@GamerKillance Political Correctness is entirely about subversive censorship of anything that might be perceived as even remotely offensive or even controversial, and thus the removal of anything in existence that fits either description. So, yea, it kinda is a Political Correctness issue. We get a clearly US-centric event and rather than the Canadians saying "Oh this is wild, can't wait to see what they do for Canada Day" and taking to the forums to offer their suggestions, or Mexicans saying "Oh, y'know you missed a chance to put out a Cinco de Mayo themed event and it's not like the whole "battle against insurmountable odds" motif would be that difficult to translate into the game so I really hope you can come up with something in time for next year," what we get is "OMG! Imperialism! Slavery! Conquest! Oppression! Genocide! Japan confusing Independence Day with Christmas and filling the lobby with decorated evergreens is giving me PTSD! REMOVE IT ALL! NEVER SPEAK OF IT AGAIN! I AM SO ASHAMED OF YOU ALL!"
That's even more ignorant than thinking Canada Day is about chugging syrup and having poutine eating contests or that Cinco de Mayo is just some alcoholic's fabricated excuse to get blitzed. Which is to say it's pretty damn ignorant, and to demand that the event be not only cancelled for the short term but fully removed in the long term all because of one person's (or even a tiny group's) feelings are that it's "offensive" somehow is selfish, narcissistic, and the embodiment of everything that is wrong with Political Correctness.