Our Vision and Mission
Our vision is that of a Nation where each and every National and citizen can rest assured and not fear law enforcement professionals. Our Mission, through our Marshal/Vicegerent, is to ensure the safety of the Nationals and citizens of the United States of America Republic. We constantly provide and promote innovative and cutting‐edge solutions to National challenges in policing in our communities by providing an avenue for Nationals and citizens to have a direct course of action for the prevention of criminal activities in policing.
"Preventing and Fighting Crime”
The MARSHAL/VICEGERENT has been established, not only for fighting crime in communities Nationwide, but even more so, to investigate and prosecute corrupt judicial and law enforcement officials along with their agencies for criminal activities. These activities include: Human Trafficking, Murder, Assault and Excessive Force. Our goal is to bring them to justice through enhanced cooperation and innovation on police and security matters; as well as the enforcement of International Laws on the American continent and beyond."
By facilitating the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal law enforcement authorities, this ensures police service units can communicate securely throughout the country…stamping out Racism and Criminal activities in Law Enforcement. We enable global access to police data and information; and provide operational support on specific priority crime areas.
In fostering continuous “skills” improvement Marshals/Vicegerents are provided with competent training and curriculum, scaled to prevent and fight crime that effectuates justice nationwide.
We strive for innovation at all times in the areas of “policing” and “security” matters. “No man in this Country is so High that he is above the Law; and no officer of the Law can set that Law at defiance with impunity. All the officers of the government from the highest to the lowest are creatures of the Law and are bound to obey it.” U.S. v. Lee.
What We Provide
I have Behold, thy Lord said to the angels: "I will create a Vicegerent on earth. They said: "Wilt Thou place therein one who will make mischief therein and shed blood? Whilst we do celebrate Thy praise and glorify Thy holy (name)?" He said, "I know what ye know not" (HQ 2:30).
In this verse, there is a declaration of the potentialities that man can have; s/he is a vicegerent of God, but factually s/he has the power to mischief as the angels perceived. The angels cannot be disobedient to Allah, but they expressed their limitations when they said that they could not see the wisdom of sending Adam to the Earth. They could see one fact: man has the ability to destroy and fight. The wisdom of creating "a vicegerent on earth" lies in Allah's Knowledge. "I know what ye know not". Therefore, the angels fell down in obeisance:
And behold, We said to the angels: "Bow down to Adam:" and they bowed down: not so lblis: he refused and was haughty: he was of those who reject Faith" (HQ 2:34).
lblis or Satan did not obey Allah's commandment because he denied the fact that Adam is a Vicegerent of Allah, and took the challenge to prove that Adam does not deserve to be in such a high rank. By so doing Satan was not accepting his limitations, and was full of pride as a powerful creature. When Adam made that act of disobedience out of ignorance, he was ready to repent. Here lies the very unique character of Adam. Both Satan and Adam are given the power to obey or disobey the Divine Law. However, Adam may fall in mistakes out of ignorance or he may forget his mission and his way, Satan disobeys God's directions out of arrogance and limited knowledge. He does not accept to be mistaken and his role is to prove that he is right. He challenges the Power of Truth by illusions. His followers stuck to illusions as real, and reject the Path to the truth. Naturally, Satan and his followers will meet their destiny by being in great suffering:
"Get out from this, disgraced and expelled. If any of them follow thee, Hell will I fill with you all. (HQ: 7: 186).
Yet man is not God, neither is s/he a reincarnation of God. The highest rank that man can achieve is to realize the goal of her/his own existence and to become God's Servant and His Vicegerent. To represent Allah on earth as Vicegerent (Khalifa) gives Man the chance to be in complete harmony with the Divine.
" So my Servant is still trying to get closer to me by all means till I love him. If I loved him I would be his ears with which he hears, his eye with which he sees, his hand with which he works, and his legs with which he walks"(DH).
As God's vicegerent and His servant, man carries a divine nature within her/his soul; it is the "Trust" that God gifted her/him with, and the spirit that He breathed unto her/him:
When I have fashioned him (in due proportion) and breathed into him of My spirit, fall ye down in obeisance unto him." (HQ: 15:29).
But He fashioned him in due proportion, and breathed into him from His spirit (HQ 32: 9).
Jurisdiction of U.S.A.R. Marshals/Vicegerent
The Jurisdictions of the
United States of America Republic
Shall consist of 10 Provinces. The Moorish American Nationals and citizens for the United States of America Republic shall Live in these Provinces. The United States of America Republic shall have the Power as the Dejure Government of the Continent with Full Power to Impose and Enforce the Law of the Land.
Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin
Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee
Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri,
Nebraska, N. Dakota, S. Dakota
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Nevada, Washington
Alabama, Canal Zone, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas
Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, Wyoming
N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia
Delaware, D.C., Maryland, Mariana Islands, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont
Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire,
"A government's general power to exercise authority over all persons and things within its territory; esp. a state's power to create interests that will be recognized under common-law principles as valid in other states."
Jurisdiction is power to declare the law!
Capron v. Van Noorden, 6 US 126, 2 Cranch 126 (1804)
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