It's Kwanzaa, the made up holiday from the 1960s, not mostly celebrated and noted by blacks but by White Liberals, especially women.
I've searched the blog history and find only one post out of the 4400+ posts I've put up that mentions the word Kwanzaa. So why a second? A couple of weeks ago, Divemedic put up a post that mentioned it and got me thinking of it. Eight days after that, BizPac Review had an epic, long post on it. Sounds to me like some sort of harmonic convergence. Or harmonica virgins, I always get those mixed up. Either way, it was crying for me to talk about this, too.
The piece I ran, back in 2017, focused on some acerbic wit from
Ann Coulter. That's a link to a piece from 2013, but she wrote the original
farther back than that and re-used most of it regularly. After all, the
facts don't change.
It is a fact that Kwanzaa was invented in 1966 by a black radical FBI stooge, Ron Karenga -- aka Dr. Maulana Karenga -- founder of United Slaves, a violent nationalist rival to the Black Panthers. He was also a dupe of the FBI.
Despite modern perceptions that blend all the black activists of the '60s, the Black Panthers did not hate whites. They did not seek armed revolution (although some of their most high-profile leaders were drug dealers and murderers). Those were the precepts of Karenga's United Slaves.
Kwanzaa praises collectivism in every possible area of life -- economics, work, personality, even litter removal. ("Kuumba: Everyone should strive to improve the community and make it more beautiful.") It takes a village to raise a police snitch.
Is there any other holiday that was created by FBI COINTELPRO? In this case, the “African American” alternative to Christmas was invented by ’60s-radical and convicted felon Ronald McKinley Everett – who changed his name to the more “African” sounding Maulana Karenga back in the ‘60s. The only thing “African” about it is the corruption of a Swahili phrase, “matunda y kwanza,” which translates as “first fruits of the harvest.” Did you notice that Everett or Karenga or whichever you call him spelled kwanza wrong?
As Ann Coulter notes, Kwanzaa is a pure move toward communism. Perhaps you've seen the observation about communism, "ideas so bad they have to be mandated and enforced by death penalty" at some point? Why would a black man inventing a "black holiday" want to incorporate ideas that have led to the torture and death of so many Africans? Just for a couple of examples, consider Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, Sani Abacha of Nigeria and Idi Amin of Uganda. All torturers and murderers.
The easy answer is he was one of them. A Robert Mugabe/Idi Amin wannabe.
In 1971, Everett-Karenga was convicted for doing just that to two women – Deborah Jones and Gail Davis – who had been part of his United Slaves group of Leftists radicals. According to a May, 1971 LA Times news story about the trial and subsequent conviction of Everett-Karenga, Jones “testified that a hot soldering iron was placed in Miss Davis’ mouth and placed against Miss Davis’ face and that one of her own big toes was tightened in a vise. Karenga, head of US, also put detergent and running hoses in their mouths.”
The article goes on to state that “the victims said they were hit on the heads with toasters.”
A writer for FrontPage magazine who has studied Everett/Karenga, Paul Mulshine, notes, Kwanzaa has “nothing to do with Africa and everything to do with California in the ’60s.” That is, the radical leftist policies of '60s California. California.
The good news is that a survey by National Retail Foundation said that only 1.6% of the American population actually celebrates Kwanzaa. The math tells me that's probably the woke mob. A tiny percentage, but a bunch of annoyingly loud people. Hmm. Makes me wonder how many people celebrate Festivus - that other made up holiday. At least that one was joke on TV.
A sure sign you're dealing with an idiot is if you hear them talk about the "country of Africa", or about an "African culture," as if the continent has some sort of
single homogeneous culture, instead of hundreds of cultures at war with each
other for hundreds - or even thousands - of years. That's the mindset that,
aided by mid-60s tax dollars, created Kwanzaa.
Lost to eternity is the creator of this image of what you'd get if you invented a White Kwanzaa. Just take a bunch of different cultures that share nothing but skin color and mash it all together. Just like the "real" Kwanzaa.
Couldn't stand it then, can't stand it even more now.ReplyDelete
I go to the post office each year and buy Kwanzaa stamps to put on my Christmas cards. Keeps my friends on their toes.ReplyDelete
They have them??????Delete
The things our tax dollars celebrate.
Kwanzaa and Festivus were both made up.ReplyDelete
One is a joke holiday that no one should take seriously. The other was featured on Seinfeld.