The “Dred Scott Decision”


The “Dred Scott Decision”


Dred Scott was a so called African slave (an unnaturalized Moor) who went to the courts in Missouri and then to the Supreme Court seeking redress of injuries for being held as a slave and also for freedom for his family. The Dred Scott case is one of the most famous cases of the Supreme Court. What most people are not aware of is the ruling of the case still stands, and those known as Blacks, Afro American, African American are still effected by it because they have not naturalized according to the U.S. Constitution and do not know about the door way that Prophet Noble Drew Ali has opened up for that process to be fulfilled through the Proclamations of President Abraham Lincoln and the 13th Amendment with “20 sections”. Without going through that process, Blacks, Afro/African Americans are still in rebellion and not a True American Citizen; along with everyone else who claim to be a 14th Amendment citizen.

The basis of Dred Scott losing his case in the Supreme Court are: 

1. Persons of African descent cannot be, nor were ever intended to be, citizens under the U.S. Constitution. Plaintiff is without standing to file a suit. 

2. The Property Clause is only applicable to lands possessed at the time of ratification (1787). As such, Congress cannot ban slavery in the territories. Missouri Compromise is unconstitutional. 

3. Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment prohibits the federal government from freeing slaves brought into federal territories. 

The remedy for this situation is: 

The Moorish Science Temple 

The Divine and National Movement of North America, Inc; #13 

The Moorish American National Republic

Along with the enforcement of the Proclamations of Abraham Lincoln, the 13 Amendment with 20 sections, the Hebrew codes that deals with freedom of slaves, the United states Constitution, Act 6. of the Moorish Divine Constitution and By-Laws and the Oath of Amnesty and Reconstruction. Without the birth certificate, status, classification, identification, religion etc being corrected on the record, so called Blacks will not be in line with Constitutional law and will not be proper Citizens. We suggest you read and research the Dred Scott case, some links with info are below. 

If you have question about the Dred Scott case or other subjects you can send your questions to [email protected] Your questions will be answered on the next Sunday Conference Call in the order that they are received

Sunday Town Hall

Answering questions about the Divine and National side of our movement, including but not limited to Our policy of freedom, Emancipation Proclamations of President Lincoln and the original 13th amendment with 20 sections, etc.

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