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Re: Majority Rules - Creek Nation
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hensci Mr. Eli Grayson
I beg the differ. There's a strong interest by the descendants of Muscogee (Creek) Freedmen here in Okmulgee, & getting stronger. Mr. Grayson, to every thing there is a season and a time for every purpose.
(Ecc.3:1-8)... This was neither the time nor the season, to stage some kind of organized effort to help educate the MCN citizens. I believe
there was 107 issues that had to be voted on at the convention. there main concerns was on that. I had written the MCN 3 times this year to educate our Nation about the treaty of 1866 & the Dawes Commission. MCN
turned me down all 3 times. I will be more than happy to fax the letters to Mrs. Walton-Raji, so that we all can see how the MCN & myself(Ron), corresponded with each other. And
believe me Mr. Grayson, the descendants of MC freedmen are to be found. Why haven't the opposition
noticed the treaty of 1866 & why they are not abiding by it? The descendant of the MC freedmen are here, and we very much care. Some attended the convention, but don't want anyone to know who & what they
really are. I went to the convention but was immediately told that "you got to have a card". There is one thing I do agree with you. The descendants of MC freedmen have to get off their "butt" and, not ??? fight, BUT "TO FIRST BE EDUCATED".
Folks, do not let Mr. Grayson's previous response discourage you. This was neither a huge disappointment, nor a setback. We simply got a long ways to go in the path,(Prov.3:5&6), we have to take. May I encourage everyone to continue to visit this forum and,www.thecreekfreedmen.com. May our CREATOR continue to Bless us...RON
II Cor. 5:7 always...
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