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The Color of Black Citizenship
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Introduction

Is the term “citizen” being used today to generalize the phrases “colored persons,” “the colored race,” and “colored men” in the 14th Amendment? The term “colored” has been commonly used in America to designate Negroes or persons of the African race and those of mixed blood descended from Negro ancestry. In law, color is simulacrum, apart from that which is real, and prima facie, apparent right. Colored is not pedigree and have absolutely no relationship to the family of nations and international law, which are laws governing the legal relations between nations. “The color of black citizenship” is a phrase to describe descendants of the African race (the colored race) born in the United States who are clothed in the color of U.S. and State citizenship based on the 14th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States. The struggle for full civil rights and political rights on the part of black People in America and even worldwide is deeply convoluted in the social and political matrix of global economics and commerce.

The Issue of Status

Prior to 1865, various southern States regulated the institution of slavery (no freedom of action) by a body of laws, regulations, and statutes known collectively as the “black code.” After the Civil War, Congress enacted several Civil Rights Acts (Federal statutes) to implement the 13th and 14th Amendments and enforce basic personal and civil rights guaranteed by the Constitution. In order for one to be entitled to the enjoyment of full civil right, he or she must be a citizen i.e. a member of the political community under the Constitution and laws of the United States and among the several states. There are four ways to obtain citizenship: (a) by birth in U.S. territories (jus soli), (b) by birth in the United States, (c) by birth outside the U.S. to U.S. parents (jus sanguinis), and (d) by naturalization. In the case of the colored race (African race), they were and are not citizens of the United States and thus presented the first issue at law, “status.” Naturalization is the process in which an individual obtains nationality after birth and thus he or she is entitled to the privileges of U.S. citizenship. Citizenship is the status of being a citizen. Therefore, “citizen” is a status i.e. the legal relation of a person to the rest of society and ultimately the family of nations.

Nationality is the quality (social or civil position) of a person belonging to a nation or state. As part of a Nation, one exists in the form of an organized Jural Society rooted in jurisprudence for the recognition and protection Rights. It is within the sphere of the body politic (jural society) that the individual and the collective continue in both physical and civil existence (In Full Life). As part of a state, one permanently occupies a fixed territory held together by common-law habits and custom into a united body politic forged by covenant. Through the media of organized government, sovereignty, and control over all persons and things within territorial boundaries, the united body politic has the power to make war, peace, and enter into international relations with other communities around the planet Earth. Collectively, nationality is the determinative of a people’s political status and allegiance that arises either by birth or by naturalization. Political status pertains to an individual’s social position in the administration of government. Citizens are members of a political community and they owe allegiance to the dominion of a government in exchange for the promotion of their general welfare and the protection of individual and collective rights.

In retrospect, the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s re-dramatized the issue of Status. Despite the fact that in 1883 the Civil Rights Act of 1875 was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Civil Rights or Civil Liberties are personal and natural rights guaranteed and protected by the Constitution of the United States of America. However, the colored race was never intended to be constituent members of the political community of the sovereignty of the United States of America. The Supreme Court decision and ruling in 1857, Dred Scott v. Sanford, essentially declared that negroes of the African race did not belong to the family of nations and that the quality of nationality did not apply to negroes because they were subjects of commerce (chattel). Interestingly enough, a few years after the decision, in 1861, the Union and the Confederacy engaged in civil war, which was over commerce i.e. the transportation of persons, goods, and property by land and sea.

By proclamation of the Executive branch of government, President Lincoln proclaimed the perpetual freedom of slaves in 1863. And yet, Article 13 (Amendment 13) with its original 20 sections stipulated in section 12 that “…the descendants of Africans shall not be citizens.” This section backed the decision rendered by the Supreme Court, in the case of Dred Scott v. Sanford. The 14th Amendment is the civil rights and citizenship clause. Its purpose is to make citizens of those born or naturalized within the jurisdiction of United States. Congress shall have the power to enforce by appropriate legislation the articles of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments. Why? Because these articles were created for the regulation of commerce (i.e., persons, property, and goods) by sea, land, and air that are within the jurisdiction of the United States. Jurisdiction is the power of the courts to apply law, inquire into facts, make decisions, and declare judgment based on their geographic area of authority (air, land, and sea).

Conclusion

Is the term “citizen” being used today to generalize the phrases “colored persons,” “the colored race,” and “colored men” in the 14th Amendment? Yes. The general term for the colored race of African ancestry in America is “citizen” under the 14th Amendment. The Supreme Court decision of Dred Scott v. Sanford, in 1857, followed by the stipulation of section 12 of the original 13th Amendment with 20 sections, “…descendants of Africans shall not be citizens,” brings to question the Status of colored persons in America. For colored persons to be clothed a citizen under the 14th Amendment means that they have subjected themselves to the Jurisdiction (under wardship tenures) of the United States. In other words, citizens, namely colored persons, under the 14th Amendment are under wards of court i.e. minors, infants, and persons of unsound mind placed by the court under the watchful attention of a guardian. As you know, the word for guardian in the metu neteru is Neter or ntrw. Generally, Neter means GOD or Government Ordinance Departments. Who is your GOD "citizen?" Under wardship tenures, G.O.D. is playing the role of the Great Shepherd who watches over the shepherds fold. Congress has the power to enforce articles of the 13th, 14th, & 15th Amendments through appropriate legislation (contrary to court-made law). It is nationality that determines the political status of an individual and by proclaiming it and by actively engaged in changing and improving the social, economic, and political issues of one's political community can remedy the chronic issue of Status (standing at law) for the colored race. Proclaiming one's nationality is the sovereign spirit proclaiming indigenous patriotism, which is a state of mind (Nationalism). Unfortunately, citizens (colored persons), the United States exists in name only and has been operating De Facto since 1933. For all practical purposes past actions and state of affairs has been accepted; nonetheless, these actions and affairs are still illegal and illegitimate.


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Slavery was an institution that regulated the behavior and conduct of the fallen Moors (colored people) of the Great Chan Dynasty (Moorish Empire of the West, North Gate). The regulation of behavior and conduct was executed through the systematic enforcement of the “Black Code.”
  • To take away the humanity of a people is to remove them from the relatedness of the family of nations.
  • To reduce the mathematical and scientific contributions to world civilizations of a people to that of an ape or beast makes them incompetent and less duly qualified.
  • To insert a people in a social, political, and economic construct that diminishes autonomy alienates them and renders them non-self determined and less likely to internalize and integrate culturally endorsed values and behaviors as their own.
Competence, relatedness, and autonomy are the three basic psychological needs for personal and organizational health and well-being. If we nurture (ntrw) these psychological needs within our own sovereign-indigenous constructs (nations), ourselves, and our children then we can prevent alienation and begin to internalize and integrate values and behaviors for further transformation into happiness, divine love (9 x 13), and collective self-determination.


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My Argument

The 14th Amendment was passed by Congress on June 18, 1866 and later adopted on July 9, 1868. Section 1 of the 14th Amendment states that,

“All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.”

The first sentence above states that, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.” I will examine this complete thought or statement in the language of logic. The Argument, for example, is the solid expression of logical reasoning. The first thing I want to bring to mind is the linguistic qualifier, “All.” There are two types of general statements: (a) the universal statement and (b) the particular statement. The linguistic qualifier “All” attached to a complete thought (i.e., a sentence) is a universal affirmative thought or statement. In argument (e.g., debate), the transition from a universal statement to particular statement guarantees a necessarily true conclusion. However, the move in the other direction (i.e., from particular to universal) does not offer such guarantee. Therefore, knowledge of a part does not truly allow anyone to say anything concrete about the whole. For example, the 13th Amendment with its original 20 sections, section 12 states in part, “…and the descendants of Africans shall not be citizens.” Not to mention the Supreme Court decision on Dred Scott v. Sanford in 1857. All persons born OR naturalized in the United States…are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside is a disjunctive argument (A or B). This means that two components of a statement are mutually exclusive. For example, All persons born in the United States are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside or All persons naturalized in the United States are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside. All persons are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside either by the act of being delivered or expelled from the mother’s body, whether or not the placenta has been cut in the United States or All persons are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside by naturalization (i.e., via the legislative womb of the 14th Amendment). Both components of a disjunctive argument cannot be true. If one component is true, then the other component is false, and vice versa. The 14th Amendment is symbolic of the reproductive instrument of Osiris (Asar). His body was cut into 14 pieces. Thirteen out of the 14 pieces were found by Isis (Aset).

The next component in the Argument that I will present is the conjunctive argument (A and B). The conjunctive argument is mutually inclusive, meaning that for a statement to render a true conclusion both complete thoughts have to be true. Whereas, for a statement to render a false conclusion both complete thoughts have to be false. For example, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside” is a conjunctive argument considering that for all persons born (or naturalized) in the United States AND subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside. In order for this statement to render a true conclusion both sides of the conjunction (AND) must be true. You cannot isolate one side of the equation as false, while at the same instance regarding the other side as true. Both sides of the conjunction serves as a premise for the argument and two conclusions can validly follow from the premise. For example, “All persons born in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside” is the premise for the following two conclusions.
  • (A) Therefore, all persons born (or naturalized) in the United States thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.
  • (B) Therefore, all persons born (or naturalized) in the United States subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside.
Conclusion

Can the so called Negroes, Blacks, African-Americans, Coloreds, et cetera meet the criteria for citizenship and at the same instance shall not be citizens? Legally and lawfully, no. In the Dred Scott case, the United States Supreme Court decided that the descendants of Africans who were imported into the United States of America, and sold as slaves, were not included under the word "Citizens" in the Constitution, whether emancipated or not, and remained without rights or privileges except those that the government may grant them. Refer to Black's Law Dictionary, sixth edition, p. 495. The idea that “descendants of Africans shall not be citizens” renders it a negative statement. The linguistic qualifier “All (a sign of universality)” relative to the 14th Amendment attempts to universally affirm the legal notion that all persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof are citizens of the United States and the State wherein they reside. This is a source of illogical thinking on the part of the so called Negro to think that he or she can become citizens of foreign jurisdiction. Once again, in the context of LOGIC, “descendants of Africans shall not be citizens” is a negative statement. The conjunctive conclusion for so called Negro, Colored, African-American citizenship et cetera, relative to the 14th Amendment, is false because negating both A and B above contradicts what is stated in the premise relative to not being citizens in the first place. In Constitutional law, a subject is one who owes allegiance to a sovereign and is governed by its laws. This idea is rarely used in that context in countries that enjoy a Republican form of government, which is a Republic, body politic, commonwealth, or government of a jural society having the capacity of self-government regarding immediate concerns, yet an integral part (parcel) of a nation or government.


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Descendants of Africans who were imported in the United States of America (and sold as slaves) were not included under the word “Citizens” in the Constitution. Under-stand, inner-stand, and over-stand that the Constitution was ordained and established by We the People of the United States for (in behalf of) the United States of America. “We” is the nominative plural of the nominative singular “I.” In Algonquian language, Lenape or Lenabe means “the People.” They were known among other Algonquian speaking tribes as the Grandfathers (Mochamsa). The hereditary Lenape/Lenabe chiefs were known as Sachems and Sacamores (Saga-Moors, Sa (protection), Ka (spirit), Mer (light)). The conception and character of the United States of America was and is shaped by Constitution that sets into motion the basic principles for internal governance (bylaws); organizing, regulating, distributing, and limiting the functions of its different departments; and prescribes the manner of the exercise of sovereign powers. Like the Government of the Lenape/Lenabe (the People), the separation of powers for the United States of America are partitioned into three autonomous divisions as ordained and established in the first three of seven articles outlined in the Constitution. These are the three Powers of the planet Earth. As Below, so Above and everything in between. Dimension is but an illusion.
  • Article I (legislative Powers, Alnitaka).
  • Article II (executive Powers, Alnilam).
  • Article III (judicial Powers, Mintaka).


The three Powers of the planet Earth are cognizant of the belt of Orion in the Heavens. As you know, the three stars that make up the belt of Orion were stationed on the planet Earth, namely in the East (Gizah) and the West (Teotihuacan). The Gizah Pyramids in the Eastern hemisphere are position at the center of all the land masses; the same way that the belt of Orion is the fulcrum of the other surrounding four stars (Betelgeuse, Bellatrix, Rigel, and Saiph). The Teotihuacan Pyramids here in the Western hemisphere are positioned at 19.5 degrees North of the equator (knowledge of the Tetrahedron Science of Magnetism). The importation of African slaves to the United States of America is the act of bringing goods or merchandise from a foreign country. This is why descendants of Africans, who were imported in the United States of America and sold as slaves were not included under the word “Citizens” in the Constitution. Merchandise and goods are objects of trade and commerce. Men are created equal and they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights (e.g., life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness). Merchandise does not have inalienable rights, which are rights that are not capable of being surrendered or transferred (neither sold nor traded) without the consent of the one possessing such rights (e.g., life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness). The principle that men are created equal is the application of Isonomy (law equality). Mathematically and geometrically speaking, the pyramids of Gizah (e.g., Khufu, Menkare, and Khafre) may appear different in magnitude at glance, but all three pyramids were erected based on the universal law of 2PI, which is 6.28 radians i.e. 360 degrees. This particular mathematical law considers the radius of a circle in relation with its circumference. The circumference for each of the three Pyramids (Khufu, Khafre, and Menkare) relative to their individual height renders 2PI. Hence, all three Pyramids are created EQUAL in the framework of applied mathematics and geometry, despite their varied magnitudes and volumes at first glance. The inherent universal mathematical design of the Gizah complex became the basis for Human Isonomy, both mathematically and geometrically, as it applied to Men in the Declaration of Independence. Soon enough the world will know who were the Ancient Egyptians, the Grandfathers of Nation Building.

Remember, the mathematics of the seven lettered word NUWAUPU is 117, which is the product 13 x 9 = MC^2 = Energy (i.e., Light as a FORCE, Sound Right Reason). Remember, the Mathematical Science of Nation Building: Nine of the thirteen states shall suffice for the adoption of this Constitution. Refer to Article 7 of the Constitution.

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