FREE POSTER: TRUMP Promises to Bring Peace From Bethlehem to Jerusalem And Good Will Toward All Men (Women Not So Much) NATIVITY Scene with TASMANIAN Devil Trump.

Trump, in his Biblical knowing, is familiar with barnyard animals, and feels free to interpose himself in virtually any manger scene, particularly if it calls for the most big-league baby of all. Jesus Christ, what the hay!!

President Donald Trump declares Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel, and being a bang-up capitol-ist, The Don blows through Bethlehem and any measly accommodations The Prince of Peace has too tender, immaculately misconceiving the fortuitousness of a Palestinian Jew. He’s off, to Jerusalem to get his big hands on what he stupefyingly sees as a virgin, piece of property, to be grabbed by his celebrityness, with no regard to the other party.

In honor of the nativist Donald Trump blowing through any peace-loving nativity scene like a loony Tasmanian devil, I have created this parody Christmas card to the whirled courtesy of  our narcissist-in-chief, in the form of a free poster: TRUMP Promises to Bring Peace From Bethlehem to Jerusalem And Good Will Toward All Men (Women Not So Much) NATIVITY Scene with TASMANIAN Devil Trump.

FREE POSTER: TRUMP Promises to Bring Peace From Bethlehem to Jerusalem And Good Will Toward All Men (Women Not So Much) NATIVITY Scene with TASMANIAN Devil Trump.

You can view more parody Christmas designs here.

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FREE CHRISTMAS POSTER: Homeless Refugee Nativity

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…with all of those homeless Middle Eastern families.  This free poster offers my take on the hypocrisy of Christians in a co-called “Christian” nation worshiping xenophobia and fear rather than the radical hospitality and unconditional love that Jesus modeled from his birth.  The widespread and sniveling calls to limit refugee immigration and brand all Muslims as a threat to national security is a national shame and a profound shrinking of our humanity.

Homeless Refugee Nativity Christmas -- FREE POSTERPlease feel free to download and/or share widely this Christmas poster to help launch conversations about what it truly means to have love and compassion for all of our neighbors around the world.  We might want to stop arming and bombing the Middle East for a start…

POEM: More Than, a Nester — Owed to Seán Nestor, in honor of his 29th birthday

More Than, a Nester
Owed to Seán Nestor
in honor of his 29th birthday

In the beginning
There was a good egg
In compassed
By a paltry brood
A restless nativity
And ageless questions
Of what thirst
And what last
Ordinally his number
Enigmatically leading and following
Both a head of the pack
And singing his song inquire
Weather alone
Or getting it all together
From elementary schooling
To places high
And lo
Receiving the third degree
And more than a hunch
That there has to be
More to IT than this
To each day beat a different conundrum
To get with the program
AND run
Taking a ballot from behind
And still quixotically facing
The con jury of the democratic machine
Putting on a show
Exposing posterity for all
A worthy forerunner
For when hell frees us
And that blue moon
At once kicks off
Such a buff juncture
Of renewed politics
And transparent patronage
Of native sun
Seán on, dazzling brother!
As we cast our ballads for you
Thinking outside the box
Oar these daze, IT is something else
Perhaps a bout
Not mirrorly pick up sticks
To be a big hit
Rather solemn assemblies
And parties making US green
With envy
Only of what is done together
One for awe
And awe for won
And in earnest
We are paid
Surpassing fine feathered friends
Roosts no longer our rulers
Measured by our passions
Sized up by our compassion
Know longer having
Only to trust
As one under 30
Soon enough
Getting over one self
Whys beyond your ears
A fly guy
Making home wherever
You are
More than, a nester

One of my many life-long dreams is for everyone on the planet to have a poem written for them.  This furthers that dream.  THANKS, Seán!  Happy birthday!!   “May you live all the days of your life” — Will Rogers

You can download this poem here: Sean Nestor Poem