Dec 232015

Someone on social media enlightened me yesterday. Allegedly I have been committing a significant PC sin by wishing people a “Merry Christmas”. Allegedly the correct greeting I should be using is… “Happy Holidays”.

Seriously… eat a dick. If a Muslim wishes me a Happy Eid, a Jew a Happy Hanakah a Buddhist a Happy Vesak or any other religion a happy ‘whatever’ my response is ‘right on brother/sister’. I respect their religion and their right to use a greeting aligned with it.

People need to chill the hell out. Political correctness is a hot load of crap that generates a passive society unwilling to stand up for itself. So, if you want to wish someone a Merry Christmas then holiday the f$ck up and ride that pony to the ranch.

And, in line with the theme of a politically incorrect Christmas, Holiday Season, Hannakah or whatever you’re running with, I’m giving away a book filled with the holiday spirit of gifting copious amounts of lead to really shit people.

For the next few days PRIMAL Unleashed, my first full length novel, is available for free. So spread some freedom and enjoy the hell out of it.





Merry Christmas.



  2 Responses to “What do you mean I can’t say “Merry Christmas”?”

  1. Well said. I don’t tell anyone else how to say think or speak their seasons greetings I certainly don’t want anyone else doing the same to me.
    Too many people are concerned with micro aggressions and feeling threatened by the silliest things and ignoring truly important issues by making thing out of changing Christmas and Holiday simply because of its religious implication. I don’t stomp on their religious practice don’t stomp on mine. Stop being so damn sensitive people.

  2. Thank you for the book share I look forward to reading your work.

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