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na·tion·al·i·ty

ˌnaSHəˈnalədē/

Noun

1. 1.
the status of belonging to a particular nation.
“they changed their nationality and became Lebanese”
synonyms: citizenship
“what is your nationality?”

2. 2.
an ethnic group forming a part of one or more political nations.
“all the main nationalities of Ethiopia”
synonyms: ethnic group, ethnic minority, tribe, clan, race, nation
“all the main nationalities of Ethiopia”

 

UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Article 15.
• (1) Everyone has the right to a nationality.
• (2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.

Every one may renounce or relinquish a right introduced
for his own benefit. 2 Inst. 183; Wing. Max. p. 483, max.
123; 4 Bl. Comm. 317; The People v. Van Rensselaer, 9 N.Y.
291, 333.

Negroes are non-Citizen nationals of the “de jure” united states of America and their Indigenous heritage; therefore, possess “Dual Nationality

 

NEGROES (African Americans) NOT STATE OR FEDERAL CITIZENS
It was confirmed by the “de jure” Constitutional Supreme Court, under Articles III and IV, argued by United States of America Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney (pronounced Tawney), the highest court in the “de jure” these united States of America; that Afro-Descendants/Negros (free or slave descendants of “copper color” = non-Citizen Nationals with unalienable Rights), can not be Citizens of these united States of America (State nor Federal)

 

(DRED SCOTT v. SANDFORD, 60 U.S. 393 (1856) 60 U.S. 393 (How.); the Afro Descendants/Negros are Article 4, “free inhabitants” of the Article of Confederation.
DRED SCOTT V. SANFORD

Citation. 60 U.S. 393, 15 L. Ed. 691, 1856 U.S. 19 HOW 393.
Brief Fact Summary. A slave sought his freedom under the Missouri Compromise.
Synopsis of Rule of Law. “Slaves or Free Men of color, and their descendants” are not citizens under the ORIGINAL 1787 United States of America Constitution.

 

Facts. Dred Scott (Plaintiff) was a slave living in the slave state of Missouri. His owner took him to Illinois and then to Minnesota, which were both free states under the Missouri Compromise. Plaintiff and his owner returned to Missouri, and Plaintiff was sold to Sanford (Defendant). Plaintiff sued Defendant for his freedom, claiming to be a citizen of Missouri, based on having obtained freedom by domicile for a long period in a free state.
Dred Scott was a slave. Under Articles III and IV, argued United States of America Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney (pronounced Tawney), no one but a citizen of the United States could be a citizen of a state, and that only Congress could confer national citizenship. (The de jure United States of America Congress is now dormant with no Congress or officers for this legitimate government)
According to Taney, African Americans/Negros, be they slave or free, were not citizens. As a slave, moreover, Scott was property and had no right to bring suit in federal courts.

 

CITIZENSHIP/Non CITIZENSHIP of the North Carolina State Republic are “de jure” State Citizens and “de jure” non-Citizen Nationals of the united States of America (Afro-Descendants/Negros, Article 4, Article of Confederation Inhabitants) and defined in Title 8 United States Code 1101(a)(21), NON-CITIZEN NATIONAL of these United States of America …
The term “national” of the united States of America/United States is defined in section 101(a)(22) of the INA, and explained in detail in section 308 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

“non Citizen nationals”, or “state nationals”, or “non Citizen nationals of the United States*** of America” under Title 8 United States Code §1101(a)(21)… if you were born in and are domiciled in a “de jure” state of the Union… NOT THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA “DE FACTO” UNITED STATES.
(a)(21) The term “national” means a person owing permanent allegiance to a “de jure” state.”….NOT THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
“While all U.S. citizens are U.S.A./U.S. nationals, NOT EVERY U.S. NATIONAL IS A U.S. CITIZEN. Very few fall into the category of non-citizen U.S. National as defined in the Immigration and Nationality Act.”
“Non-citizen Nationals are allowed to reside and work in the United States without restrictions. They are given U.S.A. passports with a special endorsement stating that the holder is a U.S. national, and not a U.S. citizen.”, IF THE WISH TO LEAVE THE COUNTRY.
These Negros descendant Natives are Articles of Confederation, Article 4 Indigenous inhabitants, and during the Civil War they became freed non-Citizen nationals of these United States of America, owing allegiance to the “de jure” States Republic they are domicile in (if they wished) … and no allegiance to the “de facto” municipal federal corporation of the United States Inc., or its sub-corporations of The State of ****** which has been pretending (since 1865-end Civil War) it is one of the “de jure” sovereign state republics of these united States of America.

 

Prior to European INVASION of the Americas, in 1492 many of the “copper color” natives had Paleo Hebrew, early Middle ages Moor, Ancient Paleo Olmec ancestry mixed within their native ethnic tribes.  DNA and linguistic evidence that is being suppress shows this.
Europeans came into this Hemisphere and re-name things that Indigenous had already named; and divided that tribes based on color of their skin and appearance. Those members of a tribe that can be pass for Ethiopian were called Negro; and those lighter were called oriental (Later Indians). Then there were total tribes of dark copper hue (Catawba, Washita, Yamasee, Tuscarora, pre-European Cherokee, etc.) that Europeans rename Negroes.

North American Slavery (that co-existed and passed off as African Transatlantic Slavery) was used to mix (Miscegenation) many of these tribes out of their original existence, and steal their native lands, where Europeans fraudulent exclaimed the land was vacant, and the people enslaved or massacred/exterminated.
A
Abenaki (Abnaki, Abanaki, Abenaqui), Acatec, Achi, Achumawi (Achomawi), Acoma, Adai, Ahtna (Atna), Ais, Akimel O’odham, Alabama-Coushatta, Aleut, Alsea, Alutiiq, Algonquians (Algonkians), Algonquin (Algonkin), Alsea, Andoke, Anishinaabe (Anishinabemowin, Anishnabay), Antoniaño, Apache, Apalachee, Apalachicola, Applegate, Arabela, Arapaho (Arapahoe), Arara, Arawak, Arikara, Arua, Ashaninka, Assiniboine, Atakapa, Atikamekw, Atsina, Atsugewi (Atsuke), Araucano (Araucanian), Avoyel (Avoyelles), Aymara, Aztec
B
Babine, Bannock, Bari, Bear River, Beaver, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Beothuks, Bidai, Biloxi, Black Carib, Blackfoot (Blackfeet), Blood Indians, Bora
C
Caddo (Caddoe), Cahita, Cahto, Cahuilla, Calapooia, Calusa (Caloosa), Carib, Carquin, Carrier, Caska, Catawba, Cathlamet, Cayuga, Cayuse, Celilo, Central Pomo, Chahta, Chalaque, Chappaquiddick (Chappaquiddic, Chappiquidic), Chatot, Chawchilla, Chehalis, Chelan, Chemehuevi, Cheraw, Cheroenhaka, Cherokee, Chetco, Cheyenne (Cheyanne), Chiaha, Chickasaw, Chilcotin, Chimariko, Chinook, Chinook Jargon, Chipewyan, Chippewa, Chitimacha (Chitamacha), Choctaw, Cholon, Chontal de Tabasco, Chukchansi, Chumash, Clackamas (Clackama), Clallam, Clatskanie, Clatsop, Cmique, Cochimi, Cochiti, Cocopa (Cocopah), Coeur d’Alene, Cofan, Columbia (Columbian), Colville, Comanche, Comcaac, Comox, Conestoga, Coos (Coosan), Copalis, Coquille, Cora, Coso, Costanoan, Coushatta, Cowichan, Cowlitz, Cree, Creek, Croatan (Croatoan), Crow, Cuna, Cucupa (Cucapa), Cupa, Cupik (Cuit)
D
Dakelh, Dakota, Dawson, Deg Xinag (Deg Hit’an), Delaware, Dena’ina (Denaina), Dene, Dene Suline (Denesuline), Dene Tha, Diegueno, Dine (Dineh), Dogrib, Dohema (Dohma), Dumna, Dunne-za,
E
Eastern Inland Cree, Eastern Pomo, Eel River Athabascan, Eeyou, Endeve, Entiat, Eskimo, Esselen, Etchemin, Euchee, Excelen, Eyak
F
Flathead Salish, Fox
G
Gabrielino, Gae, Galibi, Galice, Garifuna, Gitxsan (Gitksan), Gosiute (Goshute), Grand Ronde, Grigra, Gros Ventre, Guarani, Guarijio, Gulf, Gwich’in (Gwichin, Gwitchin),
H
Haida, Haisla, Halkomelem, Hän, Hanis, Hare, Hatteras, Haudenosaunee, Havasupai, Hawaiian, Heiltsuk, Heve, Hiaki, Hichiti (Hitchiti), Hidatsa, Hocak (Ho-Chunk, Hochunk), Hoh, Holikachuk, Hoopa, Hopi, Hualapai, Huichol, Huichun, Humptulips, Hupa, Huron
I
Illini (Illiniwek, Illinois), Inca, Ingalik, Innoko, Innu, Inuktitut (Inupiat, Inupiaq, Inupiatun), Iowa-Oto (Ioway), Iroquois Confederacy, Ishak, Isleño, Isleta, Itza Maya, Iynu
J
James Bay Cree, Jemez, Juaneno (Juaneño)
K
Kainai (Kainaiwa), Kalapuya (Kalapuyan), Kalina, Kanien’kehaka (Kanienkehaka), Kalispel, Kansa (Kanza, Kanze), Karankawa, Karkin, Karok (Karuk), Kashaya, Kaska, Kaskaskia, Kathlamet, Kato, Kaw, Kenaitze (Kenai), Keres (Keresan), Kichai, Kickapoo (Kikapu), Kiliwa (Kiliwi), Kiowa, Kiowa Apache, Kitanemuk, Kitsai, Klallam, Klamath-Modoc, Klickitat, Koasati, Konkow, Kootenai (Ktunaxa, Kutenai), Koso, Koyukon, Kulanapan, Kumeyaay (Kumiai), Kuna, Kupa, Kusan, Kuskokwim, Kutchin, Kwakiutl (Kwakwala), Kwantlen,
L
Laguna, Lake Indians, Lakhota (Lakota), Lassik, Laurentian (Lawrencian), Lenape (Lenni Lenape), Lillooet, Lipan Apache, Listiguj (Listuguj), Lnuk (Lnu), Lokono, Loup, Lower Umpqua, Luckiamute, Luiseño, Lumbee, Lummi, Lushootseed

M
Mahican, Maidu, Maina (Mayna), Makah, Makushi, Maliseet (Maliceet), Mandan, Mapuche (Mapudungun), Maricopa, Massachusett (Massachusetts), Massasoit (Massassoit, Mashpee), Mattabesic, Mattole, Maumee, Matlatzinca, Mayan, Mayo, Mengwe, Menominee (Menomini), Meskwaki (Mesquakie), Methow, Miami-Illinois, Mical, Miccosukee, Michif, Micmac (Mi’gmaq), Mikasuki, Mi’kmaq, Mingo, Minqua, Minsi, Minto, Miskito (Mosquito), Missouria, Miwok (Miwuk), Mixe, Mixtec (Mixteco, Mixteca), Mobilian Jargon, Modoc, Mohave, Mohawk, Mohegan, Mohican, Mojave, Molale (Molalla, Molala), Monache (Mono), Montagnais, Montauk, Moosehide, Multnomah, Munsee (Munsie, Muncey, Muncie), Muskogee (Muscogee, Mvskoke), Musqueam, Mutsun
N
Nabesna, Nahane (Nahani), Nahuat, Nahuatl, Nakoda (Nakota), Nambe, Nanticoke, Nantucket, Narragansett, Naskapi, Natchez, Natick, Naugutuck, Navajo (Navaho), Nawat, Nespelem, Netela, Newe, Nez Perce, Niantic, Nicola, Nipmuc, Nisenan, Nisga’a (Nisgaa), Nlaka’pamux (Nlakapamux), Nomlaki, Nooksack (Nooksak), Nootka (Nutka), Northern Carrier, Northern Cheyenne, Nottoway, Nuuchahnulth, Nuxalk
O
Ocuilteco, Odawa, Ofo, Ohlone, Ojibwa (Ojibway, Ojibwe, Ojibwemowin), Oji-Cree, Okanagan (Okanogan), Omaha-Ponca, Oneida, Onondaga, O’odham (Oodham), Opata, Osage, Otchipwe, Otoe, Ottawa, Ozette

P
Pai, Paipai, Paiute, Palouse, Pamlico, Panamint, Papago-Pima, Pascua Yaqui, Passamaquoddy, Patuxet, Patwin, Paugussett (Paugusset), Pawnee, Pee Dee, Peigan, Pend D’Oreille, Pennacook, Penobscot (Pentagoet), Peoria, Pequot, Picuris, Piegan (Piikani), Pima, Pima Bajo, Pipil, Pit River, Plains Indian Sign Language, Pojoaque, Pomo (Pomoan), Ponca, Poospatuck (Poosepatuck), Popoluca (Popoloca), Potawatomi (Pottawatomie, Potawatomie), Powhatan, Pueblo, Puget Sound Salish, Putun
Q
Quapaw (Quapa), Quechan, Quechua, Queets, Quilcene, Quileute, Quinault, Quinipissa, Quinnipiac (Quinnipiack)
R
Raramuri, Red Indians, Restigouche, Rumsen, Runasimi
S
Saanich, Sac, Sahaptin, Saliba, Salinan, Salish, Samish, Sandia, Sanish (Sahnish), San Felipe, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Sanpoil, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, Santiam, Santo Domingo, Saponi, Sarcee (Sarsi), Sasta, Satsop, Savannah, Sauk, Saulteaux, Schaghticoke, Sechelt, Secwepemc, Sekani, Selkirk, Seminoles, Seneca, Seri, Serrano, Seshelt, Severn Ojibwe, Shanel, Shasta (Shastan), Shawnee (Shawano), Shinnecock, Shoshone (Shoshoni), Shuar, Shuswap, Siksika, Siletz, Sinkyone, Sioux, Siuslaw, Skagit, Skin, S’Klallam, Skokomish, Slavey (Slave, Slavi), Sliammon, Sm’algyax, Snohomish, Songish, Sooke, Southern Paiute, Spokane (Spokan), Squamish, Steilacoom, Stockbridge, Sto:lo, Stoney, Suquamish, Suruwaha, Susquehannock, Suwal, Swampy Cree, Swinomish
T
Tabasco Chontal, Tachi (Tache), Taensa, Tahltan, Tagish, Taino, Takelma (Takilma), Takla, Tamyen, Tanacross, Tanaina, Tanana, Tangipahoa, Tano, Taos, Taposa, Tarahumara, Tataviam, Tauira (Tawira), Tehachapi, Ten’a, Tenino, Tepehuano (Tepecano), Tequesta, Tesuque, Tewa, Thompson, Tigua, Tillamook, Timbisha, Timucua, Tinde, Tinneh, Tioux, Tiwa, Tjekan, Tlahuica, Tlingit, Tohono O’odham, Tolowa, Tongva, Tonkawa, Towa, Tsalagi (Tsa-la-gi), Tsilhqot’in, Tsimshian (Tsimpshian), Tsitsistas, Tsuu T’ina, Tubar (Tubare), Tulalip, Tunica, Tupi, Tuscarora, Tutchone, Tutelo, Tututni, Twana, Twatwa
U
Uchi (Uche, Uchee), Ukiah (Ukian, Uki, Ukia), Umatilla, Unami, Unangax, Unkechaug Upper Chinook, Upper Tanana, Ute
V
Virginia Algonquian
W
Wahkiakum, Wailaki, Walapai, Walla Walla, Wampanoag, Wanapam, Wanki, Wappinger, Wappo, Warm Springs, Wasco-Wishram, Washo (Washoe), Wea, Wenatchi (Wenatchee), Wendat, Weott, Whilkut, White Clay People, Wichita (Witchita), Willapa, Winnebago, Wintu (Wintun), Wishram, Wiyot, Wyandot (Wyandotte), Wynoochee
Y
Yakama (Yakima), Yamel, Yanesha, Yaquina (Yakonan, Yakon), Yavapai, Yaqui, Yakaya, Yokuts (Yokut), Yoncalla, Ysleta del Sur, Yucatec Maya (Yucateco, Yucatan), Yuchi (Yuchee) Yuki (Yukian), Yuma, Yupik (Yu’pik, Yuit), Yurok (Yu’rok)
Z
Zapotec, Zia, Zoque, Zuni

 

Many descendants of these Indigenous and ancient people are now classified as Negro property to Eurocentric based governments, which is why they are being murdered in the streets daily at the whim of covert illegal corporate municipal governments, (worldwide) that employ mercenaries, pirates and terrorist; pretending to be “constitutional oath breaking” Law Enforcement, which means they don’t represent the people’s constitutional governments.
Can you imagine what would happen if these Negro victims knew of their true heritage; that the land is theirs; that they are taxed on what their ancestors once owned; their labor property is stolen & illegally taxed by illegitimate corporations masquerading as “de facto” illegal corporate municipal governments?

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