We invite all minority groups and those political parties representing them, to take hands towards a common goal, that of independence.

We plead with you for cooperation for our beautiful people.

We only ask your vote (it only takes a few seconds) for independence, and are not asking for funds nor to leave any existing group you are a member of. You can still be a member of any group or party.

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We advise all minority groups and their various organisations, institutions, movements, and political parties, and all the people who support them, to investigate and understand the detrimental effect of not publicly and openly supporting ULA’s plan for independence.

We strongly encourage you to educate yourself with the truth...follow the timeline

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ANC & their political kronies acknowledge to the world that the Bantu nations originate from the North.

In the spring of 1672 (autumn in the Netherlands) a formal land buy agreement was reached between the Dutch settlement at the Cape of Good Hope and the Khoi tribes of the Cape.

At the time of the agreement the Cape settlement lacked a commander as the appointed commander, Goske, who replaced the deceased Commander Hackius, has not arrived in the Cape yet. The representation of the Khoi was also divided into two as the tribes on the west coast did not recognise the leadership of the largest tribe - the Chainouquas.

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The preamble of the Freedom Charter is written on the 1964 Rivonia trial holding cell, here is a picture as to what it spells out.

Here is a synopsis of each of the clauses, which list various rights and stances in detail:

1.The People Shall Govern: This point included universal voting rights and the rights to run for office and serve on governing boards regardless of race, color, and sex.

2.All National Groups Shall Have Equal Rights: Apartheid laws will be set aside, and all groups will be able to use their own language and customs without discrimination.

3.The People Shall Share in the Country's Wealth: Minerals, banks, and monopoly industries would become government-owned for the good of the people. All would be free to ply any trade or profession, but industry and trade would be controlled for the well-being of the whole people.

4.The Land Shall Be Shared Among Those Who Work It: There will be land redistribution with assistance to peasants to farm it and an end to racial restrictions on ownership and freedom of movement.

5.All Shall Be Equal Before the Law: This gives people rights to a fair trial, representative courts, fair imprisonment, as well as integrated law enforcement and military. There will be no discrimination by law for race, color, or beliefs.

6.All Shall Enjoy Equal Human Rights: People are granted the freedom of speech, assembly, the press, religion, and education. This addresses protection from police raids, freedom to travel, and abolishment of pass laws.

7.There Shall Be Work and Security: There will be equal pay for equal work for all races and genders. People have the right to form unions. There were workplace rules adopted including a 40-hour work week, unemployment benefits, minimum wage, and leave. This clause eliminated child labor and other abusive forms of labor.

8.The Doors of Learning and Culture Shall Be Opened: This clause addresses free education, access to higher education, ending adult illiteracy, promoting culture, and ending cultural color bans.

9.There Shall Be Houses, Security and Comfort: This gives the right to decent, affordable housing, free medical care and preventive health, care of the aged, orphans, and disabled.

10. There Shall Be Peace and Friendship: This clause says we should strive for world peace by negotiation and recognition of rights to self-government.

Now see the ANC governments 117 race-based laws against the minority groups of South Africa, here.

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Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities

The Interim Constitution was restricted largely to civil and political rights as it contained the Bill of Rights which guarantees the rights protected by international human rights conventions. The Interim Constitution provided that “everyone shall enjoy all universally accepted fundamental rights, freedoms and liberties”. The interim Constitution came into effect on 27 April 1994 to administer South Africa’s first democratic elections.

Read clearly what the following laws say:

—Principle XXXIV of the Interim Constitution of 1993;

—The terms of the Accord on Afrikaner self-determination signed by Viljoen, Meyer & Mbeki April 1994;

—Section 235 of current SA constitution (taking special note of the last 4 words).

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The ANC's official Internal Memo from June 1993 to Staff and Marshalls summarized. View the official high resolution document here.

This is the ANC's documented strategy through which many have been deceived:


1. The armed and constant threat of violence forced the white, spineless regime to negotiate for so called peace.

2. The psychological warfare through the churches to create a guilt complex with whites was a victory over Christians.

3. The MASS ACTION was a successful method to rip the nation economy to pieces and create panic in the rich settlers.

4. The constant uproar in Black Education is the fourth try for liberation through education because the white regime simply cannot meet all our demands.

5. All four tactical attacks leaves the regime powerless and gradually giving in to our demands.

6. All these help to create a feeling of helplessness and dispair and to loose confidence in their government.

Be careful not to upset the farmers too much before we gain control over the SAP and SADF.

7. The constant pressure of violence and economic uncertainty force De Klerkto surrender power to the suppressed people like in Namibia.


The greatest fear of the white settler is to loose his job, his farm or his house and all the luxuries! This will enable the new DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT to tax them to the utmost while our comrades in MK and APLA continue with their part of the struggle.

1. Surplus land will be redistributed among our people.

2. All positions in public service will be replaced by comrades.

3. The security forces will be reconstructed with our comrades to protect our people. Whites were protected for 350 years. Get them experience to be second class citizens!

4. No ammunition will be available to white settlers.

5. Health institutions will be africanised and whites will pay according to their income to enable thus to contribute to their liberated brothers.

6. Some white schools will be allowed because most settlers will pay their last cent for white education and this will provide some money for our people.

7. Pension funds and insurance companies collected billions over the years, will be to our disposal for education of our comrades in years to cost.


In his brutal honesty, Ramaphosa told me of the ANC's 25-year strategy to deal with the whites: it would be like boiling a frog alive, which is done by raising the temperature very slowly. Being cold-blooded, the frog does not notice the slow temperature increase, but if the temperature is raised suddenly, the frog will jump out of the water. He meant that the black majority would pass laws transferring wealth, land, and economic power from white to black slowly and incrementally, until the whites lost all they had gained in South Africa, but without taking too much from them at any given time to cause them to rebel or fight.” Dr Mario Oriani-Ambrosini, constitutional lawyer and MP.

According to Dr Oriani-Ambrosini, Mr Ramaphosa, "stood head and shoulders above his colleagues" in the African National Congress (ANC) as well as above the National Party's negotiators. He was a "born leader" and a "straight shooter". Nor did he ever lie or "misrepresent anything".

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In December of 1993, Mandela sent a letter to Genl. Constand Viljoen before the 1994 elections agreeing to the Afrikaner's self-determination.

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The ANC, the executives and NP supported the full investigation of self-determination. There are more documentation that confirmed that the ANC Executive agreed to with the 1994 agreement that was signed regarding self-determination.

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The 1994 Accord was signed, prior to the 1994 election making provision for Minority Groups’ Self-determination.

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Read Section 235 of The SA Constitution here. It makes provision for the 1994 Accord as signed.

Video evidence where Genl. Constand Viljoen, together with Roelf Meyer and Thabo Mbeki sign the 1994 Accord in the presence of International witnesses.

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Genl. Constand Viljoen gave a firm warning about the future government's desire to eventually become power-hungry! Click here to view the video..

The Ingonyama Trust was the outcome of a deal between the National Party and the Inkatha Freedom Party during the dying days of apartheid just before the transition in 1994. The Trust was established to manage land owned by the government of KwaZulu, and is currently responsible for managing some 2.8 million hectares of land in KwaZulu-Natal. The land vests in the Ingonyama (or king) as trustee, to be administered on behalf of members of specific communities.

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The SA Constitution was certified in 1996, which stated by Constitutional judges that self-determination is an international right for each people to rule themselves in terms of international laws. Click here to see image.

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Dis ook duidelik volgens die 1996 uitspraak van die bevestiging van die 1996 Grondwet deur Grondwetregters, dat die ANC nie namens volke kan besluit oor hul vryheid en selfbeskikking nie, maar dat daar aan internasionale vereistes voldoen moet word.

ALL peoples have an international right to self-determination. Read through the draft legislation that was submitted, for some reason in 1998, but was then withheld by those involved in the management of FF+. According to the advocates, it was supposed to be re-submitted, which was never done - it was held back by the FF+ - see Volksblad article below.

Copies of the documents and related factual evidence are included here. Mr Lekota’s acknowledged receipt the original copies but sadly, the FF+ withdrew the case.

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View Mr Lekota's acknowledgement here.

The original press release below that has subsequently been deleted...

'VF hou indiening van wetsontwerp eers terug' was ‘n nuusberig wat gelukkig gekopieër is, maar of toegemaak is en verwyder was deur die betrokke media. Cobus Grobler – tans die ANC Wes-Kaap provinsiale spreekspersoon, Parlementêre Verslaggewer

KAAPSTAD. Die Vryheidsfront het die indiening van ‘n privaatlede-wetsontwerp oor selfbeskikking vir die Afrikaner gister in die Parlement op aandrang van die ANC teruggehou. Die wenslikheid vir die indiening van die beoogde wetsontwerp oor die Bevordering van Selfbeskikking vir die Afrikaner en die Regte van Minderheidsvolke in die Republiek van Suid-Afrika het voor die Nasionale Raad vir Provinsies se gekose komitee oor Privaatlede se Wetgewende Voorstelle en Petisies gedien.

Dit is gedoen net ‘n week voor adj.pres. Thabo Mbeki se belangwekkende debat in die Parlement oor Afrikaners. Adv. Rosier de Ville (LP) en adv. Moolman Mentz was gereed om hul saak te stel.

Mnr. Mohamed Surty (ANC-LP) het gevra die VF moet die indiening terughou totdat die verslag van die Volkstaatraad en voorstelle van die Regering én die Departement van Staatkundige Ontwikkeling verkry is. Hy het gesê daar word steeds aan ‘n verslag gewerk nadat dit in al nege provinsies en die Parlement bespreek is.

Die VF moet wag omdat die Regering onderneem het om daarna te kyk. Die indiening moet teruggehou word totdat die betrokke minister gevra kan word wat daaraan gedoen is. Die VF se lede was ongeduldig omdat die Regering na hul mening te lank gesloer het om ‘n ander ooreenkoms voor die 1994-verkiesing daaroor na te kom.

Genl.maj. Tienie Groenewald (VF-LP) het gesê nog niks het oor dié voortslepende vraagstuk gebeur nie, en die indiening was net ‘n poging om die bal aan die rol te kry.

Ná ‘n verdaging om daaroor te koukus, is die toegewing gemaak om die indiening eers terug te hou. Die VF het die reg voorbehou om dit nog voor die verdaging van die huidige sitting van die Parlement oor ‘n week weer in te dien.

Luidens die voorstellingsdokument kan verskeie rade vir die Afrikaner ingestel word, en word dié rade en die reg op selfbeskikking kragtens die Grondwet opgeëis.

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The Independent Afrikaner Self-determination Expedition (OASE) released this video of Dr. Gregory Stanton, Chairman of The Genocide Watch. News conference at the Transvaal Agricultural Union in Pretoria, South Africa, 2012/07/26

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Following a fact-finding mission to South Africa in July, Dr. Gregory Stanton, head of the non-profit group Genocide Watch, announced his conclusions: "There is an orchestrated genocidal campaign targeting whites, and white farmers in particular."

The respected organisation released a report about its invesigation shortly afterward. On a scale the group developed to identify the phases of genocide, South Africa has been moved to stage six: the preparation and planning phase. Step seven is extermination. Eighth and final stage: denial after the fact. (See 2018 for more reading)

Here are The 8 Stages of Genocide

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Ramaphosa under fire after comparing whites to frogs in boiling water. Click here to continue reading...

Farming in South Africa is the most dangerous occupation in the world. Farmers there suffer more murders per-capita than any other community on earth outside a war zone. Since the dawn of democracy in the country, farming South Africa has been slaughtered by black South Africans in ways that would do Shaka Zulu* proud.

The Transvaal Agricultural Union’s numbers (purported to be the most reliable) are bolstered by Genocide Watch.

Interpol came up with roughly DOUBLE the numbers released by the SA police. While slightly more optimistic, the South African Medical Research Council (MRC) tended to CORROBORATE the trend uncovered by Interpol.

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A very valid question posted by famed mercenary and writer, Eeben Barlow on his Facebook page:

"This is the only country most of us—black, white and every colour in-between—have. If we don’t work at making it a success, we are digging our own premature graves".


Given what appears to be the increasingly fragile political trajectory people are calling for, it is increasingly difficult to remain optimistic and positive about this great country’s future. Government plans and policies aimed at promoting progress are countered, stifled, and denigrated by ruling and opposition party members alike. Calls for anarchy are becoming the order of the day as lesser political parties are given major media play. The silent majority in our country are muzzled as their words seemingly carry no weight. The voiceless remain without a voice. Yet the silent majority and voiceless are the prime victims of the unfolding chaos.

I have always maintained that I would rather be part of an imperfect solution than a forced participant in a civil war. Yet, it seems that many across the political, racial, and religious divides are calling for exactly that—armed conflict within our own borders. Their calls are increasingly and disturbingly gaining traction, not only from the uneducated, the impoverished, those who have lost hope, and those that were misled with false promises, but also from senior political figures and perception creators who are intimating ‘blood must flow’.

To prepare for the bloodletting, some political parties and minority groups have already established so-called ‘military wings’. Others have already begun stockpiling weapons and ammunition… The reality is that the political clock cannot be turned backwards. Nor can it be fast-forwarded without considering the chaos and uncertainty it can create.

What is cause for some concern is that those who seem to be calling for an immediate fast-forward to encourage conflict and war in our country, have very little to no idea what they are truly calling for. I doubt they have walked through the figurative rivers of blood, or seen and smelled the bloated bodies of the dead.

Perhaps they should be sent to DRC, Cameroon, Libya, northeast Nigeria, Niger, South Sudan, or Somalia to get some sense….or possibly even Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, or Syria.

When one reads, hears, or sees the daily news, regardless which medium is used, it is obvious the calls for an armed uprising are steadily increasing. The snowball effect this will bring to South Africa is a lack of domestic and foreign investment, destruction of the country and its infrastructure along with property, the killing of fellow-citizens—and ultimately, national bankruptcy and abject failure. The rhetoric that is currently being spouted by the conflict callers and false prophets of doom, complete with ‘false facts’, is adding to the looming chaos.

The path from ‘reasonable economic and political stability’ to state fragility is gathering momentum, and is being fuelled on a daily basis. The lessons of history have conveniently been ignored by those who should know better—but don’t—or won’t.

My book ‘Composite Warfare’, listed what I believe to be the most common drivers and elements that constitute a fragile state, and I believe we are either very close, or have already arrived there. Not only that, our fragility is gathering momentum and leading us headlong towards a failed state. Indeed, several elements of a failed state have already manifested themselves.

State departments, municipalities, state-owned enterprises, and large critical service providers are collapsing and, in some instances, have already collapsed. Coupled to this sorry state of affairs, corruption, blatant theft, financial mismanagement (another term for theft), industrial action and sabotage, a shrinking economy, rising unemployment, organised crime, incompetence, unsolved murders and rapes, protests, strikes and violent marches, hate speech, and more, have simply added to the steady degradation of the Pillars of State. Our falling currency does not help matters, and merely makes the poor even poorer.

Paid-for services can no longer be expected—instead, one is deemed fortunate if they are indeed even delivered. Taxpayers are being slowly choked to death or forced to leave the country. Others are driven away by an increasing crime tidal wave. The homes of those that can afford it are now secured by walls, gates, electric fencing, cameras, dogs, and private security guards.

Every traffic light hides a potential ambush, carjacking, or robbery. Political rhetoric has successfully divided the country along economic, racial, and tribal lines. The sense of entitlement that has permeated our society is now considered the new norm. In fact, ‘entitlement’ is viewed by some as a ‘human right’. Our Constitution has become a document that holds no value to some. All constitutions are occasionally subjected to debates, reviews, and changes, but to rewrite elements thereof to suit specific political narratives is a folly that will result in massive political and economic aftershocks, and upheaval.

Attempts by the Presidency to halt this mess and restore order are being met with fierce resistance by those whose who appointed themselves the sole beneficiaries of the country’s wealth. The very emotive issue of land has become a major political stage that is being exploited by all sides.

Over the past weeks I have watched us slide deeper towards chaos. It has also made me realise that attempts at finding a solution are rapidly becoming wishful thinking.

Whereas governments may come and go, the State remains. We seem to be heading towards a failed state that will need to cope with generational and institutionalised damage. I have no desire to be living in a failed state. And unless drastic government intervention is exercised, it seems it is no longer a matter of ‘if’ but of ‘when’.

It is no wonder that so many beyond our borders and our shores view us as an overripe banana republic, where some are even trying to steal its bruised skin.

“There is thus strong circumstantial evidence of government support for the campaign of forced displacement and atrocities against White farmers and their families,” Genocide Watch leaders said in their report, entitled Why Are Afrikaner Farmers Being Murdered in South Africa?

“There is direct evidence of SA [South African] government incitement to genocide.” “The farm murders, we have become convinced, are not accidental,” said Dr. Stanton of Genocide Watch. Genocide Watch said in its most recent report. “In our analysis, the current ANC leadership also publicly uses incitement to genocide with the long-term goal of forcibly driving out or annihilating the White population from South Africa.”

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Notice of Motion No. 1956 Passed in the NSW Legislative Council

That this House notes Articles 2 and 3 of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, and That this House strongly condemns: any and all calls for the killing, marginalisation, persecution, victimisation and targeting of any racial group in the Republic of South Africa by any of its officials, past or present, and any law that unjustly expropriates land from any individual without fair, just and equitable compensation.

Media Release: Notice of Motion concerning Racist Violence in South Africa passes NSW Legislative Council.

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Risk analysis of the forthcoming political and social instability in South Africa and the imminent threat to minorities. Click here to continue reading...

Pres. Trump asked Secretary of State Sec Pompeo (ex CIA Director (2017–2018)) to CLOSELY study the South Africa land and farm seizures and expropriations and the large scale killing of farmers.

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When did exercising your constitutional right make you a racist supremacist? We reached a point of no return. The only way forward is independence.

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Capeland is fundamentally different from Azania. More than two-thirds of the inhabitants are from the minority groups, the vast majority speaking Afrikaans and English. Moreover, there is a growing and ever more vocal desire supporting a vision of a non-racial, free-enterprise nation that would be free of both the ANC government’s majoritarian oppression and the threat of becoming bogged down in the profit-motivated dictatorial Chinese “state capitalism” that is spreading through Southern Africa. It should be noted that there would still be significant populations of our people in Azania after separation. But it is anticipated that most or all of these people would either migrate to Capeland once independence is achieved or take up citizenship, should Azania allow dual citizenship, something Capeland would certainly allow as we will represent a multicultural, non-racial society.

Proposed States of the United Cape and Trans Oranje States (Capeland) You will agree that this is a more realistic outcome than an attempt by your ANC government to chase all “settlers” back to Europe, not to mention various other long-forgotten countries of origin; and (to use your own terminology) the departure of the “lackadaisical whites” will help to calm the growing “black anger” you claim to perceive among your supporters.

The two-state solution would solve, once and for all, the racial issues in South Africa. It represents a more than fair division of South Africa that is not only historically accurate but also reflects the reality of present-day demographics. In a nutshell, it is the only peaceful long-term solution still available. But the window of opportunity will not stay open indefinitely.

View Mandela’s own handwritten letter here (item 3) admitting it.

"Some of our intellectuals and opinion makers fully appreciate this historical fact, but the overwhelming majority are often unaware of this. Mandela admits the Bantu-speaking people met and clashed with whites on the banks of the Great Fish River in the 18th Century for the first time".

The note is from a six page draft for a 1994 speech that Mandela was preparing for. The speech was in honor of all of the people of all races and groups in South Africa who helped and supported the abolishing of apartheid.

The ULA’s secession process maps for the minority groups sovereign self-determination also indicates this as a border line

George Soros’s Open Society Foundations was clearly devoted to the eradication of national sovereignty. The dystopian vision of George Soros, billionaire funder of the Left. Continue reading here.

They are all driven and funded by wealthy groups like George Soros’ “Open Foundation Society.” The ANC/Soros partnership therefore is truly a match made in hell. Continue reading here.

A tweet from the South African Government praised President Ramaphosa for meeting with Soros, referring to him as a “Hungarian-American investor, business magnate, philanthropist, political activist and author.” Continue reading here.

INNERS want to know more about their upcoming government. Well, here is the model that has already been 'submitted' in accordance with international law for secession (self-determination), and it is going to establish three fundamental principles for you - FREEDOM, PROSPERITY and SAFETY !!!

WENNERS wil meer weet oor hul komende regering. Wel hier is die model wat ‘reeds’ ingedien is volgens internasionale wetgewing vir afstigting (seseering), en die gaan U drie fundamentele beginsels bewerkstellig – VRYHEID, VOORSPOED en VEILIGHEID !!! Click here to continue reading...

The Cape Region is fundamentally different from the remainder of South Africa (SA), and it was an independent state for hundreds of years. It is the only region in SA where the minorities (brown and white) have always been the clear majority and overwhelmingly speak Afrikaans as their home language. Cape citizens have a unique culture, heritage and language, but since they have virtually no democratic influence in the wider SA they are increasingly being marginalized and vilified.

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With over two dozen active separatist movements in Europe alone, the concepts of sovereignty and nationalism seem to be increasingly recurrent in the western world. What are the motives of those who seek to secede? Experts and public servants discuss the nature of secession and its impact in the World.

EFA looks at 'The Right to Self-Determination', how this right developed, and how it applies to the peoples of Europe today.

UNPO Self-determination in the eyes of the world

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The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) is an international, nonviolent and democratic membership organisation. Its Members are indigenous peoples, minorities, unrecognised States and occupied territories that have joined together to defend their political, social and cultural rights, to preserve their environments and to promote their right to self-determination.

The peoples represented within the UNPO membership are all united by one shared condition: they are denied equal representation in the institutions of national or international governance. As a consequence, their opportunity to participate in the national or international stage is limited, and they struggle to fully realize their rights to civil and political participation and to control their economic, social and cultural development. In many cases, they are subject to the worst forms of violence and repression.

What is Self-determination? All peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of that right, they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development. UNPO’s Members are indigenous peoples, minorities, unrecognised States and occupied territories that have joined together to promote their right to self-determination, while also defending their political, social and cultural rights and preserving their environments.

Essentially, the right to self-determination is the right of a people to determine their own destiny. In particular, the principle allows a people to choose its own political status and to determine its own form of economic, cultural and social development.

Exercise of this right can result in a variety of different outcomes ranging from political independence through to full integration within a state. The importance lies in the right of choice, so that the outcome of a people’s choice should not affect the existence of the right to make a choice. In practice, however, the possible outcome of an exercise of self-determination will often determine the attitude of governments towards the actual claim by a people or nation. Thus, while claims to cultural autonomy may be more readily recognized by states, claims to independence are more likely to be rejected by them.

Nevertheless, the right to self-determination is recognized in international law as a right of process (not of outcome) belonging to peoples and not to states or governments.

The preferred outcome of an exercise of the right to self-determination varies greatly among the members of UNPO. For some of our members, such as Acheh, Tibet, Barotseland and Kabylia, the only acceptable outcome is full political independence. This is particularly true of occupied or colonized nations. For others, such as our members from West Balochistan, the goal is a degree of political, cultural and economic autonomy, sometimes in the form of a federal relationship. For others yet, the right to live on and manage a people’s traditional lands free of external interference and incursion is the essential aim of a struggle for self-determination. Other members, such as Taiwan and Somaliland, have already achieved a high-level or full self-determination, but are yet to be recognized as independent states by the international community.

Self-determination in International Law The principle of self-determination is prominently embodied in Article I of the Charter of the United Nations. Earlier it was explicitly embraced by US President Woodrow Wilson, by Lenin and others, and became the guiding principle for the reconstruction of Europe following World War I. The principle was incorporated into the 1941 Atlantic Charter and the Dumbarton Oaks proposals which evolved into the United Nations Charter. Its inclusion in the UN Charter marks the universal recognition of the principle as fundamental to the maintenance of friendly relations and peace among states. It is recognised as a right of all peoples in the first article common to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights which both entered into force in 1976. Paragraph 1 of this Article provides that:

All peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.

The right to self-determination of peoples is recognized in many other international and regional instruments, including the:

Declaration of Principles of International Law Concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation Among States adopted by the UN General Assembly in 1970 the Helsinki Final Act adopted by the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE) in 1975 the African Charter of Human and Peoples’ Rights of 1981, the CSCE Charter of Paris for a New Europe adopted in 1990, and the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action of 1993.

It has been affirmed by the International Court of Justice in the Namibia case the Western Sahara case and the East Timor case in which its erga omnes character was confirmed.

Furthermore, the scope and content of the right to self-determination have been elaborated upon by the UN Human Rights Committee the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination and numerous leading international jurists.

The right to self-determination as part of so-called hard law has been affirmed also by the International Meeting of Experts for the Elucidation of the Concepts of Rights of Peoples brought together by UNESCO from 1985 to 1991. It came to the conclusion that: peoples’ rights are recognized in international law even if the list of such rights is not very clear, but also that hard law does, in any event, include the right to self-determination and the right to existence, in the sense of the Genocide Convention.

The inclusion of the right to self-determination in the International Covenants on Human Rights and in the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, referred to above, emphasizes that self-determination is an integral part of human rights law which has a universal application. At the same time, it is recognized that compliance with the right of self-determination is a fundamental condition for the enjoyment of other human rights and fundamental freedoms, be they civil, political, economic, social or cultural.

The concept of self-determination is a very powerful one. As Wolfgang Danspeckgruber put it: “No other concept is as powerful, visceral, emotional, unruly, as steep in creating aspirations and hopes as self-determination.” It evokes emotions, expectations, and fears which often lead to conflict and bloodshed. Some experts argued that the title holders should be or are limited in international law. Others believed in the need to limit the possible outcome for all or categories of titleholders. Ultimately, the best approach is to view the right to self-determination in its broad sense, as a process providing a wide range of possible outcomes dependent on the situations, needs, interests, and conditions of concerned parties. The principle of – and the fundamental right to – self-determination for all peoples is firmly established in international law.

An Official letter was delivered by the Sherrif of the Court to the Office of the President (Cyril Ramaphosa) on 11 February 2019. Click here to continue reading...

Pres. Trump has asked John J. Sullivan (US Deputy Secretary of State) and Jessye Lapenn (US Deputy Ambassador to South Africa) to meet with farmers AgriSA, Grain SA, and ANC officials on 15 March to discuss the land expropriation process impacting property rights in the country, corruption and farm murders.

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The European parliament will look into the report on farm murder submitted to it by Stuart Agnew and take necessary steps to assuage the concerns of white farmers in South Africa." "To put the problem in perspective, the murder rate in most countries is under five people per 100,000 of the population, in South Africa as a whole it is ten per 100,000 and for White farmers it is 132 per 100,000." "These are desperate individuals and easy recruits for the next category, which I class as ‘organised crime’, usually involving pre-meditated murder because dead men and women tell no tales. The leaders are local people with local knowledge. THEIR CASUAL ATTITUDE TO MURDER IS PARTLY DUE TO THE POPULAR SONG OF THE FAR LEFT ECONOMIC FREEDOM FIGHTERS PARTY (EFF) THAT CHANTS “KILL THE FARMER, KILL THE BOER” AT EFF RALLIES. . The EFF is steadily gaining seats in the Parliament. SOMETIMES, THE POLICE WILL MAKE A GENUINE EFFORT TO HELP AND A PROSECUTION IS ACHIEVED. HOWEVER, USUALLY, THEY ATTEND THE SCENE WITH NO FOLLOW UP." "The third category ‘racial terrorism and genocide’ involves gratuitous sadism prior to assassination." "Terrorists will break into a property and wait for the arrival of a White person(s). Tortures include burning after being doused in fuel, emersion of limbs in scalding water, being ‘ironed’ with a hot electric iron,being drilled through hands and feet with an electric drill, conventional rapes and rapes using broom handles or broken bottles. A baby was microwaved." "The justification for these farm attacks is that Blacks own very little farm land whilst (apparently) the Whites own most of it. In reality, the State owns 22% of all land and a further 24% is owned by trusts. There are 4,000 unallocated farms on the Government’s books awaiting distribution." "South Africa is going down the route of Venezuela, this depressed me. What hugely impressed me was the unity and fortitude of the Boers and the support they are starting to receive from Black informers’." Thank you Mr. Stuart Agnew MEP, your efforts is highly appreciated. Also a big thank you to Me. Janice Atkinson MEP. Credit: News 360

Friday, August 9, 2019, a historic summit of white and colored community leaders took place in Cape Town, led by the United Liberty Alliance (ULA). The purpose of this summit was to discuss cooperation between diverse groups with a view to the independence of certain identified areas. The summit was convened following requests from the white and colored communities to bring Gen. Constand Viljoen's 1994 Accord to fulfillment.

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On Friday, August 9, 2019, historic summit of white and colored community leaders took place in Cape Town, led by the United Liberty Alliance (ULA). The purpose of this summit was to discuss cooperation between diverse groups with a view to the independence of certain identified areas. The summit was convened following requests from the white and colored communities to bring Gen. Constand Viljoen’s 1994 Accord to fulfillment. The meeting to plan steps to independence from South Africa, was a legal meeting, and the actions that will be launched afterward will also take place within the framework of the South African constitution, and international laws on self-determination. The 1994 Accord stipulates the Afrikaner and other minority groups’ right to self-determination, and Article 235 of the South African constitution is indeed based on this Article. The 1994 Accord, which paves the way for SA minority groups to attain self-determination, was signed by Gen. Viljoen, Thabo Mbeki and Roelf Meyer on April 23, 1994 – after intervention by the US ambassador. The international legal process that had to be followed to shape the terms of the Accord is now 97% complete. The next step is to obtain a ‘YES’ mandate of two million votes from the minority groups. Mr. Hein Marx’s and other leaders’ speeches explained self-determination in SA in terms of the South African Constitution as well as International law. South Africa’s colored and white peoples must strive for a confederate state to ensure the support of the international community. He further referred to the mistakes of the past, and called for minority groups to stop looking for sticks to beat each other with. The only path to independence is a collaboration between white and brown to form a political power block. The timely election of an interim government will facilitate state formation, and lead to the establishment of a confederate country consisting of eight sovereign states. This form of government is based on Switzerland’s successful system of government. Mr. Elroy Baron, vice-president of the ULA, appealed to both the brown and the white community, emphasising that both groups have just one last opportunity to become free. He jokingly referred to the origin of some of the colored nations, and accentuated the fact that white and brown share the same language and faith, and that we have very similar cultures. Dr. Gerhard du Bruin reminded the audience that self-determination according to Article 235 of the South African Constitution is not only a right, but has now also become a necessity. Cooperation between white and brown is now inevitable to satisfy each group’s respective ambitions. The reckless, uncontrolled, and possibly state-sanctioned migration of people from foreign cultures from South Africa’s north towards the mostly Afrikaans-speaking south may be calculated to sway votes away from political groups intent on self-determination, to strengthen the position of the ANC and EFF in the 2024 election. Unanimity was reached to enter into an alliance cooperation agreement, with the sole purpose of consolidating the political impact of the multitude of small and larger groups who are interested in self-determination. An interim government will be elected from representatives of the identified minority groups, so that certain final legal requirements for independence can be met.

THE ULA TACKLES THE BULLIES The ULA is not a political party or political organization. Some leaders and members of political parties and organizations mistakenly think they must choose between the ULA, and the policy dictated by their political party, group or organisation. The ULA does not have a ‘policy’ that you must support. Let’s pretend that the ULA is your lawyer (law firm). The ULA (your attorney) has just one job; to propose a solution and guide you through a legal process. While the proposed legal process is perfectly legal, very few people know about this solution. In fact, the ULA is the only lawyer (law firm) with experience in this process, as they have been preparing the paperwork for this ‘unknown’ legal process for six years. This is the ULA’s only role. Many other organisations want to or are still going to… but this law firm (the ULA) has already completed almost all of the steps and has their paperwork in place. To take the comparison further: They are ready to appear in court to get an interdict against the bully who is victimising the SA minority groups. Supporting the ULA does not require you to choose us, or leave your political party. On the contrary. The ULA is an Alliance – an entity which is formed when different groups join forces to solve a specific problem. It is an organisation by the people, from the people and for the people. The ULA is not a Right-wing, Left-wing, Afrikaner-, Boer-, or (definitely not!) a ‘Broederbond’-group with secret financial motives. The ULA is simply a group of intelligent, right-minded people who are working to implement a fresh, ‘out-of-the-box’ solution to address a major problem. They have chosen a novel approach of applying both the brand new, and the tested international and local laws and precedents to this problem. To return to the comparison: if all your other options fail, you’re going to need a competent lawyer really fast. The ULA is your lawyer (law firm) with a mandate to act on your, and all of SA’s minority groups’ behalf. The ULA does not represent any majority group. The ULA can, and will, only act on behalf of SA’s minority groups. The ULA’s work is completely free of charge. Their international team of lawyers has already done all the necessary work. The conditions for SA minorities can hardly get worse. There are only two directions in which things can move from here: We must get a mandate from two million people soon… Or it might degenerate into a civil war. Should chaos and, God forbid, civil war break out, the ULA is the only organisation that can immediately obtain an internationally enforceable interdict, and take the final step to withdraw from SA. Despite that consolation, we still need to find a permanent solution to our worsening conditions. Therefore, we must still obtain a mandate of two million supporters of freedom. Luckily it will only be a matter of time for two million right-minded people to realise that we have no choice but to secede. This unique opportunity is the only long-term solution to our problems in SA. More about the ULA: Let’s use our comparison of the ULA and the lawyer to address the misunderstandings about the ULA’s role in ‘politics’: Imagine there’s a malicious bully who victimises and abuses you continuously. There are several ways to come to terms with your problem: Method 1: Someone suggests that you consult a psychologist The psychologist will explain how you feel, why you feel the way you do, and the reasons for the situation to calm your nerves so that you can accept your fate. This method portrays the ‘political solution’ for SA. It’s not going to stop the bully from abusing you, but now you at least feel better about your fate! We don’t criticise anyone who follows this method. If it works for you, that’s fine. But remember: it’s not going to make the problem, and the cause of the problem, disappear. Method 2: A social worker explains her solution: The bully and you should sit down and have a friendly chat about opportunities for negotiation. With this method you can address your differences, and learn to live in peace, right? This example sketches another ‘political solution’. Isn’t this ‘parliamentary process’ similar to ‘group therapy’? The bully is still arrogant and complacent because he is much bigger than you. Will this method bring him to his senses? But, again, we don’t criticise this method. : Someone tells you about a good lawyer, who has been working for six years preparing a little-known method to solve this particular problem. The lawyer informs you he has been working for six years to prepare a legal, internationally recognised process of law against this very bully. He can get an interdict and a protection order against the bully which will prevent the bully from messing with you any further. Which of these methods would best address the problem? There is no easy answer, and also depends on circumstances. While the lawyer’s suggestion may sound a little radical, the situation is serious enough to warrant such a serious move. As they say: “Desperate times call for desperate measures”. However, the above methods do not exclude one another. There’s no need to pick just one method. Why not try all the solutions and see for yourself which one works? In science, the principle of the ‘law of requisite variety’ is used to make good choices. This principle predicts the more options you investigate, the better the outcome. You should note all your options, and investigate each one. So, fellow citizens, join hands with the ULA. Make sure you have a good legal team behind you. The worsening conditions in SA mean that you will probably need their help sooner rather than later.

1) Although the term “Bantu” has some negative connotations due to its usage during Apartheid, it is the academically correct and internationally accepted term for the large group of people who originated in the Niger-Congo area and migrated southwards through Africa. The Bantu peoples now inhabit most of sub-Saharan Africa and all speak related languages.

2) Max Coleman, A Crime Against Humanity. Analysing the Repression of the Apartheid State, Johannesburg, 1998. See '17 Race Based Legislation during the Apartheid Years' above

3) Race-based and Collective punishment regulations and legislation by the current SA Government Affirmative-Action and Black Economic Empowerment Legislation. See '117 Race-based laws and regulations' above





















In the case of the forming of a new nation through secession, an interim government,also called a provisional government or transitional government, must be set up to act asan emergency governmental authority to manage the political transition process.

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Minority groups of South Africa: There is HOPE!

Secession for survival South African minority groups are struggling for survival. Corruption, state capture, discrimination, BBBEE (Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment), an onslaught on minority languages and culture, unsound judicial system, crime, farm attacks and murders are creating intolerable conditions. There is only one peaceful and sustainable solution: secession.

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It is starting to happen, the SA cabal is heading for disaster!!

Below is a short extraction, but read the full article released by the US government. Stay with ULA as we WILL win and succeed, the world does NOT sleep!! (encourage 10 people to give their mandates please)

"Today’s sanctions announcement demonstrates the U.S. government’s 'unwavering commitment' to supporting the rule of law and accountability in South Africa. We support the anti-corruption efforts of South Africa’s independent judiciary, law enforcement agencies, and the ongoing judicial commissions of inquiry. Moreover, we commend the extraordinary work by South Africa’s 'civil society activists, investigative journalists, and whistleblowers', who have exposed the breadth and depth of the Gupta family’s corruption.

To date, the Department of the Treasury has designated 118 individuals and entities under E.O. 13818. This figure is in addition to the numerous 'human rights- or corruption-related designations' Treasury has issued under other various authorities. In total, since January of 2017, Treasury has taken action against more than 680 individuals and entities engaged in activities related to, or directly involving, 'human rights abuse or corruption'."

Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act of 2018 directs the Department of State to provide additional training for Foreign Service Officers assigned to a country experiencing or at risk of mass atrocities, such as genocide or war crimes. It was signed into law by President Trump on 14 January 2019.

  1. Internal Security Act, 1982
  2. Public Safety Act, 1953
  3. Riotous Assemblies Act, 1930
  4. Suppression of Communism Act, 1950
  5. General Laws Amendment Act, 1962
  6. Unlawful Organisations Act, 1960
  7. Defence Act, 1967
  8. Publications Act, 1963
  9. Armaments Development and Production Act, 1968
  10. Newspaper and Imprint Registration Act, 1971
  11. Petroleum Products and the Nuclear Energy Act, 1977
  12. Police Act, 1979
  13. National Key Points Act, 1982
  14. Protection of Information Act, 1982
  15. Population Registration Act, 1950
  16. Groups Area Act, 1957
  17. Media Regulations Act, 1986

Total: 17 race-based laws until 1994


Race-based and Collective punishment regulations and legislation by the current SA Government Affirmative-Action and Black Economic Empowerment laws.

1) Employment Equity Act of 1998 (EEA)

2) Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5 of 2000

3) Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003

4) Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Amended Codes of Good Practices of 2013 Laws that favours the “Historically Disadvantaged”

5) National Credit Act 34 of 2005

6) Electronic Communications Security (Pty) Ltd Act 68 of 2002

7) National Empowerment Fund Act 105 of 1998

8) Housing Act 107 of 1997

9) Competition Act 89 of 1998

10) Correctional Services Act 111 of 1998

11) Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002

12) Media Development and Diversity Agency Act 14 of 2002

13) Petroleum Pipelines Act 60 of 2003

14) Petroleum Products Act 120 of 1977 (as amended)

15) Gas Act 48 of 2001

16) Land and Agricultural Development Bank Act 15 of 2002

17) Merchandise Marks Act 17 of 1941

18) Marine Living Resources Act 18 of 1998

19) Cross-Border Road Transport Act 4 of 1998

20) National Gambling Act 7 of 2004

21) National Sport and Recreation Act 110 of 1998

22) Accreditation for Conformity Assessment, Calibration and Good Laboratory Practice Act 19 of 2006

23) Adult Basic Education and Training Act 52 of 2000

24) Advisory Board on Social Development Act 3 of 2001

25) Africa Institute of South Africa Act 68 of 2001

26) Architectural Profession Act 44 of 2000

27) Auditing Profession Act 26 of 2005

28) Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities Act 19 of 2002

29) Community Schemes Ombud Service Act 9 of 2011

30) Construction Industry Development Board Act 38 of 200031) Council for the Built Environment Act 43 of 2000

32) Cultural Institutions Act 119 of 199833) Electronic Communications and Transactions Act 25 of 200234) Employment Services Act 4 of 2004

35) Engineering Profession Act 46 of 200036) Financial Services Ombud Schemes Act 37 of 2004

37) Firearms Control Act 60 of 2000

38) Further Education and Training Colleges Act 16 of 2006

39) General and Further Education and Training Quality Assurance Act 58 of 2001

40) Higher Education Act 101 of 1997

41) Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act 95 of 1998

42) International Trade Administration Act 71 of 2002

43) Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995

44) Landscape Architectural Profession Act 45 of 2000

45) Local Government Municipal Demarcation Act 27 of 1998

46) Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act 6 of 2004

47) Measurement Units and Measurement Standards Act 18 of 2006

48) National Council for Library and Information Services Act 6 of 2001

49) National Development Agency Act 108 of 1998

50) National Employment of Educators Act 76 of 1998

51) National Energy Regulator Act 40 of 2004

52) National Film and Video Foundation Act 73 of 1997

53) National Health Laboratory Service Act 37 of 2000

54) National Heritage Council Act 11 of 1999

55) National Heritage Resources Act 25 of 1999

56) National Qualifications Framework Act 67 of 2008

57) National Small Enterprise Act 102 of 1996

58) National Student Financial Aid Scheme Act 56 of 1999

59) National Youth Commission Act 19 of 1996

60) Natural Scientific Professions Act 27 of 2003

61) Planning Professions Act 36 of 2002

62) Project and Construction Management Professions Act 48 of 2000

63) Property Valuers Profession Act 47 of 2000

64) Quantity Surveying Profession Act 49 of 2000

65) South African Council for Educators Act 31 of 2000

66) South African Geographical Names Council Act 118 of 1998

67) South African National Space Agency Act 36 of 2008

68) South African Postbank Limited Act 9 of 2010

69) South African Weather Service Act 8 of 2001

70) Special Economic Zones Act 16 of 2014

71) State Information Technology Agency Act 88 of 1998

72) Tourism Act 3 of 201473) South African Post Office Soc Ltd Act 22 of 2011

74) National Ports Act 12 of 2005

75) World Heritage Convention Act 49 of 1999

76) Broadcasting Act 4 of 1999

77) Infrastructure Development Act 23 of 2014

78) Land Reform: Provision of Land and Assistance Act 126 of 1993

79) Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013

80) National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998

81) Legal Practice Act 28 of 2014

82) Private Security Industry Regulation Act 56 of 2001

83) Rental Housing Act 50 of 1999

84) National Forests Act 84 of 1998

85) National Arts Council Act 56 of 1997

86) Industrial Development Corporation Act 22 of 1940 (as amended)

87) Electronic Communications Act 36 of 2005

88) Postal Services Act 124 of 1998

89) Construction Industry Development Board Act 38 of 2000

90) Development Facilitation Act 67 of 1995

91) Skills Development Act 97 of 1998

92) Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (section 47 (3)(a))

93) Older Persons Act 13 of 200694) Restitution of Land Rights Act 22 of 1994

95) Close Corporations Act 69 of 1984

96) Adult Education and Training Act 52 of 2000

97) Regulations to Provide for the Establishment, Composition and Functioning of the National Advisory Board for Adult Basic Education and Training

98) Amendment of the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the South African Mining and Minerals Industry – Gn 838/2010 enacted in terms of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act

99) Non-Profit Organisations Act 71 of 1997 (Regulations Under Section 26)

100) Regulations in terms of the Petroleum Pipelines Act 2003 – Gn R342/2008 (Petroleum Pipelines Act 60 of 2003)

101) Regulations Relating to Sheriffs, 1990 in terms of the Sheriffs Act 90 of 1986

102) Regulations for Prevention of and Treatment for Substance Abuse, 2013 – Gen N 283/2013 in terms of the Prevention of And Treatment for Substance Abuse Act 70 of 2008

103) Regulations Regarding Petroleum Products Wholesale Licences – Gn R287/2006 in terms of the Petroleum Products Act 120 of 1977

104) South African Police Service Act 68 of 1995 – Regulations for the South African Police Service – Employment Regulations

105) Intelligence Services Act 65 of 2002 – Intelligence Services Regulations, 2003

106) Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 – Codes of Good Practice for the Minerals Industry

107) Policy Directions Issued by Minister of Communications - Gen N 1756/2001 (Telecommunications Act 103 of 1996) Economic Empowerment of Persons from Historically Disadvantaged Groups

108) Health Professions Act 56 of 1974 – Regulations Relating to the Constitution of the Professional Board for Optometry and Dispensing Opticians.

109) Establishment of Statutory Measure and Determination of Levies on Dried Fruit – Gn 893/2012 (Marketing of Agricultural Products Act 47 of 1996)

110) 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Liquor Regulations, 2010 – Gn R425/2010 (Liquor Act 59 of 2003) Laws that require racial registration

111) Independent Broadcasting Authority Television Broadcasting Service Records Regulations, 1998 – R1226/98 enacted in terms of the Independent Broadcasting Authority Act 153 of 1993

112) Proclamation No. 103 of 1994 to the Public Service Act

113) Independent Broadcasting Authority Act

114) Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Regulations, 2007 – Gen N 842/2007 in terms of the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Act 63 of 2000

Total: 114 race-based laws and regulations

Compiled by Marieke Roos, currently employed by the EU in Belgium , previously lecturer in law studies (LLB and Diploma in Law), University of Johannesburg, LLD in International law, University of Johannesburg, LLM in International law (cum laude) 2013, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK, LLB in International law (cum laude) 2011, The Hague University, Den Haag, previously served at the Constitutional court of South Africa, under Honourable Justice.

This 2 minute video bellows the truth out!

Open letter to the Government of South Africa – Parliament, President Cyril Ramaphosa (in particular) and Deputy President David Mabuza (2019).

Please take note that you are warned by the BLACK MONDAY MOVEMENT SA THAT you are moving on dangerous ground in regards to your planned Expropriation of White-Owned Property Without Compensation in South Africa. You are walking on borrowed time...


Parliament said the amendment of the Constitution to allow for land expropriation without compensation will happen whether p

Let it be known, take cognisance and be warned that you will be committing War Crimes as noted by:

*IMT Charter (Nuremberg)* Article 6(b) of the 1945 IMT Charter (Nuremberg) includes “plunder of public or private property” in its list of war crimes, for which there must be individual responsibility.

*Geneva Convention IV* Article 33, second paragraph, of the 1949 Geneva Convention IV provides that “pillage is prohibited”.

*Additional Protocol II* Article 4(2)(g) of the 1977 Additional Protocol II prohibits acts of pillage against “all persons who do not take a direct part or who have ceased to take part in hostilities”.

*ICC Statute* Pursuant to Article 8(2)(b)(xvi) and (e)(v) of the 1998 ICC Statute, “[p]illaging a town or place, even when taken by assault” is a war crime in both international and non-international armed conflicts.

*Nuremberg Principles* Principle VI(b) of the 1950 Nuremberg Principles adopted by the International Law Commission provides that “plunder of public or private property” is a war crime.

*UN Command Rules and Regulations* Under Rule 4 of the 1950 UN Command Rules and Regulations, Military Commissions of the UN Command had jurisdiction over offences such as plunder of public and private property.

*ICTY Statute* Article 3(e) of the 1993 ICTY Statute gives the Tribunal jurisdiction over violations of the laws and customs of war, expressly including “plunder of public and private property”



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The ONLY thing that can save the minority groups of SA from this ticking time-bomb is SOVEREIGN secession - a clean break with a two-state solution where we as minority groups walk out totally debt free, yes not having a single cent debt; where we start the new country on a clean sheet! For those arguing against SOVEREIGN secession, ask them how, still under the the ANC's governance, they plan to solve this catastrophe?

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The UN Secretary General, Mr António Guterres, contacted the ULA’s President, Mr Hein Marx, in January 2020 to confirm that the ULA’s secession case was handed to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mrs Michelle Bachelet Jeria. It is worth noting that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is the second highest position in the UN, very ensuring to know ULA’s case is receiving top attention. Michelle Bachelet Jeria on the left and António Guterres on the right in the photo.

Many secession and self-determination groups are ignorant in the international legal process for sovereign self-determination. The public in general has virtually no or very limited knowledge as to what fundamental steps needs to be taken, what work have be done, and why the process takes so long. This document helps you to understand why the ULA is the only civil rights organization in South Africa that follows international law by the book, a process that started in 2014 already. It also assist the public to make an informed decision as to why the ULA’s already 97% completed process is the only legal process to support.

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The formal "Introductory & Invitation Partnership" together with the "Final Ultimatum to Pres. Ramaphosa" letters have been send to various embassies and global political parties (450 addresses), proving ULA is continiously communicating with the international role-players.

See the Introductory letter here.

See the Pres. Ramaphosa letter here.

The formal "Introductory & Invitation Partnership" together with the "Final Ultimatum to Pres. Ramaphosa" letters have been send to media houses, locally and internationally (1200+ addresses), proving ULA is continiously communicating with the international role-players.

See the Introductory letter here.

See the Pres. Ramaphosa letter here.

Supporting sovereign self-determination is not treason. Self-determination is legal according to the South African Constitution as well as International law. The ULA therefore follows a 100% internationally recognized legal process and the South African government will be forced to comply.

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