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Tuesday, December 14, 2004

There's only one Santa

Just to correct the incorrect information in this Chosun Ilbo piece that there'd be "three Santa Clauses officially recognized by the Finnish Tourist Board", there is only one Santa Claus, and he doesn't need any official recognitions from no one. (The photo linked from Chosun.)

I think I also need to remind the readers that the US claims that Santa lives in the North Pole are utterly false and prove what kind of hegemonist power the US really is, by taking away Santa Claus from its rightful owner. Also the Swedish nonsensical claims that Santa lives in their country shows that they to treat us as just a part of Sweden like in old times and not as an independent nation.

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