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A greatest threat never known
Posted on Tuesday, November 27 2007 @ 01:07:57 Eastern

For many years past and present, a terrible force has been lurking. Hiding within the cold confines of the Earth's polar ends. Yet no one has ever suspected it. No one has ever considered it. But this makes this threat all the more to be feared.

This threat to our society is none other than the greatest, most powerful communist leader on the face of the planet. His name... is Santa Claus.
Santa Claus, Kris Kringle, Saint Nicholas, whatever you want to call them, they are all one, and the same.

"But he is Santa Claus," you exclaim in defiance, "he stands for all that is good!"
Nay, reader, Claus stands for all that is equal. Please, if you will, allow me to explain.

To begin, Claus wears a garb of crimson. Red, the color most affiliated with communist government. The Soviet flag was red. The Khmer Rouge wore red. And then there are the Red Scares of the 1920's and the 1950's.

He lives in the farthest reaches of the North Pole, within the Arctic Circle. There, he can operate unchallenged, as few are willing to reach an area so uninhabitable, and even still, no one can find him there.

His very domain is ruled by his communist ideal. His labor-worker elves receive everything in equal. Equal pay and equal property, equal housing, equal everything. And even right under your nose, Claus teaches this blood-red 'ideal' to your children. Those who are good little boys and girls, he brings them gifts in exchange for their servitude in the form of good behavior, those who are naughty, are punished with a black lump of coal.
"But then why do some kids receive more, and better, presents?" you may ask.
If you would, look back to the book Animal Farm, where "Some are more equal than others."

For that, this man can even be compared to the infamous Big Brother, from the novel 1984, by George Orwell. Everyone is kept in their place, those who are different are punished, and 'cured', put on the dreaded Naughty List, under his ever watchful eye.

Claus even goes so far as to not only teach his communism to our children, but he also controls their mind, exploiting toy and game makers' popular works. He even stepped forward and kept the children in place with a game as rotten as Pokémon, which I have also covered in months past.

Now you know this threat to our children, and to our society as a whole. This man must be stopped. And always remember:

He sees you when you're sleeping. He knows when you're awake. He knows if you've been bad or good, so be good... for goodness' sake.

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