“Elizabeth Warren Is Unfit To Lead,” says the headline in a Washington Post OpEd this week.
Citing her dubious DNA claim of Native American ancestry, the piece suggests she seeks out a Jewish one instead.
“But Warren would have some work to do,” the author said, “her demeanor screams white bread and Jell-O molds.”
I don’t know about you, but when a hyena tries to look like a duck, toss it in the water and see if it swims.
[Clip: “What’s come up lately is Ms Warren, a Harvard law school professor, at various times in her career has been identified as a Native American. Looking at her, it doesn’t necessarily seem plausible.” “No. I mean you look at her and she’s white as a ghost of a polar bear after a dental bleaching in a snow storm.”]
The ghost came back to haunt her.
Elizabeth Warren may have cooked her goose in her own DNA juice.
[Clip: “Tonight the leaders of the Cherokee Nation are speaking out against Senator Elizabeth Warren’s campaign video touting her Native American ancestry courtesy of a newly revealed DNA test, the tribe saying in part, quote: ‘A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citzenship. Out front now the Secretary of State for the Cherokee Nation, Chuck Hoskin Jr, thanks so much for joining us, why do you find this offensive?” “Jake, thanks for having me on. The problem with a DNA test is that it proves nothing of relevance to whether a person is a citizen of the Indian Nation, a member of the Indian Nation. DNA at best can give you some indicators of some markers that indicate you’re related to somebody who lived long ago, that may have lived in North or South America, and may have been a native people of those continents.”]
You need blood, tribal blood, to prove American Indian ancestry.
And the blood quantum must range from 1/4 to 1/32, not 1/1000 like Warren’s DNA which proves absolutely beyond any doubt that Warren is 99.99% white.
If she contradicts, she should claim she’s Latina, not Cherokee.
For Warren’s DNA Report concedes that with scant samples from North American groups available, her DNA was instead compared against samples from Mexico, Colombia, and Peru.
Tracing American Indian ancestry, or Jewish ancestry, as the WaPo piece proposes, has nothing to do with demeanor.
I recall that a few years ago, Rabbi Dovid Weiss, a Chasid of the Neturei Karta anti-Zionist group, made an attempt to bring me back into the fold.
“Your mother a Jew?” he asked.
“Both my mother and father,” I answered, “ten generations back, according to our family tree.”
That was more than good enough for him, so he launched into a re-conversion technique with, “You need to fan your Yiddishee flame.”
Not sure what flame can be fanned in Lizzy’s ‘inner Indian.’
[Clip: “I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes and only by tribes. I never used my family tree to get a break or get ahead, I never used it to advance my career. But I want to make something else clear too, my parents were real people.”]
Then let those ‘real’ people produce a ‘real’ family tree to show that Warren’s a ‘real’ ‘Cherokee’ as she’s been saying for years.
And did they pass on enough ‘real’ blood to enroll Warren as a member of the Cherokee tribe?
[Clip: “Well, Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to insist that she’s a genuine American Indian in spirit if not genetically. And to support her claims, she says her parents, whom she claims had to elope due to racist objections to her mother’s part Indian heritage. Twila Barnes is an actual Cherokee genealogist. She’s looked into this, and she joins us tonight to tell us what she’s found. Twila, thanks for coming on.” “Thank you.” “So if you could just settle this for us, since this is something that you’re expert in, is Elizabeth Warren a Cherokee Indian?” “No.”]
But she’s got high cheekbones!
[Clip: “She’s also given this sound bite about her appearance and the appearance of others in her family.” “I still have a picture on my mantle at home, and it’s a picture my mother had before that, a picture of my grandfather. And my Aunt Bea has walked by that picture at least a thousand times, remarked that he, her father, my Papaaw, had high cheekbones like all of the Indians do, because that’s how she saw it. And she said, ‘Your mother got those same great cheekbones, and I didn’t. She thought this was the bad deal she’d gotten in life. Being Native American has been part of my story, I guess since the day I was born.” “What’s your reaction to that, Twila?” “Well, when she said it was part of her story, that’s true, it’s just a story. And honestly, I have never walked by any picture of any of my ancestors that are Indian and said, ‘They have high cheekbones’. It’s just not something we say!”]
You can’t have it both ways.
‘Family lore’ is fine for misty eyes, but enrollment needs certifiable blood lines.
But the issue is not about race.
It’s about the threat to the survival of American Indian sovereignty as federally recognized political entities…
…that Warren is darkly turning into a stepping stone to the presidency, just as she did at Harvard, just as she did for her senate seat.
You see, it doesn’t matter one whit what Warren claims about her Cherokee ancestry and her ‘family lore’…
…but it does matter how it threatens the ongoing battles for American Indian legal defense of its tribal sovereignty with its inclusive property, environmental, and self-governing rights.
For if American Indian tribal identity is a matter of “what my momma told me,” or “my DNA test told me so,” then the boundaries of that societal-identity are breached and that’s the beginning of the end of legally-established American Indian sovereignty which can, by an Act of opportunist Congressional hacks like Warren, be overturned.
And that’s the dark side of Elizabeth Warren’s DNA.
I thought by now that my Brother Nathanael Foundation would have over a million dollars to launch:
1. Mega Internet Advertising for Real Jew News and Videos.
2. Billboards with me holding high the Holy Cross with bold letters: “Jesus Christ Is America’s Only Hope.”
3. TV Ads pinpointing Jewish despicableness by only showing the faces and the names.
But instead, I’m about to fold.
I’m only a dollar away from declaring bankruptcy.
If that happens this Site goes down, Videos cease, and my Ministry comes to a crashing end.
I had hoped by now I would have all the resources to bring down the Jews and their insidious power.
Instead, the Jews have impeded my ability to raise funds by banning me on PayPiss; Amazon Pee; and Network For (no)Good.
If any can bail me out with a generous sum or even loan me $5,000 with an IOU pay back arrangement. please Email me:
Brother Nathanael Foundation
Priest River ID 83856
Donate by GoFundMe (User Friendly!) @
ah, Squatting Liar, you must wait many moons before all this is forgiven by tribe
Thank You Brother, for pointing out our Sovereignty. God Bless You.
Her aunt B - HAHAHAHAHA
That was SAVAGE Bro Nat the way you totally scalped her.
I love this dude been watching for 4 years
Funny that , the germanic people have high check bones too ,
Must be closely related to the true Americans .
This woman is off her rocker , i think she’s suffering an identity crisis ,
wow and she she holds a position of power too lol .
America is doomed they did the same in Russia murdering 70 million orthodox
I can bet she’s from the Mohikan tribe…or from Clinton’s wardrobe.
How Dare You Be More Precious Than I Am Used to!
How Dare You Give Me Hope That My Righteous People Are Awakening to Their Being Deceived From Birth!
How Dare You Make My Love and Respect for You Grow More and More Continuously!
How Dare You,
You Are Definitely Looking Like You Know How to Locate Your Soul’s Solar System’s Pure Emotional Spectral Emissivical Intitistical Eternal Angelical Star Within Our Heavenly Kingdom’s Tree of Life and Love’s Breath The Fallen Abominations Call The Laniakea Supercluster!
Thank you for this on point video. Couldn’t agree with you more about the ploy to take down native American souverenty. Very perceptive. I knew this all along but you put it in a very well argued post .Nice!
She might be talking about the high cheekbones in her ass.
All my life (54 years) I’ve heard many folks boast about being “part Indian,” though some don’t even remotely look it.
It wasn’t until I was about 40 that I finally realized what the big hallaballoo of being “part Indian” was all about.
In Oklahoma if you have a shred of Indian blood you get all sorts of free stuff and your kids get several thousand dollars on their 18th birthday from the US taxpayers. That’s one reason folks allege Indian blood; however, I’ve heard folks boast on it from coast to coast.
I believe that since the Jews have demonized the white European race for so many years that folks want to feel a sense of a “right” to be here in the US and not feel like an evil, Indian murdering, land thieving, white European.
When I show some of my friends who claim Indian heritage a video of an Indian pow wow on JewTube and ask them which culture they would choose, they blush and quickly leap to their white European heritage.
I believe that any American who really is a cross breed between a colonial race and a tribal race, that watches a real video of a tribal people, from the Zulus to the American Indians to the Pacific Islanders would perhaps not be so quick to join the Jews in their persecution of the white European race.
1 minute ago
Take a look at all those pictures of SS troopers on tumblr. Look at all those high cheekbones!!
2 minutes ago
Great twist rev. To plausible to ignore, Liz as a agent provocateur taking out sovereignty? How and Who would benefit by this…hummm? Keeping an eye out watching trends n patterns now for shots n giggles. BTW respect your work very stimulating.
3 minutes ago
She’s not Indian, but she is a piece of shit. that counts to be a part of the turd tribe.
Patrick M Ryan
7 minutes ago
High Cheekbones and a Hippocampus .. Heap Powerful Senator .
10 minutes ago
She’s a senator from massachusetts, people of Massachusetts aren’t that smart
Black Matter Lives
11 minutes ago
Not ALL Indians have high cheekbones. Racist Stereotypical Bullshit!
11 minutes ago
Her case is reminiscent of that of a w0man named Dolezal, who denounced her parents, claiming to be black!
She maintained her Lie over many years, while advancing her career as a Bur0cRat, til finally found out.
My own Mom “had high cheekb0nes” t00, and both “my parents were real people”, but we didn’t claim to be Native American.
13 minutes ago
She even tries to talk like native Indian.
15 minutes ago
All her story signifies is deep racism in her family roots. “I’m cherokee because my grandparents were extremely and overly racist.”
Jorge A. Cano
16 minutes ago
She is another FAKE!
21 minutes ago (edited)
She is as Cherokee as Nikki Hayley is a Jewish Comnederate Indian Sikh. Worshiping who knows what at her husband’s Methodist church. My daughter did the test in 2 different times, it came with 2 different DNA’s results! Incredible both! My mother had high cheekbones, same as my great grandfather, though he came from Portugal. LOL! Mine come from the Basque region and my daughter is from his father a Greek man, from Greek ancestors, still DNA’s tests didn’t mentioned much of that! She used Ancestry.
27 minutes ago
Could you cover the jamal khashoggi story, people are going crazy about the Saudis but they’ve been killing people for years in Yemen
31 minutes ago
Aunt B from Mayberry and high cheek bones. That’s it, she’s Native American!!! Wait, I have high cheek bones. I better join a tribe soon!
37 minutes ago
She must of been absolutely convinced…or absolutely deceitful…sounds like she is trying to salvage her integrity…maybe we should kick her while shes down…I know jesus wouldn’t
41 minutes ago
According to DNA, all Whites and Asians have between 2% and 5% Neanderthal DNA. This is 10,000 times more Neanderthal DNA than Elizabeth Warren has Naive American DNA. This means we are all super minorities. We were genocided by Cro-Magnon and have been extinct for 50,000 years. We are the super victims.
43 minutes ago
God is a lover of the Truth! He hates liars…commandment #9
1 hour ago
Warren is just another example of a self-important, sociopath politician who inhabits the swamp in DC and helps comprise the criminal sludge. She is one of the most empty-headed and useless on Capitol Hill, always stating in 1,000 words what could easily be said in 5 or less.
1 hour ago
I love you Brother Nathanial you tell it like it really is using intellect and education and common sense.
2 hours ago
Remember, these are democrats… so, as she is a woman, she MUST be believed and any evidence to the contrary MUST be thrown out.
2 hours ago
Love your videos Brother Nathanael. Keep up the great work
I sent a request to Lew Rockwell twice to be interviewed on his site via his Podcast feature. Never heard back from him.
That’s okay ’cause the second tier establishment world isn’t ready for Brother Nathanael….YET.
They will be, even the first tier, when Jewish criminality and their perfidious actions will be common knowledge to all worldwide. (There is no realm of human concourse that the Jew has not laid his ruinous hands on.)
Wait for it, though it tarry, it will SURELY come. +bn
Expressing some measure of white self-hatred is practically mandatory today among Democrats.
I used to be one of these people years ago after years of being force-fed White Guilt from the Jewish media and academia, but wised up.
I’d like to also briefly touch on a different topic: Gavin McGuinnes’ men’s empowerment group, the “Proud Boys”, which he launched back in ‘16 or so (and which I am a member). There was a relatively minor incident involving them and Antifa in NYC on a Fri night over a week ago.
Antifa goons had vandalized and threatened a Republican Club and later stalked McGuiness at a speech he gave there. They created a stir again after the event, shouting “Nazi scum” and such to the Proud Boys and instigated an attack on a member. Some of the Proud Boys struck back but a few were arrested.
The Jewish newspapers, magazines and media outlets in the U.S., UK and Israel then immediately published articles denouncing Proud Boys and libeling the group as Nazis and white supremacists (which they aren’t), while portraying Antifa in a sympathetic light.
The Jews seem to fear McGuinness and the Proud Boys, as they’ve exploded in membership around the world, and some of their members take to the streets to counter Antifa’s actions.
They’re not explicitly a political group per se, but many men strong.
God bless you dear +BN, and thank you for a masterpiece of a Video.
You certainly have your finger on the pulse of America and keen radar for lighting up dark and hidden currents.
No one in the MSM and social media outside of Indian Country has brought up the issue of sovereign tribal self-government and law (and the constitutional ramifications) which are major ongoing legal, political, social, and cultural issues for the American Indian and Alaskan Native tribes that Pinocchiohontas raised with this latest stunt.
The most ironic thing about Pinocchiohontas’ academic career at Harvard is that Harvard was originally chartered as a Colonial English and Indian College back in 1650, the very same charter in effect today. From the very language of the charter, it was clear that the English and the Indians were two distinct nations living side by side.
“A cornerstone of Harvard, the first university in America, is Harvard Indian College. Harvard struggled financially soon after its 1636 inception.
“To support the faltering college, the English Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in New England (SPGNE) raised and granted funds for Indian education at Harvard. The College, in turn promised to waive tuition and provide housing for American Indian students. The founding Harvard Charter of 1650 manifests this promise and dedicates the institution to “the education of the English & Indian Youth of this Country in knowledge: and godliness.” https://www.peabody.harvard.edu/node/477
At no time did Warren, listing herself as a ‘Native American’ ever involve herself or participated in any academic and cultural events with Harvard Indian or Alaskan students, clubs and organizations such as the Harvard Native American Law Students Association or the Harvard University Native American Program, which I believe have been around for at least 25 years.
In going through some of the news concerning the reaction to Pinocchiohontas, liberal and conservative Native American leaders from Hawaii to Canada are denouncing her, Democrats are backing away in droves like Dizzy Lizzy has cooties, and it looks like Democracy Now is even throwing her under the bus.
Launching her Indian War against Trump right before the midterms turns out to have been an own-goal on the order of staking herself out on a red ant hill. Doubling down on stupid, “That’ll show Trump!”
I can’t remember where I read this now, but a clever witty commentator came up with this gem of a ditty:
Lizzie Warren took an ax,
And gave Native Americans 40 whacks.
When she saw what she had done,
She gave the Democrats 41.
The very sad thing is, Pinocchiohontas, a member of the middling millionaire wealthy political and academic class appears to actually believe her own delusion that she is a down-trodden American Indian.
I was struck most by her bellowing that she wouldn’t stand for Trump’s “racism,” but the charge doesn’t stick. How can the white man Trump be racist against the white woman Warren?
Despite his rude jabs at her, Trump wasn’t attacking Native Americans, he was needling her as a white woman attempting to pull off her trans-DNA trick.
Let’s all pray that Pinocchiohontas doesn’t get bitten by a mosquito because just like that her ‘Native American’ blood would be all sucked out to vanish forever.
Tomahawk-Wielding Elizabeth Warren Vows To Take Land Back From The Pale Faces
WASHINGTON, D.C.—After receiving confirmation that she was at least 1/1024th Native American, Elizabeth Warren has embraced her fractional identity.
Having gotten an authentic Native American outfit from a costume shop and armed herself with weapons she read on Wikipedia that a Native American might use — such as the tomahawk — Warren stood before a buffalo exhibit in the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian to give a speech to the assembled press.
“You pale faces have taken my land, and have angered the Great Spirit!” Warren announced as she glanced down at her book of Native American terms.
“This theft has angered my ancestors,” Warren continued, though it was unclear if “ancestors” referred to her parents Pauline and Donald or people further back along her family tree.
“You will return what is mine, or I will hit you with a wigwam.” She paused to look at her book again. “No, that’s not right.”
Not all Democrats have supported Warren’s new behavior. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer appeared at the event to chastise Warren. “With all the tight races going on, this is a distraction! Stop it!” Schumer said.
Warren was undeterred. “Quiet, pale face!” Warren yelled before firing a poorly aimed arrow at Schumer.
“Aieee! She’s gone 1/1024th savage!” Schumer shrieked before running away.
Warren was reportedly 1/1024th offended by the 1/1024th insult, which, if one does the math, makes it approximately 1/1,000,000th of an offense — a literal microaggression.
Warren and Schumer later apologized to each other and smoked a peace vape.
President Trump took Warren’s threat seriously, though, and was planning to assemble a cavalry to stop her. He’s reportedly looking for anyone who is at least 1/1024th a cowboy.
Okay, now back during the Kavanaugh hearings, I’m pretty sure the Democrats told us all that we must believe survivors, guilty until proven innocent and that we don’t need evidence, so I wonder what they are going to do with this:
Conflict of interest? Naw, don’t believe your lying eyes. DNA results are subject to a certain level of expert interpretation, and interpretations can be deliberately skewed, or not.
Bustamante, the Stanford University population geneticist who recently founded his “Bustamante Lab” at the Stanford University School of Medicine (certainly hungry for endowments and research money in the competitive world university research centers - the national publicity theoretically doesn’t hurt), would have no reason to be other than scientifically objective.
He’s also of Native Peruvian descent, which dovetails nicely with him using Columbian, Peruvian or Mexican DNA comparisons.
I wonder if he’s a Democrat, too?
Elizabeth Warren’s Ex-Husband Founded DNA Testing Company
Used firm’s business partner rather than commercial service to prove heritage
(Washington Examiner) Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s ex-husband co-founded a DNA testing company and wrote one of the first computer codes for making genetic comparisons.
Jim Warren’s career involved him in the kinds of genetic testing that Elizabeth Warren controversially invoked this month to prove that she had Native American ancestry.
One of the two other co-founders of his testing company, FamilyTreeDNA, has worked with Carlos Bustamante, the Stanford University geneticist who administered a DNA test at Elizabeth Warren’s request.
Bustamante, a Stanford University geneticist, conducted the test, which Elizabeth Warren used to respond to President Trump’s “Pocahontas” taunt and his mockery of her previous claim to be a Native American while a professor at Harvard Law School in the 1990s. Warren’s roll-out of the test results was widely seen as a sign that she is running for president in 2020.
Rather than using a commercial service to conduct her DNA test, Warren hired Bustamante, 43, who appears in the video explaining the test and in a scene in which the Massachusetts senator telephones his office and asks to speak with him.
V-DARE: MEMO FROM MIDDLE AMERICA: On My Fellow Okie Elizabeth Warren’s American Indian Pretensions—And In Memory Of Comanche Patriot David Yeagley
Speaking as Elizabeth Warren’s fellow Oklahoman—she was born in Oklahoma City in 1949—I know the type. Oklahoma (from the Choctaw for Red People), has plenty of white people who claim to be Indians and go on and on about it.
Some of them might have a small amount of Indian ancestry, but it certainly doesn’t affect their lifestyle, which is pretty much like all the other people in their social class.
Add this Oklahoma Indian-wannabe mentality to dogmatic Leftism and you’ve got Senator Warren—F- immigration grade from NumbersUSA, like every last one of her colleagues in the appalling Massachusetts congressional delegation.
Notoriously, the much-awaited results of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s DNA tests suggested the whopping total of her American Indian ancestry is some quantity between 1/64 and 1/1,024—a minuscule amount.
Maybe, as she claims, she never benefited professionally from her “Indian identity” (hard to prove or disprove) but she has definitely used it to raise her profile.
After all, you don’t hear her going on about her 99% white heritage, which seems to be mostly English.
But then, English ancestry is the least “exotic” ancestry you can have in the United States, which is why it’s grossly under-reported and under-estimated.
Another Oklahoma voice spoke out in criticism of supposed Cherokee Senator Warren: Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin, Jr. (photo at right, looks like he probably has more than 1/1024th American Indian DNA ):
“A DNA test is useless to determine tribal citizenship. Current DNA tests do not even distinguish whether a person’s ancestors were indigenous to North or South America.
“Sovereign tribal nations set their own legal requirements for citizenship, and while DNA tests can be used to determine lineage, such as paternity to an individual, it is not evidence for tribal affiliation.
“Using a DNA test to lay claim to any connection to the Cherokee Nation or any tribal nation, even vaguely, is inappropriate and wrong. It makes a mockery out of DNA tests and its legitimate uses while also dishonoring legitimate tribal governments and their citizens, whose ancestors are well documented and whose heritage is proven. Senator Warren is undermining tribal interests with her continued claims of tribal heritage.
Strong stuff. And not exactly the response Senator Warren was looking for when she was touting her Cherokee heritage.
Applicants for citizenship in Indian tribes have to prove descent from a particular ancestor on a historical tribal roll. And it’s not just generalized American Indian ancestry, but documented descent from a particular tribe.
In contrast, your typical Oklahoman, or indeed any American who claims Indian ancestry, is usually making pretty proud claims on some pretty vague evidence.
And, just to toss another factor into the fire, DNA expert Roberta Estes has pointed out that, since Asiatic tribes invaded Europe in the past, some Europeans (and thus, European-Americans) may have some DNA that can be confused with that of American Indians.
[Finding Native American Ethnic Results in Germanic People, DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy, May 21, 2014].
Just think—some white Americans who are ecstatic to find they have American Indian DNA might have actually found DNA they inherited from European ancestors who themselves inherited that Asiatic DNA upon the continent of Europe!
I assume that Warren really does have a small amount of American Indian (not necessarily Cherokee) DNA. So does Roberta Estes—although she says her own family had a similar tradition about a Cherokee ancestor, which also turned out to be unverifiable [Elizabeth Warren’s Native American DNA Results: What They Mean, DNAeXplained—Genetic Genealogy, October 16, 2018).
There are actually three federally-recognized Cherokee tribes in the U.S. And none of them accept Elizabeth Warren.
The three Cherokee tribes:
The largest, the previously-quoted Cherokee Nation (355,000 citizens), headquartered in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. To belong to that group, you must prove ancestry from a forebear on the Dawes Rolls (1898-1907, with some added in 1914). Elizabeth Warren can’t link herself to anyone on the Dawes Rolls.
Tahlequah is also the site of the headquarters of the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians (14,300 members), mostly descended from Cherokee who moved to Oklahoma before the Trail of Tears. This group has a one-quarter Cherokee blood requirement, much too high for Elizabeth Warren.
Back east is the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, mostly descended from Cherokee who did not travel west on the trail of Tears and remained in their homeland.
This group has over 16,000 citizens. To be enrolled in the Eastern Band, according to its website, you must be a direct descendant of an ancestor who appeared “on the 1924 Baker Roll of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians” and as far as blood quantum, one “must possess at least 1/16 degree of Eastern Cherokee blood”.
Note that it’s not just 1/16 Cherokee, but 1/16 Eastern Cherokee and a documented descendant of an ancestor on the 1924 roll. Furthermore, “No DNA/blood testing is performed or acceptable for this calculation.”
Granted, there were Cherokee who, for various reasons, did not get enrolled on those historical rolls, so their descendants can’t be in the tribes.
Maybe Elizabeth Warren’s ancestors were Cherokees who wanted to assimilate as whites. She doesn’t know.
Oh, but wait a minute. Elizabeth Warren also claims ancestry from the Delaware Indians.
There are three federally-recognized Delaware tribes:
Delaware Nation, headquartered in Anadarko, Oklahoma, minimum blood quantum 1/8th.
Delaware Tribe of Indians, headquartered in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, membership only open to those who descend from an ancestor on 1906 rolls.
Stockbridge-Munsee Community in Wisconsin.
But Elizabeth Warren isn’t a recognized member of any of these tribes either.
There are also three state-sponsored Delaware tribes, two in New Jersey and one in Delaware, and three Delaware tribes in Canada.
So there are nine Delaware tribes in North America. Elizabeth Warren isn’t a part of any of them.
Of course, American Indian identity, and especially the identity of a specific tribe, is not just about ancestry. It’s also about identity.
If a mostly-white “Indian” identifies as an Indian, and more specifically, as a member of an Indian tribe, shouldn’t he be active in tribal life? Shouldn’t he attend tribal functions and work to contribute to his people?
For example, the great John Ross (1790-1866) was the most famous Cherokee chief in American history.
He was only one-eighth Cherokee and 7/8th white (mostly Scottish, as Scottish traders married into the Cherokee tribe). But Ross identified as a Cherokee and served as the Principal Chief for many difficult years.
He resisted the forced relocation of the Cherokee from the Southeast to Oklahoma, but when it became inevitable he tried to make the best of it. He traveled the Trail of Tears with the other Cherokee and lost his first wife on that arduous journey.
Upon their arrival to what is now Oklahoma, Ross led the Cherokee in their successful attempt to make a new life for themselves there.
Later, Chief Ross had to deal with the Civil War, which divided the Cherokee people just as it did the whole country. Ross was a Unionist; his great rival Stand Watie (one quarter white) was a Confederate—in fact, the last Confederate general to surrender.
In other words, John Ross was only one-eighth Cherokee by blood, but he cast his lot with the Cherokee people and, for better or worse, went through what they went through. Ross was a real Cherokee.
Even Bill John Baker, current Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation, is only 1/32 Cherokee by blood.
Note that Elizabeth Warren and multitudes of other wannabe Indians have done nothing of the sort. They just think it sounds cool to call themselves Indian—a form of virtue-signaling. But their lifestyle is white.
People like Elizabeth Warren, In their great desire to join what Steve Sailer calls “The Flight from White,” are not helping real American Indian tribes, who do face many challenges.
Let me point out one of particular interest to VDARE.com readers:
American Indians are not helped by today’s mass immigration. Besides the ways in which it hurts Americans in general, many of today’s Latin American immigrants are of Latin American Indian extraction and are increasingly identifying as such.
Thus for the first time, the 2010 Census counted “indigenous immigrants”.
“Indigenous Immigrants”? Isn’t that a contradiction in terms? If they are immigrants, how can they be indigenous to our country?
In the results of the 2010 census, the grouping called “Mexican American Indian” (that’s cheating, as it lumps all Mexican tribes together) counted more individuals than any single American Indian Tribe except for the Navajo. (See here, page 18).
Indians from Latin America are not American Indians like the Cherokee, Delaware etc. Indians from Latin America are Latin American Indians. But how long until Mexican Indians start claiming same treaty rights as American Indian tribes?
After all, radical Latinos already say that that they have the right to cross the border.
That would hurt American Indians. But Elizabeth Warren supports the ongoing invasion which is going to impact all of us and put the traditional treaty rights of Indian tribe in jeopardy.
High cheekbones or not, that’s Senator Warren’s true legacy for American Indians—and for all Americans.
More than ever, I miss my late fellow VDARE.com contributor, Comanche immigration patriot David Yeagley. Rest in peace.
CODOH: Sad, Shocking News: Our Beloved Robert Faurisson Died today
First Published at Carolyn Yeager.net
By Carolyn Yeager
THE NEARLY 90-YEAR OLD LEGENDARY HOLOCAUST REVISIONIST is reported to have died instantly from a heart attack as he entered his home in Vichy, France after flying home from attending a revisionist gathering in Shepperton, England.