Sovereign Nations, Unrecognized Territories & UNPO

 

Many nations and tribes across the world have not forgotten the face of their fathers, reclaiming sovereignty and independence, discovering and exposing the state and its government for what it is, a foreign jurisdiction corporation. Some have been working on this feverishly for many years, having achieved some separation and recognition. Others are still in progress, whether previously surrendered like most of the ca. 560 tribes of America or not, whether treaties were signed and later disregarded, does not matter, since pretty much all governments are guilty of treason or act in complicity, no longer honouring any historical agreements, bills or charters.

The sovereign people of Hawaii, whose territory in fact was unlawfully annexed, confirmed by US president Clinton some decades ago, have negotiated to populate their own government, parallel to the US government. Considering the strategic importance of its location and military apparatus on the various islands, probably a notable compromise. If the people were to push for a complete secession, it would possibly end up in a bloody civil war.

Other nations pushing the envelope of freedom are :

Southern Cherokee Nation and Red Fire People

Most remarkable and thorough approach, driven by chief Usti and his people, seeking recognition amongst each other and from other peoples around the world. The danger they pose to the system became very evident when they tried to set up their own bank. A bank not only for standard banking transactions according to this SEC entry.

Or listen to the confusion at the board of assessors meeting, when discussing and rejecting, in the absence of any Southern Cherokee People, property tax exemption with regards to land donated to the people :

Yidinji Tribal Nation

The Aboriginal Provisional Government, “established on the principle that Aborigines are a sovereign people,” while not a micro-nation, issues (Ab)original passports and birth certificates, with Libya, Norway and Switzerland having accepted the documents, and the Australian government reluctantly allowing activists to re-enter using them.

The above is an excerpt from this article. Read more about Murrumu here, or listen to Peter Fisher of the Yidinji tribe :

Haudenosaunee

Historically the peoples of the six nations, although originally five, custodians of the north eastern region of what was to become America. Their confederacy strong over centuries and present at the dawn of modern USA. Issuing their own passports back in the 1920’s, successfully travelling abroad, although this came to an end or got suppressed by the corporate government, when the need to collateralize its registered citizens arose, due to the banking cartel’s orchestrated bankruptcy. Recently this customary right was rediscovered and exercised when a small delegation of sportsmen and women travelled to the UK for a tournament.

Squamish

The Squamish nation have been at the forefront engaging with the de facto quasi Canadian government for many years. Most prominently presented by chief Kiapilanoq and  Irene-Maus Gravenhorst, establishing their own de jure government, serving notices on foreign government institutions operating unlawfully on Squamish soil.

Terrania

Terrania is an alternative society offering travel documents other than corporate government ID and passports. A place where a living wo/man can record his or her private property outside the state registers. A modern tribe or nation, exploring pathways to navigate out of the forever more restraining, restricting and confining prison matrix.

 

 

UNPO (Unrepresented Nations & Peoples Organization)

Just a few words on UNPO, what seemed like another great idea or initiative back in the 80’s, highlighting discriminated and persecuted nations, probably also got usurped and infiltrated in no time, for there is a real danger to the status quo if and when people discover or recall their freedoms and inalienable rights.

Reading about UNPO on their website and on wikipedia, they tick all the right boxes, similar to the original UN charter or the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, telling us exactly what we want to hear, as in not to worry, this issue is taken care of, we got this covered. The truth couldn’t be further from the facts, because too much is at stake, to grant any nation complete sovereignty. This is merely another controlled opposition. Again, one of the best examples are the Southern Cherokee Nation and Red Fire People when setting up their own bank.

Further and more questionable, regarding UNPO’s objective, in 2015 the District of Colombia or Washington DC was admitted as a member, which for anyone who has done their research on who and what DC is, should be the final nail in the proverbial coffin for UNPO. Apparently the decision to accept DC was based on discriminatory voting rights of the residents in Washington DC.

Still, we see or hear about nations and people(s) seeking to become members of UNPO and/or obtain so-called ‘observer status’, as well as approaching the UN and its many forums, all claiming to assist native nations in their plight, but effectively only there to register and control any of the last remaining free people on earth, the ongoing effort to codify and eliminate anything customary.