Liberals Ban Fall Holidays

Culture Wars of Autumn

Indigenous Peoples Day

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Some right wingers are of the opinion that if Liberals hate Columbus Day so much then it has to be a good thing.

To set the record straight, Columbus was a murderous fiend, there is no question about that. He did not simply open up a New World and step back- he viciously conquered and subjugated the indigenous populations. However, in reality, he merely expedited the conversion of primitive peoples into the Human family and modern civilization.

Primitive man, which is exactly what the first American were, lived in a perpetual state of Warfare. Inter tribal warfare - tribal genocide amongst warring tribes and klans was relentless and never ending in most cases. In many regions a full third of the indigenous population died off every winter, in others entire tribes were tortured and slaughtered by enemy tribes on a continuous basis.

Americans of the past several decades have been force fed the Liberal tripe of the noble savage, living in perfect harmony with nature and one another. The Native American Revisionist History has elevated the indigenous peoples to an almost angelic stature, which is absolute nonsense.

They raped, enslaved, plundered and killed one another as a way of life. They existed in somewhat harmony with nature - because they had no choice, their society was centuries behind Eurasians. They effectively were still in the Bronze age at best , the stone age more commonly.

Columbus initiated a sequence of events leading to the establishment of the most successful republic humanity has ever produced, and a haven through much of the 19th and 20th Centuries for the Old Worlds huddled masses yearning to be free. Liberal hatred of Columbus and Columbus Day in actuality is about destroying the legitimacy of America's supremacy. Its about destroying faith in our national heritage.

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American History spits in the face of Utopian Socialism. That failed , but perpetually repackaged Marxist dung that has sewn misery and despair everywhere it has ever been introduced. This very fact is the root of the lefts hatred of American History and continuous attempts at Historical Revisionism.

That is why Columbus Day, not Christopher Columbus the man, but Columbus Day - the Holiday is portrayed as an abominable holiday and a celebration to be banned. Ban Columbus Day and you have taken an important step to re-writing and erasing the inconvenient truths that, the enigmas that challenge Marxist - Socialist World domination .

Liberalism, a modern avatar of an age old tyranny that consolidates power amongst an elite nobility, the privileged few.

In 2011, a Massachusetts public school principal believing she had a mandate to impose her leftist views on public school children, banned celebrations of Columbus Day and Thanksgiving, as well as banning children from celebrating or dressing up for Halloween. She labeled them American atrocities parading as historical holidays.

As per Kennedy School Principal Anne Foley, When we were young we might have been able to claim ignorance of the atrocities that Christopher Columbus committed against the indigenous peoples... We can no longer do so. For many of us and our students celebrating this particular person is an insult and a slight to the people he annihilated. On the same lines, we need to be careful around the Thanksgiving Day time as well.

Some Kennedy school children not old enough to have been fully indoctrinated by the pomposity of Liberal Brainwashing chimed in on their principals ban.

"I don't like that. I've celebrated Halloween since I was a little kid and I don't think its right to ban it."

"I think that its kind of ridiculous because we should celebrate what we want to celebrate. We should not be told what we shouldn't by other people."

Parents responded to the local Fox News outlet saying that they felt the principal was way out of line.

'I don't think they should not be able to celebrate these holidays I mean this country was formed with the idea that everything is a free country, and they should be able to celebrate these holidays.'

'My kids were brought up with Halloween and whatever have you. She has no right to tell these kids they cant have it, The children, they need to express themselves and be children. Don't take holidays and fun time away from them. They have so much homework. They don't have enough play time, I am the son of Italian immigration's, so I take Columbus Day very near and dear, and I am proud that he discovered America and that America... named after another Italian.'

While it may be true that the story was exaggerated and aggrandized somewhat by the right wing, it is a trend that goes unnoticed. Principal Foley's folly is in that she got caught red handed. In countless other indoctrination centers masquerading as schools from sea to shining sea, pompous liberals impose their will unopposed and unreported.

Fall is upon us what are Children being taught ?

From: Foley, Anne

To: Kennedy School

When we were young we might have been able to claim ignorance of the atrocities that Christopher Columbus committed against the indigenous peoples of the new world. We can no longer do so. For many of us and our students celebrating this particular person is an insult and a slight to the people he annihilated.


Origin of Thanksgiving

A great plague among the Northern New England natives ran from 1616-1618 and had decimated nearly all the Wampanoag from Plymouth to Boston. A Native American named Samoset, an Abenaki tribesman from what is now Maine made first contact with them. Samoset learned English from fishermen and told the pilgrims of this plague, the following was recorded "about foure yeares agoe, all the Inhabitants dyed of an extraordinary plague, and there is neither man, woman, nor childe remaining, as indeed we haue found none, so as there is none to hinder our possession, or to lay claime unto it.' Samoset introduced the pilgrims to Massasoit, the Wampanoag Chief who sought an Alliance with them to defend against his Narragansett rival.

The Narragansett were New England's largest tribe, the great plague of 1616 never affected them and unlike the Wampanoag, they were still numerous. The Narragansett and Wampanoag were fierce adversaries. Because the Narragansett's were so much larger and stronger at this point, Wampanoag leader Massasoit made peace with the Plymouth colonists to ally them against his Narragansett rivals.

The Pilgrims had nearly starved to death. The Wampanoag, helped their new Allies, taught them to plant corn and other native crops. Come the fall of 1621 the Pilgrims celebrated their first successful harvest with a three-day feast and invited the Wampanoag. That event is commemorated every November on Thanksgiving. The Wampanoag were accommodating to the white settlers with an ulterior motive, not because they were naive noble savages.

"How much longer can the liberal left survive in the face of growing scientific evidence that many of its core beliefs are false? I am thinking in particular of the conviction that all human beings are born with the same capacities, particularly the capacity for good, and that all mankinds sins can be laid at the door of the capitalist societies of the West. For the sake of brevity, lets call this the myth of the noble savage. This romanticism underpins all progressive movements .... Indeed, the reaction of so-called free thinkers to purveyors of inconvenient truths is reminiscent of the reaction of fundamentalist Christians to scientists who challenged their core beliefs." - Toby Young in the American Spectator