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    The people of Texas are informed that in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and free laborer. The freedmen are advised to remain at their present homes and work for wages. They are informed that they will not be allowed to collect at military posts, and they will not be supported in idleness, either there or elsewhere.



    This post started out to be one about Kwanzaa, "Juneteenth" and other days of celebration that make me shake my head, and then during research I ran across the opening paragraph.

    I wish to point out a special part of that paragraph:

    They are informed that they will not be allowed to collect at military posts, and they will not be supported in idleness, either there or elsewhere.


    Remember that bit. It is important. The astute reader that is familiar with my writings may see what is coming, and if you do please keep it to yourself so as not to ruin it for the dullards, retards and democrats in the audience.

    Let us start by perusing Kwanzaa, in passing, since it is so short a time after the CHRISTMAS Season, and I expect it was covered in great detail during that time. In short, Kwanzaa is a created holiday, started by Dr. Ron Maulana Karenga, a "black nationalist", according to wikipedia, and was founded to "help African Americans reconnect with what Karenga characterized as their African cultural and historical heritage". He also wanted to "give Blacks an opportunity to celebrate themselves and history rather than simply imitate the practice of the dominant society".

    This is part of the problem. They are already a part of dominant society here in America. "Celebrations" such as Kwanzaa only serve to seperate society, ESPECIALLY when they are driven along lines of color. I daresay that Dr. Ron Maulana Karenga is as big a racist by his actions as any Grandmaster of the KKK, and his creation of a holiday for people of one color is a racist action. FOR THE TRUTH OF KWANZAA GO HERE.

    Juneteenth; Now I don't have much of a problem with Juneteenth, as it is simply a contraction of when slaves in Texas finally heard about President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, which was June Nineteenth, 1865, a full two years, five months and change AFTER Lincoln issued it. But really, it seems to me if people really want to celebrate the day the slaves were freed then why not do it on the day that it was signed? January first.

    Or how about a little compromise? January the 3rd. Why the third? Because. When January the first falls on a Sunday, as it did this year, Monday, or the Second, becomes that day that people have parades and a day off, which is funny, since this is supposedly NOT a Christian nation, so a "holiday" on a Sunday shouldn't be a problem right? You see? This way, even the blac...excuse me....African Americans that don't live in Texas can feel good about celebrating the day that slavery became illegal in the U.S.

    In fact, that is a day that should be celebrated by all right thinking people everywhere. By now the conspiracy theorists in the audience are saying "Yeah, it should be a holiday....why DID Lincoln sign it on a Holiday? Maybe so that blacks couldn't have their own holiday, and Lincoln was a Republican, and Bush is a Republican, so it must all be Bush's FAULT!!!!" Lincoln was a racist too. (remember, that is what the conspiracy theorists are thinking...and yes, even the conspiracy theorists on the left call black people black when they talk to themselves in their heads....What? Did you think they call you black folks "African Americans"? No, they call you black. Just like most of you call yourselves.)

    Why is that? If I may run with a short tangent. Why can you have a "Black History Month" and have "Black Pride" but if a White man calls you "Black" it is almost an insult? And why isn't "white" an insult?

    Anyway, those few astute readers that have been waiting for the goody are about to get their cookie.

    Remember the title? You looked again didn't you?

    Now remember that part of the first paragraph I told you to remember? Yeah.

    The part about "not be supported in idleness".......WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED TO THAT??????

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