The Masterpiece – Terms: Re: You

By:  Prince Q Sirius El aka Kevin Jackson El


American—As applied to people, pertains to descendants of Europeans born in America, particularly the United  States. Bouv.

To understand who the United States are one must take a look at the term United States of America..

United States of America—The Republic who’s organic law is the constitution… Bouv.

Republic—A Commonwealth. Bouv.

Commonwealth— …sometimes used to designate a republican form of government. Bouv.
The public or common weal or welfare, a body politic; Blacks

Republican form of government— …a government by representatives chosen by the people. Bouv.

Public—The whole body politic, or all the citizens of the state. The inhabitants of a particular place.
Public applies to all citizens and every member of the state. Blacks

Public welfare—The Prosperity, well-being, or conveniences of the public at large, or of a whole community, as distinguished from the advantage of an individual or limited class. Blacks

(Welfare—Well-doing or well-being in any respect; the enjoyment of health and common blessings of life; exemption from any evil or calamity; prosperity; happiness)

Body Politic—The collective body of a nation or state as politically organized or as exercising political functions. A term applied to a corporation, which is usually designated as a “body corporate and politic.”      Blacks 3rd ed.

Prosperity—The condition of being prosperous; success, esp. financial successAmerican Heritage Dic.

At large—Representing a State or district in its entirety, as a delegate, elector, or Congressman at largeBouv.

State—The section of territory occupied by one of the United States. Blacks

District—A certain portion of the country, separated from the rest for some special purpose. The United States are divided into judicial districts, in each of which is established a district court; they are also divided into election districts, collection districts, etc.
It may be construed to mean territory; and in the revenue laws the words “district” and “port” areoften used in the same sense. Bouv.

Delegate—A person elected, by the people of an organized territory of the United States, to congress, who has a seat in congress and a right of debating, but not voting. Bouv.

Territory—A portion of the country subject to and belonging to the United States which is not within the boundary of any State or the District of Columbia. Bouv.

Representative—One who represents or is in the place of another. Bouv.

People— …in constitutional law or discussion, it is often the case that those only who are intended who have a share in the government through being clothed with elective franchise,… For these and similar purposes, the electors, though constituting but a small minority of the whole body of the community; nevertheless act for all, and, as being for the time the representatives of sovereignty, they are considered and spoken of as the sovereign people. The term people of the United States is synonymous with citizens; both describe the political body, who, according to our republican institutions, form the sovereignty, and who hold the power and conduct the government through their representatives. Bouv.

Elector—A duly qualified voter; … electors being properly applied to all those entitled to vote whereas “voters” appropriately designates only those actually voting.
One of the persons chosen to comprise the electoral college.
Registered Qualified Elector- One possessing the constitutional qualifications, and registered under the registration statute.

People of the United States—The sovereign people… Ballentines

So, the United States of America is a government of representatives termed electors, signifying a State meaning they are inhabitants of and are the State i.e. the States of California,.. who meet in the House of Representatives which equals/is the United States of America.


Within the definition of the term United States of America it states: Bouv.

…and the judicial power gives to the supreme court the right of interpreting them. But this court is but another name for the United States, and this power necessarily results from their sovereignty: for the United States would not be truly sovereign unless their interpretation as well as the letter of the law governed.

…the supreme court, which is nothing else than the United States, is the rightful expositor. This necessarily results from their sovereignty. But the United States government is one of delegated powers; and nothing is better established… that a delegate can exercise only that power which is delegated to him.

So, the United States, the nine members of the supreme court, are sovereign. Each a delegate and a sovereign, a citizen of that body, the supreme court (United States), and the State wherein they reside, who’s job it is to interpret the constitution.

To give you more…

Union—A popular term for the United States of America. Bouv.

The Preamble to the Constitution reads: We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

Translated reads: We the Senate of the supreme court, in order to form a more perfect body of Representatives…do ordain and establish this constitution for this Republic.

This is an American government with its American Constitution i.e. a government of Europeans which is an institutional government.

This government has absolutely nothing to do with you unless you are one of them or of their family. Their Constitution was written for them and them only.


Consequently, the people of the State of.. are the electors whom are representatives of the supreme court (United States) and not you.


In order to be in this body, besides being European, you must be of the public and an inhabitant of a State within the United States (you must be elected into one of the supreme court justices territory i.e. State/District (zip code))

*Inhabitant—The inhabitants of the United States are either native or foreign born. The natives consist of first of white persons, citizens of the United States. Second, the aborigines, in general, not citizens of the United States. Third, negroes or descendants of the African race. Bouv.

Native—A natural-born subject or citizen; a denizen by birth… Bouv.

Natural-born subject—One born within the dominions, or rather within the allegiance, of the king of England. Bouv.

The Constitution of the United States, states: Article II; No person except a natural-born citizen at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President.

Again, unless you are a European by the definitions above [subject to or owing allegiance], you cannot be the public, the people, a citizen nor president of the United States.

White person—…members of the white or Caucasian race, as distinct from black, red, yellow, and brown races. This term, however, does not necessarily include all Caucasians. It is a popular andnot a scientific term, and must be given its popular meaning, and as such is not to be construed as identical with “Caucasian,” unless the latter term is given its popular meaning, as referring to recognized racial distinctions existing at present, and not to possibly common ancestry of dissimilar races. In its popular meaning, “white persons” refers to immigrants from the British Isles and Northwestern Europe… Blacks 3rd ed.

The definition above gives to you the meaning of “white persons” being immigrants from the British Isles and Northwestern Europe. The term popular by itself is not given in the dictionaries of law, but the following are given:

Popular sense: The sense in which a subject is understood by those conversant therewith. Bouv.

So, to understand this definition we go to Wikpedia:

The British Isles are a group of islands off the northwest coast of continental Europe that include Great Britain and Ireland, and numerous smaller islands. There are two sovereign states located on the islands: the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and Ireland. The British Isles also includes the Crown Dependencies of the *Isle of Man and, by tradition, the Channel Islands, although the latter are not physically a part of the island group.

North-west Europe:  Geographically it is almost always used to include the United Kingdom and Ireland; the northern and western parts of France and Germany; the Benelux countries; and Scandinavia (though possibly not Finland). It would normally exclude the Iberian peninsula, Italy; Switzerland, southern and eastern parts of France and Germany and Austria. This usage is helpful when discussing issues of climate or biology. Broadly speaking, it represents the area whose climate and biogeography is significantly modified by the Gulf Stream.
Socially, “North-West Europe” roughly corresponds to Germanic Europe, sharing some cultural traits (for example, a history of Protestantism and Germanic languages) that differentiate them from their MediterraneanLatin or Eastern EuropeanSlavic fellow-Europeans. This leads to much the same definition as the geographical one above, but would more definitely exclude France and southern Belgium. It would therefore be closer to the area normally defined as Northern Europe, excluding the Baltic and Finland.

Mooe—An officer in the Isle of Man similar to the English Bailiff. Bouv.

Moor—An officer in the Isle of Man, who summons the courts for the several sheadings. This office is similarto the English bailiff of a hundred. Blacks 3rd ed.

Sheadings—A riding, tithing, or division in the Isle of Man, where the whole island is divided into six sheadings, in each of which there is a coroner or chief constable appointed by a delivery of a rod at the Tinewald court or annual convention. King, Isle of Man. 7. Blacks 3rd ed.

Riding—Where a county or shire was divided into three intermediate jurisdictions, they were called trithings and were anciently governed by a trithing-reeve. Having survived in the county of York, their name became corrupted into ridings; the north, the east, and the west riding. Ballentine 3rd ed.

Tithing—A tenth of a hundred. A hundred was made up of ten tithings, each of which was composed of ten families, and it constituted a governmental district. Ballentine 3rd ed.

Tinewald—The ancient parliament or annual convention in the Isle of Man, held upon Midsummer-day, at St. John’s chapel. Black’s 3rd ed.

This (isle of Man [island of Dr. Moro]) being where the mixing of individuals took place, is also where the judicial districts of tens was lived. [Mexico (Mix-i-co) is were the educating of persons happened, the “ish” person.

-Ish: Of, pertaining to, belonging to; Characteristic of; Having the qualities of; Approximately; somewhat.
American heritage dictionary

Person—A man considered according to the rank he holds in society…

Man—A human being. A person of the male sex. A male of the human species above the age of puberty.

Human being—A monster.

Monster—A human-being by birth, but in some part resembling a lower animal. “A monster… hath no inheritable blood, and cannot be heir to any land, albeit it be brought forth in marriage; but, although it hath deformity in any part of its body, yet if it hath human shape, it may be heir. Ballentine 3rd ed.

Sex—The physical difference between male and female in animals.
In the human species the male is called man, and the female woman.

Human— Of, relating to, or characteristic of human beings. A person.
Species— A sort, a kind, a class subordinate to a genus, which is a class embracing many species. The expression “an animal of the horse species” would, therefore, only include the animals known as stallions, geldings, mares, fillies and colts. Ballentine 3rd ed.
Male—Of the masculine sex; of the sex that begets young; the sex opposed to the female.

The genus, the “ish” one, a noble. While the man is but a monster.

In all the dictionaries I have searched I have not been unsuccessful in finding the term England. But, as often the case one can get the meaning from terms of like kind:

English— Of, pertaining to, derived from, or characteristic of England and its inhabitants. The people of England. The Germanic language of the people of Britain, the United States, and many othercountries.

Citizen—Free persons of color, born in the United States were always regarded as citizens; but the child of a member of one of the Indian tribes within the United States is not a citizen though born in the United States; and although the parents have given up their tribal relations they cannot become citizens until they are first naturalized; the descendants of the aborigines are not entitled to the rights of citizens. See Supra  Bouv.

Supra—Above; over. Bouv.

Color—An appearance, semblance or  simulacrum, as distinguished from that which is real. A prima facie or apparent right. Hence, a deceptive appearance etc..

Also means the dark color of the skin showing the presence of negro blood, and hence it is equivalent to African descent or parentage. Blacks 3rd ed.

Negro—a black man, one descended from the African race… term “negromeans necessarily person of color, but not every person of color is “negro”. Blacks 3rd ed.

Free white person—…referred to in Naturalization Act, as amended by Act July 14, 1870, …meaning all persons belonging to the European races then commonly counted as white, and their descendants, including such descendants in other countries to which they have emigrated.

…It includes the mixed Latin, Celtic-Ibreain, and Moorish inhabitants of Spain and Portugal, the mixed Greek, Latin, Phoenician, and North African inhabitants of South Russia. It does not mean Caucasian race, Aryan race, or Indo-European races, nor the mixed Indo-European, Dravidian, Semitic and Mongolian peoples who inhabit Persia. A Syrian of Asiatic birth and descent will not be entitled to become a naturalized citizen of the United States as being a free white personBlacks 3rd ed.

Because the “ish” person had Moor blood flowing through their veins, they were termed free white persons. It only makes sense that a white person either free or not is of these persons, therefore a Caucasian.

Caucasian—Pertaining to the white race, to which belong the greater part of European nations and those of western Asia. The term is inapplicable to denote families or stocks inhabiting Europe, and speaking either the so-called Aryan or Semitic languagesBlacks 3rd ed.

White Race—Within the meaning of the Mississippi Constitution of 1890, § 207, providing that there shall be separate schools for the white and colored races, the Caucasian race; –the term “colored races,” being used in contradiction to the white race, and embracing all other races. Rice v. Gong Lum 139 Miss. 760, 104 So. 105, 107.  Blacks 3rd ed.

In American constitutional law the word “state” is applied to the several members of the American Union, while the word “nation” is applied to the whole body of the people embraced within the jurisdiction of the federal government. Bouv.

State— government. This word is used in various senses. In its most enlarged sense, it signifies a self-sufficient body of persons united together in one community for the defence of their rights, and to do right and justice to foreigners. In this sense, the state means the whole people united into one body politic; (q. v.) and the state, and the people of the state, are equivalent expressions. 1 Pet. Cond. Rep. 37 to 39; 3 Dall. 93; 2 Dall. 425; 2 Wilson’s Lect. 120; Dane’s Appx. _50, p. 63 1 Story, Const. _361. In a more limited sense, the word `state’ expresses merely the positive or actual organization of the legislative, or judicial powers; thus the actual government of the state is designated by the name of the state; hence the expression, the state has passed such a law, or prohibited such an act. State also means the section of territory occupied by a state, as the state of Pennsylvania.
The term “United States” may be used in any one of several senses. [1] It may be merely the name of a sovereign occupying the position analogous to that of other sovereigns in the family of nations. [2] It may designate the territory over which the sovereignty of the United States extends, or [3] it may be the collective name of the states which are united by and under the Constitution. [Hooven & Allison Co. vs Evatt, 324 U.S. 652 (1945)]
The federal zone over which the sovereignty of the United States2 extends is the District of Columbia, the territories and possessions belonging to Congress, and a limited amount of land within the States of the Union, called federal “enclaves”.
District of Columbia—A portion of the country, originally ten miles square, which was ceded to the United States by the states of Virginia and Maryland, over which the national government  has exclusive jurisdiction.

By the word state is also meant, more particularly, one of the commonwealths which form the United States of Americathe corporation of the electors – the State of…
The district of Columbia and the territorial districts of the United States, are not states within the meaning of the constitution and of the judiciary act, so as to enable a citizen thereof to sue a citizen of one of the states in the federal courts. 2 Cranch, 445; 1 Wheat. 91.
The several states composing the United States are sovereign and independent, in all things not surrendered to the national government by the constitution, and are considered, on general principles, by each other as foreign states, yet their mutual relations are rather those of domestic independence, than of foreign alienation. 7 Cranch, 481; 3 Wheat. 324; 1 Greenl. Ev. _489, 504. Vide, generally, Mr. Madison’s report in the legislature of Virginia, January, 1800; 1 Story’s Com. on Const. _208; 1 Kent, Com. 189, note b; Grotius, B. 1, c. 1, s. 14; Id. B. 3, c. 3, s. 2; Burlamaqui, vol. 2, pt. 1, c. 4, s. 9; Vattel, B. 1, c. 1; 1 Toull. n. 202, note 1 Nation; Cicer. de Repub. 1. 1, s. 25.

Family of nations—…is an aggregate of states which as the results of their historical antecedents have inherited a common civilization, and are at a similar level of moral and political opinion. Blacks 7th ed.

Again with definition:

Fimily of nations—…is an aggregate (composed of several) of states (a political community organized under a distinct government recognized and confirmed  by its citizens and subjects as a supreme power) which as the results of their historical antecedents (prior in point of time) have inherited a common (capable of being inherited) civilization (a law; …covers several states of society), and are at a similar level of moral (general principals of right conduct) and political opinion (view of government). Blacks 7th ed.

After the human-being take over they tried to come with this:

DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. This is a state paper issued by the congress of the United States of America, in the name and by the authority of the people, on the fourth day of July, 1776, wherein are set forth:
Certain natural and unalienable rights of man; the uses and purposes of governments the right of the people to institute or to abolish them; the sufferings of the colonies, and their right to withdraw from the tyranny of the king of Great Britain.
The various acts of tyranny of the British Icing.
The petitions for redress of these injuries, and the refusal. to redress them; the recital of an appeal to the people of “Great Britain, and of their being deaf to the voice of justice and consanguinity.
An appeal to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of the intentions of the representatives.
A declaration that the United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent states; that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British crown, and that all political connexion between them and the state of Great Britain, is and ought to be dissolved.
A pledge by the representatives to each other, of their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor.
The effect of this declaration was the establishment of the government of the United States as free and independent and thenceforth the people of Great Britain have been held, as the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in peace friends.

However, this was not approved, and thus nothing changed.

United States—The Federal government was created in 1777 by the union of thirteen colonies of Great Britain in “certain articles of confederation and perpetual union,” the first one of which declared that the stile of this confederacy shall be the United States of America.” Each member of the confederacy was denominated a state.” The confederacy, owing to well-known historical reasons, having proven a failure, a new Constitution was formed in 1787, by “the people of the United States” “for the United States of America,” as its preamble declares. Ballentine 3rd ed.

United States citizen—The words “people of the United States” and “citizens” mean the same thing. They both describe the political body who hold the power and conduct the government through their representatives. They are the “sovereign people,” and every citizen is one of this people, and a constituent member of this sovereignty. Every person born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, becomes at once a citizen of the United States, and needs no naturalization. A person born outside of the jurisdiction of the United States can only become a citizen by being naturalized. Ballentine 3rd ed.

United Kingdom—Great Britain and Ireland. Ballentine 3rd ed.

Popular use: The occasional and precarious enjoyment of property by the members of society in their individual capacity, without the power to enforce such enjoyment according to law. Bouv.

Popular government: A government wherein the body of the nation keeps in its own hands the empire, or the right of command. The government of the United States is such a government. Ballentine 3rd ed.

This body described above is none other than the Moorish of Europe, the mixed bloods who have been given a certain portion of land here on this continent to do trade with the aborigines/Moors. The face of Europe today is the evidence of the slaughter which took place and displaced those Moors/Kings there, just as it was done here on Northwest Amexem/Turtle Island. The creature “man” then took over. We Moorish Americans and our British brothers, the Moors/Mooes had a civil war amongst each other over the issue of the Negro slaves. We Moors enslaved no one, but our British brothers did. For they could not see that the Negro should be free as they new them in their animal state and could not see them past that. Unless be it by marriage and having no deformity. There are 9 Moorish Presidents before Washington that are noted in history. Washington was the first Negro president of the United States. Therefore, even this government was one of Moorish foundation until they were illegally taken over by the Negro race who assume power by way of color, thus being defacto. Wahsington – “I cannot tell a lie, I did chop down the cherry tree”. While we fought they plotted. The prisons of Europe were opened for those in them to come here.

Black Person—“Black person,” occurring in Constitution and laws, must be taken in its generic sense as contra-distinguished from whiteBlacks 3rd ed.
Negro—The word “negro” means a black man, one descended from the African race, and does not commonly include a mulatto. Blacks 3rd ed

What African race is THE African race of which this Negro is descended from??

I have not found African in the dictionaries of law, therefore we turn to the American Heritage dictionary for further clarification:

African— Of or pertaining to Africa or any of its peoples or languages. A person born or living in Africa.

Afrikaans—A language that developed from 17th century Dutch and is an official language of the Republic of South Africa.

Afrikaner—An Afrikaans-speaking descendant of the Dutch settlers of South Africa.

Dutch—Of or pertaining to the Netherlands, its inhabitants, or their language.  German. The Germans.

The word German comes from the word germ:

germ—A small organic structure or cell from which a new organism may develop. Something that may serve as the basis of further growth or development.

german—Having the same parents, or having the same grandparents on one side.

Note that these two terms are lower case just as they appeared in the dictionary. The term german is also found there but like German. Draw your conclusion.

African descent— … members of the races of Africa or their descendants by intermixture with races constituting free white persons, the negro races referred to being those from which the emancipated slaves in the United States descend. Blacks 3rd ed.

So these germs, Afrikaans, Black persons, monsters, human-beings, have no standing in law, therefore, they went to war with their masters, the Moors. They were governed by Black Codes which they turned and used on their masters and took the names and titles which belonged to these Moors. It appears that the mindset of supremacy is alive and well today. The Moors once ruled the world in the spirit of Love, it only makes since that a supremacy group are who they encountered that made war with them as a spirit of Hate.

WAR. A contention by force; or the art of paralysing the forces of an enemy.
Public war is either civil or national. Civil war is that which is waged between two parties, citizens or members of the same state or nation. National war is a contest between two or more independent nations carried on by au-thority of their respective governments.

In the above term Inhabitant, it mentions the aborigines, being, in general, not citizens of the United States and in the term citizen, identifies them as being alike but separate from the Indians though they were commonly called Indians. Let’s examine:

Tribes—See Five Civilized Nations. Bouv.

Five Civilized Nations—Several of the more powerful Indian tribes occupying the Indian Territory, known as the “five civilized nations”, namely the Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks and Siminoles, and the tribes incorporated into these nations… Bouv.

Indian—The name of the aboriginal inhabitants of America. It was ruled that the Cherokee nation in Georgia was a distinct community. Bouv.

Indian Tribe—A separate and distinct community or body of the aboriginal Indian race of men found in the *United States.

Several Indian Tribes within the limits of the United States have an organized government. See Choctaw Nation, Chickasaw Nation, Cherokee Nation.

The policy of congress is to vest in the courts of the Cherokee nation jurisdiction of all controversies between Indians, or in which a member of the nation is the only party. Bouv.

Distinct—Clear to the senses or mind; easily understood or perceived; plain; unmistakable.
Evidently not identical; observably or decidedly different. Bouv.

Several—Separate, distinct. Bouv.

Cherokee Nation—A tribe of Iroquoian Indians formerly occupying northern Georgia , but now dwelling in
Oklahoma; the most enlightened of the Indian peoples of America. Bouv.

So, according to the terms above, an Indian is one of this separate and distinct body of aboriginal men, and not of all the other Tribes but of a particular body of men called aborigines.

Nation—A people, or aggregation of men, existing in the form of an organized jural society, usually inhabiting a distinct portion of the earth, speaking the same language, using the same customs, possessing historic continuity, and distinguished from other like groups by their racial origin and characteristics, and generally, but not necessarily, living under the same government and sovereignty.

Besides the element of autonomy or self-government, that is, the independence of the community as a whole from the interference of any foreign power in its affairs or any subjection to such power, if is further necessary  to the constitution of a nation that it should be an organized jural society, that is, both governing its own members by regular laws and defining and protecting their rights, and respecting the rights and duties which attach to it as a constituent member of the family of nations. Such a society, says Vattel, has her affairs and herinterest; she deliberates and takes resolutions in common; thus becoming a moral person, who possesses an understanding and will peculiar to herself, and is susceptible of obligations and rights.

a nation is destined to form only one state, and that it constitute one indivisible whole.

A free nation is one not subject to a foreign government, whatever the constitution of the state. The nation is a moral body, independent of political revolutions. Because it is constituted by inborn qualities which render it indissoluble.

Foreign Country. A foreign country is any territory (including the air space, territorial waters, seabed, and subsoil) under the sovereignty of a government other than the United States2. It does not include U.S.2 possessions or territories.

National—Pertaining or relating to a nation as a whole. Bouv.

Naturalization—The act by which an alien is made a citizen of the United States of America.
The act of adopting a foreigner and clothing him with all the privileges of a native-born
A nation, or the sovereign who represents it, may grant to a stranger the quality of a citizen, by admitting him into the body of the political society. This is called naturalization.
It is believed that every state in the Christendom accords to foreigners , with more or less restrictions, the right of naturalization, and that each has some positive law or mode of its own for naturalizing the native-born subjects of other states, without reference to the consent of the latter for the release of the transfer of the allegiance of such subjects.
The fourteenth amendment to the federal constitution provides that “all persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and of the state where in they reside.”

It affirms the ancient rule of citizenship by birth, within the territory, in the allegiance, and under the protection of the country, including all children here born of resident aliens, with the exception of the children of foreign sovereigns or their ministers, … children of members of the Indian tribes owing direct allegiance to their several tribes
At common law a natural-born subject included every child born in England of alien parents… It made no difference whether the parents were permanently or only temporary residing in England.
By act of April 14, 1802, congress has conferred power to naturalize upon state courts having common-law jurisdiction and a seal and clerk.
the certificate of naturalization issued by a court of competent jurisdiction is conclusive proofof the citizenship of the person named therein. ..though not the only proof. The judgment of thecourt, like every judgment, has been decided to be complete evidence of its own validity.
When no record can be produced showing the naturalization of a foreigner, naturalization may be inferred form the fact that for a lone time he voted, held office, and exercised all the rights and privileges of a citizen.

Allegiance—The tie that binds the citizen to the government, in return for the protection which the government affords him.

Natural allegiance is that which results from the birth of a person within the territory and under obedience of the government.

At common law, in England and America, natural allegiance could not be renounced except by permission of the government.

Expatriation—The voluntary act of abandoning one’s country and becoming the citizen or subject of another.
…the act of July 27, 1868, which declares the right of expatriation to be the inherent right of all people, disavows the claim made by foreign states that naturalized American citizens are still subjects of such states, and extends to such naturalized citizens, whine in foreign countries, the same protection accords to native-born citizens. Since the passage of this act, the United States has entered into treaties with nearly all the nations of Europe by which the contracting powers mutually concede to subjects and citizens the right of expatriation on conditions and under qualifications.

So, for you Moorish Americans, there is no expatriation because you cannot or are not entitled to be citizens of the United States because you are not entitled to their rights. Yaaee,,, Why, because you are Supra – Above and Over! You are not subject to it, You are of the sovereignty of the land. You do not get permission from that which is beneath you, you control it as it must only exist for your benefit!

COUNTRY. By country is meant the state of which one is a member.
Every man’s country is in general the state in which he happens to have been born, though there are some exceptions. See Domicil; Inhabitant. But a man has the natural right to expatriate himself, i. e. to abandon his country, or his right of citizenship acquired by means of naturalization in any country in which he may have taken up his residence. See Allegiance; Citizen; Expatriation. in another sense, country is the same as pais. (q. v.) Bouv.

So these “Negros” who took over, tried to expatriate by drawing up a declaration of independence, which was not honored, thus years later about 1898, they drew up the declaration of white independence which was also denied.

‘White Declaration of Independence’

“First That the time has passed for the intelligent citizens of the community owning 90% of the property and paying taxes in like proportion, to be ruled by negroes.

“Second That we will not tolerate the action of unscrupulous white men in affiliating with the negroes so that by means of their votes they can dominate the intelligent and thrifty element in the community, thus causing business to stagnate and progress to be out of the question.

“Third That the negro has demonstrated by antagonizing our interest in every way, and especially by his ballot, that he is incapable of realizing that his interests are and should be identical with those of the community. …

[Note: they left the Fourth out?]

“Fifth That we propose in the future to give to white men a large part of the employment heretofore given to negroes …

“Sixth We are prepared to treat the negroes with justice and consideration in all matters which do not involve sacrifices of the interest of the intelligent and progressive portion of the community. But are equally prepared now and immediately to enforce what we know to be our rights.

“Seventh That we have been, in our desire for harmony and peace, blinded both to our best interests and our rights. A climax was reached when the negro paper of this city published an article so vile and slanderous that it would in most communities have resulted in the lynching of the editor. We deprecate lynching and yet there is no punishment, provided by the courts, adequate for this offense. We therefore owe it to the people of this community and of this city, as a protection against such license in the future, that the paper known as the “Record” cease to be published and that its editor [Alexander Manly] be banished from this community.”

JURY. A body of men selected according to law, for the purpose of deciding some controversy.
This mode of trial by jury was adopted soon after the conquest of England, by William, and was fully established for the trial of civil suits in the reign of Henry II. Crabb’s C. L. 50, 61. Bouv.
[C]ongress must be considered in two distinct characters. In one character as legislating for the states; in the other, as a local legislature for the district. In the latter character, it is admitted, the power of levying direct taxes may be exercised; but, it is contended, for district purposes only, in like manner as the legislature of a state may tax the people of a state for state purposes. Without inquiring at present into the soundness of this distinction, its possible influence on the application in this district of the first article of the constitution, and of several of the amendments, may not be altogether unworthy of consideration. [Loughborough vs Blake, 15 U.S. (5 Wheat.) 317 – 5 L.Ed. 98 (1820)]
Uniform Probate Code, Section 1-201(40) defines a federal state: Any state of the United States2, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and any territory or possession subject to the legislative authority of the United States.
IRC 4612(a)(4)(A): (A) In General. — The term “United States” means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, any possession of the United States, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. .

IRC 6103(b)(5): (5) State — The term “State” means —
(A) any of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Canal Zone, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

When reading the various acts of Congress which had declared various people to be “citizens of the United States”, it is immediately apparent that many are simply declared “citizens of the United States3while others are declared to be “citizens of the United States2, subject to the jurisdiction of the United States2.” The difference is that the first class of citizen arises when that person is born out of the territorial jurisdiction of the United States2 Government. 3A Am Jur 1420, Aliens and Citizens, explains: “A Person is born subject to the jurisdiction of the United States2, for purposes of acquiring citizenship at birth, if his birth occurs in territory over which the United States2 is sovereign …”


Where you born in a hospital? Do you have a birth certificate? If so,, you’ve been naturalized by aliens. If you be Moorish American, then those documents are null and void as to jurisdiction to the later.

“A great nation is not conquered until it is first destroyed from within”









Cherokee Timeline


deSoto “visits” the Cherokee and is supposedly one of the first whites seen by the tribe, although written descriptions of the tribe by the Spanish note the wide range of colors in the tribe, fromnegro” (black) to light skinned and “fair,” according to Moyano and Pardo.


1 Comment

  1. Diana Stanford-El said,

    October 27, 2010 at 2:48 am

    I appreciate the excellent breakdown on definitions and the distinct clearification on timelines. I really enjoyed the information. I am Muur of Cherokee decendant and have been studying. My welcome back HOME has been WONDERFUL I can’t say THANK YOU enough. I will recommed this site to others. Keep up the good work

    Your Sister


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