Hartland Project explained in a Nutshell
The ULA is:
- the flagship and the main body.
the legal establishment conducting and focusing on the international legal process.
the vehicle called 'the secession process' to take you from the 'old South Africa culture and lifestyle' to the new culture, which ULA gave an interim name: 'The Hartland'
The Hartland concept is the very self-determination desire the ULA pursues.
The Hartland Project is:
the dream the ULA is motivating its adherents to achieve.
the campaign born to give the members of the minority groups a clearer and more tangible feel as to what the ULA wants to achieve.
a marketing strategy to bring more alliances on board who will buy into the ULA’s future Hartland – western South Africa.
The ULA legal body is, therefore, using various strategies, and will possibly establish more, to get to the 2 million mandates.
Our Hartland Flag - Explained
The star is a symbol of the heavens and the divine goal to which man has aspired from time immemorial
Red signifies hardiness, valour and courage
White signifies purity and innocence, the elements which embrace the new country
Blue signifies royalty, kingship, justice, vigilance, and perseverance
Red, White and Blue combined, as seen in the Dutch and French flags, trace back to the history of the country’s struggle for independence
Eight stars represents God’s gracious gift of eight Confederate States with eight unique groups of people in the new country. Seventh is the Biblical number for ‘whole and complete’, eight signifies a ‘new beginning’ beyond complete or ‘beyond perfection’
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