“Muur” is the True National Pedigree
Compiled by Aummanuel Bey
I find it very odd that the words “Aboriginal” or “Indian” are generally perceived to be original statuses or national identities of so-called “Black People;” whereas the term “Muur (Moor)” has been denigrated, belittled and had its historical importance sullied by confusion. Strangely enough the term “Aboriginal” according to the book entitled; "The Question of Aborigines, in the law and practice of nations, including a collection of authorities and documents;" has been defined as being "members of the uncivilized tribes which inhabit a region at the time a civilized State extends its sovereignty over the region, and which members of the uncivilized have so inhabited from time immemorial; and also the uncivilized descendants of such persons dwelling in the region.” In law and practice these terms are generally equated to “wards of the state,” “wards of the nation” and “children of the government” designate a “state of pupilage” or a “dependent political community” in which the United States government is considered their “Great Father” as “aboriginals” are deemed individuals under its guardianship. Even the term “Native American” is another contemporary term of disassociation; a conquest-tag invented construct of European conquerors. It, like many other misnomers and tags, is not a national identity of the Autochthonous peoples, but is a political status—class designation, designed to expand upon social and political divisions of displacement amongst the original inhabitants of the Americas who should be recognized as “Muurs.”
“Muur” is the true national pedigree of the natural people falsely called “Black.” The other words, such as, African-Americans, Colored, Negro, Indian, etc., are misnomers, tags and brands; having nothing to do with the true national names of the original man and woman. In reality, the term “Aboriginal” and its associated terms have somehow co-opted the inherited etymological definitions and lawful connotations of the term “Moor;” which has universally been defined, classified and delegated as descendants of the Original Man who has been historically described by many variants with meanings such as “Noble,” ”High-priest,” “Lord,” “Beloved,” “Light,” “Overseers,” and “Westerner.” The supplanting and superseding of the term “Muur” by force with “Aboriginal” has further disassociated so-called black people with their true nationality; and has since become more increasingly difficult to distinctively specify for the layman. However, the ancient longevity and widespread variants of the word “Muur” undoubtedly triumphs as the true national name of the original populace of the American Empire.