Tennessee's Patriots... stood on both sides of the Indian Removal Issue.
Davey Crockett: He and Cherokee Chief Attakullakulla served under
Andrew Jacksons' command in the Creek Wars. He spoke out against
Jackson's Indian Removal scheme.
Andrew Jackson - was once a Chickamauga Cherokee prisoner. He
disregarded the Supreme Court ruling in Cherokee vs USA over Indian
Removal Cherokees served in his household at The Hermitage.
Sam Houston - married Texas Cherokee Chief John Jolly's daughter, and
was considered a "Full Blood" Cherokee regardless of no Cherokee
Alvin C. York: English, Ulster Scots, Choctaw, and Cherokee ancestry
IS THE LAST GREAT MOVEMENT THAT TRUE CHEROKEES AND
ALL AMERICAN INDIANS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR SINCE COLUMBUS ARRIVED!
James Adair's "History Of The American Indians" 23 Hebrew Arguments
in the hand of Sequoyah the Keetoowah Commandments...
means we belong to that in there... the way he says...
belong to God... and its Israel... God is Israel, Israel psalmers...
Israel belong to God."
by Chief William Lee Smith, during the 1984 KJRH Television Documentary
of the Fire
time immemorial, the Cherokee have been fighting an internicene war - a
war between brothers. Since the end of the Civil War, the United States
Government has been enabling this ancient war with your tax dollars!
Since the mid 1990s, this war has been escalating into what amounts to
website is the Cherokee Patriotic response to the TYRANNICAL and
DESPOTIC campaign of domestic terror by Principal Chief Chad Smith of
the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma (CNO).
ago, Chad Smith spoke to John Red Hat, then a revered elder of The
Original Keetoowah Society -- a man schooled in "the Old Ways" having
been raised by two full-blood Keetoowah Grandmothers and a Freedwoman.
It seems Chad had awakened from a nightmare and wanted some advice.
Both men were old enough to be enrolled both in the Cherokee Nation of
Oklahoma and The United Keetoowah Band (UKB), a practice that was in
later years disallowed. Chad's uncle was the late Chief of The
Keetoowah Nighthawks, William Smith. The Nighthawks were the
traditionalist religious organization from which the UKB (mostly
converts to Christianity) sprang.
Chad Smith told John Red
Hat, that after waking from his nightmare, he feared for the survival
of The Cherokee Nation. John Red Hat's advice to Chad was this: "We
don't have so many friends that we can afford to turn away strangers."
this elder's advice, since that time Smith has gone on what seems to
many observers as a domestic terrorism campaign, using federal funds
against all disenfranchised Cherokee groups which he apparently sees as
in competition against his own organization, which is in truth a
johnny-come-lately tribe found in the mid 1970s, but boasting 250,000
was recently found guilty of treason against the Cherokee People the
United Keetoowah Band, and was disenrolled.
possess video evidence that Chad Smith's Task Force is spending
$900,000 a year to fight disenfranchized "BIA Category 4" Cherokees who
are seeking federal acknowledgment... and spending federal
dollars to do it! Tactics being used amount to Domestic Terrorism.
1982 and 1984, The Keetoowah Nighthawks, whom Creator called "The Chief
Tribe of all Tribes in North America" went on record in a KJRH-TV video
(click to view), stating that the
Cherokee were associated with ancient Israel, a concept abhorrent to
some Cherokees -- doubtless due to the antisemitism rampant to this day
in the south and midwest among lesser educated people.
The idea that
Cherokee are "Israel" is sacred to many Cherokees... chief among them
the Northern Cherokee Tribe of The Old Louisiana Territory (NCNOLT) and
The American Cherokee Associations (CBC) in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, in
the heart of the 1806 Congressional Reservation. NCNOLT Chief Beverly
Baker authored a book titled We Are Not Yet Conquered outlining the
Chief Beverly Baker's book, Joe "Sitting Owl" White established a
Cherokee Israel Museum in the old Bank building at #1 Public Square, in
upon the United States Congress for relief from Smith's illegal use of
continuing an Ancient War which the Cherokee have been fighting amongst
themselves for hundreds of years. After the Civil War, the US Gov't
signed a Treaty of Amity and Friendship between all the Indians in what
is now Oklahoma. All tribes became signatories BUT the Cherokees
reserved the right to continue their ancient internecine (between
brothers) war. The US Gov't, eager to limit as much as possible the
names on Indian rolls, (and financial responsibility for them) was
eager to allow this.
In 1865-6, thousands of Cherokees from Texas and elsewhere were driven
away at gunpoint by US Troops. Many fled to Mexico and South America.
The 1839 Cherokee Nation petitioned the War Department for permission
to return to Mexico, but was denied. The Cherokee Nation enjoyed a
Golden Age during the 1880s, but during the 1890s -- under The Dawes
Act -- the Cherokee nation was enrolled, it lands held in common were
allotted in severalty, and the tribe was terminated. Figurehead
"Chiefs" were APPOINTED up through the 1950s by the US
President to sign off on land claims. In the 1940s, The United
Keetoowah Band was recognized in a government-to-government
relationship by The United States Congress, before the current BIA
termination in 1906, underground Cherokee religious movements thrived
all over the midwest, assisted by Redbird Smith, their religious rites
having been outlawed by both state and federal governments. After
passage of the Native American Religious Freedom Act, these groups came
out from under cover, and many filed for federal and state
recognition... many were successful.
fought the federal recognition of the North Carolina state-recognized
Eastern Band of Cherokees, but after the EBCI began receiving "services
from the Secretary" the so-called "federally acknowledged" bands "went
to war" against all other Cherokee groups in 1998. Only one individual
was singled out at that time: David Michael Wolfe.
Native American Religious Freedom Act (NARFA) was passed, dozens of
groups of Cherokees who had secretly continued their governments began
to assert their sovereignty.
It is a
CORNERSTONE of Indian Law that all Indian tribes are assumed to be
SOVEREIGNTIES unless proven otherwise, but under the current Roman-type
system of law, the burden of proof is on the tribe making application,
and the BIA uses its power to suppress information that may assist,
even though is stated mission is to assist rather than to resist.
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