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By David J. Smith
December 17, 2011

There are strange happenings in this world. Some might even say bizarre. Notice:

Muslims aren’t happy!

They are not happy in Gaza.

They are not happy in Egypt.

They are not happy in Libya.

They are not happy in Morocco.

They are not happy in Iran.

They are not happy in Iraq.

They are not happy in Yemen.

They are not happy in Lebanon.

They are not happy in Pakistan.

They are not happy in Syria.

They are not happy in Afghanistan.

Where are they happy?

They are happy in England.

They are happy in France.

They are happy in Italy.

They are happy in Germany.

They are happy in Sweden.

They are happy in the USA.

They are happy in India.

They are happy in Norway.

They are happy in every country that is NOT Muslim.

Whom do they blame?

Not Islam. Not their leadership. Not themselves.


In the countries they are happy in there is freedom. How do they use their freedom? They carry signs of hatred toward countries they consider infidels, even though that’s where they have the most freedom. In London, England, they carried signs that read: “Israel Your Days Are Numbered,” and “For World Peace Israel Must Be DESTROYED.”

What about the word Christmas? It is celebrated as Christ’s “birthday.” But is it? The Bible says that the shepherds abode in the field by night. How could they when it is so cold by December 25? They always took their sheep into barns toward the end of October.

Something else is strange about the word Christmas. The word “mass” means death in the Catholic religion. Yet, it is used for Jesus’ birth. How could this be?

In ancient paganism the sun reached its lowest level on December 25, therefore, the death of the old sun. They believed a god lived in the sun. With the death of the sun god on the winter solstice, the next day was one minute longer. This was the re-birth of the sun god. When the Catholic religion could not convert the pagans to their religion, they let the people continue to worship the sun-god. They simply said it was the birth of the Christ child, not the rebirth of the sun-god.

Just because you call a dog a cat doesn’t mean it’s a cat. It is still a dog. Just because the Catholic Church called worship of the “rebirth” of the sun-god the birth of Christ doesn’t make it so. It is still pagan and has nothing to do with Christ being born. He was born in the early fall when it was still warm at night.

The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge explains HOW this pagan festival got into the church in its article “Christmas:” “How much the date of the festival depended upon the pagan Brumalia [Dec. 25] following the Saturnalia [Dec. 17-24], and celebrated the SHORTEST day of the year and the ‘NEW SUN’ … cannot be accurately determined. The pagan Saturnalia and Brumalia were TOO deeply entrenched in popular custom to be set aside by Christian influence … The pagan festival with its riot and merrymaking was so popular that Christians were glad of an excuse to continue its celebration with little change in spirit and in manner. Christian preachers of the West and the Near East protested against the unseemly frivolity with which Christ’s birthday was celebrated, where Christians of Mesopotania accused their Western brethren of idolatry and sun worship.”

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