Anonymous, you contradict yourself. While you knew various state funded groups were excavating all the grounds so no building would be placed on ancestral burial grounds, were remains found that you know of, but the PBCI decided to build anyway? In those two years, do you also know if any committed members of the PBCI came to pay homage? Did you try and pay homage? Or, did you just sit in your office doing a job & not even practicing even miniscule rights of our forefathers? I've seen these ludicrous "must be jealous" posts floating even on the PBCI facebook page. The greatest embarrassment here is that the majority of the members of PBCI have no idea what it means to be a Creek descendant. With that being said, I pray the Ocmulgee Creek Nation of Oklahoma opens it's membership rolls to those who are true descendants of the Creek nation and left behind by those who hijacked Chief McGhee's movement to include rightful Creek descendants on the PBCI rolls. If that happens, the flocking to the Muscogee Creek nation will number into the 10's of thousands, if not 100's of thousands of true descendants of the Creek nation. I would personally thank the Creek Nation of Oklahoma if they changed their citizenship requirement, because being a current member of the PBCI seems like nothing but an embarrassment.
Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 14:51