Elaine Willman - Tribal information
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 Elaine Willman Biography

Who Elaine Isn't

Book:
Going to Pieces
The Dismantling of the United States of America

Chief Joseph's Prayer

* VIDEO - Elaine Willman, former director of Tribal Affairs for Hobart, Wisconsin, explains how their tribe chose to turn their reservation into individual allotments, then later the government decided to reestablish their reservation boundaries. She was instrumental in saving the town from tax exempt tribal land acquisitions: Land Jurisdiction in the Village of Hobart, YouTube 6/16/15. Well worth watching if you live in the Klamath Basin.

Are you a tribal member, or do you live within tribal rule? Elaine Willman, of Cherokee blood, directs you to help in tribal corruption issues. She is former Chairman of CERA, and recommends these two websites for the help you need: www.tribalcorruption.com  > You will find someone to help you. This organization consists of former tribal members and soon-to-be former tribal members. They understand.
www.citizensalliance.org - Citizens Equal Rights Alliance - CERA. This national organization can help you too
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The Christian Alliance for Indian Child Welfare - a good resource

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*** 2015 Regional CERA Conference Announcement & Registration form Set 26, 2015,

12/17/07 to KBC: "This (Census Bureau) program would have deemed 1,061 state subdivisions (counties/towns) that are local general purpose governments - as "not relevant" for the purpose of the 2010 Census. The program would have redirected all census activity within Indian reservations to tribal governments who have no Constitutional or Congressional duty to non-tribal citizens residing within or near their reservations.  It was an outrageous program that has now been thankfully rescinded." Elaine Willman, Chairman Citizens for Equal Rights.
* Letter from Dept. of Commerce Director Charles Louis Kincannon to Elaine Willman regarding Census Bureau and tribal jurisdiction, 12/3/07
* CERA Chairman Elaine Willman to Secretary of Commerce
Carlos M. Gutierrez 11/5/07
CERA Chairman Elaine Willman to Dept of Commerce
Carlos M. Gutierrez 9/5/07
* Letter from Dept. of Commerce Director Charles Louis Kincannon to town of Toppenish 8/07
* Several counties located within/adjacent to an Indian reservation received a 2-page letter from the Census Bureau explaining how they will be within tribal jurisdiction. The Mayor of the Town of Harrah responded. 8/25/07

 

 Energy Bill’s Hidden Provisions Undermine Western and Rural U.S. Property Owners, Western States Constitutional Rights LLC, posted 9/18/16. "Senate Bill S. 2012 (Murkowski, AK) has secretly swallowed up S. 3085 (Roberts,KS) - a Forestry Management Bill that transfers management of any national forest within 100 miles of a tribal reservation, or to any tribe with ancestral or cultural ties to a national forest.  This will give tribal governments: 1) control of all water (snowpack mountain run-off); and 2) let tribal governments determine appropriate uses of the national forests regarding hunting, fishing, trail-hiking, recreating by non-tribal citizens. When strong opposition emerged opposing numerous forestry management bills in the Senate and House that were transferring forestry management to tribal governments, Senators and Congressmen played "hide the ball" quickly last week by tucking this egregious Tribal Forestry Management provision into an Energy Bill that is close to a vote - perhaps this week or next. Call your Senators and Congressmen and raise holy hell.  This could easily transfer national forestry management to tribes for every national forest in the Western States." Elaine Willman

Elaine WillmanKlamath water issues distressingly similar to those in other areas Elaine Willman Biography. KBC News's Willman Page. "I have been following Klamath water and dam issues since 2003 and have recently noticed commonalities simultaneously occurring in the southwestern Oregon and Northern California area, and on the Flathead Indian Reservation where I live in Western Montana...I have a 30-year career in government, and have researched federal Indian policy for 25 years. I have conducted workshops and keynote addresses across the country, authored two books, and work with numerous expert legal counsels in multiple states. Montana and Oregon landowners are most fortunate to have located and obtained Mr. Kogan’s services. Among strong legal champions, he stands at the top of the list...Landowners here have been unable to find a single Montana attorney willing to protect their property/water rights, their constitutional and civil rights. Landowners were able to locate Lawrence Kogan, a New York City attorney to represent them in litigation just now initializing. Mr. Kogan also represents Siskiyou County and the Klamath Irrigation District... Supporters of this egregious CSKT Water Compact called Mr. Kogan “that New York City attorney,” too... Landowners were able to locate Lawrence Kogan, a New York City attorney to represent them in litigation just now initializing. Supporters of the compact did everything they could to trash him in Montana newspapers and everywhere possible. His clients did not fall for such baloney; his work is fact-based, law-cited and prolific. He’s a legal “street fighter” that knows his way around federal courts, Congress, water law and Indian law. But for Mr. Kogan’s courage and perseverance, and clients who so believe in him, 35,000 people in Montana will have forever lost their water rights, access to water, State and federal constitutional protections, and authority over non-tribal lands on the Flathead Reservation."

Will the United States (and Klamath Basin) Go the Way of Zimbabwe? by Elaine Willman, MPA, 4/10/16. "All the western states are targets for the removal of food production. That’s the goal of the current federal administration that harmonizes nicely with the One World Order folks.  In Bellingham, Washington, thanks to a huge EPA grant to the Swinomish tribe, enormous billboards on the Interstate trash their area farmers for “polluting the waters.” In California, the San Joaquin Valley has already had its crop production decimated, and that area once provided over 20% of our country’s food...."

Letter from Author Elaine Willman, introducing her new book 'Slumbering Thunder'. "In 2016 with the escalated expansion of the Executive Branch federal agencies, BIA, BLM, USFW, BOR, etc... NOW is the time to become informed and push back on the federal government over-reaching in our Western states. Both of these books will help; Slumbering Thunder is a specific reference tool for pushing back."  

Is Ed Sheets a "neutral" facilitator? Letter from Elaine Willman, MPA Ronan, Montana to Ed Sheets, Facilitator of CSKT Water Compact, C.I.T.T., and Klamath River dam-removal "agreements," 3/16/17

The spreading epidemic of tribalism in America, by Elaine Willman, News With Views, 1/11/16. "The Obama Administration poured accelerant into the expansion of tribalism with two recent, alarming policies: 1) President Obama decided that the nation’s public utilities, power and energy grid are good “economic development” for conversion to Indian tribal assets. Obama and Congress have funded billions of dollars out to tribes for transitioning major dams, energy corporations, and confiscation and control of water across the country. 2) Obama and Congress have determined that tribal government interactions with Middle Eastern countries is now a great idea for Indian “economic development” too (the Hearth Act of 2012)."

* Valley Forge and Western Montana…by Elaine Willman, Western Ag Reporter, posted to KBC 10/3/15, "I became convinced that the CSKT Compact is a template for federalizing all state waters, implementing communalism and socialism consistent with Agenda 21, and intentionally aligned to spread tribalism as a governing system while eliminating State authority and duty to protect its citizenry."(KBC NOTE: Willman believes Klamath Basin is headed for the same demise as Montana citizens as she has closely watched the federal takeover.)

* VIDEO - Elaine Willman, former director of Tribal Affairs for Hobart, Wisconsin, explains how their tribe chose to turn their reservation into individual allotments, then later the government decided to reestablish their reservation boundaries. She was instrumental in saving the town from tax exempt tribal land acquisitions: Land Jurisdiction in the Village of Hobart, YouTube 6/16/15. Well worth watching if you live in the Klamath Basin.

2015 Regional CERA Conference Announcement & Registration form Sept 26, 2015, sent by Elaine Willman. "Sessions include Western State River watershed policies, Flawed Fundamentals of Federal Indian Policy, CSKT Water Compact, Federalism, U.S. Supreme Court and other recent rulings update, EPA Treatment Similar to States, Fee-to-Trust Land - Litigation & Regulations, Spreading tribalism across the US, Rogue Federal Agencies: EPA, BIA, USFW, BLM, DOI & Others"

CERA presents Gov't Overreach Conference in Riverton, WY 6/5/14 "CERA makes very clear distinctions between respect for all cultures . . . .  We address government decisions that impact tribal and local non-tribal residents when such federal, state, local or tribal decisions extend tribal government jurisdiction beyond their limited authority to self-govern their enrolled members and Indian trust lands."

Elaine Willman, author of "Going to Pieces, the Dismantling of the United States of American", sent KBC the following for July 4th:  When in the Course of Human events It Becomes NECESSARY...  "How long we continue to celebrate America's Independence Day depends upon whether citizens and their elected officials find it necessary to secure our guaranteed unalienable rights and the domestic tranquility."

Elaine Willman: "Do you know... that six months after the destruction of the Twin Towers, a Washington State tribe hosted "civic journalists" from Algeria, Morocco, Qatar, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen? The reservation in question is bounded on the East by the Hanford Nuclear site; on the South by the Umatilla Chemical Weapons Storage Facility; on the West by the Yakima Military Training Center; and on the North by several major dams including the Grand Coulee Dam—many of which dams Northwest tribes have openly admitted they want to see removed."

Conflict no deterrent for new Hobart administrator, Green Bay Press Gazette, posted to KBC 3/16/08. KBC Note: Elaine Willman, Cherokee descent, sent us this article. She is author of the book Going to Pieces, The Dismantling of the United States of America, relating to tribal expansion. She told us this evening that the Assistant Secretary of the Interior Carl Artman, Indian Affairs, said "the IGRA (Indian Gaming Regualtory Act) is not about gambling, not about commercial enterprises; it's about govermental jurisdiction."

"Do you know... that one small Montana tribe of 5,130 people had, in 2004, an annual Operational Management Budget of $373 million? This annual budget of a single tribe is larger than the national U.S. Fish and Wildlife's annual budget for the entire country."

Indian Tribalism in the United States, by Calvin L. Hunt, M.D., Klamath Falls: a review of Elaine Willman's book Going to Pieces, The Dismantling of the United States of America,  posted to KBC November 1, 2007. HERE for more information on Willman's book.