Monday, December 10, 2007


The dictionary lists sovereignty as a synonym for freedom but in reality there is a significant difference between the meaning of the two words. “Freedom is the absence of hindrance, restraint, confinement, or repression.” while sovereignty is “above or superior to all others; chief, greatest, supreme”. Freedom has to do with action and sovereignty has to do with station.

Tribal sovereignty refers to the right of tribes or of federally recognized Native American nations to exercise limited jurisdiction within and sometimes beyond reservation boundaries.- Source Wikipedia

Sovereign sets the legal standard and determines the perspective from which decisions emanate and is dangerous when it is improperly used.

All sovereignty is granted by our Creator. God's Laws are to be obeyed and His dominion enforced. Human sovereignty not proscribed by our Creator's control is always tyrannical. It is the pathway to chaos and death.

The Government of the United States and American Indian Tribes is misusing sovereignty by attempting to exert control over God’s creation without regard for His Laws and His Kingship, which is bringing disaster upon individual American Indians.

American Indians are living in an Alice in Wonderland world in regards to His/Her sovereignty.

Friday, December 7, 2007


In recent times, the ideology in the policies of some Tribal Nations has been about power and the benefits power brings, one benefit is control of the Tribal purse string.

The biggest threat is the control power and money has over a society and that is where the real potential for evil is and where totalitarian societies can inflict horrors upon individuals.

Now, there are those who will argue that power and money are intertwined and are one in the same and they have a point. Money might be the first object of the average person, but eventually the realization emerges that power can be a very ease and productive route to wealth and vice versa.

Modern history is the account of how the central banking cartel converts its monopoly of credit into a monopoly of power. This entails destroying your connection with nation, religion (God), race and family. It means substituting objective truth (God, nature) with their Dictate (political correctness, etc.)

Tribal members have been sold out, "by their leaders", dumbed down by the media, under educated, and spoiled stupid by the tribal welfare state. (Anyone can be bought.) They either refuse to recognize what is happening or are too afraid to speak out because of the threat of dis-enrollment.

They believe they have prosperity and think they are free.

As Aldous Huxley said:
"A really effi­cient totalitarian state would be one in which the all powerful executive of political bosses and their army of managers control a population of slaves WHO DO NOT HAVE TO BE COERCED, because they love their servitude. To make them love it is the task assigned, in present day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda, newspaper editors and schoolteachers." [Brave New World, Bantam Books, 1967, p. xii. Caps added.]

On the bright side, the knowledge that American Indian Tribal Government’s and the societies they've create is a fraud and doomed to fail, is strangely liberating. You will no longer need to touch your knee to the ground and grovel to this false god when it happens. "The truth does make you free!"