PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED TO EXAMINER
In an era of hashtags and memes, it is somewhat more effective to create a social campaign surrounding a hashtag in order to promote your cause to the World than it is to send out brochures and e-mails, promoting your cause. Statements made through hashtags on Social media are more personable this way.
People are able to connect to those with similar interest by simply clicking hashtag phrases for similar conversational results. Or, they may understand an unfamiliar phrase in a more in-depth matter. These statements are short and simple. They are able to speak their mind in few or minimal words.
In many instances, hashtags actually work as a silent protest and petition. They act to connect users in
Take Twitter, for example, they use trending topics to continue
Today, December 23, 2014, representatives of The Sabir Bey Show on LA Talk Live spoke with Examiner about their current “#MoorishLivesMatter” campaign that has been taking over conscious communities around the World. While not as widespread overseas as it is in the United States and Canada, there is a growing interest in this movement, as seen in Europe, Africa and even Australia by many who are aware of their Moorish heritage and decent, especially in the wake of current racial tensions in the US.
Regardless of TMZs ignorance of the Divine Moorish Nation and the misrepresentation in the media and courtrooms of the community, awakened Moorish Americans thrive in numbers, continuing the traditions, practices, ideologies and sciences of their ancestry that was once hidden from them. The problem is that many Moors, today, still do not know who or what they truly are. In fact, those who call themselves “Black” or “Colored,” are doing themselves and their families injustices by not knowing who they truly are. That’s what the #MoorishLivesMatter campaign aims to rectify in educating the masses of their direct origins and rich histories that were stolen from them through unconstitutional highjacking of the law and domestic terrorism that plagues our neighborhoods today.
Many Americans today do not realize that Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and John Adams had to sign a treaty with the Sultan of Morocco, Muhamad III, called The Treaty of Peace and Friendship, in order to establish the United States within America’s borders in 1786 and 1787 — The United States, being a trade partner with Morocco and publicly recognized first by the Sultan and then the rest of the World. They do not realize that George Washington’s “cherry tree” was a metaphor for the Moroccan flag of red and green or that The United States Constitution was actually based on Moorish Laws and Principles, as well as Islamic beliefs!
They do not realize that the Moors were the reason Europe became a civilized continent or that they created means for education, language, plumbing and just about every important part of our everyday life! Worst of all, they do not know that the Moors were here before Columbus set sail to the Americas and not all persons with melanated skin came here because of slavery! These are only basic points of interest, but they are important in realizing the dehumanization of a people and the domino effect of human rights violations on today’s communities.
Many people in society say that racism does not exist. They say that slavery has been over for 200 years, but they fail to realize that segregation, hate crimes in the forms of hanging and burning of flourishing cities and the monsterization placed by the media still exist today in some form or fashion, while formally being “ended” less than a century ago. Let’s try less than 50 years ago! They refuse to see that terrorism exists in the World by many authorities. But, what makes it worse, is that “terrorists” can legally get away with it.
#MoorishLivesMatter, as opposed to the popular hashtag #
By hiding true histories of bloodlines and dumbing down society, there is a lack of knowledge of the law. And while the Supreme Court has recently ruled out the need for the police to know the law when arresting you, there is no excuse for ignorance of the law. And, it is just that that has created an ongoing cycle of war crimes from physical to mental warfare. While slavery has been over by law, it is the same law that keeps the same people who claim to be descendants of slavery “chattel property.”
Laws and rights of Aboriginal and Indigenous people are very separate from those who are not of the land. It is based on Common Law. They abide by the laws of the land but are not held in the jurisdiction of the Nation who is creating those laws. Because the United States formed through the immigration of European settlers, their laws are separate from those of the people who were here before them.
Treaties in US law verify this and establish these boundaries. Some have worked hard, however, to find loopholes around them, including the creation of certificates to hold people as property, as well as laws that require these people to blindly accept alternative contracts in order to obtain rights given to them in exchange for their contract.
In the case of those who have the belief that they are crayons, based on the thirteenth amendment, they fail to realize that they are only counted as ⅗ of a person in law and are not entitled to anything unless given through process. Using the hashtag #MoorishLivesMatter, one will see the Dred Scott Case being referenced, whereas between the years of 1847 and 1858, Dred Scott fought for his freedom only to be denied by the Supreme Court that ruled out that his “blackness” meant he could never become a true citizen of the United States.
This is strengthened through knowledge of legal jargon (This can be referenced in Black’s Law Dictionary 4th edition and earlier.), whereas “Black” references “CIVILITER MORTUUS (walking dead)” in law and “White” basically means “free and legal status.” If you are dead, you have no rights.
As a matter of fact, #MoorishLivesMatter will also bring up term results for an immigration law that still holds effect today. This law is the Naturalization Act of 1790 that states that “Free White Persons” are not necessarily Caucasian and that those of Moorish descent are also “white” in law. This means that there is a nation to back them in the time of turmoil on this land, whereas there is no country called “Black” or “Africa.”
#MoorishLivesMatter often asks, “Which country in Africa are you from, if you are African American? And, which country in America are you from?” They discuss how these continents are made up of many countries. When there are two nations in dispute, the United Nations may then become a mediator. When there are not two nations, the UN cannot interfere. This is one way much injustice is done on American soil, soil previously known as North West Amexem or Al-Moroc.
#MoorishLivesMatter intends to be a trend that creates awareness and saves lives, while creating opportunities for our future generations, predicted by the Prophet Noble Drew Ali to “come in with their eyes wide open, seeing and knowing” the truths of the land. It was Noble Drew Ali who brought this information to the attention of many in the 1920s in hopes of “uplifting fallen humanity” through the five “divine” principles of Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom and Justice, which are also symbolized in the five points of the green star in the Moorish American flag.
#MoorishLivesMatter reminds us that there is a unity to uphold and that many who consider themselves of the European race are actually of Moorish Descent, including Sicilians, Spanish, Irish and French persons.
There is often a misunderstanding that Moorish people are of Muslim origin, while it is true that many were and are. Even Noble Drew Ali stressed that first man must find his religious creed to establish spirituality with his creator, but only to find “Self-Knowledge, Self-Realization and Self-Revelation” and that this is the route to creating the perfected man. This is how unity is understood through multiple bloodlines of Moorish Origin, as well as the several different religious practices of all in this community.
#MoorishLivesMatter shares the same topics and subject matter as its originator, The Sabir Bey Show, bringing “Pure Edu-tainment” to the lives of weekly viewers in over 180-countries around the Globe!
While a collaborative of participants throughout the week, #MoorishLivesMatter is a hashtag that is most active on Tuesdays from 6:00-7:30PM Est on TheSabirBeyShow.com or at various places for “LA Talk Live” listening platforms, such as Tunein Radio, Live365 and Roku Streaming Video Players. The host of the show is Sabir Bey, a title (not a name) meaning “Patient Governor” or “Patient Teacher (depending on who is translating it).” Co-hosts include, Pilar Biggers Sanders Love El-Dey, Alberto Gaytan El, Salvador Dey, Shakim Williams and Carl Gilkey. Occasionally, the team is joined by Krysten Littles, Astrologer for The Cosmo Report.
Understanding that Black History is only a portion of Moorish History will lead you to an understanding that whether you are “So-Called Black,” “Hispanic,” “Middle Eastern,” “Native American” or any other “race” of melanated people, you are all family and from the same Asiatic and African roots. This is what the #MoorishLivesMatter Movement teaches Tweeters, Facebookers and Surfers all over the World!
DISCLAIMER: Jessica N. Abraham is no longer affiliated with the show or any creative assets, thereof. Since 2016, the site and all assets have been under new ownership. All designs, edits and administration to the official websites are no longer controlled by Jessica N. Abraham or Shorty Produkshins.