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A few months ago, our creative director responsible for branding the ERLC’s logo on various clothing items such as polo shirts or jackets was informed by a nationally-known brand that the ERLC’s mission did not align with their corporate values, and we were prohibited from putting our logo on their clothing. To put it bluntly, the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention, was unabashedly discriminated against.
When our creative director walked into my office to notify me of this, my first response was to smile. Why? Because the ERLC had been the victim of discrimination, and I knew an opportunity like this meant the ERLC could pursue the moral high ground. What progressivism does to dissenters, we would not do to them.
I’m not going to identify what the particular brand was that discriminated against the ERLC, because the ERLC is not looking to score points against this particular company nor are we looking to file any type of lawsuit.
Another option was available: Avail ourselves of the hundreds or thousands of other companies that would be willing to take our money in exchange for their product. We did.
If the ERLC were on the side of righteousness, they’d recognize we are in a cultural war, and eschew that ‘moral high ground’ bullshit, and take that clothing company to court and force them to live or die by the standards their own side has created.
But of course, since they are Soros’ tools, they’ll do what he orders, which is to lose ‘with honor’ blah blah blah.
Nurses in Australia will soon have to say “Sorry for being White” before treating patients in the hospital…
On the heel’s of yesterday’s reblog:
Lest you think this is satire, see the Daily Mail story below too:
Back in the day, we used to have some Aussie regulars who always boasted that their land was less proggified than the rest of the West.
I warned them that they weren’t immune down under, that it was only a matter of time.
This is just the latest example, of which there have been many in recent years.
Hey, Aussie former commenters: You’re getting the suckage, the poz, just like the rest of the West. I was right, you were wrong. Sucks to be you just as much as it sucks to be us.
Enjoy the Decline, Aussies. With some more chook on the Barbie and all that.
So we have Sunday shopping, alas, and have had for some years now.
However, usually on public statutory holidays like Canada Day (which is tomorrow), many businesses close.
But I’ve noticed that this year, oddly enough, many businesses that normally close on holidays (including government-run provincial liquor stores) like Canada Day are actually staying open this year and instead closing on Monday, thus matching what the banks and civil service do (take off Monday if a holiday lands on a Sunday).
But that means that they stay open on the day of the holiday itself – which they otherwise normally take off – and instead close the day after the holiday, which makes no sense.
Apparently commerce is more important to them not only than the Lord’s Day, but even special individual Sundays here and there which happen to also be public holidays, period.
Bow down before Mammon, greedy businesses and government-run liquor stores, etc.
For that is your true god. At least the mask is off this time; I suppose we should be thankful for that at least…