By Dr. Asaru Alim El-Bey
What do Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Sean Bell, Amadou Diallo, Oscar Grant, Malcolm Ferguson, Nicholas Heyward, Patrick Moses Dorismond, Ousmane Zongo, Tim Stansbury, Tamon Robinson, Kimani Gray, Kendrick McDade, Timothy Russell, Malissa Williams, Ervin Jefferson, Orlando Barlow, Aaron Campbell, Victor Steen, Steven Eugene Washington, Alonzo Ashley, Wendell Allen, James Brissette, Ronald Madison, Travares McGill and etc… all have in common? They all were ‘unarmed’ brutally murdered by the police. They all were classified as ‘Black’ and they all believed they were U.S. citizens! In all cases, it is ‘WRONG’!
Melanated people have been branded with several names (artificial persons) by the U.S. corporation over the last hundred years… in the 1900’s we were called ‘Negroes’, by the 1930’s we were called ‘Coloreds’, by the 1960’s we were called ‘Blacks’ and by the 1990’s we were called “African-Americans”. Since, the ‘alleged’ end of ‘slavery’, seemingly, every 30 years there is a continuous cover up of nationality (denationalization). We are the ONLY people on the planet Earth in the last 100 years to change our names (artificial labels) 4 times. A hundred (100) years ago, the people in Europe were called Europeans, the people in China, were called Chinese, the people in Japan were called Japanese, the people in Africa were called Africans and etc… We are the ONLY people on the planet, here in North America using “artificial labels” given to us.
According to the Negro Law of South Carolina…Sec 4. The term 'negro' is confined to slave Africans and their descendants.
“BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY 4th Edition Deluxe” examines the definition of Negro. It means “black man”, and “one descended from the African race” (Africa has 53 countries that makes up the continent called Africa… There are 47 countries on the African continent, including the disputed territory of Western Sahara. However, the islands off the coast are also usually listed as African, bringing the total to 53. The island nations are Cape Verde, São Tomé and Príncipe, Madagascar, the Comoros, the Seychelles, and Mauritius… some counts 57 due to the disputed territories of the Western Sahara… 4 additional countries). This is three (3) different labels for on said race (ethnicity and nationality). This is extremely odd, since we have the last / baby of the races (Albions) attempting to classify their parents, i.e. the oldest race on the planet.
The “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY” is the most widely used law dictionary in the United States. It was founded by Henry Campbell Black. Now note Henry’s last name is ‘Black’ would this classify him as a “Black Person”? Note, “Black Person” by definition …must be taken in its GENERIC sense…
“ONLINE ETYMOLOGY DICTIONARY”, © 2010 Douglas Harper Word Origin and History for “Generic” adj. 1670s, "belonging to a large group of objects," formed in English from Latin gener-, stem of genus "kind" (see genus) + -ic. Sense of "not special, not brand-name; in plain, cheap packaging," of groceries, etc., is from 1977.
“THE DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN SLANG”, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D. Generic adj. Inferior; cheesy, grotty … Grotty means unpleasant and of poor quality.
So, the word Generic means not special, plain, cheap, poor quality and inferior… all in relationship to the word “Black Person”.
Now, let’s look at the definition in “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY” 4th Revised Edition of Color it states it’s an appearance, semblance, or simulacrum, as distinguished from that which is real…deceptive appearance; a plausible, assumed exterior, concealing a lack of reality; a disguise or pretext…The word also means the dark color (I was taught that you do not define a word with the same word?) of the skin showing the presence of negro blood; and hence it is equivalent to African descent or parentage. We have such groups still today the past tense of the word ‘Color’… it’s ‘Colored’. This group is called the National Association of the Advancement of ‘Colored’ People (N.A.A.C.P.).
Note the word ‘Negro’ definition did not commonly include ‘mulattoes’, however ‘Colored’ does… phrases as “colored persons”, “the colored races”, “colored men”, and the like, is used to designate negroes or persons of the African race, ‘including’ all persons of mixed blood descended from negro ancestry. However, there is no legal technical signification to the phrase “colored person” which the courts are bound judicially to know.
No legal technical signification…which the courts are bound judicially to know? Of course not…remember ‘Color’ in law means “distinguished from that which is real”. Hence, meaning false… if the court deals with truth and you are defined as false, then the court cannot possibly recognize you.
According to the “BLACK LAW DICTIONARY” Citizen…3. All natives are NOT citizens of the United States; the descendants of the aborigines, and those of African origin, are not entitled to the rights of citizens…That constitution does not authorize any but white persons to become citizens of the United States; and it must therefore be presumed that no one is a citizen who is not white.
Malcolm X (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz) said, "The common goal of 22 million Afro-Americans is respect as human beings, the God-given right to be a human being. Our common goal is to obtain the human rights that America has been denying us. We can never get civil rights in America until our human rights are first restored. We will never be recognized as citizens there until we are first recognized as humans." — "Racism: the Cancer that is Destroying America," in Egyptian Gazette (Aug. 25 1964).
These “artificial labels” transformed us into “Artificial Persons”. According to the “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY” Abridged Sixth Edition – Artificial persons. Persons created and devised by human laws for the purposes of society and government, as distinguished from natural persons. Corporations are examples of artificial persons…Corporation. An artificial person or legal entity created by or under the authority of the laws of a state. An association of persons created by statute as a legal entity.
Devised by human laws…How? By keeping us as chattel property. The French word ‘Chattel’ in English is ‘Cattle’. Note, includes animate’…property.
Consequently, being property made us “Civilitier Mortuus”. This is the reason Martin Luther King Jr. began fighting for “Civil Right”, because, we were dead in the eyes of the law. However, mid-way during the Civil Rights movement Martin began questioning as he told Harry Belafonte that “I fear, I am integrating my people into a burning house”.
“WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE: CHAOS OR COMMUNITY”
by Dr. Martin Luther King
“We’re approaching areas where the voice of the Constitution is NOT clear. We have left the realm of Constitutional Rights and we are entering the area of Human Rights.”
According to the “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY” 5th Edition…
DRED SCOTT case law of 1857, states, we are not U.S. citizen and nor will we ever be. This has NEVER been repealed and thus stands as law today. Therefore, based on this U.S. Supreme Court decision by Judge Taney, we will remain without rights or privileges, except, such and, those, which the so-called government might grant. One of these said privileges is ‘Voting’. This is the reason why every 25 years “Negro, Black and Colored” Voting Right (Privilege) Act (Bill) has to be signed by the President of the U.S. corporation. Lyndon B. Johnson did so in 1965. Ronald W. Reagan did so in 1982 and George H. W. Bush Jr. did so in 2006.
Whenever you hear the term “the Laws of the United States”, it is referring to the Treaty or Treaties (Treaties of Peace and Friendship) entered into prior to the establishment of the original “United States of America” or “Union States” (Corporations) and the American Constitution of 1791. It is NOT talking about the Municipal Corporation styled as the UNITED STATES inclusive of the acronyms U.S. and U.S.A. (1871).
We need to be “In-Full-Life”. According to “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY” 4th Edition… …Continuing in both physical and civil exist. What does ‘physical’ mean?
MALCOLM X SPEAKS ON CIVIL RIGHTS vs. HUMAN RIGHTS
“…Human Rights come before Civil Rights…You can never get Civil Rights, until you have Human Rights. Human Rights represent the Right to be Human Beings. Whenever, you are respected and recognized as a Human Being, your Civil Rights are automatic…
No! You have to get the recognition of Human Rights first…the Constitution … classified our people as 3/5 of a man, which meant sub-human, not a complete Human Being and once our Human characteristics were completely destroyed this gave them justification for treating us like we were animals. Then it also justified their selling us... If the Black man’s Human Rights been respected; he never could have been a slave here in America. And if, his Human Rights have been restored by the Emancipation Proclamation; automatically, we would have been citizens after the Civil War. So, we must be regarded as Humans! Our Human Rights must be respected, before, we can ever be regarded as citizens and our Civil Rights be respected!”
In other words, Malcolm (El Hajj Malik El Shabazz) was stating as long as Negroes, Blacks and Coloreds physically are not recognized as “Human Beings” and have “Human Rights” then it is not possible to have “civil rights”. We are still classified as 3/5th person…Masonic code for two of our senses were taken away… 1. Sight (Seeing) and 2. Hearing; leaving 3. Touch, Taste and Smell.
U.S. Constitution - Article 1 Section 2
(Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, and three fifths persons.)
How do we, those classified as three fifths persons / “Negro, Black and Colored, via, birth certificates make ourselves in-full-life? Answer: By declaring our Nationality. “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY 4th Deluxe Edition” Nationality: That quality or character which arises from a person belonging to a nation or state. Nation: usually inhabiting a distinct portion of the Earth... i.e., land.
“According to “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY 4th Deluxe Edition” Land, in the most general sense, comprehends any ground, soil, or earth whatsoever; as fields, meadows, pastures, woods, moors, waters, marshes, furzes, and heath.
Land is the foundation of nationality and the name ‘Moor’ symbolizes the birthright ties or heritage. In international law, negroes, blacks and coloreds in the said United States of America are listed as stateless, i.e., landless.
According to the “BLACK’S LAW DICTIONARY, SEVENTH EDITION,” Natural Person is Indigenous; Native; the original or natural inhabitants of a country; Of or relating to Birth/Natural Child…
According to “WEBSTER’S SEVENTH NEW COLLEGIATE DICTIONARY” defines Indi-genous – [LL indigenus, fr. L indigena, n., native, fr. OL indu, endo in, within (akin to L in and to L de down) + L gignere to beget] 1: produced, growing, or living naturally in a particular region or environment 2: INBORN, INNATE syn see NATIVE.
INTER-AMERICAN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE - Draft approved by the IACHR at the 1278 session held on September 18, 1995
SECTION ONE: 'INDIGENOUS PEOPLES'
Art. 1. Definition.
1. In this Declaration indigenous peoples are those who embody historical continuity with societies, which existed prior to the conquest and settlement of their territories by Europeans. (Alternative I) [, as well as peoples brought involuntarily to the New World who freed themselves and re-established the cultures from which they have been torn]. (Alternative 2) [, as well as tribal peoples whose social, cultural and economic conditions distinguish them from other sections of the national community and whose status is regulated wholly or partially by their own customs or traditions or by special laws or regulations.
2. Self identification as indigenous or tribal shall be regarded as a fundamental criterion for determining the groups to which the provisions of this Declaration apply.
“UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS” Adopted and proclaimed by the General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) of December 1948
Article 15. (1) Everyone has the right to a nationality (2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.
Excerpts from the UNITED NATIONS DECLARATIONS ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Every indigenous individual has the right to a nationality.
Indigenous peoples and individuals have the right to belong to an indigenous community or nation, in accordance with the traditions and customs of the community or nation concerned. No discrimination of any kind may arise from the exercise of such a right.
1. Indigenous peoples have the right to revitalize, use, develop and transmit to future generations their histories, languages, oral traditions, philosophies, writing systems and literatures, and to designate and retain their own names for communities, places and persons.
1. Indigenous peoples have the right to determine their own identity or membership in accordance with their customs and traditions. This does not impair the right of indigenous individuals to obtain citizenship of the States in which they live.
2. Indigenous peoples have the right to determine the structures and to select the membership of their institutions in accordance with their own procedures.
Therefore, it is imperative as so-called Negroes, Blacks, Coloreds and / or African-Americans to proclaim your nationality and your indigenous (tribal) status. Her Highness Empress Verdiacee 'Tiara' Washitaw (Washington) Tunica (Turner) Goston El-Bey of the Empire Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Mu'urs, states that nearly 85% of the so-called Negroes, Blacks, Coloreds and / or African-Americans immediate bloodline (lineage, heritage) is from the Indigenous people of the Americas, way before the so-called Mid-Atlantic Slave Trade (Middle Passage, Maafa) of 400 years ago. The following affidavits are needed to declare your nationality and indigenous status.
1. Nationality [Identification] Card (on hard plastic stock and lamination with water color marks and security marks)
2. Affidavit of Nationality
3. Affidavit of Citizenship
4. Affidavit of Truth
5. Affidavit of Facts
6. Affidavit of Revoking Power of Attorney
7. Affidavit of Common Law Name Correction
8. Affidavit of Common Law Non-Taxpayer Forms and Witnesses
9. Affidavit of Denial of Corporate Status
10. Baptismal Record of Live Claim Birth
All of these affidavits and a copy of your nationality card will go and get recorded at the Register of Deeds Office or registered at the Civil Filing section of the Superior Court.