Friday, November 21, 2008

Thanksgiving celebrates the decimation of the original peoples

Before the arrival of the white man America, like Africa was a land of peace and harmony

The white man holiday of "Thanksgiving" is a day of mourning for all indigenous people. It is a white celebration of conquest, war, oppression and racism. Read the truth about Thanksgiving here.


Anonymous said...

i like turkey and watching football

Keith P. said...


I just came across your blog, Truth First Now, and I want to commend and honor your work. I read a lot of the comments saying that this is a “spoof site.” I hope this is not true. I don’t think that it is, because if your intent was to inflame rather than to educate, you could certainly use much more inflammatory language than you employ.

Just so you know where I am coming from, I am a White man who first had his eyes opened to the theft of the Black legacy by Western historians when I began reading the works of Gerald Massey. I have had a life-long interest in Egyptology, but even as a young boy knew that the official version of history did not add up. I also had the privilege of attending a historically Black college (West Virginia State) where I earned my B.A. in Sociology, but always maintained my interest in history. I don’t use the word “privilege” for the sake of ass-kissing, but rather to express my appreciation for attending a school where the truth was taught, and the burden of accepting that truth was left to the student.

I agree with you that we are in historic times. Senator, soon to be President, Obama represents a return to sanity in a wounded nation. Correction.. He represents a never before achieved level of sanity in a self-wounded nation. He has restored my hope that this country can be a modern nation rather than a lumbering European colony with a Victorian notion of civilization. It is discouraging to see the “Joe the Plumbers” parroting the script handed down by the most wealthy .5% of the country, without realizing that literally 99.5% will benefit from the justice and equality which Sen. Obama represents. But at the same time it is encouraging to see that most Americans are at least fed up enough with the status quo to vote for change, even if begrudgingly so. But a start is a start.

Thank you for standing up and encouraging this dialogue. Thank you for believing enough in America to work for a better country. Can a nation which has always lived under the stain of genocide live up to its own stated ideas? We’ll see. Can people whose history together is so full of strife and injustice become Brother Citizens? Not without Whites getting past the “it’s not my fault” mentality and doing the work which is actually required in Making Things Right. Again, we’ll see.

I hope so.

Wishing you Wisdom, Courage, and Compassion,

Keith P.

piddle_in_fountain said...

Ahhh, the lovely 'religion of peace'. And a bunch of PC, worthless Bobbies.

Big Dog said...

You indicate that the original peoples were decimated. That is not as bad as you make it seem.

You see, decimate means to reduce by one tenth. So out of every 100 Original peoples, 90 survived.

Perhaps you should have paid attention in school instead of attending the "I am oppressed by white people" pity parties.

I am tired of hearing people complain about something that never, EVER affected them.

Besides, racism has ended. The white people you despise elected Barry Obambi to be president. Without whites voting for him he would have lost so racism is over now shut up.

Big Dog

Anonymous said...

I have many Cherokee friends. All of them celebrated Thanksgiving Day.

BWHAHAHAHAHA! So much for your idiotic spoutings.

Anonymous said...

Actually it celebrates the one day we got along with them.