To me, thanksgiving is a holiday that I celebrate things that I’m thankful for and spend time with family and loved ones. However, I submit in entirety the truth behind Thanksgiving. This was presented to me by a very wise person whose name is credited at the end.
Peace & Greetings,
For those who will read and listen, I submit truth about “Thanksgiving”. For those
who will not, so mote it be:
Contrary to the lies we were told while in the public “fool” system, the turkey bird had nothing to do with the origin of Thanksgiving and an alleged friendship with the Wampanoag Indians and the Pilgrims. They didn’t tell us this in school, but the day after the original Thanksgiving (October 19-21, 1621), the Pilgrims killed all 91 Wampanoag Indians who had anything to do with the original Thanksgiving.
After the arrival of the Moors, life would never be the same again in Europe. Spain became sophisticated by beautiful and stunning Moorish architecture. Beautifully designed mosques, libraries, and schools sprang up in Moorish cities. Education was offered to all citizens, including women, who were denied education in Europe during this time. Moorish Spain became the light of Europe, which was engulfed in “the Dark Ages.” The standard of living far exceeded that of the Europeans, who were jealous and envious of the Moors’ accomplishments in Spain. The Christian Spaniards fought hard to rid
Europe of their benevolent Muslim conquerors. There were eventually many bloody Muslim-Christian battles.
In the year 1491, the Moors surrendered the city of Granada, their last stronghold. On November 25, 1491, the Moors signed the “Act of Capitulation” after which Spain’s King Ferdinand II and Queen Isabella took possession of the city. The Spanish Christians were THANK-ful for the Moors GIVING (Thanks-Giving) up Granada, ending Islamic rule in the country. This was a merry and festive day in the eyes of the Europeans and would henceforth be a day of THANKS.
The defeat of the Moors brought 3 options: (1) Replace their Islamic and Asiatic customs with European customs and Christianity, (2) Be expelled from Spain, (3) Face execution!
After the expulsion of the Moors, Cardinal Ximenes (backed by Pope Alexander VI of Rome and Queen Isabella) ordered the destruction of the beautiful and stunning Moorish libraries and mosques. Many Moors were driven into West Africa and were later captured and sold into America as slaves. Some of these slaves came on the slave ships of Christopher Columbus (a Spanish Jew) who was commissioned by Queen Isabella on his voyage to the “New World.” Many other Moors sought refuge in the country of Anatolia. These expelled Muslims [Moors] from Spain would later be called “Turks,” (as in Turkish Moors) and the country would later be renamed “Turkey” (by Europeans).
After the expulsion of the Moors, Europeans began to annually celebrate November 25th. There would be great feasts all over Spain and Europe. Turkey bird (which is a crossbreed between the genetically engineered chicken and buzzard or ospray forbidden in Leviticus 11:13) was not the main meat dish served, but a fat roasted pig with an apple in its mouth (representing or symbolizing rebirth or a new beginning). Europeans ate so much on this feast day that virtually nobody could work the next day (which explains why in modern times many corporate jobs give their employees the day after Thanksgiving off!).
Years later, Europeans would begin to take revenge on the Moors, now called “Turks,” because of the sexual relations the Moors held with white Christian Spaniard women. The black men [Moors] were
mockingly called “Turkeys,” and were called this by European men because of their alleged wild and uncivilized nature. European Christians would now go on a “Turkey shoot” or “Turkey hunt.” The hunting of the stern Kharijite Moor from Turkey (Anatolia) became an act highly regarded by Europeans at the time. In the process of the “turkeyshoot” Europeans would engage in the wholesale slaughter of the black-skinned Turkish Moors. Innocent Moors would be hunted down cold-blooded by European Christians. Many others would be captured, tied by their wrists and ankles with rope and roasted ALIVE (just like you roast that turkey bird in the oven for Thanksgiving dinner).
The Moors that were not roasted alive would be laid on the ground and a European male would take a knife and literally CARVE up the Turk (which is what many people are re-enacting when they carve the turkey bird on Thanksgiving). This bloodied, carved up Turk (black man) would then have his internal organs removed and then would be stuffed with certain fabric material (the sick origin of stuffing the turkey bird with bread stuffing or dressing). The Moorish woman was literally carved and cut apart the way meat-eaters and butchers today cut up a chicken. Many a European man would say, “give me a breast!” or “I’ll take a thigh!” or “I want a leg,” just like meat-eaters do today when they are ordering fried chicken. Breasts, thighs, legs, are all female sexual-related and connotated body parts, as women are sized up and critiqued by the size of their breasts, thickness of their thighs etc. Feminist meat-eaters should think about the sexual politics of meat the next time they brutally bite into a piece of chicken (or any animal commonly eaten today for that matter, as all eaten meats are female).
After this violent and brutal act supra, European men would then engage in joyous merry-making which would culminate with a great big feast. This is what you call THANKSGIVING and eagerly celebrate every year under the false notion that you are celebrating the friendly act and feast between Native Americans (so-called Indians) and European settlers called Pilgrims.
And in regards to African-Americans (many of which are descendants or ascendants of the great Moors) out of ignorance we have celebrated Thanksgiving and feast the same way the Europeans did, after they conquered the Moors on November 25, 1491. And in this, we celebrate
the loss of our own land, the rape of our own women, the murder of our own children, the humiliation of our own forefathers, the fall of a black empire, the enslavement of our own people. Yes, you celebrate this dark and shameful day of our own people and call it “Thanksgiving”.
Bro. Dexter Harper
(Sharma Men Ra)
“The presence of a female in the community is the symbol of continuity of life in that community, and on the contrary, her absence is the symbol of its end. The feminine is life (God) in and around us.”
Kongo (Afrikan) Proverb