Skip to comments.Kwanzaa -- A Made-up Holiday
Posted on 12/27/2014 10:36:25 AM PST by SeekAndFind
Did you know that "Kwanzaa," that made-up holiday celebrated from December 26 through January 1, was invented by Ron N. Everett, known today as Dr. Maulana (Swahili for "master teacher") Karenga? About Kwanzaa, Karenga said:
People think its African. But its not. I wanted to give black people a holiday of their own. So I came up with Kwanzaa. I said it was African because you know black people in this country wouldnt celebrate it if they knew it was American. Also, I put it around Christmas because I knew thats when a lot of bloods [blacks] would be partying!
Did you know that Karenga was a founder of "United Slaves", a group that was quite similar in philosophy to the Black Panthers? The two groups had different tactics, but often competed for the same potential recruits. So an altercation was inevitable. On January 17, 1969, at a Black Student Union meeting at UCLA, Black Panther Alprentice "Bunchy" Carter was heard making derogatory comments about Karenga. Carter was shot to death. The Black Panthers swear it was preplanned.
Or that Karenga was convicted in 1971 for torturing two women? He pressed a hot soldering iron against their faces and put their fingers in a vise in an effort to get them to offer up some nonexistent "crystals" of poison. It seems that the paranoid Karenga thought he was being poisoned. Nice guy, this Kwanzaa founder.
Or that in his book The Quotable Karenga, Karenga wrote "The sevenfold path of blackness is think black, talk black, act black, create black, buy black, vote black, and live black"? Is this the source of "seven," a number seen often in Kwanzaa? It certainly explains why he wanted a black holiday.
(Excerpt) Read more at americanthinker.com ...
Here’s a fact about Kwanzaa that liberals won’t tell you. Most Afro-Americans are descendants of people who came from west Africa, primarily Ghana.
But Kwanzaa is a holiday based upon the use of the Swahili language and traditions. Swahili is spoken by people in Southeast Africa.
Where Swahili is spoken is about three thousand miles from Ghana. So when making up Kwanzaa, Karenga was either ignorant of African geography and languages, or he was contemptuous of Afro-Americans, or (most probably) both.
My guess is folks like Barack Obama, whose father is from Kenya, would be happy with Kwanzaa though as Swahili is a language spoken there.
Giving people a controlled, made-up culture and history is the best way to control and subjugate them.
I’m surprised blacks haven’t grasped this.
The Twelve Days of Christmas
The Seven Days Of Kwanzaa
On the first day of Kwanzaa
My slutcake gibs to me
Obama Race Card gets me outta' jail free
On the second day of Kwanzaa
My slutcake gibs to me
A hot pair of Jordan Super Fly 3
On the third day of Kwanzaa
My Homie gibs to me
A polices Glock he got out off da street
On the fourth day of Kwanzaa
My Homie gibs to me
Fo' magazines all fits my new Glock G-2-3
On the fif' day of Kwanzaa
My baby momma gibs to me
Coupon fo' five golden teef
On the six day of Kwanzaa
My Hoochie gibs to me
A Michael Brown Hoodie an' a "I Cain't Breeve" black Tee
On the seven day of Kwanzaa
My Homies gibs to me
A stolen "Dipset Xmas" rap CD
From Twitchy - Guess how many showed up for the LA kwanzaa parade ???
the cones of ignorance...and arrogance had....and still have... Karenga COVERED
It is to prevent assimilation by offering a “non-white” alternative to Christmas. If blacks weren’t kept separate, then “black leaders” would have to get real jobs.
It's just another gimmick to keep us separated and keep the Lo-Fo's voting democrat.
I bet they don't teach the old adage "United We Stand, Divided We Fall" in the ghetto schools.
Now there you go again, trying to confuse those black folks with the truth.
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The Twelve Days Of Kwanza..by Shirley Q, Liquor
On the first day of Kwanza,
my childrens asked me, “mama what is Kwanzaa for, anyway?”
On the second day of Kwanzaa...
some lady bothered me. I cursed her out and I say “no, I don’t wan’t no Olan
Mills pictures and quit calling here!”
On the third day of Kwanzaa...
I went out to the store. I needed beer and cigarettes but they was closed,
so I smashed out the windows, did a drive-by and cursed em all out.
On the fourth day of Kwanzaa...
I turned on the T.V. Young and the Restless, All of My Children, One Day to
Live, and then “Oprah” at 4 o’clock.
On the fifth day of Kwanzaa...
My check came in the mail. AFDC! “Thank you Lord” I said, “come on kids,
let’s go to the store for some collard greens, hamhocks and some cheese.”
On the sixth day of Kwanzaa...
the police rang the bell. They served a warrant, I nearly passed out! But it
was ok, some woman had said I stole her wigs, but I told them all I was
gonna give them back anyway.
On the seventh day of Kwanzaa...
I poured myself a drink. I drank 40 ounces, got really full, then lost my
mind. I drove down the street cursing out everyone I saw. Then I bashed the
Cadillac upside a Dairy Queen.
On the eighth day of Kwanzaa...
I bought a TV Guide... not much had happened. I was hungover from a bad
headache from Schiltz Malt Liquor Bull. I tried to stay home and be quiet,
take my nerve pills... you can just feel Kwanzaa in the air.
On the nineth day of Kwanzaa...
I painted all my nails. Two shades of purple, one shade of turquoise,
throwed on some glitter, did ‘em up real nice. I was looking good! Then I
drove on down to Popeyes, bought me some chicken and I stayed home and
looked at T.V.
On the tenth day of Kwanzaa...
Shoplifting was the thing. ten Now or Laters, nine little candies, eight
cans of tuna fish, seven little niknaks, six pack of Budweiser, five Lee
Press-On Nails, four pieces of gum, three large fries, two days back in
jail... it was Kwanzaa, so what the hell?
On the eleventh day of Kwanzaa...
I got out on parole. I rolled a big joint, went down to church and talked
all out of my head. Got happy and shouted, passed out and hollered. They
called 911 and the Lord set me free! Gave my testimony, stepped on home,
didn’t even remember where I stayed, I woke up real hungry and confused.
On the twelfth day of Kwanzaa...
My childrens gathered around me. Lincoln, Alow vera, Gyne-Lotrimin,
LemonJello, OrangeJello, Tinactin, Tempasia, KMartina, Fallopia, Shi’Thead,
Shameka-Vonquishia, Salmonella, Chlamydia Champagne, Democtorius, Saskatoon,
Cheeto and Skuketia...
And it had really started to feel more like it was getting near Kwanza
Kwanzaa is fake phoney fraud.
12 Days of Kwanzaa - Shirley Q Liquor
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