Pure Islamism Vs. Islamic Fundamentalism 01/05 by Alis MEN Radio | Politics Podcasts

According to Keys 17 & 18 of the Moorish Questionnaire, Islamism is the “old time religion”. However, Islamism is currently perceived, by mainstream society, as a radically political religion that’s engulfed in

Source: Pure Islamism Vs. Islamic Fundamentalism 01/05 by Alis MEN Radio | Politics Podcasts


People of states, MoRe (pun MooR) than people of statements

I aspire to be among the people of states, MoRe (pun MooR) than people of statements. Beyond what I agree with Mohamed Ghilan statements: “This language of love is usually lost upon the ones who go through life treating their relationships as balance sheets with assets and liabilities.” I aim for that state, whereas. in a Divine Union, a husband & wife no longer sees each other as him or her, but One, or as the other alternative expression the Qur’an most frequently uses, “We” to identify with the Unity. To achieve that spiritual intimacy & ecstasy of Divine Union that can be articulated by what Stevie Wonder says in his song “As” where the verse goes “Until the day that you are me and I am you – Now ain’t that loving you!!!” That’s the LOVE of a MooRish Moslem demonstrating MooRish Science (etymologically meaning LOVE Science; being first & primary principle of the five: Love, Truth, Peace, Freedom, & Justice), Mursaleen, Sufi, Mutasawwifin, muslims.
Imam Abū Hāmid Al-Ghazzāli statement:
فعلمت يقينا أنهم أرباب الأحوال، لا أصحاب الأقوال
I knew with certainty that they [Sufis] are people of states, not people of statements (More)

Tribute to Noble Kedar Balkhan Talib Bey & Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey

Great Garvey Day! Maior (Great in Latin/Latimore) Noble Kedar Bey Day! Tribute to two august people whose births on the 17th of this august month of August, referred colloquially as “Black August” in the African centered conscious community.


The following are the Olmec Mayan Moorish Cosmology of both. See how the cosmic Oracle reveals both Divine purpose.

Noble Kedar Bey is “The Self-Existent Red Dragon” [check link for more: http://www.starroot.com/cgi/daycalc.pl  & [http://www.preambletrust.com/Biographies.html ]

Hon. Marcus Garvey-Bey (Bey is according to his Moorish attribute) is “Yellow Galactic Warrior”.  [check link for more: http://www.starroot.com/cgi/daycalc.pl &  http://www.marcusgarvey.net/Information/history.htm  ]

Red Self-Existing Dragon
Blue Western Castle of Burning
Earth family- Cardinal      Clan- Fire
I define in order to nurture
Measuring being
I seal the input of birth
With the self-existing tone of form
I am guided by the power of navigation
Yellow Galactic Warrior
Green Central Castle of Enchantment
Earth family- Cardinal      Clan- Sky
I harmonize in order to question
Modeling fearlessness
I seal the output of intelligence
With the galactic tone of integrity
I am guided by the power of universal fire

Native Hawaiians to Federal Government: Give Us Back Our Kingdom by  Frances Kai-Hwa Wang – Repost

Native Hawaaiin


The federal government posed a series of questions to Native Hawaiians, with whom it’s seeking to reestablish nation-to-nation status. The answer it received, to all, was a resounding “no.”
This week, the Department of the Interior wrapped up two weeks of public meetings in Hawaii soliciting input from the Native Hawaiian community on setting up a similar structure to the one it has with Native American tribes.

Kale Gumapac was one of the 130 people who signed up to speak in Hilo on the island of Hawaii.
“[On] the questions that you raised for everyone to answer. It’s a trap,” said Gumapac. “But I’m going to answer it anyway. ‘A‘ole [No]. No to everything that you guys are wanting and everything you are wanting to do. Because we can do it ourselves. We have our own government. We have the Queen, Liliuokalani, and the constitution of the Kingdom of Hawaii continues to exist. You need to learn that constitution so that you can know when to ask permission to come into the Kingdom of Hawaii.”

Gumapac and hundreds more showed up to testify at the fifteen public hearings held on the islands of Oahu, Lanai, Molokai, Kauai, Hawaii, and Maui.

Residents delivered passionate accounts of Hawaiian history, U.S. militarism, cultural and environmental degradation, land disputes, and a steady stream of “no’s” to the five questions asked by the Department of Interior.

“The Kingdom of Hawaii was never a tribe,” Francis Moku Malani, Jr. testified at the Hilo hearing last week, “We are a sovereign nation.”

The 1993 Apology Resolution publicly acknowledged and apologized for the United States’ involvement in the illegal overthrow of Queen Liliuokalani and the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1893, admitting that the United States violated Native Hawaiians’ right to self-determination and international law.

In 2000, the Departments of the Interior and Justice jointly issued a recommendation for self-determination for Native Hawaiians. From 2000 to 2010, Senator Daniel Akaka tried unsuccessfully to push what has become known as “The Akaka Bill” for federal recognition through Congress.

“No to everything that you guys are wanting and everything you are wanting to do. Because we can do it ourselves.”

These public meetings come now as the Secretary of the Interior considers a federal administrative rule to reestablish a government-to-government relationship with the Native Hawaiian community. More than 560 tribes currently hold similar status, with federal considerations on issues ranging from land management to social services.

Mililani Trask, attorney and United Nations expert on indigenous people, said while most Hawaiians wanted federal recognition, the way the government was proceeding was unacceptable.

“I think every Hawaiian would like to see a nation-to-nation relationship, but it can only happen when both nations are given a seat at the table,” Trask said at the Hilo meeting.

“What you propose here is that the nation that overthrew our peoples and apologized for it without making reparations, that that nation would sit at the table and somehow fashion a procedure, hoping that in the future another true nation would somehow emerge. That will never happen.”

Five more public meetings will be held on the mainland U.S. through the beginning of August, and public comment from the Native Hawaiian community and federally recognized Native American tribes will be accepted until August 19.

First published July 11th 2014, 8:45 am