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Are you an African? Will you celebrate the birth of Jesus? You are stupid!
Yes you are, and i know it is another season when most of you will probably be drinking and making merry as opposed to celebrating the birth of this dude called Jesus. To the ones who shall be eating, drinking, and meeting family, that is the way to go. No point of celebrating Jesus at all, the guy is irrelevant to Africans. To those who shall waste time in some goddamn church, hey, get something better to do goddammit! Go out and meet relatives, eat and have merry. Forget the stupid hymns. You are an African for crying out loud, and your great great grand parents never knew Jesus!
You see, the Christian religion is based on the idea that a man called Jesus living in the Roman province of Palestine 2,000 years ago was both human and God. His life and death offered salvation for all who believed in him. Many Africans believe in this story! Many Africans pray to this guy! This guy was a Jew, and his message was brought to Africa around 200 years ago by white missionaries folks. We never knew him before the missionaries came; we had our own culture and way of worship. But today we behave as if we have no identity, and the birth of this jew is so important to us! Damn!
Friends, we are black, we have no relationship with Jesus at all. We do not need to celebrate his birth, his miracles or his promises. Ok? This is what we ought to be thinking about this season. Let us not become slaves of religion. We are already colonized in many ways, our language, our cultures are eroding, we are basically fucked up. But on religion, let us look back and ask ourselves where we came from! The Jesus myth and folklore is not to be believed by any African, sawa?
Any Afriacn celebrating the birth of Jesus is foolish and dumb!
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