Legally signed, agreed upon, and ratified Treaties bind the signatories to compliance. A Treaty is Law. It is only Right to Honor these Treaties. — Bear
WORLD’S PEOPLE: REJECT AND ABOLISH ILLEGAL GOVERNMENT ACTS
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N/DN/D/LAKOTA OYATE OMNICIYE 1851 TREATY OF FORT LARAMIE TERRITORIES GREAT TURTLE ISLAND – INDIGENOUS HOMELANDS Whereas, the N/DN/D/Lakota (Nakota Nation, misnomer “Sioux”), Cheyenne, Arapaho, Crow, Hidatsa, Mandan and Arikara Indigenous Red Nations are signatory to the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, which was unanimously agreed upon by each of the seven Indigenous nations surrounding the Very Sacred Big Horn Black Hills Mountain, Black Jagged-Rocky-Mountains (misnomer “Black Hills”), and Sacred Red Stone Canunpa Regions, through their respective Oyate Omniciye “General Council” mandate and principal chief representation thereof, with the government of the United States of America on September 17, 1851, ratified by U.S. congress in 1853, and Whereas, all lands, water, air and resources of our Grand Mother Earth and Grand Father Sky of the Nakota are necessary for any physical and spiritual health and well-being of the sovereign people of the Nakota nation, and Whereas, the Nakota nation maintains and is clearly defined as the holder of INDIGENOUS TITLE to Nakota 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie Territories, which include, and are in no way restricted or limited to all land, water, and air resources within said 1851 Treaty Territories, and Whereas, Article VI of the U.S. Constitution states, “treaties made with Indian nations shall be the supreme law of the land”, and Whereas, the L/D/Nakota nation is aware that the government of the United States has finally adopted and passed into law the “Genocide Convention Implementation Act (Proxmire Act) of 1988”, ratified and signed by the president as Public Law 100-606 on November 4.1988, which outlaws any and all forms of “mental anguish” and “physical and mental torture” committed upon Indigenous “Indian” nations and peoples by the government of the United States (offenders punishable by up to a million dollar fine and life in prison), and Whereas, all alleged “claims/deeds/titles and/or transfers thereof” by the government of the United States, upon the territories of the Nakota nation are based upon false assumptions and are hereby maintained and reaffirmed as null and void as defined in this resolution and as maintained by the legal existence of the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, and Whereas, the Nakota Nation and peoples can no longer tolerate third party intrusion into and upon their jurisdictional territories by the government of the United States and their so-called “states of South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, and their agents, in the form of limited liability corporations, municipalities, state, county, city, town governments”, and Whereas, the following legislative, judicial, and executive “acts, treaties and/or agreements” are adverse, contrary to and otherwise violate the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, Article I and Article VI of the U.S. Constitutions, United States Public Law 100-606, the United Nations doctrines of human rights and the international covenant on the prevention and prosecution of the crime of genocide: 1. the 1871 appropriations act 2. the Manypenny commission act of 1876 3. the Dawes (general allotment) act of 1887 4. the 1889 agreement 5. the citizenship act of 1924 6. the Indian reorganization (I.R.A.) act of 1934 7. the Indian claims commission act of 1946 (basis of the illegal so-called “Black Hills Sioux claim settlement”) 8. the Indian religious freedom act of 1978 and amendments – which fall short of recognizing 1851 Treaty Territories in entirety as a sacred site, with total undisturbed and unlimited access to and use of said territories by the Citizens of the 1851 Treaty Signatory Nations 9. the mni wiconi water projects of 1988 10. the Indian gaming regulatory act of 1988 11. the Indian agricultural resources management act of 1993 (H.R. 1425, S 410, March 18, 1993, Daschle/Inouye) 12. the 1999 omnibus water act (Daschle’s mitigation act”), and Whereas, the total unlimited and undisturbed access to and use of 1815 Treaty of Fort Laramie territories, and the authority and jurisdiction over, upon and within said territories, remains with the people of the signatory Indigenous Red Nations to said 1851 treaty, through their respective ancient and traditional “Oyate Omniciye” Circle Meetings of The People”, who are guided by the instructions through the visions and dreams of Grand Father Sky and Grand Mother Earth – the Great Mystery, the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Canunpa of the N/DN/D/Lakota Nation, the Four Sacred Arrows of the Cheyenne and the various sacred possessions of the signatory nations to the 1851 Treaty. Therefore be it resolved that all false assumptions of sovereignty through “claims, deeds, titles, jurisdiction, occupation, and transfers” thereof by the government/citizens of the u.s. upon territories of the N/DN/D/Lakota Nation are maintained and reaffirmed as null and void as defined in this resolution and as maintained within the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie of September 17, 1851, and Be it further resolved that the N/DN/D/Lakota Nation and people can no longer tolerate third party intrusion into and upon their jurisdictional territories by the government of the United States in the form of limited liability corporations, and state government agencies, and Be it further resolved that the twelve (12) legislative, judicial, and executive “acts, treaties and/or agreements” listed previously are adverse, contrary to and otherwise violate the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, Article I and Article VI of the U.S. Constitutions, United States Public Law 100-606, the United Nations doctrines of human rights and the international covenant on the doctrines of human rights and the international covenant on the prevention and prosecution of the crime of genocide, and Be it finally resolved that the total and undisturbed access to and use of 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie Territories, and the authority and jurisdiction over, upon, and within said Territories, remains with the people of the seven Indigenous signatory nations to the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, as authorized and agreed upon by and through their respective ancient and traditional “Oyate Omniciye”, “Circle Meetings of The People” (“General Council”), guided by the instructions though the ancient visions and dreams from Grand Father Sky and Grand Mother Earth – the Great Mystery, and of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Canunpa of the Nakota, the Four Sacred Arrows of the Cheyenne, and the various other sacred bundles of the other signatory nations to the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie. We the undersigned, hereby proclaim as null, void and condemn and reject all unilateral, arbitrary, u.s. congressional “acts” concocted by the u.s. against the N/DN/D/Lakota Nation after the year 1853 and the theft of, and encroachment upon, sacred N/DN/D/Lakota ancestral homelands and territories. We believe the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie is the last legal document between the government of the u.s. and the N/DN/D/Lakota Nation, having been developed and adopted through the ancient, female-inclusive Oyate Omniciye “Circle Meetings of The People”. We understand that the many illegal “acts, treaties, agreements” are violations to the following; Article VI of the U.S. Constitution which states, “treaties made with Indian nations shall be the supreme law of the land”, Public Law 100-606 the “Genocide Convention Implementation act of 1988”, Article 1, Section 2, Part 3 of the u.s. Constitution which states, “Indians not taxed”; and the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie. We demand that the aforementioned and continued acts of genocide against the N/DN/D/Lakota Nation hereby immediately cease and the u.s. government officials and their states immediately comply with the above laws, convention and supreme law Treaty.
while I agree contracts should be honored by the those who signed it, most americans did not sign it and are not obligated to honor these contracts, if the signers did not honor it that was their bad, not ours, what we suffer now in america goes way beyond honoring treaties signed over 100 years ago, we have a unjust money system, we have unlawful appliction of laws against everyone to some degree, you have disrespect for law and order by those charged with enforcement, you have a breaking of oaths by those in office who take oaths to abide by the constitition basically contracting themselves to it by choice, the whole thing is one big mess, one article I read calls our time period a age of a counterfiet culture, counterfiet money, counterfeit justice system, counterfiet government, counterfiet laws, you get the picture. what is bad is good good bad, rights are wrongs (right to life liberty property pursuit of happiness is considered a privelege or wrong unless you have a license or permit)and wrongs are rights if your in positions of authority. so this goes way beyond treaties, or contracts of yesteryear, I do agree those signers should of honored their side of the bargain, deosn’t mean the natives always were saints themselves and honored there side of it all the time, but we just do not know as history is written by the dominate ones.
Just because it is difficult or even impossible to do the right thing only adds to the dishonor or not trying. We must all do what is good and right as much as possible. Privately and publicly, in spite of powers arrayed against the Good and Right NO MATTER WHAT THE CIRCUMSTANCES WE FIND OURSELVES IN …. HOW WE DECIDE TO BEHAVE AND ACT IS ALWAYS OUR OWN CHOICE. There are always consequences, regardless. — Bear
not necessary to yell I hear ya just fine. I try to do what is right all the time, well most of the time, like I said your only obligated to honor contracts that you read and signed knowingly, no invisible or implied contracts are allowed when it comes to government actions. wellprivate actions too. I also know just because others act like creeps doesnt mean we can just act like creeps still have free will on how we will respond, it definitly helps if one has accurate knowledge of God’s word no one knows better what is right and wrong in situations (that many would consider grey areas) using principles land the better handle you get on these principles the more strength one can gain in resisting the temptation to take the easy route which is usually the wrong one.
Shout? Sorry. I’ll climb down from the soap-box to discuss.—– As you usually, probably more than you give yourself credit for, try to do right you have a lot of practice in. You already know it isn’t always difficult at all to want to be good, at all. The difficult part comes when we bump against other folk, especially those with money and power, who decide their idea of what is right only benefits themselves. —– I didn’t write The Ten Commandments, nor did I write Jesus’ Golden Rule, nor did I write The Constitution or the Amendments. But I do choose to find them binding. I’ve put a few more binding contracts and treaties in place within myself to help guide my actions, mostly to save effort. So I don’t have to decide over and over again. Examples: marriage vows, personal promises, I’m too old for all that “What should I do?” angst. Long ago I pointed my nose in a certain direction and now most decisions are details. I do, however, have a rotten attitude and increasing physical ##$$%%&!! which exacerbates my rotten attitude.—- All knowledge does help. It’s what is done with the knowledge that introduces the snags and pitfalls. —- May God bless you and keep you. You are a GOOD person. Thank you for your stimulating comments. It takes courage to state a point of view that you know will be at odds. So I thank you for allowing me expand my outlook. — Bear
that is what free will is all about one can decide to bound themselves to something because they think it is the right thing to do thus not needing a contract with signatures, Jehovah doesn’t force us to become one of his witnesses he invites us to learn all we can bout him then make up our mind to dedicate (contract) our lives to his will as revealed in his word, that is why babies cannot become witnesses simply because they are not old enough to gain knowledge and decide for themselves,so one has to have enough maturity to decide whether they want to follow his moral laws or not, contracts require full knowledge and understanding of what your ageeing to, after all a contact is just a agreement you have decided to make. so it is good you are methodically deciding what you want to bind yourself to, just be sure it is based on accurate knowledge and doens’t contradict other principles you wish to live by. I understand your attitude thing, the bible indicates that mere oppression makes a wise one act crazy, all this garbage going on in the word the demands and confusion hypocrisy and contradictions is enough to set a sane person into full blown insanity sometimes.no wonder people are acting crazy like they do, you know heavy drug use, failings in their marriages and family life, hardships at work, protests and frustrations people have that sorta thing.