Racist OC Register Reader Fustercluck of the Day
Headline: Celebrants Kick Off Kwanzaa Week
Comment by SAVEUS2: WOW!!! What a beautiful Community celebration, the food, entertainment, decorations and the very educational and informational program was very well done....It was a pleasure to see the community come together and support such a cultural event. A great time was had by all who attended. It is my hope that we all will study the seven principals of Kwanzaa and apply them to our everyday lives. These principles offer standards of excellence and models of possibilities all which aid in building and reinforcing family, community and culture. Happy Kwanzaa to you all!!
Comment by CPTREALITY: All take a Kwanza on a Kieser Roll, with grilled onions, cheese, mayo, some green peppers, salt, vinegar, oh and throw on some deli mustard, olives, ohhh..wha the heck, maybe it double meat....
: Kwanzaa? LMAO
Comment by JOLAND7: The creator of Kwanzaa said that Jesus was psychotic and that Christianity was a white mans holiday. Nothing like a little separatism to bring SOME people together.
Comment by NEWHARTDAD: Contrived black national separatist racism on display
Comment by NOMERCY4DUI: "Maulana Karenga developed the idea of Kwanzaa to celebrate the African heritage of black Americans." And if a white professor had done something similar for celebrating the heritage of white Americans he or she would've been accused of being racist and a Ku Klux Klan member...
Remember: Only white people can be racist!....Please!
Comment by LYGHT55: The sad thing here is that this guy will never get the irony that what he stated here is, in fact, incredibly racist.
The OC Register comments section....you'll never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.
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