Must a Native-American recognize the right of the United States of America to 

Interesting question. The USA was established by Europeans who invaded a 
continent that did not belong to them, eradicated most of the indigenous 
population (the "Red Indians") in a prolonged campaign of genocide, and 
exploited the labor of millions of slaves who had been brutally torn from their 
lives in Africa. Not to mention what is going on today. Must a 
Native-American--or indeed anybody at all--recognize the right of such a state 
to exist?

But nobody raises the question. The United States does not give a damn if 
anybody recognizes its right to exist or not. It does not demand this from the 
countries with which it maintains relations.

Why? Because this is a ridiculous demand to start with.

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