Thanksgiving has always been among my least favorite holidays. Not merely because of the mendacity of the traditional narrative regarding its origins — you know, the whole “Indians and Pilgrims living in harmony” nonsense that conveniently ignores the genocide being planned even then by the latter — but because confining gratitude to one day of the year always seemed rather ungrateful. It always felt to me the way Yom Kippur did as a young Jewish kid: one day of atonement meant to paper over the really lousy stuff you had done the other 364 days.has always been among my least favorite holidays. (Tim Wise)
Did self style, white media and West defined "anti racist" Tim Wise just imply that Thanksgiving is a day of atonement Caucasians have set aside for their malicious mass murder of millions of Native Americans when it is actually a day set aside to feast on the atrocity and lick the Blood On Their Hands? And, with the Yom Kippur reference, is he yet claiming that he is a Jew by blood rather than by tradition? Jews who can't claim Jewhood by blood are not Jews. Revelation 2:9 I know your afflictions and your poverty--yet you are rich! I know the slander of those who say they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan.