On the First and Second Days of Kwanzaa . . .
Gene Lalor | December 27, 2013
On the second day of Kwanzaa, the fabricated holiday invented by black revolutionary Maulana Ron Karenga (Ronald McKinley Everett) as an African-American substitute for Christmas which few blacks observe, no one reported receiving any partridges in pear trees yesterday or turtle doves today but clear messages have been sent by the Obama administration and possible Kwanzaaians that Karenga’s festival is nevertheless being celebrated in very diverse ways.
Not unexpectedly, a lackey at America’s Department of Justice headed by President Barack Hussein Obama’s hand-picked candidate for Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder, announced on the first day of Kwanzaa that federal hate crime charges have been filed against 27-year-old white man Conrad Alvin Barrett.
Kenneth Magidson, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Texas, alleged that Barrett attacked an unidentified 79-year-old black man by participating in the “knockout game” craze in Fulshear, Texas and that the DoJ therefore had no choice other than indict him in order to stress a point about odious hate crimes.
Magidson elaborated, ”Suspected crimes of this nature will simply not be tolerated and will be vigorously investigated and prosecuted with the assistance of all our partners to the fullest extent of the law.”
That law, apparently, can be extremely flexible and subjectively applied since the “knockout game,” which involves gutlessly cold-cocking unsuspecting victims in the hope they can be knocked out with one punch, has been played nationwide almost exclusively by blacks on white victims. Few if any of those perpetrators have been “vigorously investigated and prosecuted” for committing hate crimes because, well, just because.
Jumping the gun on Kwanzaa, an African-American in Midwood, Brooklyn pre-observed the holiday by sucker-punching a 33 year old white mother walking with her 7-year-old daughter in the middle of the day last Saturday. He approached her from behind and knocked her to the pavement in what must be called an act of affection since it certainly can’t be characterized as a crime of hate.
It’s beyond curious that Kenneth Magidson or Eric Holder or Barack Obama would focus on the lone incident of a white man playing the black “knockout game” on a lone black man and characterizing Barrett’s idiocy as a hate crime in view of the facts that blacks have been playing that game with virtual impunity for years. They have been murdering one another in Obama’s Chicago and elsewhere as if murder is also just another game.
It’s beyond curious until one considers Obama’s abysmal record on race relations and Holder’s expressed views that white people were “cowards,” his dismissal of all 2008 voter intimidation charges against the New Black Panther Party, his decree that no civil rights violations against blacks will ever be prosecuted, and his refusal to indict the NBPP for offering bounties on the head of George Zimmerman, among a slew of other evidence the presidency and our Justice Department have devolved into black racist cesspools.
Umoja, Swahili for “unity,” was celebrated on the first day of Kwanzaa with a focus on maintaining unity in the family, community, nation and race. On this the second day of Kwanzaa, adherents celebrate Kujichagulia, Swahili for “self-determination,” and focus on defining themselves, naming themselves, creating for themselves and speaking for themselves. Ujima, Swahili for “collective work and responsibility,” will be celebrated tomorrow with a shift to focusing on ways to build and maintain community together and making brother’s and sister’s problems everyone’s problems and solving them together.
After that, with four more Kwanzaa days to follow, we can always hope that Kwanzaaians will focus even a little bit on curbing America’s black crime epidemic and non-hateful knockout games somewhere in the celebrations.
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