sovereign moroccan moors to redeem U.S. Citizens from debte using gold backed dollarium

moorish morocco national flag

how to discharge all debte

gold backed moorish dollarium (only valid when signed by moroccan sovereign heir or heiress)

“valid (adj.) 1570s, “having force in law, legally binding,” from French valide (16c.), from Latin validus “strong, effective, powerful, active,” from valere “be strong” (from PIE root *wal- “to be strong”). The meaning “sufficiently supported by facts or authority, well-grounded” is first recorded 1640s.” Source: etymonline

money and liens work together

containers with consumable goods held at shipping port 2021!

consumables (n.) “articles of consumption, consumable commodities,” 1766, from noun use of consumable. source: etymonline

“A commodity is a basic good used in commerce that is interchangeable with other goods of the same type. Commodities are most often used as inputs in the production of other goods or services. The quality of a given commodity may differ slightly, but it is essentially uniform across producers.”

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*Noble Drew Ali and the Moorish Science Temple of AmericaInc. are de jure government for all Moroccan heirs and heiresses in northgate Amexem/America/Morocco and its citizens. Moroccans who return to the international laws for Morocco and its treaties which are the supreme law for the lands, are the ministers and consuls to enforce international law according to AA222141 (TITLE 22 FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTERCOURSE), 1880 Treaty at Madrid (Right of Protection in Morocco), article III (courts) mentioned in the Constitution of the United States of America, the Act of Algercias, Geneva Convention and all Morocco Treaties.

this information is reported as article III court moroccan law, public notice, news, study, research and higher learning for community improvement throughout the world. all Morocco state government rights reserved. te king

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