Ryamecah Declaration of Indigenous Independence
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.
- Paperback | 52 pages
- 152 x 229 x 4mm | 82g
- 21 Feb 2013
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Hmrd Cesidio Tallini
The Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini is the Governor of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA), a territorial nation and state, and community of nations and states, as well as a multi-oceanic archipelago recognised by, and affiliated with, several IGOs and NGOs. He is also known as Sachem Wequarran Archimedes, and is the Sachem (or Paramount Chief) of the Ryamecah Confederation. Besides being a Native American by place of birth; by adoption by a Native American indigenous and traditional organisation; and sui generis as the Sachem of the Ryamecah, Tallini is also a European by place of citizenship at birth; an Ummoagian, Antarctican, African, and Asian by place of citizenship by naturalisation; a de facto if not de jure citizen of the world; and certainly a subject of International law.