Washitaw Nation

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The Washitaw Nation, or Washitaw de Dutgdahmoundyah is a group of people who claim to be a sovereign Native American nation within the boundaries of the United States, headed by Empress Verdiacee Tiari Washitaw Turner Goston El-Bey. They claim to have United Nations indigenous peoples seat #215/1993.

Relation to the Republic of Texas

The Secretary of Defense of the (would-be) Republic of Texas wrote in a letter to Interpol, that a successful recognition treaty with a foreign nation “granted us that vital international recognition needed to lay at rest the fact of our nation status.”

Which foreign nation dared to risk the wrath of the United States – or worse, the government of Texas? None other than the Washitaw Nation. Most people may not have heard of the Washitaw Nation, which somehow resides within the United States and is ruled by the Empress of the Washitaw de Dutgdahmoundyah, a person named Verdiacee Tiari Washitaw Turner Goston El-Bey. The Empress granted complete recognition to the Republic of Texas, but the jury is still out as to who actually recognizes the Empress, impressive though her title might be.[1]

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