The United Liberty Alliance comprises of leaders representing Capelander groups. Capelanders originated in the Cape Region from one or a combination, of the following peoples:
1. The First Nations (Khoi or San)
2. Slaves and other indentured persons who arrived in the region before 1800
3. European settlers who arrived before 1994 who have or whose family have resided in Southern Africa for at least 20 years.
The Capelanders are the majority in the Cape and Transoranje Regions. Despite being the majority in these regions, these people have suffered marginalization, victimization, racism and collective punishment by an oppressive government put in place by descendants of Ba’Ntu settlers.
The situation has deteriorated to a point where all remedies have been exhausted. The only solution to ensure survival is to throw off the yoke of oppression and to secede the regions where the descendants of the Capelanders are the majority from the Republic of South Africa.
In view of the countless similarities between the American revolution and our own, we are grateful to have an example to follow, the establishment of the American Continental congress was pivotal in the journey towards Liberty. The Continental Congress was the governing body by which the American colonial governments coordinated their resistance to British rule during the first two years of the American Revolution. The Congress balanced the interests of the different colonies and also established itself as the official colonial liaison to Great Britain. As the war progressed, the Congress became the effective national government of the country, and, as such, conducted diplomacy on behalf of the new United States.
We are now taking the first step towards independence, by establishing a Freedom Congress.
We look forward to welcoming the founding Fathers and Mothers who will, during the proceedings, adopt the founding documents and set the stage towards a free and safe country on behalf of the communities they represent.
The proposed name for the region will be the United Cape and Transoranje states.
Many community and civil society leaders face financial challenges that may prohibit them from attending. They bring valuable votes to the table in anticipation of the referendum. Please consider sponsoring or donating towards a seat for a congressman. It will cost approximately R1500 per seat.
A limited number of seats are available for observers at R500 per seat for the two day program. Please use the contact form to request attendance. Accommodation and travel is not included.
Below, please find draft documents, although not a comprehensive list, that will be tabled at the Congress for adoption.