Saturday, December 25, 2010

Santa Claus as Terrorist

Proving perhaps that there remains nothing on earth that isn't on Google, my search entitled "Santa Claus Terrorist" called up 2,780,000 hits. A few examples:


Time and again, we've seen innocent people or peace groups improperly spied upon and added to terrorist watchlists. Well you won't believe who was placed on a watchlist this time -- Santa Claus! After St. Nick balked at a TSA grope down, authorities took him in for questioning regarding possible terrorist activities.

A folding paper Santa-the-Terrorist toy available here.

A survey here, asking whether people think Santa fits the "terrorist" profile. Here are someof the responses:


Answer i
Yes, nowadays, you should not be fooled of the looks. There are people who are gentle looking but terrorists.

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Answerer 2
I prefer to call him Father Christmas but he does look suspicious when he's climbing down chimneys and wearing that outlandish outfit of his. He could be mistaken for a terrorist I suppose.

* 8 months ago
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Answerer 3
I've heard some comic or television show do this bit. Stop biting off it.

* 8 months ago
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Answerer 4
No i don't think he does.
Neither does the Easter Bunny.
Common sense.

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Answerer 5
Only if the gifts he leaves blow up...

Then there is Santa as counter=terrorist, as reported by this site:

Armed Santa Claus takes on terrorist in holiday gun cards


From a release.

Santa Claus points a handgun at a masked terrorist on a Christmas card that John Michael Snyder, public affairs director of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, sends this year to a number of recipients.

Named Dean of gun lobbyists by The Washington Post and The New York Times, Snyder includes the president and members of Congress as addressees.

And how's this for a stocking stuffer?

And, yes, Virgia, there really is a Santa Claus, Georgia.

If you want to know more about the Santa Claus, Georgia, murders without buying the book, check out this site:

The Santa Claus, Georgia Murders
Jerry Scott Heidler is the subject of the book "Fear Came to Town" by Doug Crandell. It's about this young man who murdered basically the only people who'd ever cared about him, Foster parents Danny & Kim Daniels, along with their 16 year old daughter and 8 year old son. He kidnapped 3 little girls in the family and molested one of them.

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