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Offline Mr Mannn

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MSNBC Hates Thanksgiving After School Special
« on: November 24, 2021, 08:55:32 PM »
MSNBC Hosts ‘Real History’ of Thanksgiving: ‘Mythology of White America’ Marking Settlers’ ‘Genocide and Violence’
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/11/24/msnbc-hosts-real-history-thanksgiving-mythology-white-america-marking-settlers-genocide-violence/
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Author and attorney Gyasi Ross savagely attacked Thanksgiving, demanding white Americans “return the land” taken and claiming they developed myths to feel good about themselves when in reality they brought “genocide and violence” to natives. Ross says whites fearlessly kill Native and black Americans today through “state-sponsored violence” against minorities and modern slavery through imprisonment, and says the celebration of “white supremacy” continues to plague the country.

Appearing on MSNBC’s The Cross Connection with Tiffany Cross on Saturday, Ross’ segment, titled “The Thanksgiving history you’ve never heard,” saw the advocate for Native peoples discuss the “myths around Thanksgiving” as well as what the national holiday should mean for blacks and indigenous communities today.

Ross, who is of Native American ancestry, is a member of the Blackfeet Nation and the Suquamish Nation and has a penchant for storytelling.

Introducing him as a Cross Connection “favorite” and personal friend, Cross said Ross was there to deliver “the real story of Thanksgiving” as well as some history “you probably never read in your school books. “
Booga Booga! Most of the article is still at the link.
Tis the season for the frothing at the mouth haters. Thanksgiving is worse that even 10 Kyle Rittenhouses!

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Re: MSNBC Hates Thanksgiving After School Special
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2021, 10:25:55 AM »
And how do we know that the indigenous people didn't take the land from someone else? With the lengths of time involved, it is a certainty that they stole the land from someone else.
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Re: MSNBC Hates Thanksgiving After School Special
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2021, 08:09:55 PM »
And how do we know that the indigenous people didn't take the land from someone else? With the lengths of time involved, it is a certainty that they stole the land from someone else.

When Bradford got back from England, Massachusetts colonists had given-up on agriculture and were performing servant-duties for, I want to say the Narraganset Tribe, for food-scraps. 

You'd think the commie-media would be celebrating that. 
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