We have to give them credit. They have mastered the art of illusion. They have convinced literary billions of people worldwide to accept their sick, twisted, and untrue version of history. They do this so that they can justify and generate support for their murderous assault on humanity. When I say they I'm talking about the multi-national capitalist corporations whose interests are represented through their organizations of influence: The Council of Foreign Relations, Tri-lateral Commission, Democratic Party, Republican Party, Ford, Chevron Foundations, Ad Council, and the many university administrations, library committees, media companies, and the many other organizations they use to advance their agenda. They use holidays like "Thanksgiving" or what we call Thankstaking, to annually confuse everyone into subtely accepting their murderous assault against the Native peoples under the guise that all you are doing is getting together with family and friends. While you are eating and watching football, they don't want you to even consider the truth that the "Thanksgiving" holiday grows specifically out of the 1637 violent assault against the Pequot Tribe in the area known today as Virginia by English and Dutch terrorists. There was no feast of Indians and White people. This was a myth created by the framers of history mentioned above to take a murderous home invasion robbery and turn it into a holiday that has been celebrated annually for hundreds of years. It would be no different than having a national holiday to celebrate people who stormtrooper busted into your house, raped your family, stole your house and everything you own, and then celebrated their barbarism by having a feast in your house. But, don't worry, it's just a dinner with family and friends right? It's just college and NFL football right? You aren't doing anything to contribute to that horrific story from 400 years ago. You're just enjoying a much deserved day off right? All of that is more than likely true, but pay attention to your youth on Thursday. When they are playing while the adults socialize, watch when one of them finds a quarter or dime on your floor. What will that child's reaction be? Will it be "here's a quarter of yours I found!" or will it be "I just found a quarter!" More than likely it will be the latter and although you may grin at this scene, don't miss the fact that you are observing the results of 400 years conditioning that has trained us that whatever you can take, whatever you can get, you can make it yours. Its the American way and these holidays serve one purpose and one purpose only....To make you believe it.