Calling the Nations to repentance- this website is for a mature public   The Verdict    Be Born Again

“When the white man came, we had the land and they had the Bibles, now they have the land and we have the Bibles.” -Dan George (1899-1920) Native American. Attributed; Quotationary, Leonard Loyd Frank

The Pope and Catholicism

"Western Democracy, as it functions today, is diluted Nazism or Fascism. At best it is merely a cloak to hide the Nazi and Fascist tendencies of imperialism." -Mohandas K. Gandi, 1940

 There is a Native American proverb that says, "It takes a thousand voices to tell a single story."

Remember Native Americans

  Indian Relief

  Empire Domination

"Imperialism refers to the practice of forming and maintaining as empire through military, political, or economic conquest. ... Although our nation was founded on the principles of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the story of how Native Americans were relentlessly forced to abandoned their homes and lands and move into Indian territories to make room for American states is a story of arrogance, greed, and raw military power. ... We have violated over three hundred treaties which we signed protecting the rights of American Indians." Secession, Thomas H. Naylor

 America in True Perspective 

  Declaration on the rights of Indiginous People

 Broken Walls Ministry


Educators of World Peace

The statue below honors Chief Greylock and all Indians indigenous to Vermont. Sculptor: Peter Wolf Toth. Purpose: To heighten the Nation's appreciation for its native-American citizens.  Located at Battery Park, Burlington, Vermont.

Pictured below is located in Punta Gorda, Florida



Display below is life-size. Located in Israel.



500 Nations - DVD



"... I am poor and naked, but I am the chief of the nation. We do not want riches but we do want to train our children right.  Riches would do us no good. We could not take them with us to the other world.  We do not want riches.  We want peace and love".  -Red Cloud, Sioux Chief; late 19th century



-Flint Tecumseh Eagle-

"We are not humans here to find a spiritual experience, we are spirits here to fulfill our human experience..."     -Source: poster personally autographed by F. T. Eagle

Tom had the privilege to meet briefly F. T. Eagle in person at the Listugui, Quebec 11th Annual Traditional Pow-Wow, August 1-3, 2003

Below: Tom's sacred ashes from Listugui Pow-Wow



Maka kin Wowahwa Un Kte- Translated from the Lakota Language to mean "Peace on Earth"

"Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect." - Chief Seattle, Suquuamish Tribe (1854).

"we-cho-nee" Lakota/Sioux language meaning "Life"
Wiconi International
Among the friends and staff of Wiconi International, our hope is to inspire in people a vision that the possibility exists to experience genuine hope and confidence for a better life in our broken world. As we seek to live and walk among the people “in a good way” by following the ways of Jesus-- affirming, respecting and embracing the God-given cultural realities of Native/Indigenous people, not rejecting or demonizing them, we believe we will bring words of hope and life!

AlgonquinWabanaki Sovereign Nation

Photo taken in Canada: 

    Chief Abrey Perley

(late) Grand Chief David Hill  a.k.a. Sly Wolf ;   United Nations Recognized, NGO

  Nation Flag


Chief Whitecloud, AKA Reynold >>> Choinere New Chief; Former Mayor of Newport, Vermont

 Sovereign Nation Article

Thomas Millington with Chief David visiting First Nations    


 It is written: "The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I [Jesus] have come that they may have life, and have it to the full." -John 10:10

 Five Hundred Years of Injustice

 According to the U.S. Department of State’s own website, “. . . the United States signed multiple treaties with Indian tribes which usually followed a basic pattern: the signatory tribe withdrew to a prescribed reservation and in return the Federal Government promised to provide supplies, food, and often an annuity. In 1830, Congress chose to disregard Indian treaty guarantees when it passed the Indian Removal Act..." -Navajo Relief Fund (2-8-13)

 The government tries to "Americanize the Indians- "The Indians, the first Americans, had once claimed all the North American continent as their own. By 1890 their conquerors had stripped them of most of their land and their freedom. They had also confined the Indians to reservations."  -Rise of the American Nation, page 426, HBJ  (Used in Brandon, Vermont Public High School)

The Interior, one of fifteen members of the Cabinet of the United States (Executive Department), "Promotes the sound use of natural and cultural resources; encourages and conducts scientific, especially environmental, research; works to protect the rights and improve the quality of life of the Native American communities." -The Book of Rule, How The World is Governed, DK

3-25-13 The sequester will impose cuts of 5 percent across the Indian Health Service, the modestly financed agency within the United States Department of Health and Human Services that provides basic health care to two million American Indians and native Alaskans. It is underfinanced for its mission and cannot tolerate more deprivation. ... Under a 1985 law that served as the model for the current sequester, annual cuts to appropriations for the Indian Health Service could not exceed 2 percent. -Original source: Alan L. Maki, Director of Organizing, Midwest Casino Workers Organizing Council, 58891 County Road 13, Warroad, Minnesota 56763, Primary E-mail:

"Imperialism refers to the practice of forming and maintaining as empire through military, political, or economic conquest. ... Although our nation was founded on the principles of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, the story of how Native Americans were relentlessly forced to abandoned their homes and lands and move into Indian territories to make room for American states is a story of arrogance, greed, and raw military power. ... We have violated over three hundred treaties which we signed protecting the rights of American Indians." Secession, Thomas H. Naylor


Thursday, August 20, 2009 Israel Today Staff

Israelis remind US of its land-grabbing past

A group of Israelis on Wednesday protested US President Barack Obama's demand for a Jewish settlement freeze by dressing up as Native Americans outside the US Embassy in Tel Aviv.

The protestors noted that not so long ago, the US seized land it has no prior connection to in order to expand its borders, while Obama is denying Jews the right to live on lands that form the very cradle of their civilization and faith.

To demonstrate the absurdity of Obama's position, the protestors carried signs insisting that the US surrender lands it stole from the Native Americans. They read:

"Three countries for three races"
"America, we understand you – understand us, too"
"Freeze building west of the Atlantic Ocean. Red-skinned American within 1492 border"

Organizers told Ynet they were unable to obtain a permit to hold a larger demonstration, but that many tourists and passersby saw what they were doing and joined in the protest.


Definition Oxymoron "A figure of speech in which contradictory ideas, etc. are combined" -Webster's New World Dictionary, 1990


"...handmaiden to military, economic, and spiritual genocide and domination; Centuries of papal bulls posited the supremacy of Christendom over all other beliefs... -Recovering The Sacred the Power of Naming and Claiming, Winona Laduke   

"Abandonment of early pacifist principles began at the conversion of Constantine from paganism to Christianity. He virtually made the church an agency of Roman State, and abandoning her anti-military convictions." -C. J. Cadoux, historian

The following is an excerpt of when the true Government and Church of Jesus Christ was first “hijacked” -VHS tape: The Reconciliation Walk, From Europe to Jerusalem (1999); Defusing the bitter Legacy of the Crusades... and lessons for today:

“In the 4th century [A.D.], an emperor of the Roman Empire by the name Constantine reported that one afternoon he fell into a trance and had a dream or a vision. He saw a great jewel encrusted cross. And he heard the words “conquer by this.” He awoke from his dream He called his generals and his goldsmiths together and he ordered them all to take their ceremonial spears and to make crosses of them and then to go out to battle with this cross at the head. Of course, in one day he completely subverted the meaning of the cross. But he went on from there with his empire to seduce the "church" with power. The one thing that persecution and even martyrdom that had been the mark of the Church since its inception was unable to do, he did with power. The laws which the State used to persecute Christianity were now used by the “church” to persecute all others.  And so the stage was set for on going centuries of abusive power by something called the “church”. From then on the virus of human power has affected the Church [of Yeshua/ Christ Jesus]. But today it seems that somehow God, by His Spirit, is drawing millions people back to centrality of Jesus Christ. His example, and his teachings.” 

Compare:   True Religion   Antichrist Defined  

“History has shown, that rather than serving as a force of peace, “religions have served to foment (instigate) scores of horrendous and bloody wars,’ and religious leaders who have ordered their followers, in the name of religion, to kill indiscriminately, ‘have done so by hijacking and distorting the religions in whose name they speak.’” – Israel Singer; World Jewish Congress, Report/Fall 2005, page 7

The Algonquin Wabanaki Sovereign Nation's summer activities of 2003 included a sacred peace pipe ceremony in Newport, Vermont. Present was the AWSN Council members, special friends, and Hon. Dr. Pierre Fournier, H. E. Ambassador At Large for Indian Peoples in Americas. Dr. Fournier was the last living member of the League of Nations [1920-1946] which preceded the United Nations. (Pierre Fournier passed away in 2006.) Thomas Millington, Ambassador partook of this sacred peace ceremony. In conversation prior to the ceremony, it was made known to Dr. Fournier that I, Tom, was a Christian.  Despite the fact that Dr. Fournier's  grandfather was killed by a "Christian", the ceremony came to pass for good!  (Note- the word Christian is in quotations imputing that it was not a true Christian walking in the love of Christ Jesus, but instead a misguided person.


Call for Unification of all Sovereign Indigenous Nations of Turtle Island

 Indian Prayer
     Oh father, whose voice I hear in the winds and whose breath gives life to all the world, hear me.  I am a man before you, one of your many children.  I am small and weak.  I need your strength and wisdom.  Let me walk in beauty, and make my eyes behold the red and purple sunset. Make my hands respect the things you have made.  My ears sharp to hear your voice.  Make me wise, so that I may know the things you have taught my people, the lessons you have hidden in every leaf and rock. I seek strength, father- not to be superior to my brothers, but to be able to fight my greatest enemy, myself.  Make me ever ready to come to you with clean hands and straight eye so that when life fades as the fading sunset, my spirit may come to you without shame.  -Tom Whitecloud

Morning Sun, a Cherokee Indian

"Native American values present strong ties to the same teachings modeled for us in the life of Jesus Christ- revealing the presence of the Spirit in all things."  St. Labre Indian School

Choosing the Creator's Path >

Kelsey Begaye, a committed Christian, and elected Navajo President 1998, declared: "This administration firmly believes in strengthening family values; [it] does not support gaming on the reservation."  Indian casinos within the American gambling industry is the fastest-growing segment.

  "The colors of this Native cross, along with the words, "Christ's Kingdom. Every Native American Nation.", communicate the focus of the Lutheran Association of Missionaries & Pilots U.S. to bring the life-changing Gospel of Jesus Christ to people of all races- red, yellow, black and white.


The following are excerpts taken from a (retired) Otter Valley High
School (Vermont) book entitled Rise of the American Nation:

The whole world owes much to the Indians and their cultures.  In
Agriculture alone the Indians' contributions have been priceless.

The Native American Indians had learned to live in harmony with their
environment.  They lived on and with the land without polluting it and
without exhausting its resources.   They had, as John Collier expressed
it in his book Indians of the Americas, a "reverence and passion for the
earth and its web of life."

The colonists and the Indians also had different ideas about land and
property.  The colonists acquired Indian lands by purchase, by treaty,
and, at times, by fraud and by force.

The Georgia legislature passed a law stating that Cherokee laws and
treaty rights were null and void- that is, of no effect.

Such colonists believed that it was important to draw them away from
their own religious beliefs and convert them to Christianity.

Indian policy.  When (President) Jackson left the White House, the first
major Indian removals had been largely carried out.... "TRAIL OF TEARS".

From the day the Europeans first invaded their land, the American
Indians were forced to battle for sheer survival.  A century ago they
made their last desperate stand against the United States Army on the
Great Plans.         

Indians. The medals-given on behalf of presidents of the United States and emblazoned with the message "Peace and Friendship"- are also testimony to the promises to the tribes that were broken.  "It might have been peace and friendship for a while," Hoptowit said. "Then all the cheating and lying began."  ...  But they were nothing less than tokens of lies," said Jeff Van Pelt. -Rutland Herald, Sunday July 20, 2003

The movie 'I Will Fight No More Forever' is a reenactment accurately
portraying the plight of the Nez Perce in their 1700 mile, 108 day
fighting retreat.

The same evil mentality is present today (year 2010) in Vermont as it
was in 1725... As an Ambassador for Christ, I expose corruption in
governments.  Take for instance Brattleboro, Vermont that was so named
by King George II after William Brattle Jr. who was a colonel in the
King's militia, a lawyer, legislator, doctor, and a preacher.  Let's get
it straight!  No one preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ could be
killing and "loving thy neighbor as thyself" simultaneously.

Legislating  and a Lawyer too?- ( read woe in Luke 11:46, 52) when the
Holy Scriptures declare that there is only One Lawgiver and One Judge
(Christ Jesus).  These people are NOT read, and by their actions bear
false witness to the teachings of Christ Jesus.  This is true to the
definition of a hypocrite.  To top it off on this example, William
Brattle Jr. never even set foot in the Town named after him!

"When the white man stops insisting that the Indian adhere to his ways and allows us to live as Indians, the Indian problem will be solved." -John Stevens, Passamaquoddy Tribal Governor

"The Indians survived our open intention of wiping them out, and since the tide turned they have even weathered our good intentions toward them, which can be much more deadly." -John Steinbeck, from America and Americans

An article entitled "In the Beginning: The First Stars" it made clear that "The full moon on March 18 was called the Sap Moon by Vermont's first inhabitants, the Abenaki."  Source: Addison Eagle March 6-12, page 11;Written by  Louis Varricchio- "He was a NASA science writer and freelance science reporter for Public Radio International"

More to come. The "authorities" at the Capital
of the State of Vermont continue to oppress the natives.  State of Vermont is making it impossible for natives to put "Native" labels on their handiwork for market. Sigh! For other sinful/corrupt activities in Vermont Government go to Vermont de facto government


Restoration and Healing




One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people.


He said, "My son, the battle is between two wolves inside us all.

"One is Evil -  It is anger, envy, jealousy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity,
guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.

"The other is Good -  It is joy, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence,
empathy, generosity, truth, compassion and faith."

The grandson thought about it for a minute and then asked his grandfather:
"Which wolf wins?"

The old Cherokee simply replied, "The one you feed."



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 "Ta'n tlipgije'g sipu pimitg mjijagamijnew melgignatew"

Translated: " As long as the water flows our spirit will be strong"