Saturday, December 31, 2005

Ann Coulter being an annoying whiny bitch as usual.

It was an annoying enough experience to be regaled with the ridiculous 'Merry Christmas' vs 'Happy Holidays' debate. Especially tiresome was the scare mongering from the religious grouches who squawk that the Liberal Grinch is trying to steal Christmas. If they were were willing to listen to the French rather than bash them at every opportunity, they would find out that they have been wishing each other 'Happy Holidays' for decades, more as a convenient way to wish both Merry Christmas and Happy New Years rather than out of so-called 'political correctness'.

As if that weren't enough to sour the festivities, Ann Coulter, who never stops at the usual anti-PC rhetoric or the repeated claims that ethnic minorities force their celebrations on the majority, felt the need to push ethnocentrism further and slam an ethnic celebration simply because Bush wasn't being Christian enough for her taste. Of all places, that fascistic diatribe had to be published on Yahoo News, to spoil the celebrations of people from every race and colour.

If you don't want to spoil your holiday, then don't click here.



President Bush's 2005 Kwanzaa message began with the patently absurd statement:

    "African-Americans and people around the world reflect on African heritage during Kwanzaa."



I believe more African-Americans spent this season reflecting on the birth of Christ than some phony non-Christian holiday invented a few decades ago by an
FBI stooge. Kwanzaa is a holiday for white liberals, not blacks.

It is a fact that Kwanzaa was invented in 1966 by a black radical FBI stooge, Ron Karenga, aka Dr. Maulana Karenga. Karenga was a founder of United Slaves, a violent nationalist rival to the Black Panthers and a dupe of the FBI.



Never mind the fact that Christmas was not originally a Christian holiday, but a pagan celebration that was co-opted by the Roman Catholic Church to convert them to their own religion. They even went as far as create the myth that Jesus was born on December 25th to coincide with the celebration of the Winter Solstice, even though biblical accounts (as if those weren't mythical enough) indicate that he was allegedly born in the spring. To thus claim that the Christian version of the holiday is any less 'phony' than Kwanzaa reeks of hypocrisy.

Case in point, Hebrew is a language that''s been mostly revived and reconstructed from Arabic ethymology by Zionist nationalists. Before Zionism became a mainstream ideology, most European Jews spoke either Yiddish or the local language (or a dialect thereof), and Hebrew was used for religious purposes only. Does that make Hebrew a 'phony' language?

Even without disputing the facts of her allegations, it is obvious that Coulter's intent is more to vilify certain groups of people (especially Liberals) than to make a point about multiculturalism. It is not enough for her to criticise Liberals for their 'unbounded capacity to respect any faith but Christianity'; she evidently feels the need to disrespect any faith but her own, which is a far more bigoted stance. She might point out that her faith 'proclaims that we are all equal before God', but anyone who reads her articles will find out that she obviously does not follow that precept of her own religion.

On a side note, Ann Coulter does, in her attempt to smear the Liberals and multiculturalism, unwittingly provide unusually candid insight into the true nature of how the US government operates. Indeed, she actually admits that the government deliberately uses operatives to build up tensions in racial minorities to further its own agenda. What does that say about the fake Al Qaeda groups that keep popping up at convenient times, and the fact that Osana Bin Laden is a long-time CIA asset once known as Tim Osman?

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