Once upon a time, a long time ago, Christians in America celebrated the holy days or “holidays” leading up to December 25th with feasts and gift giving in the spirit of love, generosity and spiritual well wishing that Christmas celebrated:
“Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men”
The word “holiday” originally derived from the phrase “holy day”. Traditionally a “holy day” was also indicated to be a sacred day, or a series of sacred days, thus the word: “holidays.”
But in America we have long ago abandoned our original Christian “holy days” for the depraved and debauched consumer inversion which has replaced them, hideously named by the secular media as “Black Friday.” Every year it gets worse, and every year I am even more ashamed about the behavior of millions of Americans, mostly youngish, who literally behave like wild animals to save a few bucks on a TV or a cell phone or some sexy underwear. I could opine for pages about this tragically socially engineered human zoo, but I’ll let the videos speak for themselves.
If anything I have ever witnessed bore witness to the new “Anti-Christian” spirit of “X-Mass” it’s the annual “Black Friday” orgy of selfish crowds trampling each other to death over holiday bargains.
The annual shopping orgy of “Black Friday’ is really nothing more than an annual “Black Mass” exalting extreme mindless consumerism. Supposedly the first day of the “Christmas holiday season,” utterly nothing is Christlike or holy about it, at least not as the day plays out in the American public square of commerce. To launch the so called Christmas holidays or [holy days] with such a sordid example of the disintegration of all better human behavior in public is befitting a nation which has, by this time, strayed so far from it’s original Christian roots as to be practically unrecognizable.
I stopped participating in the annual consumer orgy more than 25 years ago. I was still very young, but even then I knew that “Black Friday” had alot more to do with the display of the most depraved behavior in public than it had to do with putting retailers balance sheets into the black for the year.
Today, more than 30 years later, I wouldn’t be caught dead [ pun totally intended ] trying to shop in this rabid melee on the day after Thanksgiving. It’s a repugnant annual spectacle that reminds me of the fact that entire human populations, raised on social engineered TV adverts from babyhood to believe they are “consumers” rather than living souls of spiritual dignity, are now reduced to animal behavior for a “discount.” Millions of Americans have become the Frankenstein creation of their hidden Illuminati overlords. They are replete socially engineered consumers, literally willing to trample their own children or claw their neighbor’s eyes out to get their share of holiday specials. I will grant this short lived season of Godless victory to the Illuminati corporate elites, who relish these riots with certain diabolical glee. But I also remind them that their day will come.
It might take another twenty years, or fifty years, or five hundred years, but it won’t always be this way. My King is coming soon. The desecration and debauchery of this world and her people won’t go on forever.
Shopping Frenzy Hall of Shame for 2012:
- Black Friday spawns chaotic scenes as America goes wild in the aisles | Matt Williams (guardian.co.uk)
- Everything You Need To Know About Black Friday (huffingtonpost.com)
- black friday: the apocalypse is coming (dlmayfield.wordpress.com)
- When there’s no more room in hell, the dead will shop the Black Friday sales (io9.com)
- Black Friday Activities: Post-Thanksgiving Alternatives To Shopping (huffingtonpost.com)
- Challenge: Buy Nothing Until 2013 (toddlohenry.com)
- Black Friday gobbles up Thanksgiving (scotttesta.com)
- The Black Friday shopping spiral of desperation (mbcalyn.com)
- Why So Many People Absolutely Despise Black Friday (businessinsider.com)
- Video: Shoppers fight over Wal-Mart bargain smartphones in Black Friday retail frenzy – @TelegraphWorld (telegraph.co.uk)