Leftridge: A Thanksgiving Blessing for That Which We Do Not Deserve

It’s important to remember what we’re thankful for right?

Isn’t that what this Indian-murdering holiday is all about? Well, first I suppose I’m thankful for my forefathers who murdered all of those Indians. Without their noble efforts, who knows where we’d be (and since I’ve got a good-bit of Indian blood in me as well, I’d like to say, "Patience, brothers. Our time will come once again. 

"When the white man least suspects it, after his society has crumbled mightily due to years of greed and distress, we will rise once again, murdering his sleeping children under the cover of night, raping his women beneath a brilliant moon, and scalping his honky-ass before making jerky from the soles of his feet."

So in short, I’ll be killing children, raping moms and cannibalizing white dudes over the holiday.


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12 Responses to Leftridge: A Thanksgiving Blessing for That Which We Do Not Deserve

  1. Johnny says:

    “”So in short, I’ll be killing children, raping moms and cannibalizing white dudes over the holiday. “”

    As long as you are talking about doing these things only to glazer’s family, it is fine by me., have at it.

  2. xxMillerTimexx says:

    That put a damper on this holiday season.

  3. smartman says:

    Even Steven
    We created professional sports as “restitution” for the KNEE-GROWS and the Indian’s got fucking CASH COW casinos. Get out of the sweatlodge WRITES DUMB SHIT and do your homework. You’ll see life ain’t so bad on the reservation if you can overcome your historical addictions and play by the rules.

    In the event we need to play Manifest Destiny II, Cowboys and Indians Redux my money’s on Dallas and not Cleveland. Now crawl back in your teepee and go to sleep under your dreamcatcher.

  4. Orphan of the Road says:

    As they say down in the Nations
    Sure glad Columbus wasn’t looking for Turkey.

    All of today’s ills can be traced back to the Indians having such lax immigration policies.

    Once the big feast was finished, Gov Bradford and his followers returned to paying a reward for dead Indians and crucifying Presbyterians.

  5. tiad says:

    Wow, I’m Glad…
    …that only the commenters are the haters and the “disturbed ones” here. Wow!

  6. Dis T Herb says:

    read the SIGN
    Do Not Disturb!!!…. anymore than we already are

  7. chuck says:

    That romantic “Dances With Wolves” image ya got in your head, should be replaced with a more realistic Hobbsian take which includes predation, violence and short, brutish lives.

    If your thinkin some Kevin Kostner lookin guy with perfect hair actually finds a hot redhead in the middle of Sioux Nation back in the 1860s, then you have a trunk full of Westinghouse TVs.

    Adjudication of centuries old crimes, by way of the your extemporaneous interpretation of the current zeitgeist is folly indeed, and will give you indigestion on Thanksgiving.

    Go dump a couple of thou at an Indian Casino (Thanks smartman) if the weight of an ancient guilt filled crucible is too much to bear.

    By the way, read “Indian Summer”, the fuckin Camanches were by far the scariest rulers of the plains.

    If you really want a feel for Sioux Native American Aboriginal culture, check out Evan S. Connel’s “Sun of the Morning Star” (25 years old, it is a great read!) or the more recent “A Terrible Glory” and “These Were The Sioux”.

    Free yourself from guilt, crush your enemies, see them driven before you and hear the lamentations of their women.

  8. Orphan of the Road says:

    The crimes continue to day with the government & Big Oil stealing crude from the Nations.

    Read 1491 America Before Columbus. Throws the whole notion of the “noble savage” out the window.

    Had aliens landed in 1491 they would have thought Europe to be filled with savages and the Americas the center of civilization.

    And as a Nation of Laws, remember how the Indian Removal Act was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

    Great grandfather X 6 was Black Kettle’s adopted son. After the battles in Kentucky for land and the government’s theft of his lands he moved the family to Missouri. There he hung out with the chiefs and warriors whom he battled early in life. Said they had honor where the US had none. Just sayin’…

  9. chuck says:

    If it makes every one feel any better…
    I burned $100.00 at a casino called Route 66, in Albuquerque last month.

    That, and the fact that my ancestors were fishermen in Norway, and didn’t shoot any Native Americans 2 centuries ago, gets me and my whole family off of the hook.

    Now, back to crushin enemies…

  10. chuck says:

    Oh yeah…
    Its a Native American casino.

  11. Orphan of the Road says:

    Native Americans
    That would be the turkey and the bison.

    We’ve been here since 1605.

    Remember Geronimo with Chuck Connors? And how at the end of the movie the white man shows him how to grow corn. ROFLMAO

    When the first explorers came to North America there were no taxes, men spent their days fishing, hunting and playing lacrosse and women did most of the work.

    And the wasichu thought they could improve on this?

  12. chuck says:

    Good point.
    I cede the field.

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