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Nationality, Birthrights and Jurisprudence: New Social & Cultural Blueprint for Melaninated Indigenous People Paperback – Large Print, April 17, 2014
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This is NOT a book. It's an advertisement for courses given by guess who. I have fourteen years of legal experience and this book confused me. I can only imagine what it does to people with NO legal experience. The concepts are disjointed and the explanations are bereft of logic . For example: check out the author's first sentence under the title of "INTRODUCTION TO LAW."
"The Law of the land is maritime and esoteric principal used by elite bankers across the world."
I know what you're thinking, I must have typed that sentence incorrectly. No friend, that's EXACTLY how it appears in the book. I don't know about you, but I have no idea what those words mean. Did he mean to say, "The law of the land is a combination of maritime and esoteric principals used by elite bankers throughout the world"?
Did the author outline beforehand the three judicial jurisdictions authored by the Constitution? Nah, who needs to know THAT? Did he explain specifically what maritime jurisdiction is? Nah, who needs to know THAT? This "book" takes a simple subject and deliberately mystifies it.
But it gets better. According to the author, the now exposed Boule traitors: Michael Dyson and Cornell West, are "educated Black elite" leaders who fail to get the respect they deserve. WOW.
The reader starts out being a black person. And when the author is done, the reader remains a black person (which, of course, is the intent). SPOILER ALERT
To those with knowledge, the last sentence of the "book" is highly revealing. "Through educational programs and collaboration with other AFRICAN BASED groups, the The Symbionese Liberation Army (oops, I mean) The Moorish Science Republic of New Kemit will transform the BLACK MINDS AND HEARTS of a SECOND-CLASS PEOPLE". (I added the all caps for emphasis).
This "book" is a wolf in sheep's clothing. It's propaganda designed to appear Moorish, when in fact it is ENTIRELY PAN-AFRICAN. It's Joe Negro with a new bow tie. Anyone who is familiar with Taj Tarik Bey's lecture on status will realize that the last sentence of the book is essentially a sophisticated black magic curse upon the Moors. No TRUE Moor would have ever written such a book as this.
Finally, let me say that the typos mentioned by other reviewers belies the fact that this "book" was thrown together. It's a frankensteinian creation. You are strongly advised to avoid this soulless monstrosity.