Last Updated on December 28, 2023
Decades ago, the late American Patriot Ezola Foster, a trailblazing black woman who ran as the Reform Party’s Vice Presidential Nominee in 2000, exposed the race-hustling PsyOp at the heart of the Kwanzaa “holiday” which, as Foster publicly explained numerous times, was created by a violent felon named Ray Karenga who’s been linked to anti-black government operations and was convicted of torturing black women.
Ezola Foster (1938-2018), an author, educator, and pro-American political activist who spent her life fighting for family values and defending the black community from left-wing subversion, publicly pushed back, decades ago, against the radical race agenda that has now largely consumed the United States.
In undated video footage of an Ezola Foster speech, Foster blew the whistle on race hustlers like Jesse Jackson, who have sought to subvert the United States and alienate black Americans from their countrymen by endearing them to African leftists who’ve been backed at various times by the Soviet Union, Communist China, and other anti-American left-wing regimes.
In the same speech, Foster went on to explain how the “made up” Kwanzaa “holiday” has been central to sewing racial division.
“Well, then when the media began to cover the fight against Apartheid in South Africa, the Reverend ‘Ain’t’ Jesse Jackson called a press conference and told the media ‘From now on, refer to us as African Americans.’ That’s how we became African Americans,” Foster explained.
“And the purpose for that was so that all of us would be in goosestep with the African National Congress. Simple as that. But, again, look at what it has done to our children and in our schools. In some of our public schools in these so-called inner-city schools or minority schools, you would be hard-pressed to find Old Glory flying in the classroom at all. But you will see foreign flags.”
“And for us, they make up a flag and they call it an African American flag,” said Foster. “They make up an African American pledge of allegiance, they make up a culture – and I’m talking about Kwanza! A made-up culture!” she went on. “But it’s been so accepted by so many people, that even Texaco got in trouble for not recognizing it as a legal holiday for their employees.”
Kwanzaa, Foster explained, is “totally made up!”
“I worked with the guy (Ron Karenga) at the school who made it up,” she went on. “At the time, in the 60s, he formed an organization called US, United Slaves. He and his United Slaves had a shoot-out with the Black Panthers in the cafeteria of UCLA in which two people were killed. Later he was sentenced for torturing two of his female followers.”
“He resurfaced, changed his name, [and] now he’s head of the Black Studies Department in one of our major universities in California, spewing more hated,” said Foster. “And you know, when we talk about these black history classes and African American Studies, that’s nothing more than again promoting hatred. And there’s not very much truth if any at all, in some of these studies that they give these young people.”
Watch Ezola Foster expose Kwanzaa in the video below:
#Video: Decades ago, Ezola Foster exposed the anti-American race hustle and PsyOp at the heart of #Kwanzaa – The fake holiday created by a violent felon who worked with the Feds to take down the Black Panthers and subvert the black community.
— Frankie Stockes (@realStockes) December 28, 2023
As National File reported this week amid the ongoing Kwanzaa “holiday,” Kwanzaa creator Maulana Ndabezitha Karenga (previously known as Ron Karenga and born Ronald McKinley Everett) has long been accused of having worked with the federal government, as well as state and local law enforcement in the Los Angeles, California area, to take down the Black Panther Party of the 1960s and replace it with subversive, federally-backed groups like his “US Organization,” of which Foster spoke in her speech.
It has long been alleged that Karenga and the US Organization were provided arms and financial assistance by the Los Angeles Police Department, with the blessing of then-California Governor Ronald Reagan, to aid in counter-Black Panther operations. Similar allegations have been made against Karenga and the group as it pertains to the FBI, with law enforcement at virtually all levels reportedly using Karenga and the US Organization to subvert the black community of Los Angeles and nip the growing influence of the Black Panther Party in the bud.
As Foster also mentioned in her speech, the government-backed rivalry between the US Organization and the Black Panthers resulted in the murders of multiple Black Panthers.
In addition to the two killed at UCLA, the “United Slaves” were found to have murdered two more Black Panthers in 1969, two years before Karenga was convicted of torturing black women.
As National File reported:
The rivalry between the two groups reached a fever pitch in 1969 when four Black Panthers were killed by US Organization members in a series of shootings.
It was two years later in 1971 that Karenga was convicted of the felony assault, torture, and false imprisonment of multiple victims, though he claimed that he was a political prisoner of the United States government.
Nevertheless, America’s corporate and government sectors have thoroughly embraced the Kwanzaa “holiday,” with professional sports teams, government officials, and even branches of the military taking to social media to wish Americans a “Happy Kwanzaa.”