Re: A small step toward First Nations accountabilityMar 12th, 2011
Well at least you're starting to get the gist of supporting evidence, as flimsy as it may be.
Lets look at the facts that make your argument fall apart...
1, Palestine as it is being used in the context of your assertion, did not exist at the creation of Israel.
-The Haudenosaunee did exist as a sovereign people when the Europeans landed, they had a constitution, gov't, currency, trade, and borders.
2, At that time, the people that would become "Palestinians" made no treaties with any Nation to solidify a border. They turned down the invitation to do so.
-The Haudenosaunee made treaties with the Crown, one guaranteeing the two peoples would be equal and walk the same path together as such. The other, guaranteeing that the Crown would not interfere with the sovereignty of the Six Nations.
Which I might add, the Crown has been in breach of, since almost there inception.
Good try, but keep trying though. You may want to use some of that logical consistency you keep blathering about.