Montana Costco: The Blurry Holidays, The Agenda, The Propaganda


Costco and other businesses are hot on the propaganda trail trying to make ‘holidays’ (which were never traditional holidays anyway) something they should not be. They aim to offer cake and fun to get their Agenda across and at the corporate level. Read through this article and click on the links at the end to learn more.

The following article was written by a local Flathead County resident who is more than concerned with what the local Costco, as well as statewide (and Costco in general), is up to.

“The times, they are a changin’. This is certainly true when it comes to the celebration of holidays. We once, not too long ago, largely celebrated holidays as family gatherings with a religious focus, or set aside time to honor our veterans, or even came together to welcome a new year. We took this for granted. Now, apparently, the observance of holidays is going global. The focus of many recent observances has become both global and political.

Many of us have just observed Pi Day, March 14, a cause for celebration that seemingly appeared out of the blue. Maybe our workplace offered us a slice of pie and put up a poster telling us why. But are the initiators really spending time and advertising funding honoring a mathematical formula, or does this serve other purposes, such as broadening the scope of what’s worth celebrating beyond religious and family-centered themes? 

Now we have World Water Day, March 22, right on its heels. Both of these celebrations are promoted by the United Nations, specifically UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). And April 22 is Earth Day, sponsored by UN Habitat. See a pattern here?

Raising global awareness is a politically based agenda. Holiday celebrations are family occasions. Blurring the line here may serve to dilute the power of the latter and, over time, mutate the entire idea of a holiday into something a lot less traditional.

Is this what we want?

Gathering around the break room table for fruit, cake and political propaganda seems to be the new way. Just make sure you understand that someone is spending a helluva lot of funding promoting it for a reason.

Local Costco (Kalispell) thinks it’s a good idea to bribe employees with food and spin out propaganda for UNESCO-initiated “holidays.”

To read more about the propaganda promoted Pi-Day click here.

To read more about the propaganda promoted World Water Day click here.

To read more about the propaganda promoted International Mother Earth Day click here.

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