TERRORIST, TRAITORS, PIRATES AND FENCES? You be the Judge
WHAT IS A SIGNATORY?
WHERE JOHN ADAMS AND THOMAS JEFFERSON TRAITORS TO THEIR COUNTRY?
DID THE SULTAN OF MOROCCO ACT AS A FENCE FOR STOLEN PROPERTY AND RESOURCES?
IS THE MOROCCAN TREATY OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP EVIDENCE OF THEIR TREACHERY?
WHAT IS A SIGNATORY?
noun: signatory; plural noun: signatories
a party that has signed an agreement, especially a country that has signed a treaty.
"Bulgaria is a signatory to a variety of international human rights conventions"
late 19th century: from Latin signatorius ‘of sealing,’ from signat- ‘marked (with a cross),’ from the verb signare .
CLARIFY THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BEING A PARTY TO A CONVENTION/TREATY AND BEING A SIGNATORY AND WHAT ARE THE LEGAL IMPLICATIONS?
A country may become a party to a treaty through more than one path. One path is to sign the treaty during the period in which the treaty is open for signature and then to ratify the treaty. However, country may also become a party by acceding to or by accepting the treaty.
When a country becomes a signatory to a treaty, it declares its intention to make the terms of the treaty legally binding on itself, but the act itself does not make that act binding. When a country ratifies a treaty, it makes the terms of the treaty legally binding, once the treaty’s requirements for entry into force are met.
WHERE ANY OF THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE TREATY MEMBERS OF INDIGENOUS NATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA?
MOHAMMED BEN ABDELLAH AL-KHATIB
Sultan of Morocco from 1757 to 1790 under the Alaouite dynasty. He was the governor of Marrakech around 1750. He was also sultan briefly during 1748.
1710, Fes, Morocco
April 11, 1790, Salé, Morocco
Abdallah of Morocco
Yazid of Morocco
Slimane of Morocco, Yazid of Morocco, Moulay Hicham
Abd al-Rahman of Morocco, Muhammad IV of Morocco
(October 30 [O.S. October 19] 1735 – July 4, 1826) was an American patriot who served as the second President of the United States (1797–1801) and the first Vice President (1789–97). He was a lawyer, diplomat, statesman, political theorist, and, as a Founding Father, a leader of the movement for American independence from Great Britain. He was also a dedicated diarist and correspondent, particularly with his wife and closest advisor Abigail.
Born October 30, 1735
Braintree, Province of Massachusetts Bay, British America
(present-day Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.),
Died July 4, 1826 (aged 90)
Quincy, Massachusetts, U.S.
Resting place United First Parish Church
Political party Pro-Administration (before 1795)
Spouse(s) Abigail Smith (m. 1764; d. 1818)
Children Abigail, John Quincy, Susanna, Charles, Thomas, and Elizabeth (stillborn)
Parents John Adams, Sr.
An American statesman, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. He later served as the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809.
Born April 13, 1743
Shadwell, Colony of Virginia, British America
Died July 4, 1826 (aged 83)
Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S.
Resting place Monticello, Charlottesville, Virginia
Political party Democratic-Republican
Spouse(s) Martha Wayles (m. 1772; d. 1782)
Children 6, including Martha and Mary
Parents Peter Jefferson
Jane Randolph Jefferson
THESE ARE THE SIGNATORIES ON THE TREATY OF PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP WITH MOROCCO. WHICH OF THESE MEN REPRESENTED THE INDIGENOUS POPULATION OF AMERICA?
WHICH ONE OF THESE MEN IS A MEMBER OF AN INDIGENOUS NATION FOUND ON THE CONTINENT NOW KNOWN AS NORTH AMERICA. (NONE)
WHERE DO THEY GET THEIR AUTHORITY FROM? THE SULTAN OF MOROCCO HAD NO TIES TO ANY TRIBE IN THE AMERICAS. JOHN ADAMS AND THOMAS JEFFERSON WHERE BOTH PATRIOTS. A PATRIOT IS A BRITISH CITIZEN THAT REVOLTED AGAINST BRITAIN. BY DOING THIS THEY VIOLATED THE 1758 TREATY OF EASTON.
The Treaty of Easton was a colonial agreement in North America signed in October 1758 during the French and Indian War (Seven Years' War) between British colonials and the chiefs of 13 Native American nations, representing tribes of the Iroquois, Lenape (Delaware), and Shawnee. Negotiations over more than a week were concluded on October 26, 1758, at a ceremony held in Easton, Pennsylvania between the British colonial governors of the provinces of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and representatives of 13 Indian nations, including the Iroquois, who sent chiefs of three of their nations to ensure their continued domination of their Ohio Country region; the eastern and western Lenape (Delaware), represented by two chiefs and headmen; Shawnee and others. More than 500 Native Americans attended the outdoor ceremony, after lengthy negotiations to bring peace to the regions of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the Ohio Country.
BY DECLARING THEIR INDEPENDENCE FROM BRITAIN THE COLONIES WHERE NO LONGER PARTICIPATING IN THE 1758 TREATY AND BECAME ILLEGAL SQUATTERS AT THAT MOMENT.
THE SULTAN OF MOROCCO SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO DO COMMERCE WITH A GROUP OF TERRORIST WHO BETRAYED THEIR OWN NATION AND ITS TREATY WITH 13 INDIGENOUS NATIONS.
In December 1777, the Moroccan Sultan Muhammad III included the United States of America in a list of countries to which Morocco's ports were open. ... Relations were formalized with the Moroccan–American Treaty of Friendship negotiated by Thomas Barclay, and signed by Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Muhammad III in 1786. THIS TREATY WAS STRICTLY ABOUT AMITY AND COMMERCE.
a friendly relationship.
"international amity and goodwill"
synonyms: friendship, friendliness, harmony, harmoniousness, understanding, accord, cooperation, companionship, amicableness, goodwill, cordiality, warmth; formalconcord
"this will bring greater amity between our peoples"
the activity of buying and selling, especially on a large scale.
"the possible increase of commerce by a great railroad"
synonyms: trade, trading, buying and selling, business, dealing, traffic; More
social dealings between people.
"outside the normal commerce of civilized life"
synonyms: relations, dealings, socializing, communication, association, contact, intercourse
Formal relations between Morocco and the US began in 1777, when Morocco became the first country to recognize the American colonies as a nation. As George Washington and his troops took the field to make good on the Continental Congress’ Declaration of Independence, the Sultan of Morocco, Mohammed III, granted American ships recognition and safe passage through the Straits of Gibraltar and in Moroccan ports.
Negotiations began in 1783 on a formal treaty of commerce and friendship, which was signed in 1786 by John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. On July 18, 1787, Congress ratified the treaty, which set forth the framework for diplomatic relations, assurances of non-hostility, access to markets on “most favored nation” basis, and protection of US ships from attack by foreign vessels in Moroccan waters.
Carefully read through the Treaty and you will See it has nothing to do with JURISDICTION OVER THE LANDS NOW CALLED AMERICA. You will also so no governments participated in this treaty. There are ABSOLUTELY NO INDIGENOUS SIGNATORIES INVOLVED. THIS WAS A TREATY BETWEEN TRADERS OF BRITIAN AND PIRATES. THEY AGREED TO WORK TOGETHER TO ENSLAVE THE INDIGENOUS POPULATION AND DIVIDE UP THE SPOILS OF WAR. i.e. its human and natural resources.
The only reason people think this is a treaty that speaks on behalf of indigenous tribes from Turtle Island is they can’t comprehend the particulars of the agreement.
Morocco. /məˈrɒkəʊ/ noun. a kingdom in NW Africa, on the Mediterranean and the Atlantic: conquered by the Arabs in about 683, who introduced Islam; at its height under Berber dynasties (11th–13th centuries); became a French protectorate in 1912 and gained independence in 1956.
The full Arabic name al-Mamlakat al-Maghribiyyah (المملكة المغربية) translates to “The Western Kingdom”. Al-Maghrib (المغرب), meaning “The West”, is commonly used. For historical
references, medieval Arab historians and geographers referred to Morocco asal-Maghrib al-Aqṣá (المغرب الأقصى, “The Farthest West”) to distinguish it from neighboring historical regions called al-Maghrib al-Awsaṭ (المغرب الأوسط, “The Middle West”,Algeria) and al-Maghrib al-Adná (المغرب الأدنى, “The Nearest West”, Tunisia ).
The English name “Morocco” originates from Spanish “Marruecos” or the Portuguese “Marrocos”, from medieval Latin “Morroch”, which referred to the name of the former Almoravid and Almohad capital, Marrakech.In Persian Morocco is still called “Marrakech”. Until recent decades, Morocco was called “Marrakech” in Middle Eastern Arabic. In Turkish, Morocco is called “Fas” which comes from the ancient Idrisid and Marinid capital, Fez .
The word “Marrakech” is made of the Berber word combination Mour N Akoush (Mur N Akuc), meaning Land of God.
WHEN THEY SAY AMERICA IS MOROCCO THATS ONLY BECAUSE IT IS LOCATED “FURTHEST WEST”. IT IS A DESCRIPTION OF WHERE IT IS. NOT A REFERENCE TO JURISDICTION