Don’t Forget Your Happy Kwanzaa Gifts

by on 20/12/18 at 11:55 am

Kwanzaa supporters belt out a few popular Kwanzaa Carols for folks

Kwanzaa supporters belt out a few popular Kwanzaa Carols for folks

The actual chair Maulana Karenga used to create Kwanzaa is on permanent display at the Folsom Prison gift shop and museum.

The actual chair Maulana Karenga used to create Kwanzaa is on permanent display at the Folsom Prison gift shop and museum.

In Congress this week, Nancy Pelosi related to friends and co-workers her first Kwanzaa experience where she was 'porked' in a WalMart storage room by an employee wearing a  'Kiss Me-It's Kwanzaa' pin.

In Congress this week, Nancy Pelosi related to friends and co-workers her first Kwanzaa experience where she was ‘porked’ in a WalMart storage room by an employee wearing a ‘Kiss Me-It’s Kwanzaa’ tee shirt.

According to Kwanzaa's inventor Karenga , the cactus replaces the racist Christmas tree.

According to Kwanzaa’s inventor Karenga , the cactus replaces the racist Christmas tree.

Los Angeles, CA – (SatireWorld.com)

Congresswoman Maxine Waters went on the airwaves today praising the celebration of Kwanzaa and wishing celebrants a ‘happy and healthy’ Kwanzaa. I’m not sure, but the last time I looked at my Kwanzaa it was looking pretty healthy.

So, really, what’s with this Kwanzaa thing anyway?

OK all you wonder-filled readers, here’s the true scoop according to Snopes and all the writer’s at SatireWorld…

Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration held only in the United States honoring universal African-American heritage and culture, observed from December 26 to January 1 each year. It features activities such as lighting a candle holder with seven candles, shoplifting, fatherless children, car jackings, and culminates in a feast and gift-giving of the shoplifted items. It was created by racist black nationalist Maulana Karenga and was first celebrated way back in 1966–67 in lg all places, Folsom prison.

During the early years of Kwanzaa, Karenga said that it was meant to be an alternative to white Christmas, that Jesus was ‘psychotic,’ and that Christianity was a white religion that black people should shun. However, as Kwanzaa gained mainstream adherents, Karenga altered his position so that practicing Christians would not be alienated, then stating in the 1997 Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community, and Culture.

Karenga said, “Kwanzaa was not created to give people an alternative to their own religion or religious holiday.”

Almost 45 years later, most people consider Kwanzaa a ‘silly fringe event,’ with little or no ties to Christmas.

Just because Kwanzaa was made up by a racist black nationalist who was convicted of torturing two women who were part of his group ‘ The United Slaves,’ because he thought they were hiding nonexistent “crystals” of poison meant to kill him doesn’t mean it’s not a legitimate holiday, right?
Or how about the fact that actual Africans over in Africa have never heard of Kwanzaa? I could go on and on but I’m preaching to the Kwanzaa choir.

The real silly part is, retailers bought into the fabricated story hook, line, and sinker! Now, there are special Kwanzaa greeting cards, a line of specialty Kwanzaa dinners, even a Kwanzaa tree made out of re-cycled automobile tires. In certain states with a large black population, unions have called to make it a real paid holiday.

It makes you wonder that if in a few years, the old Seinfeld show about the fabled newly invented anti-Christmas holiday…Festivus, might somehow find it’s way as a competing holiday that will stretch the usual week-long event into a month or more!

Yes, today a million or more black children will be awakening today to the merry sound of ‘Happy Kwanzaa!’ not knowing it’s a bush-whacked holiday invented by some screwball and furthered on by equally stupid politicians who really need just another group to pander to. For example:

The politically gullible US Postal System swallowed the bait and issued a special Kwanzaa Stamp a few years ago. The first official Kwanzaa stamp was issued by the United States Postal Service on October 22, 1997, with artwork by Synthia Saint James. In 2004, a second Kwanzaa stamp, designed by Daniel Minter, was issued; this has seven figures in colorful robes.

Imagine that! Some hate-filled dude dreams up a holiday after smoking a bowl of weed and now it’s on a postage stamp and twisted into some-kind of national African holiday that no one in Africa ever heard of!

But in all its political correctness, the USPS refused adding new Christmas stamps this year citing they were ‘too Christian!’



One Response to “Don’t Forget Your Happy Kwanzaa Gifts”

  1. Bargis

    Dec 20th, 2018

    We have all stepped into the Twilight Zone!

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