The man also says the Jesus similarity never occurred to him, pointing out that the blood, the crown of thorns, and the fact that, again, poor Santa is nailed to a cross are all just "a little decoration." And although some neighbors don't seem to like the unusual ornament, the man claims children love it, presumably in the same way some kids like to throw rocks at stray cats.
Couple Sets Up Anti-Santa Christmas Decorations for Politics
A Christmas lights contest is always a fun time for all involved, especially if you add a side order of "debating immigration laws with your neighbors." A couple in Australia proved that by decorating their yard with a barbed-wire fence covered in lights surrounding signs with anti-Santa propaganda like "Stop the sleds" and "We will decide who comes down our chimney and the circumstances in which they come."
"Santa, Satan ... the connections are there."
There's a point to the apparent crazy: The couple is attempting a satire on an Australian anti-asylum movement, which works to turn back boats loaded with political refugees from war-torn countries. As it turns out, they are less "insane anti-elf xenophobes" and more social justice crusaders using perhaps not the most effective platform. Hopefully Santa keeps up with politics Down Under, though, or someone's getting some reindeer turds down their chimney.