I just got through reading Ann Coulter’s post called Kwanzaa: Holiday From the FBI
“President Bush’s Kwanzaa message this year skipped the patently absurd claim of years past that African-Americans and people around the world reflect on African heritage during Kwanzaa.” Instead he simply said, ‘I send greetings to those observing Kwanzaa.'”
Now I have to say this one more time, something that shouldn’t have to be said at all….but apparently people are too guillible so it has to be said…..
All the Politically Correct bull about making sure that everyone is pleased and happy, is the most ridiculous thing that we can partake in. We are humans people, there is no way that everyone can be happy at the same time. Physically impossible. So why are we killing ourselves to try to make everyone happy and equal. It just isn’t possible.
And Yes, I am saying we are not equal. Can I jump and play basketball like Michael Jordon No I can’t my talents don’t lie in that direction. Do I feel bad about that? NO! And I shouldn’t. Michael Jordan is my superior when it comes to that, cause I can’t do it. Even if he tutored me in the game for years, I couldn’t be as good as him. He is better than I will ever be. But do you hear me running to get a rally to protest that? NOPE….cause it is a fact of life. No one is equal….but everyone has talents that make them better than others….in that thing. Michael Jordan’s talents are sports. Basketball, baseball, etc. I on the other hand am good at playing the position of Quarterback in football. But I am not big enough to play professional sports so I am left out there too. I am not the equal of those players cause I am not big enough. Am I crying about that? NOPE Fact of life. Everyone is not equal.
I am also good at writing, and have written a series of novels, which by the way haven’t been published. I am in the process of trying to get the first one published now, but it hasn’t happened yet, and may not ever happen. But if it doesn’t, I won’t cry discrimination. I will accept it. Hey Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson do you hear that?
The most persecuted single factor in life in the last 10 to 20 years has been men since Women’s lib made everything that a man does evil and bad….but in that I am not complaining either, cause I know that my God knows me for what I am . I do not need Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson, or Teddy Kennedy to tell me that I am not good enough, cause they know nothing about that. Only God knows this, and no amount of bickering by these dopes will change that.
The only thing on this that a man or waman can tell about others is if they are stupid. This is told by their actions, and anyone who acts stupid will be deemed stupid.
People, we live in a CHRISTIAN country. Not a Muslim Country, or an Arabic country. We live in a Christian country. America was founded on Christian beliefs and principles.
Iraq and Iran are Muslim countries. When visiting there, we do not expect Christian things to happen, so why does everyone expect to come here and be treated differently than they would treat a Christian in their country?
All this bull about how we should say Merry Christmas to other nationalities in their language and terms is stupid and ridiculous. You are in America. You are in a Christian Country. This country was founded on those beliefs. Get over it. Whether you want to believe it or not, it is even written into the Conststitution. So, don’t come here expecting us to change for you, when you are not willing to do the same for us, whether it be in your country or in ours. Sure there are Muslims here, they are accepted. Just like there are Mormans, Christians, Catholics and Jews. They are accepted. So do the same for us Christians!
It is as Ann Coulter goes on to say, that ‘before 1966, Kwanzaa didn’t even exist!’
It was invented by a black radical FBI pawn, Ron Everett (aka Maulana Karenga). His warped ideology has done nothing but spread violence and murder.
*It seems the founder of Kwanzaa wasn’t any more ethical than those who sung its praises. In fact, at the same time Al Sharpton was glorifying the new holiday, its creator was sitting in a California prison for torturing two black women who were members of the United Slaves, a black nationalist cult he had founded.
The cult leader Ron N. Everett went by the name Karenga and in the 60’s took upon himself the title “maulana,” which means “master teacher” in Swahili. He was born on a poultry farm in Maryland, the fourteenth child of a Baptist minister. He moved to California in the late 50’s to attend LA Community College. He later moved to UCLA, where he got a Master’s degree in political science and African Studies and by the mid 1960’s, he had established himself as a leader of the black movement- a self described “cultural nationalist”. He had purposely used the term “nationalist” to distinguish his group from the Black Panthers who were Marxists. He wanted a separate black state while the Marxists worked for integration.
The friction between his group and the Panthers mirrored the centuries of tribal warring in Africa. Both groups were heavily recruiting at UCLA in the 60’s and vying for control of the newly developed African Studies Department. Karenga and his group backed one candidate for dept. head and the Panthers another. Both began carrying guns on campus and on Jan. 17. 1969, about 150 students gathered at the lunchroom to discuss the problem. Two Panther members had been admitted to the college as part of a federal program that helped black high-school dropouts enter the university. The meeting turned violent and ended with two of Karenga’s group, George P. Stiner and Larry Joseph Stiner killing two. The Stiner brothers shot two Panthers John Huggins, 23 and Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter, 26 – dead.
UCLA chancellor Charles E. Young, scared that the violence would hurt admissions said “The students here have handled themselves in an absolutely impeccable manner. They have been concerned. They haven’t argued who the director should be; they have been saying what kind of person he should be.” The remarks were made after the shooting and the university went ahead with its Afro-American Studies Program. Meanwhile, Karenga’s group grew and performed assaults and robberies always following the law laid down in The Quotable Karenga, a book that laid out the “True Path of Blackness.” “The sevenfold path of blackness is think black, talk black, act black, create black, buy black, vote black, and live black,”
So, Kwanzaa is NOT a national black celebration to Celebrat Christmas. Are we crazy people? All we are doing is giving lowlifes like Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton the power to act like big men, when they are not. Both of them act like everyone should hang on every word they say like it is the gospel truth, when in all actuality, most of what they have to say is an untruth, like Kwanzaa.
The “dewhiting” of America, that someone like Al Sharpton wants is only the working out of society, the moral fabric that has held this nation together.
It doesn’t matter if the moral fabric of a nation is white, black, brown or red, if it is based on goodness then it is good. You can’t make up something bad and expect it to be good. The man was evil. Only evil can do this to people who follow you.
** On May 9, 1970 he initiated the torture session that led to his imprisonment. The torture session was described in the L.A. Times on May 14, 1971. “The victims said they were living at Karenga’s home when Karenga accused them of trying to kill him by placing crystals in his food and water and in various areas of his house. When they denied it, allegedly they were beaten with an electrical cord and a hot soldering iron was put in Miss Davis’ mouth and against her face. Police were told that one of Miss Jones’ toes was placed in a small vise, which then was tightened by the men and one woman. The following day Karenga told the women that ‘Vietnamese torture is nothing compared to what I know.” Miss Tamao put detergent in their mouths; Smith turned a water hose full force on their faces, and Karenga, holding a gun, threatened to shoot both of them. The victims Deborah Jones and Gail Davis were whipped with an electrical cord and beaten with a karate baton after being ordered to remove their clothing.”
Karenga was convicted of two counts of felonious assault and one count of false imprisonment. He was sentenced on Sept. 17, 1971 to serve one to ten years in prison. After being released from prison in 1975, he remade himself as Maulana Ron Karenga, went into academics, and by 1979 was running the Black Studies Department at California State University in Long Beach and converted to Marxism. Kwanzaa’s seven principles include “collective work” and “cooperative economics.” He is still there and everyone has almost forgotten the cruel and vicious attacks committed on his fellow blacks. Kwanzaa has been successfully marketed and is now heralded as a great African tradition.
Do you want to follow someone that is evil, or do you want to follow God and Jesus? I know my answer to this one…..and it definitely isn’t evil.
God Bless America
God Bless our Troops
God Bless my Readers….
*Taken from “A less than complimentary view of Dr. Maulana Karenga.
** Taken from the LA Times on May 14, 1971