US Supreme Court rules that the Muscogee-Creek Nation owns half of Oklahoma!

Over a century ago, someone screwed up and forgot to erase the Creek Nation’s boundaries in Oklahoma.

This is a game changer. No one is certain how implementation of the court’s ruling will pan out, but there is no doubt that there will be major changes in the relationship between the MCN and the State of Oklahoma. Much of Oklahoma’s wealth is concentrated within those boundaries, including the City of Tulsa.

You know right after the American Revolution, the US Government secretly stole North Georgia from the Elate and Apalache Creeks and gave it to the Cherokees. The Muskogee-dominated Creek Confederacy didn’t know about it for about six years, but really didn’t have jurisdiction there either. Wonder if we could get our land back? I guarantee that several troops of Creek Lighthorse Police spread across the landscape would quickly get rid of the drug dealers and Neo-Nazi’s here. LOL Here is the article:

https://www.npr.org/2020/07/09/889562040/supreme-court-rules-that-about-half-of-oklahoma-is-indian-land

2 Comments

  1. Howdy, Query. I have maintained for 50 years the Federal Government stole the Choctaw/Chickasaw lands. THE NATIONS bought and paid for their lands in Oklahoma, this Includes the OSAGE. They never were Reservations. Also the Federal Government Stole Chickasaw Lands west of 99* to set up Reservations for WILD INDIANS…NO PAYMENT was ever made.

    On Fri, Jul 10, 2020 at 6:05 AM The Americas Revealed wrote:

    > alekmountain posted: ” Over a century ago, someone screwed up and forgot > to erase the Creek Nation’s boundaries in Oklahoma. This is a game changer. > No one is certain how implementation of the court’s ruling will pan out, > but there is doubt that there will be major chan” >

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    1. Absolutely true. Also, 24 million acres was stolen from the Pro-United States Creeks after the Red Stick War to punish them for “allowing” the Red Sticks to start a war. If you recall, the Red Stick War started as a Creek Civil War, when the pro-United States Creeks in Georgia intervened against the Alabama Red Stick raids on white squatters, who illegally had settled on Creek lands.

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