In 3rd grade or so I had a very detailed dream about my elementary school counselor running a factory that turned kids into Thanksgiving food. I never saw that man the same again.
Slow Roasted Turkey Legs
Celebrate the holidays with slow roasted turkey legs that are tender and juicy with a rich flavorful Chinese-inspired spice mix.
Recipe => https://omnivorescookbook.com/roast-turkey-leg/
The Goyim are fucking wild, the way I would have dumped that casserole over that woman's head, also divorce that wife.
For people who live in the U.S., November can bring to mind a lot of things, and one of them is Thanksgiving. This can be a complicated holiday because while most people just see it as an excuse to get together with friends and family and pig out, we all know that the story of the "First Thanksgiving" is bullshit.
This November, and for as long as it takes, I'm asking you to keep Native American and Alaska Native rights in mind and to fight for them. ICWA, the Indian Child Welfare Act, is at risk.
This act was created to stop cultural genocide. Until the late 1900s, Native American and Alaska Native children were routinely kidnapped and placed in residential schools and white families, where they faced abuse, forced assimilation, and sometimes murder. ICWA was passed in 1978 to stop this by allowing tribes to control the foster and adoption placement of Native American and Alaska Native children.
However, today, the SCOTUS started hearing arguments in a case that could overturn ICWA. This would not only endanger children and allow cultural genocide, but it would endanger tribal sovereignty since it would deny sovereign tribes the rights over the placement of their own children.
This November, this Thanksgiving, and until ICWA has been upheld, I ask you to stand up for the rights of Native Americans and Alaska Natives.
Spread the word about what is happening. Don't let this get swept under the rug. Post about it. Tell your friends and family.
Write to representatives.
Reach out to local tribes to see what you can do to help.
And if you can afford to do so, donate to Native American and Alaska Native organizations.
Ive had this saved in my phone since April