The Great British Non-Easter Egg Hunt?
When even the Archbishop of Canterbury takes offence, we begin to grasp that the anti-Christian agitation in the UK is getting as insidious as the cultural marxist war on patriotism spawned by the EUSSR.
The patriotic people of the UK won a dramatic victory last year, on June 23rd, when they voted to declare independence from the Evil Empire.
But despite the fact that both England and Scotland are Christian countries, by statute, it sounds like the chocolate company Cadbury’s doesn’t feel comfortable with that constitiutional truth.
Whatever happened to Easter?
They have obliged the National Trust to collaborate in the removal of ‘Easter’ from their Great Easter Egg Hunt.
Theresa May deserves applause for her expressions of dismay.
“I’m not just a vicar’s daughter, I’m a member of the National Trust as well…I think the stance they have taken is absolutely ridiculous. I don’t know what they are thinking about frankly.“Easter’s very important. It’s important to me,” she said. “It’s a very important festival for the Christian faith for millions across the world.”
Meanwhile His Grace of Canterbury, who obviously knows that the founders of Cadbury were serious Christians, weighed in, saying the decision to omit “Easter” from the egg hunt was “tantamount to spitting on the grave of [John] Cadbury”
But listen to the creepy-crawling Cadbury clowns, whining that they wanted the event to appeal to non-Christians, saying: “We invite people from all faiths and none to enjoy our seasonal treats.”
But we need to recognise that the National Trust membership’s at fault, including Mrs. May, for electing the wrong kind of people to manage the ‘charity.’
Did Theresa vote in the NT elections? What percentage of the several million NT members did vote?
We know that the top dog in the National Trust has declared an end to its non-political role http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3028186/QUENTIN-LETTS-National-Trust-Leftie-pressure-group-doomed.html
We didn’t know how far the new leadership would be prepared to take this. We seem now to be finding out!
Easter is a Christian festival…
…THE Christian festival, really.
Just as non-Christians are welcome to enter churches, so they should be welcome to join the Easter Egg Hunt.
But NOT by excising the fundamental meaning of the event.
As Easter approaches, there are all kinds of events here in 90% Muslim Jakarta, in hotels and malls –
– and we are giving some of them a plug here on our blog if we think people will enjoy them.
The managements of those places do not cower from the word Easter and neither should Britain’s National Trust.