Vice President Kamala Harris marked the start of Kwanzaa Sunday Night, a Marxist holiday that was created by black nationalists. She praised one of the “seven principles” of Kwanzaa and compared it to the seven principles of the Symbionese Liberation Army.
Kwanzaa was special to me as a child. Our home would be filled with family and friends. We would listen to elders tell stories, and watch them light candles on the Kinara,” Harris said. She recalled her childhood memories of Kwanzaa in a similar way to her remembrance last Christmas. She continued, “We would discuss the seven principles during dinner.”
“My favorite principle is the second: Kujichagulia (self-determination). This principle encourages you to take control of your life and make your own decisions. She claimed that it is a deeply American principle. “From our family to yours. Happy Kwanzaa!”
Kwanzaa is not a recipient of Harris’s best wishes. It was founded by Maulana Karaga, founder and leader of United Slaves. This “violent nationist rival to Black Panthers,” according to conservative columnist Ann Coulter.
We now know the truth: The FBI was the catalyst for the bloody rivalry between United Slaves and the Panthers. Karenga, the Father Gapon of the czarist police, was a prominent figure in the American ’60s. It is not clear if Karenga was an FBI willing accomplice or a mere dupe. The FBI’s encouragement of the murderous black nationalist cult established by the father Kwanzaa has been forgotten by the left.
Karenga, a respected Cal State professor, invented a holiday that is a bizarre mix of schmaltzy 1960s rhetoric, black racism, and Marxism. The seven principles of Kwanzaa, which are also the seven principles that make up the Symbionese Liberation Army (another invention by The Worst Generation), are identical to the seven principles of Kwanzaa.
Patty Hearst was a kidnap victim and a revolutionary-cum-SLA. She famously stood next to the banner of her alleged captors – a seven-headed cobra. Each snakehead represented one of the revolutionary principles of SLA: Umoja Kujichagulia Ujima Ujamaa Nia Kuumba, Kuumba, and Imani. These seven principles are identical to Kwanzaa.
In a 1978 Washington Post article, Karenga describes his holiday as follows: It’s African, people think. It’s not. I wanted to give black people their own holiday. Kwanzaa was the result. He said that I had said it was African because he knew black Americans wouldn’t celebrate it if it were American.”
He added, “Also I placed it around Christmas because a lot of blacks would be partying!”
However, President Biden and other prominent figures have extended Kwanzaa greetings to the president: “May this moment of reflection on African American culture’s rich heritage bring peace, unity, joy.”