Vampyre Nation Gets Indian History and Law All Wrong … Unsurprisingly

Here’s a very silly complaint (via ATL and Trent) filed by the Vampyre Nation, something I suspect would be subject to a Rule 11 sanction. Of note, on the last paragraph of page 5, the “Nation” asserts as “precedence” for their claim to sovereignty federal Indian law:

The American Indians have their own Reservations and land supplied to them by the U.S., as well as their own laws and government (even though the Indians sided with the British Government against American Founding Fathers during the American Revolutionary War);

While I personally have nothing against the Vampyre Nation, I wonder how it is that the complaint can seem both innocently ignorant of basic Indian affairs while at the same time sound crazily patriotic, like those old Michigan Militia guys. Hmmm…I smell tax protesters….

One thought on “Vampyre Nation Gets Indian History and Law All Wrong … Unsurprisingly

  1. Tim February 27, 2009 / 3:09 pm

    Apparently, there is supposed to be a funny documentary about Sharkey called “Impaled: Painfully Blunt!”

    I’m not positive, but I think it leads up to his crazy Vampyre Nation crap.

    If it’s anything as good as the crap I’m reading in the news, I can’t wait for it to come out.

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