Happy quadricentennialReminder that the pilgrims were based brownist puritans and all of the Catholic and magesterial protestant world have conceded to religious liberty
>>12357352I hate to write this, but the 1st declared Thanksgiving was for a successful conclusion of the genocide of an Indian tribe. Don't celebrate the past, celebrate what you're thankful for in your own life. Don't look back with fondness of the Pilgrim and Puritan Zealots; be thankful for the blessings of your family and of your life...
>*makes catholic ellis islanders seethe for eternity*based
Virginia>Massachusetts Loyalists>Cromwell ass kissersSettlers>puritans
>>12359170Nothing you wrote is true. Reported for history revision.
>>12359281The exact opposite.Pic related is a pilgrim pistol
>>12359212Catholics celebrate Thanksgiving
>>12359170Why is this allowed to stay up? Whats next, China invented computers? When is this revisionist cult going to end?
>>12359170>the 1st declared Thanksgiving was for a successful conclusion of the genocide of an Indian tribeIsn't the extermination of those who stand in the way of progress a good thing?
>>12359636Indians were not a monolithic race. They were tribes, many of which were savages.
>>12359170>I hate to write this, but *lies that suit my agenda*
>>12359170>Under a hundred Englishmen celebrating a bountiful harvest with a neighboring people after a year of starving apparently counts as genocide.
>>12361010Well said. Thanksgiving is about gratitude to God
>>12359281>Pseudo Feudal LARPers and vs. the birthplace of American Democracy.>Crypto-Catholics vs. the Elect.>Dominant land owning classes vs Small Holders and Merchants.Imagine choosing the wrong answer Everytime. The Revolution happened inspite of the South.
>>12361075Seethe more yankoid.
>>12361440We won, we do not need to seethe
I thought thanksgiving is in October?
>>12359170The Puritans got along well with the Indians and mingled with them. Heck, the Cherokee lived among the colonists and were some of the most respected people.All the problems began when feudal Britain began to play off Indians and colonists. Before the famous massacre of white children, the British aristocracy tried to inflict enmity among the Puritans by instituting the Salem Witch Trial. They tried to quarrel three groups - Indians, peasant colonists and colonists-townspeople. Inkriz Mather and, to a large extent, his son Cotton Mather settled the conflict, but the British did not abandon their attempts to unleash enmity in the colonies in order to weaken them.And I am glad that Lincoln, or some other statesman, introduced into the Thanksgiving principle respect among the colonists for each other and for the Indians.
>>12359170Yeah, and at the same time, civilized tribes lived among the colonists, which only a few decades later were expelled by evil and greedy landlords, having arranged the Path of Tears.
I'm not saying that there was no Indian genocide, it was!The North American Indians had real cities with their own culture, and all this was destroyed by the colonists.But who was in charge of the feud? Ordinary people or their religion? No! They were evil feudal lords! Britain was invaded, and the British themselves lived as Indians under the heel of the invaders. And when these people tried to escape in America, the feudal lords came to them and began to spread their terror, to sow enmity between the peoples.The salvation of America will not only be in recognizing the role of Latin American Catholics in their history, not only in recognizing the role of the Negro, but also in recognizing the role of the Indians.The Cherokee became a nation with a mixed culture and phenotype, they lived with the colonists, and only the power of the rich, these pirates and slave traders, drove the Cherokee from their lands (although by that time they were completely Christian and white people, this did not stop the landlords).Ordinary people have no pretensions to each other, only the class of oppressors and robbers puts forward pretensions!
>>12359170>Don't celebrate the past>Don't look back with fondness of the Pilgrim and Puritan ZealotsNah. I'll celebrate my ancestors and their faith which is also mine, thanks.
>>12359281Suffer not the dixoid to live