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Macy’s Lesbian Kiss Inflames Viewers

by Rev. Austin Miles

DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING: Macy’s Department Stores are now a showcase for perversion and disease. They sickly promoted homosexual acts as seen in the Thanksgiving Parade yesterday. It spotlighted an interracial lesbian couple’s deep throat kiss seen around the world. Remember, this parade is supposed to attract children and their families.

This was well planned since the TV cameras spent time showing that scene even though there was a full cast of the Broadway show, “The Prom,” that filled the street in front of the flagship store in New York City. So this camera shot was PLANNED well in advance to exhibit the ‘joys’ of lesbianism.

Yes, that TV camera had been scripted to feature the Lesbian couple. And why not? California schools, have now formed LGBTQ classes to teach about alternative sex, and part of the curriculum requires the viewing of homosexual porn films…yes in the classroom…as part of the Communist inspired government plans for the future of America. This is the Deep State we are hearing about.

So how do these tactics help the Communist Cause? The Reds know that perversion and pornography works to WEAKEN the nations where it exists.

When this writer spent time behind the Iron Curtain in earlier days, I was told that the Playboy Magazine was banned from all Communist countries because, specifically, by making pornography available, men are weakened to the extent that they would be useless as an enforcer for the Party or as an opponent.

Then I was told how the Communist government would see Playboy Magazine distributed throughout the United States, with heavy promotion, for that very reason. This is why the push for everything immoral upon all citizens is important to enemies

This is also why Communist leaders want no religion, churches, or Christians in general. So how do you think so many church people have been introduced and ensnared into pornography? It was not an accident. But it has weakened the church which was the goal.

Today there is porn available in hotel and motel rooms, gay pride parades that literally take over a city for that event with government officials many times as a parade chairman or riding a float to show ‘solidarity.’ They get by with such public filth due to the so-called, Main Stream Media that anoints the “Pride Parades”, as social advancement.

Remember too that Playboy Magazine instigated the publication of numerous other porn publications going in all sexual directions which could and can be seen on display everywhere.

It has become such an important issue that parents today can no longer ask to see the material and books their children will study in schools. Schools are in existence today to groom kids into perversion.

Transgender freaks in dresses and full garish make-up now have story hours in the public libraries, where they read gender-bending stories to children.

As for Macy’s, do not patronize them. There are many other stores that handle similar merchandise. Many chain stores are closing. You know what happened to Sears. And Macy’s has already closed many of their stores due to shrinking business.

Let’s see that they close ALL of them. Don’t patronize them or watch their televised parade.  Macy’s sell overpriced items, plus have an annual world-wide television program that absolutely promotes deviancy.

Forget the big balloons. You can see fabulous floats at the Rose Bowl Parade. Do not surrender your mind or your money to Macy’s garbage. Obviously Macy’s is a Democrat run company.

To think that Macy’s, knowing this parade symbolized the coming of Christmas, a very holy day of the year for Christians, which proclaims the birth of Jesus, would give their middle finger to God by exhibiting the very thing that is an abomination to God, to smear the meaning of that day before millions of viewers. It’s time to say goodbye to Macy’s and their televised parade.

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Deconstructing History: Mayflower Myths

REPOSTED FROM HISTORY.COM (For some excellent videos for your children and grandchildren, click on the History link)

THANKSGIVING

Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, Americans gather for a day of feasting, football and family. While today’s Thanksgiving celebrations would likely be unrecognizable to attendees of the original 1621 harvest meal, it continues to be a day for Americans to come together around the table—albeit with some updates to pilgrim’s menu.

The Mayflower brought the group of English settlers now known as the Pilgrims to North America. Leaving England in the fall of 1620, the Pilgrims were attempting to land near the mouth of the Hudson River, but instead ended up in Cape Cod Harbor. Plymouth, the colony established there by the Pilgrims in 1621, became the first permanent European settlement in New England. The story of the Pilgrims and their harvest feast has since become one of best-known in American history, but you may not know it as well as you think. Discover the facts behind these well-known Thanksgiving myths.

MYTH: THE FIRST THANKSGIVING WAS IN 1621 AND THE PILGRIMS CELEBRATED IT EVERY YEAR THEREAFTER.

Fact: The first feast wasn’t repeated, so it wasn’t the beginning of a tradition. In fact, the colonists didn’t even call the day Thanksgiving. To them, a thanksgiving was a religious holiday in which they would go to church and thank God for a specific event, such as the winning of a battle. On such a religious day, the types of recreational activities that the pilgrims and Wampanoag Indians participated in during the 1621 harvest feast–dancing, singing secular songs, playing games–wouldn’t have been allowed. The feast was a secular celebration, so it never would have been considered a thanksgiving in the pilgrims minds.

Did You Know?

The Mayflower was originally supposed to sail with a sister ship, the Speedwell, but it proved unseaworthy, and the Mayflower made the journey alone.

MYTH: THE ORIGINAL THANKSGIVING FEAST TOOK PLACE ON THE FOURTH THURSDAY OF NOVEMBER.

Fact: The original feast in 1621 occurred sometime between September 21 and November 11. Unlike our modern holiday, it was three days long. The event was based on English harvest festivals, which traditionally occurred around the 29th of September. After that first harvest was completed by the Plymouth colonists, Gov. William Bradford proclaimed a day of thanksgiving and prayer, shared by all the colonists and neighboring Indians. In 1623 a day of fasting and prayer during a period of drought was changed to one of thanksgiving because the rain came during the prayers. Gradually the custom prevailed in New England of annually celebrating thanksgiving after the harvest.

During the American Revolution a yearly day of national thanksgiving was suggested by the Continental Congress. In 1817 New York State adopted Thanksgiving Day as an annual custom, and by the middle of the 19th century many other states had done the same. In 1863 President Abraham Lincolnappointed a day of thanksgiving as the last Thursday in November, which he may have correlated it with the November 21, 1621, anchoring of the Mayflower at Cape Cod. Since then, each president has issued a Thanksgiving Day proclamation. President Franklin D. Roosevelt set the date for Thanksgiving to the fourth Thursday of November in 1939 (approved by Congress in 1941.)

MYTH: THE PILGRIMS WORE ONLY BLACK AND WHITE CLOTHING. THEY HAD BUCKLES ON THEIR HATS, GARMENTS, AND SHOES.

Fact: Buckles did not come into fashion until later in the seventeenth century and black and white were commonly worn only on Sunday and formal occasions. Women typically dressed in red, earthy green, brown, blue, violet, and gray, while men wore clothing in white, beige, black, earthy green, and brown.

MYTH: THE PILGRIMS BROUGHT FURNITURE WITH THEM ON THE MAYFLOWER.

Fact: The only furniture that the pilgrims brought on the Mayflower was chests and boxes. They constructed wooden furniture once they settled in Plymouth.

MYTH: THE MAYFLOWER WAS HEADED FOR VIRGINIA, BUT DUE TO A NAVIGATIONAL MISTAKE IT ENDED UP IN CAPE COD MASSACHUSETTS.

Fact: The Pilgrims were in fact planning to settle in Virginia, but not the modern-day state of Virginia. They were part of the Virginia Company, which had the rights to most of the eastern seaboard of the U.S. The pilgrims had intended to go to the Hudson River region in New York State, which would have been considered “Northern Virginia,” but they landed in Cape Cod instead. Treacherous seas prevented them from venturing further south.