North Las Vegas City Hall

North Las Vegas City Hall

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The city of North Las Vegas is holding a multicultural holiday celebration outside city hall on Thursday, Dec. 2. 

North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee and the rest of the city council will be at Liberty Park (the lawn at city hall) at 4 p.m.

According to an announcement from the city, families are invited to learn about the meaning of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas. There will be a Menorah, a Kinara and Christmas tree lighting. Holiday treats and hot chocolate will also be available.

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Wait, what about the jihadists? Don't they celebrate our holidays too. They always enjoy crowds./S


Actually the Jihadists also hate multiculturalism, they see the youth in their countries practicing western customs including celebrating many American holidays and it leads them to extremism. Ruhollah Khomeini refereed to "Westoxification" as the main threat to Iran.

george strong

Kwanza is an anti-White racist holiday made up by an FBI informant. Diversity is our stench. Diversity+Proximity=War.

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