Letter From George Washington
To The Sultan Of Morocco 1789
The letter to the Sultan of Morocco, from President George Washington is one of the favorites amongst the Documents of American History, as it clearly indicates the newly formed “United States of America”, under the first Masonic President, George Washington, was subordinate to and dwelling on the dominions of the Moroccan Empire. Anything other than that holds no standing, as to why George Washington would write a letter as such to the Sultan of Morocco. It indicates without contradiction that the Moors were in the superior position, that George Washington was the newly appointed President of the United States of America in the North American Continent, under the rule and Dominion of the Sultan of Morocco.