Political Parody As a Weapon Part LXVI

Political Parody As a Weapon Part LXVI; Apparently, someone wants to deck the halls with opponents’ bowels.

In Part LXV , our last segment, we examined the events of December 7, 1941 and thereabouts through the lens of the woke and the fuzzy lens of the current White House occupant. This week, we will return to the evergreen lot of song parody and arboreal symbols of celebration.

Earlier this month, there was a report of a bit of an imbroglio in the birthplace of American independence, Philadelphia, PA. Government officials in the City of Brotherly Love welcomed the Christmas season through the lighting of its “holiday” tree. The article goes on to recount the city’s earlier attempts to re-name the Christmas Village, despite other progressive municipalities having the good judgment to leave the name of Christmas alone.

In the birthplace of the American Revolution, some local officials in Massachusetts have continued the battle against Christmas and its symbols even farther. The public library in Dedham, MA had decided against displaying a Christmas Tree at all, until Fox News host Jesse Watters brought attention to matter. Of course, a member of the Human Rights Commission in the town was unhappy with reversal, and in accordance with her surname, said the quiet part at a volume that was difficult to ignore.

Apparently, Diane Loud had previously been appointed to the Human Rights Council, which the article notes was established in 2017 and a quote from the town’s website describes was established to ensure “residents of the Town enjoy equal opportunity to participate in and enjoy life in the Town regardless of their race, color, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, marital, family or military status, socio-economic status, ex-offender status, or disability.” The article also notes Diane Loud was interviewed at an LGBT event in Dedham earlier in the year with her adult transgender child Max, and was quoted as saying “I think it’s really important for everybody to be celebrated and feel affirmed.”

The article did not indicate whether or not there was a sign on Diane Loud’s lawn that announced “Hate Has No Home Here”, along with a profession of the self-identified creed of the left. It did offer a series of quotes from the proponent of individual celebration and affirmation, who was appointed to a government body to ensure no one was denied an opportunity to enjoy life in the town on the basis of religion or other factors. Among these quotes were the following thoughts:

“I hope [you know] the fact that you – who claim to believe in Christ and Christmas or whatever happy horses— you’re trying to hide behind – are the least gracious, most hateful, most disgusting trash in the world.”

The article also quotes Diane Loud demanding to know where in the Bible the Christmas tree could be found, and claimed in a profanity-laced series of posts that the library manager who supported such a display (or objected to its absence) had “…put people’s lives in a lot of danger. A LOT of danger…”

This, of course, is the new accusation that the left tosses around whenever it has lost an argument. While “racist” was the label with which leftists and their fellow travelers would try to tag those who bested them in debate, now transphobic proponents of violence against the vulnerable is the category hoisted upon those who question the leftist agenda, as Senator Josh Hawley also discovered during this questioning of Professor Bridges.

The article goes on to provide Diane Loud’s concluding remarks to her online commentary with these thoughts on those who spoke out in favor of displaying symbology celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, and the season of giving and good will that surrounds it:

“In closing, I would like to add a F— YOU, YOU PIECES OF TRASH. I hate each and every one of you and I do wish great suffering on you. You are terrible, terrible people. And you did it all because you didn’t get your way. You are despicable…”.

Perhaps Philadelphia City Council has a place for Diane Loud, now that she is no longer with the Human Rights Council in Dedham, MA.

Despite her many issues, I wish a very Merry Christmas to her and all who don’t believe.

It is ironic that in secular television specials in the past such as “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”, those who felt different at Santa’s North Pole operation fled or were banished to the Island of Misfit Toys, but proved their worth and were integrated back into the mainstream at the North Pole when it was shown that their differences actually contributed to improving life there and the achievement of their goals. The leftist dream promoted today would have the whole operation turned into the Island of Misfit Toys in the name of equity, at least until the Abominable Snowman came in and killed and ate them all (the Bumble could not have been tamed by Yukon Cornelius following the fall into the crevasse, as armed cisgender white males would never be permitted to remain in such a utopia).

In honor of all of those who don’t wish to culturally appropriate the Teutonically originated symbols of a religion that got its origins among Jews in the Middle East, I offer this reworking of the 60+ year old song recorded by Brenda Lee and others which tried to impart a rock & roll vibe to the Christmas carol, as I wish all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year:

Messin’ around with Christmas tree
Is the left wing bully way
They have to control each thought you think
and every word you say

Messin’ around with Christmas tree
Is the worst stupidity
Try to block out the Christian world
All for inclusivity

They all get a sentimental feeling when they hear
Tear the tree down, start the fire
Sacrifice it all for Gaia

Messin’ around with Christmas tree
To destroy the holiday
Everyone thinking just the same
In the new progressive way

They all get a sentimental feeling when they hear
Voices singing, go for broke
Preach the gospel of the woke

Messin’ around with Christmas tree
Elevate iniquity
This is how the left achieves
Its dreams of equity

#Parody #Ridicule #Alinsky #Bide

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2 thoughts on “Political Parody As a Weapon Part LXVI”

    • I didn’t see that. Thanks for the heads up. Stuart Margolin did well in “Death Wish” , as “Little Joe” in “Kelly’s Heroes”, and amused in his brief vignettes in “Love, American Style”; but nothing equaled his virtuoso supporting role as the honesty and loyalty-challenged Angel Martin.

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