Mister Fandango wrote:
I guess Winston Churchill wasn't talking for his fellow countrymen. I mean, he starts off with "I have, myself..." thus, apparently, he couldn't have been, right? It doesn't matter if he referred to the rest of his people during parts of it, just as Cochise did during his. He said "I." It's all rendered moot. Apparently.
Churchill was the leader of his people and had the authority to set policy. If evidence is so important, then where is the evidence that Cochise is leader of all the Volm and has the authority to set policy for them? As far as I can tell Cochise is just a soldier leading a small group of scouts.