The heading says it all. It ask a question here that needs to be answered. In 1994 South Africa entered into what is called the Rainbow Nation. But since then, did South Africa moved into the Rainbow Nation? The answer is no. South Africa ceased to be a Republic and became a Democracy. In my next article I will explain the difference between Republic and Democracy. America is not a Democracy, it is a Republic according to Article 4 of the US Constitution.
Since 1994, South Africa started to move backwards. Corruption increased as the Government keeps getting bigger. Already under President Nelson Mandela the Affirmative Action Laws were sign as Law and enforced against White people, starting with White Males first. All in all there are over 120 Affirmative Action Laws being enforced in South Africa since 1994. Later comes the Black Economic Empowerment and afterwards Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment., of which all of these policies rendered White South Africans without any opportunities in the Economy. Is the ANC willing to let go of it? The answer to it is no
Then we also deal with the rhetoric and songs being sung by the ANC / EFF / BLF and others about killing the White man, also the One Bullet One Settler and the kill the Boers. Including Jacob Zuma who sang at the ANC centenary in 2012 of the Cabinet will shoot the Boers. Julius Malema also instigating his followers into Shoot the Boer and also he do not call for the slaughter of White man, at least not for now. Also, we see farm murders and brutal murders of Whites in suburbs and brutal attacks against Whites without anything being done. I myself also experienced such an attack in Brits but miraculously survived that attack, without the Law Enforcement doing anything about it. Already many of them from the ANC/EFF/BLF are planning and getting ready for war.
To top it all, last year the motion was passed with a huge majority in Parliament to expropriate Property without Compensation, especially that of Whites for the purpose of redistribution to Blacks. At the same time the harsh discrimination against Whites is not limited to Whites only, but also to other minority groups like the Colored people, the Khoisan people and the Indian people, where all are reserved only for Blacks, and now they also look at the land of the Zulu to expropriate the lands of the Zulus in Zululand too, all part of Tribalism.
The situation in South Africa is getting worse and not better. Some naive leaders believe that negotiations in Parliament would help the minorities. During elections the politicians told South Africans “If you don’t vote, it’s a vote for the ANC”. This is almost laughable amidst evidence of large-scale election fraud.
Having read all facts mentioned here, the question again begs: is there a future for the white and other minority groups in South Africa?
The answer is no. There is none. The next question will be: “What now?”. What can be done and what can we do for ourselves and our children?
We have to think of our future. We cannot keep looking at the political leaders to do something. If there is one thing we should have learned from the lessons over the past nearly one hundred and twenty years, then it is that these political leaders were almost always self-serving, making choices to benefit themselves.
We need to take our future into our own hands. We must take charge of our lives and destiny with determination. We need to realize that there is no future for us in the current South Africa.
But there is a solution. The solution is not to be found in the political arena. The solution will come from among us, the people.
What is the solution? The solution is to secede from South Africa, to declare independence from South Africa.
Hein Marx and his team at the United Liberty Alliance have been working on a legal solution since 2011. I’m privileged to be working together with them this year.
The Afrikaner Accord signed in 1994 was a signal achievement by a few far-seeing individuals, and this document today paves the way to our future freedom. International laws stipulate a legal process which must be followed by any group of people who contemplate or wish for self-determination.
Under Hein’s leadership 99% of that process has been completed. The impact study, economic, geographic and sustainability studies have been completed. Eligible groupings have been identified. The governance model (a confederation) for the new independent country has been determined.
So what is still needed? We need to obtain a mandate from the people for secession, which must lead to a referendum.
What if the ANC Government refuses to declare independence? How do we get involved? We need all the minority groups to vote for sovereign secession at : http://www.ulacongress.com
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