Christmas Trees Forbidden on UN Territory

Don’t look for Christmas trees at the Copenhagen summit, where bureauweenies are gathering from around the world to push global socialism in the name of the polar bears. After all, it’s “UN territory.”

Since Christmas is a religious holiday, it has no place at a United Nations event, said officials planning the event.

A sponsor providing fir trees for the conference’s Christmas trees learned this the hard way when it was turned away by planners of the international event, the Copenhagen Post reported.

The trees, commonly used as Christmas trees in Denmark, were originally to be placed outside the Bella Center, where the 11-day conference will be held from Dec. 7 – Dec. 18.

But…

“We have to remember that this is a U.N. conference and, as the center then becomes U.N. territory, there can be no Christmas trees in the decor, because the U.N. wishes to maintain neutrality,” said Denmark Foreign Ministry official Svend Olling.

“Neutrality” is bureaucratese for stamping out anything remotely Christian.

If Obama is able to sign away our sovereignty at Copenhagen for the sake of protecting the planet from harmless carbon emissions, we’ll be a step closer to the day that the whole world is “UN territory,” and no one will ever be oppressed by any remnant of Christmas ever again.

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A UN bureaucrat in Copenhagen.

On a tip from mega. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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