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This is Our Land

PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 3:43 pm
by treeman

We, the English, are a native people - an indigenous (aboriginal) people of the British Isles. As such, we have an inalienable right to self determination for ourselves, within our ancient homeland. A native entitlement includes (but is not limited to): to hold, and to be in occupation of an ancient land; to wisely determine a sustainable social and economic path; to be free from ideological or theological tyranny, coercion, or threat; to build upon an ancient cultural heritage; and to enjoy and celebrate a sense of nationhood.

As an island people, our history has been bedevilled by the import of beliefs and values that are totally foreign to our customs and traditions. Our claims are therefore not based upon any false doctrine, but on the actuality of our ancestry, and an inalienable rights as Freemen and Freewomen of The land . We therefore assert a natural right to protect and promote the interests of ourselves as 'a people'.

Re: This is Our Land

PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 6:50 pm
by Dreadlock
Well said.

I'd be careful with that word "aboriginal" though.

Normal - abnormal
use - abuse
original - aboriginal

So what does "ab" mean? I'm an original Englishman, a native, not an aboriginal.

Re: This is Our Land

PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 7:40 pm
by treeman
Blacks Law Dictionary, ab (latin) meaning- from, by, of.

Re: This is Our Land

PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 10:01 am
by Dreadlock

Has a more complete definition. Particularly:

Etymology 1

From Old English æf, from Latin ab-, from Ancient Greek ἀπό (apó, “from”), from Sanskrit अप (ápa, “away”) [1].
See Proto-Indo-European *apo-.



1. (non-productive) From

2. (non-productive) Away from; outside of.
abnormal, abaxial.

As you can see the second definition applies to words such as:

abnormal - away from the normal
abuse - outside of [normal] use
aboriginal - away from or outside of the original

Re: This is Our Land

PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 10:36 am
by Dreadlock
Also from Webster's 1828:

AB, a prefix to words of Latin origin, and a
Latin preposition, as in abscond, is the
Greek arco, and the Eng. of, Ger. ab, D. af,
Sw. Dan. af, written in ancient Latin af.
It denotes from, separating or departure.

The origins of the word "from" is very interesting:

FROM, prep. [Sax.fram, from ; Goth.fram
In Swedish, it signifies before or forward, but its sense is, past or gone, for framling is a stranger, and framga is to go out, to depart.
Dan. frem, whence fremmer, to forward, to promote, fremmed, strange, fremkommer, to come forth or out;
G. fremd, strange, foreign ;

As you can see the German "fremd" actually means strange or foreign! The Danish "fremmed" is similar.

The word "aboriginal" is used in courts to get native people to claim that they are not native.

native American, "I'm a native! Your laws do not apply to me. My people have their own laws!" [true the court has no jurisdiction]
judge, "So you are claiming to be an aboriginal?"
native American, "Yes! I'm an aboriginal!" [Oh dear! Now the court has jurisdiction]

The native just screwed himself and now the judge can use the full force of statute against the native, leaving the poor indian wondering wtf just happened.

Re: This is Our Land

PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 1:12 pm
by treeman
Thank you Dreadlock for the informative breakdown :yes: