RISE OF THE MOORS STUDY GROUP APPLICATION
"I truly believe that most of the skills that have been instilled in me through military training can be used to uplift our nation and all Moorish Americans. Honor, Courage and Commitment are the Marine Corp Values. Those same values that every Marine is held to, fit perfectly with the High Principles of Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom and Justice that our Prophet, El Hajj Sheriff Abdul Ali instructed us to live by.
I joined the military thinking I would be helping our people, who at that time I was trained to think we were 'Black'. I now know of the 'King Alfred Plan’ and the FBI’s Counter Intelligence Program with their objective to use our men as the tip of the spear for European World Domination, Imperialism and to prevent any of us from becoming what they call a “Messiah”. They fear that this Messiah will unify, electrify and unit the different Militant Moorish groups to form a unified and solidified front against their terrorism. They quote that this unified military will bring out a true “Mau Mau”, or what they call a true Black (Moorish) Revolution on the Continents of America.
The Mau Mau Uprising was a war in 1920–1963 was between the Kenya Land and Freedom Army (KLFA), also known as Mau Mau, and the British colonists. Members of the Mau Mau are currently recognized by the Kenyan Government as freedom-independence heroes and heroines who sacrificed their lives in order to free Kenyans from de facto British Colonial rule.
I will continue as the Prophet did, to work day by day, in public and in private to continue his great Missionary work to uplift fallen humanity and reinforce the foundation of the Moorish Movement - The minds of the People." – Chairman Jamhal Talib Abdullah Bey
An organization is nothing without the people. The word organization, when used as a proper noun and the letter ‘O’ is capitalized, signifies “the people who constitute and run the Organization in an organized fashion”. In fact, the word corporation shares a similar meaning. The word ‘corp’ is Latin and means “body.” The suffix ‘ation’ or ‘tion’ signifies action. Thus, a corporation is a body in action. The “body” represents all the people (bodies) involved moving as one for a single purpose. Meaning not just one person is the corporation, but everyone involved. Just like a Beehive. One bee isn’t the Beehive, it’s the action and participation of all the Bees (bodies or corps) that makes it the Beehive (Body in action i.e. Corporation). Without the loyalty and involvement of each individual bee of the hive, there is no Beehive.
Organizational loyalty, or as stated in the Marine Corps Semper Fidelis (always faithful (to the Corps)) makes one show their concern for the organization and its continued success and wellbeing as there is a mutual benefit to both the Organization and the individual. Organizational commitment is the degree of loyalty to which the people identify with the organization and its goals and wish to continue with the organization. Loyalty can signify a person’s devotion or sentiment of attachment to a particular object, which may be another person or group of persons (corporation), an ideal, philosophy, duty, or a cause. It expresses itself in both thought and action and strives for the identification of the interests of the loyal person with those of the object. These reflective interests of the people combine and create the overall image or status of the organization, or as stated in the Marines esprit de corps (The Spirit of the Body). These reflective interests can display themselves in manners such as: the way the people of the organization dress, speak, conduct themselves, even down to the buildings that the company owns, what the organization does and even how they do it. Organizational loyalty is the most important factor that determines the effectiveness and efficiency of any organization. It can be described in terms of a process, where certain attitudes give rise to certain behaviors. Organizational loyalty normally has two dimensions: (i) internal, and (ii) external. Loyalty is, at its core, an emotional attachment. The internal dimension is the emotional component. It includes feelings of caring, of affiliation and of commitment. The external dimension has to do with the way loyalty manifests itself. Both are a reflection of one another, as above so below, as within, so without.
Since our inception, we have successfully gotten cases removed and dismissed from State Court, as well as filed claims in Federal Court with Moors, pursuant to our treaty, fulfilling the duties as Consul, with the recognition of the United States Federal Courts. We have also established several charitable events: providing food, clothing and other items to people in need. We have participated in the protest of DCYF for human rights violations, as well as communicated with City Council men and women asserting our status as indigenous people and having our rights recognized as a separate nation of people. We have also established our own treasury, backed by gold and silver coins.