In 1676 A.D., The Europeans nations that arrived in New England (North America) described the Aboriginal-Americans (Moors) to be BLACK AS GYPSIES (E-GYPTIANS). 1763 A.D., On October 7, 1763, King George R., of Great Britain's, Treaty with the Indigenous People (Indians) regarding land acquisitions and demarcation lines in America. The FOUR Colonies distinct and separate governments are called Quebec, East Florida, West Florida and Grenada. 1774 A.D., On October 20, 1774, British-American subjects of the British Empire form the First United Stated of America perpetual Constitutions in the Thirteen Colonies called, “The Articles of Association”” recognized Moors as Moors not Negroes or Black-A-Moors. It is historically noted that in 1775 A.D., The first President of the Untied States of America under the Articles of Confederation was John Hanson, alleged Moor, a Maryland Shanwnee Native American patriot who fought in the American Revolution.
In 1787 A.D., Assisted by England, Scotland, Ireland, Netherlands, France, Germany, Finland and Sweden the United States of America ended their war with the Moors (Moroccan Empire) and signed the Treaty of Peace and Friendship with the Emperor Mohammed III (Moorish-Mason). The aforementioned treaty is the longest unbroken treaty in the history of the United States. On December 1, 1789, The Ninth President of the United States George Washington apologizes to his Masonic Brother Emperor Mohammed III, for not sending the regular advises (tribute: a payment by one ruler or nation to another as acknowledgment of submission or price of protection, excessive tax). Also, President Washington asked the Emperor to recognize their newly formed government. The Moroccan Empire (Moors) was the first nation to recognize the thirteen colonies as a sovereign nation.
Allegedly the Emperor agreed to their recognition because 25 Moors were members of the first Continental Congress. The Continental Congress and the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship Turbulence ruled the early years of the United States of America. The new country continued the fight for freedom against the powerful British Empire. The central government of this new nation, the Continental Congress, negotiated through the limitations designed to keep the federal government from developing into a system with the same faults as the one they were seeking to escape. However, at this time, our country’s leaders included the very men schoolchildren learn about in their first American History classes.
With figures like Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams involved in shaping the base for the country of the United States of America, the expectations and accomplishments are boundless for the country of Morocco, a similar success story, Sultan Sidi Muhammad Ben Abdullah, worked to develop a sound foundation for his country. Sultan Abdullah sought diplomatic and economic alliances to establish relationships with the naval powers and foreign traders influencing the Mediterranean Sea. Sultan Abdullah, finding the new American nation as an optimal partner for economic growth and political friendship, extended the olive branch to the new American diplomat, Benjamin Franklin.
Completely unknown at the time, this offer of friendship would become the first contact for a relationship that lasts to this day. The Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship overcame many obstacles initially, but today it is the longest standing foreign relations treaty for the United States of America. Before the development of the Morocco-American Treaty of Friendship, several key factors affected the process for formalizing the relationship and establishing a diplomatic and economic relationship between the two countries. Having a large impact on the efforts to develop this treaty, was the continued involvement of the United States government in their fight for independence from the British Empire. Next, the French crown advised Benjamin Franklin to ignore the inquiries of the Moroccan Consul on this matter. These issues delayed the response of the United States, resulting in a strain between the two countries before establishing a relationship. Sultan Abdullah’s first inquiry toward an economic treaty with the United States occurred in December of 1777 through a letter sent to Benjamin Franklin, at the time based in Paris as an American Diplomat to France. At the same time, the future of the United States as a country remained completely in doubt.
Only a few months earlier, General Howe’s troops forced the Continental Congress to flee Benjamin Franklin’s home town of Philadelphia for York, Pennsylvania. In the same month as Sultan Abdullah’s first inquiry, General Washington was establishing his winter base in Valley Forge. To compound the problems of establishing a relationship between the Moroccan and American governments, concerns arose about Etienne D'Audibert Caille, the consul appointed by Morocco to establish a relationship with the United States. As the Moroccan Consul in this matter, Caille initialized contact through a letter to Benjamin Franklin in Paris. Franklin initially ignored this communication based on advice from the French officials4, “it was not safe to have any correspondence with him.” Caille continued his efforts to establish a relationship with the United States by sending a second letter to Franklin in February of 1778; eventually Caille attempted another route to the United States government, the American diplomat in Madrid, John Jay. After alack of response based on the letter to Jay, Caille eventually sent a letter directly to the Continental Congress of the United States Samuel Huntington, the president of the Continental Congress, acknowledged the receipt of Caille’s letter.
“I have lately received a Letter from an Officer, Consul under the Emperor of Morocco in Behalf of the Emperor inviting these United States to trade in his Ports, and giving Assurances that they may & shall enjoy all Privileges of any maritime Power, and that he is disposed to enter into a Treaty of Commerce with us.” Huntington followed the United States Continental Congress's acknowledgement of Caille's letter with a response advising that the United States “receive with much Pleasure the Intimation of the generous and Princely Intentions of his Majesty the Emperor of Morocco”. However, this was not the end of the delays for the development of this relationship. It took nearly three years for the US to take the next step, when Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay petitioned Congress to: “write in the name of the United States, to the Emperor of Morocco, a letter by which their characters and interest may be so materially affected; and to take such measures thereon, as may be proper and consistent with the interest of the said states.” French officials, “it was not safe to have any correspondence with him.” Caille continued his efforts to establish a relationship with the United States by sending a second letter to Franklin in February of 1778; eventually Caille attempted another route to the United States government, the American diplomat in Madrid, John Jay.
After a lack of response based on the letter to Jay, Caille eventually sent a letter directly to the Continental Congress of the United States. Samuel Huntington, the president of the Continental Congress, acknowledged the receipt of Caille’s letter.“I have lately received a Letter from an Officer, Consul under the Emperor of Morocco in Behalf of the Emperor inviting these United States to trade in his Ports, and giving Assurances that they may & shall enjoy all Privileges of any maritime Power, and that he is disposed to enter into a Treaty of Commerce with us.” Huntington followed the United States Continental Congress's acknowledgement of Caille's letter with a response advising that the United States “receive with much Pleasure the Intimation of the generous and Princely Intentions of his Majesty the Emperor of Morocco”.
However, this was not the end of the delays for the development of this relationship. It took nearly three years for the US to take the next step, when Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay petitioned Congress to: “write in the name of the United States, to the Emperor of Morocco, a letter by which their characters and interest may be so materially affected; and to take such measures thereon, as may be proper and consistent with the interest of the said states.” Even after these delays, the Congress fails to act on the petition by their European diplomats until May, 1784. Seven years after offering to establish a relationship with the new country, Sultan Abdullah’s patience ended. Pirates working under the banner of the Moroccan government seized an American vessel in October of 1784.
This action caused the United States Continental Congress to a decision point: “The depredations of those pirates unless speedily put an end to by making a treaty with them, may prove very injurious to the Commerce of the United States, Congress have taken such steps as they think will accomplish this desirable end.” Only months before this, unknown to Sultan Abdullah, the Continental Congress authorized Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and John Adams to frame a treaty between the United States and Morocco. The United States assigned Thomas Barclay to lead the negotiations with Morocco. Upon arriving in Marrakech, Morocco on June 19, 1786, Thomas Barclay and his Moroccan counterpart, Tahir Fannish, developed a treaty in a short time period. Sultan Abdullah sealed the treaty only four days after Barclay’s arrival. The Treaty of Marrakech became official after the Continental Congress ratified it on July 18, 1787. This treaty, seven years in the making, took only four days to negotiate.
Twenty-five articles, broken down into three major areas: signal passing, port practices, and trade practices, comprise the Treaty of Marrakech. The area of signal passing involved the different expectations and activities that should be reviewed when ships of the two countries meet in open waters, including the responsibilities for defending a partner under attack and the salvage rights on partner country soil. Port practices covered the handling of partner vessels while in port. This outlined re-supply, handling and repair practices for both merchant and wartime vessels. The final area of the treaty covered the treaty practices between the two nations.
This established the United States as ‘most favored nation’ status with Morocco, and outlined the rules and practices for merchants on both sides of the relationship. With the treaty established, the United States and Morocco began a relationship benefiting both countries, with the balance initially shifted toward the United States; however in recent years, the balance moved to the Moroccan side. Initially, the United States saw significance by providing a springboard for diplomatic relationships with other countries. Both countries used this as an economic growth opportunity for each country. After establishing the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship, or the Treaty of Marrakech, the relationship between the United States and Morocco has traveled through three different phases. The first of these phases is the Initial Relationship phase beginning with the signing of the Treaty of Marrakech by Thomas Barclay on June 23, 1786 and continued until the Moroccan nation became a protectorate of France in 1912. The second phase, the French Occupation phase, began in 1912 and ended in 1956. The third and current phase, the Post-Independence phase, began in 1956.
The initial phase of the relationship started on a fast pace. Only days after the signing of the treaty by Barclay in 1786, the negotiators continued to work and developed a Ship Seals agreement to coincide with the Treaty of Friendship. Following the establishment of the United States Constitution, George Washington sent a letter apologizing for the delays in communication between the United States and Morocco before the Treaty establishment: "...It gives me pleasure to have this opportunity of assuring your majesty that I shall not cease to promote every measure that may conduce to the friendship and harmony which so happily subsist between your empire and these. Within our territories, there are no mines of either gold or of silver, and this young nation, just recovering from the waste and desolation of a long war, has not, as yet, had time to acquire riches by agriculture and commerce. But our soil is beautiful, and our people industrious and we have reason to flatter ourselves that we shall gradually become useful to our friends.... may the Almighty bless your Majesty with his constant guidance and protection...” However, the death of Sultan Abdullah in early 1790 jeopardized the future of the Treaty of Friendship until Sultan Moulay Suliman communicated with James Simpson, the American Consul at Gibraltar:"….we are at peace, tranquility and friendship with you in the same manner as you were with our father who is in glory .… the Americans, I find, are the Christian nation my father most esteemed … I am the same with them as my father was and I trust they will be so with me ….With good relations thus reaffirmed.” Shortly after this communication, James Simpson became the American consul to Morocco, and opened the American Consulate in Tangiers in 1797.
1790 A.D., On Wednesday, January 20, 1790, A petition was presented to the House of Representatives from the Sundry (numerous) Free Moors, Subjects to the Prince under the Emperor of Morocco in Alliance with the United Stats of America. The Sundry Free Moors Act states that all Free Moors may be tried under the same Laws as the Citizens of (South Carolina) and NOT under the Negro Act. 1836, President Andrew Jackson worked out an indefinite extension on the Moroccan- American Treaty of Friendship. The initial phase of the Moroccan-American Treaty of Friendship ended in after the Treaty of Fez in 1912 determined set Morocco as a protectorate of France. Long before the development of this treaty, as early as the 1830s, the French began to show interest in the affairs of the country of Morocco. In 1857 A.D., The DRED SCOTT Case from the United States Supreme Court; holds that Africans [Moors] imported [captured in an undeclared war of enslavement]. Into this country [Territory of the United States and Several States] and SOLD as [perpetual} Slaves, were not included nor intended to be included under the word “Citizen” in the Constitution, whether emancipated or not, and remained without rights or privileges except such as those which the government might grant them. (See: Dred Scott v. Sandford.) The reason why Moors/Africans can not be U.S. Citizens because the Moroccan Empire has a business arrangement with the British Empire [European Corporate Contract Citizens Caucasian Men], The United States is a foreign European corporation conducting trade and commerce in foreign lands. (See: In Re Merrian’s Estate, 36 N.Y. 479, Affirmed in U.S. v. Perkins 163 U.S. 625.
"Fighting The Wrong Fight"
The United States of America was founded as a "Corporation Entity", not a nation for social and domestic principles. Everything about this nation was purposed for business transaction only, this is why you will never get what you wish for from this government. based on social and domestic desires.
1.) The 13% Black community fight for social and domestic opportunity(need services).
2.) The 72% White community fight for social and domestic equality(want more better services).
3.) The 15% Latino and immigrant community fight for citizenship(want legal rights to services).
But there is two groups of people that are not fighting so much and that is the "Jewish Community" and the "Asian Community". Why?...simply because they are economically sound(financially stabled)thru powerful business dealings over the history of time. These two communities always knew the what...the why and how things really worked in these here United States of America. The principle knowledge, understanding and wisdom was and is the corporate entity called the United States of America. When President Barack Obama took office he literally shut down this countries founding principle and redirected this nation into a social and domestic nation(all about the peoples welfare). But all the white male presidents before him knew the core principles were of corporate interest. Hillary Clinton was and is apart of this culture as well but she was not welcome in the core aspect of this corporate entity(white male rule or good ol boy network). Bernie Sanders is of the Jewish community but the the elite Jewish high arch was not ready for Bernie because he too is of the social and domestic cloth.
So the direct choice was Donald Trump, one who would rebuild the founding principle of this nation.....Making America Corporate Again...this is the meaning of making this nation great again. Many who voted for Donald Trump felt left out or simply did not like the "Clinton's" ....SIMPLE!!!!! The Corporate Entity was harden to return back to position, President Obama gave to many voices to....to many social and domestic principles. This is not welcome amongst the corporate entity of these here United States of America. President John F Kennedy laid out the principle when he stated...Ask not what your country can do for you....but ask what you can do for your "COUNTRY".
He was speaking to the terms of the "Corporate Entity" principles this nation was founded on. So how do you survive a "Trump" presidency....you cannot with your hand out(give me.....give me.....give me). You must establish yourself as to what this nation's principles are based on a corporate entity "A Hand In". Social and domestic minds beg and plead....give me....give me but the corporate mind..."Buy and Sell". So the question is., "What are you buying?" and "What are you selling?".....SIMPLE.
If you can't answer this question then you will suffer greatly, if you can answer this question than you have access to a vast level of wealth you never even dreamed of. GOD told Adam he was free to eat from any tree in the "Garden" except the tree of good and evil. That meant Adam was not given ownership of GODS great earth he was given access to GODS great wealth. This is called "Common Wealth",(common wealth means access) we keep thinking we are to have ownership.....No Ownership....Just Access People. So...to have access on earth means......."What Are You Buying" or "What Are You Selling". It's not about Social and Domestic Principles people wish to make it about. Like the "Jewish Community" and the "Asian Community"....it's about "ECONOMICS"!!!!!!!!