Wan libisomma membre, takki, hem kann helpi hem srefi, a kori hem srefi.
Anybody who thinks that he can help himself, (he) is fooling himself.
Ad Feature 92 "Subject relative clauses": The relative clause is unmarked, and nothing appears in the subject position: a living person [Ø _ thinks that ...].
Ad Feature 62 "Expression of pronominal subjects": The non-emphatic subject form a in the matrix clause recapitulates the noun phrase with relative clause. The primarily non-subject form hem/en appears as the subject of the subordinate clause, expressing corefence with the matrix subject.
Ad Feature 98 "Complements of 'think' and 'want'": The complement of membre 'think' is introduced by taki 'say', 'that'.