O Holy Night- A libtard Christmas carol

This past Sunday at church we sang O Holy Night, and I'm shocked at the liberal bias in this carol I thought was so innocent and supported me, Jesus, and 'murica. The liberal part is buried in the third verse.
Truly He taught us to love one another;
His law is love and His gospel is peace.
Chains shall He break for the slave is our brother;
And in His name all oppression shall cease.
Sweet hymns of joy in grateful chorus raise we,
Let all within us praise His holy name.
Christ is the Lord! O praise His Name forever,
His power and glory evermore proclaim.
His power and glory evermore proclaim.
At first I thought it must have been written by one of those Lincoln lovers with all that talk about setting slaves free. But it's origins are even worse than that.

It is based on a poem by an atheist French poet, to the tune by a German, and arranged by a Unitarian minister. I can't read that commie French language but here is a translation of that liberal verse.
The Redeemer has broken every bond:
The Earth is free, and Heaven is open.
He sees a brother where there was only a slave,
Love unites those that iron had chained.
Who will tell Him of our gratitude,
For all of us He is born, He suffers and dies.
People, stand up! Sing of your deliverance,
Christmas, Christmas, sing of the Redeemer,
Christmas, Christmas, sing of the Redeemer!
It's even more audacious. "Love unites those that iron had chained" ! I think not, unless he means the white colonists who didn't want to pay their taxes without representation to the Brits. It certainly did not mean African slaves. Equality! Brotherhood! Bah humbug. I will not be singing such liberal, limp-wristed-Jesus carols anymore. I am part of a chosen people, privileged by God to live in the new promised land, with opportunity for all Anglo-Saxon males. I have nothing to be ashamed of nor to apologize for. Thank God for Ayn Rand, libertarianism, and #alllivesmatter.

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