Over the last several years, Mustaine has been closely associated with Alex Jones, and so Infowars.com has been keeping their listeners abreast of his current activities. The latest posting on Infowars is: "Megadeth Takes on the “War on Christmas”" .
The Infowars commentary states it this way:
"Dave Mustaine and the Megadeth crew have taken up a side in the “War on Christmas” with a thrashy spin on some of the most cherished Christmas carols."
Sounds innocent on the surface! Mustaine and the gang start out with a parody version of "Frosty the Snow Man." Great! What harm is there in poking fun of the pagan aspects of Christmas? I see none myself.
After that, Megadeth then performs irreverent versions of the "Little Drummer Boy" and "Do You Hear What I Hear." If one reads the hyperlinks to each of these Christmas songs, you will see that each makes reference to Jesus. Neither songs are directly from Scripture, however they do make reference Him, and should be handled in a more respectable manner.
Thrash Metal has its proper place. In fact, I believe it can be used for much "good," but what Mustaine & the Crew have done is make a mockery of Christmas (and of Jesus) whether intended or not.
But hey, Alex Jones endorses Mustaine's actions as well, by posting the (above) Youtube clip on his Infowars website. I should also add that Mustaine makes pretty good money for what he does. His net worth is $20 Million! That is four times more than Alex Jones' net worth of $5 Million. There is much money to be made in the "Jesus-mocking" business of Jew-run music and entertainment! This Megadeth mockery of Christmas appears to come right out of the Jewish (Talmudic - inspired) Entertainment / Music handbook. That is, mock Jesus overtly (or covertly) at every turn. Poke fun of Him. Make a mockery of that which references Him and His name!
Thus, can it be said that Mustaine is "fighting the War on Christmas" or conversely, is he "perpetrating the War on Christmas" as so many others are doing in entertainment? My gut tells me that the later option is the case.