The Struggle of the Lakota People Is Humanity’s Struggle

The Lakota people have taken an very important first step in regaining their sovereignty by establishing a lawful money and a non-fractional reserve banking system.  The establishment will ignore this, but it is the future of humanity.  A banking system for honest men and honest money. Those that understand the corrupting nature of money and those that it empowers, know that change is coming.  Those that are aware and prepared, through the Ultimate Exit Strategy, set about creating a sustainable and resonating community and create generational wealth.  The preparations and connections we are making today will be historically significant.

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10 comments to The Struggle of the Lakota People Is Humanity’s Struggle

  • Aaron

    I really love the idea of this bank. I have been tempted to open an account with them in the past but felt uneasy about it for what ever reason. Does anyone have any experience with this bank? I would love to hear if anyone else has considered using this bank or has done any of their own research on it.

    • Silver Shield

      I am going to open up an account with them next week.
      As with anything start slow and get familiar.
      It is the right thing to be doing.

      • Terry Bytes

        Odd how the Bitcoin conversation was all about Ponzi schemes, but this doesn’t raise that question at all. Unfortunately this web site has the least amount of useful information available about themselves on their website. Every goldbug website out there ask the same questions over and over that could be easily answered by a FAQ or even testamonials, reviews, etc out there.
        But nothing.
        I wish them luck.

  • CAJUN

    AARON, you can call 1-855-452-5682 talk with Eddie Allen. He can answer any questions that you might have. However, I noticed that Chris is going to open an account. Maybe he will be negotiating something for us??? This sounds like a good deal to me!

  • Dan

    Are they a for-profit or not-for-profit bank? That would make a big difference (comparable to Bank of America vs. your local credit union). Also their fee (one ounce of silver per month) seems high. Maybe the upfront commitment of 20 ounces is a better deal in the long run. Either way it looks like their hearts are in the right place, and your suggestion to start small is good.

  • Gareth

    I love the quote on their info page:

    “”Money is the barometer of a society’s virtue. When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion…when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing…when you see your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you…when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice…you may know that your society is doomed.” Ayn Rand.

    I’ve asked if they’re considering global operations :-)

  • Charles Mitchell

    I just opened an account and transferred 50 ounces of silver. If you lock in at least 20 ounces, there is no monthly fee. In 3 years, I will have over 60 ounces (3 year lock, 7.25% interest in silver, on 50 ounces)!

  • Any follow up from those who crated an account?

  • There’s more discussion over at Dump DC about this model of bank. I encourage you all to read that article as well here: http://dumpdc.wordpress.com/2012/09/26/secession-and-money/

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