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Yes and No, We have founded a state for the edification of the entire African Diaspora with a concentration on the liberation of Foundational Black and Indigenous Americans. We believe that there are vast resources within this branch of the Diaspora that can be mobilized, expatriated, and exported around the world through our system of Consular City Sites. We however are not exclusively a Black State.
Yes. The United Nations, Montevideo Convention, and Vienna Convention have defined a state or nation as a self determined governing body that possesses a territory, population, democratic constitution, and the ability to communicate and cooperate with other recognized nations. We fulfill each of those requisites and are reaching out to other nations to develop diplomatic ties and recognition.
We have not yet been formally recognized by another internationally recognized nation. We are working on this, though it is not a requirement to our Statehood. The Montevideo Convention holds that the self-determination of a population, and the fulfillment of the remaining requirements as outline by the convention and generally accepted in the wider International Community suffices to create a state. We have however been recognized by other royals, organizations, and thousands of followers.
As a group of both Black and Indigenous people we are at right to the claiming of all present American territory. We however are not seeking to war with the US government regarding this territory. Nor are we seeking to trample over any other peoples for territory. To fulfil the UN requirements to statehood we have claimed the terra nullius lands at Bir Tawil. These lands have been depopulated and claim relinquished by both the governments of Egypt and Sudan.
There are no recognized claims to the land of Bir Tawil as both the Egyptian and Sudanese governments have denied claim. The Ababda and Bishari tribes historically pass through the area as nomadic peoples. We wish to work with them. As the area as of late is inhospitable to habitation without further infrastructure these peoples have moved closer to water resources in the Halaib Triangle region.
Black and Indigenous Americans were granted citizenship by the US but no documents hold that these peoples are obligated to maintain this social contract. Americans hold the right to free speech. The only US law barring present citizens from working with or negotiating with other nations is the Logan Act which precludes citizens from negotiating on the behalf of the US government with any nation in present conflict with the United States. This of course does not apply.
Yes. We believe the entire diaspora is connected, for any of us to truly by successful all of us must be uplifted. We are seeking a peaceful, unified, and sustainable Africa.
It has been argued that we should just repatriate existing African Nations. To that we say our goals of uniting and edifying the entire diaspora cannot be reached within the present framework of nations and governments on the Continent. If they could we wouldn't be where we are. The development of Specific African nations alone through repatriation is not feasible due to the expense of people repatriating into an often credit-less system. Many African Nations are also still bound by colonial
We are purely neither socialist or capitalists. Most of the worlds governments employ policies that fall on either or both sides of this coin. We have designed our system this way. While we encourage free market economics and capitalistic pursuits we have also created social programs and assistance for the diaspora funded by National Businesses and Land Tax.
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