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The Petition to President of the United States Donald Trump

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We, the undersigned, do hereby request the President of the United States Donald Trump,

and the Judiciary of the United States of America, to help protect and defend the rights of all Class of Mix Breed Native Descendants to retain the right to band together in Governmental units with by-laws of our own enactment for the gathering of and preservation of our Heritage for ourselves and our progeny.

We ask that all actions against our rights by any Governmental agency the B.I.A., Federal, State, or Tribal to cease and desist, we assure you our people have service in all branch of the Army Force, and in Governmental agency, Federal, State, or Tribal that we do not wish to impose on the Sovereign Rights of any Government. We acknowledge that we are loyal Citizens of the United States of America but are also of Mix Blood Native Descent and so wish to embrace our Heritage without being hindered, to band together for Social and Creative, Organizational, or Governmental purposes, as we feel it is our right given to us by our Creator and is the natural order of Yowa {I AM) the Creators of Mother Earth.

Now we ask you that have been put into positions of leadership and power over us by our Creator, to diligently work toward the rights of all Class of Mix Blood Native American Descendants, so we may assume and maintain our rightful place to exist as Native American Descendants with Decimation make against our people, by Federal Tribes, and our Bury Mounts Which are under Federal Laws protected by laws that are all one sided, and not for all people, and laws from the 1800 that discriminate against Mix Blood Native Americans and their rights to protect their children that belong to our Tribe, taken by the White man’s children service, and we do not have the same right under the Native American Child Welfare Act. Of 1973 and other Laws that take out children form our people, without their day in in our courts.

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