Topic: Thanksgiving is a lie. Must be changed to a National Day of Mourning.
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National Day of Mourning turns Thanksgiving into something more honest

Washington (CNN)A version of this story appeared in CNN's Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here.

There's little similarity between the actual harvest feast in 1621 that eventually inspired Thanksgiving and the event's commemoration in popular culture.
Historians doubt that anyone ate turkey. The Wampanoags' alliance with the Pilgrims was less about forging community than about ensuring survival at a time of tremendous change. And, initially, the pious newcomers didn't even invite the Wampanoags to the revelry.


More sobering still, the yarn often spun in the US doesn't mention the fact that Indigenous people's encounter with English colonists was marked by incalculable loss from everything from genocide to disease and theft of land.

"As a holiday, Thanksgiving began in 1637 when it was proclaimed by governor John Winthrop of the Massachusetts Bay Colony to celebrate the safe return of the men who had gone to fight against the Pequot in Mystic, Connecticut," the journalist Matt Juul noted in 2014.

Juul explained, "The fighting led to the enslavement and massacre of over 700 men, women and children from the New England-based tribe, a bloody precursor to what would be centuries of strife for Native peoples in the US."

https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/25/us/national-day-of-mourning-race-deconstructed-newsletter/index.html



Are you brave enough to embrace reality or is the lie more fun?


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I'm ready to end US Hegemony.

Are you?


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 :jewspeak: said: National Day of Mourning turns Thanksgiving into something more honest  :jewspeak: 
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Washington (CNN)A version of this story appeared in CNN's Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here. :jewspeak: 
 :jewspeak: 
There's little similarity between the actual harvest feast in 1621 that eventually inspired Thanksgiving and the event's commemoration in popular culture. :jewspeak: 
Historians doubt that anyone ate turkey. The Wampanoags' alliance with the Pilgrims was less about forging community than about ensuring survival at a time of tremendous change. And, initially, the pious  :jewspeak: newcomers didn't even invite the Wampanoags to the revelry. :jewspeak: 
 :jewspeak: 
More sobering still, the yarn often spun in the US doesn't mention the fact that Indigenous people's encounter with English colonists was marked by incalculable loss from everything from genocide to disease and theft of land. :jewspeak: 
 :jewspeak: 
"As a holiday, Thanksgiving began in 1637 when it was proclaimed by governor John Winthrop of the Massachusetts Bay Colony to celebrate the safe return of the men who had gone to fight against the Pequot in Mystic, Connecticut," the journalist Matt Juul noted in 2014. :jewspeak: 
 :jewspeak: 
Juul explained, "The fighting led to the enslavement and massacre of over 700 men, women and children from the New England-based tribe, a bloody precursor to what would be centuries of strife for Native peoples in the US." :jewspeak: 

 :jewspeak: www.cnn.com/2021/11/25/us/national-day-of-mourning-race-deconstructed-newsletter/index.html :jewspeak: 

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 :jewspeak: Are you brave enough to embrace reality or is the lie more fun? :jewspeak: 


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 :jewspeak: said:  :jewspeak: I'm ready to end US Hegemony.  :jewspeak: 

 :jewspeak: Are you? :jewspeak: 


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FUCK YOU OP


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Let's just change every holiday to Genocide Day now and get it over with.


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Damn, this jewspeak freak again.


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Insane kike faggotry is ahoof


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. said: Damn, this jewspeak freak again.

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He's doing the Lord's work

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 :cryingnazi::jewspeak: said: National Day of Mourning turns Thanksgiving into something more honest  :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 
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Washington (CNN)A version of this story appeared in CNN's Race Deconstructed newsletter. To get it in your inbox every week, sign up for free here. :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 
:cryingnazi: :jewspeak: 
There's little similarity between the actual harvest feast in 1621 that eventually inspired Thanksgiving and the event's commemoration in popular culture.:cryingnazi: :jewspeak: 
Historians doubt that anyone ate turkey. The Wampanoags' alliance with the Pilgrims was less about forging community than about ensuring survival at a time of tremendous change. And, initially, the pious :cryingnazi: :jewspeak: newcomers didn't even invite the Wampanoags to the revelry.:cryingnazi: :jewspeak: 
 :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 
More sobering still, the yarn often spun in the US doesn't mention the fact that Indigenous people's encounter with English colonists was marked by incalculable loss from everything from genocide to disease and theft of land. :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 
 :jewspeak: 
"As a holiday, Thanksgiving began in 1637 when it was proclaimed by governor John Winthrop of the Massachusetts Bay Colony to celebrate the safe return of the men who had gone to fight against the Pequot in Mystic, Connecticut," the journalist Matt Juul noted in 2014. :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 
 :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 
Juul explained, "The fighting led to the enslavement and massacre of over 700 men, women and children from the New England-based tribe, a bloody precursor to what would be centuries of strife for Native peoples in the US." :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 

 :cryingnazi::jewspeak: www.cnn.com/2021/11/25/us/national-day-of-mourning-race-deconstructed-newsletter/index.html :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 

 :cryingnazi::jewspeak: 

 :jewspeak: Are you brave enough to embrace reality or is the lie more fun? :jewspeak: 


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:cryingnazi::jew::cryingnazi:

:cryingnazi::cryingnazi::cryingnazi:


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Native Americans have a lot to be thankful for Jicarilla Apache tribe every family worth 2.6 million


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. said: Native Americans have a lot to be thankful for Jicarilla Apache tribe every family worth 2.6 million

­ http://www.williampbarrett.com/CrossRich/


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FUCK THIS
see other thread about reparations


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. said:
. said: Native Americans have a lot to be thankful for Jicarilla Apache tribe every family worth 2.6 million

­ http://www.williampbarrett.com/CrossRich/

­google dulce nm


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. said:
. said:
. said: Native Americans have a lot to be thankful for Jicarilla Apache tribe every family worth 2.6 million

­ http://www.williampbarrett.com/CrossRich/

­google dulce nm

­ https://www.discovery.com/exploration/Secret-Underground-Alien-Base-Dulce-New-Mexico


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oooooo i so bad want to believe.


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. said: oooooo i so bad want to believe.

­yep


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Please someone bring up ONE HOLIDAY that is the Exact Same as when it was first introduced....
With the same tradition same ritual same meaning. 
SHIT, SOME FUCKERS CANT JUST ENJOY A THING WITHOUT BRINGING UP THEIR SJW/LIBERAL BULLSHIT!


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. said: Insane kike faggotry is ahoof

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The day of mourning happened when the traitorous administration of the senile Biden took office.  Destroying our country daily with illegal immigrants and terrible spending bills.


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When liberal filth is being rounded up and shoved into internment caps, articles like this will be cited as a proof of their guilt and why they shall face the ultimate punishment(AKA entertainment for We, the People).


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. said: The day of mourning happened when the traitorous administration of the senile Biden took office.  Destroying our country daily with illegal immigrants and terrible spending bills.

­:lol::fag::potd:


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"More sobering still, the yarn often spun in the US doesn't mention the fact that Indigenous people's encounter with English colonists was marked by incalculable loss from everything from genocide to disease and theft of land."

:winner:
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Yes, the libbies have been remarkably quiet on that point over the past 50 years.


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charlie brown special said the land was basically empty from sickness and disease.   I believe that bald headed loser more than I do the libs.



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