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DISCLAIMER: We are sorry if this post in any way offends those who celebrate Kwanzaa. Thankfully, we highly doubt any of the 13 people on this planet who celebrate  this holiday will actually read this post.

A. Kwanzaa is not an African holiday.

B. Kwanzaa was invented by a convicted rapist.

C. Kwanzaa was tied to the Black Nationalist movement.

D. Kwanzaa is blatantly Marxist.

E. Kwanzaa is fraudulent to the core.

F. Kwanaa is  bad news for black Christians.

G. This guy and this guy hate Kwanzaa.


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  1. This is an interesting and worthless post. What difference does it make if some African-Americans want to celebrate this festival? What business is it of yours what and how certain cultures celebrate?

    Was there a purpose in this posting? If so, I fail to grasp it.


    January 1, 2009 at 9:02 pm

  2. I wouldn’t call this post worthless. It is certainly informative, and possibly even a bit humorous.

    On a personal note, I oppose the festival for a number of reasons, most of which were mentioned and linked to in the post. I believe that G may be the most compelling.

    For starters, what culture are they celebrating? Certainly not African culture. Certainly not American culture. Maybe some Black separatist culture driven by the ideas and values of Marxism. Maybe. Not sure.

    It was just an informative blog posted during the holiday we recognize as Kwanzaa. As I said, primarily informative… with a hint of cheap humor.


    January 2, 2009 at 11:20 am

  3. mud_rake,
    given your “inclusive” tone and welcoming Kwanzaa, one wonders why you care so much about discrediting Christianity…it’s essentially discriminatory.

    Also, why do you hate black people?


    January 2, 2009 at 1:02 pm

  4. I didn’t realize that you were such a comic, anti. Up until your last comment, you seemed bitterly humorless, but now I see that all of this is just a ruse. Thanks for the laugh. [sorry I took so long to figure it out]


    January 4, 2009 at 9:21 am

  5. I’m sorry for being so very late with this.

    If it was only a festival of a harvest, I would have no problems with it. If only. I’d only glady include it if that was all that it was.

    But the guy who came up with it was a violent criminal. By one account i know of, he had nasty things to say about Jesus.

    Some feast. Some harvest.

    Blasphemy is a sin that i used to commit. I can safely say that it’s not a selling point. Or a reason to celebrate. It’s a reason for sorrow.

    Holiday used to be spelled ‘holyday.’ A holy day.

    On my part, I’m in favour of saying Happy
    Christ’s Mass.

    If for no other reason, to spell and say and pronounce the name of the holyday especially correct.
    I think words should mean something.

    Or Merry feast in honour of Jesus’ birth. Just to be allowed to say that.

    I’m also wondering when the inclusive people are going to include honoring Gregory XVI for his role in fighting against the slave trade. December 3, 1839.
    The only time I hear about it is when I hear the sound of my own voice mentioning it.

    It’s like trying to convince Othello that Iago is up to no good.


    January 11, 2009 at 1:14 am

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