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Happy Kwanzaa – Now Give Us All Your Money, Greedy Capitalst Pigs! (Kwanaa Series continued)

Ujamaa (cooperative economics) and Nia (purpose) My series on Kwanzaa and why I think it is antithetical to American values continues with the fourth and fifth principles of Kwanzaa, Ujamaa and Nia. You can read Parts 1-4 of this series here, here, here and here. It is no secret that Kwanzaa has its basis in Marxism. These third and fourth ...

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Ujima – Third Principle of Kwanzaa (Part 4 in Kwanzaa Series)

Principle #3 – Ujima Today is the third day of Kwanzaa and marks Part 4 in my ongoing Kwanzaa series.  You can read Part 1 here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here.  As I have already established, I believe Kwanzaa is antithetical to traditional American values.  Moreover I believe Kwanzaa’s creator, Dr. Ron Karenga meant it to be that ...

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Kujichagulia – Second Principle of Kwanzaa (Part 3 in Kwanzaa Series)

Principle #2 Kujichagulia Today is the second day of Kwanzaa and marks Part 3 in my ongoing Kwanzaa series.  You can read Part 1 here and Part 2 here.  As I have already established, I believe Kwanzaa is antithetical to traditional American values.  Moreover I believe Kwanzaa’s creator, Dr. Ron Karenga meant it to be that way as he sees ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

December 27, 2011 Tonight on the Dark Side we’ll talk about New Year’s resolutions and what you hope to see from our government in 2012. Also, is Nancy Pelosi really paying her fair share, or is she still busy being a filthy 1%er?  Plus, we’ll discuss my ongoing Kwanzaa series and why I think Kwanzaa is antithetical to American values.  ...

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Umoja – First Principle of Kwanzaa (Part 2 of Kwanzaa Series)

This is part two in my seven day series on Kwanzaa and why I feel it is antithetical to American values.  Read Part 1 here. Umoja (Unity) – On this first day of Kwanzaa the family gathers together to light the first of seven red, black and green candles in the Kinara. The colors are born out of the colors ...

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Why Kwanzaa is Antithetical to American Values – Part 1

When I was a teenager my stepmother decided we should start celebrating Kwanzaa.  My sister was just a toddler at the time, and step-mom was sincerely concerned for her cultural identity.  Though we lived in the “chocolate city” of Washington D.C., we were growing up in a multi-cultural lifestyle.  I was from Canada and my mother and much of my ...

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