Tribal Corruption and Dictatorship
Sunday, November 17, 2002
There is not a year that goes by in which there is media observance of Tribal Corruption taking place somewhere in Indian Country. Corruption of political deceit that is of a criminal nature, with violations against the Tribal Constitution and by-laws and civil and human right violations against the Tribal Members, receives exposure to the general public for a short time, but it does allow America to understand that there are problems in Indian Country.
Each year, Tribal Corruption brings about a new formula of injustice in which to humiliate Tribal Member’s and to promote a matter of arrogance that incriminates the virtues of not only Tribal Law, Federal Law, but defaces the Traditional Law as well.
The Code of Federal Regulations 25, Tribal Constitutions and By-Laws were designed to provide an avenue for tribal leaders’, tribal council’s and the tribal members to maintain order and discipline. So how is it that there seems to be so much chaos? Are these laws too hard to comprehend? Are these laws written in such a way that they have no form of justice included in their contents?
Laws that are designed to protect the right’s of the people whether it implies criminal or civil, are laws that were designed by the tribe, tribal member’s and other sources, but that does not mean that these laws are supposed to be abused or made a mockery of, especially by a judicial process.
Enforcement of laws, whether they be federal, tribal, state, county or city, should be carried out by means of dependable, reliable, honorable, and authorized functions that cannot be obstructed by inequality because when laws become impaired all means of justice is removed and the principal protection they are to provide are lost to disorder and discrimination.
When the Bureau of Indian Affairs, CFR Courts, Tribal Courts cannot or will not provide protection of the right’s of Tribal Member’ s, and Congress, the U.S. Senate, and other such government organizations will not perform any means to assist the people, then all constitutional order has been tossed out and replaced by dishonored acts of tyranny.
When evidence proves Tribal corruption has been a threat to the well being of the Tribal Member’s, and that same evidence has been set before the judicial process and other government agency’s and representatives, and no attempt to sustain the Constitution or the Right’s of the people, then there is no “Due Process” attainable for Americans and fascism becomes an acknowledged factor that is flawless before a corrupt legal system.
The U.S. Justice Department, U.S. Civil Right’s Division, Federal Representatives and such legal factions must be addressed in a fashion that will summon an equality process to incorporate legal imperatives to bring an end to the Tribal Corruption and illegal dictatorships that are impoverishing Tribal Communities with terror and tyranny.
Voices of justice must prevail in order to gain attention to the corruption that is violating the Human Right’s and Fundamental Freedoms of the people. On-going constructive activity directed towards those who will listen must be strong and full of sincere respect to bring forth aid to those who are being suppressed, victims of tyranny, victims of fascist incompetence, victims of deception that is becoming all too familiar in America and now comes the time that the American Citizen, Tribal Member’s should begin to remove the injustice and install the Human Right’s and Fundamental Freedoms of the people! Constitutional order must become a reality of equality for all Americans!
“The earth was created by the assistance of the sun, and it should be left as it was…” Heinmot Tooyalaket
Comment & Opinion by Larry Kibby
Elko Indian Colony
Posted by: lkibby at citlink.net
Web Of Life Enterprises:
I just sent you an announcement for a Rally for American Indian Rights that is taking place in Sacramento, California. I read the Tribal corruption letter posted on your web-site and felt I needed to contact you as we are seeing more of what the letter states. We need to let more people to know what is happening within Indian Country. The Human & Civil Rights violations within the tribes are increasing with the victims having no protections or due process, which leaves them at the mercy of Tribal Leaders who are corrupt with abuse of power and greed. In most cases, the victims are disenrolled or banished from their tribe. This is such a dishonor to all American Indians. We have already been through enough attacks by those who stole our lands and what little we have is being taken by those entrusted to protect us. Our Ancestors fought just to see their children and grandchildren live and to make a better way of life for our people. And nw we must unite and make it right before we have more destruction. Please share this information. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please let me know.
Disenrolled from the Redding Rancheria Tribe of Redding, CA
American Indian Rights & Resources Organization (AIRRO) Board Chairperson
Rally at the Capitol
The American Indian Rights & Resources Organization
Invites you to attend a Rally in support of
HUMAN RIGHTS & CIVIL LIBERTIES
State Capitol Building
Friday, October 6, 2006
12 noon to 4:30 p.m.
The American Indian Rights and Resources Organization (AIRRO) invites you to attend a Rights Rally at the California State Capitol Building.
The Rally will honor those who have worked so hard and traveled great distances in support of individual rights and liberties. Activists from all parts of Indian Country will speak regarding their efforts to promote, protect and preserve basic human and civil rights.
There will also be information booths highlighting human and civil rights violations in Indian Country, as well as booths where you can get information on how to become active in the movement to protect and preserve the rights and liberties of the individual.
In conjunction with the Rights Rally, AIRRO will be holding a membership meeting on Saturday, October 7th at the VFW Building in West Sacramento. Membership in AIRRO is open to any and all who support human and civil rights for all.
For more information regarding the Rights Rally, information about the AIRRO membership meeting, or more information about AIRRO, please email John Gomez, Jr. at Pechangajg@msn.com