Cooking the History Books: The Thanksgiving Massacre, Is All That Turkey and Stuffing a Celebration of Genocide?

Soldiers murdering civilians who can’t defend themselves hasn’t stopped, and has been perfected with death delivered from the sky so much like a computer game. Not as close up personal or messy as the old days, but much more efficient. It’s time for the order followers to arrest the order givers. Onnopono – I’m sorry forgive me, I love you.

2012 The Awakening

November 22, 2009 by admin1

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By Laura Elliff, Vice President, Native American Student Association

Thanksgiving is a holiday where families gather to share stories, football games are watched on television and a big feast is served. It is also the time of the month when people talk about Native Americans. But does one ever wonder why we celebrate this national holiday? Why does everyone give thanks?

History is never simple. The standard history of Thanksgiving tells us that the “Pilgrims and Indians” feasted for three days, right? Most Americans believe that there was some magnificent bountiful harvest. In the Thanksgiving story, are the “Indians” even acknowledged by a tribe? No, because everyone assumes “Indians” are the same. So, who were these Indians in 1621?

In 1620, Pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower naming the land Plymouth Rock. One fact that is always hidden is that the village was already named Patuxet…

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