The Origin of Sinterklaas
In most Europeanized cultures, there is an overweight, jolly, white man wearing a hat, who slides down your chimney to bring gifts to little ones on December 25. This pagan holiday was given importance by the Roman Catholic Bishop by simply picking a day that he deemed fit for celebration. We, as Africans, adopted this “holiday” as our own and celebrate with the European without over-standing its true origin.
Sinterklaas, a Dutch Demon, also called Pan in Germanic/ Celtic folklore:
lives in the woods. On horseback holding a spear, he and his helper Zwarte Pier or “Black Pete”, a slave in chains, seek out the potent Spirit of young children. By enticing them with gifts of fruit, they lure children into the woods to rape and absorb their pure “energy.”
In Greco-Roman times, the origin of Sinterklaas was adapted to their God, which they called Neptune:
Early AmeriKlan whites, aware that a Puritanical culture would never accept this God of the Sea as child-friendly, morphed him into a money-making, wallet-draining grandfatherly figure. By changing him into Santa Claus, a lovable, rotund, bearded character, white folklore was forever changed. On a special night, this deity who beckons children to sit on his lap and whisper their deepest desires in his ear, crawls down a long tube, which is a phallic symbol, drinks milk (mother’s milk, which symbolizes breast-feeding), eats cookies and leaves heaven-sent gifts to all the “good” girls and boys around the world.
SANTA, which is an anagram for:
is all knowing. He sees you when you’re sleeping in bed, which symbolizes child seduction, knows when you are nice and compensates you with presents for your submission.
Santa Claus, Satan’s Claws, is widely known in the Caribbean, South America and in parts of colonized Africa. This white man, an authority figure, has permeated our African consciousness and has lead us down a Mammon driven spiral. Instead of teaching our children about the Middle Passage, we urge them to embrace European madness…and wonder why they have trouble identifying themselves as African.
How many of us go broke by New Year’s trying to buy presents for our loved ones simply because “that’s what we’ve always done?” How many of us put money into the European’s wallet and leave our bank accounts dry and our children’s college funds weakened? Christmas, a white holiday, was created by the utter and insatiable greed of Demonic forces to further drive our people into poverty. And we are happy to oblige!
There is no cure for the European.
They will simply do as they must.
There is, however, a cure for African ignorance. It is educating ourselves on who and what the enemy is, how they operate on a global scale in ALL areas of life. This “holiday” season, keep your money in your wallets and start your own black-owned businesses. Band together and grow tighter than ever. We are running out of time.
Do not spend this holiday season. Now that you over-stand the Origin of Sinterklaas, you have no more excuses not to heed the warnings.