UPDATE 1pm: Thank you to all the Atlas readers who wrote J. P. Morgan and bcc'ed me. Keep it up. Perhaps it's time to post on their silver manipulation scam.
J.P. Morgan has banned a christmas tree at one of their branch offices, for fear of "offending" some customers. I have been with Chase since 1980. I wrote and told them that I am Jewish and I will pull my account if they didn't reverse this Christmas tree ban.
Here is the email contact for JP Morgan's office of Corporate Social Responsibility -- [email protected]
Politely and gently, let them know that it was wrong to ban the tree.
Who is Chase afraid of? It's not Christians and it's not Jews. Perhaps if they lost all their Christian and Jewish business, that might strike fear into these clowns.
Give us back our bailout money, dhimmis.
Students say the tree went up on Monday, then suddenly taken down on Wednesday. All school officials would tell Channel 13 today was that they received several calls that the tree was “offensive.”
Officials declined our repeated requests for an on camera interview, but the district’s principal told The Tribune, “I didn’t want this to become a distraction that would take away from the precious time we have to educate students. We decided it would be best to take down the tree.”
“You can’t stop the world from celebrating. You shouldn’t be offended by the tree it was donated and we had to take it down. It was kind of heartbreaking. People liked tree in the lunch room,” says student Jay Hoskins.