Treaty of Friendship

PRESS RELEASE Sovereign Maori Nation & 1st Sovereign Nations of American Indians signed the 1st Historic Treaty of Friendship. A Historical step towards a Prosperous Future for Indigenous People Worldwide Tuesday, 1st September 2020 http://www.atua-gov.org H.M. Arikinui Manukau and the 1st Maori Prime Minister H.R.H. Dr Percy Tamayo Espinoza representing the “Sovereign Maori Nation” and Tushkahumoc Akhan Xelup, Maipuri Arauan State Government & 1 st Sovereign Nations of American Indians, represented by Miccu Basija Tushkahumoc Akhan Xelup, sign a Historic Treaty of Friendship Proclamation 26th August 2020, a strategic platform,…

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The legal ownership of all souls by the Vatican..since 1306!

Unam Sanctam is one of the most frightening documents of history and the one most quoted as the primary document of the popes claiming their global power. It is an express trust deed. The last line reads: “Furthermore, we declare, we proclaim, we define that it is absolutely necessary for salvation that every human creature be subject to the Roman Pontiff.” It is not only the first trust deed in history but also the largest trust ever conceived, as it claims the whole planet and everything on it, conveyed in…

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The black Americans suing to reclaim their Native American identity

Their ancestors were black slaves owned by Native Americans. Now they’re suing the Creek nation to fully restore their citizenship by Caleb Gayle Published onFri 2 Nov 2018 04.00 EDT Johnnie Mae Austin and her grandson, Damario Solomon-Simmons, can tell you everything about their ancestry. They can go back as far as 1810, the year Solomon-Simmons’ great-great-great-great-grandfather, Cow Tom, was born. With undeniable pride, they recount the man’s feats of bravery during the civil war, and his leadership within Oklahoma’s Creek population. In fact, they are so determined to let the…

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Sask. may have right to limit gatherings for Indigenous ceremonies, but legal experts caution against doing so

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller said sacred ceremonies would be allowed to continue The Canadian Press · Posted: May 16, 2020 2:43 PM ET | Last Updated: May 16 Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, a renowned Indigenous judge, lawyer and advocate for children, says the province must also consider the constitutional right to ceremony. (CBC) Legal experts say the Saskatchewan government may have a case that sacred Indigenous ceremonies be limited in size, but they caution the premier against taking such action. “Is there reason for Premier Scott Moe to pick this hill to dig…

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