Black Indians United Legal Defense and Education Fund
5 Tribes Embassy
1866 Treaties-Ethnic (Black) Indians and Freedmen
Our Country: Defined
(Mexico, Canada, Africa, Polynesia, Australia, Asia, South America)
In reference to politics is a government official working abroad or living in a foreign city to promote the commerce of the official’s own state and protect is citizens.
Supreme Commissioner Plenipotentiary-Refers to a person (or persons) who has “full powers”. Particularly, a diplomat fully authorized to represent his government. Plenipotentiary also refers to that (body, state, nation) which confers “full powers."
A term in international law and is the authority of a person to sign a treaty convention on behalf of a sovereign state. Persons other than the head of state, head of government or foreign minister of the state must produce “Full Powers” in order to sign a treaty binding their government. Such a person is called a plenipotentiary (Ambassador).
5 Tribes Embassy
Ambassador’s Headquarters: the domicile, residence and place of business of an ambassador.
Council House (State House)
A building in which the Tribal Legislature (Council) convenes in each Tribal Nation. Styles vary by tribe; original structures may be simple, as a retreat with lodge pole tepee (very large tent), community center, cabin, or resemble a territorial brick and mortar courthouse, while modern structures are elaborate town hall configurations or independent architectural marvels, with full judicial chambers.
Independent, self-governing, not ruled by any other state, with complete power, having supreme authority or power.
An independent or autonomous region (or part of a country); forming an individual country or nation with its own sovereign government, legislature and control over most of its own internal affairs.
In politics, State, refers to a country or nation’s own sovereign government, legislature and controlled institutions, responsible for its internal administration and relationships with other countries. State (in Politics), also refers to that which is held, run, owned, operated or financed by a nation-state.
Sovereign Nation (State)
A sovereign nation-state, refers to a state with a defined territory on which it exercises internal and external sovereignty and influence over a permanent population, a government, and the capacity to enter into relations with other sovereign nations or states. It is also normally understood to be a state that is neither dependent upon or subject to any other power or state.
Influence: refers to the special existential advantage of direct aboriginal lineage, Indigenous descent as heirs, beneficiaries, successors-in-interest, assigns or Ethnic protectorates who carry, inherently, the power, authority, or proprietorship in each individual residing within the geographical jurisdiction of the sovereign nation's borders that comes from wealth, social status, or position.
Unrecognized nation-states (including Domestic Dependent Nations and abandoned or exiled Treaty-mandated Ethnic protectorates, such as the Indian Freedmen Nations particular to the 5 Civilized Tribes) require at least minimum cooperation with Federal States and the U.S. Superpower with whom historic relationships were forged by Union Loyalty during a time of War (Civil War in Indian Territory).
Indian Freedmen remained legally attached to the tribal nations of ancestry until the modern tribes petitioned for (and received) Charters of Recognition from the U.S. Government under authority of the 1934 or 1936 expansion of the Indian Reorganization Act, causing nearly unrecoverable loss for Indian Freedmen (Nationality). In light of this immense loss and tremendous damage sustained by Indian Freedmen Nations and Ethnic (Black) Indigenous Native Americans of the 5 Civilized Tribes, enduring the Trail of Tears, Slavery, Loss of Tribal Lands, Ethnic Exile, Deprivation of Citizenship, Nationality and Patrimony (inheritance) derived by ancestral parent nations of the 5 Civilized Tribes (our predecessor sovereigns).
Beneficence (generosity) shown by the United States Government to the same said peoples, an Ethnic Protectorate (who were bequeathed in law by the 1866 Treaties, would go a long way to remedy or ameliorate our condition.
The 1866 Treaties (which still hold the same force of law to date) identifies Indian Freedmen specifically, as a unique racial or Ethnic peoples among the tribes. Our people were recorded as Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole Indian Freedmen Peoples having African Ancestry and further describes ("their descendants") as beneficiaries, heirs, assigns, successors-in-interest of the original proprietors of soil, signed by the hand of Tribal Rulers, U.S. Government Representatives and witnesses for the entire world to see.
The present dire condition of the Indian Freedmen Nations, arises distinctly from issues related to the 1866 Treaties. Our condition worsened under unrelenting racism, unrepentant adherence to Jim Crow Era segregationist policies and procedures still in use today. Conditions were made unbearable in the modern age by the misuse of innocent laws by collusion and addition of discriminatory codified laws, rules of access, Federal Fiduciary failures and inadequacies punctuated by denial of the barest of necessities to benefit Ethnic (Black) Native Americans and Freedmen, which was negotiated by the multi-party contracts.
Perhaps nothing short of generous interactions, economic and developmental partnerships, along with aid from International Success Advocates will speed recovery of the Indian Freedmen Nations.