“The first rule of law belongs to the Daughters of the Great Spirit,” says Ni’i’ Ne’e’, Lakota warrior whose name means “thunder and lightning”... but what does he REALLY think about women? Is there really a “polar shift” realigning the Earth with a woman’s authority, or is Ni’i’ Ne’e’, whose face LOVES the video camera, really all about his OWN “polar shift" (wink-wink, nudge-nudge)?
“They work with the Devil in their black robes,” said Ni’i’ Ne’e’ of lawyers, yet one of his greatest heros is San Francisco lawyer J. Tony Serra, who could not successfully defend a mother who shot the man who sodomized her son. Instead, he has a rather complicated relationship with Paulette Frankl, who wrote a book about Serra that Ni’i’ Ne’e’ apparently read while incarcerated. Today, this former Wild Bill Hickock actor is seeking (paid) audience with incarcerated Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and white freedom fighters in Oregon.
BOTTOM LINE: Can white people REALLY go Sovereign using Ni’i’ Ne’e’'s strategy... or does it REALLY ONLY make sense to get rid of your social security number and birth certificate if you plan to spend the rest of your life selling loose cigarets?
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