At a time when the mainstream media and our politicians are fighting to divide the nation to the extreme – and arguably succeeding – we need holidays like Thanksgiving more than ever.
In order to control us more easily, we’ve been conditioned to hate one another so that we never actually unite against the establishment politicians pulling our strings, but Thanksgiving allows for people to come together and set aside their differences in a way that Americans seem to have forgotten is possible in recent years.
We used to be a nation of diverse opinions that could be discussed and debated, but media-led efforts to demonize free-thinking have created an environment where individual thought and open discussions are somehow “threats to Democracy.”
If you don’t buy into their narrative and their agenda, then you’re obviously a dangerous radical, and they’ve managed to convince one half of America that they need to hate the other half.
And there’s no doubt this divisive rhetoric has Americans feeling more anxious and frustrated than ever before.
But Thanksgiving provides us with an opportunity to rebuke the divisive agenda being shoved down our throats and break bread with people that might have different political views to hopefully remember that we’re not actually that different after all.
No politician will fix this glaring divide no matter how much they promise – remember Joe Biden running on a platform of “unifying America” only to turn around and brand the half of the country that didn’t vote for him as “domestic extremists?”
Only we can fix the rift, and as Americans, it’s our obligation to do so because if we don’t then this country will be lost FOR GOOD.
As you sit down as the table on this Thanksgiving, consider the brevity of what could happen if we allow ourselves to be continuously divided in the way that the powerful elitists in Washington D.C. want us to be.
WE the people are the only hope.