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The Essence of International Law

Moroccan Press Team

Nov 5, 2022

international law

Every de jure law nation has its own international law, but the sole purpose of international law is to protect the natural people, who are the national inhabitants to the organic lands and make sure a birthright protection is in constant effectuation, among different strata of the order of divine society.  Breaking international law, thus, is synonymous to threatening the integrity of the land and its rightful inhabitants, excluding occupants and colonizers, who attempt to loot and pillage the resources of the lands belonging strictly to the natural people.

From the order of supreme law of the lands, where nature ruled the lives of man to the modern-day, de jure law national courts -- the journey of international law, irrespective of its territorial predominance, is as enduring and abundant, as the journey of the humanity.  Simply as humanity is still growing, progressing and re-evolving, the natural law that persists humanity, is still upheld by a competent and upright society of natural people, and is likewise still progressing constantly.  Old, yet effective, rules are re-visited for sustainability to the order of divine nature, which has been around for thousands of years, for the benefit and morality of natural beings; addendum / annexation laws are derived specifically from the true foundation and high principles of de jure law, which is common law on an international scale, for the protections of the organic people of the land, ensuring the wellness of the land and such people, who are the historical natives to such organic lands all around the world.

The principles of international law has remained structurally sound for millennia, as upright woman and man ensue a high cultural reality for the benefit of all life on Earth.  The symbolism of de jure law is legally represented by the blind-folded woman (Justice) -- the factor being divine law does not see who is in front of it, however upholds it fairly and unbiased for all.  Such de jure law can be classified under various classifications -- For example, Constitutional law related to the constitution of the land, Human Rights, Environmental Protection, International Law and so on and so forth.

The finest part of knowing the supreme law of the land, which is international law based entirely upon the nationals to each land and its territories, is that one can invoke the supreme law of the land at any point in the protection of his or her birthrights, by morale standards in receiving justice for wrongdoings conducted against him or her, by others within the society or outside of the society.  How one upholds international law and how de jure law is supported in a society, depends upon the natural peoples’ values of ethics, morals, and societal customs passed on to them by their fore-mothers and fore-fathers of prior decades, centuries, and even millennia.

Each organic land mass (a continent and its territories) has its own de jure law and upright customs, prescribed specifically by the competent and qualified people / public holding proven knowledge and wisdom, but the sole function of international law, is to provide a fair and natural mechanism, to ensure justice and integrity throughout a morally-sustained society, consisting of the native inhabitants to the organic lands by birthrights.  How one upholds de jure law and how such divine law is supported in a moral society, depends entirely upon the peoples’ knowledge of the prescribed ancient and moral customs and ethics, upheld by a unanimously upright society throughout history. Overall, it is the natural people, collectively, who sustain their moral societies and keep international law alive and well, for the protection of all upright and moral beings (not just a select few).  It is such a divine custom by international law, in how a moral society is sustained for generations.

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