“A spirit must join the rising sun, the new sweet land, and the Great void alone!. What is Silence? It is the Great Mystery! The Holy Silence is His voice!” – Charles Alexander (Ohiyesa) Eastman
But in a small town in rural Georgia; a man of stature was speaking with a very loud voice. A voice that reached far, and wide. He spoke of great things. Those things were: justice, liberty, identity, and the pursuit of happiness. But his voice disturbed many others. The residents of the town of Eatonton had an issue with intellectual northerners taking over their land, and possibly the city.
Putnam county, Georgia officials stated that the Americas are not a stranger to cults. But the original Native Americans would consider the European invaders of 1492 AD. a cult or sect. This was an attack on identity. A native American tribe that had a darker pigment, and owned over 400 acres of land was to much to bear for these local southerners. A mayor of New York claimed that this tribe was a blessing. But those of Georgia said that they were a nightmare. A nightmare that the state of Georgia, and the local residents of Eatonton wanted to end.
According to a local judge’s ruling an attempt to shut the tribe’s land development down was done by zoning violations in 1998. Although these violations were eventually settled many more attempts to remove this tribe from Georgia was looming. Some of the tribal members would say,” It’s all about our land. They want it back.”
In the words of the ex-president George Washington,
“When one side only of a story is heard, and often repeated; the human mind becomes impressed with it insensibly.”
LETTER TO EDMUND PENDLETON | THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1795
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