Courtesy of Vox Day, here is a simple demonstration of the difference between a Western society that has sold its future down the river in the name of a fashionable but totally unworkable ideology, and a Western society that has decided to preserve for itself and its posterity the values and freedoms that it holds dear:
There is no small amount of irony involved here, given that about 15 years ago you would regularly hear complaints from Western Europeans, and Britons, about how "Polish lorry drivers and plumbers" were overrunning the "civilised nations" of the West. As it turns out, though, the Poles have significantly more in common with the Germans, and the Brits, and the French, and the Belgians, than do hundreds of thousands of "refugees" supposedly streaming in from the war-torn Levant.
What you're looking at above is the terrible and real result of substituting feelings for reason and fashion for hard-won tradition. Loss of national sovereignty and identity is inevitably followed by loss of security- which means that something as basic and simple as the joyous act of celebrating the birth of the Saviour in a public place with your family becomes fraught with danger.
To paraphrase Dirty Harry, that strikes me as a hell of a price to pay for being stylish.