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The First Thanksgiving Story

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http://blog-creativecandleholders.com/ Gather the children for a Thanksgiving video of the Story of Thanksgiving. If your searching for Thanksgiving prayers or a Thanksgiving poem this should serve...

So basically they slaughtered a whole race of people and now they cherish the moments. Freakin hypocrites. One can only imagine how many millions of native americans mustve been killed to take over this land.
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ELLE EST NUL LA VIDEO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Kimmy Hardesty Shared on Google+ · 5 months ago
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LIES. The first Thanksgiving happened with the Spanish in St. Augustine, Florida in 1565. Look it up. Of course its a nice holiday but technically speaking it started with the Spanish.
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Wrong! The first thanksgiving was not in Plymouth it was in Virginia . The one in virginia was in 1619 and the one in Plymouth was in 1621
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This video is a lie.. Watch the real thanksgiving from a Native American point of view
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RICH TAIFANE - Good morning sir. The "Native American point of view" is outlined on the Wampanoag website which confirms the accuracy of these facts. "The Pilgrims" are ONLY the 20 Mayflower adults, NOT all colonists, some of whom, LATER, committed horrible actions against the Native population. Had the Pilgrim's positive example been followed, the later decimation of the Native American population would not have occurred. Thanksgiving celebrates one 50 period when 2 groups of people, very different from each other, chose to live in harmony. Best Wishes to you.
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Around four hundred years ago many people were unhappy, because their king would not let them pray to God as they liked.  The king said they must use the same prayers that he did and if they refused, they were persecuted, imprisoned, or even killed.  These Englishmen left their homes and went far off to a country called Holland.  In Holland they were happy, but they were very poor and when the children began to grow they became less God-like and did not want to pray anymore.  After much talking and thinking, these English people decided to embark on a pilgrimage to the new world – America.   They set out on a small ship called the Mayflower to take them across the sea.  There were about 100 people onboard the tiny ship.  It was crowded, cold, and uncomfortable. The sea was rough.  They were two months sailing over the Atlantic Ocean.  At last the Mayflower came in sight of land.  The month was November and it was cold.  There was nothing to be seen but snow, rocks, and hard, bare ground.  They were tired and cold from their long journey and hungry too.  No one had enough food to eat.  Many of them became sick and by spring –time almost half of the people died. In spring the sun shown brightly.  The snow melted and the leaves and flowers began to emerge.  Some friendly Indians (Native Americans thought to be Indians) had visited the Pilgrims during the winter.  One of the kind Indians was named Squanto.  He stayed with the Pilgrims and taught them how to plant their corn, peas, wheat, and barley.  The summer came and the days were long and bright.  The Pilgrim children were very happy in their new home, Plymouth Rock. When it was autumn, the fathers gathered the barley, wheat, and corn that they had planted and found that it had grown so well that they would have quite enough for a long winter that was coming.  “Let us thank God for it all!” they said.  Then they decided to have a grand Thanksgiving party and invite the friendly Indians.  They prepared wild ducks and geese and great wild turkeys.  There was deer meat (venison), bread, and cakes.  They had fish and clams from the sea nearby.  The friendly Indians all came with their chief.  They were dressed in deerskins and some of them had the furry coat of a wild cat hanging on their arm.  Their long black hair fell loose on their shoulders and was trimmed with feathers or fox tails.  Before they ate, the Pilgrims and the Indians thanked God together for all His goodness. And so the story goes that the first Thanksgiving celebrated in Plymouth Colony nearly 400 years ago.  As you sit down with your friends and family this Thanksgiving, remember this original tale and give thanks for all of God’s abundant blessings.
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Thanks for the transcript!
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This video is a fucking joke. Thanks for spreading lies, asshole.
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A COUPLE OF THOSE PASSENGERS ON THE MAYFLOWER, WERE MY ANCESTORS. I thank God, for the rich heritage I have, which I never knew about, til I started researching my family's roots, about ten years ago; due to the fact, my own parents, did not care about family history. And, yet again, in another line of my family, my g-grandmother's family, too, had to flee france, due to the edict of nantes, and ended up in Bedfordshire, England - they were hugenots. L.
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Carmela Moreno Shared on Google+ · 5 months ago
Coming soon. Thanksgiving.
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987 likes vs 178 because the hypocrites love the fake holiday
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This is the story of the first Thanksgiving around four hundred years ago many people in England were unhappy because they're came would not let them pray to God as they liked the king said they must use the same prayers that he did initially refused they were persecuted imprisoned were even killed these Englishman left their own some went far off to a country called Hollande in Holland they were happy but they were very poor and when the children begin to grow they became less god-like and did not want to pray anymore after much talking and thinking these English people decided to embark on a pilgrimage to the new world America. They set out on a small ship called the Mayflower to take them across the sea there were about 100 people on board the tiny ship it was crowded cold and uncomfortable the sea was rough they were two months sailing over the Atlantic Ocean at last the Mayflower came inside land the month was novermber and it was called there was nothing to be seen but snow rocks and hard ground they were tired and cold from their long journey and hungry too no one had enough food to eat many of them became sick and by springtime almost half of the people died. In spring the Sun shone brightly done the snow melted in the leaves and flowers begin to emerge some friendly Indians had visited the pilgrims during the winter one-of-a-kind Indians was named Squanto he stayed with the pilgrims and taught them how to plant their corn peas wheat and barley %uh the summer came in the days were long and bright the pilgrim children were very happy in their new home Plymouth Rock when it was autumn the fathers gathered the barley wheat and corn that they had planted and found that they had planted and found that it had grown so well that they would have quite enough for a long winter that was coming one let us thank God for it all day said then they decided to have a grand Thanksgiving party an invite the friendly Indians. They prepared wild duck and geese and great wild turkeys there was deer meat bread and cakes they had fish and clams from the sea nearby the friendly Indians all came with their chief they were dressed in deer skins and some of them had the furry coat of a wildcard handing on their arm their long black hair fell lose on their shoulders and was trimmed with feathers for Fox tails. Before they ate pilgrim in the Indians thanked God together for all His goodness and so the story goes that the first Thankgiving celebrated in Plymouth Colony nearly four hundred years ago as you sit down with your friends and family this Thanksgiving remember this original tale and give thanks for all of God's abundant blessings. - Matthew Truong
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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday that we all enjoy today with family, friends and good food.  It is good to reminisce of that First Thanksgiving 400 years ago when Pilgrims and Indians enjoyed each other. But there are those unhappy souls who comment here with profanity and hate instead of thanks and appreciation for our history that they benefit so much from today. Let's remember them in our prayers today that they will go into rehab and emerge thankful for all they have been given.   
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Aunt Betty Shared on Google+ · 5 months ago
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America history is full of bull the white Christians killed all the native Indians 
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A day of Thanks to our God . Thank you O lord for your many blessings .
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Thanks you . I use this video in my presentation. I am from Ukraine. Let peopple have knowlage about Thanksgiving day and America.
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And thank god for what the fuck. And then the pilgrims slaughtered The entires tribe and left the chiefs head on a spike! Where's the ending to ur little story?
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MARCOTICON - Please. Injustice against any one person is injustice against all persons. The term "pilgrims" refers ONLY to the 20 or so Mayflower Pilgrim Elders who hosted a harvest feast in 1621, NOT all colonists (some of whom killed Natives). The Mayflower Pilgrim Elders not only did NOT kill anyone, they SAVED Native lives (w/ military alliance in Wampanoag defense against the Narragansett & advanced medical methods). The ending of this little story is that the Wampanoags and the Mayflower Pilgrim Elders provided mutual assistance to each other and LIVED IN PEACE FOR 50 YEARS, as confirmed by the Wampanoag website: www.pokanoket.us. Had their positive example been followed, the later horrors could have been avoided. Were you being falsely accused, I'd rise to your defense, also. Peace.
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LeAnne Arnold Shared on Google+ · 7 months ago
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very poorly done, untruths.......
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+Martha Mack I concentrate on both!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!   BYE now.  
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+Dracbrewer Good. "Both" includes Hope. Peace. Au Revoir.
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Happy Thanksgiving!  Steel Vengeance "Call Off The Dogs" remaster now available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/call-off-dogs-remasters/id502349682
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Thanks for sharing this positive historical account.  Too bad you have to endure the cynics that can't see the purpose of this national holiday -- clearly to give thanks to God who gives us all good things to enjoy.  Hello, it's a time of Thanks Giving.
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My dream is to celebrate a thanksgiving day in the U.S. Could someone invite me?
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Klara Nemes Brown Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Happy Thanksgiving to You All I am grateful for the HMC Instructors  +Yifat Cohen +Alex Mandossian  +Dan Safkow +Sean Adams  and  My Fellow Challengers. #gratitude   #community  
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The kids are very lucky that they have teacher like you +Carolyn Owens  This video was new for me also.
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Fuck thanksgiving you dumb honkie .
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LOL THIS VIDEO STINKS
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Wow, I didn't know sweet mama cooking went back that far in history :)
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Sharon Lynn Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
A heartfelt nonfiction tale on how Thanksgiving came about in the USA The First Thanksgiving Story
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Hello. The fact is that feasts of thanks, after a bountiful harvest, have been occurring all around the globe since humans started growing crops (& ceased being only hunter/gatherers). Who knows who was "first" & what difference does it make? Whats "TRUE" about the 1621 Pilgrim/Wampanoag event is that a short, but clear written record was made & widely distributed.  Two groups of people proved that humans CAN live in mutual aid & PEACE for a long time (50 years) if they only choose to do so. Isn't it excellent that others, in various places & times, chose to do so as well?  Can we not just celebrate the HARMONY? Please. PEACE.
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This video is very informative. You do a great job narrating. God Bless you
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What a wonderful NARRATION. GOD BLESS YOU. Dorothy
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The Indians should thank us for taking over, because if we didn't take America then someone else would have. Like England, or Mexico, or Germany because they were taking over everything they could get there hands on. Things ended up pretty good considering what could of happened to them. There is still a lot of Indian blood in a lot of us, so they are still living on threw some of us.
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LOL if you actually think Caucasian EUROPEAN people have indian blood in them you're wrong. Stop claiming my culture please and thank you. From a proud mestiza
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+IwshIcldstrtover Hello. This is the TRUTH according to the Wampanoag Indian Nation whose web site (www.pokanoket.us) confirms it. "Pilgrims" means only the 20 Mayflower Adults NOT all colonists, some of whom, we're all aware, LATER massacred Indians. The very definition of prejudice is to blame an entire group of people for ugly actions committed by a few of its members. Were you being unjustly accused, I'd rise to your defense, also.  Best Wishes.
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Luis Cardenas Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
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Erick Noel Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
happy thanksgiving to all
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This opens with enormous lies about James I of England. Garbage!
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Thank you Tom. Great information on this video.
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Aunt Betty Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
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wrong story about thanksgiving ,come on.
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WOWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!THAT IS NOT CUTE OR FUNNY PPLE DIE AND MY KIDS LEARN ABOUT THAT SCHOOL BUT THEY SAID THIS FIRST THANKSGIVING IS NOT FUNNY BUT A SWEET STORY TO WHICH FOR MORE INFORMATION TO TELL THERE CLASS ABOUT WAT THEY LEARN BUT NOW THOSE PPLE THT DIE IS IN A GREAT GREAT PLACE AND IS BLESS BY GOD R.I.P KISS LOVE PEACE AND HAVE A GREAT DAY TODAY THANK U LORD
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Thanks for the Load of SHIT PRIKE
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I find it strange that they thanked God, instead of thanking the Indian that saved their lives by teaching them how to survive and grow their own food. That's like not thanking the person(usually your mom) for doing the preparation and cooking, that she most likely worked a job to pay for the food and then you praise and thank some imaginary spirit for it.
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Hello. You raise a valid point. It may comfort you to know that one of the things they thanked God for was the assistance and friendship of Samoset, Tisquantum (Squanto) & Chief Ousamequin (Massasoit).
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To family, friends, colleagues, wishing you a Happy & Peaceful Thanksgiving !! What a great way to say thank you, to the countless Blessings that God granted us and continues to grant us every day !!!
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thank you for the video :-)
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Excellent, brief, accurate account of when and why we have this holiday called Thanksgiving.
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Overlooked huger part that this was celebration of the failure of socialist farming, they tried previously.
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Then the pilgrims murdered the Indians
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Hello. Not actually. As used in US History, the term "pilgrims" (which, in generally, means religious sojourners) refers only to the Mayflower/Plymouth Colony ELDERS who hosted the 1621 Harvest Feast. Sorry, but none of those Elders "murdered" anyone. Both Massasoit (which means Chief) Ousamequin & Governor William Bradford signed & HONORED a peace treaty for 50 years. Tragically, when they passed on, some of their children engaged in King Phillip's War. The Wampanoag fired the 1st shots although they felt they had good reason to do so, which, maybe they did (records are sketchy). The fact is that had the Native American Nations not been so busy battling each other over prime hunting grounds & waterways, they could have put up a united front to prevent so many Europeans from entering. However, human beings had been grouping & invading each other all around the globe since time began. It was not a uniquely "American" situation. In the meantime, the modern Wampanoag Nation Website calls the 3-day 1621 Harvest Feast "a special time of friendship between two very different groups of people." It is that wonderful harmony that Thanksgiving celebrates each year. Best Wishes & Peace to you.
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Smfh...bullshyt story
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Thomas Blaser Shared on Google+ · 1 year ago
Dear Friends, Thank you so much for this wonderful year and all the projects I had the honor and privilege of being part of, to be able to share my time, to give help where needed. From the bottom of my heart, I wish you, your families and friends a Happy Thanksgiving, Thomas The First Thanksgiving Story The First Thanksgiving Story  By Tom Croghan
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+Boogie423 Tell this to the African Americans who hate white people. I think the perfect example of the truth in what I say is what is currently happening in Ferguson, and what these "Civil Rights" groups are spouting off. There is a $5,000.00 bounty on the police officer who shot Mike Brown, and guess who put up the money?  Everything is blamed on white people, not the other way around.
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+IwshIcldstrtover  What were the Africans doing so wrong BEFORE the "White people" came into their life?  They now have a bad case of Stockholm Syndrome and simply cannot just pack up and leave.  If you cannot see that six shots to an unarmed person is at the very least excessive, then you are also blind to believe that the native Americans deserved the genocide and are to blame for their demise.
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GOODBYE HOPE U HAVE A NICE LIFE CAPPY DINNIS FORM WAT U JUST SAID
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AND CAPPY DINNIS U NEED TO STHU IF U DONT HAVE SOME NICE TO SAY THESE KID`S ARE OUT HERE HEREING WAT U SAY AND RUTING THAT STUFF U MAKE ME REALLY MAD FORM WAT U JUST SAID SO U NEED TO STHU IF U CAN`T SAY NOTHING NICE
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Dear Friend With the holiday season fast approaching, I would  like to share some traditions our family has embraced to make  it an enjoyable experience for all. We decided to go to a family grab bad & get gifts for one person only. It is acceptable to ask the person drawn to indicate what they would like as a gift. When asked, my answer is always the same. Since I have four grandsons and one princess, I tell the parent that they must take my grandchildren to a grocery store and let them select the food for the cart. The money spent will be equivalent to what they would have spent on me.  Payment is made by handing the cash, no credit cards, to the child, hopefully with some of their allowance included, who then hands it to the cashier. The entire family will then take the goods to food pantry for distribution to those in need. As a parent and primary teacher, you have just taught your child the concept of helping others, working together as a family and how money can be used to help people. Then its off for a family snack to discuss today’s activities. Like this idea? Start your own family tradition. Share it with a friend, take this idea to work and post it and have an enjoyable holiday this year. Thank you.  Dan Malecki        Usaspring4419@hotmail.com
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the first thanksgiving occurred  between the españoles and the indios mansos in SAN ELIZARIO TEXAS just outside of el paso texas... sorry but everything they brainwash us with in elementary school isn't always true...
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+HadoukenDave Technically the mansos did live 400 years ago and still do in the valley and region of el paso and cd. Juarez to this day!!! AMERICA is the whole continent from argentina all the way up to Alaska not just where the usa dictates... so with that said the real americans... Tiwas and Mansos shared a friendly feast and coexisted together up to this day!!!! so again that shows how much were brain washed with usa history... they explain things to their  advantage making themselves look like supermans and the whole world is evil... nothing new... so u want Spanish rice with your turkey?....
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+elchalino1 I'm talking about the United States of America, America for short, and that is where America dictates. And that's great that the Tiwas and Mansos shared a friendly feast and coexist to this day. But I'm talking about the American Thanksgiving based on a day where the citizens of the United States should give thanks to God about everything that we have been given, just like the pilgrims and Indians did in 1621. Although it was not specifically called thanksgiving at the time, it is the premise of it; just like the Tiwas and Mansos. While there are darker events recorded in the annals of American history dubbed "thanksgiving", it is not what we base off modern thanksgiving today. While I do believe much of the public school system is in place for the purpose of brainwashing politically correct ideals, Thanksgiving is not necessarily a part of it; in my humble opinion. 
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Whereas I appreciate the meaning behind this brief explanation of Thanksgiving, it was much too saccharine for my taste. No mention of how the new residents of the New World later killed off those who helped them, etc. Yes, it's 'right to give thanks and praise' but as far as history goes, THAT is unchangeable no matter how you want to rewrite it.
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I agree with you on almost everything you state. Today is not the day for debate, se will leave what I disagree with, for later, or never. Yes, it is so very important to remind ourselves that 'there was a time' when 'this and that' happened, and without agenda or monies being involved. However, it is easier to see the evil in things. I know as I see evil everywhere though I always…ALWAYS remind myself that there are people who do things simply 'because.' I was a social worker for years. Got my BA from a private university and my Masters, as well….all told, $300.000 for an education for a job where I would never be paid more than 60k a year, generally. I worked in the worst neighborhoods in the Bronx and Brooklyn and usually alone at night, in projects where I was attacked 3x before, after 18 years, I quit a few years ago. I know what it is like to do things from the heart. I have gone off topic. That one story, to which we are both referencing, was so terribly saccharine, though. They left England to gain freedom, but don't mention that they were also asked to leave for their fanaticism, beginning with Queen Elizabeth I. The Dutch also did not want them and  many tried to go back to England, but were again asked to leave. I am only saying that there is more, much more to every story than the sickly sweet versions I, at least, growing up in the late 70s and 80's, was taught when young. Yes, one can sing  we gather together to ask the Lord's blessing' as it is true and is a spiritual sentiment for what the day is to be about. Historically and theologically, though, the story gets much sticker and much more complicated that what we generally are taught. That's all. I do most humbly wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and a peaceful day with family and friends or your friends who have become family. All the same, isn't it? Peace to you! Pax Omes.
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+sarmadasco Hello. I worked w/ anti-hunger groups in "the projects" as well.  I don't doubt your sincerity about objecting to mistreatment by one group of humans to another. I'm sure some Dutch objected to the presence of the English; there are always some individuals who object to others. The Mayflower Pilgrims left Holland when they saw their children being influenced in what they considered an unacceptable manner. In any event, I agree we should just agree to disagree. I, a 12th generation Mayflower descendant, also, wish you well.  PEACE & LOVE, BREAD & JUSTICE for ALL.
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Représente les Indiens !!!!!!!!!
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My favorite holiday coming in my favorite season!
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Fuck Thanksgiving and Fuck America....Bastards all of them !!!
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@EmetTalmudim6 There is lot in common betw. Nat. Peoples & Old Testa. regarding flood story 'myths'--bu there's also much that's different. I don't know Cherokee trad.'s, but the bit I've researched says the Creator was a "She"--why should she be a "He"? Women are more in tune. There is no '3 white thrones' in heaven-no 'heaven', per se, & definitely no 'hell' in Ch. or other native trad.'s. Those r all Christian. concepts that, most unfortunately, some natives had to accept.'
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I used this with my 3rd grade Writing lesson....thx!
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Carl - you need to study your Christian history. Christianity has constantly tried to force conversion. Obviously, you also never studied Islam because it is not about killing "us" (whoever that may be) and destroy America. FYI, Jews and Christians are "people of the Book" and should ALWAYS be treated with the highest of respect, according to the Qur'an. Fine. Obviously, you want to stick with the elementary school pilgrim fables. Enjoy. Nothing more to say. Good bye, young one.
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@windstorm1000 2.If by sacred you mean seeing creation as a gift of the Creator that was something they had in common. 3.Granted Puritanism lost its way. If they had stuck to spreading the Gospel there would've been little or no issue. But then; A.The Plymouth Sepratists were not Puritans B.Not all the settlers in Puritan Massachusetts Bay & Separatist Plymouth were Puritans & Separatists C.Nor were either Puritans or Separatists 2 monolithic groups but 2 diverse movements.
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@mjcamck71 Its on record that 1000's of NA's were wiped out by small pox brought by traders in 1614.The Pilg.s spread disease is a foregone conclusion--they were Euro., 1/2 their pop. died, they were in contact w NA's--ergo, they br.disease. There is no question of this. & they didn't cure Ind. (medical was medieval)--it was other way around. Squanto, of the few survivors of a wiped out tribe, brought "Joe Pye" to the Pilg.s that helped w flu, etc. Get your facts straightened out.
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Exactly... Doesn't matter how, they got the job done...
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@EmetTalmudim6 Where the HELL did you get your knowledge of Native American history mister??? A cracker jack box? If what u said about the Lakota is an example of what you know that would be like if my knowledge of Jews were strictly strung from Wagner's luntatic writings. U need to get out of your ignorance box & go to your libarary & read "Lame Deer Seeker of Visions"--when you have finished I will deem you more worthy of conversation on this complex topic. Until then....
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@EmetTalmudim6 Right, you got it--so why are you refuting the culture/rites these pious people who are not yours in the later post? That's arrogant, man. There not doing it to stop sin--but to keep life going--has NOTHING to do with Christian teachings which are sin/fear based. You really need to hang out with different types of people.
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@windstorm1000 1.By who's standard; people's or God's? When they put together powwow regalia Natives leave a rip or some other error or shortcoming to remind them that only God is perfect. 2.Every cosmology-one way or another-acknowledges the world is less than it was created to be because of a broken taboo at the beginning; In other words the whole Lion King notion of sickness, death & life's other problems as part of the"Circle of Life" & natural doesn't exist traditionally.
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Wow, you must have been there. Can you understand that lying about history don't change it, liberals are always trying to change our Christian history.
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@windstorm1000 I'm Just giving honest answers; 1.More precisely, Subdue & REPLENISH the earth; A.Humanity's context being that we were ASSIGNED the earth as STEWARDS according to the literal Hebrew B.The earth's context being that when satan via pride fell earth & the universe were contaminated outside of Eden, thus we were created to be God's abassadors.
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Jesus said, who the son IE Jesus sets free is free indeed. A free people can't be controlled by a dictatorship, because we are controlled by God. I'm saying the liberals in power in this country know as long as we are Christian, and have the means to defend our self (guns) we will not be over run by a socialistic dictator. Ask the British about that. As God's word say's thinking them self's wise they have become fools. And a fool say's in his heart there is no God. And liberals support islam!!!!
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@windstorm1000 Suppose you wanted to; If they'd only marry you if you agreed to let them cheat on & verbally abuse you as much as they wanted to you wouldn't in your right mind marry them correct?
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@EmetTalmudim6 U didn't catch my meaning correctly--indigenous cult.s lived more in harmony w the rhythyms of Earth. The Industrial Rev. till now has caused widespread destruction. There may be little time 4 humans left on this earth. Christinity spread the false doctrine of 'subdue the earth'--what a terrible legacy 4 our children & children's child. Look around u. This will be my last post to u--I've learned some--thanks-maybe its been reciprocal..
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@EmetTalmudim6 U have me there. Human beings, for the most part, have not lived up to their promise as evolved spiritual entities. But the spiritualty of some cultures seem so much less destructive than others--Christianity has far & away caused more harm to indiginous cultures & the health of the Earth than all others put together. Look at where things r now--the planet is dying because of greed & selfishness--part caused by Christian attitude--'a better world awaits this 1'.
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Ребятки,нужен текст этого видео по-англиски!помогите.
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@EmetTalmudim6 did you know that fire is sacred for many native people? my navajo friend reminded me that it is holy, keeps us warm, cooks food, inspires, of course, you have to be careful with it. to send people to a place filled with holy fire and call it 'hell' made no sense to many native people.
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@EmetTalmudim6 In our long discourse, I can tell u r a hard liner not willing to give up an 'inch' of your point of view (where I have been open). That, most certainly, is not the Indian point of view--it appears u have given up the ways of your ancestors--people would trade a fortune to have spiritual traditions such as yours that u have turned your back on! Too bad!! Christ was not the master of telling of hell--he was the master of faith, hope and charity. Christian twist!
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@windstorm1000 1.If you're referencing Wikipedia, incorrect; Yowa was He, references to she was regarding the sun-again the context is delegated not inherant authority. In otherwords there was A school of thought similar to Catholic theology regarding the st's. in which the lesser creation were seen as conduets to Yah-Than again that comes from the Anikutani(an extinct priesthood who demanded women, & human sacrifice)& so were overthrown prior to European contact.
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@windstorm1000 Yes. But only by the undeserved favor of God. I'm just a messenger boy.
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Fortunately, this is not an islamic country, and it never will be.
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@mjcamck Those r ALL good reasons--I grant u--Lincoln was cool--saved the nation--though he had hung 40 Dakota in 1862.Outside your ideal, however, people in this messy world still r using native stereotypes to celebrate Th.--ie 10,000 well meaning schools have pageants of kids wearing paper headresses (ersatz Plains!!--not Narragansett). These stereo.'s r harmful to native children. Do u have any nat. friends? Check out that Narrangan. guy's post--you'll get an earful on Thanksg.
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Yeah. They nearly wiped a whole race of people out...
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@mjcamck Gee, I wonder what happened to all those Wampanoag who had signed a a peace pact w the Pilgrims? If the Pil.'s didn't finish 'em off--who did? Wasn't there a little something called 'King' Philip's War in the 1670's where the W. were betrayed--& had to fight to keep their land? Of course--they didn't--& lost their heads--literally in the case of King Phillip--whose head was staked outside a Puritan town as a word to all transgressors. Those Puritans were some Christians,heh?
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The "Natives" had immigrant ancestors also. Human beings have been migrating for thousands of years. Had the native Indians not been so busy warring w/ each other, they could have united, established borders & discouraged Europeans from entering. I do NOT like it at all, however, the fact is that virtually all nations were formed by migration & aggression. Some of those "whites" ended slavery, Jim Crow, etc. & established a noble society w/ the freedom of speech your exercising right now.
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OOOOOOO MYYYYY GOOOOOOD NOOOOONE OF THIS IS TRUEEEEEEEEE!
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the thing is the natives immigrant ancestors didn't kill millions of people and made a holiday about it thanking their god for giving them what is theirs.
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@windstorm1000 Note; My most recent post to you-prior to this one-regards heaven on earth. Regarding respecting the earth See; Genesis 2;15 & 6; 19-21 But any such respect is to be DUE; Even by Native standards the creation is not the Creator. Beyond that, by God's standard, humanity alone is designed in His image & likeness-So, since we represent God to the rest of creation as He is God over us & them, we should conduct ourselves so but not at the expense of His priority, us-
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Hello. Actually, the Peace Pact between Chief Massasoit Ousamequin & Pilgrim Governor William Bradford lasted for 50 years. After that, neither the Pilgrims or Indians had much to be thankful for. It was the great Peacemaker, Chief Massaoit's own son (Phillip) who initiated the bloody conflict known as King Phillip's War. The children of the original Pilgrims did NOT behave much better. Today, however, both Native & Pilgrim descendants COULD honor both Native & Pilgrim leader's spirits.
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@windstorm1000 During the sundance; A sacrifice is offered to Creator The dancer prays while connected to the Tree of Life-a direct connection to Creator- Flesh piercing is given as a part of the prayer for the benafit of one's family & community The dancers' suffering results in the making over again of the whole world.
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You know nothing about God, islam and Christianity are as different as night and day. Christians have never tried to force converts, we believe in free will. What I'm saying about islam is that while liberals want to do away with Christianity they except islam, who want to kill us and destroy America. they hate us almost as much as they do the Jews. There has never been a Christian dictatorship. The Bible don't allow it, case closed. Pilgrims came to worship in freedom simple as that.
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All holidays are a freaking joke. If you have to have a special day in order for you to actually stop and be thankful, then something is wrong in your life. At the end of every holiday is a corporate figure head, or heads, making more money.
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Once again, we all condemn the LATER actions by OTHER colonists of displacing Native Indians from their lands. But that was NOT the Mayflower Pilgrim Elders & Thanksgiving celebrates their positive example ONLY. In the meantime, if you, genuinely, wish for some justice for Indian descendants, you are welcome to join us in efforts to restore Native lands & increase funding for Reservation services. I can send you specific information. Are you interested in some concrete POSITIVE ACTION?
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Thank you Jesus for being so good and for being so faithful to us....even when we dont deserve it! You are GOOD! I have been on both sides, and have walked through alot of darkness, and I am thankful for NEW LIFE that He has given me! NEW BEGINNINGS!
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Like i said thats cool and all but im thinking change shitt in a much bigger way. They have bad living conditions i know this but theres tons of places that have that too. Ima change shitt in a much different way
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@windstorm1000 1.That doesn't make the principles any less true 2.Native "environmentalism"; Sure if you don't count how ancient Natives contributed massively to global warming via hunting fires & mass prehistoric extinction via overhunting. 3.Feelings or the lack there of; "Your feelings can deceive you, don't trust them." Obiwon Kinobi.
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@mjcamck If ever there was a mixed up history holiday its Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims were fairly peaceful compared to the later Puritans--BUT they brought disease with them that decimated thousands of people--so, you see, there can be genocides of different kinds. And remember today's Thanksgiving has NOTHING to do with that idealized harvest feast--today's holiday is based on numerous 'thanksgivings' by the Puritan govt after thousands of people were wiped out (natives). Nice, huh.
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Yea they invited the friendly Indians... then they shot them all to death.
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