400 Years Ago, America’s Anti-Slavery Founding; the True History
This Independence Day 2020, we're re-featuring this video as a reminder of this nation's great history. Enjoy. The single initiative, the single act of courage which made possible humanity’s escape from the omnipresence of oligarchical slavery was the 1620 voyage of those who became known as the Pilgrims, and the establishment of the Plymouth colony that same year. This was the act which proclaimed the determination of a people to live free, and it was the 1620-1776 developments in America which created—for the first time in human history—the possibility of eliminating oligarchical slave systems worldwide.
This year we mark the 400th anniversary of that voyage. Where are the celebrations? Where are the names and motivations of these heroes proclaimed? Today, history is turned on its head, and a lying narrative is propagated that, somehow, this initiative by the Pilgrim Brethren ushered in a new era of slavery and genocide. It is time to reclaim the glory and the wondrous truth of what was accomplished.