Republic of North Amazon

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It is located in North America. Specifically, in Canada, with rather large areas in eastern Alaska, Montana, and northern Minnesota. We don't recognize the treaties the Ojibwa Nation and Canada or Great Britain, signed in the 19th and 20th centuries. Ojibwa leaders would not cede vast areas of Ojibwa land only to be left with very small areas of land white historians claim were allotted to individual Ojibwa people. Ojibwa leaders knew from the Seven Fires Prophecy, that they needed large areas of land if the Indian Race is to survive. In the United States, our claim is to land in Montana and Minnesota, with the numbers 399 and 574 (on Montana land cession maps at the Library of Congress website), and 357, 446, and 482 (on Minnesota land cession maps at the Library of Congress website). Our claim to land in Alaska, is adjacent to and east of the Alaska oil pipeline and Yukon River as the southern boundary and the Beaufort Sea as the northern boundary.

Origins

It can be dated to August 20, 2011. We are continuing to honor treaties chief Little Shell III signed with the United States in the 19th century, and the determination of chief Little Shell III and his council to refuse to cede the large areas of land the United States promised the Ojibwa Nation when they signed the treaty agreements, and the government of Joseph Paul which continued to govern the Blackfeet Reservation land area in Montana with the numbers 399 and 574, on Montana land cession maps, at the Library of Congress website.

Since Canada and the United States, will never honor the treaties they signed with the Ojibwa Nation, we have only the choice of governing the land area as an independent nation. In April of 1974, the United States again refused to honor treaty agreements, when they rejected the Little Shell Chippewa land claim lawsuit about the third Blackfeet Reservation which has the number 565 on Montana land cession maps, at the Library of Congress website.

Our claim to land in what is now Canada, is the entire land areas of treaties 5, 8 in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories, and small areas in Alberta, 9, 10, 11, and all of Nunavut, and all of Yukon. We are also claiming a large area of land in Quebec adjacent to and east and south and southeast of James Bay, as well as land in northern Ontario south of Treaty 9 land, where the 49°0'0.00"N 79°31'4.29"W begins in Ontario, to 49°0'0.00"N 88° 1'22.70"W, which is a few miles east of Nipigon. It continues following the 49°0'0.00"N in northern Ontario, to 49°0'0.00"N 94°43'9.10"W, then to 49°0'0.00"N 95° 9'11.83"W.

From there, it extends northwest to 50°21'6.56"N 96°50'18.22"W, which is the mouth of the Red River which, according to the 1782 Treaty of Paris, is the Mississippi River. In Quebec, our claim to land is located where the 49°0'0.00"N 79°31'4.29"W is, and 49°0'0.00"N 74°49′04″W, which is it's eastern most point in Quebec. In northern Quebec, it is located at 55°16′50″N 77°45′10″W and extends east to 55°16′50″N 74°49′04″W.

We are also claiming areas of Treaty 6 land in Saskatchewan and far western Alberta. In Alberta, it is to the British Columbia border where Treaty 8 land in British Columbia is adjacent to treaty 6 land in Alberta. We are also claiming Treaty 7 land in far western Alberta, from the Treaty 6 border in Alberta, to the Montana border. We are also claiming land in southeastern British Columbia, where the Rocky Mountain Trench begins in British Columbia, and follows the Rocky Mountain Trench north to where Treaty 8 land in British Columbia begins in British Columbia, and all land in British Columbia east of the Rocky Trench to the Alberta border, down to the Montana border.

People

Tribes that signed the October 17, 1855 Blackfeet Treaty near the mouth of the Judith River include the Blackfeet , Cree, Flathead including the Kalispel, Pend d'Oreille, and Spokane, Kootenai, and the Nez Perce who are the Amikwa Chippewas. They are all citizens of The Republic of North Amazon, as are the Chippewa Indians of Minnesota, and the Little Shell Pembina Chippewas who were forcefully deported out of the Turtle Mountain Reservation in June and July of 1896. White historians claim they were Cree but they were Chippewa.

They were deported to Reservations in Arizona. They are Fort Apache and San Carlos Reservations (the Turtle Mountains are adjacent to the Reservations on the west); and the Navajo Reservation; in California they are Augua Caliente (it is within the two Reservations created for Indians in southern California, on January 5–7, 1852) and Twenty-Nine Palms Reservations; Washington (the northern part of Colville Reservation and Yakima Reservation); Utah (the Uintah-Ouray Reservations); Idaho (Fort Hall Reservation); and Wyoming (Wind River Reservation). In Canada, they were deported to the Montana Reserve, Onion Lake Reserve, and Paul Reserve. All Indians on the Reservations and Reserves the Chippewas were deported to in June and July of 1896, are also citizens of The Republic of North Amazon, and those Reservations and Reserves they were deported to, are also a part of the Republic of North Amazon. Other forced relocations also happened.

Many Little Shell Pembina Chippewas were deported to the Papago Reservation of Arizona. All Indians from the Papago Indian Reservation are also citizens of The Republic of North Amazon. The United States eradicated the original Twenty-Nine Palms Reservation of California which led to many of the Indians moving to nearby Reservations in southern California. They include the following Reservations: Cabazon; Chemehuevi (the Turtle Mountains are about 15 miles to the west); Colorado River; Morongo; Soboba (it is within the two Reservations created for Indians in southern California, on January 5–7, 1852); and Torres-Martinez Reservations. All Indians from those Reservations including Mexicans, are citizens of the Republic of North Amazon.

Those Reservations including the Reservations created on January 5, 1852 and January 7, 1852, for Indians in southern California, with the numbers 307 and 309 on California land cession maps, at the Library of Congress website, are also a part of the Republic of North Amazon. We must determine the correct boundaries for the two southern California Reservations created on January 5–7, 1852. A discrepancy about the Sierra Nevada Mountains must be addressed.

And the 1906 Ute Exodus was really a Little Shell Pembina Chippewa Exodus off of the northern part of the Wind River Reservation of Wyoming. In 1896, they were set aside their own Reservation within the Wind River Reservation. On August 15, 1906, the United States refused to honor treaty and opened up their Reservation to white settlement. Chippewa leaders followed prophecy and commenced an exodus to the northeast. They were captured in southeast Montana and agreed to move to South Dakota. They were set aside their own Reservation within the Cheyenne River Reservation. Many also moved to the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota. All Indians from the Cheyenne River and Pine Ridge Reservations, are citizens of The Republic of North Amazon. Both Cheyenne River and Pine Ridge Reservations, are a part of the Republic of North Amazon.

And all Indians living within the land areas of Treaties 5, 8 in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories, and small areas of Alberta, 9, 10, 11, and the Yukon, and Nunavut, and the areas in Manitoba, northern Ontario, and Quebec already described, in Canada, are also citizens of the Republic of North Amazon. And the Indians living in eastern Alaska, adjacent to and east of the Alaska oil pipeline, and between the Yukon River on the south and Beaufort Sea on the north, are citizens of the Republic of North Amazon.

Religion

Atheism is the official religion of the Republic of North Amazon. Freedom of controlled religion is allowed however. By controlled, it simply means no person or persons that lead any particular religion, can attempt to flex their will against another religion or person or persons within the religion led by that religious leader. They will be held accountable for causing friction. Religion will be kept under the control of the government of the Republic of North Amazon. Potential leaders of the Republic of North Amazon, must be atheists. We will not allow religion to cause trouble.

Economy

Citizens of the Republic of North Amazon, will have the privilege of making her or his decision to work. A welfare system must be provided to provide clothing, food, shelter, and transportation for the citizens of the Republic of North Amazon who decide not to work or work only part time. If they intend to purchase transportation such as an automobile, they must follow the Law and purchase insurance. Work will be provided to them so they can raise enough money to purchase insurance. It is the Law of the government of the Republic of North Amazon, to protect the citizens of the Republic of North Amazon who decide they do not want to work, from people who will propagate rumors that all citizens of the Republic of North Amazon must work. They will be considered criminals who propagate their own beliefs and imprisoned for crimes against humanity. Those citizens of the Republic of North Amazon, who prefer to work, will have her or his choice of hours and days worked. A schedule according to their own preferred times to work, must be arranged with an associate.

Families

It is the Law of the Republic of North Amazon, to recognize women as the head of the family household. Surnames will be handed down to the child from the child's mother. It is the Law of nature, that from instinct, children will adhere to the mother. In fact, in most cases of mammal family life, it is the female that protects and provides for the offspring. That is clearly evident within human families in regards to the mother protecting the child from the rage of the father.

Government

An elected government is preferred for the daily needs of the citizens. Those daily needs do not include agriculture, communications, education, environment control and prevention, fishing and hunting, foreign affairs, and transportation. A separate non elected but selected group by the citizens of the Republic of North Amazon, of individuals, will manage the affairs of commerce or trade. Their terms of office will be lifetime or until she or he decides they no longer want to serve in office. It will be their duty to prevent any person or persons, from using commerce or trade as an advantage to make that person or persons, very wealthy.

We will not allow wealthy people to flex their wealth to corrupt government leaders into doing what they want, so they can accumulate even more wealth. Protection of all citizens will be the single most important task of that selected group of individuals. If they fail to enforce the Law, they will face harsh penalties for refusing to protect all citizens. To favor one person or persons, over another person or persons status in society by a government, is an even greater crime than adultery.

As for the elected government and the terms they serve in public office. They will not be allowed to serve for life. They can, however, run for office again in any following elections, after they have been either voted out or forced to leave office by the class of citizens who do not work. It will be the class of citizens who do not work, who will decide when that political leader will leave office, if that political leader has the potential of not losing during elections.

Elections

Citizens will have the privilege to determine who they select to be their leaders. It is the Law of the Republic of North Amazon, to first allow the class of citizens who do not work or work only long enough to purchase transportation insurance, to vote first. In fact, potential candidates from both the temporary and lifetime candidates, must consult first with a selected group from the citizens who do not work, about the penalties leaders of the Republic of North Amazon who do not protect all citizens, are sentenced to, for favoritism. That penalty is death. That is how serious the crime of favoritism within the government of the Republic of North Amazon, is.

Military

Being without a military is very vulnerable. We are supporting a non white entity from the future who we are in a military alliance with. It is our intentions to use peace to govern the Republic of North Amazon. We know Canada and the United States, have no intentions of honoring any treaty they have signed with any Indian Nation. They are making known what road they are going down. That is the wrong road. Therefore, our alliance with that non white entity from the future, is one of military strength. We do not intend to allow the whites to exterminate the Indian Race. We intend to govern the Republic of North Amazon peacefully. We have no intentions of any kind of hostility. It is our intention to avoid direct confrontation against any people who have genocidal plans. However, if Canada and the United States can resume honoring the treaties which created the original Reservations, we will resume our relationship with Canada and the United States, as dependent subjects.