United Liberty Alliance, for the legal process of secession

United Liberty Alliance is a civil rights organization who is focused on external self determination, to secede from South Africa. The United Liberty Alliance is an organization that unify all minority groups and their respective organization to move and work towards liberty for all of us, individual rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness since we are oppress by the tyranny of the Mob rule by the majority. We are striving towards Liberty. There are many organizations associated with the United Liberty Alliance.

vision of the United Liberty Alliance

The ULA and its affiliate organisations envision a free and fair society where Southern Africa’s minorities can enjoy their basic human rights, without domination and oppression. The worsening situation in South Africa has shown, over more than two decades, that this vision is only obtainable through independence of those regions where these minorities are in fact the majority.

The ULA stands for the independence of the minority groups in south Africa, for individual liberty for all of us, the right to govern ourselves. The ULA stands for a confederacy where each individual states can govern themselves. The ULA believes in representative government.

What is secession?

Secession is the process where a group of people within a region are moving towards the independence of the original country from whom they want to be free of. It is the process where that region is severing their ties with the country they are breaking of and seceding, forming their own new sovereign nation, independent from the nation they are breaking of.

Are there any nation that seceded successfully or in the process of secession?

Yes, there are nations who successfully seceded from their original countries. The United States of America from Great Britain, the former Soviet republics leaving the Russian Federation. East Timor leaving Indonesia, Eritrea leaving Ethiopia, Bangladesh leaving Pakistan,Uruguay leaving Brazil. Greece and Serbia leaving the Ottoman Empire, South Sudan leaving Sudan, Panama leaving Colombia, as taken from the Real Clear History’s article on nations who successfully seceded from their original countries as written by Brandon Christensen, I’m going to post his article here.

1. The 13 American colonies leaving the United Kingdom: Was the American Revolution an act of secession or an act of patriots defeating a foreign imperial power? Contemporary thinkers and policymakers at the time (1775-1783) very much viewed the American Revolution as an act of secession rather than a country fighting its way out of foreign bondage. Everybody from Adam Smith to Edmund Burke to King George III to the rebels in British North America believed that the war between the two sides was a civil war between two different factions of the same polity: the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

2. The former Soviet republics leaving the Russian Federation: By 1990, the largest experiment with socialism to date was rapidly failing for all the world to see. In 1991, a last-gasp military coup was attempted, to no avail, and 14 independent polities moved quickly to leave what was left of the Soviet Union before Russia could settle into the USSR’s old place as a world power unafraid to use to blunt violence to enforce mores and laws. The ramifications of this vast, multi-actor secession stretching from Central Europe to the Pacific Ocean are still being felt.

3. East Timor leaving Indonesia: The secession of East Timor from Indonesia, made official in 2002, lasted decades (beginning in 1975) and is responsible for the violent deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. Timor was a tiny Portuguese colony surrounded by the massive Dutch East Indies colony. When the Dutch left town, the local Timorese politicians thought it would be a good idea to declare East Timor’s independence. Portugal shrugged, but the country that replaced the Dutch East Indies – Indonesia – had other plans for East Timor and invaded it. East Timor is in bad shape today, but because of this there has been a marked increase in cooperation between Australia and Indonesia – two regional powers that have rarely seen eye-to-eye.

4. Eritrea leaving Ethiopia: All of the wars that Africa has seen since decolonization have at least some inkling of secession-minded action to them. Ethiopia, which in 1974 was governed by an old monarchy, descended into a civil war between monarchists and Marxists. Eritrea, which had once federated with Ethiopia voluntarily before being annexed years later, declared its independence during the chaos. The Marxists in Ethiopia won, and Addis Ababa appealed to the Soviet Union for help defeating Eritrean separatists. In 1991, once the Soviet Union collapsed, Eritrea – led somewhat ironically by Marxists – proclaimed independence and soundly defeated Ethiopia’s suddenly underfunded military. Today, it is a one-party state in a region (the Horn of Africa) wracked by conflict.

5. Bangladesh leaving Pakistan: We all know why India and Pakistan were split up, but why did Bangladesh (formerly East Pakistan) secede from Pakistan? While the people of Pakistan and Bangladesh share a common religion (Islam), the cultural, political, linguistic, and economic differences between the two countries are cavernous. London left most of the political power in the hands of Pakistan’s elite, which led to resentment in Bangladesh as well as very real economic disparities. In 1971, Bangladesh declared its independence from Pakistan and the two sides fought a brief but vicious nine-month war before Pakistan was forced to recognize the Bangladeshi secession as legitimate.

6. Uruguay leaving Brazil: In 1815, the South American continent was a mess. Buenos Aires was trying to assert itself as a regional power, and Portugal was trying to maintain power over its New World possessions. In 1825, the region of Cisplatina in the Brazilian south declared its independence from the Brazil (which had just a few years earlier declared its independence from Portugal) and sought protection by aligning itself with a country that was not yet called Argentina: United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata. A stalemate ensued, but the hostilities resulting from the inability of one side to land a knockout blow began to affect trade in the region. France and the UK then sat down with the factions involved and created the Republic of Uruguay as a buffer state between the two budding rivals.

7. Greece and Serbia leaving the Ottoman Empire: Like the North American and Algerian secessions, the violent exit of Greece and Serbia from the Ottoman Empire (in the early 1800s) was viewed as a civil war rather than as a patriotic struggle to overthrow a foreign oppressor. Greece and Serbia had been part of the Ottoman Empire for hundreds of years before seceding from Istanbul. Because history is written by the victors, these secessions are painted in a different light by most people today, but make no mistake: the independence of Greece and Serbia from the Ottoman Empire was not supported by everybody, and the narrative of the patriot expelling the foreign oppressor was shared by few people at the time, including a (albeit slight) majority of the region’s Greek- and Serbian-speaking Christians.

8. South Sudan leaving Sudan: These two are in the same neighborhood as Ethiopia and Eritrea, though their story is a bit different. Unlike Ethiopia, which managed to maintain its independence during Europe’s colonial venture in Africa, Sudan was just a large chunk of territory created specifically to keep other European powers out of British-ruled Africa. When the Brits left town, this vast territory became one of the world’s largest countries (by area) overnight. Things got ugly quickly, and South Sudan ended up fighting a 22-year war with Khartoum before officially seceding in 2011. The new country descended rapidly into civil war, leaving open the options for further secessions on the one hand, or an opportunity for yet another regional strongman to step into the void caused by war on the other.

9. Panama leaving Colombia: The year was 1903 and the United States of America wanted to build its canal through what is now Panama. At the time, though, Panama was a part of Colombia, which itself was just coming out of a four-year civil war. The Panamanian factions that supported secession did so because they really wanted the canal to be completed and the Colombian government had been dragging its feet for far too long. So, they invited the U.S. government to help “maintain the neutrality of the railroad in Panama,” and this led eventually to the 1903 secession of Panama from Colombia. The Panama Canal was completed in 1914.

These are the examples of nations who successfully seceded from the original countries and many like the USA and Panama are doing very good today.

What does the South African Law and International Law saying?

Many among the Establishment claim that Self-determination is illegal according to South African Law and International Law. But the question is, is it? The answer is no and here are the proof and evidence. We are going to look first at Article 1 of the South African Constitution then at Article 1 on International Law.

Article 235: Self-Determination

The right of the South African people as a whole to self-determination, as manifested in this Constitution, does not preclude, within the framework of this right, recognition of the notion of the right of self-determination of any community sharing a common cultural and language heritage, within a territorial entity in the Republic or in any other way, determined by national legislation.

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

Adopted and opened for signature, Ratification, and accession by General Assembly resolution 2200A (XXI) of 16 December 1966 entry into force 23 March 1976, in accordance with Article 49

Part One

Article 1:

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

2. All peoples may, for their own ends, freely dispose of their natural wealth and resources without prejudice to any obligations arising out of international economic co-operation, based upon the principle of mutual benefit, and international law. In no case may a people be deprived of its own means of subsistence.

3. The States Parties to the present Covenant, including those having responsibility for the administration of Non-Self-Governing and Trust Territories, shall promote the realization of the right of self-determination, and shall respect that right, in conformity with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations.

According to both International Law and South African Law we do have the right to external self-determination, to form our own country and the legitimacy based on language, culture, religion, values, heritage, history, economy and political, like for the Boers and Afrikaners and through the United Liberty Alliance where we as minority groups are working together towards the secession from South Africa based on language, culture, history and heritage and religion as well as economy and social. Therefore that the Establishment are wrong and also Ernst Roets who want to read race in where it does not exist at all.

What parts of the country and minority groups are we talking about?

The parts we are talking about is most of the Cape regions in the Western portion of the Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Northern Cape, Western Freestate and portions of Western Transvaal and Central-Northern Gauteng Province, which are the eight regions which will form the eight sovereign states and one territory as the Federal territory for the Federal Government. The following eight regions are the Boland, where mostly Brown people and a number of White people will be, Namakwaland where the Khoisan group, the Namas will be, Boesmanland where the San Bushmen will be, Griekwaland where the Khoisan group, the Griekwas will be, Overberg, where the White Afrikaners and English people will be, the Karroo, where the Boers will be, the Eastern Cape where the Boers and a number of English people will be, Trans-Orange where the Boers will be.

The groups we are talking about are the Khoisan, Brown people and the White people will be with some Asians and Indians. Among the Khoisan we will have the Namas, Korannas and Griekwas. Among the San, the San Bushmen. Among the Asian and Indians, Asians and Indians. Among the Brown people, the Cape Brown people. Among the Caucasian (White people), the Afrikaners, the Boers, English, Portuguese and Italian.

How far are we with the secession Process and what is still required?

The process is the international legal requirements for secession, which is a very long explanation on its own, but a process where at this stage closer to 97% of the international assessment process. Most of the other parts are already completed. The assessment of the viability and sustainability of the newly created nation, including economic and social economic. the form of Government it will take, the groups of people identified and the territories identified, as well as the infra-structure assessment, all had been done, as well as negotiation with the South African Government, in which the Government refused to partake of. Also already a letter being send to the president to present our grievances, which is being ignored.

All what is needed to be done, is to get the mandate from the members of the minority groups for the referendum to can secede, and if Government refuses to grant secession, then through the ULA we can declare independence, from where one of the member nations in the UN then recognizing the independence of the newly created nation as required.

Thus we can do it and we will do it. Let’s come and vote and mobilize more people to vote to give the mandate for the secession of the new nation, where life, liberty and the pursuit of Happiness can rule again, where we have free enterprise system where we can vote with our feet and money, creating healthy competition and innovation. Also with religious Freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of press, Freedom of peaceable public assembly and right to redress grievances against Government.

Therefore people, here is the link to go and to vote for independence, liberty and right to defend our liberty at http://www.ulacongress.com

All Rights Reserved: © 2019 By SA Teaparty Republic

Published by Gideon Prinsloo

I'm the leader and founder of the SA Teaparty Republic who founded this grassroots group for the sole purpose of organizing people from the grassroots level. I'm also operating the Siener Van Rensburg Prophesies as well as the American Against the Genocide of the Boers in South Africa. I'm also an Apostle in Christ Jesus, managing the websites of my ministries, the Apostolic Global changers Movement, Leadership and Apostolic Heart and the Word Events in Perspective of Biblical Prophesies

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