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Temple, GA  30179

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U.N.N.M. Constitution

WARNING! 

To Any Euro-American or European And Or Other Peoples And Nations, Inclusive Of The United States, Know This!  To Violate Our U.N.N.M. Constitution Is To Violate "The Drafted Declaration Of The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples" E/Cn.4/Sub.2/1994/2/Add.l (1994) Part VII, Article 31 & 36, Drafted By The Working Groups At Its 11th Session And The Indigenous Peoples Earth Charter Which Was Adopted At The Kari Oca Conference, 25-30 May 1992 "United Nations". This Is A Communication To You!

This Constitution Is The Constitution Of The "United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors" (U.N.N.M.) And Was Drafted For The "Indigenous Peoples Of The Yamassee Tribe Of Native Americans, United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors, Guided By The Supreme Grand Master Nayya: Asaru Ankh Amun-EL, Maku, "Chief" Of The United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors-H.T.M. Today The Title Maku Is Mispronounced As Miku Or Miko. 

 

To Any Euro-American Or European, That Wishes To Violate This Constitution, Know This, A Constitution Is Defined In The Fourth Edition Of "Black's Law Dictionary" As Such:

 

"The Organic And Fundamental Law Of A Nation Or State, Which May Be Written Or Unwritten, Establishing The Character And Conception Of Its Government, Laying The Basic Principles To Which Its Internal Life Is To Be Conformed, Organizing The Government, And Regulating, Distributing And Limiting The Functions Of Its Different Departments, And Prescribing The Extent And Manner Of The Exercise Of Sovereign Powers. A Charter Of Government Deriving Its Whole Authority From The Governed." 

 

This Is The General Law Definition Of The Word Constitution. In American Law, It Is Defined As:

 

"The Written Instrument Agreed Upon By The People Of The Union Or Of A Particular State, As The Absolute Rule Of Action And Decision For All Departments And Officers Of The Government In Respect To All The Points Covered By It, Which Must Control Until It Shall Be Changed By The Authority Which Established It. And In Opposition To Which Any Act Or Ordinance Of Any Such Department Or Officer Is Null And Void."

 

So In American Law, The Constitution Was Agreed Upon By The People Of The Union Or Of A Particular State As The Absolute Power, Which Can Only Be Changed By The Authority Which Established It. We As Moors Did Contribute To The Making Of The Constitution Of The Union Or The United States Of America, Thus As Mentioned In The Definition Above, We As Moors Have The Authority And Power To Change And Abolish This Constitution. This Fact Can Be Observed By Abraham Lincoln's Own Words When He Challenged The American Jurist And The 5th Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney's (1777-1864 A.D.) Decision In The Dred Scott Case, Stating:

 

"Justice Taney, In Delivering The Majority Opinion Of The Court, Insists At Great Length That Moors Were No Part Of The People Who Made, And For Whom Was Made, The Declaration Of Independence, Or The Constitution Of The United States. "On The Contrary, Judge Charles Curtis (1860-1936 A.D.), In His Dissenting Opinion, Shows That In Five Of The Thirteen States, To Wit, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey And North Carolina, Free Moors Were Voters, And, In Proportion To Their Numbers, Had The Same Part In Making The Constitution That The White People Had. He Shows This With So Much Particularity As To Leave No Doubt Of Its Truth; And, As A Sort Of Conclusion On That Point, Holds The Following Language."

 

"The Constitution Was Ordained And Established By The People Of The United States, Through The Action, In Each State, Of Those Persons Who Were Qualified By Its Laws To Act Thereon In Behalf Of Themselves And All Other Citizens Of The State. In Some Of The States, We Have Seen, Moorish Persons Were Among Those Qualified By Law To Act On The Subject. These Moorish Persons Were Not Only Included In The Body Of 'The People Of The United States,' By Whom The Constitution Was Ordained And Established; But In At Least Five Of The States They Had The Power To Act, And, Doubtless, Did Act, By Their Suffrages, Upon The Question Of Its Adoption."

 

Justice Curtis 1857 Dissenting Opinion, Dred Scott Case, Also Lincoln-Douglas Debates

 

Our United Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors Constitution Is Authentic And Goes Into Affect As Of The Date Herein Inscribed, June 26, 1992 A.D. When This Constitution Was Drawn Up By The Draftee Maku: Nayya: Malachi Zodok York-El. If You Are In Agreement With This Constitution, Then Fill Out You 19-1 Naturalization Form, Only After Reading This Constitution In Its Entirety. (Refer To Scroll #360, Let's Set The Record Straight, And Scroll # 259, Message To The Nuwaubian Nation Of Moors).

To Any Other Peoples And Nations, Inclusive Of The United States, Know That To Violate Our Constitution Is To Violate "The Drafted Declaration Of The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples" E/Cn.4/Sub.2/1994/2/Add.l (1994) Part VII, Article 31 & 36, Drafted By The Working Groups At Its 11th Session And The Indigenous Peoples Earth Charter Which Was Adopted At The Kari Oca Conference, 25-30 May 1992 "United Nations".

 

"The Drafted Declaration Of The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples" E/Cn.4/Sub.2/1994/2/Add.l (1994) Part VII, Article 31 & 36, 

 

Article 31

 

"Indigenous peoples, as a specific form of exercising their right to selfdetermination, have the right to autonomy or self-government in matters relating to their internal and local affairs, including culture, religion, education, information, media, health, housing, employment, social welfare, economic activities, land and resources, management, environment and entry by non-members, as well as ways and means for financing these autonomous functions."

 

Article 36

 

"Indigenous peoples have the right to the recognition, observance and enforcement of treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements concluded with States or their successors, according to their original spirit and intent, and to have States honor and respect such treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements. Conflicts and disputes which cannot otherwise be settled should be submitted to competent international bodies agreed to by all parties concerned."