Uh-oh! Seems like some Seattle Public Schools official hates America!
With so many holidays approaching we want to again remind you that Thanksgiving can be a particularly difficult time for many of our Native students. … Eleven myths are identified about Thanksgiving, take a look at #11 and begin your own deconstruction.
Myth #11: Thanksgiving is a happy time
Fact: For many Indian people, “Thanksgiving” is a time of mourning, of remembering how a gift of generosity was rewarded by theft of land and seed corn, extermination of many from disease and gun, and near total destruction of many more from forced assimilation. As currently celebrated in this country, “Thanksgiving” is a bitter reminder of 500 years of betrayal returned for friendship.
Look, I’m all for truthful, historically accurate lessons about Thanksgiving. But the “diversity”-peddlers’ agenda is not about historical accuracy. It’s about guilt-mongering and institutional racism indoctrination. […]
Tear up your kids’ construction-paper headdresses pronto and prepare for an Unhappy Un-Thanksgiving.
Heaven forbid that these seditious teachers actually tell students things that are, you know, historically accurate! Shorter Malkin: “I’m for historical accuracy, except when it reflects poorly on our ancestors. Inter these traitors!”
Added: Do you think Michelle Malkin, along with the other residents of metropolitan Wackistan, have a series of fill-in-the-blank templates for all these “War on X” posts?