December 29, 2010

May the Spirits of Kwanzaa and Michael Jackson Drench the Children of the 529 Bar and Grill

"Jihad Muhammad explains the principles of Kwanzaa while lighting a candle on the Kinara at United Urban Network Inc./Steel City Renaissance "Christmas for the Children: A tribute to Michael Jackson."

"Area families got the chance to have a few hours of holiday cheer and honor the late King of Pop Thursday during a party at the 529 Bar and Grill. Christmas for the Children: A Tribute to Michael Jackson" was sponsored by a local not-for-profit organization, United Urban Network, founded by Cassandra Cannon." -- Post-Tribune

Mark Steyn pointed out this klassic Kwanzaa kwaziness this AM. It was a shock to me since I'd pretty much assumed that Kwanzaa had been sent down to the pop-cultural chop shop to be parted out.

Silly me. I should know by now that anything pulled out of the thin air by paranoid schizophrenics as something to "illuminate" the muddled masses can never, ever, be sent to the boneyard of history. There's always some "Jihad Muhammad" lurking out there to push the poison down to the next generation. I guess this means there's a movement afoot to make Michael Jackson the Santa Klaus of Kwanzaa. After all, he was really into giving free things and free rides to kids to be naughty and nice. Jihad Muhammad is probably looking for a steady job in making this myth. Like Michael Jackson, he's doing it for the children.

UPDATE: Roland Shirk has the details on the Jihad Muhammad festivities and much, much more about Kwanzaa and the execrable Ron Karenga in A Gift from the Grinch @ Jihad Watch

The party was sponsored by the Gary-based not-for-profit the United Urban Network, whose CEO, Cassandra Cannon, explained, "Today, we decided to honor a Gary native who cared a lot about children and he has said in the past that he would love to return to his hometown and help the children." The prospect of Jackson's ghost returning to Gary and prowling the city to "help the children" seems better suited to Halloween than Christmas--bringing us back again to Tim Burton territory. The event apparently featured "pasta dishes, tamales, vegetable, salad and cake, children and adults," and Christmas songs by "American Idol's Season 9 contestant Marcus Jones and Michael Jackson impersonator Dashon Butler," most prominently "The Little Drummer Boy."
Included is a fine quote from Ann Coulter's Kwanzaa: Holiday From The FBI :
"Coincidentally, the seven principles of Kwanzaa are the very same seven principles of the Symbionese Liberation Army, another charming invention of the Worst Generation. "
[HT: Jewel VIA Tasty Infidelicacies ]

Posted by Vanderleun at December 29, 2010 9:44 AM
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If you missed Shirley Q. Liquor's "12 Days of Kwanza":

Totaly politcally inocrrect.

Posted by: asdf at December 29, 2010 11:43 AM

My goodness, that was some affirmative action, goin' on right there, honey:

On the first day of Kwanzaa I got you this birfday present. Glad to see you is playin' wif it.

Posted by: Jewel at December 29, 2010 12:43 PM

I remember Ron Karenga from the Joe Pyne show. Joe had him on more than once. He would do stuff like have Karenga on with the head of the American Nazi party. Early shock TV...


Posted by: jwm at December 29, 2010 5:19 PM

OT, but I saw a picture of someone named 'Janet Naperleun" over on IOTW.
Any relation?

Posted by: Cheezburgrrr at January 3, 2011 12:15 PM