One Love is Law 
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 In 1996, the Emperial Washitaw Nation of the Empire Washitaw de Dugdamoundyah was recognized as one of the ‘oldest indigenous people on earth,’ by the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.

On page 21 of the FINAL LIST OF ATTENDANCE of the Working Group on Indigenous Populations, we find irrefutable evidence.            One Love.
Excerpt from page 21 of UN Economic and Social Council  Publication listing
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   Peace and love brothers and sisters.

    We have many things to teach the world and each other about our story.

    Get ready. As usual, we are here to set the record straight.  - Brother Umar

Time to Teach

to Love

& not Hate.

Peace Brother Umar,
Why have you and the Washitaw Nation drawn so much attention in the aftermath of the Alton Sterling Murder in Baton Rouge?

Answer: 1. We lead the march the first day after Alton was executed by the two male members of the Baton Rouge Police Department who were acting under the color of law.

2.We call for United Nations peacekeeping troops from 
Africa to come to protect inhabitants of so-called African American communities and prisoners.

3. We called for international  condemnation of the human rights violations against the persons in the United States politically classified as black, colored, or descendants of imported, kidnapped Africans, and the dark-skinned indigenous nations of mound building Muurs,as well as the tribal peoples recognized as indians.
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