- Nov 16, 2015
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All groups of people living together have "government" and "laws." Some is more formalized than others.Most Americans don't realize, but the Constitution is based on the Great Law of the Peace, which is from the Six nations.That’s why the Left are always saying ‘but x country does it’
The Natives thought the best way to ensure individual liberty was through the natural law of the creator.
Native Americans are the planets oldest conservatives. They weren't really pleased with a bunch of liberal panty waists coming in. Mucking up the freedom with a bunch of laws. Messing up the creators paradise. Etc.
Till the Euro trash came here? There was no government and no laws. Total and complete freedom. No abortion, and anyone, even kids could have any weapon they choose.
Now the only thing left to remember the glory days, about two thirds of our cities, towns, rivers and States retain the original names. And of course the government form.
There were absolutely rules and lines one could not cross. The Native Americans were very democratic, its true--even the Chief (government) wouldn't tell the people what to do. But no one has complete and total freedom, Mr. Beale. That's a very romanticized notion of their lives.