With all the different current events going on in the world, we all really need a funny, relaxed, refreshing, and yet eye-opening commentary on it all.
Sayyid Shahryar's here to humbly shed a little insight into all that's going on around the world; past, present, and perhaps even future.
In this episode of 'Keepin' It Real', we're going to be talking about Thanksgiving in our Thanksgiving special, so 'Can You Please Pass the Turkey?!', as you watch our part 1 of 2 episode titled 'Can You Please Pass the Turkey?!'.
But seriously, what is the reality of this almost mythical event that is celebrating yearly in the United States of America, and is commonly known as 'Thanksgiving'?
And according to the 'Thanksgiving' myth, where and when did the first glorious 'Thanksgiving' take place?
According to the myth of 'Thanksgiving', who were the people that attended this mythical first 'Thanksgiving'?
And despite it being an incredibly derogatory term, who does the term 'Injuns' refer to?
According to the myth of 'Thanksgiving', how long did the first mythical 'Thanksgiving' take; i.e. how many days?
Yet, despite this crazy colonialist propaganda regarding the mythical 'Thanksgiving', what is the actual historical truth about the first 'Thanksgiving'?
And if the accurate history of the Native Americans was taught in American universities and schools, would we at 'Keepin' It Real' even have to talk about the subject?
What does Mr. Phillip Deloria, scholar of Native American History at Harvard's History Department say about the aforementioned question?
According to certain historians, for how many years were the Native Americans living in the Americas, which includes the United States of America?
(hint: well over 10,000 years!)
What was the name of the Native American tribe that lived in the area of Massachusetts when the infamous Pilgrims arrived and were present in the area when the first historical 'Thanksgiving' took place?
Who was Chief Ousamequin and what does the Native American term 'Sachem' mean?
What does Illuminative.org have to say about all this?
What was 'Indian Fever', where did it come from, and approximately how many Native Americans were killed by it?
What was 'King Phillips War', who was 'King Phillip', approximately how many people died in this war, and why would we bring it up in this episode where we're talking about the myth of 'Thanksgiving'?
What in the world is a 'Moniker' and what is its relation to white racist supremacism in the context of 'King Phillip'?
And why are Native Americans incorrectly known as 'Indians' and what does Christopher Columbus have to do with this colossal mishap?
And finally, [thank God], who is Chief Metacomet and why do we call him Chief Metacomet ibn Ousamequin, and in the end, what happened to his head and his tribal allies?
And please forgive the Islamic Pulse team, because we really do try to keep the host of 'Keepin' It Real' from talking this much.
And yes, we know, the correct spelling of 'Thanksgiving' is not 'Tanksgiving'. but thanks for your help anyways.
And kindly don't forget to watch our Thanksgiving Special conclusionary episode titled 'Can You Please Pass the Turkey Again?!' [Emphasis on the 'Again?!'], which will be released much sooner than you expect.
Hey, we're just "Keepin' It Real".
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