KWANZAA: HOLIDAY FOR RACISTS

Happy Kwanzaa.

Kwanzaa is a holiday that competes against the commercialization of Christmas. It starts December 26th and lasts for one week. Let’s all celebrate.

Wait. We cannot all celebrate, because Kwanzaa is a holiday exclusive to black people. But that’s okay. Folks are entitled to have holidays that celebrate their race, just like congress is entitled to have a special caucus that excludes whites.

Cynicism aside, let’s take a closer look at this newly invented holiday which thirteen percent of the U.S. population are eligible to celebrate, while according to recent stats, it is actually recognized by 1.6 percent.

In researching Kwanzaa on line, folks will learn that this holiday was founded in 1966 by a fellow named Ron Everett, AKA Maulana Karenga. They will also tell you that Mr. Karenga is the director of black studies at California State U. in Long Beach. Sounds prestigious enough.

What the articles fail to mention is that Karenga was also a founder of the Black Slaves, a violent nationalist rival to the Black Panthers of the 1960s. United Slaves were proto-fascists, walking around in dashikis, gunning down Black Panthers and adopting invented “African” names. They openly declared their hatred for whites. In one barbarous outburst in 1969, Karenga’s United Slaves shot to death Black Panthers Al “Bunchy” Carter and Deputy Minister John Huggins on the UCLA campus. In 1971, Karenga himself was sentenced to 1 – 10 years for various charges, including felonious assault and false imprisonment. Now, he’s a role model professor on an American campus, spewing hate and Marxism as the solution to racial problems in the U.S.

Click here: Maulana Karenga – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sound familiar?

The seven principals of Kwanzaa, which are listed in Wikipedia, are ironically the same principals that formulated the radical Symbianese Liberation Army in California, circa 1974.

Folks might remember when Patty Hearst became a household word after she was kidnapped, and then turned thief and robber while in the clutches of this so-called “peaceful” organization.

Thus, by the United States recognizing Kwanzaa as a legitimate, though unofficial, holiday, we are, in essence, endorsing the very taboo we all hate: Racism. But that’s okay, because it’s okay to be a racist, if one is not white.

Imagine for one minute, if someone like a David Duke gathered a couple million of his supremacist followers and declared a Caucasian-only holiday on January 15th, which happens to be Martin Luther King’s birthday. Would the media paint that as a worthy cause?

The overwhelming majority of Americans despise racism and condemn any organization, movement, persons or speech associated with racist bigotry. As such, Kwanzaa should be exposed for what it is: A racist-borne invented holiday intended to separate blacks from whites. How else are we to interpret this celebration when the clear path of Kwanzaa is; think black, talk black, act black, create black, buy black, vote black, and live black.

Click here: FrontPage Magazine – Kwanzaa — Racist Holiday from Hell

In my seventy-one years, I’ve seen the progression of America from blacks sitting in the back of a bus to electing a black man as president. I remember southern segregation as a way of life. I — like millions — was taught that other races were inferior. As time has passed, America has changed immensely, and with some individual exceptions, we’ve shed the shameful stain of national racism.

Unfortunately, racist extremism still exists. But in 2010, the shoe is on the other foot, while condemnation from society and from media is stridently silent.

How is America to become a true color-blind society if manufactured holidays like Kwanzaa and organizations like the New Black Panthers continue to raise their ugly heads, reminding us all that we cannot be color-blind after all?

Perhaps someone should have informed George W. Bush, who in 2002, sucked up to the black vote by praising Kwanzaa. What people won’t do for political favors.

Click here: Ethnocentric celebration of Kwanzaa founded by racist

Click here: Bush’s Kwanzaa greeting

19 Responses to KWANZAA: HOLIDAY FOR RACISTS

  1. Harold Swift November 30, 2010 at 11:52 pm #

    Blacks have come a long way as seeds of LBJ’s Great Society.

  2. Lawrence Deutsch December 1, 2010 at 2:04 am #

    Hey Marshall
    Every time I hear about the “alleged” holiday “Kwanza”, I am reminded of “Festivus For-The-Rest-Of Us” (from Seinfeld), which has about as much legitimacy. They both make me laugh!

  3. george.p.wolf@gmail.com December 1, 2010 at 2:13 am #

    AMEN!

  4. Roger December 1, 2010 at 5:05 am #

    I researched this a few years ago with the same result. Thank the majority of the media in this country for pulling off another hoax on the U.S. citizen via obfuscation. I think the majority of citizens believe it is an ancient African celebration of harvest.

  5. Dave Rivers December 1, 2010 at 7:45 am #

    Read the Wikipedia article closely. As usual we in law enforcement caused all the problems between US and the Panthers. Wonder who wrote that section of Wikipedia?

  6. marvin wiley December 1, 2010 at 9:53 am #

    I would suggest to you that the overwhelming voice of the “affected” class see it in one broad sense that you mention…..a ex-con took the time while in jail to think of a self manufactured head rush in order to attempt to raise himself up and ultimately make notoriety and money.

    I have never heard the voice, overwhelming, to entertain the thought of making this a National Holiday, by the affected class.

    The overwhelming voice remains steadfast in the religious context of such a holiday.This head rush has captured your space in your column as the culprit intended.

    Tending to family,children and religious belief is the order to prepare for that ONE DAY , Christmas and there is no time or money in the affected classes existance in this modern world to add several more days to tend to this charlatans well thought out “tribalism”.

    The overwhelming call, I opine, of the affected class is, corporate American please act American or garner the religious concepts aledged therein.

    Have a Very Merry Christmas from me and everyone else that I know….from the affected class.

  7. Steve Gure December 1, 2010 at 12:47 pm #

    Again you are entirely correct and on the mark. Reverse racism and reverse discrimination have been going on for some time. Unfortunately it has been completely ignored by the media,politicians and all concerned. It is like we will not talk about it in polite society. Our heads are in the sand. It does not bode well for those wishing for a just society.

  8. Charles H. Dore December 1, 2010 at 2:25 pm #

    THE “MAL-CONTENTS” NOW OUT-NUMBER “ACCOMPLISHERS” =
    “MINUS” IS GREATER THAN “PLUS” = NO EDUCATION, OR FUTURE FOR EITHER THE “+” OR “─” = “O”. WITH ALL THINGS A “MINUS” = THERE IS NOTHING = THE DIRECTION WE’RE HEADED = ALL NEGATIVES, NO POSITIVES, OR BRIEF SUCCESSORS! DO YOU UNDERSTAND MY THINKING (?) = ONLY “NUMB-HEADS & POLITICIANS DO, BU THEY’LL BE CELEBRATING WITH THE “JAIL-BIRD PROFESSOR”; THOUGH FACTUAL – “O” TIMES ANYTHING = “O” – ANOTHER “RULING AND EDUCATING” PROFESSOR WHO PROBABLY BELIEVES THE “O” IS GOOD FOOD AND SPEAKS, AND THINKS “O”– “O” – “O”!

  9. David R. Ward December 1, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

    Huh; what did Marvin say?

    David R. Ward

    No other comment.

    Happy Holidays to all…

  10. Bill Solen December 1, 2010 at 10:05 pm #

    Also, what did Charles Dore say?

    I will repeat what I have previously said (on many occasions); the most racist people in society today are black Americans, with few exceptions. I’m still waiting for someone to create the United Caucasian College Fund.

    What did Dore say?

  11. Les December 1, 2010 at 10:08 pm #

    Yup, they’re allowed to be racist bigots but we aren’t. Sounds like reverse discrimination to me. What’s that, you say? Oh, I’m a tea partier, so I must be the racist. Yearh, right.

  12. gloriadisanto@sbcglobal.net December 1, 2010 at 10:59 pm #

    MARSHALL,
    MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU AND YOURS.
    LOVE GLORIA

  13. PatriotUSA December 2, 2010 at 6:24 am #

    Mr. Frank,
    Once again you are spot on and of course we
    can thank the liberal LSM for not telling
    the truth about this proported black ‘holiday’ celebration that comes on the heels of Christmas. As with many things
    that are passed off as innocent, kawanza is
    racist and discriminatory toward all who are not black. Reverse discrimination? 100%
    so and mark me as a racist, anti-Semite, counter jihadist(very true) and a staunch
    Constitutional Conservative.

    Thanks for a great article and hope you have
    a joyous holiday and CHRISTMAS.

  14. Dave Creelman December 2, 2010 at 11:07 am #

    Thanks for the article. I wasn’t aware that a racist ex con that thought this one up.

  15. Charles H. Dore December 3, 2010 at 8:00 pm #

    MY NOTE IS WRITTEN TO SHOW HOW REDICULOUS WE’VE BECOME – “0” FOR nOTHING – THE PLACE WE’RE HEADED AT, BUT NOT AT “O”!!

    THE WORLD HAS BECOME “0”!

    CHARLIE

  16. Devon Foster December 16, 2010 at 5:50 pm #

    I Understand your premise; however what makes christmas any better? Christmas is nothing but a marketing campaign for the white elite to profit off of lower income families. Most lower income famlies are either Hispanic and Afriacn Americans. In addition African Americans and other people of african dissent in the Black Diaspora have been raped of thier land, heriatage,culture,religion, and thier knowledge. Systemic racism is embedded in this country and the stem of the root comes from people of european dissent. Im am in no way a rascist but for all who throws the stone should look in the mirror first.
    Happy Holidays

    • Cat December 26, 2010 at 6:03 pm #

      Complete rubbish! Try relearning your world history… “the europeans” were not the ones selling people into slavery to begin with. It is a well known fact to anyone who payed attention in history that African leaders of African Countries captured and sold Africans from enemy tribes or groups. It is also a well known fact that slavery was an acceptable practice among these people and slaves were used all over Africa. Heck, this was going on LONG before Europeans ever set foot on African soil. African nations have a long and undeniable history of slavory that shaped the very country as it is today. I am so sick of hearing about how “the Europeans did this, and the Europeans did that”… how about what Africans did to themselves??? It seems all these racist blacks who excuse their deplorable behavior by whinning about what the Europeans did to us some 200 years ago want to ignore the fact that it was their ancestors doing the “selling”.

  17. Frank December 16, 2010 at 6:38 pm #

    Wow, you could have fooled me Devon. Systemic racism??? African Americans raped of their land heritage etc. etc. Sounds like you are a racist to me. You may want to reread the blog and think about what you said.

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