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“Trump-Town USA And The K.K.K.” 

By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq. 

“Coded By Race!” 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Trump 

“Fred Trump, chair, 27-year-old Donald Trump, president) charged with “violating the Fair Housing Act of 1968.””

“Donald Trump, then a candidate for presidency of the United States, denied that his father had been arrested, or that he had been in the KKK!”

Trump had begun a career in home construction and sales. The development company was incorporated as E. Trump & Son in 1927, and grew to build and manage single-family houses in Queens, barracks and garden apartments for U.S. Navy personnel near major shipyards along the East Coast, and more than 27,000 apartments in New York City.
Trump was investigated by a U.S. Senate committee for wartime profiteering (1954), and by the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division for civil rights violations (1973). According to The New York Times and The Washington Post, Trump’s reputation as a landlord inspired a critical song by tenant and folk singer, Woody Guthrie.

Friedrich Trump’s name was incorrectly recorded as Trumpf on the passenger list of his ship when he immigrated to the USA. Britt Peterson of The Boston Globe reports, based on the Blair biography, that the family had changed the spelling from the ancestral Drumpf, sometime during the Thirty Years’ War (1618–1648).

Frederick Christ Trump was born in the Bronx on October 11, 1905.Trump was one of three children of German immigrants Elizabeth (née Christ) and Frederick Trump. He had a younger brother John and an older sister Elizabeth Trump Walters (1904–1961).

On Memorial Day in 1927, the Ku Klux Klan marched in Queens to protest that “Native-born Protestant Americans” were being “assaulted by Roman Catholic police of New York City”. Fred Trump was one of seven men who were arrested that day “on a charge of refusing to disperse from a parade when ordered to do so.”

In 2016, Vice magazine reported on their investigation of earlier newspaper clippings and found that Trump was the only person arrested who was not charged with any crime, leading them to conclude that he could have been a bystander; they also speculated that Trump may have been a member of the KKK, which had gone through a revival in urban areas after 1915. When asked about the issue in September 2015 by The New York Times, Donald Trump, then a candidate for presidency of the United States, denied that his father had been arrested, or that he had been in the KKK.

In 1954, Trump was investigated by a U.S. Senate committee for profiteering from public contracts, including overstating his Beach Haven building charges by $3.7 million. In testimony before the Senate Banking Committee in 1954, William F. McKenna, appointed to investigate “scandals” within the FHA, cited Fred C. Trump and his partner William Tomasello as examples of how profits were made by builders using the FHA. McKenna said the two paid $34,200 for a piece of land which they rented to their corporation for over $60,000 per year in a 99-year lease, so that if the apartment they built on it ever defaulted, the FHA would owe $1.5 million on it. McKenna said that Trump and Tomasello obtained loans for $3.5 million more than the apartments cost.Trump testified before the Senate Banking Committee the following month as it investigated “windfall profits.” He said that builders would not have built apartments under an expired post-war loan insurance program if regulations had set inflexible limits on loans issued by the FHA. Folk icon Woody Guthrie, who from 1950 was a tenant in one of Trump’s apartment complexes in Brooklyn, criticized Trump as a landlord. He wrote lyrics that accused his landlord of stirring up racial hate “in the bloodpot of human hearts”.

In 1973, the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a civil rights suit against the Trump Organization (TO; Fred Trump, chair, 27-year-old Donald Trump, president) charging it with “violating the Fair Housing Act of 1968.” In response, Trump attorney Roy Cohn filed a counter-suit against the government for $100 million, “portray[ing] the Trumps as the victims,” claiming the DOJ’s “falsely accusing them of discrimination.”

The suits arose after complaints to the New York City Commission on Human Rights and to the Urban League led the League and other groups to send black and white “testers” to apply for apartments in Trump-owned complexes, which led them to conclude that whites got apartments in the buildings of their interest, while blacks generally did not; both advocacy organizations then raised the issue with the Justice Department. As reported by Wayne Barrett and Jon Campbell for The Village Voice, citing court records, “four superintendents or rental agents confirmed that applications sent to the [TO] central office for acceptance or rejection were coded by race.

“An early Village Voice article by Wayne Barrett in 1979 cited court records from the case and reported that a TO rental agent indicated he had been given instructions by Fred Trump “not to rent to blacks” and to “decrease the number of black tenants” by encouraging their relocation to other housing. After approximately two years in court, a consent decree between the DOJ and the TO was signed (June 10, 1975), with both sides claiming victory—the TO for its perceived ability to continue to deny rentals to welfare recipients, and the head of DOJ’s housing division for the decree being “one of the most far-reaching ever negotiated,” as it personally and corporately prohibited the Trumps and the TO from “discriminating against any person in the terms, conditions, or privileges  of sale or rental of a dwelling,” and “required Trump to advertise vacancies in minority papers and list vacancies… [preferentially, with a Center of] the Urban League,” as well as to use the ads to inform potential minority applicants that they had equal opportunity to seek housing at TO properties. Finally, it required the TO to “promote minorities to professional jobs,” and it ordered the Trumps “to ‘thoroughly acquaint themselves personally on a detailed basis’ with the Fair Housing Act.” The Justice Department would subsequently further complain that continuing “racially discriminatory conduct by Trump agents has occurred with such frequency that it has created a substantial impediment to the full enjoyment of equal opportunity.”

A Kluxer To The End:

Fred Trump suffered from Alzheimer’s disease for six years. He fell ill with pneumonia in June 1999 and was admitted to Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, where he died at age 93 a few weeks later. Trump’s estate was estimated by his family at $250 million to $300 million; his funeral was held at the Marble Collegiate Church. He is interred at Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery in Middle Village, Queens. His widow, Mary, died the following summer, on August 7, 2000, in New Hyde Park, New York, at age 88.

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They got ‘Al Capone’ (and quite a few others) on “Tax Evasion!”

You all know who voted for this individual…would you now stand by and watch what happens next in the arena of the Republican Domination? Will the world end tomorrow with his finger on the trigger of world annihilation?

http://www.dictionary.com/browse/annihilation

Article Source:
Trump Has Been Telling Us Who He Is For Years, Who Are We?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Trump 
https://search.yahoo.com/search?ei=UTF-8&fr=crmas&p=Fred+Trump 
http://wbur.org/cognoscenti/2017/08/16/charlottesville-steve-almond 

 

…VOTE AS IF YOUR LIFE DEPENDED ON IT – BECAUSE IT DOES!

 

Til Next Time…

 

‘G’
http://blackinamerica.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?id=641608

 

~ “Sankofa” the “Maafa” ~

 “The Black Man has never been a competitor, but has always been subservient to the white race. And just as long as he remains subservient, his position is secure, and just as soon as he becomes a competitor, his fate is sealed.”
~Dr. Benjamin Hayes, Eugenicist, 1905~
http://blackhistory.com/content/273292/maafa-life-after-conquest 

“The Sankofa symbolizes the Akan people’s quest for knowledge among the Akan with the implication that the quest is based on critical examination, and intelligent and patient investigation.
The symbol is based on a mythical bird with its feet firmly planted forward with its head turned backwards.”
http://blackhistory.com/content/288611/sankofa-never-to-forget

 

~ Donald Trump Calls on Russia! ~
http://blackinamerica.com/content/295521/donald-trump-calls-on-russia 

~ “Not One Word Of Sympathy From Lips Spewing Hate!” ~
http://blackinamerica.com/content/293580/not-one-word-of-sympathy-from-lips-spewing-hate 

~ “Eating Jim Crow! ~
http://blackinamerica.com/content/293108/eating-jim-crow 

~”Washington’s Plea to the Sultan of Morocco In The Americas”~
http://blackinamerica.com/content/292084/washington-s-plea-to-the-sultan-of-morocco-in-the-americas 

~ “Sedition – Treason, What’s The Difference?” ~
http://blackinamerica.com/content/291859/sedition-treason-what-s-the-difference 

~ “Coat of Arms” ~
http://blackinamerica.com/content/292074/coat-of-arms 

More Educational Values:
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‘Healthcare Reform:”Old Time Politics – Again”‘
By
Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

“Red Next To Black, Friend to Jack – Red and Yellow, Kill A Fellow!”
“The ‘Healthcare Bill’ projected by the GOP, will surely kill many people!”

Brother ‘Obama’ spoke straight from the heart — directly to Republicans steamrolling the demise of the so-called “Obamacare.”

 

“Public service is not about sport or notching a political win…It’s to make people’s lives better, not worse!”
~President Barack Obama~

 

Nancy Pelosi writes in her email messages:

“Now, I’m emailing again because people’s lives are at stake.

Right now the Senate’s hopes and dreams of squashing President Obama’s legacy are hanging by a thread. Senate Republicans’ final health repeal bill is sickening. They ignored moms and dads who are terrified that their sick kids will lose care. They ignored elderly Americans who will be bankrupted by medical costs.
Gregory, they were driven solely by their vicious hatred for President Obama. We need a massive surge of grassroots opposition — bigger than we’ve EVER seen before — to force McConnell to hear our demands!

The DSCC adds in a survey:

“We asked what’s driving you to resist?”

“The Top Three Concerns Are ‘Protecting The Affordable Care Act,’ ‘Social Security and Medicare,’ and ‘Climate Change!’
“We need to stop the GOP’s plan to repeal “The Affordable Care Act (what they like to call “Obamacare”),” to fight the unfair tax plan that benefits billionaires at the expense of working families, and put an end to Trump’s drastically devastating budget endeavor!”

“Mitch McConnell just released his Obamacare repeal bill — and it’s SICKENING!

He’s planning to strip millions of health care just to destroy President Obama’s incredible legacy. We can’t let them play games with people’s lives just to insult President Obama!

Mitch McConnell just released his new bill to repeal Obamacare — and it’s just as bad as we expected. This bill still aims to rip health care coverage away from millions of Americans, raise costs, and eliminate critical protections for people with pre-existing conditions.

But here’s the thing: undecided Republicans are going to try to use a few small band-aid solutions in the revised bill as political cover for supporting this disastrous plan!”

The Proof Is In The Putting:

“Winners and Losers Complicate GOP’s Path on Health Care Bill”
By
Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press, Associated Press
Associated Press writer Jennifer McDermott in Providence, Rhode Island, contributed to this report.
https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/winners-losers-complicate-gops-path-health-care-bill-183933415.html

 

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans’ latest health care plan would create winners and losers among Americans up and down the income ladder, and across age groups.

“It would give consumers more responsibility for their insurance choices, a goal long held by conservatives who argue that’s key to a true health care market. Younger adults and healthy people in the solid middle class may find more agreeable options. But low-income people may not be able to afford coverage, along with older and sicker adults.

And there are potential unintended consequences for people with employer-provided insurance, currently about 170 million Americans. Allowing individuals to pay premiums from tax-sheltered accounts may create incentives for employers to stop offering coverage, say some independent analysts.

The legislation would put limits on federal spending for Medicaid, a partnership program with states to cover low-income people, the disabled and nursing home residents. The drawback is that state officials could eventually face no-win choices, such as having to pick between paying for coverage for low-wage working mothers and support services for elderly people trying to stay out of nursing homes.

As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., steers toward debate and votes next week, here is a look at some of the latest changes and major issues:

 

CRUZ’S PLAN:

The new Senate bill incorporates the core of a proposal from Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, that would reorganize the market for policies purchased by individuals. As many as 20 million Americans get coverage this way, about half through subsidized markets like HealthCare.gov, created under former President Barack Obama.

Cruz would change basic requirements that Obama’s law imposed on individual plans, including standard benefits such as pregnancy, maternity and newborn care; wellness visits and mental health treatment. The law also requires the same premium rates for sick and healthy people.

Under the Cruz approach, an insurer can offer plans that don’t comply with such requirements, provided they also offer coverage that does. The problem, say critics, is that the healthy would flock to low-premium, skimpy plans, leaving the sick to face escalating prices for comprehensive coverage.

“Healthy people would have opportunities to buy lower-premium, skinnier plans, while people with pre-existing conditions not eligible for premium subsidies could find themselves priced out of insurance,” said Larry Levitt of the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation.

The latest bill includes another $70 billion to help states keep health insurance affordable for older, sicker customers. But it’s not clear how those backstops would work, and the federal funding eventually would end.

Some insurers are worried because of a technical change with huge practical implications: Health plans that enroll healthier customers would no longer have to cross-subsidize those with sicker patients, as is currently required.

“We think it is unworkable,” said Justine Handelman, top Washington lobbyist for the BlueCross BlueShield Association. She predicted skyrocketing costs for taxpayers also, stuck with the bill for sicker patients.

 

EMPLOYER ESCAPE HATCH?:

McConnell’s new bill made a major change to tax-sheltered health savings accounts, which was also advocated by Cruz.

Under the bill, health savings accounts could be used to pay premiums with pre-tax money. Under current law, they can only be used to cover out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles and copayments.

The change is meant to level the playing field for people buying individual plans, as compared to people getting employer coverage. The value of workplace insurance is tax-free for employees and tax-deductible for employers.

But some analysts say McConnell risks undermining workplace coverage.

The upside is that the change might encourage more self-employed people to buy individual health insurance policies. The downside is that some employers may see it as an invitation to drop health benefits, particularly since the GOP also would repeal Obama’s requirement that larger companies provide health care or face fines.

“Allowing individuals to purchase insurance with pre-tax dollars eliminates one of the advantages to employer-provided insurance,” said Elizabeth Carpenter of the Avalere Health consulting firm. “That may lead some employers to consider whether or not they want to continue to offer health insurance.”

 

THE POOR AND THE SICK:

McConnell kept some of the Obama-era tax increases used by Democrats to finance expanded coverage. But the money will be going to shore up private insurance, not the Medicaid program. Medicaid accounts for half or more of the 20 million Americans gaining coverage as a result of the Affordable Care Act.

Medicaid covers low-income people, from many pregnant women and newborns, to disabled people and many elderly nursing home residents. The GOP bill would start by phasing out enhanced federal financing for Obama’s Medicaid expansion, adopted by 31 states. Perhaps more significantly, it would limit future federal funding for the overall program. As a result, it’s estimated Medicaid would cover 15 million fewer people by 2026.

The bill would add $45 billion to help states confronting the opioid epidemic pay for treatment and recovery. But that hasn’t swayed the American Medical Association, which points out that people in recovery also need comprehensive health insurance.

 

Republican governors don’t like the Medicaid cuts, and some have been vocal. About half the states that expanded Medicaid now have GOP chief executives.

 

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, a Republican who oversaw a Medicaid expansion, said more than 200,000 people gained coverage in his state.”

“You think about 210,000 men, women and children, senior citizens, the drug addicted, the chronically ill,” Sandoval said. “These are people that used to get their treatment in emergency rooms, if they got any treatment at all. I keep going back to the fact that they are living a better quality of life.”

 

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Further research reveals through other reports as well, “around twenty-five to more than thirty thousand children from Philadelphia were removed from the ‘Medicaid rolls.’

This particular recorded era came to life at the end of 2012. It was supposed to be part of an effort to eliminate patients with outdated paperwork. According to the ‘City Paper, The Bell Curve, CP’s Quality-O-Life-O-Meter, April 5, 2012, #1401 – The Naked City also said that ‘Corbett,’ the former governer, made grossly negligent statements regarding under-privledged children and their healthcare dilemma.

“If these children want healthcare, they should be willing to fight for it…may the odds be ever in your favor, little girl with brittle bones.”

What are we supposed to make of that type of position and/or statement from an elected official who happens to be an employee of and for the ‘TAXPAYERS’ – who might happen to be recipients of ‘Medicare,’ ‘Medicaid,’ ‘Social Security,’ ‘Disability,’ ‘a paycheck of The Working Poor,’ or ‘Welfare?’

Mr. Tom Tomorrow posted a brief glossary of terms on the healthcare issue. The cartooned skit was posted in the ‘Philly City Paper as well as the aforementioned reports. Tom wrote ‘The Modern World’ comic grid featuring a healthcare conversation…a definition at best.

1)
Single Payer:
Rational health care system, deemed politically unpalatable to low-information voters.

The First Man said:
“Universal Healthcare is the first step on the path to communist tyranny!”

The Second Man said:
“Like up there in Canada!”

 

2)
Insurance Industry Profit:
Primary purpose of American Health System as currently structured (remember, its 2012)

The Man said:
“Here’s how it works – you pay premiums…and we look for reasons to deny you coverage.”

 

3)
Public Option:
Watered down version of single payer: would have provided alternative to private insurers deemed unpalatable to the insurance industry.

The Man said:
“Competition is well and good, but let’s not get carried away.”

 

4)
Individual Mandate:
Market driven plan first proposed by conservative heritage foundation and first implemented by Mitt Romney.

An ’emoji’ or cartoon image of what is supposed to look like President Obama is presented:
“It will be a triumph of bipartisanship! How can my Republican friends object?”

 

5)
Socialism:
Term used by G.O.P. to describe heritage plan after adoption by President Obama.

Politician #1 said:
“Individal mandate? What is that, French for “Government Death Panels?”

Politician #2 said:
“I blame Saul Alinsky!”

Politician #3 said:
“Er…yes! Quite right! I too am outraged!”

 

6)
Supreme Court:
Judicial body with power to overturn ‘The Affordable Care Act’ (a.k.a. “Obamacare”), thanks to the adoption of individual mandate.

Justice #1 said:
“Isn’t this exactly like forcing people to eat broccoli?”

Justice #2 said:
“I hate broccoli!”

Justice #3 said:
…Another ’emoji’ or cartoon image of what is supposed to look like Judge Clarence Thomas, just sits and smiles and whistles to himself as he stares off into space; as complacent as possible.

 

7)
Transvaginal Probes:
The only healthcare mandate conservatives currently support.

The First Man said:
“Government should keep its invasive laws off our bodies!”

The Second Man said:
“Unless we are women seeking abortions!”

The First Man said:
“Which we are not! …Are we?”

 

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Is a public service job supposed to be a lifetime appointment to the house of capital hill or any other public or government entity? What would they do if they were threatened with the loss of his or her health care coverage? I wonder…

This reporter will not get into the listing of what ‘President Barack Obama’ has brought to us…his many accomplishments as our president is public record and a bit too long to place within this posting. …And they have the nerve to attempt at erasing this man’s accomplishments – impossible to do – way too many good things have happened under his watch!

 

“Public service is not about sport or notching a political win…It’s to make people’s lives better, not worse!”

 

I wonder if all of us will get off our resting butts and Vote…the next time around?

 

we all should remember…

“IF YOU DON’T VOTE, YOU DON’T COUNT!”

 

Til Next Time…

 

 

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George Washington’s Letter to the Sultan of Morocco, 12.1.1789, New York City.

http://www.mountvernon.org/digital-encyclopedia/article/morocco/

 

~”Washington’s Plea to the Sultan of Morocco In The Americas”~

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By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

 

‘Washington’s Letter of Plea to The Black Sultan of Morocco’ provides more proof that The Black Man was in the land’s identified as ‘The United States of America!’ Oh Yes, We Were Here First!

 

“It gives me Pleasure to have this Opportunity of assuring your Majesty that, while I remain at the Head of this Nation, I shall not cease to promote every Measure that may conduce to the Friendship and Harmony, which so happily subsist between your Empire and them.”

~George Washington~

 

…Continued From The Article:

“Coat of Arms”

http://blackhistory.com/cgi-bin/blog.cgi?blog_id=292074&cid=10  

George Washington wrote a letter pleading with the ‘Sultan of Morocco’ for permission to reside and engage in commerce in the ‘Americas without being destroyed!’ The letter is dated December 1st, 1789, as recorded and archived in New York City. This shows the ruling culture of the Americas during that era. Oh yes, ruled and governed by Black People, the sovereign body of the land.

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https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=king%20james%20coat%20of%20arms  

 

~ Who Are The Moors–Jabbar Gaines El, Civil Alert Radio – www.Moorishsociety.com ~

 

King JamesVIandI:

‘A Black King of Moorish Descent’

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=black+king+james+history

Published on Jun 10, 2013

A brief history video and Biblical scriptures regarding the true King James VI who descended from a ruling line of black Kings and Queens in Europe; which began after the defeat of Rome in 193 AD. The Black ruling monarchs lasted until The Renaissance Period roughly 1500 – 1600. James commissioned Hebrew Israelites to translate the records & history of a biblical people into what is now known as “The Kings James 1611 Bible.”

134.3.BlackKingJames_4.12.16

 

Images of Black King James:

https://www.google.com/search?q=king+james+coat+of+arms&espv=2&biw=1137&bih=741&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwio9s7Ri4rMAhWMMSYKHaCYAHoQ7AkIMQ&dpr=0.9#tbm=isch&tbs=rimg%3ACcYfIJrQBWWRIjj1TwFQ82GNZSBWrInyBv3e2XiKE0oYdE50fREvEMJn_1N28zaLhLNKm2l4IY2g7gPCTNu32mknDHyoSCfVPAVDzYY1lEZFI1jHf7IzaKhIJIFasifIG_1d4RkUjWMd_1sjNoqEgnZeIoTShh0ThHugJLJIedrEyoSCXR9ES8Qwmf8EZFI1jHf7IzaKhIJ3bzNouEs0qYRD5_1ZWi2B_1_10qEgnaXghjaDuA8BGhq6YWyIhl4yoSCZM27faaScMfERSECqLyAC7k&q=king%20james%20coat%20of%20arms

 

“The Dark Ages Black Monarchy of Europe King James”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ci2iXB3GJj0

 

The White-Faced Versions:

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=king%20james%201

 

Hidden Colors:

“The Moors, The Greatest Race-Traitors In Black History”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOzI3GTU6Cc

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Hidden+Colors+%22The+Moors%2C+The+Greatest+Race-Traitors+In+Black+History%22

 

“Slavery and George Washington”

http://www.mountvernon.org/george-washington/biography/?gclid=COSggJL6icwCFcYfhgodFlcOaQ

 

At age 11, George Washington inherited 10 slaves from his father. In those days in Virginia, the institution of slavery was considered “a given” and slaves, like land and other property, could be bought, sold, given away, rented out, and passed down through inheritance. As a young man, George was no different from other members of the Virginia planter class in his attitude that there was nothing morally wrong with slavery.

 

When he married Martha, Washington more than doubled the number of slaves under his control through “dower slaves” that she brought to the marriage. In 1759, there were about 40 slaves living at Mount Vernon. Although Washington had control over the dower slaves as a result of his marriage, they were not his property; instead they belonged to the estate of Martha’s first husband.

 

Washington’s enslaved manservant, Billy Lee, entered the war at Washington’s side and stayed with him throughout the revolution. Like his owner, Billy Lee was widely known as a courageous and expert horseman.

 

As Washington prepared his will, he drew up a list of the Mount Vernon slaves who belonged to either the Custis estate or to him. He found that altogether there were 316 enslaved men, women, and children living at Mount Vernon. Some of these individuals worked in the fields, while others were employed as house servants or as craftsmen in more than a dozen specialties ranging from blacksmithing, to spinning, to bricklaying, weaving, and cooking, to name just a few. At the time of the 1799 census, nearly half of Mount Vernon’s enslaved population was either too old or too young to work.

 

Washington made provisions in his will to free all of his own slaves but could not free those (or the descendants of those) whom Martha had brought to the marriage. By Virginia law, her grandchildren would inherit her “dower slaves.” Because the two groups had intermarried, emancipation of Washington’s slaves proved bittersweet.

 

By freeing his slaves, George Washington tried to set an example for others to follow. He was the only slaveholder among the founding fathers to free his slaves.

 

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Morocco · George Washington’s Mount Vernon

http://www.mountvernon.org/search/?q=moors#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=moors&gsc.page=1

http://www.mountvernon.org/digital-encyclopedia/article/morocco/

 

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“Great and Magnanimous Friend, Mohammed Ibn Abdullah, The Emperor of Morocco”

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On December 1, 1789, George Washington sat down to write a letter to an old friend of his country. Ironically, however, the letter recipient was someone that Washington had never met. Just over seven months earlier, Washington had been inaugurated the first president of the United States and had set up his office in the country’s temporary capital of New York City.

 

In the intervening months, he had begun putting together his cabinet, gotten Mrs. Washington and the two grandchildren they were raising settled in their new house, organized a scheme for his official entertaining, survived a near-fatal illness, and taken a one-month tour of the New England states. Now, as he started the letter, he began with the salutation, “Great and Magnanimous Friend.” The recipient of the letter he wrote that day was Mohammed Ibn Abdullah, the Emperor of Morocco.1

 

Sidi Mohammed learned about the American colonies’ struggle for independence through the French consul assigned to Morocco and via European newspapers. He began reaching out to the Americans on December 20, 1777, by including them on a list of countries who would be welcomed in Moroccan ports. In an effort to assist the process of opening diplomatic relations with the new country, several months later the Moroccan Emperor appointed a French merchant, Etienne Caille, to serve as consul for unrepresented nations—including the new United States—at his court.

 

Caille got to work quickly, writing on April 14, 1778 to Benjamin Franklin the American minister to France. Upon receiving the letter, Franklin sought the advice of French officials, who suggested that “it was not safe to have any correspondence with him.” Caille also tried to get through to the Americans via their minister in Madrid, John Jay.2

 

The American response must have disappointing. Years after Sidi Mohammed had first offered to open his ports to American shipping, president of the Continental Congress Samuel Huntington wrote to a friend to say that he had just received a letter on “Behalf of the Emperor inviting these United States to trade in his Ports.”3 It was another three months, in December 1780, before the President of Congress finally responded to the Emperor, assuring him of congressional desire “to cultivate a sincere and firm Peace, and Friendship with your Majesty, and to make it lasting to all Posterity.”4

 

Relations continued at a slow pace for another four years—seven years after the Emperor’s initial overtures to the Americans. In May of 1784, the Continental Congress “Resolved, That treaties of amity, or of amity and commerce, be entered into with Morocco, and the regencies of Algiers, Tunis and Tripoly, to continue for the same term of ten years, or for a term as much longer as can be procured.” After noting “That the occupations of the war and distance of our situation have prevented our meeting [the Emperor’s] friendship so early as we wished,” Congress also “Resolved, That a commission be issued to Mr. J. Adams, Mr. B. Franklin and Mr. T. Jefferson, giving powers to them…to make and receive propositions for such treaties of amity and Commerce, and to negotiate and sign the same, transmitting them to Congress for their final ratification; and that such commission be in force for a term not exceeding two years.”5

 

However, in Morocco, the Emperor would not have known about these developments until months later. Feeling that he needed to do something dramatic to get the Americans’ attention, he ordered the capture of an American ship and held it until he was sure that progress was finally underway. In August 1785, Thomas Jefferson wrote to a friend at home, confirming the story, explaining: “You have been told with truth that the Emperor of Marocco has shewn disposition to enter into treaty with us: but not truly that Congress has not attended to his advances and thereby disgusted him. . . His dispositions continue good. As a proof of this, he has lately released freely and cloathed well the crew of an American brig he took last winter.”6

 

The new American special agent for Morocco, Thomas Barclay, was appointed in October 1785 and arrived in the country the following summer. Within a week of his arrival in June 1786, Barclay met twice with the Emperor and was able to report that, “It will be agreeable…for you to know that the last draught of the treaty is made, and will probably be signed in a few days, and that our stay here will not exceed that of a week from this time.”7 The treaty negotiations were completed by the middle of July 1786 and Barclay set out for Europe. It took another year for the treaty to go into effect, signed by two of the Americans ministers, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, in January 1787. The treaty was ratified by Congress in July of the same year, and finally signed by the president of Congress on July 18, 1787.” It would remain in effect for fifty years.

 

It had taken almost ten years to bring the treaty to fruition, but when George Washington sat down to write his letter to the Emperor of Morocco, he knew that this friendship was significant. After explaining the change in the government with the adoption of the new Constitution, and introducing himself as the new head of the American government, Washington assured Sidi Mohammed that “The Encouragement which your Majesty has been pleased, generously, to give to our Commerce with your Dominions; the Punctuality with which you have caused the Treaty with us to be observed …make a deep Impression on the United States, and confirm their Respect for, and Attachment to your Imperial Majesty.”

 

Washington continued, explaining that, “It gives me Pleasure to have this Opportunity of assuring your Majesty that, while I remain at the Head of this Nation, I shall not cease to promote every Measure that may conduce to the Friendship and Harmony, which so happily subsist between your Empire and them.” Washington closed with these words of blessing: “May the Almighty bless your Imperial Majesty, our great and magnanimous Friend, with his constant Guidance and Protection.”9 Sadly, in keeping with the tenor of the confusing and complicated negotiations, Sidi Mohammed never received George Washington’s letter—the Emperor passed away two months before the missive arrived.

 

Mary V. Thompson

Research Historian

Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens

 

Notes:

  1. “George Washington to [Sidi Mohammed], The Emperor of Morocco, 1 December 1789,” The Writings of George Washington, Vol. 30, ed. John C. Fitzpatrick (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office), 474-6.

 

  1. “Samuel Huntington to Etienne d’Audibert Caille,” Letters of Delegates to Congress, Vol. 16 (September 1, 1780-February 28, 1781), eds. Paul H. Smith and others (Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1989), 519n.

 

  1. “Samuel Huntington to Jonathan Trumbull, Sr., 4 September 4, 1780,” Letters of Delegates to Congress, Vol. 16 (September 1, 1780-February 28, 1781), eds. Paul H. Smith and others (Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1989), 16 & 17, 17n3 & 17n4.

 

  1. “Samuel Huntington to the Sultan of Morocco, [December 1780],” in Letters of Delegates to Congress, 16:519 & 519n, 16:520.

 

  1. “Resolution, 7 May 1784,” Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789, 26:361-362.

 

  1. “Thomas Jefferson to John Page, 20 August 1785,” The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, 8:418-419.

 

  1. “Thomas Barclay to American Peace Commissioners, 26 June 1786,” The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 10 (June 22, 1786-December 31, 1786), ed. Julian P. Boyd and others (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1954), 71-2.

 

  1. Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789, 585.

 

9.”George Washington to [Sidi Mohammed], The Emperor of Morocco, 1 December 1789,” The Writings of George Washington, Vol. 30, ed. John C. Fitzpatrick (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office), 474-6.

 

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Morocco

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Letters of Delegates to Congress: Volume 16 September 1, 1780 – February 28, 1781

Samuel Huntington to the Sultan of Morocco

 

[December 1780] The Congress of the Thirteen United States of North America, to the High, Potent and Most Noble Prince, The King and Emperour of Morocco.

Most noble and puissant Prince!

 

We, the Congress of the Thirteen United States of North America, have been informed of Your Majesty’s favourable Regard to the Interests of the People we represent; which has been communicated by Mons Etienne D’Audibert Caille, of Salee, Consul for Foreign Nations unrepresented in Your Majesty’s States. (1) We assure you of our earnest Desire to cultivate a sincere and firm Peace, and Friendship with your Majesty, and to make it lasting to all Posterity.

 

In Order that we may demonstrate more fully the high Value we place upon the Amity of so enlightened and magnanimous a Prince, we have given the necessary Orders to our Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of His Most Christian Majesty, the King of France, and a proper Person will receive Powers to enter into Negociations for settling a Treaty of Peace and Commerce with such representative of Your Majesty as you may please to appoint. This, from Your Majesty’s great Wisdom and Generosity, we have no Doubt will be adjusted to the mutual Advantage of both Nations.

 

In the mean Time should any of the Subjects of our States come within <<your Majesty’s>Ports or Territories, we flatter ourselves they will receive the Benefit of your Protection and Benevolence. You may assure yourself of every Protection and Assistance to your Subjects from the People of these States whenever and wherever they may have it in their Power.

 

We pray your Majesty may enjoy long Life and uninterrupted Prosperity.

Signed in, and by Order of the Congress of the thirteen, United States of North America, Day of the Month of December in the year of our LORD Christ 1780 and of our Independence.

 

FC (DNA: PCC, item 98). In the hand of William Churchill Houston.

(1) See the preceding entry.

 

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A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1875

 

Letters of Delegates to Congress: Volume 16 September 1, 1780 – February 28, 1781 –Artemas Ward to Unknown

 

Letters of Delegates to Congress: Volume 16 September 1, 1780 – February 28, 1781

Artemas Ward to Unknown

 

Sir [December 1780] (1)

Your Letter of the twenty fourth of Novr. last is at last come to hand; for which I return you my warmest thanks. With astonishment I read the several pieces of Intelligence. In the year 1760 Octor. 25.

 

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DECEMBER 1780

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Artemas Ward

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DECEMBER 1780

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G_____ the third came to the Throne. What declarations & Promises did he make? What fulsome addresses were presented to him? On the 25 of Octor. 80._____ (2) came to the throne [. . .] has he promised & recommended in words, and what fulsome nonsense has been presented to him, by way [of] addresses? Has the conduct of the two gr[eat men] anyways comported with their former declarations & engagements? I [ think ] not at all. The conduct of the last has been such if I am rightly informed, that the Jealousy of all ought to be awakened, Lest the morals of the people are debauched by his evil examples & [. . .] State we become a profligate Commonwealth. However I am always for making the best of everything-I think it is a smile in Providence that he has discovered himself so dearly to the people and so early after his accession (as it is called in one of the acts). Unless the people are Stupidly blind (which I don’t think they are) they will see their error, and if proper measures are taken previous to the next-to rouse the Genious of old Cato to address them in the mouth of & in the manner mentioned by my friend, great good will arise to the Community. People many times run into excesses for want of consideration & when this is the case there is no more effectual way to bring them to a sense of their duty than, to address them in a serious, and Solemn manner. It is of importance that it should be done in due season; should it be delayed until the people are habituated to these Views it will be more difficult to bring them off & there will be danger of a general corruption of morals. Should this corruption spread we shall have reason to fear that destruction will follow. I am sometimes ready to fear that, this Generation must be moved of[f] the Stage [before?] Peace, Liberty & Righteousness will flourish on this Continent in a manner wished for. The Stiff necked Israelites of old, were made to wander in the wilderness until the rebellious generation were dead before the tribes of Israel were permitted to enjoy the Promised land. Innumerable have been the remarkable appearances of Divine Providence in favour of this people but alas how unmindful have they been of the Hand that supported and the Ar[m] that saved them. If there was that attention paid to Virtue and Religion which ought to be, and a sincere desire to acknowledge God in all our ways we might then have grounds to hope in the Divine favour for deliverance from a[ll] the Calamities we now feel. But so long as the people with their rulers at their head are in pursute of folly & vanity, we have no reason to expect anything [but] that the hand of the Lord will be stretched out against us & we be made to feel [the] terribleness of His wrath. It is the duty of every one to exert himself to info[rm] the ignorant and to reclaim the vicious, to stir up the minds of all to a sense [of] their duty, that the great exertions of our Pious ancestors to establish a re[fuge] for Liberty & Righteousness on this continent may not at this period be lo[st] through the abounding folly & wickedness of us their degenerate offspring.

 

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FC (MHi: Ward Papers). In the hand of Artemas Ward.

(1) Although this letter is undated, Ward was responding to one ‘of the twenty fourth of Novr. lasts from an unknown correspondent who had obviously discussed the October 25, 1780, inauguration of John Hancock as governor of Massachusetts.

(2) That is, John Hancock.

 

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Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774-1789

 

The United States of America, in Congress assembled, to all who shall see these presents, greetings : Whereas the United States of America in Congress assembled, by their commission bearing date the twelfth day of May one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, thought proper to constitute John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson, their ministers plenipotentiary, giving to them, or a majority of them, full powers to confer, treat and negociate with the ambassador, minister or commissioner of His Majesty the Emperor of Morocco

 

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‘Untold Black History: The Moors and Myths Surrounding The Slavery Holocaust’

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Images of The Sultan of Morocco:

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This report is significant in the delivery of data and/or information regarding the ‘True History’ of Blacks in World History. Many images and records of Prominent Black Leadership around the world have been ‘white-washed’ in order to present the only leadership possible is that of the white race. This article provides historic detail and recordings of agreements, pleas, deals, and pacts of bi-racial communications to the contrary whereas the lunatic assumptions detailing whites as the leaders and progenitors of “the True World Order.”

 

~ “It’s Not The Things You Know, It’s The Things You Know That Just Ain’t So!” ~

 

 

Til Next Time…

 

In Pride, Justice, Truth, Peace, and Love,

 

‘G’

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~ “SANKOFA” the “MAAFA” ~

 

 

 

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