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Grand Sheik Taj Tarik Bey
Powerful Active Moors enforcing the Treaty & The Constitution
The word consul derives from the Latin word consulo which means 'to consult', because these officers consulted with the senate on administrative measures.
Black's Law Dictionary, 5th Edition (page 286):
Black's Law Dictionary, 8th Edition (page 948-949):
The North American continent is under binding international treaty law, i.e., the Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1836 between the United States of North America and the Moroccan Empire, which superseded the organic Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1787 between the United States of America and His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Morocco. This Treaty is proof of there being two (2) jurisdictions that are foreign to each other, and are operating at North America for the purpose of amity and commerce: (1) the United States Republic of North America and (2) the Moroccan Empire which is the home government of the land.
Whenever the aboriginal Moors are engaged in any form of commerce (trade, buying, selling, etc.) with the citizens of the United States, i.e., the foreign hybrid European colonists, there must be a consular jurisdiction available within the jurisdiction of either party to the Treaty in an event that there is a dispute or controversy per Articles 20 and 21 of such Treaty, which aver the following:
Article 20. If any of the citizens of the United States, or any Persons under their Protection, shall have any disputes with each other, the Consul shall decide between the Parties; and whenever the Consul shall require any Aid, or Assistance from our Government, to enforce his decisions, it shall be immediately granted to him.
Article 21. If a Citizen of the United States should kill or wound a Moor, or, on the contrary, if a Moor shall kill or wound a Citizen of the United States, the Law of the Country shall take place, and equal Justice shall be rendered, the Consul assisting at the Trial; and if any Delinquent shall make his escape, the Consul shall not be answerable for him in any manner whatever.
The Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1836 between the United States of North America and the Moroccan Empire authorized the United States to exercise their consular jurisdiction within the jurisdiction of the Moroccan Empire (Morocco) for the enforcement of the provisions of Treaty whenever their United States citizen had a dispute or controversy with a Moor. Thus, the United States established United States consular courts in Morocco. As of 1956, the United States relinquished their consular jurisdiction as shown in the below document starting at the bottom of page 1.
In like manner, Moors are also authorized by the same Treaty to exercise consular jurisdiction within the United States Republic jurisdiction to enforce Treaty obligations. Consular court is where Moors get their remedy!
Juris-diction means 'law-language' or 'right-speech'
If you are looking to exercise 'consular jurisdiction', then you MUST known the law language of your Treaty and the 'Foreign Policy' of the UNITED STATES (Inc.) regarding your Treaty.
Below is the 'Foreign Policy' of the UNITED STATES (Inc.) for all colorable law enforcement agencies, etc., operating de facto in Morocco at North-West Amexem / North American regarding all nationals that are foreign to the UNITED STATES (Inc.). The sole purpose of such 'Foreign Policy' is so that the UNITED STATES (Inc.) and its subsidiaries will be in full compliance with their Treaty obligations with other foreign nations, which includes the Moroccan Empire.
'Foreign Policy' came into effect as a result of the UNITED STATES (Inc.) giving up their extraterritorial jurisdiction in Morocco by Title 22 USC 141 - 143 being repealed, and by the United States consular courts in Morocco being abolished pursuant to Public Law 856, Act of August 1, 1956.
Treatise and Questionnaire
The below document is a treatise drafted by brother Taj Tarik Bey for all Moorish Americans that are looking to start or be part of a Moorish Consulate (Consular Court) for the purpose of exercise consular jurisdiction over the person and / or property - estate of Moorish Americans under their jurisdiction within the State republic jurisdiction where they retain their rightful reversionary interest to their ancestral estate by treaty right and inheritance.