The company Nestlé made a huge politically correct move against Christianity this week that has Christians all over the world up in arms.
After Lidl, also Nestlé removes Christian cross from Greek yogurt packagingThe world’s largest food and beverage company Nestlé has removed a Christian cross from its Greek yogurt packaging representing an orthodox church in the Greek island of Santorini. The decision reminds the one previously done by supermarket giant Lidl ‘not to hurt sensibility of other religions’.
This is yet another example of a company making a move against Christianity in the name of political correctness. This is due to leftists who are on a mission to remove any kind of Christian symbol from every product they can. Leftists claim that they want to ensure that people are free to worship any religious faith that they want to, unless of course that faith is Christianity. Thanks to them, even a simple Christian cross has been deemed "offensive" in the politically correct Western world.
As we move into the holiday season, the war on Christmas is likely to start once again. While this time of year was once a time of love and good cheer, it is now a time when grumpy liberals launch protests at businesses that dare to mention the Christmas holiday. These days, even saying the words "Merry Christmas" can land someone in hot water, as liberal snowflakes find this phrase "triggering."
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