Wow... I guess calling Christmas "Christmas" is getting less and less politically correct all the time. Now even the Red Cross is getting in on the hate.
It seems the politically-correct madness just knows no bounds.
I don't care if you're Moslem. I don't care if you're Jewish. I don't care if you're Christian. (Well, okay, I actually do care about those things, but that's not what this post is about).
'In shops people can put up decorations like tinsel or snow which are seasonal. But the guidance is that things representative of Christmas cannot be shown,' a Red Cross spokes-moron was quoted as saying.
The holiday is called CHRISTMAS. Get over it already.
If that offends you, remind me to be offended on one of YOUR religion's holidays.
How come "religious tolerance" is a one-way street, with absolutely no tolerance of Christianity, or anything Christian for that matter?
Funny... nobody wants to talk about that.
The Red Cross is fully able to make whatever stupid, moronic, asinine policy it wants.
When it makes policies like this, I'm free to make sure my donations go anywhere except the Red Cross.
It's called "voting with my dollars", and it's something I highly encourage everyone to do.