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Friday, December 26, 2014

Kwanzaa Wishes

December 26 is Boxing Day to some, a birthday to others, but in the inner city, it begins the celebration of Kwanzaa.

There are two kinds of people in America. Those who celebrate Kwanzaa and racists...

Kwanzaa begins December 26 and runs through the week, ending on New Year's Day. It's best celebrated while sitting on porch furniture in the inner city, eating a full bucket of KFC, drinking malt liquor, shoplifted from an inner city convenience store and shooting out street lights that the city just installed to try and reduce street thuggery. Maybe steal a car and go for a joy ride, torching the car at the conclusion of your celebration. Normally these cars are stolen from other Kwanzaa celebrants who are "race traitors".

(Race Traitor Defined: Inner city people who actually have jobs and inner city fathers who have elected to raise their children, trying to pull themselves out of poverty)

History of Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa was the brain child of Ronald Everett, a devout Marxist and American African revolutionary. Ronald is his 'slave name' (he since took the name Maulana Karenga), a professor at the California State University, Long Beach (chairman of African Studies). Karenga has a checkered past involving torturing a young black woman, that ended him in state prison.

Here are the roots of Kwanzaa -- just like Christmas, right? -- just another day in the ghetto. Ronald Everett (Maulana Karenga) said,
"People think it's African, but it's not," Karenga said about his holiday in an interview quoted in the Washington Post. "I came up with Kwanzaa because black people in this country wouldn't celebrate it if they knew it was American. Also, I put it around Christmas because I knew that's when a lot of bloods would be partying." 

12 comments:

  1. You'd better watch out, or Kwanzaa Claus will kick in your door and take your TV set.

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  2. Holder deserves prison, and he should be joined by all the legislators who voted to confirm his nomination. He's bad enough, but he couldn't have made it to his position of authority without the help of brain dead or crooked politicians.

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    1. He's one of the Chicago crowd and they needed a dupe as AG to shield them from all of their wicked BS. The Democrats controlled both legislatures so his nomination to the post was automatic.

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  3. I knew Kwanzaa was a fraud, but I was not aware of the exact story.

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    1. one day late... Hope it was good!!

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    2. I'm finishing up the after-Birthday, second day of Kwanza celebration and will be heading home soon. Yesterday was a lazy day. Today a bit more of a birthday. But it's Kwanza and everything is magical.

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  5. Merry Kwanzaa, LL!

    Top holiday.

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    1. It's the second day of Kwanza, I'm hoping that my true love will give to me two looted sneakers...

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  6. Happy (belated) Birthday. But how fortunate that it falls in festive Kwanzaatide.

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