I’m having a surprisingly good Christmas in Chicago. It’s brutally cold, which I like, as I’m one of the “Ice People” 🙂
I also chanced upon a special CTA elevated Christmas train, with an open Santa Claus and reindeer car. Inside the train was packed with mostly young mothers and beautiful children, a good sound system was playing Bruce Springsteen’s “Santa Claus is coming to Town” and some of the passengers were singing along. I did the deep voice chorus of the black guy Clarence, “You better be good for goodness sake.” The crowd appreciated my singing. I also enjoyed the Black American CTA workers dressed in Santa Claus red giving candy canes to children. Most regular Black Americans like Christmas and don’t go in for any Jewish cultural Marxist war against Christmas stuff or Kwanzaa, which has pretty much died here in Chicago, thank God.
Tonight I want to share a special Christmas history lesson about the spontaneous Christmas Eve World War I truce on the Western Front, where British and German troops in the trenches disobeyed their officers and implemented a front line soldier Christmas truce. The voice/teacher is a very talented writer with some disappointing character flaws which include slandering the editor of Occidental Dissent. Oh well. I love this commentary on the 1914 Christmas Truce: