Signal invoking the Law on Morocco land “America”!

moroccan empire national flag

know your country of origin and know your flag. america is morocco.


country in northwest Africa, from Italian, from Berber Marrakesh (properly the name of the city of Marrakesh), from Arabic Maghrib-al-Aqsa “Extreme West.” Compare French Maroc, German Marokko. In English, the first vowel has been altered, apparently by influence of Moor. Related: Moroccan. Source etymonline

first and foremost declare your nationality. you must know you are not the product of bi-words, such as “Black, African American, Negro, Colored Person, etc.”. you are an aboriginal or indigenous american, if your origin is the america continent. the moorish american flag above belongs to you display it with honor.

the following examples pertain to policies being enforced by those Citizens and undeclared Moors. all moors have free will to exercise what works best for their own interest and well being.

overstand moor, your red ink pen is your “sword” and with it you will govern your vast estates.

moroccan declaring proclaiming his nationality and reserving all rights.

physical altercations are not necessary. invoke the law moor. refuse to sign or invoke treaties by stating such in red ink with your nationality. then serve certified national lien affidavits on policy enforcers and hybrid court systems. this will ensure peace and order. as a national, invoking jurisdiction is key to solving any disputes between you and the policy enforcers.

constitutionally, citizens of the United States owe allegiance to at least two sovereigns. Source Wikipedia

treason defined

tribal law

The U.S. federal government recognizes tribal nations as “domestic dependent nations”. Tribal sovereignty is a form of parallel sovereignty within the U.S. constitutional framework, constrained by but not subordinate to other sovereign entities.

There is at least one case of punishment for treason under tribal law. In 1992, the Tonawanda Band of Seneca convicted several members of treason, stripped their tribal membership, and sentenced them to permanent banishment from the Tonawanda Reservation for attempting to overthrow the traditional government. Source Wikipedia

carry these tools: moorish american i.d., red ink pen, treaty for peace and friendship, united nations articles 7 & 24, (original) constitution of the united states of america

click here for; treaty of peace and friendship

remember, as a aboriginal or indigenous moorish national, you are the government (“we the people”). your lowercase, all red ink signature on the affidavits you present is the superior article III court for the lands throughout morocco.

Federal tribunals in the United States are those tribunals established by the federal government of the United States for the purpose of resolving disputes involving or arising under federal laws, including questions about the constitutionality of such laws. Such tribunals include both Article III tribunals (federal courts) as well as adjudicative entities which are classified as Article I or Article IV tribunals. Some of the latter entities are also formally denominated as courts, but they do not enjoy certain protections afforded to Article III courts. These tribunals are described in reference to the article of the United States Constitution from which the tribunal’s authority stems. The use of the term “tribunal” in this context as a blanket term to encompass both courts and other adjudicative entities comes from section 8 of Article I of the Constitution, which expressly grants Congress the power to constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court of the United States. Source Wikipedia

tribunal (n.) early 15c., “a judgment seat,” from Old French tribunal “justice seat, judgment seat” (13c.) and directly from Latin tribunal “platform for the seat of magistrates, elevation, embankment,” from tribunus “official in ancient Rome, magistrate,” literally “head of a tribe” (see tribune). Hence, “a court of justice or judicial assembly” (1580s).

constitution of United States of america 1789 

in all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme court (article iii) shall have original jurisdiction. in all the other cases before mentioned, the supreme court (article iii) shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the congress shall make.

for nationality assistance:

contact Emperor Lamont Maurice El at: , this Consular Article III Court has experience with American Constitution and State case law.

contact empress light tajiri bey at: (note this consular article iii court accepts documents written lowercase english only & may use anciente spelling for words in red ink only)

contact Empress Sharon Tracey Gayle Bey at: (note this Consular Article III Court allows for the capitalization for words according to the rules for proper grammar, however does not accept any words in all cap letters as this may be considered a form of fraud to hypothecate resources from the aboriginal or indigenous heirs. Though your affidavits can be in black ink, your sovereign signature must be in red ink.)

as an aboriginal or indigenous heir or heiress you may also place your declared nationality documents on the public record using platforms like forthepublicrecord , , YouTube, Facebook, etc.

class action lawsuits

In a typical class action, a plaintiff sues a defendant or a number of defendants on behalf of a group, or class, of absent parties. This differs from a traditional lawsuit, where one party sues another party, and all of the parties are present in court. Although standards differ between states and countries, class actions are most common where the allegations usually involve at least 40 people who have been injured by the same defendant in the same way. Instead of each damaged person bringing his or her own lawsuit, the class action allows all the claims of all class members—whether they know they have been damaged or not—to be resolved in a single proceeding through the efforts of the representative plaintiff(s) and appointed class counsel. source: Wikipedia

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