Saturday, January 02, 2010

The Nimrod Tree


See the annual Infamous Christmas blogpost below to peep a photo of Nat's tree (and Mrs Nat doing her thing on the laptop). Time to take it down sadly. But it had a great run, through three parties and numerous visits, stop-bys, jostling by adults and kids alike...

...but then I hear from a few bammas about how they don't put up Christmas trees. OK in DC the lovely Frazier fur goes for $50-$75 [at a reputable place for a 6ft tree]. OK, some negroes are cheap as hell and $50 for a tree is insane. Yet this goes to something a lot more grounded in ignorance, rather than wallets...sort of like telling people not to get a vaccine--just don't eat lean porkchops else you get swine flu [which is one reason they now call it H1N1 so as not to give credence to this nonsense].

So here's what the black Muslims have to say about Christmas trees (FYI in that's evile white-Jew Santa depicted above to set the mood):

Christmas was set up as a memorial to Nimrod. The Christmas tree is an "Evergreen tree", this means that it is green or has life, all year round and does not die out like other trees.
1. Evergreen tree is used at Christmas as a symbol to represent everlasting life for the white race.
2. It sits in a box held in place by a cross which represents the division of the four brothers; Black, Brown, Red and Yellow, which support the white race.
3. The trinkets and ornaments represents the riches, wealth and knowledge of the Blackman which was stolen by Nimrod and brought back to the white race in Europe.
4. The star on top of the tree represents the superior brain power of the white race to remain on top.
5. Santa Claus represents Nimrod bringing the riches of the Blackman back to Europe. (They do not explain where Santa Claus gets the presents from do they).


Okey-dokey. Now, I always thought Nimrod was just another old Testament douchebag, and other than seeing his character in John Huston's "The Bible" (Tower Babel sequence, Stephen Boyd plays Nimrod) who cares? Well I guess my elitist Princeton bourgie ass was plain mistaken:

Two key figures in the origin of Christmas are Nimrod, a great grandson of Noah, and his mother and wife, Semiramis, also known as Ishtar and Isis. Nimrod, known in Egypt as Osiris, was the founder of the first world empire at Babel, later known as Babylon (Genesis 10:8-12; 11:1-9). From ancient sources such as the "Epic of Gilgamesh" and records unearthed by archeologists from long-ruined Mesopotamian and Egyptian cities, we can reconstruct subsequent events.
After Nimrod's death (c. 2167 BC), Semiramis promoted the belief that he was a god. She claimed that she saw a full-grown evergreen tree spring out of the roots of a dead tree stump, symbolizing the springing forth of new life for Nimrod. On the anniversary of his birth, she said, Nimrod would visit the evergreen tree and leave gifts under it. His birthday fell on the winter solstice at the end of December.
A few years later, Semiramis bore a son, Horus or Gilgamesh. She declared that she had been visited by the spirit of Nimrod, who left her pregnant with the boy. Horus, she maintained, was Nimrod reincarnated. With a father, mother, and son deified, a deceptive, perverted
trinity was formed.


According to this stuff adopted by a few idiots, the Christmas tree is really a "Nimrod tree," representing Nimrod's evil...Nimrod's erect phallus, etc. etc. Mix that with the usual Elijah Muhammad crap and you get black folks' number one Christmas myth. Dumb? Yes. But it helps buttress the artifice you need when you aren't going buy a Christmas gift for your kids, yet jack a nice PS3 or new North Face parka for yourself.


Hope you had a Merry Christmas. Now let me curse Nimrod for all these damn pine needles I got to vaccum up!

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now THIS was funny. I have never heard of this before.

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pluky said...

Please, please tell me you were just making all this up as a New Year's goof. That no one with a lick of sense believes any of it. I'm by no means an expert on Near Eastern antiquity, but there is so much wrong here. Nimrod=Osiris="The World Tree" for white folks?

Lisa said...

I wish he was kidding but I know a mess of folk in NYC, Chicago and my hometown in Memphis who believe this.

Derek said...

You mean the swine flu doesn't come from pork chops? Where? When? LOL

Anonymous said...

You hate your own people. That is all that is evident from this blog.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous@2:40pm, I think Chambers loves his own people enough to point up the foolishness hanging out there that people like you apparently tolerate.

Brownie said...

Anonymous@2:47 - well put!

Cliff Albright said...

Good article. Certainly alot of mis-information in those myths, but in criticizing the foolishness, i don't think we should miss some of the real Christmas inconsistencies. The winter solstice part of the myth is actually true. We do know that some other religions celebrated the solstice and that at some point the Christian church, in an effort to become more appealing to non-believers, incorporated some aspects, including the date. For the same reasons, most people associate Easter with the bunny more than Jesus.

We also are told in the bible (Jeremiah 10:2-4), "Thus saith the LORD, Learn not the way of the heathen, and be not dismayed at the signs of heaven; for the heathen are dismayed at them. For the customs of the people are vain: for one cuts a tree out of the forest, the work of the hands of the workman, with the axe. They deck it with silver and with gold; they fasten it with nails and with hammers, that it move not.

With all that said, after trying to give up the tree for a couple of years, my kids eventually convinced me to bring it back...yep, i sold out.

Big Man said...

Little known fact, but Nimrod was actually black. He was the grandson of Ham and acknowledged black man by most bible readers.

Just for info.

LaJane Galt said...

Unfortunately I heard some sort of anti-Nimrod screed relating to this and the flag of Lebanon.

I S-t you not. The Lebanese flag.

Melinda said...

hahahaha this Nimrod post makes laugh a lot, "the superiority of the white race" are you kidding ?

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