Thanksgiving is Not What You Think — Lies Your Teacher Told You


Still to this day, our history books are nothing more than fabricated propaganda.

(INTELLIHUB) Recently Daniel Bushell reporting for RT, did an amazing piece entitled White Minority of America, giving more insight to the general public of what really took place during the colonization process of America.

Thanksgiving is Not What You Think — Lies Your Teacher Told You

Illustration by H.J. Ford for Andrew Lang's The Strange Story Book, 1913. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

Illustration by H.J. Ford for Andrew Lang’s The Strange Story Book, 1913. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

The report is based on a book, Lies My Teacher Told Me.

When I saw the piece I was amazed, it concluded everything I suspected to be a reality for years now. We have been lied to in school all along, as our history books truly are just a package of lies.

After watching it I felt truly disgusted that schools to this day continue to uphold the lie.

The book points out how at a great feast, much like Thanksgiving, the natives were poisoned by the colonists, in a “toast to eternal friendship”.

Some consider the American holocaust the worst case of genocide in American history. Over 100 million natives were reported to have been exterminated including men women and children. Some as young as 3-years old were spared as slaves.


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  1. carl says:

    Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday during the civil war 1863 to try to unify the country to be thankful for the victories of the union army and its success at keeping the country united as one country.FDR made it the Thursday in November to extend the Christmas shopping holiday.Washington also declared a day of thanksgiving for the creation of the Constitution for our new country.Only lately do we add the Pilgrims into it ,the natives did in fact save the first settlers from starving teaching them how to hunt and farm in their new place.Sickness brought by the pilgrims as yellow fever carried in their systems decimated the natives and made them understandably wary of the new group.Much like Columbus the early settlers became indifferent and cruel to the natives as they saw them as inferior ,savage brutes.No wonder they were so violent as coming from Europe Where you could be disemboweled and drawn and quartered.Being hung was an easy death compared to other methods they use for many hundreds of years.Religion was used to excuse the horrendous acts the Europeans used on the natives,as they were not Christians.I am very sure Jesus would not have approved of their ways ,in fact I think he would have worked to stop them.

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