STATUTE 4

FREEDOM

 

We The People Must Know That By Nature We Are A Free People And Are Neither Slaves, Nor Involuntary Servants To Any, Save Ourselves And Only In The Case Of A Punishment Of A Crime Whereof The Party Shall Have Been Duly Convicted By A Court And A Jury Of His Or Her Peers, That Is, A Member Of The Yamasi Tribe Of Indigenous Americans, The United Nuwabian Nation Of Moors. All Of Which Are, And Are Their Only Peers Being Of The Same Genetic Historical And Indigenous Origin. The Word Peer According To The American Heritage Dictionary Means:

peer2 (pir) n. 1. A person who has equal standing with another or others, as in rank, class, or age: [Middle English, from Old French per, equal, peer, from Latin par]

The American Heritage Dictionary And Its Meaning Is Not As Important As Their Meaning. The Meaning Of The Word Is Found In The Root Of The Word, And It Means “Equal”. We Are Not All Equal In The U.S.A. So My Peers Would Have To Be Equal To Me, Of My Own Race, And Tribal Status. As Free Minds, We Must Begin To Think As Free People And Our Minds Will Ensure Us Our Bodily Freedoms. We Must Reinforce In The Minds Of Our Children, That They Were Never In Servitude Or Slavery But Rather A Victim Of The Heinous Crimes Of Murder, Kidnap, Massacre, Rape, Brainwashing, Holocaust, Mass Genocide, And Illegal Experimentation, By Those Who
Claimed To Have Our Best Interest In; Mind.

However, We Are Persons Born Or Naturalized In These United States And Have Become “Subject” To The Jurisdiction Thereof As “Citizens”, And Of The State Wherein We Reside, And No State Shall Make Or Enforce Any Law Which Shall Abridge The Privileges Or Immunity Of The Yamasi Moors “Citizens” Of This United States, Nor Shall Any State Deprive These Persons Of Life, Liberty, Or Property That Is Theirs By Right. Nor To Deny Any Of These Persons Or Person Within Its Jurisdiction The Equal Rights And Protection Of The Laws Of These United States, Which Up To Date, In Our Case, Has Not Been Acted Upon Fairly.
According To The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights (Adopted By UN General Assembly Resolution 217A (III) Of 10 December 1948 A.D.) Article Two States:

“Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.”

These United States Must Know And Realize That We, The Yamasi Tribe Of Indigenous Americans, The United Nuwabian Nation Of Moors Are Not Slaves, Seeking Fundamental Freedoms That Are Naturally Born In Us By Nature. Nor Do We Seek Retribution For The
Crimes Perpetrated Against Us, But Simply That The Constitutional Laws Of The U.S. And Its Amendments Be Respected, As Well As, The Treaties And Declaration That Entitles Us To Our Freedom From Oppression Of A Government That We Feel Does Not Have Our Best Health, Safety, And Interest In Mind. A Prisoner Is Only Imprisoned Insofar As He Or She Accepts His Or Her Imprisonment. You Do Not Seek Rights That Are Already Yours. We Are A Free And Sovereign People. This Fact Is Backed By The Second Paragraph Of The Preamble Of The International Convention On The Elimination Of AH Forms Of Racial Discrimination, Where It States:

“Considering that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaims that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights and that everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set out therein, without distinction of any kind, in particular as to race.
colour or national origin.”

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