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 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.
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.
The community leaders are the champions that drive your quest for independence. Without them there will be no secession. Help them and bring their community’s YES vote to the referendum.
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