Charles Johnson’s Christmas DayPosted: December 26, 2013
Once a powerful voice against Islamo-fascism, then a squeaky voice against Christianity and religion in general, Charles Johnson astounded us by posting two words that he’s never posted on his blog before: “Merry Christmas.”
Something is a bit swampy in the fish when Our Boy suddenly tosses out religious greetings shared by Catholics, Baptists, Episcopalians, Methodists, Mormons and even hell-bound heathens like Presbyterians. Rummaging through the BRC Archives presents very little in terms of Holiday Cheer, let alone mentions of Christmas, merry or otherwise.
So, if you were Charles Johnson, what’s the first thing you would do on a Christmas morning?
Yeah. Terry Gilliam’s “Brazil” (1985) is high in my top ten must-watch list, but Charles doesn’t realize that its theme is pure Libertarian, anti-fascist, anti-bureaucracy. If you’ve never seen it, you’re missing out on a bizarre yet prescient movie. Here’s the trailer.
Then, Charles posts this image, on the Day of Birth of The Christ Child.