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Mr. Bill Clinton
President of the United States of America
The White House
Washington, D.C.
November 20,1992
Mr. President,
It is a great pleasure on this first occasion on which I, the Most. Rt. Hon. King Emmanuel Charles Edwards on behalf of the Government and People of the Ethiopia Africa Black International Cogress Church of Salvation, of which Iam Founder, Leader, President, High Priest, God and King, take this pleasureto Communicate with you to offer My Sincere Congratulations on your landslide election victory in the recent Presidential Elections. As you are now the 42nd President of the United States, We are particularly Happy that it has been bestowed on you at this time..May your tenure in office be a fruitful one, as We are anticipating that you will use your portfolio through a heart of Love and Understanding to minister Equality and

Justice to the Black Suffering Masses and bring about
the long overdue Fulfilment of our Fundamental Freedom, Redemption and International Repatriation to Africa/Ethiopia through Articles 1-15-30 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Article 55 and 56 of the United Nations Charter.

I, President Emmanuel Charles Edwards, the only Comissioned Ambassador of Emperor Haile Selassie I´s Repatriation Network for the Blacks demand that you, Mr. President, bring forth Justice for the Poor and Needy and the Suffering Masses when you are officially inaugurated as President. Also the prison door are to be opened and the Prisoners and Captives Set Free. These are the same Black Innocent ones whom your predessors and Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth II as Head of Commonwealth Secretariat have packed up in prisons under such inhumane and brutal conditions.

I Demand these Legitimate Rights of My People and I through the laws of Christ and Moses. I Am He who had sent to former Prime Minister the late Sir Alexander Bustamante and former Premier the late Norman Manley of Jamaica before they...
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