Christmas is a moment in the year when we put aside the ugly and the contentious, and remind ourselves of the aspirational beauty and peace. It is therefore not surprising that globalists should opportunistically attach their own messages to the celebration of Christ’s birth. The devil wraps his poison in attractive packaging. Below are two Christmas-themed commercials that sell the bestialization and emasculation of the Western man:
The Allegro Commercial
Allegro is an online buying and selling service, similar to eBay. The commercial features an old man in Poland who orders an English for Beginners book and teaches himself to speak the language. He travels to the U.K. and arrives at an upper-middle-class house, where he is greeted by his son and his black daughter-in-law. He then uses what he learned to introduce himself to his mixed-race granddaughter.
Comments on Polish-language articles about the ad are overwhelmingly woke. One heavily up-voted comment says: “couldn’t he have just gone to the zoo?” The more dialectical comments point to a myriad other moral failings of the ad, from identitarian to commonplace ones like “why was it the grandfather who had to do the traveling and why didn’t his son even pick him up at the airport?”
Mrs. Santa Delivers
In this English commercial, a boy is an incessant nuisance to his sister and ruins her favorite shoes. Overwhelmed with feelings of worthlessness (which are confirmed by his father), he writes a letter to Santa Claus to replace those shoes. The job is accomplished by the oblivious Santa’s sharp-witted wife, who secretly delivers the shoes and all is “well.”
There are limits of the extent to which shit can be concealed by its pretty veil. Despite the trappings of tradition in the above ads, unease lingers in anyone who will have watched either of them. Wherever someone’s disgust threshold lies, one can only gorge on so many Big Macs before he vomits it all up.
Here is something to wash away the poison: