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Anyone hear of these people out of North Carolina?
There has been alot about this woman in our news

The Four Direction Network?
Naomi Archer is a global justice organizer and spiritual activist from Asheville, NC
working for the Common Ground relief effort in the Algiers neighborhood of
New Orleans. Blog at'hijacked'_organization

Naomi Archer is the weaver of lies and deceit."

Lakota Freedom Delegation member and longtime activist Phyllis Young released this statement today about the hijacking.

"Please share this information. Lakota was the website established for the original delegation. It was paid for by Russell Means and established at his direction. Naomi Archer was the website coordinator. Upon the delegations return from Washington, D.C., Naomi was concerned about the funding, the integrity of the delegation and began to issue directives to the delegation to the media through Lakota Since decisions by Lakota are made by consensus and none of us were contacted by Naomi, Russell Means assumed control of the website and changed it to Republic of Lakota. "

"Naomi Archer created her own website,calling it Lakota Oyate(people). She intensified her questioning of Means' integrity and did not want money or funding to go to him Lakota Oyate was created to circumvent the funding and donations from going to Russell Means. The Lakota OyateWebsite requested that all funding go to a bank in South Dakota made to Duane Martin. This website was created without the consensus of Lakota people . Naomi is not Lakota and cannot represent the Lakota People, let alone a website. It was the consensus of the freedom delegation to create the Republic of Lakota."

"Most importantly, we all have to be accountable to each other. If money is raised on behalf of Lakota, the People have a right to say who is raising money for us. Again, pilamiya(thank you) for your interest."

Phyllis Young-Mni Yuha Maniwin

More talk from Lakota Freedom
Canupa Gluha Mani speaks about Lakota Oyate, Lakota freedom
The authority of the Lakota Freedom Delegation, he says, comes not from the BIA-recognized governments but rather from the "people who understand treaties", i.e. the treaty council, from among the Seven Sister Bands of the Lakota. This traditional government is based on the idea of "staying quiet and listening to the people who have answers", the "itacans" or expert headmen.

Canupa Gluha Mani also endorsed Naomi Archer, who has acted as Lakota Oyate's liaison; indeed, as the Lakota Freedom Delegation prepared its trip to Washington DC he called in Naomi Archer, who though of non-native extraction is his adopted sister and a fellow Cante Tenza member, to handle media support. "I support the understandings of what she's saying", he said, referring to a previous interview with Archer which revealed an apparent split between Russell Means and other members of the Lakota Freedom Delegation. "She as an individual has integrity." However, the previous interview missed nuances and the perceived gap between Lakota Oyate and Russell Means' Republic of Lakota is not so great. "There's no division here….it's communication, that's all. We can always get past this."

Naomi Archer some time ago joined the NAFPS forum; there is an introduction thread:

Defend the Sacred:
I seem to recall her coming up in another thread, as well, but I can't find it. Maybe it was in another forum.

I recall commenting on her "European Indigenous" religion she was promoting on her intuitivepath. org website. From what I remember, she was using a superficial pan-Indian/"Lakota Lite" religious framework, but then just pasting it over with archaic or misinterpreted words from European history (or her imagination, as she claims to be reviving things from 10,000 BC). This is a common pattern with the Shameons who try to pass off their theft from NDN religion as "European". They claim homogenized misunderstandings of Plains religions are "universal" and just change the names and tart it up with some artwork from pre-historic Europe.  It does violence to both the NDN religions *and* what few survivals we have of European earth-based traditions... both get plowed under and replaced with plastic.

Just like there was never one, universal, "Native American" culture, there was never one, universal "European" culture. Tossing all these diverse cultures into a blender and making up fantasy terminology for them is about as far from "traditional" or "indigenous" as you can get.

Looks like her Clan of the Cave Bear Religion site is gone, at least.

ETA: Oh dear. Not gone. She just moved it to www. iladurarrak. org

She reports here www. eswn. org/staff. html that she's changed her name to "Ana Oya Ametz". "Oya" is the Yoruba (West African) storm goddess. Not exactly "Indigenous European." Though maybe it's just my lack of understanding of universal, pre-historic, pan-European, "indigenous" language. You know, the one spoken in 10,000 B.C.
MySpace page: www. myspace. com/tzorihou   Blog: http:// tzori. wordpress. com/

Thanks for refreshing my memory
i see i even responded on the post
well she is at it again

Much of the criticism against Archer comes from Alfred Boneshort and Vivian High Elk. Recall their history with attacks on Looking Horse, so some things they say may not be accurate.

Four Directions was set up to help Louisiana tribes after Katrina. Archer lists her background on the site as Moaene.

A few sites say that means indigenous people of Europe.

Her account of what they did at Katrina.

Found something very strange things about. If true it's a tactic generally used by militia conspiracy theory types.

People of Lakota launch private bank for only silver and gold currencies
Posted on November 24th, 2008 at 1:47pm by bile Tags: biometric technology, Cante Tenza, Duane Martin Sr., Federal Reserve Notes, Free Lakota Bank's General Investment Fund, FRN, Gluha Mani, gold, Lakota, Liberty Dollar, non-fractional bank, precious metal, private security services, silver, StrikeForce Technologies, U.S. government, United States, USD, Warrior Society

Hill City, Lakota – November 24, 2008 – In a stunning development, the Free & Independent People of Lakota announced today the introduction of the world’s first non-reserve, non-fractional bank that accepts only silver and gold currencies for deposit. “Today is a great day for us, a day that we begin to exercise our rights as a sovereign people with strength and pride,” comments Canupa Gluha Mani, Tetuwan Council Judicial Member of the Cante Tenza “Strong Heart” Warrior Society.  Mani’s 2500 member warrior society has contracted to provide private security services for the Free Lakota Bank.

“We invite people of any creed, faith or heritage to unite in an effort to reclaim control of wealth.  It is our hope that other tribal nations and American citizens recognize the importance of silver and gold as currency and decide to mirror our system of honest trade.”  Mani, also known as Duane Martin Sr, is a member of the delegation that declared Lakota independence on December 17th, 2007.

The launch of the Free Lakota Bank is also an incredible victory for StrikeForce Technologies, the access control experts providing depositor Out-of-Band Authentication.  As the Free Lakota Bank does not require a name, photo identification or social security number to transact, StrikeForce’s technology met the challenge of limiting fraud without requiring controversial biometric technology.

The People of Lakota invite depositors to establish accounts and invest in the Free Lakota Bank’s General Investment Fund, the fund it uses to develop profitable free-market enterprise inside Lakota territory.  Mani comments that the nation despises donations and charity, and instead insists instead on “earning our wealth by creating value for those that place their faith and trust in our system.”

The Free Lakota Bank issues an American Open Currency Standard Approved currency, making it readily accepted for trade by over 10,000 merchants and businesses across the continent.

Will the US government try to shut them down like they tried with the Liberty Dollar? Perhaps. This looks like a real enterprise however instead of the Liberty Dollar’s pyramid scheme. Though they are having a promotional discount and it appears they expect people to pay $50 / silver oz. at a later point. That’s the same shit the Liberty Dollar does so it may be that they are just a fancier pyramid scheme. The website sure is nicer looking then the Liberty Dollar’s.

If you want to purchase silver rounds go and buy some Pan Americans. A stamp of FIFTY doesn’t make them worth $50. They are worth a small percentage over spot.


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