The "Declaration of Independence" was a statement which announced
that the Thirteen Colonies regarded themselves as independent
states, no longer a part of the British Empire. The "Ryamecah
Declaration of Indigenous Independence" is a statement which
announces that the Ryamecah regard themselves as a state in
relationship with the descendant of the British Empire, the
Commonwealth of Nations, and that the United States must either
represent the Native American confederation before the
Commonwealth, or rightfully grant it enough sovereignty so it may
represent itself. In arguing that the British Parliament was the
legislature of Great Britain only, and that the colonies, which had
their own legislatures, were connected to the rest of the British
Empire only through their allegiance to the Crown, the United
States' Founders anticipated the IGO today known as the
Commonwealth. The Author of this book wishes for the Ryamecah to
renew its relationship to the Crown, a relationship today much
wider than that to Great Britain only, and deemed less onerous and
abusive than the colonial relationship with the American Empire, a
commonwealth of profit-seeking dependent municipal and other kinds
of corporations, not of human rights-seeking independent nations.
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