Sunday, 16 January 2011

The European Union Forgets Christmas And Easter

But of course manages to remember Ramadan, Chinese New Year and Diwali.

From the Daily Mail

"The European Union has sent millions of diaries to schools which list the dates of Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Jewish and Chinese festivals - but omit any mention of Christian celebrations.
In an extraordinary move, three million 2011 notebooks were printed at a cost of £4.4million to the taxpayer. Around 350,000 of the diaries have already been shipped to schools in the UK alone. There is no record for Christmas, Easter or Lent - despite bureaucrats carefully listing the EU’s self-styled ‘Europe Day’ on May 9."

Christians of Europe; do you ever get the feeling the EU doesn't like you very much?
Apart from listing many cultural and religious holidays that are entirely alien to Europe, the diaries also contain much more vital information for children aged between 12 and 16 – such as the dangers of the Internet and climate change.
This is European Union propaganda at it's very worst and I do hereby declare April the 23rd of this year, St George's Day, as a day to heap these diaries onto bonfires.

Demand a referendum here.


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