The Last Christmas

Can Mussolini save Christmas?

Little children around the world are relying on you!

Little Benito got caught with his fingers in Santa’s enchanted pickle jar, and now it’s up to him to save Christmas!

Santa can’t help! He is chained down to Satan’s Throne of Skulls until Mussolini can make the orphans of the world believe in the joy of Christmas!

Can Mussolini pull it off? Can he magically slaughter 400,000 Ethiopians one last time? Can his secret police silence domestic opposition with a campaign of beatings and ruthless suppression? Can Il Duce save Christmas?

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

Little children around the world lay awake at tonight with their hopes in Benito Mussolini, wishing that their klutzy hero is able to pull off an unlikely miracle finish, like when his fascist blackshirts consolidated power in Italy during the 1920s! Without little Benito’s help, their stockings will be swallowed whole by the Rattlesnakes of Torment! Don’t let the children down, Benito Mussolini!

Christmas is wonderful!

Believe!

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6 Responses to The Last Christmas

  1. Guy Incognito says:

    This is a teaser for this year’s Christmas Rock TV.

  2. peter says:

    Yeah, this one’s a ministry-ender.

  3. tim hopps says:

    I like how you guys call Rock TV a ministry. Kind of like how I used to call my parties a ministry.

  4. M says:

    My cousin did get saved from the “Chainsaw” video, Tom.

  5. tim hopps says:

    Actually, every aspect of a church works together to create a unique atmosphere. Rock TV is an integral part of the Rock. I meant no disrespect!

  6. kevin s. says:

    “Yeah, this one’s a ministry-ender.”

    It would literally require us to suggest that the Holocaust never happened.

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