Unification Of The People ( N.A.O.S.J)

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Unification Of The People

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I have been asked to respond to the position taken by my organization and our members in regard to the practice of trapping and killing the feral animals in America. There are many reasons that it is morally, spiritually and financially reprehensible and wrong to kill our four legged brothers. As Native Americans, we hold our little brothers in high regard and have reverence for their lives. In many instances these animals being tortured, trapped and killed are sacred to many of our tribes, which in themselves represent sovereign nations and sovereign people within America. We are the indigenous people of the Americas, originally possessing and living in harmony with nature and all of the creatures of the land. We ourselves are considered as the feral animals of the country, and as Thomas Jefferson a founding father of America, the principle author of the Declaration of Independence (1776), the Statute of Virginia For Religious Freedom (1777) and third President of the United States (1801-1809) said in 1812, " Americans were obligated to push the backward Indian
 

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