HOW DOES THE UNITED NUWAUPIAN NATION OWN GEORGIA, ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI ???
Because of the this
TREATIES AND TREATY FRAUD PERFORMED BY THE UNITED STATES AND THE STATE OF GEORGIA
THE FRAUD PERFORMED AGAINST THE NUWAUPIAN ‘MUSCHOGEE’ NATION
Section V of IX
The duplicity of fraud, corruption and coercion of a representatives of a State treaty. The military, economic and political coercion by the threat and use of force by the State of Georgia and the United States against the Muschogee Nation, inter alia, for the procuration of treatise, our claims of nullification and vitiation of fraudulent treaties.
The Muschogee nation as a sovereign having superior powers as a state to exercise rights to treatise has held this position with European settlers and has been recognized since their arrival at Yamacraw bluff in 1733. The regulation of treaties between the Muschogee nation (Creek) and the United States when applying the doctrine of the inter-temporal law leads us to the practiced norms between nations at the remote time is in reference in of this missive section V (1790-1832). For legal this legal principle to be affective one would have to undoubtedly refer to Emer Vattels ‘Laws of Nations’ in application of that doctrine. Within the bounds of the book and the appearance of ‘Droit de Gens’ became established as the most important work in international law in the eighteenth century to emerge. The United States adopted defenses of violations against the ‘Law of Nations’ into the framework of its constitution, declared the ‘Law of Nations’ as the law of the land that the United States was bound by proclaiming that even its federal law ‘ought never to be construed to violate the law of nations’ Early colonial attorney generals and characters such as Thomas Jefferson and Anthony Hamilton understood that the ‘Law of Nations’ became apart of the early colonial law, and common law. It remains clear that the norms of nations regulating early foreign policies inclusive of treaty making in international law was indeed governed by the rules and principles ‘law of nations’. For purposes of legal practicality this section when referencing to the international norms governing ‘Treaty Law’ at the conclusion of treaties in question the application of the doctrine of inter-temporal in principle should apply and we are inclined at times to revert to the expressed law within the ‘Law of Nations’, specifically Book II: Nations in Relation to Other States, Ch. XII ‘Of Treaties of Alliance, and other public Treaties.
The legal view of the United States and the State of Georgia towards our indigenous nation will be determined in fact and in law that the status our nation as an international personality, a superior power remains evident today by the public treaties between the United States and the Muschogee nation. In defining a ‘treaty’ by definition as it applied in the time of reference, a treaty is:
‘..in Latin ‘foedus, is a compact made with a view to the public welfare by the superior power, either for perpetuity, or for a considerable time.’
According to the Book II, Ch. XII, ‘Law of Nations’ § 154. Treaties can only be made by
‘…by the superior powers, by sovereigns who contract in the name of the state. Thus conventions made between sovereigns respecting their own private affairs, and those between a sovereign and a private person, are not public treaties.’
The relevant definition and various elements of a ‘treaty’ in international law peremptory norms are reflected in the Vienna convention on the Law of Treaties, Vol. I, and II:
‘A Treaty, as an international act, is governed by international law’
Sir Hersch Lauterpauacht adopted this clear-cut opinion defining a treaty:
‘It is not the subjection of an agreement to international law which makes it a treaty. It is its quality as a treaty which causes it to be regulated by international law.’
Which for the purposes of the subject matter in this section, past and present relevant scopes of international treaty law will be cited and referenced considering the existence of the legal of effects of constituent elements of treaty fraud, corruption and coercion, inter alia, breaching’s and violations in various forms by the United States are still in force.
Based on the ex injuria jus non oritur principle, (Law does not arrive from Injustices), treaties concluded under coercion, corruption and fraud implies that nothing prevents the United Nuwaupian nation from invalidating the treaties concluded by way of these violations of rules of international law that existed at that time of the conclusion of such treaties. Thus the doctrine of ‘Inter-temporal’ law will be applied throughout this section as none of the treaties in reference in this section of treaties defective of consent, were contracted after the entry of force of the Vienna convention of ‘Law of Treaties’ in 1968 or 1986.
The examination of the various treaties in this section cannot be expounded up without the layout of rudimentary facts surrounding the corrupt and nefarious methods of systematic colonial procuration of these indigenous lands. The characters and their intent to deceive and coerce our nations representatives through the threat of force for signatory of these ‘treaties’ of massive lands cession have particular things in common. Most notably, is the bloodline and descendant of the settling Europeans within the early colonizing years that staged strategic methods to mix into the tribes of certain ethnic groups in areas where immigrants first settled. These two dominant clans and their immigrating family descendants will be the focal point regarding the treaty misrepresentation and fraud, lets examine.
With the immigration and settling of colonist on Muschogee territory there was a host of undesirables settling with the state of mind of loyalty to King George. Between 1735 and 1748 hundreds of young men and their families emigrated from the Scottish Highlands to Muschogee territory coast to settle and protect the new British colony. 
King George III
The trustees of the colony and military governor James Oglethorpe wanted settlers who were accustomed to hardship; militant in nature, and willing to become frontier farmer-soldiers, recruited these men. In this respect, the ‘Highlanders’ fit the bill perfectly through training and tradition. The invitation of the McIntosh ‘clan’ of Scottish highlanders and the sending of rebel prisoners of the McGillivray clan in 1776 began to serve two purposes for the trustees. One, the recruitment and settling the Scottish Highlanders as the first line of defense on the southern frontier in Georgia was an important decision on the part of the trustees and crucial for the survival of the colony.Two, the colonist Georgians being in deep conspiracy to extinguish right to our territory used these immigrating families to begin procure territories from the Muschogee nation through genocide and ethnocide, or as this section reflects the claiming of authority to cede millions of acres of land illegally through corrupt, coercion or misrepresentation all acts intended to subjugate this nation to foreign colonial rule. The members of the Clan of Chattan, meaning ‘Clan of Cats’, of the highlanders of Scotland, the McIntosh Clan and McGillivray clan these were original clan members descendants of a 13th century chief named ‘Gilli Mor’ or ‘Gille chattan Mor’. The McIntosh and McGillivray were apart of original member clans under the confederation of ‘St. Chattan’.
Scottish Highlands (McIntosh Clan)
List of Mackintosh clansmen: George McIntosh, b. 1715 Scotland m. Ann Houston (1723-10/22/1833); Margaret McIntosh, b. 1717 Scotland; John Mackintosh, b. 1726 Scotland; William McIntosh, b. 1725 Scotland, Colonel; Colonel James Simmons McIntosh, b. 6/19/1787; Lachland Macintosh, b. 3/5/1727 b. Badenoch, Scotland, d. 2/20/1806 d. 2/20/1806 at Savannah; George Macintosh and Hampton Macintosh b. 1788; Catherine McCauley Macintosh; Esther Macintosh d 2/15/1794; Major William Mackintosh d. 5/1/1794; Sally Mackintosh, b. 1792; George Baillie Macintosh et al
Usually the head of the clan was held by a McIntosh, the name McIntosh is derived in the following manner, Mac-on-toisich means son of the ‘Chief of Thane’, becoming changed and ‘polished’ being spoken in the English. John McIntosh immigrated to the colonies with his parents and settled in what has always been known as ‘Al-tama-ha’ of ‘Tama-Re’, but what was now called New Inverness later called Darien, near Savannah. The Muschogee nation was the principle home site for this family until John and his wife took up a fraudulent land grant on the Tombigbee River in our western areas near our Alabama tribes now what is called the state of Alabama. Another conspirator of the fraud and corruption is George McIntosh Troup b. in 1745, cousin to William McIntosh who was born on what became known as McIntosh bluff and became future governor of Georgia helping to complete the conspiratorial work that began upon the settlement of the McIntosh and McGillivray clans, by pushing for Muschogee nation removal and occupation to its territorial lands.
The early activities of the early clans consisted mainly of fighting to keep the lands they claimed, one fight or war after another and such a parallel as these Scotts mixed blood ancestors had to continue these acts later on the territory of the Muskogee nation for survival and the scheming to marry the natives either by force or coercion at the same time gaining financial advantageous positioning for the monopolization of trade with our nation eventually to presume control of trade for the eventual economic destruction of our internal institutions. The McIntosh and McGillivray clans strategically placed themselves in positions to infiltrate the Muscogee Creek Nation, by either marriage into the clans (Senoya, Senoia, Senoy wind Clan, consummation with John McIntosh birthed the self-proclaimed Head Chief of the Creeks by the name of William McIntosh) in order to claim rights to our resources, and claim rights as a national. The settlers overstood that the ‘doctrine of discovery’ was unacceptable to our nation, and only the methods of such large land procuration’s was to induce ‘treaties’ defective of consent……….
This historical facts are well hidden in the bowels of UGA and other fraudulent activities performed by these entities. The Nuwaupian tribal nation has detected these fraudulent activities and us as indigenous peoples overstand our rights and position within the international community. These are historical documents that have been researched and uncovered and will be continued in further weekly articles containing out-formation that validates our position as of true entitlement the Muschogee Yamassee Nuwaupian tribal nation……
Stay tuned for The Classic Yazoo Land Fraud
 Emer Vattel the Book II, Ch. XII, ‘Law of Nations’ § 154
, Law of Nations, Emer Vattel, Author’s note Edited and with an Introduction by Bela Kapossy and Richard Whatmore)
 U.S. CONST. art. I; § 8.
 The Nereide, 13 U.S. (9 Cranch) 388, 423 (1815).
 Murray v. The Schooner Charming Betsy, 6 U.S. (2 Cranch) 64, 118 (1804).
 “Essentially a part of the law of the land.” 1 Op. Att’y Gen. 26, 27 (1792).
 William Michael Treanor, Judicial Review Before Marbury, 58 STAN. L. REV. 455, 480-481 (2005).
 Between 1790 and 1832 allegedly eleven treaties were contracted by the United States by various means, of which the ones of the most defective and destructive to the Muschogee (Creek) nation will be examined.
 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, Vol. I-II (Olivier Corten, Pierre Klien) 1969 Vienna Convention, Article 2, Use of Terms, B. Terms contained in paragraph 1 of Article 2, Object 19. ‘A Treaty, as an international act, is governed by international law’ (1969 Vienna Convention, Article 2, paragraph 1 (a)
 YILC, 1953, vol. II, p. 100
 The Convention was adopted on 22 May 1969 and opened for signature on 23 May 1969 by the United Nations Conference on the Law of Treaties. The Conference was convened pursuant to General Assembly resolutions 2166 (XXI) of 5 December 1966 and 2287 (XXII) of 6 December 1967. The Conference held two sessions, both at the Neue Hofburg in Vienna, the first session from 26 March to 24 May 1968 and the second session from 9 April to 22 May 1969. In addition to the Convention, the Conference adopted the Final Act and certain declarations and resolutions, which are annexed to that Act. Entry into force on 27 January 1980, in accordance with Article 84(1). Official Publication in United Nations, Treaty Series, vol. 1155, p.331.
 ‘John Mor Mackintosh Jr., immigrant settler Chief of the McIntosh clan in Darien b. 1699 in Kingussie, Scotland. The Clan came to America with the Scottish highlander under direction of General Oglethorpe in 1736 to erect a fort south of Savannah, to fight the Spanish. The family had recently suffered at the hands of the English in Jacobite Rebellion of 1715.’ With the Mackintosh estates confiscated, John Mor Mackintosh, chieftain, sought refuge at the Altamaha River in Yamassee lands ‘York’ Clan in Muschogee territory, which he called ‘New Iverness”, now Darien, after their homeland. List of Mackintosh clansmen: George McIntosh, b. 1715 Scotland m. Ann Houston (1723-10/22/1833); Margaret McIntosh, b. 1717 Scotland; John Mackintosh, b. 1726 Scotland; William McIntosh, b. 1725 Scotland, Colonel; Colonel James Simmons McIntosh, b. 6/19/1787; Lachland Macintosh, b. 3/5/1727 b. Badenoch, Scotland, d. 2/20/1806 d. 2/20/1806 at Savannah; George Macintosh and Hampton Macintosh b. 1788; Catherine McCauley Macintosh; Esther Macintosh d 2/15/1794; Major William Mackintosh d. 5/1/1794; Sally Mackintosh, b. 1792; George Baillie Macintosh et al.
 Original Clan members were consisted of McIntosh (direct forms of colonialism evident in the name McIntosh County Ga. named after these clans, subjugating the Muschogee nation to its colonial governments), Farquhaurson, Shaw, McThomas, McPherson, Cattanachs, McGillivray, McLean, McBain, McQueen, Davidson, McPhail, McAndrew, Gow, Clark, McIntyre (direct forms of colonialism evident in the name McIntyre, Ga subjugating the Muschogee nation to its colonial state), Crerar, Gillspie, Gillies, Noble, Ritchie, McHardy and McKilligin. Amos Wright Jr, The McGillivray and McIntosh Traders on the Old Southwest Frontiers, 1716-1815 (. (February 1, 2007) Ch., 1-2
 ‘Chief William McIntosh’, Chapter XII, the Known Descendants of Chief William McIntosh, Ch. II, the Scottish Ancestry of Chief McIntosh and Clan Chattan History; Anthony W. Parker Scottish Highlanders in Colonial Georgia: The Recruitment, Emigration, and Settlement at Darien, 1735–1748
 John Mackintosh had a grandniece that married George Troop who had Governor George McIntosh Troup of Georgia and the family of Governor. Georgia Governor Troup in 1819 and 1821 made two unsuccessful attempts to run for the Georgia governorship; in 1823 he tried again and was successful. Ushering in forces for ‘Indian Removal’ began to place pressure upon William McIntosh his cousin to procure lands through fraud. Lindsay G. Robertson, Conquest by Law: How the Discovery of American disposed Indigenous Peoples of their Lands (2005); refer to the ‘Treaty of Indian Springs’ pg. 65 and 66 of this sec.;
 Amos J. Wright Jr, The McGillivray and the McIntosh: Traders on The Old South West Frontier 1716-1815 (2007) pg. 193-203.
 Supra note 104 and 196