Mossel Bay, Western Cape, South Africa
ULA Freedom Congress

Independence from South Africa


Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety  - BF


The United Liberty Alliance (ULA) is a civil rights movement focussed on the self-determination of the oppressed minorities in Southern Africa. These minorities include the descendants of:

  • The Khoi and San, the aboriginal peoples of Southern Africa; and
  • People from Continental Europe, the British Isles and even North America who settled in Southern Africa from as early as 1652; and
  • Slaves and indentured individuals brought to Southern Africa before 1900, primarily from Malaysia, India and Indonesia.

The ULA is an umbrella body that unifies a multitude of minority-led organisations through the common goal of independence. The ULA itself does not have any members, instead relying on the membership of its affiliate organisations. 

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Despite the current situation, the solution is simpler than many people may realise. There is a region in SA that is fundamentally different from the rest of the country. A region that was independent for almost 300 years until 1910, and by rights should never have been incorporated into SA. A region where the vast majority of the inhabitants are members of the oppressed brown and white minorities and speak the shared Afrikaans language. 

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