Also, the kids could spend Sunday resting from treats and tricks, and over-indulgence in candy. If Halloween were to fall on Saturday night every year, can you imagine the cost in time and manpower to police departments? If Halloween was a holiday that could be legislated, then an all-out ban should be the goal. What a relief it would be to do away with the whole obnoxious concept.
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There are certainly some costumes that could do with being consigned to the dust bin of history, but this Russian region has decided that it has had enough of the entire holiday. There shall be no luridly coloured Halloween parties in Arkhangelsk.
Officials have banned the holiday from being celebrated at local schools, according to the Moscow Times. The ministry's statement said that Halloween is "incoherent to basic traditional values and causes a negative influence on fragile minds.
Earlier this month, Russian Orthodox Church in Siberia's Krasnoyarsk region called on local authorities to ban Halloween on a similar basis. Priest Maxim Zolotukhin told local STS-Prima television station that children may get depressed after Halloween because they do not understand the difference between make-believe and reality, and so evil will enter their souls.
Petersburg lawmaker Vitaly Milonov ordered the police to break up a Halloween celebration in a park in the city's Kupchino district. After he had broken up the celebrations, which included singing, dancing and pumpkin-carving, Milonov wrote on his blog:Oct 04, · 4. Halloween October Halloween, or Hallowe’en, is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31st.
Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, costume parties, viewing horror films, visiting “haunted houses”, and participating in traditional autumn activities such as hayrides (which may have “haunted” themes). Nov 18, · Watch video · Today, Americans spend an estimated $6 billion annually on Halloween, making it the country’s second largest commercial holiday after Christmas.
Soul Cakes The American Halloween tradition of “trick-or-treating” probably dates back to . Americans spend over $5 billion dollars annually on Halloween, making it the country’s second largest commercial holiday.
In addition, a quarter of all annual candy sales occur during the Halloween season in the United States. Oct 14, · For many reasons, the celebration of Halloween at school can lead to student exclusion.
There are social, financial and cultural differences among our families that we must respect. Oct 14, · Parents of Buckman Elementary School in Portland, Ore. are petitioning the school principal's ban on Halloween costumes, with one parent noting that "this country's obsession with the politically correct is really getting out of hand," The Portland Mercury reports.
Oct 27, · Russian region bans Halloween because the holiday is 'harmful to children' The spooky holiday has no place in Russia's Arkhangelsk region, because of its "negative influence on fragile minds".