The Indians Did Not Save Them

The Indians Did Not Save Them

 

Like all of history, the truth is covered up about Americans celebrating Thanksgiving Day.

Twenty-first Century subversives, who write much of our present text-books, and “history,” try to tell us the English Colony would have perished if it had not been for the “noble red man!” That is a strange theory, but the truth is even stranger, for there was not one Indian within 75 miles of Cape Cod Bay in 1620!

This was wondered at by. the Pilgrims, who actually attempted to search out the Indians in hopes of bartering for food. They did find a few caches of dried berries and meat, obviously stored by the now missing Indians, which they took for themselves, and. these did prevent the deaths of some who would, otherwise, have died. But they found no living Indians.

It was not til several years later that they learned the reason, from other Indians from further away who slowly moved into the area. We will take the story as .told by a Puritan, Captain Edward Johnson in his “Wonder-Working Providence of Sions Savior in New England,” published in London in 1653:

To read the book “Wonder-Working Providence of Sions Savior in New England,” Click Here. You will not read this in school history books.

Here is a sermon on Thanksgiving Day. Again, this is something that you won’t hear in school and, unfortunately, most Patriots who have alternative news websites don’t know about this.

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Thanksgiving: Importance to You and to God

by Pastor Sheldon Emry

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