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Civil servants 'told to call Christmas parties "festive celebrations"' (www.dailymail.co.uk)

In another move to promote diversity and inclusion, some officials have been informed they cannot drink alcohol at a celebration if one team member is tea-total (Whitehall pictured).

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mellowyellow
mellowyellow
1 month ago

Really not an issue in the slightest.

Anton
Anton
1 month ago

This is utter stupidity, obvious copying of dumbed down, sterile Yanks – its only for urbanite corporate robots in London i guess. When i lived in east of England, almost every Muslim store owner or clerk wished me “Merry Christmas” after i paid for my stuff and we used to drink cider and beer and smoke hashish with Muslims, Christians, Hindus and Sikhs altogether, i invited my Muslim co-workers to my Christmas party before i went home to holiday and we drank vodka, ones who didn’t they were okay with their lemonade and nobody gave a s*it, everybody had a good time. Let those satanic-pedo scum in governments not divide us. Let’s celebrate CHRISTMAS and drink alcohol however you wish and whoever you wish with.

lily
lily
1 month ago

christmas isnt about the birth of jesus anyways, so it doesnt really matter, tbh its better they call it ”festive celebrations” since christ-mass actually means christ is dead (in catholic ‘mass’ means death) so basically saying merry christmas wud be saying happy death of christ. 25th of december is also the birth of many satanic gods such as mithra the sun god. basically we are celebrating sun gods birhday.. whatever it is, celebrating christmas is wrong and pagan. no where in the bible does it mention we must celebrate jesus’ bday, neither do we see anyone other than pharo and someone else celebrate their birthdays. Birthdays are known to be one of the most anticipated days of the illuminati satanists! therefor we should not clebrate.