The War against Thanksgiving Has Been DeclaredMorris van de Camp
Into the Dark: Pilgrim (2019)
Directed by Marcus Dunstan
Written by Noah Feinberg, Marcus Dunstan, & Patrick Melton
Starring Reign Edwards, Kerr Smith, & Courtney Henggeler
The single greatest – but largely unmentioned and unstudied – ethnic conflict in America is that between Yankees and Jews. In this case, the term Yankee is used in the stricter sense, i.e. to refer to the descendants of those Englishmen (mostly from East Anglia) who originally settled in New England, as well as those European immigrants they assimilated (such as Joseph Kennedy, Sr.) – rather than in the British sense, where it refers to all Americans, or the Southern, where it refers to anyone from the northern US. With the Jew/Yankee conflict in mind, it was only a matter of time before the ultimate Yankee holiday, Thanksgiving, became the subject of a Jewish metapolitical attack.
I am referring to “Pilgrim,” a 2019 episode of Hulu’s Into the Dark series. Before getting too deeply into this, I want to mention that if you like dumb B-movies with extremely stupid, and yet funny in a lowbrow sort of way, plots, this episode will tickle you. Indeed, if there were B-movie-level horror films that were both funny and dumb titled Rosh Hosanna (featuring a creepy, supernatural rabbi killing half-dressed coeds) or Purim: Haman’s Revenge, there wouldn’t be a reason for an article on something as funny (yet bad) as “Pilgrim.” However, Jewish film producers never profane Jewish holidays, and this film does fit into the Yankees vs. Jews ethnic conflict pattern.
The Jewishness of the film can be observed by the fact that it is produced by Blumhouse Productions, and the story is written by one Noah Feinberg. “Pilgrim” is inspired by an Eli Roth (Jewish) fake movie trailer called Thanksgiving that spoofs the Friday the 13th horror movies. The Jewish War against Thanksgiving also matches the pattern established by their War against Christmas. One can read about the Jewish hostility towards Christmas on film, which has been documented here, and towards Christmas in general as documented here and here.
“Pilgrim”’s plot centers on a family in the ‘burbs. The father, Shane (Kerr Smith), is a distracted trader who is always online, trying to make money. He has two children. The oldest, Cody (Reign Edwards), is from the father’s first marriage, and she is a mulatto. The younger child, Tate (Antonio Raul Corbo), is white. Tate’s mother is Anna (Cortney Henggeler). Anna wants to get her family off their smartphones and interacting with each other in real life, so she has hired two Pilgrim reenactors, Ethan (Peter Giles) and Patience (Elyse Levesque), to come to their home to reenact the first Thanksgiving held in 1621.
Ethan and Patience arrive early, creating an awkward situation. The Pilgrims never break character, making things even more awkward. They attempt to teach moral lessons to the family, especially regarding expressing gratitude for what one has. After all, Anna’s family has all the food they care to eat, they live in a nice house, and they don’t struggle to make ends meet. Ethan and Tate also connect. The moral lessons are taught with ominous mood music in the background. I don’t want to sound conspiratorial regarding a B-movie, but one can easily infer that this is a moral attack by Jews who are attempting to pathologize gentiles who teach each other wise things. Indeed, young white boys are today increasingly coming to be seen as potential Nazis in the Jewish-influenced mainstream.
Meanwhile, Cody is creeped out by the Pilgrims. It is clear that there is a racial aspect to this. Tate (white) initially likes the Pilgrims, but the non-white Cody dislikes them from the start. The message is clear: All non-whites should be suspicious of traditional white, Yankee culture. Cody also repeats all the politically correct talking points of today’s Awokened: The Pilgrims didn’t meet Indians, they met “First Nations Tribes”; the Pilgrims “committed genocide,” and so on. Indeed, at dinner, Cody says, “Speaking of reenactors, can I go to Rachael’s for dinner tomorrow? They’re hosting a Nazi.” In this film, the Pilgrims are now directly associated with Nazis.
Eventually, more Pilgrims arrive. They build Plymouth Colony-type structures in the backyard with a pillory, dunking chair, and the like. All hell breaks loose, and the Pilgrims go on a killing spree that ends with the father, Shane, being served for Thanksgiving dinner. If one doesn’t see a Yankees vs. Jews ethnic conflict in action here, the film is merely B-Grade funny, but if one is attuned to it, this film should be taken with a sense of alarm. Ultimately, an Anglo culture – of which the Yankees are a part – free of Jews produces Chaucer, Shakespeare, and Disney. In a Jew-infected culture, you get “Pilgrim.”
 To personalize this conflict, consider: During the 1860s until 1900, General Grant, William Lloyd Garrison, and anti-pornography activist Anthony Comstock were all Yankees who carried out counter-Semitic actions. From 1900 until the 1950s, Madison Grant, Lothrop Stoddard, Henry Fairfield Osborne, and Douglas MacArthur (all Yankees), as well as assimilated Yankees such as Joe Kennedy, Sr., Charles A. Lindberg, and Joseph McCarthy were counter-Semitic in some way. In the 1960s, the most prominent white advocate was George Lincoln Rockwell (Yankee). In times closer to our own, Yankee president George H. W. Bush, while not a staunch counter-Semite, did seek to cut down on Israeli excesses and sought to reform the credit card industry. He was vigorously opposed by the organized Jewish community and failed to win a second term.
 I must also mention other attacks in November 2019 aside from the one under discussion. Consider that a bunch of Jews are leading the “impeachment” against President Trump. This impeachment is even facilitated by low-level Jewish functionaries in the US government such as LTC Vindman (Jewish, not Ukrainian). Meanwhile, Counter-Currents has had more of its books removed from Amazon and has been restricted from taking credit card payments. We have also had the murder of Bahaa Abu el-Atta, a Palestinian activist, and his wife during an Israeli airstrike. The scale of this is staggering. No perceived anti-Jewish threat is left unmolested.