I like the concept of Thanksgiving, though the history is rightly associated with the Native American genocide at the hands of Euro-banker mercenaries. Thanksgiving should serve as a metaphor for the kindness which the “real human beings” embody.
Those European expeditions, financed by the inbred Sangreal (bloodline) Illuminati Kings, were designed to decimate indigenous people and, more importantly, their collectivist worldview, which still today serves as a roadblock on the bankers’ path towards world domination.
The best book I’ve read lately is The Real Human Beings by Calvin Luther Martin. A well-known Rutgers history professor, Martin tired of the academic climber scene, quit his job and went to live with the Yupic people near Bethel, Alaska.
Martin’s book speaks of two very different realities, which cannot be reconciled. As such, the indigenous reality has been continually discredited, suppressed and physically attacked by the invader reality. It is a story of givers and takers- a tale of a people who see themselves a part of nature and a people who see themselves separate from nature. Read the rest of this entry »