Saturday, December 29, 2007

Kwanzaa Furthers the Divide

Does anyone, other than myself, think it’s more than a little odd that Kwanzaa seemingly jumped into America’s religious history, as if lost for centuries and then found miraculously and restored to full celebration overnight? Kwanzaa is touted as an equal to Christmas and Hanukah as the holiday season goes into full swing. I did some looking around on the internet and found some answers.

The roots of Kwanzaa are found in a small booklet, no longer in print; links provided by Stop the ACLU. The original article which caught my attention had to do with a judge permitting a Kwanzaa celebration in a public building after having denied the same to a Christmas celebration. Here is the opening line which introduced the booklet:

“Kwanzaa was created in 1966 by Dr. Mulana Karenga/Ron Karenga (born Ron Everett), a professor and chair of the Department of Black Studies at California State University, Long Beach. Dr. Karenga once wrote a book, and as a public service PiratePundit reproduces it here. The book is not in print, and Dr. Karenga receives no royalties from the sales of the few existing copies, and PiratePundit reproduces it here not for profit, but without editorial comment and as an attempt to make available an historic document written by an historic figure.”

Dig a little further and you find the truth about this self appointed black “prophet” and the continuation of the radical and militant “blacks against whites” movement; or better stated by Lynn Woolley, “No one remembers the part about "re-Africanization" or the sevenfold path of blackness that Dr. Karenga once espoused. Hardly anyone remembers the shootings, the beatings, the tortures and the prison terms that were once the center of his life. It's just not PC to bring that sort of stuff up now that Kwanzaa is commercialized and making big bucks.”

I suppose Judge Walter L. Evans got it right when he “dismissed the suit. Lawyers for Brooks argued the party would not violate rules against religious gatherings in public buildings.” Kwanzaa isn’t a religious celebration; Kwanzaa is a devious and subversive attempt to further divide the American people through hard core racial hatred. Before you go on about what some folks might call “my white man’s bigotry”, do your homework; read about Kwanzaa’s founder, Ronald McKinley Everett, AKA Maulana Ron Karenga.

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