Sustainable Kwanzaa


Although it’s hard to compete with Lenin’s Birthday/Earth Day, this is a festive time of year even for progressives, with possibly the ultimate moonbat event taking place today in Nashville:

A “Sustainable Kwanzaa” event will be 5-11 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 30th at the Peabody Corner Food Court, 319 Peabody St., courtesy of the George W. Carver Food Park team and EarthMatters Tennessee.

“This year’s event will highlight seven organizations in the Nashville area that promote and represent the Nguzo Saba or the Seven Principles associated with the seven-day cultural holiday,” said Karen Roberts, event organizer.

As has been noted, these seven socialist principles are the same as those that inspired Patty Hearst’s Symbionese Liberation Army, which like Kwanzaa represented militant 1960s moonbattery taken to the last extreme of sociopathic absurdity. Kwanzaa was invented by Black Power demagogue and convicted torturer Ron Everett, I mean “Maulana Karenga,” with the express purpose of dividing America along racial lines.

Libs are advised to go easy. Combining Kwanzaa with ecokookery could cause a moonbattery overload. If incense smoke starts leaking out your ears, step away from the earth-friendly Afro-centric festivities until it dissipates.

Why exactly is Sustainable Kwanzaa sustainable? Don’t ask me. I can’t even figure out why coal-powered cars like the coercively subsidized Chevy Volt are sustainable.

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Best of all, they’re serious.

On a tip from Byron. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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