The idea of sovereignty may seem appealing, but in reality, it is a dangerous concept that can lead to chaos and abuses such as voter disenfranchisement, evictions and theft of per capita . Sovereignty is often confused with freedom, but there is a significant difference between the two.
Freedom is about the absence of hindrance and restraint, while sovereignty is about being above all others, supreme and superior. It has more to do with one's station rather than their actions. Disenrolling tribes really don't want "fair elections" They want to control the votes.
When it comes to tribal sovereignty, it refers to the limited jurisdiction that tribes or federally recognized Native American nations can exercise within and beyond their reservation boundaries. However, as we have seen in the last two decades, sovereignty can be dangerous when it is improperly used.
Any human sovereignty that is not proscribed by our Creator's control is always tyrannical and leads to abuse.
The US government and American Indian tribes are misusing sovereignty by attempting to exert control over those of us who don't control the purse strings. Political contributions are key to how our federal government responds. The same for "academics" who support disenrollment and abuses, often by misrepresenting facts. This is bringing disaster upon individual American Indians who are living in an Alice in Wonderland world regarding sovereignty.
It is time to reconsider the concept of sovereignty and to recognize that true freedom comes not from being superior or above all others, but from respecting and obeying the laws of our Creator. Maybe it's time for abusing tribes, to PRAY FOR FORGIVENESS
Only then can we create a just and equitable society that benefits all people, including American Indians, all Indians
It’s a Communist Dictatorship and to think these Oligarchs have the power over our politicians it definitely is a danger!Mabey WWIII has started!!!
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