Because only SOME folks deserve to be included

Ah, the Left and their DIVERSITY, and INCLUSION BS! It is past time we told these whiners to take a flying leap!

Researchers at Simon Fraser University in Canada, found non-Christians feel less self-assured and have fewer positive feelings if a Christmas tree was in the room.

The scientists conducted the study using 77 Christians and 57 non-believers, including Buddhists and Sikhs.

The participants did not know the survey was about Christmas, and were asked to fill in questions about themselves both when a 12-inch Christmas tree was in the room and when it was not.

“Non-celebrators” reported fewer positive feelings and less self-assurance in the Christmas room. Christians were mostly cheered by the tree.

Christians, however, did report feeling more guilt when a tree was in the room, which, claim the researchers, suggests the holidays can be stressful.

Michael Schmitt, a social psychologist behind the research, decided to carry out the study after controversy over whether Christmas should be celebrated in public in case it offends non-Christians.

He said: “Simply having this 12-inch Christmas tree in the room with them made them feel less included in the university as a whole, which to me is a pretty powerful effect from one 12-inch Christmas tree in one psychology lab.

“I don’t think it’s really going to undermine anyone’s experience of Christmas to tone it down.

Look, if you do not celebrate Christmas, fine, but do not think you can force others not to as well! GROW UP!

3 thoughts on “Because only SOME folks deserve to be included”

  1. So, to be clear on this one, this study proves that non-Christians suffer emotional stress at the sight of a Christmas tree? Based on the evidence gleaned from the exhaustive 12 question survey of 134 people out of a total world population of 6.9 billion?

    I polled 1 person and I conclude this survey is full of crap.

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