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The Native American Law and Justice Center (NALJC) was established in 2004 as a Joint Venture Partnership between the Word In Action Ministry (WIAM) and the Native American Economic Enterprise of the Blackfeet Nation (1855 Treaty of Fort Laramie), a federally-recognized native American Tribe located in Browning, Montana; Mund-Barefan Yamassee Tribe, Akiachak Nation of Alaska, Nation de Maka M.R. Alonso of Paraguay, and the Ava Guarani of Paraguay.

The primary aims and objectives of NALJC are to foster and garner both international and local partnerships in order to establish the economic development of the Church in general, for the Blackfeet Nation in particular, and other native American tribes who wish to participate, and place them firmly in the leading edge of a thriving business entity while it transforms gradually as an independent economic force. A sort of autarky (economic self-sufficiency) for the partners.

In the study of aphnology (the science of wealth) NALJC is acutely aware that the Laws of Impossible Trinity prove that no country can simultaneously keep its exchange rate fixed, monetary policy independent, and capital markets open to the world. The study of cambistry (science of exchange in international finance) proves this beyond any doubt whatsoever. (Robert Mundell, Nobel Laureate)

It is common knowledge that western nations are not suffering from chrematophobia (fear of money). Small wonder that they:

NALJC heeds Mahatma Gandhi’s exhortation of what he termed the...

"Three Great Blunders of the World"

It is with the Guiding Light of the Holy Bible, and the words of the Mahatma’s guiding lamp that NALJC will strive first to teach, coach, and give understanding as a prelude to knowledge and wisdom to its partners in their efforts to seek and secure autarky. Without knowledge there is no destination, but aimless journeys and ambiguous travel.

"You have first an instinct, then an opinion, then a knowledge, as the plant has root, bud, and fruit". - Ralph Waldo Emerson 1803-1882

You are welcome to contact Judge Naidu via email, Tel: 402-403-1788 for an open discussion of your projects and financing parameters.

Our primary source of offering counsel and guidance to your projects is to arrange for Project Financing through our partners and access in international capital and financial markets. Review the PROJECT FINANCING PROTOCOLS - HERE To see how it comes together please review the current STATUS REPORT - HERE

All clients of NALJC, and all those who comes to its portals to avail of its legal, judicial, financial, economic, and ecclesiastical services will be first encouraged to learn and understand what it takes to attain true knowledge of their needs, concerns, problems and dilemmas based on their vocations, occupations, professions and callings. No service will be rendered unless the person(s) requiring assistance is willing to learn and understand that which he or she is seeking to resolve.

So, please read about what we do, and please do not view learning like Winston Churchill did (1874-1965) when he said in a House of Commons speech in November 1952...

"I am always ready to learn, although I do not like being taught".

Please also remember the immortal words of Alexander Pope (1688-1744, An Essay on Criticism)...

A little learning is a dangerous Thing
Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian Spring;
There shallow Draughts intoxicate the Brain,
And drinking largely sobers us again.

Our advice is to never tire of learning. When you stop learning you cease to live. You merely exist.

Fight Foreclosure Firmly and Fearlessly

Native American
Law and Justice
Center ©

We are a tribal law firm operating under sovereign tribal immunity recognized by the federal, state and municipal governments.

We are a tax-exempt tribal corporation contemplated under Section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. We are currently serving the Yamassee Mund-Barefaan tribe, Washitaw de Dougdamoundyah, the Washoe/Paiute on Antelope Valley and the Northern Cheyenne.

NALJC is only responsible and accountable to all the facts that you have disclosed if we are to pursue litigation.