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Offline CulturedFool

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Free Lakota Bank
« on: August 20, 2012, 03:30:16 PM »
I did a search and found an older thread asking about this but no one had any concrete details.  My question is whether anybody has had any personal experience with the Free Lakota Bank? 

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Re: Free Lakota Bank
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2012, 12:00:33 PM »
ahh... the sound of silence speaks volumes.

Here is what I have been able to worm and glean from the information I can find about the Free Lakota bank. Canupa Gluha Mani (Duane Martin Sr.) is its front man.  That’s it.

Now you can do a google search on him and find a good bit of information. Most of it will tell you he is a radical, maybe even a little bit of a militant radical.

Now this may or may not impress the hell out of you on a political front. I’ll admit I’m a little fascinated by the guy. But what it doesn’t tell you is that this guy would make a great bank administrator.

(Everything from this point on is pure conjecture on my part)

If you haven’t already guessed, there is a lot of secrecy surrounding the FLB.  It is only to be expected.  You are dealing with an organization born from a culture/nation that is paranoid that the country, in witch it exists and is surrounded by, will at any moment turn around and bash it… again.  After all, it has over a hundred years of history by which to go by; in which this has been the norm, not the exception.

So here you are maybe a little paranoid yourself and wondering about this seemingly good idea.  The fact of the matter is that no matter what Rob Grey says, what the FLB is doing is untested ice and maybe dangerous as hell.  It may also be the ultimate loop hole, but are most of us too paranoid to go through with trying it? 

But here’s another thing you should ask yourself, would anyone here be willing to admit they have an account with the FLB.  It’s is supposed to be a nearly anonymous account. No names, addresses or SS#.  If anyone responded to you and said, “Hey, these guys are….,” it’s tantamount to admitting that they have an account.  Thus, a big part of the reason for having the account in the first place is … poof... gone!