This is me, Eccles

This is me, Eccles
This is me, Eccles

Sunday, 27 December 2020

Christians are white supremacists

We are truly grateful to one Jen Bokoff for reminding us that "Merry Christmas" is a white supremacy slogan, and a sign to the world that you intend to enslave people of inferior cultures, and, quite possibly, exterminate them.

Jen balls

That's telling us!

Of course this goes back to the universally recognised fact that Jesus was a blond-haired Aryan type, and nothing whatsoever to do with ancient Judaea. Moreover, as Jen will confirm, His message was not "Peace on Earth" but more a sort of "Let's smite all the foreigners!"

Clearly, "Merry Chistmas" is a totally inappropriate thing to say at Christmastide, and the alternative words "Bah! Humbug!" are the most truly woke way of recognising the feast. There are other things one can do to mark the occasion, such as scream "Black lives matter!" at your neighbour, possibly just after looting a shoe shop or throwing a statue into the river. You might also try saying "Merry Floydmas" in honour of the most saintly person who ever lived. And don't forget to take the knee!

Cardinal Sarah

"I never knew I was a white supremacist until Jen told me to Bokoff!"

Our thanks again to Jen for putting us straight on this. Next week, how St Peter was literally Hitler, and why "Happy New Year" is sexist and racist.


  1. This is the same atheism professed by the infiltrated Marxist apostates who support BLM

  2. The Sarah photo is perfect! So, I wish you a wonderful future 365 days and some nice seasons. There. I think I'm finally catching on, thanks to you, Eccles.

  3. Would 'A very Marxist Christmas' do?

    1. Anything but "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas."

  4. A few hours after reading this, I went out into the street, and was greeted by a large banner spanning one of Jakarta's arterial routes which proclaimed indiscriminately to all passers-by, Christian, Muslim and others alike: Selamat Hari Natal dan Tahun Baru, ie, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
    But it's OK because come Idul Fitri there will probably be a large banner wishing us all the best for Idul Fitri, so that everything is perfectly balanced, as all things should be.