What is Nationality? 

According to the legal definition of NATIONALITY from Blacks Law Dictionary:

  1. Nationality determines our political status in the government in which we live.

  2. The law recognizes the quality or character of an individual only arises from him or her having a nationality.

  3. Therefore, whenever we see “nationality”, let us think: NATIONALITY = POLITICAL STATUS

What is political Status? 
Why is it important to have Whole Political Status ?
  1. The general law does not apply the same to everyone.

  2. The term STATUS is primarily applied to people who have a special circumstance or condition that prevents the general law (i.e., like the Constitution) from applying to them in the same way it applies to ordinary people.

  3. A STATUS is defined as the rights and duties you possess, or, fail to possess as a citizen. 

  4. Therefore, wherever we see the term STATUS, let us think: STATUS = RIGHTS and DUTIES.

Why do we need a Nationality ?
  1. Moorish nationality secures us full political and civil rights by operation of law. The terms: Negro/ African American mean one who is civilly dead in the eyes of the law. Why don’t BLACK LIVES MATTER? — What is already legally dead cannot be harmed or killed. Ignorance of the law is no excuse.

  2. Reclaiming our Moorish nationality puts us in compliance with the Constitutional Standard of Law. The 3/5th’s clause in Article I of the Constitution has never been changed. It was adopted to discount “Negro’s” as full human beings for the purpose of representation in this government. But it was only effective because there is no Negro race attached to the human family. Moorish nationality puts us on equal footing with all true citizens.

  3. The term African American is still legally equivalent to “Black/Negro”. That is why “Black / African American” is the only racial category legally defined as NOT BEING an “original people”. See federal form SF-181. Fortunately, under United States Federal law, racial designations may be changed at will. You may correct your status on the 2020 United States Census (held every 10 years).

  4. Nationality ties us to our forefathers heritage, culture, land, and historical contributions to world progress. It provides a historical basis for collaboration among its members that is based upon moral, spiritual, social and economic expectations — otherwise known as “free national standards“.

  5. Nationality creates a “psychological glue” that binds a people to sentiments of mutual esteem, respect and affection. It enacts a positive form of “group-think” among bearers that becomes a competitive force leading them to seek and promote each others happiness and prosperity. In other words, you become a team. All other national groups know and practice this, because racism is a team sport.

  6. Nationality determines our political status in this government when we use it as a basis for economic and political collaboration. Claiming our nationality puts us in harmony with the divine creed and principles of our forefathers, that will in part cause us to become law-abiding citizens.

What are political rights and why do we need them?

 

According to the legal definition of POLITICAL RIGHTS from Blacks Law Dictionary:

Political rights allow you to form or administer the government. This is because the US Constitution guarantees each state has a REPUBLICAN form of government. This simply means you are supposed to be forming and administering the government by telling your representatives what to do.

Therefore, wherever we see the term POLITICAL RIGHTS, let us think: POLITICAL RIGHTS = RIGHTS TO FORM OR ADMINISTER GOVERNMENT TO OUR OWN BENEFIT

Putting it all together:

  1. NATIONALITY = POLITICAL STATUS

  2. STATUS = RIGHTS and DUTIES

  3. POLITICAL RIGHTS = RIGHTS TO FORM OR ADMINISTER GOVERNMENT TO OUR BENEFIT

  4. Therefore: NATIONALITY = TO HAVE THE RIGHTS and DUTIES TO FORM OR ADMINISTER GOVERNMENT TO OUR BENEFIT

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STATUS. The status of a person is his legal position or condition. Thus, when we say that the status of a woman after a decree m'.3l for the dissolution of her marriage with her husband has been made, but before it has been made absolute, is that of a married wo- man, we mean that she has the some legal rights, liabilities, and disabilities as an order- nary married woman. The term is chiefly applied to persons under disability, or persons who have some peculiar condition which prevents the general law from applying to them in the same Wav as it does to ordinary persons. Sweet. See Barney v. Tourteliotte, 138 Mass. 108: De la Montanyn v. De la Monlanya, 112 Cal. 115. 44 Pac. 345. 32 L. R. A. 82. {:3 Am. St. Rep. 165; Dunham v. Dunham, 57 Ill. App. 497.

There are certain rights and duties, with cert"LiI'i capacities and incapacitics to take rights and incur duties, by which persons, as subjects of law, are variously determined to certain classes. The rights, duties, capaoitios, or inca- pacities which determine a given person to any of these ciasses, constitute a condition or status W‘l61i3“'lilClIi the person is invested. Anst. Jur.

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