Black Indians United
Tribal State Department Project
Indian Freedmen Nations of the 5 Civilized Tribes
Ethnic Protectorate Compact: Restitution
In 2008, Black Indians United Legal Defense and Education Fund, through its Ambassador, Representative and Spokesperson sought an open line of communication between Oklahoma Senator and U.S. Congressman Tom Coburn, in order to secure Congressionally Sanctioned Provisions of Separation for the several Indian Freedmen Nations in alliance with Black Indians United Legal Defense and Education Fund, including Legislation, or an Oklahoma State Compact with a Historical Accounting of Treaty-mandated Trust Funds (with access), Trust Lands and Restitution for damaged caused to each of the petitioning Indian Freedmen Nations; to achieve parity, remedy, benefit and restore the legal 1866 Treaty Entitlement Group, Ethnic Protectorate of the 5 Civilized Tribes, Lineal Descendants, Beneficiaries, Heirs and Assigns of the original proprietors of soil, otherwise known as; Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole Nation Freedmen.
The Indian Freedmen Nations of the 5 Civilized Tribes and the United States having in consequence of the stipulations of the Treaties of 1866 between the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole Nations which has defined the class of Nationals comprising the Micro-Ethnic Protectorate of the Nations in Question, do hold it necessary to regulate with a distinct convention, forming an integral part of the same, their financial relations;
The Supreme Executive Administrations of the Indian Freedmen Nations of the 5 Civilized Tribes, henceforth known as the; Nation States of the United Ishtehotopih Band of the Chickasaw Nation, the United Tuscaloosa Band of the Choctaw Nation, the United Warrior Band of the Seminole Nation, the Chunchula Alabama Band of the Mississippi Choctaw Nation, the Kelly Carolina Cherokee Blackfeet Band of the Cherokee Nation and the United Loyal Muscogee Creek Band of the Creek Nation, in consideration of the immense damage sustained by the Indian Freedmen Nations through the loss of patrimony derived by the ancestral parent Nations through the Treaties of 1866 and the beneficence of the United States Government with the same, were bequeathed in law specifically to the lineal descendants, heirs and assigns of the original Tribal Nation which were, due to inadequacies, punctuated by denial of the barest necessities of that agreement, deem it well to take into consideration of the present financial and economic condition of the Unified Indian Freedmen Nation-States, do hereby restrict the request for indemnity to the barest necessity; asking for a sum partly in cash and partly in bonds which is much inferior in value to State today, and should disperse towards the Indian Freedmen Nation upon the execution of this Compact, restitution for obligations assumed by the Laws of the Treaties of 1866, to wit;
Treaty with the Seminoles, March 21, 1866
Treaty with the Choctaw and Chickasaw, April 28, 1866
Treaty with the Creek, June 14, 1866 and
Treaty with the Cherokee, July 19, 1866
And En Masse Adoption of Ethnic (Black) African-Ancestored Citizens
by the Tribes;
Article 1. The United States, on the exchange of the ratification of the Compact, shall pay each of the Unified Indian Freedmen Nation States $950,000,000 (Nine Hundred and Fifty Million U.S.) and at the same time consign 5 per cent bonds U.S. (With coupons, December 25, 2008) of the nominal value $250,000,000 (Two Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars U.S.), with pending commerce provisions.
Article 2. The Unified The Indian Freedmen Nations, (ie. United Ishtehotopih Band of the Chickasaw Nation, United Tuscaloosa Band of the Choctaw Nation, United Warrior Band of the Seminole Nation, Chunchula Alabama Band of the Mississippi Choctaw Nation, Kelly Carolina Cherokee Blackfeet Band of the Cherokee Nation and the United Loyal Muscogee Creek Band of the Creek Nation) declares that it accepts the above as a definite consolidation of the past obligations owed to the Indian Freedmen of the 5 Civilized Tribes in financial relations with the United States in consequence of the events of 1866.
Notwithstanding annual disbursements from said Treaty-mandated Trust Accounts and/or subsequent accounts arising as expanded obligations relating to Treaty-mandated lands.
Article 3. All the acts necessary for the execution of the Compact with regard to the present continuing obligations of the Treaties of 1866 between the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole Nations shall be exempt from every form of taxation.
Article 4. The United States recognizes the full ownership, exclusive dominion, and sovereign authority and jurisdiction of the Indian Freedmen Nations over its citizens and former domain at present constituted by holdings in severalty, future appropriations made on behalf of the Indian Freedmen Nation by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, together with all its appurtenances and endowments, thus creating the Indian Freedmen Nation-States, for the special purposes and under the conditions hereinafter referred to.
Article 5. The boundaries of the said Nation-States to be set forth on a map created for the purpose and may include the former domain as outlined by the Treaties of 1866 and/or appropriations for a designated Ethnic Enclave (Extent Tribal Community or Reserve) which forms an integral part.
It is furthermore agreed that, although forming the Indian Freedmen Nation-States and/or a designated Ethnic Enclave (Extent Tribal Community) shall continue to be operated by the Indian Freedmen Nations at their discretion, which may or not restrict or prohibit public access.
Article 6. The sovereignty and exclusive jurisdiction over the Indian Freedmen Nation-State and/or Ethnic Enclave (or Extent Tribal Community or Reserve) forbids any intervention on the part of the U.S. Government, nor any other outside authority.
Article 7. For the purpose of the execution of the provision of the preceding Article before the present Compact comes into force, the U.S. Government shall see to it that the territory forming the Indian Freedmen Nation-State, Domain, Ethnic Enclave and Extent Tribal Community or Reserve, shall remain free from any charge and from possible occupants not granted express authorization or arrangement by the Supreme Executive Administration of the Indian Freedmen Nation(s).
Article 8. The United States shall provide, by means of suitable agreements entered into with the interest parties, that an adequate water supply be fully assured to the Indian Freedmen Nations particularly landlocked enclaves. It shall provide further for direct connection with other States by means of telephone, wireless, broadcasting, and postal services in the Indian Freedmen Nation State or Ethnic Enclave.
Article 9. Considering the person of the Supreme, Principal and/or Deputy Executive Administration of the Indian Freedmen Nations to be of extreme importance and inviolable, the United States must declare any attempt against the person(s) or any incitement to commit violent acts, such attempt to be punishable by the same penalties as all similar attempts and incitements to commit the same against the Chief Executive of the United States of America.
Article 10. In accordance with the provisions of International Law, all persons have a permanent residence with the facilities of the Supreme Executive Administration, Embassy and/or Council House (State House) within the Indian Freedmen Nations shall be subject to the sovereignty of the Indian Freedmen Nations. Such residence shall not be forfeit by reason of mere fact of temporary residence elsewhere, unaccompanied by the loss of habitation in the said City or other circumstances proving that such residence has been abandoned.Such persons inhabiting the Indian Freedmen Nations shall be regarded as Nationals of the Indian Freedmen Nations.Notwithstanding that all such persons are subject to the sovereignty of the Indian Freedmen Nation-States, the provisions of United States law shall be applicable to them within the territory of the United States, even in such matters where the personal law must be observed.
Article 11. Dignitaries of the Supreme Executive Administration of the Indian Freedmen Nations shall be accorded customary reception by the United States and shall always and in every case, be exempt from Military Service as far as the United States is concerned, including jury service, and any other service of personal nature. This provision shall also apply to regular officials whose services are considered indispensable by the Executive Administration of the Indian Freedmen Nation, if permanently employed by the Indian Freedmen Nations and earning a fixed salary. The names of such officials will be provided to the United States.
Article 12. All central bodies of the Indian Freedmen Nation (Embassy, Nation-State Departments, Council House, Court, Police Department, Authorities and Commerce Enterprises shall be exempt from any interference on the part of the United States Government.
Article 13. The Indian Freedmen Nation Supreme Executive, Embassy, Ambassadors and Administrative Officers shall enjoy within the United States, all the prerogative of immunity enjoyed by diplomatic agents under International Law, and their headquarters may continue to be within United States territory while enjoying the immunity due under International Law, even in the event of their State not having diplomatic relations with the United States. It is understood that the United States undertakes in all cases to allow the freedom of correspondence for all States, including belligerents, to and from the Indian Freedmen Nations, as well as free access to Heads of Indigenous Nations from all over the World. The High Contracting Parties of this Compact undertake to establish normal diplomatic relations between each other by accrediting an Indian Freedmen Ambassador of the 5 Civilized Tribes, who be the doyen (experienced and respected member) of the Diplomatic Corps, in accordance with the ordinary practice recognized by the Congress of Vienna by the Act of June 9, 1815, in consequence of the sovereignty hereby recognized and without prejudice to the provision of previous Articles herein, the diplomats accredited by the Indian Freedmen Nations of the 5 Civilized Tribes and the couriers dispatched in the name of the several Indian Freedmen Nations, shall enjoy within the United States Territory, even in times of war, the same treatment as that enjoyed by the diplomatic personages and couriers of other foreign Governments, according to the provisions of International Law.
Article 14. As from May 1, 2008, salaries of whatsoever nature payable by the Indian Freedmen Nations or by other central bodies (including the United States Federal Government) and by bodies administered directly by the Indian Freedmen Nation whether within or without the United States to dignitaries employed and salaried (whether permanent or not), shall be exempt from any contribution or tax whether payable to the State or to any other body.
Article 15. Diplomats and envoys of the Indian Freedmen Nations, as well as diplomats and envoys of foreign Governments accredited to the Indian Freedmen Nations, and dignitaries arriving from abroad and traveling to the Indian Freedmen Nations, provided with passports of the States when they come duly furnished with a visa, shall be allowed free access to the Indian Freedmen Nation over U.S. territory without formalities.
Article 16. Goods arriving from abroad for destinations within the Indian Freedmen Nation, or without it boundaries for institutions or offices of the Indian Freedmen Nation, shall invariably be allowed transit over U.S. territory (from any part of the U.S. boundary as also from any seaport of the United States) free of any payment of customs or duties.
Article 17. Within four months of the signature thereof, the present Compact shall be submitted for ratification by the Supreme Executive Administrator of each Indian Freedmen Nation and the President of the United States, and shall enter into force as soon as ratifications are exchanged.
Dated this 1 day of May, 2008