I am glad to know that I have a few faithful Moors among you all, and I desire for them to know the Truth, and the Divine Truth. There is a host of Jealousy, about Me, and the Movement now by the same people of our side of the Nation that claim that I was only a joke and unreal; But now since they have found out from the Government Officials and the Nations of the Earth, that this is the only Soul Foundation, that all Asiatics must depend upon, for their Earthly Salvation as American Citizens, They are working every scheme that they can, to disqualify Me, so that they may take charge of the situation.
I have notified all these things to you, long ago in the past. It is through the faithful Moors that attribute to the Movement and Uplifting Funds, the ones that paid their Divine respect to me and the Movement; will be remembered. That is why I am calling upon all faithful Moors, to increase their faithfulness to Me Your Prophet, and Your Divine Moorish Movement.
I need finance, and I need it badly. Never before have I needed Finance so badly, as I do at present, so I can shove aside the Discord, that is facing the Nation. It all comes through Jealousy, Because of My Fame and Nobility. The Nations of the World will not recognize the movement, without I, The PROPHET, being Head. It has been proven by my works, which I have performed in the past few years. Noble Drew Ali
The public wealth of a state or government, considered either statically(as the property or money which a state now owns) or dynamically, (as its income,revenue, or public resources.) Also the revenue or wealth of an individual. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
A long term profit planning that gets more profit and solves problems that exist. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
1. A bench or seat; the bench or tribunal occupied by the judges; the seat of judgment; a court. The full bench, or full court; the assembly of all the judges of a court A “sitting in bank” is a meeting of all the judges of a court usually for the purpose of hearing arguments on demurrers, points reserved, motions for new trial, etc., as distingished from the sitting of a single judge at the assises or at nisi prius and from trials at bar. But, in this sense, banc is the more usual form of the word. 2. An institution, of great value in the commercial world, empowered to receive deposits of money, to make loans, and to issue its promissory notes, (designed to circulate as money, and commonly called “bank-notes” or “bank-bills,”) or to perform any one or more of these functions. The term “bank” is usually restricted in its application to an incorporated body ; while a private individual making it his business to conduct banking operations is denominated a “banker.” Hobbs v. Bank, 101 Fed. 75, 41 C. C. A. 205; Kiggins v. Munday, 19 Wash. 233, 52 Pac. 85G; Rominger v. Keyes, 73 Ind. 377; Oulton v. Loan Soc., 17 Wall. 117, 21 L. Ed. 018; Hamilton Nat. Bank v. American L. & T. Co.. 00 Neb. 67, 92 N. W. 190; Wells, Fargo & Co. v. Northern Pac. R- Co. (C. C.) 23 Fed. 469. Also the house or place where such business is carried on. Banks in the commercial sense are of three kinds, to-wit: (1) Of deposit; (2) of discount ; (3) of circulation. Strictly speaking, the term “bank” implies a place for the deposit of money, as that is the most obvious purpose of such an institution. Originally the business of banking consisted only in receiving deposits, such as bullion, plate, and the like, for safe-keeping until the depositor should see fit to draw it out for use, but the business, in the progress of events, was extended, and bankers assumed to discount bills and notes, and to loan money upon mortgage, pawn, or other security, and, at a still later period, to issue notes of their own, Intended as a circulating currency and a medium of exchange, instead of gold and silver. Modern bankers frequently exercise any two or even all three of those functions, but it is still true that an institution prohibited from exercising any more than one of those functions is a bank, in the strictest commercial sense. Oulton v. German Sav. & L. Soc., 17 Wall. 118, 21 L. Ed. 618; Rev. St U. S. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
Governing your city by affidavit. empress light tajiri bey
A government takes over a privately owned corporation, industry, and resource, often without compensation, but sometimes with. (1) Preventing unfair exploitation and large-scale labor layoffs, (2) Distributing income from national resources fairly, and (3) retaining the ability to generate wealth in public control are all typical reasons for nationalization. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
BILL AT DEBT
An ancient term including promissory notes and bonds for the payment of money. Com. Dig. “Merchant,” F. 2. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
BILL AND HOLD
When the goods bought are not owned until a certain date agreed to by the seller and buyer. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
An offer of money; the act by which one produces and offers to a person holding a claim or demand against him the amount of money which he considers and admits to be due, in satisfaction of such claim or demand, without any stipulation or condition. Salinas v. Ellis. 26 S. C. 337, 2 S. E. 121; Tompkins v. Batie. 11 Neb. 147, 7 N. W. 747. 38 Am. Rep. 361 ; Holmes v. Holmes. 12 Rarb. (N. Y.) 144; Smith v. Lewis. 26 Conn. 110; Noyes v. Wyckoff, 114 N. Y. 20-1, 21 N. E. 158. Tender, in pleading, is a plea by defendant that he has heen always ready to pay the debt demanded, and before the commencement of the action tendered it to the plaintiff. and now brings it into court ready to be paid to him. etc. Brown. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
TENDER OF PAYMENT
An offer that is without conditions to pay a debt that is lieu of the actual payment. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
A written or printed declaration or statement of facts, made voluntarily, and confirmed by the oath or affirmation of the party making it, taken before an officer having authority to administer such oath. Cox v. Stern, 170 111. 442, 48 N. E 900, 62 Am. St Rep. 3S5; Hays r. Loomis, S4 111. 18. An affidavit is a written declaration under oath, made without notice to the adverse party. Code Civ. Proc. Cal. Black’s Law Dictionary 2nd edition
State for the Original indigenous Union Address
Below study and review economic past actions of the U. S. CORPORATION
The date September 24, 1869 when speculators tried to corner the gold market. This started a panic and a depression resulted.
The three mondays in three Octobers over 68 years that the Dow Jones plunged causing world wide losses. October 28 1929, October 19 1987, and October 27 1997 are the mondays mentioned.
The day October 29, 1929 that was the end of the market crash. Refer to black thursday.
The day October 24, 1929 when the stock market crashed. Refer to black tuesday.
Constitution of United States of America Section 10 Powers Denied States
- Clause 1 Treaties, Coining Money, Impairing Contracts, etc.
- No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.
Noble Drew Ali and Moorish Science Temple of America 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. te king