The Colonial Period



The Colonial Period

The First Big Lie

Now step back in time to the early 1600’s…

The Colonists pretended that the land was vacant and open to claim. They discounted the Indians because they weren’t Christian.

The Second Big Lie

Later, the Colonists tried to buy the land from the Indians, who told them that they didn’t own the land — the land owned the people. The Colonists ignored this and forced the Indians to accept “gifts” as payment and concocted contracts of sale based on this practice.

This and every other nation you can think of is founded on lies and false claims. Buying and selling and taxing land is a con game in which we buy back the right to enjoy assets that were already given to us (Genesis 1:26-28). Those in the middle — The “Trustees” — are cheating us and enriching themselves whether its the Pope, the King of France, or the State of Ohio.

Because the Indians continued their efforts to bring this fraud to everyone else’s attention, they were deemed “Enemies of the Crown” and subjected to physical and cultural genocide for 400 years.

Men, women, and children… they died to bring you this basic truth. They were killed because they knew and spoke this truth in your behalf as well as their own.

The Trust — Again

Native Americans had their own vision of The Trust. In their view it was simple and obvious.

1. The Trust is SACRED and belongs equally to all people.

2. The Trust requires our GRATITUDE. We cannot take without giving.

3. The Trust requires CARE TAKING. This generation cannot destroy what is owed to the next.

It is every adult’s duty to hand over The Trust in the same or better condition than he received it.

Anyone who wastes resources or pollutes the world is viewed like a two year-old with a hammer—too ignorant to know better, dangerous, and needing guidance and discipline.

The Europeans conquered by force and by guile, but they lost the moral debate forever.

“Kill the buffalo and you kill the Indians.” —Commander Wm. F. Cody (But nobody can accuse you of genocide…)

“Let us put our minds together and see what kind of life we can make for our children.” —Sitting Bull

The French and Indian War (American) a.k.a. The Thirty Years War (European)

We can’t call it The Thirty Years War in America because that would admit that “The French and Indian War” was an extension of The Thirty Years War in Europe, which would admit that it was all Britain and France’s fault that such a war existed.

That in turn would show that the Colonials were innocent Third Parties drawn into a British war-for-profit scheme, from which we did not profit and for which we were handed the bill.

This is a recurrent theme: Britain starts a war with some other party, Americans fight for the British, and then, America gets handed the bill for it.


(Information attributed to “You Know Something Is Wrong When…An American Affidavit of Probable Cause.”)


Enjoy The Entire FREEDOM Education Series:


Second Declaration Of Independence 

Are You A Debt Slave Citizen?

Three Different Forms Of “United States”

Constitutional Knowledge

The Civil War When Everything Ran Amok

Legalese Caused The Confusion

The Office Of The President

The Colonial Period

Titles Of Nobility Amendment 1810 to 1819



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