I like old Christmas movies. Every year about this time, I get out "A Christmas Story", or "Miracle On 34th Street", "A Christmas Carol" and "It's A Wonderful Life". The Christmas standards. Of course you could throw in a few more, like "Bells of St. Mary" and "The Bishop's Wife" for a more traditional religious take on the holiday. All heart-warming films, to be sure. But a few days ago I noticed on Netflix...a seasonal category of Christmas flicks and started scrolling through them. I have to admit...I was a bit surprised and even mildly offended.
Now as many of you know, I am not religious by any stretch of the word. I am not a Christian. The holiday celebrating Christ's birth, to me, is merely an ancient Winter solstice event borrowed from many cultures...and on and on. But that doesn't matter. How the day used to be celebrated in the Western Christian world was one of family get-togethers and good cheer. A symbol of family unity and altruism. I suppose that is why, beside the fact that it celebrates their arch-enemy's birth, the tribe doesn't fully participate. I say fully. But not quite.
While perusing the above mentioned films offered to the streaming audience...I found that well over half of them were written, directed or starred...jews. Now that puzzles me...a bit. But not entirely. There is money in them-there holidays. The ashkanazim don't produce these movies through any spirit they harbor for this holiday...obviously(except perhaps a feeling of jealousy). They produce these films and market the day, for money. Plain and simple. And we Gentiles let them do this. Without flinching. Perhaps that says something about the Christian sentiment of "good will toward men", or it could just be ignorance. Would it offend a Christian to understand that the only motive for making these movies(rather disgusting ones, mostly)and essentially "selling" them their own celebrations in the marketplace, is to take advantage of their seasonal spirit? To know that in the back room, the Scrooge of all Scrooges is stacking and counting their hard-earned wages spent in good faith in this season of Christ? I don't see how it couldn't. Offend, I mean.
But it doesn't.
Gentiles tear each other apart on Black Friday(appropriately named) sales to give all they can afford(and much that they cannot) to this anti-Christ. This amazes me. Not the intention of shoppers to please their loved ones...a yearly expression of love and regard for their family and friends...but their method of providing unparalleled profit to those that are merely in it for the bucks. That offends me. Big time.
Maybe it's time it offended you. When you see Ben Stiller capturing rental fees for a Christmas movie, shouldn't you be as incensed as were, say... the Asians that were subjected to Amerikan portrayals of themselves in 40's films? Or American Indians disgusted at the characterizations of their culture by Caucasian hollyweird actors? Or endless other images of cultural impostors on the screen. What does offend a Christian... I would like to know. How much tongue-in-cheek ridicule and profiteering of what is sacred to them can they brook? They have stolen the Christian Holy Land along with their Holiest Day...I guess film images are trivial in comparison. I dunno.
Of course I understand that what "Christmas" has become in the Occident is nothing more than black ink to the tribe...and has been so for almost a century...and it gets worse every year. I comprehend that it is no longer a real religious holiday to most...and that we have the tribe to thank. But I wonder. I wonder what this day would be like if there were no such thing as judaism. Would it be a quiet heart-warming day celebrating peace, good will and reflection...as I believe it was always meant to be? Would it be like those old Christmas movies that I keep going back to?
But then again...what would the other 364 days of the year be like without the organized money-grubbing and war-profiteering of the yiddish? There are selfish impulses in even the best of we Gentiles. But how would our world be different without the encouragement of these negative influences, by those that live by such decadence, I ponder.
Anyway...film being the escape that IT was always meant to be...I'm going to queue up a couple more old Gentile portrayals of Christmas. Ones without the sick humor and slick decadence that is the khazarian version of what I like to think of as a special season.
Merry Christmas to all...Gentiles