Tribal Treason: Are Native American Reservations Future Terror Training Grounds?
The nation of Turkey, underground Uranium and terrorist training centers could soon mark the future of Native American reservations.
A potentially very disturbing scenario is unfolding across Native American reservations in the Western United States, and, if successful, will likely be the model implemented throughout America. I’m speaking about the potential of a “Trojan Horse” scenario where countries who may sponsor terror can establish a foothold, legally, right on American soil via the numerous existing Native American reservations. If you think this notion is a silly one, keep in mind that the government of Turkey invited 17 federally recognized Native American Tribes to Turkey for negotiations in 2010.
One thing that people need to keep in mind is that Native American reservations are considered sovereign nations and DO NOT fall under the jurisdiction of the state or federal constitutions, meaning that they can strike a deal with any nation in the world, even nations that are considered enemies of America. Oh, did I mention that all of this is funded by you and me?
Attorney Larry Kogan has been a friend of the Constitution, and a friend of Montana. Mr. Kogan has worked tirelessly to assist the people of Montana in their battle against the Federal Government via their proxy, the Native American tribes.
Recently, Larry was interviewed by Patrick Wood concerning these matters and more. I have included a link to the audio below, but I wanted to pull out an excerpt as a preview for you first:
Court documents filed by Kogan suggest the nation of Turkey has sought to invest in Native American tribes because the 2009 Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing Act makes Indian reservations “largely off-limits to federal and state regulatory and law enforcement authorities.”
“It would appear that this setting would provide Turkey and such organizations with the opportunity to more freely promote their brand of Islam on reservations and/or to pursue other potentially more dangerous activities,” the complaint states.
That includes the possibility that Turkey seeks “access to the uranium deposits and bountiful water sources surrounding the Flathead Reservation for production of yellowcake capable of later conversion to a gaseous state for eventual use in incendiary devices,” it goes on.
For those of you who would like to be brought up to speed on the battle we face here in Montana, I have included a link to a micro-documentary that I produced some time last year. I have reached out to Mr. Kogan and he should be a guest on NorthWest Liberty News radio soon.
Article reposted with permission from NorthWest Liberty News, the opinions and views shared do not necessarily reflect the views of The Washington Standard.