from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To make unchristian or non-Christian.
- v. To deprive of the Christian character of.
- v. To remove the Christian aspect of.
- v. To become un-Christian.
- v. To renounce one's Christian faith.
Motshekga, who asked the department to "de-Christianise" Christmas and Easter.
As a disciple of Max Shachtman, Leo Strauss, Ayn Rand and the rest (or, more probably, as a disciple of their disciples), you want to de-Christianise (precisely in order to de-democratise and to enslave) the West, even if you are prepared, for popular consumption, to define your own system as Christianity so as to prevent any serious theological critique of it.
If the State wants to de-Christianise us as a people - and it is succeeding - then at least it can spend a few coppers on "the people's" history.