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Jewish Christmas Songs Destroy Meaning Of “Holiday”


The expression “Holiday” comes from the words “Holy Day”.

The word holy means “divine” or “sacred”

“Holiday” originally referred only to special religious feast days. In Catholic Europe, communities gathered at their Church and had festivals to celebrate their ancient traditions. (Protestants hated Christmas and claimed it was pagan…)

However in modern culture, “Holiday” simply refers to any periods of rest or relaxation away from normal days at work or school.

Modern “holidays” are not holy, divine, or sacred. Although some still do attend church, we have lost many of our ancient traditions.

How did this happen? How did we forget who we are and where we came from?

It has been a gradual process that has progressed throughout the last century.

More specifically, understanding the transformation of Christmas gives us a better understanding of what has occurred.

In 1940, Jewish songwriter Irving Berlin was coming up with music for “Holiday Inn”, a movie featuring Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, and Virginia Dale.

The movie is about a man who opens up an expensive vacation resort that will only be open on holidays. Tourists visit the resort on “holidays” to relax and watch famous entertainers perform. (Not celebrating ancient traditions or enjoying the sacred bonds of family and community)

Berlin wrote “White Christmas” and “The Easter Parade” to be featured and performed in the film. However, those songs actually have nothing to do with those holidays.

In fact, the purpose of these songs was actually to destroy the meaning of these holidays.


In “Operation Shylock: A Confession”, Jewish author Philip Roth explained:

“The radio was playing “Easter Parade” and I thought, But this is Jewish genius on a par with the Ten Commandments. God gave Moses the Ten Commandments and then He gave to Irving Berlin “Easter Parade” and “White Christmas.: The two holidays that celebrate the divinity of Christ – the divinity that’s the very heart of the Jewish rejection of Christianity – and what does Irving Berlin brilliantly do? He de-Christs them both! Easter he turns into a fashion show and Christmas into a holiday about snow.”

Roth adds:

“Gone is the gore and the murder of Christ – down with the crucifix and up with the bonnet! He turns their religion into schlock. But nicely! Nicely! So nicely the goyim don’t even know what hit ‘em. They love it. Everybody loves it. The Jews especially. Jews loathe Jesus.  People always tell me Jesus is Jewish. I never believe them.

Many Jewish songwriters have joined Irving Berlin’s mission to destroy the meaning of Christmas:

1944: The Christmas Song (Mel Tormé & Robert Wells)

1945: Let it Snow! (Sammy Cahn & Jule Styne)

1943: I’ll Be Home For Christmas (Walter Kent & Buck Ram)

1948: Sleigh Ride (Mitchell Parish)

1949: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)

1950: Silver Bells (Jay Livingston & Ray Evans)

1953: Santa Baby (Joan Javits & Phillip Springer)

1958: Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree (Johnny Marks)

1963: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year (George Wyle)

1965: A Holly Jolly Christmas (Johnny Marks)

The Jews are working to destroy everything that is holy, sacred, and pure to us. They want to destroy our ancient traditions and our culture.

These may be “Christmas songs”, but they are not actually about Christmas. They were written to transform the holiday into a meaningless celebration.

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