Wednesday, 17 December 2008


The Mennonite Community in Canada have launched a brilliant campaign for Christmas, the slogan is simplicity itself : BUY NOTHING FOR CHRISTMAS .It’s their effort to alert us to the rampant consumerist heart of this ‘shop till you drop’ time of year. As they explain…

“ This Christmas we'll be swamped with offers, ads and invitations to buy more stuff. But now there's a way to say enough and join a movement dedicated to reviving the original meaning of Christmas giving.
Buy Nothing Christmas is a national initiative started by Canadian Mennonites but open to everyone with a thirst for change and a desire for action.
Buy Nothing Christmas is a stress-reliever, and more people need to hear about it. You can change your world by simply putting up one of the posters (or make your own) in your church, place of worship, home or work. Be sneaky about it if you have to. The point is to get people thinking. It's an idea whose time has come, so get out there and make a difference! .”

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