Collaborators, Confederates and fellow Travellers
Here are some of the remarkable, outstanding and exceptional people, stalwarts and way-showers on our path to freedom. Standing up for what is right, fearless and firm, encouraging you to do the same or at least start your own investigation into the current state of affairs.
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.
The Aboriginal Provisional Government, “established on the principle that Aborigines are a sovereign people,” while not a micro-nation, issues Aboriginal 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.
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.
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 is an alternative society offering travel documents other than corporate government IDs and passports. It is 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.