Thursday, December 14, 2006
Racism and the truth about Christmas
ABOVE: The white being known as "Santa Claus" whips his slaves to spread his message of material greed. Note how even the moon is depicted as a powerful white being watching over the world.
As one of the great lies in human history Christmas ranks among the most racially charged occasions of the year.
THE LIE begins with the cover-up to hide the true identity of Jesus who was a black African philospher. He certainly was not the blonde haired man we have seen all too often in pictures and in movies. Jesus was concerned about the growing hostility of the white man towards Africa. He set forth on a great journey from Africa to the Middle East to preach his message of love and respect. He hoped to make it to Europe to civilize the white man but they killed him because he was African.
Christmas is meant to celebrate the birth of Jesus but the white man has turned this event into a ceremony of greed and an obsession of material want.
To add insult to injury, the white man created a caricature of Jesus called "Santa Claus". Santa Claus is depicted as a large white man from the European icelands with magical powers. He has the ability to enter any home at will (a metaphor for the white man's invasions into other lands).
Santa Claus also has the ability to hand out a seemingly endless amount of material gifts to seduce children into thinking that material wealth is the greatest gift of all.
Last but not least, Santa Claus uses slavery and the threat of violence to spread his "holiday cheer". Tied to his sleigh are animals depicted as raindeer that Santa whips until they fly him to wherever he wishes to go.
The origins of this imagery are somewhat vague but many African historians believe that this alludes to the fact that Africans were the first to master air travel. White men must have seen Africans using their air gliders to travel from place to place. Burning with fear and jealousy, the white man must have felt compelled to mock this achievement.