December 27, 2010
Comrade Obama's Kwanzaa Greetings
Posted by Dave Blount at December 27, 2010 9:02 AM
Yesterday Comrade Obama and the Bitter Half treated the nation to this uplifting Kwanzaa greeting:
"Michelle and I extend our warmest thoughts and wishes to all those who are celebrating Kwanzaa this holiday season. Today is the first of a joyful seven-day celebration of African-American culture and heritage. The seven principles of Kwanzaa — Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity and Faith — are some of the very values that make us Americans."
Actually, these are the values that would make you not American, but Symbionese. They are the same concepts symbolized by the seven deadly cobras in the flag of the socialist Symbionese Liberation Army:
Kwanzaa was invented by 1960s black power radical Ron Everett, aka Maulana Karenga. Even in the swamps of hippie era radical politics, Karenga stood out as a particularly unsavory character. His United Slaves outfit murdered rival Black Panthers, and Karenga himself was convicted of torturing women, using vices and hot soldering irons among other implements. Kwanzaa was created explicitly to divide Americans by alienating blacks from the Christian holidays that unite us.
The Manchurian Moonbat continues with his Kwanzaa blessing:
"As families across America and around the world light the Kinara today in the spirit of umoja, or unity, our family sends our well wishes and blessings for a happy and healthy new year."
Hopefully the irony of pandering to racial separatists by calling for unity in Swahili isn't lost on any but the most clueless moonbats.
Kwanzaa is the perfect moonbat holiday: a thin layer of feel-good multicultural vapidity spread over raw evil.
On a tip from Oiao.