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Friday, November 28, 2008

Free Lakota Bank

Well, this is something new under the sun! I wish the Lakotah people well in breaking away from the failed system of broken treaties and cheats that has been their lot since Europeans first arrived here. All my relations - Mitakuye Oyasin.

QUOTE With the launch of the Free Lakota Bank, The Free & Independent Nation of Lakota has launched a frontal assault on Wall Street, The Fed, and International Bankers.
Native Americans are historically known for their strong spirit, patience, and stealth, not to mention their very advanced war making strategies. The launch of this banking concept seems to display all of these characteristics in spades.
While The Free & Independent Nation of Lakota’s formal secession from the United States passed last year with little comment or reaction, this latest development will likely raise many eyebrows around the world. Ultimately, official reactions will be based on how individuals and markets respond to the offerings of their bank.
The Free Lakota Bank has well-baited its hook by the sheer elegance of their banking model, some features being
1. Only Gold or Silver Holdings, but with a preliminary period where they will accept Federal Reserve Notes and convert them to metal.
2. Completely Anonymous – No names or Social Security Numbers attached to accounts.
3. Two-Tiered Security – SSL Online username, using a strong keystroke encryption program; followed by an automatic phone call for the user to enter a PIN number.

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