The Cherry Tree and the Hatchet

The Cherry Tree and the Hatchet : Was George Washington the Hatchet Man for European Political Will in a Conspiracy to Usurp the Moorish/Aboriginal Government?

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The "Cherry Tree" story hold significance to many Americans and has been used though out American history and education to convey the importance of the principles of honesty and trust to many a reader. However, not all interpret Weems proverb the same. In contrast, Moorish American history reveals a sinister side of the meaning housed within the immortal "Cherry Tree" story. The chopping down of the "Cherry Tree" has political and historic significance as it relates to so-called blacks (Moors) in the Americas (1). The story is said to record a monumental turning point in the transformation of American government and the destruction and usurpation of Moorish/Aboriginal existence for centuries to come. This topic of the Moorish American flag, the Treaty of Peace and Friendship and Moors being Subjects of the Moroccan Empire has been reintegrated many times over. Therefore, we will not spend much time on the issue. Our emphasis will be the unfoldment of events regarding the Moors in the theater of the Americas; specifically North America.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 2.03mm | 86.18g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507733089
  • 9781507733080

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