Well, although the actual celebrating of Christmas is really nothing more than the ancient worship of the Black Hamitic king Nimrod, the idea of gift giving comes from a man that lived so many years ago.
He really gave gifts to children among other charitable deeds. At a young age Nicholas’ wealthy parents, died in an epidemic. Being a devout Israelite, he followed the words of the messiah to “sell what you own and give the money to the poor.”
Nicholas used his whole inheritance to assist the needy, the sick, and the suffering. He was made the Bishop of Myra while still a young man.
Among the Greeks and Italians he is a favorite of sailors, fishermen, ships and sailing. As such he has become over time the patron saint of several cities maintaining harbors. In centuries of Greek folklore, Nicholas was seen as "The Lord of the Sea", often described by modern Greek scholars as a kind of Christianized version of Poseidon. In modern Greece, he is still easily among the most recognizable saints and December 6 finds many cities celebrating their patron saint. He is also the patron saint of all of Greece and particularly of the Hellenic Navy.
Several stories tell of Nicholas and the sea. When he was young, Nicholas sought the holy by making a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. There as he walked where Yahoshua walked, he sought to more deeply experience Yahoshua's life, passion, and resurrection. Returning by sea, a mighty storm threatened to wreck the ship. Nicholas calmly prayed. The terrified sailors were amazed when the wind and waves suddenly calmed, sparing them all. And so St. Nicholas is the patron of sailors and voyagers.
So was he a man of color?
Nicholas held a high office of bishop at such a young age speaks to the dominant role Israel played during the dark ages when dark-skinned Israelites ruled Europe.
In the Eastern Orthodox Church, Saint Nicholas' memory is celebrated on almost every Thursday of the year (together with the Apostles) with special hymns to him which are found in the liturgical book known as the Octoechos. Soon after the transfer of Saint Nicholas' relics from Myra to Bari, a Russian version of his Life and an account of the transfer of his relics were written by a contemporary to this event.
When Vladimir the Great brought Christianity to Kiev in AD 988, stories of Saint Nicholas came along, too. Nicholas is greatly revered in Russia as the protector of the weak from the strong, the oppressed from the oppressor, and the poor from the rich.
Saint Nicholas is the Orthodox tradition's Wonder or Miracle Worker. As such he is Russia's most beloved saint; his icon often appearing on triptychs with the Messiah and the Blessed mother Mary. Numerous Russian cathedrals, monasteries, and churches have been dedicated to St. Nicholas.
White supremacy has been the religion of the western world and the white washing or lighting of the art of the iconic figures of the Dark Ages have been at the top of the agenda. Not only was St. Nick a so called black man but many of the worlds icons have been change to fit the dominant European culture of today.
Job 9:24 The earth is given into the hand of the wicked: he covereth the faces of the judges thereof; if not, where, and who is he?
The judges are the true Israelites and the Europeans have covered their faces with oil paintings depicting their images and likenesses . The true heritage is lost because of the sin of Israel. The Most High has allowed Esau to take our identity as his own.
Jeremiah 17:4 And thou, even thyself, shalt discontinue from thine heritage that I gave thee; and I will cause thee to serve thine enemies in the land which thou knowest not: for ye have kindled a fire in mine anger, which shall burn for ever.
We must turn from our wickedness so that this reproach be taken away from us and the kingdom be given to the Saints of the Most High again.
2 Chronicles 6:36-39 "When they sin against You (for there is no man who does not sin) and You are angry with them and deliver them to an enemy, so that they take them away captive to a land far off or near(slavery),-and if they have a change of heart in the land where they are held captive, and repent and plead with you in the land of their captivity and say, 'We have sinned, we have done wrong and acted wickedly';-if they return to You with all their heart and with all their soul in the land of their captivity, where they have been taken captive, and pray toward their land which You have given to their fathers and the city which You have chosen, and toward the house which I have built for Your name,-then from heaven, your dwelling place, hear their prayer and their petitions, and uphold their cause. And forgive your people, who have sinned against you.