The UK is a Christian country. A big part of Christian, is the birth of Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem on December 25th. It doesn’t matter whether you agree with the adage or not, we are a Christian country and our beliefs, values and traditions should be upheld and protected by the people we elected to serve, instead we’re catering to illegal migrants and non-Christians.
Recently, an article was published by WalesOnline, reporting that a diversity group says it’s time to rethink Christmas because Christianity is on a decline and people (including illegals) feel left out as their traditions aren’t celebrated. A question I posed was, if they feel left out because we aren’t celebrating their customs and traditions surely they should go back to their own country? Why should we have to cater to illegal migrants in our own country? Every other country is allowed to keep their own cultures, and do whatever they can to maintain it, but when we say we want to do the same in the UK we’re branded “racist”, “far-right”, “xenophobic”, etc?
Over the past few years, this woke culture, as outlined above, has penetrated universities, who are now teaching everything from an extremely Marxist standpoint. Most recently, in fact, was Brighton University who published an ‘Inclusive Language Guidance’ document, which was sent to all lecturers and teachers at the university. Before we continue, here’s the problem, any student who pushes this woke crap, may not release it, but is setting themselves up to be cancelled in the future. For example, Jack Maynard was kicked off I’m a Celebrity rather quickly because of a few tweets he posted 10 years prior. Over a decade ago, no one would’ve thought that saying “a woman doesn’t have a penis” could become offensive, and now it’s an arrestable offense. The gist of it is, even the lefties who are saying the most PC things possible, could be setting themselves up to be cancelled in the future. This is because offense is subjective… it’s down to you and your feelings
In this ‘inclusive language guidance’, they ‘recommend’ using the phrase “winter closure period” in place of “Christmas” because it’s apparently “too Christian-centric”. It also recommends that they don’t ask people about their “Christian name.”
According to a report by the Daily Mail, the guide, “Actively aims to promote and maintain an inclusive and diverse academic community in which students and staff are free from bullying, harassment and victimisation… to empower staff to use inclusive language confidently and effectively, in order to ensure that both students and staff alike feel safe, valued and respected.”
The guidance, was developed by both staff and student, “is part of [a] shared commitment to making Brighton a place where everyone feels respected and valued.”
Respected and valued? What about the Christians, of which you’re discriminating against their faith?