Monday, September 22, 2014

INDIANS FULLY PAID FINALLY

Subject: HARRY
INDIANS FULLY PAID FINALLY


ANOTHER GREAT SIGN THAT CMKX FUNDS ARE SOON TO BE RELEASED! IT WAS ALWAYS SAID TO WATCH FOR THE INDIANS TO BE FULLY PAID (THEY WERE  FIRST IN LINE), AND IT WOULD HAPPEN JUST BEFORE CMKX WAS RELEASED.

 WELL, THE FINAL PAYMENT TO THE INDIANS OVER THE COBELL TRUST, A TRUST THAT WAS STOLEN BY CROOKS RUNNING THE GOVERNMENT IN THE EARLY 1990’S, HAS NOW BEEN RELEASED.
IS THE TIMING OF THE COBELL INDIAN TRUST SETTLEMENT MERELY COINCIDENCE WITH THE TIMING OF A NEW GOVERNMENT IN IRAQ; IRAQ BEING DECLARED A SOVEREIGN NATION AND SANCTIONS LIFTED, THE CURRENCY RESET AND BANKS IN THE US NOW BEING PLACED ON NOTICE, THE BLACK FARMERS PAID, FINANCIAL REFORMS IN THE USA, QE 1-2-3, THE BRICS ALLIANCE, THE RETURN TO THE GOLD STANDARD, AUDITING THE FED AND THE MOVE TO SEPARATE THE FED FROM THE UST, [United States Treasure], THE NEW TREASURY NOTES, TENSIONS AND CONFLICT IN THE UKRAINE, SYRIA AND IRAQ, THE END OF THE PETRO-DOLLAR, CHINA DUMPING DOLLARS INTO THE US BY PURCHASING UNPRECEDENTED AMOUNTS OF US REAL ESTATE, RUSSIA FORCING EUROPE TO PURCHASE OIL AND GAS IN SOMETHING OTHER THAN DOLLARS, THE FIRST POPE TO RESIGN IN 600 YEARS, THE EFFORTS TO CLEAN-UP THE VATICAN BANK, FEAR AND DANGER OF TERRORISM AND EBOLA BEING PROMOTED BY THE POWERS THAT BE, AND SO MUCH MORE (GIVEN TIME, A PERSON COULD ADD MANY MORE TO THE LIST)? I DON’T THINK SO.
WE WATCH AND WAIT, BUT I BELIEVE NOT TOO MUCH LONGER.

September 19, 2014
(Associated Press)



HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of Native Americans across the nation have started receiving the final cash payments this week from one of the largest government settlements in U.S. history.

Checks ranging from $869 to nearly $10 million were sent beginning Monday to more than 493,000 people by the administrators of the $3.4 billion settlement.

The settlement is from a class-action lawsuit filed in 1996 by Elouise Cobell of Browning. Cobell sued after finding the government squandered billions of dollars in royalties for land it held in trust for individual Indians that was leased for development, exploration or agriculture

Cobell died of cancer in 2011, after more than 15 years of doggedly pursuing the lawsuit, rallying Native Americans and lobbying members of Congress for its approval

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