Christmas and Hanukkah: Double Standards for America!

 By: David Duke

Imagine if a Christian or Muslim group had a celebration in the White House about preventing Jews from assimilating in Gentile society! Yet Hanukkah is a celebration of Jewish military victory and the maintenance of Jewish racial purity!

Last night I saw George Bush rushing back from Afghanistan to light a Jewish Menorah erected in the White House. I stopped for a moment and said to myself, “Something’s wrong with this picture. Isn’t this the same White house, forbidden to erect a cross, or even the traditional manger scene, at Christmastime.

Perhaps nothing is more indicative of the double-standards that exist for Jews and Gentiles than to contrast the government and media treatment of Christmas and Hanukkah. The American Jewish Committee, the ADL and many other groups have been at the forefront to ban any mention of Christmas from our public life. No groups have worked harder to take Christ out of Christmas and Christmas out of our national life. The American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Council of Presidents, American Jewish Congress, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and hundreds of other Jewish organizations have been at the forefront of the effort to destroy American Christian traditions.

As a result of their litigation and bullying, the Christian part of Christmas has been stripped away from much of our national life. Not only are Christmas carols banned from public schools, but now even the mention of breaks such as the Christmas Holidays is being quietly phased out in favor of politically correct terms such as “winter holidays.” The White House has for a long time not dared to display a cross or even a manger scene for fear of the Jewish powers.. .So take a look at the picture of George Bush lighting a Jewish Menorah at the White House.

You won’t see any pictures of him erecting wooden crosses or lighting any candle-adorned crosses at the White House. Recently major Jewish organizations got raging mad because the structure of the podium of the Republican national convention they say resembled a cross. Of course it is easy for just about anything to resemble the common shape of a basic cross. But just the slight resemblance drove them to rage. When you have a persecution complex as many of them do, it is easy to believe you are being persecuted at every turn.

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