Candy Canes Banned for Reminding Principal of Jesus
If you are ever attacked by a vampire and can’t find candle holders to present in the shape of a cross like Peter Cushing in “Horror of Dracula,” an alternative is to hold up a candy cane upside down so that it resembles the letter J for Jesus. This may actually work on the moonbats who run public schools. Principal Jennifer Sinclair of Manchester Elementary School in Omaha has banned candy canes among other cultural artifacts relating to Christmas. From an actual memo sent out to teachers:
Santas or Christmas items (clipart) on worksheets
Christmas trees in classrooms
Elf on the Shelf – that’s Christmas-related
Singing Christmas Carols
Playing Christmas music
Sending a Scholastic book that is a Christmas book – that’s Christmas-related
Making a Christmas ornament as a gift – This assumes that the family has a Christmas tree which assumes they celebrate Christmas. I challenge the thought of, “Well they can just hang it somewhere else.”
Candy Cane – that’s Christmas-related. Historically, the shape is a “J” for Jesus. The red is for the blood of Christ, and the white is a symbol of his resurrection. This would also include different colored candy canes.
Red/Green items – traditional Christmas colors
Christmas videos/movies and/or characters from Christmas movies
All of this is explicitly banned in order to be “inclusive and culturally sensitive” according to Sturmführer Sinclair. The technical term for this is cultural genocide.
Polar bears, penguins, and “Holidays Around the World – purposeful presentation of information to teach about different cultures” are explicitly allowed.
A social engineer’s work will not be done until American culture has been abolished, including all remnants of Christianity and especially Christmas. That’s why public school educrats make the big bucks and get the extravagantly generous retirement packages that are bankrupting whole states.
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