my recent photo essay showing how in 2020 Whites males have been almost completely airbrushed out of commercials.) Further, the film is “a successful collaboration between Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg”; the director is Jonathan Levine.

More to the point, reviewer Ben Kendrick strongly suggests that this movie also shows great disrespect for Christmas. The Night Before is “irreverent,” “nor is it a Christmas movie for all audiences” (such as believing Christians, for example?). The film blends “stoner hijinks and holiday spirit.” It is a “raunchy comedy set against a holiday backdrop,” and, in a key description, Kendrick admits that “It’s a surprisingly subversive tale, playing off Christmas movie tropes in unique (and often hilarious) ways.” Again, I need to ask readers to see how this Jewish-inflected film approaches traditional Christmas.

Other films that caught my eye were Black Christmas (2006), a “Canadian-American slasher film,” Four Christmases (2008), The Christmas Chronicles (2018) and Last Christmas (2019). Comments on them are also welcome.

Santa’s Slay

I put aside all of these films, however, when I hit pay-dirt yesterday with the film Santa’s Slay (2005). I’m going to start with Wikipedia’s description:

Santa’s Slay is a 2005 Canadian American Christmas slasher comedy film that stars professional wrestler Bill Goldberg as Santa Claus. The film was written and directed by David Steiman, a former assistant to [Jewish] Brett Ratner; Ratner served as a producer….

On Christmas Eve, the Mason family (played by a cast of all Jewish celebrities in bit roles) is bickering about their wealth and material possessions while eating Christmas dinner when Santa Claus (Bill Goldberg, also Jewish) comes down the chimney and kills them all in various graphic displays of Christmas-themed violence, such as drowning the matriarch Virginia (Fran Drescher) in eggnog, using the star atop a Christmas tree as a ninja star and stabbing the patriarch’s hands to the table with silverware and suffocating him by stuffing a leg of turkey in his mouth. Riding on his sleigh driven by his “hell-deer,” the Buffalo-like Beast, Santa arrives at Hell Township and decimates the locals in various holiday-themed ways. In one of his kills, Santa slaughters the occupants of a local strip club, frequented by Pastor Timmons (Dave Thomas), a crooked minister, who manages to survive the massacre.

Yes, this “gift” was dropped right in my lap as I perused Jewish-created anti-Christmas films. You have to watch this selection of scenes to believe it.

Typical goys are celebrating a traditional Christmas scene with carols and a creche. “Santa” on his sleigh comes through, beheading the statue of Joseph. The actual opening, however, begins with a beautiful rendition of “Joy to The World” against a shot of a well-decorated millionaire’s home, and then zooms into the well-appointed dining room of a large “Gentile” family.

James Caan plays the patriarch, and the whole skit is reminiscent of the typical Hollywood ploy of mocking the goyim, as in the old Caddyshack series. Childishly tasteless and gauche, Caan criticizes the dry turkey, mock praying, “Let it be tender and moist,” to which his wife (played by Fran Drescher) retorts, “Yeah, moist, it’s called foreplay.” Then one family member sodomizes his wife under the table. Lots of laughs. Soon, however, we get bulked-up former wrestler Bill Goldberg as a Viking Santa coming down and through the chimney for some Christmas murder.

More goy mocking comes a little later when Mrs. “Talbot” bullies Jewish Mr. Green at his deli, insisting that he use “Merry Christmas” rather than “Happy Holidays.” Immediately after this, the miserly biddy is driven off the road by Goldberg in his sleigh, and she dies in a fiery inferno. Ah, revenge.

Surprisingly, however, the attack on Christians doesn’t go much beyond that. Yes, later two Gentile boys dressed in red and green pajamas ask their parents if they “can open our mother f**king presents now?” When they open the presents, there are explosions and the boys’ heads are blown off, to which goy Grandma slowly replies “F**k.” In the milieu of 2005, this does not rise to the level of high offense, let alone blasphemy. In addition, Jesus Christ is never mentioned, let alone attacked.

I can’t explain why this is. By 2005, Jews held such a lock on American culture that they could pretty much do what they wanted, as we saw in Quentin Tarantino’s 2009 film Inglourious Basterds. Though director Tarantino is not Jewish, Eli Roth is, and as Sergeant Donny “The Bear Jew” Donowitz, he executes Nazis with his baseball bat. Roth famously said that such filmic revenge amounted to “almost a deep sexual satisfaction of wanting to beat Nazis to death, an orgasmic feeling. My character gets to beat Nazis to death. That’s something I could watch all day.” In addition, Lawrence Bender, one of the producers, told Tarantino that “As your producing partner, I thank you, and as a member of the Jewish tribe, I thank you, motherf**ker, because this movie is a f**king Jewish wet dream.”

Screenwriter and director David Steiman, et al. could have accomplished something similar with Santa’s Slay but for some reason they didn’t even come close. Instead, we ended up with a stupidly juvenile and unprofessional film that was a real chore to watch. Given the coarse level our society has fallen to this century, though, it is hardly surprising that untalented reviewers could write that Santa’s Slay was “simultaneously vulgar and wholesome, stupid and satirical, violent and lighthearted.” Or that “overall it is just a fun, brainless movie that has a ton of violence in it.” Another wrote that “Admittedly, the film doesn’t quite keep up the relentless pace the entire time, but it’s mostly one hell of a slay ride, full of cheesy dialogue, colorful characters, and plenty of laughs.”

“Plenty of laughs.” You can do that with Christmas, of course, but try it with a comedy about the Prophet Muhammad … or the Holocaust. You know, make a “brainless movie” with “colorful characters, and plenty of laughs” about Auschwitz or something. But plan to start looking for a new job the next day.

In any case, Santa’s Slay hardly bothered me, unlike the way Gremlins did. Though Santa’s Slay is clearly patterned on Gremlins, beginning with the use of the song “Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)” at the opening of both films, it’s a different film (perhaps because the filmmakers were untalented).

Throughout Santa’s Slay the mood mimics Gremlins, plus we have the same type of teenage protagonists, along with a quirky inventor in the family.

Beyond that, however, Santa’s Slay doesn’t come close to the subversion of the Christmas spirit the way Gremlins did. What it did, oddly, was begin to subvert Jews themselves, which really surprised me.

Here I’m going to go out on a limb and attempt a reading of Santa’s Slay worthy of Jay Dyer or Mark Brahmin. While I’ve never really understood Michael Hoffman’s “Revelation of the Method,” I sort of get that it means producers of messages deliberately reveal who they are and what they are doing. And in watching Santa’s Slay, I kept asking myself “Are the Jews making this movie revealing themselves as satanic”?

Yes, I know at this point you are going to cry “WHAT?!!!” But consider that when the credits begin to roll, we are treated to the wordplay of seeing the title first as Satan’s Slay then morph into Santa’s Slay. And throughout Goldberg certainly plays a satanic Santa. What really cements this view, however, is the fact that a central part of the story refers to two virgin births: that of Christ and that of Satan, with Santa Claus being the resulting issue.

Finally, though Goldberg’s Santa wreaks massive havoc and leaves a long trail of people quite dead, in the end a (Christian) angel prevails, and the Gentile teenage couple happily escapes, while satanic Santa is again remanded to the control of the angel. Jews had free rein in this film, yet it turned out to empower Christian Whites. Curious.

And with that happy turn of events, I’ll end this discussion by giving readers a heartwarming review of the 2015 Hallmark film, ‘Tis the Season for Love, which I called “a pro-White, pro-natal TV movie.”

Merry Christmas. I look forward to reader comments on modern Christmas films.

28 replies
  1. George Kocan
    George Kocan says:

    The war on Christmas and Christians is more vicious, subtle and extensive that a normal person could imagine. Catholics in general are not only oblivious to this attack but strenuously deny that it exists as a project of mainstream Jewery. “Crisis” magazine has an article on how Catholics should appreciate Hannukah and emulate the Maccabes because we are all “spiritual Semites.”

    • Pilot
      Pilot says:

      This makes no sense. Christianity is all about the Jews, the Chosen People. God commands you to take care of them, and their nation. All sectors of Christianity favor the Jews. Tours of the Holy Land and giving aid to Israel is a top priority with Christians.

    • Jeffrey Ade
      Jeffrey Ade says:

      Yes you are right. I hope you noticed how the author, Edmund Connelly mentioned Michael Hoffman. When reading Hoffman’s book entitled “The Renaissance Church of Rome” we see a glimps into the same machination of subtle takeover and substitution until we are left with an apostate Rome accepting the vilest types of filth. Catholics have been hoodwinked by their own communist clergy and government propaganda for so long they actually do believe that those people are “our elder brothers in the faith.” Oh the blasphemy!

      • Pierre de Craon
        Pierre de Craon says:

        Catholics have been hoodwinked by their own communist clergy and government propaganda for so long they actually do believe that those people are “our elder brothers in the faith.”

        This comment suffers from a lack of close observation. Yes, the propagandizers are tireless, but after sixty years of effort, the sum of their accomplishment is to persuade the ever-dwindling number of Vatican II weak-tea Catholics to consider Jews something other than the enemy. Moreover, wherever this false gospel has taken root, the soil has been shallow, rocky, or otherwise inhospitable. It won’t survive the storm that is in the offing.

        On the other hand, the slowly but steadily growing body of Traditionalist Catholics firmly and uniformly regards the Jews as working to a literally satanic purpose in both the corporeal and spiritual spheres. When the resistance to the present tyranny comes to blood, as it almost certainly will, these men and women will not be slow to take an active role, to put life and limb on the line. They know what the stakes are.

  2. Tim Folke
    Tim Folke says:

    An idea, people, tradition or religion can not only be judged by the good people who love it, but perhaps more so by the evil who hate it.

    Yes, Christianity has been besmirched and dragged through the mud by many evil doers masquerading as Christian leaders. And, yes, Judeo-Christians have been – more than any other single entity – responsible for sustaining Jewish power in the West. Yet, let us remember much, if not all of this is a 20/21st century phenomenon.

    Religion I hate but God I love. I fully expect some of the upcoming comments to this fine article will vent justifiable scorn and derision towards the Christian religion. Yet I would also counsel us to take a look at the moral, spiritual and racial renaissance of two countries that have embraced their true Christian roots – Hungary and Russia.

    In the West anyway it is only the 98% of Christians that give the rest of us a bad name.

    • George Kocan
      George Kocan says:

      I do not think a war on Christmas and Christians will do much to help them rediscover their spiritual and moral roots.

  3. Conrad Gaarder
    Conrad Gaarder says:

    Who can forget Elana Kagan’s Senate confirmation hearing? Asked, in some context or other, what she was doing on Christmas Day, she replied “eating Chinese, I guess.” Laughter ensued.
    Michael Savage was disgusted by her Jewish smart-aleck response and said so on his radio show.
    Another way to spit on Christmas.

  4. Gerry
    Gerry says:

    (Mod. Note: “Gerry” … the next time you comment, please keep in mind that “brevity is the soul of wit”! This essay is WAY too long. Thanks.)

    —–

    What great news is this essay for it only adds to the wailing and screaming of these people at a point in history when they will see with their own eyes Jesus in the city of Jerusalem. So great in fact will be the screaming and crying that as Zechariah clearly points out:

    “On that day a fountain will be opened to the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem, to cleanse them from sin and impurity.

    2 “On that day, I will banish the names of the idols from the land, and they will be remembered no more,” declares the Lord Almighty. “I will remove both the prophets and the spirit of impurity from the land. 3 And if anyone still prophesies, their father and mother, to whom they were born, will say to them, ‘You must die, because you have told lies in the Lord’s name.’ Then their own parents will stab the one who prophesies.

    Try and imagine the scene you have hated and cursed the true savior and even banned the mentioning of his name in His city only to turn around and see Him with your own eyes. The remorse and guilt of those Jews who survive Armageddon will be horrifying indeed. So severe will be their guilt and remorse that it will finally lead them to total obedience, even under penalty of death by their own family members who dare prophesy lies or anything for that matter. What’s left of Israel will finally come to their senses!

    That’s my first point. My second is the guilt of the Christian Church who did something so unbelievably atrocious that it angers me to no end really and what is that? The Birthday of Christ was changed or moved from its correct date of about October 1 to this unbelievably nonsense of Dec. 25. By doing this they took away something of huge importance and significance away and it is huge believe me. By I digress to the real expert on the subject Dr. David Lutzweiler:
    https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/a1b4f0_5f2d3dbdbe1d44a99aa1f6488ee0e627.pdf

    How we know the real birthday of Jesus

    It was on or about October 1.

    (Caution: the tradition that you are trusting contains errors!)

    Mistaking the day of the week on which Christ was crucified is only one of the
    popular errors that people believe about the Bible and about religion in general.
    The next one we can mention concerning Jesus is the date of his birth:
    By this time, it is accepted widely that December 25 is not the real day that Jesus
    was born; but it is believed just as widely that this is because it is not possible to know
    the day at all. Consequently, many theories have been produced by uninformed people.
    These include May and June, or September, or any time when the weather was warm
    enough to have the shepherds out in the fields tending their flocks. This widespread
    uncertainty is a sad commentary on the ability of even supposedly competent scholars to
    understand the Bible, or their inclination to pay close attention to its details.
    I would like to submit that the Bible certainly does tell us, with unmistakable
    clarity, when Jesus was born. The indication was given at the time of His baptism by
    John, in Luke 3:23. In that verse, Luke alone gives us the information that it was at the
    time of the baptism that “Jesus began to be about thirty years of age.”
    What does that mean?
    I hope that I am not being too naïve here, but it seems to me that it means that
    this was near the time of His birthday.
    Duh!
    The record uses the imprecise formula, “began to be about,” for the simple reason
    that celebrations of birthdays were kept in the ancient world mainly for nobles, especially
    kings. Only two birthday celebrations are mentioned in the Scripture, and both are for
    the highest rulers: Pharaoh (Gen. 40:20) and King Herod (Matt. 14:6). The latter is, you
    may remember, the occasion when Salome danced so well that Herod made his rash
    promise that brought Salome’s request, at the urging from her mother, for the head of
    John the Baptist.
    Even those celebrations may have been held, for all we know, on days that were
    only approximations; but from the formulation for Jesus in Luke 3:23, it seems that for
    peasants and many others, at least, a general approximation of the week was close
    enough.
    What, then, was the date of Christ’s baptism by John?
    No problem:
    We know that the earthly ministry of Jesus began at the time of His baptism,
    because that was when He entered “officially” into His Messianic office and began to
    teach and preach.
    We know, moreover, that the length of His public ministry in that office was
    about 3 ½ years—i.e., the first half of Daniel’s 70th heptad.
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    Finally, we know that the end of that public ministry was at the cross at the time
    of Passover. On our calendars, that was the end of March or about April 1-3.
    So all that we have to do is go back six months (that’s ½ year, right?) in order to
    get the even-year point. That brings us to the end of September or the first week of
    October.
    Now, significantly, that is the week of the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles. What,
    then, does the Incarnation represent? It is the entrance of the Son into the tabernacle of
    human flesh. The Greek word in John 1:14 for what the KJV translates “dwelt” is the
    word for “tabernacled” (εσκηνωσεν). “And the Word was made flesh, and tabernacled
    among us.” In view of the date of His birth during the Feast of Tabernacles, the Holy
    Spirit’s choice of that word is not likely to be anything but a reference to that time.
    Jesus, in any case, was born within a few days before or after October 1—and the
    occult tradition, significantly, always has put the day as October 4. That may be correct,
    but I would not rely on the devil’s occult tradition because, even though he often uses
    “honest trifles” of information “to betray us in deepest consequence,” as Shakespeare put
    it in Macbeth—and thus October 4 may be one of those “honest trifles”—he also makes
    deliberate, even when only slight, perversions just out of the sheer orneriness that is his
    nature. So if the real date was, for instance, October 2, he would make it October 4 in
    order to be close to the truth but still wrong.
    It isn’t important enough to try to get it any closer. We could note, however, in
    passing, that this date of the birth puts the conception around January 1, which is nine
    months before October 1. (That would be the only true “Immaculate Conception,” by the
    way—not the conception of Mary, who, contrary to the theology of our Roman Catholic
    friends, was born with original sin and needed her Son to be her Saviour as much as
    anyone else needs Him). January 1 is close enough to our own Christmas season to keep
    the holiday spirit, with a reminder that we are celebrating the conception rather than the
    birth. We should notice also, however, that this throws off all of the other dates
    connected with Jesus: the Annunciation, et al.
    In conclusion: all of these corrections validate the two-word piece of advice we
    see now and then, even on bumper stickers: “Question everything.”
    Further advice from Scripture, when you do question everything: “Prove all
    things.” Do not assume too hurriedly that “question” means “no proved answer is
    possible.” The latter is the big mistake that liberals make.
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    Jesus was Jewish and He arrived during the Feast of Tabernacles which means what Thanksgiving and Harvest. To a Jewish mind this is simply huge information and extremely important. Christianity however, for I guess many reasons wanted to dispel with the Jewishness of the christian religion and make it their own. By doing so however, they made a huge mistake and have paid for it and will pay for it until such a time as Christ can again rectify things back to the way it was and should have remained. Much can be said and we simply haven’t the time or space to go into all of it here. I can only sum up by saying whatever happened to us fulfilling the words:

    “hey have moved me to jealousy with that which is not God; they have provoked me to anger with their vanities: and I will move them to jealousy with those which are not a people; I will provoke them to anger with a foolish nation.” Deut. 32:21

    What goes around comes around meaning all we had to do in the Christian Church was live out the life of holiness as God intended for the Jews and that means celebrating the Feast of Tabernacles as our own with a thanksgiving to God for the arrival of Christ the manna from Heaven.
    If we had done this down through the Centuries where would the world be today? And O for those who want the miraculous chew on this from my book Lies all Lies or better yet Climate Change the Work of God:

    During the summer of 1853 Oberlin
    was struck with a severe drought. The hay
    fields were dried up so there was no feed for
    the cattle. The cattle soon must die and the
    harvest fail unless rain comes. Crops had
    withered, wells dried up, and the parched
    earth became powdery.
    On Sunday morning the church was
    filled. Not a cloud was in sight and no one
    expected a drop of water to fall from the
    skies that day. The situation was desperate.
    Finney arose from his chair walked to the
    pulpit and lifted his voice in prayer.
    “O Lord! Send us rain. We pray for
    rain. Our harvests perish. There is not a
    drop for the thirsting birds. The ground is
    parched. The choking cattle lift their voices
    toward a brassy heaven and lowing, cry
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    ‘Lord give us water… We do not presume to
    dictate to Thee what is best for us, yet Thou
    dost invite us to come to Thee as children to
    a father and tell Thee all our wants. We
    want rain! Even the squirrels in the woods
    are suffering for want of it. Unless Thou
    givest us rain our cattle must die… O Lord,
    send us rain! and send it now! For Jesus
    sake!’ Amen.”
    “In the preachers voice,” reports the
    California minister, “was the plaintiveness of
    a creatures cry. I do not know whether any
    pencil caught more of this wonderful prayer,
    but all who heard it had to tell of its bold
    importunity. It had the pathos and power of
    an Isaiah.”
    Then the pastor-revivalist poured out
    his soul in a searching sermon, “hewing
    close to the line,” from the text, “I have
    somewhat against thee because thou hast
    left thy first love.”
    “Not many minutes did the sermon
    go on before a cloud about the size of a
    man’s hand came athwart the summer sky,”
    says the California preacher. “It grew fast.
    The wind rattled the shutters of the old
    church. Darkness came on the air, joy
    aroused our anxious hearts as great
    raindrops pattered on the sun-scorched
    shingles of the monumental old church.
    Finney’s lithe figure, tall as a Sioux warrior,
    ruddy as a David, trembled. His clarion
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    voice choked. God had heard his cry. The
    sermon was never finished, for torrents of
    water poured from the prayer-unlocked
    heavens. The preacher bowed over the
    pulpit and said, Let us thank the Lord for
    the rain.”
    He gave out the hymn, When all they
    mercies, O my God my rising soul surveys,
    Transported with the view, I’m lost in
    wonder, love and praise.
    The congregation could not sing for
    weeping. Then Finney lifted heavenward a
    prayer of thanksgiving and praise. “I can
    remember not a word of the closing prayer,
    but the reverent and relaxed figure, the
    pathetic voice, the pallid and awe-struck
    countenance, are vivid as if it was yesterday;
    the plank sidewalks of the dear old town
    splashed our garments as we walked home
    from a short service, of which life’s memory
    must be lasting.” This is the testimony of the
    student who sat in the gallery and saw and
    heard Finney that morning.”

    Charles Finney —– A modern day prophet Samuel.

  5. Andrea Ostrov Letania
    Andrea Ostrov Letania says:

    Under Jewish domination, Queertianity is the new faith. Anno Sodomini. And who thought that the Jews would turn the Holy Land into Sodom and Gomorrah?

    But there is a difference between Sodomania in Israel and in goy nations. In Israel, it is a symbol of Jewish Power over others. In goy nations, it is a symbol of goy submission to Jewish Power.

    Why did Jews spread Globo-Homo around the world? Because every nation has its share of alienated homos, and Jews prize them as willing collaborators of globalism because globo-homo elevates homos over the majority straight population in every nation. Homo minority elite supremacism complements Jewish minority elite supremacism. Also, the generally devious and vain nature of homos means they’re more likely to do anything, no matter how devious, to push The Agenda.

    Holo-Homo is the Jewish formula of neo-spirituality for goyim.
    Just like Christianity has its dark side and bright side — Crucifixion & Death and Christmas & Easter — , Jews used both the gloom of the Holocaust and the fanfare of homo celebration to concoct a neo-faith for the West(and the Rest as well). Holocaust parallels the death of Jesus, and Homo celebration is supposed to be like Easter.

    Homos are especially useful for Jews because homos are both ‘universal’ and ‘particular’. Unlike Jews who belong to a closed tribe, there are homos in every group, even among Muslims and Evangelical Christians. In that sense, homos are ‘universal’. But because homos constitute a small minority in any group, they also represent minority interests/rights. The universal side of homosexuality means globo-homo could be used on any people. But the particular side of globo-homo necessitates the majority straight population to revere the minority ‘gay’ population.
    As Jews are a minority everywhere except in Israel, Jews like the idea of the majority kneeling before the minority. Likewise, Jews push tranny politics because the great majority of real women are made to bow down before the minority of men who think they’re ‘women’. Minority-elite supremacism.

    • sandram
      sandram says:

      The homo proclivity is pushed biologically via contamination of the environment with xenoestrogens by jewish owned companies to assure there are plenty of gays being created. Artificial insemination, fertility treatment, pesticides, gross, chemicals spread in the sky, vaccines; all jewish design to destroy the goy. See Protocols of the Elders of Zion to read their plan for us.

      • Ned J. Casper
        Ned J. Casper says:

        The Protocols do not mention or predict these modern phenomena, or yesteday’s rainfall in Lhasa and the Ebola outbreak in Conakry for that matter, and are NOT an authentic account of a “Jewish plan for us”. It is now easy to prove this. The most that can be said for some of their almost cleverly fabricated contents and the notions of some Jews over a century ago appeared in the albeit imperfect “Secret Powers behind Revolution” (1929/1996).

  6. ariadna
    ariadna says:

    It’s not Christmas anymore. Washington DC declared December 24 Dr Fauci Day.
    Happy St. Fauci Day! December 24 is Dr Fauci Day!
    It is so much easier to worship him once you join the Covidianity cult:
    • No church to go to, stay home, don’t go out, make yourself comfortable in front of the TV. Turn on CNN.
    • No Christmas tree, just a peg at the entrance where you hang your mask that you can take off when eating.
    • No family or friends over, that is too dangerous. Gifts are appropriate if bought on Amazon and sent by mail (avoid direct contact), like a copy of this collector item:
    TIME MAGAZINE – OCTOBER 5 / 12, 2020 – THE 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE – ANTONY FAUCI

    • Peter
      Peter says:

      They mocked Dr, Fauci the other day in a program I watch as “the smartest man in the world”. Not very nice, but maybe he deserves it.

    • Seraphim
      Seraphim says:

      It’s not Christmas anymore. No Christmas tree, but plenty of Hannukah menorahs.
      “This year’s observance of the Festival of Lights comes at a time when the unbreakable bond between the United States and Israel has never been stronger. Over the past four years, my Administration has stood in unwavering solidarity with the Jewish people”.

      Why? What does Hannukah celebrate? The ‘Lights’? No, Hanukkah celebrates the victory of the heroic Maccabees over the heathen Syrian-Greek empire in 139 BCE. The symbol of the victory of Jews over Gentiles!

  7. Peter
    Peter says:

    If too many people read this, being anti-Semitic could change from being immoral to being moral. The Semites might replace the NAZIS as the ultimate evil.

  8. Forever Guilty
    Forever Guilty says:

    They attacking and mocking every pillar of Western Civilization

    “Culture of Critique” indeed

    Western scientific methods with postmodernism
    arts and history with destroying sculptures and works of art
    Family values with promoting crazy sexual abominations
    productive economy with “financial engineering ”

    But now I have some irrational feeling that they made one step way too far. World Jewry ( incl Soros & C ) stole election from beloved by American people president Donald J Trump.

    Ruling class was very afraid of Trump, so they created redundant multilayered rigged USA election. If one layer falls another layer will carry on. Unfortunately for them they have to rely on “Affirmative action” personnel, Indian programmers, and not completely sane Antifa members.
    Also its a very difficult to carry industrial scale fraud in the age of mass communications

    What it is mean there would every day and week appearing new evidence of massive fraud and it will not end well for some tribe.

  9. Pierre de Craon
    Pierre de Craon says:

    I thank Ed Connelly for this update to his fine original article. I hope he can take pleasure in a job well done, especially as there must have been little or no pleasure to be found in the filth he had to review to complete his task.

    To Ed, to Kevin, and to the hardworking moderators, I offer a sincere wish for a joyous and blessed Christmas. Hope for the West’s future doesn’t lie thick on the ground at present, but if consciousness of the Incarnational mystery underlying the celebration of Christmas should become as lost or contemptible to White men and women as it is to our implacable foes, whatever hope remains won’t be worth the having.

  10. Chris
    Chris says:

    When will our brethren on the dissident right realize that Christians are the number one enemy for Jews and that whites are only the ersatz enemy?

    • Pierre de Craon
      Pierre de Craon says:

      Perhaps never; certainly not before blood begins to be spilt. They remain brothers withal, and we should fight alongside them while upholding principle and teaching by example.

  11. pterodactyl
    pterodactyl says:

    Christmas unites white people as we all join together in a major special day shared by all white nations, one that elevates the value of the family unit, although not such a happy day for those who are not part of a happy family, although these less fortunate ones realise what they are missing and those who are still able to can be more resolved to achieve this happy state of affairs.

    The ‘right’, as with the rest of the population, is divided into the religious and non-religious, with a lot of the right rejecting Christianity as it is based on the Jew’s religion and elevates Jewish heroes and special days of the Old Testament, for example it celebrates passover when the babies of the Jews enemies were murdered. These anti-Christianity sections of the right also think it makes us weak and passive, and that it takes the focus away from loyalty to race and replaces it with the concept that we are all equal in the eyes of God.

    However, because of this divide in the right, the religious right can focus on the nativity story and the hymns (and the amazing quality of music and words can be appreciated by us all, as they can only have arisen, like church architecture, from a high culture – see the Christmas video put up on Christmas video by K MacDonald in the next article for an example), and the non-religious right and pagans can focus on the snow and Santa Claus and the Christmas tree. So the occasion caters for all types.

    So when the Jews help to make ‘White Christmas’ and snowy scenes to become part of our culture, they are actually helping to entrench this white gentiles’ greatest day of the year and give it even more happy associations. So if the aim was to make it into a non-religious occasion, all they were doing in practice was enhancing the status of this special gentile’s day.

    Even the title ‘White Christmas’ makes us smile at the double meaning and infuriates our enemies.

  12. Martin
    Martin says:

    My opinion is that many (most?) people who are of Jewish lineage in are secular, agnostic or atheist. For those people their god is wealth and power. Their verbal altruism is the drug that makes them feel good in spite of their greed. They’re no different than the Jews who were driven from the Temple by Jesus. Certainly no different from non-Jews who have no faith in God and seek only wealth and power on this Earth. Christianity (and Judaism) teaches that we must keep our faith in God, follow his Commandments and trust that he will reward us for doing so. Just like Jesus we must fight against the evil on this earth and know that God is with us from now, at the hour of our death and forever thereafter. May God bless everyone.

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