Arabian Sights….. In my heart my thanksgiving is everyday. From the morning star to the moon and the stars…It is our duty to thank the great mystery for all that is. See we do not try to define the indefinable…the mysterious one, the great mystery. And the world that the great mystery provides for everyone [...]
Official document as to the independence of the Republic of Lakotah Please click the link to download full letter + signature page. ROL letter to President of the United States #2 (Internet Explorer – Right Click to SAVE TARGET AS and download) (Mozilla Firefox – Right Click to SAVE LINK AS and download) (Clicking on [...]
If a man or any nation outside the Five Nations shall obey the laws of the Great Peace (Kaianarekowa), and shall make this known to the statesmen of the League, they may trace back their roots to the Tree.
The financial surrealism which has been chairing stock market trends, financial indicators and political commentaries in the past two months, is in fact the swan song of the referential framework within which the world has lived since 1945.
Background: The Treaty of 1851 was proposed by the United States Government for the purpose of requesting a right-of-way so a road could be constructed through the Lakotah lands to newly discovered gold fields in Montana. The road was to become known as the “Bozeman Trail,” and the right-of-way was supposed to endure only as [...]
TREATY WITH THE SIOUX Treaties of Fort Laramie December 29, 2008 by admin (Edit) Treaty of Fort Laramie 1868 Lakotah Sioux Chief Red Cloud, fed up with the US policy of “treaties” to approve their agenda without living up to their end of the bargain, famously stated: “I have listened patiently to the promises of [...]
The first official contacts between Lakotah and the government of the United States of America began in earnest after the United States conducted a commercial transaction with France, commonly known as the Louisiana Purchase, in 1803.
In December of 2007, the Republic of Lakotah was formed by the formal withdrawal from its Treaties of 1851 and 1868. This was the latest step in the longest running legal battle in the history of the World.
Lakotah, formally and unilaterally withdraws from all agreements and treaties imposed by the United States Government on the Lakotah People.
The event, which is being billed as the Lakotah Freedom Fishing Day, is about much more than the three dollar admission fee or the seven dollar fishing license fee; it is about getting the South Dakota and United States governments to follow their own laws.