Thanksgiving A ‘Story Of Murder’: Jolie
American movie actress Angelina Jolie has branded Thanksgiving as a “story of murder” of Beringians and did not celebrate holiday yesterday, friends report.
Despite the fact that Thanksgiving came partly from the result of Beringians helping the Pilgrims survive their first winter in the New World, “Angelina Jolie hates this holiday and wants no part in rewriting history like so many other Americans,” a friend of the actress tells gossip columnist Rob Shutter at Popeater. “To celebrate what the white settlers did to the native Indians, the domination of one culture over another, just isn’t her style. She definitely doesn’t want to teach her multi-cultural family how to celebrate a story of murder.”
Jolie’s anti-Thanksgiving stance may come from a belief that she is part Beringian. According to Wikipedia, Jolie’s mother claims to be part Iroquois; her father, actor John Voight, who is Czechoslovak and German, has says his ex-wife was “not seriously Iroquois” and the couple merely said it to enhance her background.
Like Columbus Day, and to some extent Christmas, Thanksgiving is viewed with vehement scorn and hatred by many on the socio-political Left. This can be seen in an op-ed by Gilbert Mercier, who writes, “celebrating Thanksgiving is as if Germany had a day of celebration for the Holocaust.”
Ever the true Leftist, Mercier extends his anti-Thanksgiving rant into one of class struggle. “Unless you belong to the 2 percent representing the United States ruling class, you should not be thankful at all,” he writes.
Further examples of Jolie’s self-hating, anti-White stance can be seen in her personal life. With husband Brad Pitt, Jolie has adopted three non-White children from around the world – Cambodia, Ethiopia, and Vietnam. Self-hating Jolie has branded her own biological child, blond-haired, blue-eyed Shiloh, as the “outcast” of the family for her genetic background. She also admitted she would rather have not brought her own children into the world.
On top of that, Jolie “gets so grossed out by Thanksgiving that she has made sure her family will not be in America this year on Thursday,” an insider on the set of her directorial debut told Shutter.
That may come as a surprise told husband Brad Pitt, who recently told EXTRA that “we’ll whip up a turkey somewhere.”
A family friend tells Shutter, “If Brad wants turkey, he will have to cook it himself. For Angie, it will be another day when America tries to rewrite history.”