THE KWANZAA HOLIDAY SUPREME COURT CASE
The FBI Monograph: US J. Edger
Hoover, Director April 1968
I would like to refer you to The FBI Monograph. Under the subtitle of Articles of Incorporation, filed on September14, 1966. It is cited as the Primary Purpose of US Organization:
“… US Is”
“To research, teach, instruct and re-educate the Afro-American people to African Religion and to add new values to said Religion.”
(Page 31 of The FBI Monograph).
Even God Is Wrong
As a paper gesture to establish a doctrinal footing for US; Karenga included in the Articles of Incorporation, the setting-up of edifices for practice, teaching, instruction, and promotion of African Religion.
(Page 17 of The FBI Monograph)
Kwanzaa was, in the beginning, an African Religion, with the added new values, to said Religion, which is called Kawaida. The Articles of Incorporation, does not say anything about celebrating Kwanzaa as an Ancient Cultural Firstfruit Harvest Festival From Africa! It is obvious, to see the truth: Kwanzaa is indeed, an African Religion.
As further evidence, that Kwanzaa, is indeed the African Religion that the Articles of Incorporation were alluding to; I refer you to Professor Asante’s book entitled, Maulana Karenga An Intellectual Portrait. In Chapter 5, Professor Asante stated, “Kawaida ideas spread across the nation rapidly.” He further stated, “Invited by the editors of the Black Scholar, to write on the critical issues, of the 1970’s, Karenga used this opportunity, not only to address, these issues, but also to present, Kawaida and develop it further, in the process.” In other words, while Karenga was in prison, he was working on Kawaida ideas; because it was in the formative stages. Professor Asante, also said, “Karenga drew up plans, to promote his Kawaida Philosophy, while he was physically in exile.” So, you see, Kwanzaa came before Kawaida.
The Establishment Clause:
I would like to reiterate my point: Kwanzaa is an African Religion/ Cult, made up by Ron Karenga. The Articles of Incorporation, cited as the Primary Purpose of US Organization is as follows: “To research, teach, instruct and re-educate the Afro-American people to African Religion and to add new values to said Religion…”
Thus, the Kwanzaa Holiday, is in violation of The Establishment Clause. The First Amendment provides that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion …” The Establishment Clause for the Separation of Church and State prohibits government actions that unduly favor one religion over another.
The Three-Part Test enunciated in Lemon vs. Kurtzman, is used to assess whether a law violates, The Establishment Clause.
The Three-Part Lemon Test Asks:
1) Does the law have a secular purpose? If not, it violates The Establishment Clause.
2) Is the primary effect either to advance religion or to inhibit religion? If so, it violates The Establishment Clause.
3) Does the law foster an excessive governmental entanglement with religion? If so, it violates The Establishment Clause.
To have the Kwanzaa Holiday: Practice, Celebration, Study and Rituals, taken out of all the Public Schools, Colleges, and Universities, in The United States of America, based on evidence that Kwanzaa is an African Religious Holiday; not a Cultural Holiday; which violates The Establishment Clause.
Kwanzaa’s indoctrination of written study guidelines of practice, study, celebration, and rituals, starting from Pre-Schools, Elementary Schools, Middle Schools, High Schools, Colleges, and Universities are Exactly Like the practices, celebrations, rituals, and study of the followers believer’s worshiping at Kwanzaa Temples, Kwanzaa Churches, Kwanzaa Schools, and Kwanzaa Celebrants’ homes in The United States of America, and other places in the World.
The Three-Part Lemon Test answers are as follows:
Question #1 – The answer is no.
Question #2 – The answer is yes.
Question #3 – The answer is yes.
Also, the parents of students are not aware that their children are being indoctrinated by practicing, studying, and celebrating, an African Religion in their classrooms; without parental full-disclosure and permission.
The Kwanzaa Religion is celebrated for seven days, thus, demonstrating unduly favor of Kwanzaa Religion over another, and the rituals are practiced as a part of the regular school day.
Black Nationalist Leader Stirs
Watts Teen-Agers Newspaper Article:
I would like to refer you to the Article Below: Black Nationalist Leader Stirs Watts Teen-Agers, dated: May 26, 1967. Take a closer look at the third column second paragraph, and line three. Start reading where it says, “Mr. Karenga said, the group followed a “traditionalist” self-created African religion that is more functional than spiritual in working for the day-to-day good of black people.”
Thus, the Kwanzaa Holiday, is in violation of The Establishment Clause. The First Amendment provides that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion..”
The Establishment Clause for the Separation of Church and State prohibits government actions that unduly favor one religion over another.