The international community was both vocally and financially supportive of the transition from the race-based policies of the apartheid era to a democratically elected government. This support, along with the widespread desire for reconciliation and collaboration amongst the citizens of South Africa, allowed the transition to occur peacefully in 1994. The resulting new South African constitution was hailed as a political miracle, which struck a balance between correcting the wrongs of apartheid and protecting the significant minority populations in South Africa. During the initial years of the Mandela presidency, all ethnic groups united to work together to realise the dream of a prosperous South Africa.
Today however, more than 25 years later, that dream has been shattered by widespread corruption, incompetence at all levels of government, out of control violent crime and a return to race-based policies and legislation.
Most concerning is that almost all the failures of the South African government are increasingly being blamed on the white minority, who constitute only 8.4% of the total population and have had virtually no political, fiscal or military power for more than two decades.
The United Liberty Alliance (ULA) is a civil rights movement focused on the self-determination of the oppressed minorities in Southern Africa. These minorities include the descendants of:
a. The Khoi and San, the aboriginal peoples of Southern Africa;
b. People from Continental Europe, the British Isles and even North America who settled in Southern Africa from as early as 1652;
c. Slaves and indentured individuals brought to Southern Africa before 1900, primarily from Malaysia, India and Indonesia.
The ULA is an umbrella body that unifies a multitude of minority-led organisations through the common goal of independence.
Identity and Role
Most people do not understand the identity and role of the United Liberty Alliance (ULA) correctly. The ULA is not a political party or political organization. Leaders and members of political parties and organizations think that they must make a choice between the ULA or their party, group or organization’s "policy". The VVA does not have a "policy" that you need to support or not. See the ULA as your lawyer or your law firm. All they do is to propose a specific legal process; that few people realize does exist, to solve a problem for all of us. That is the only role the ULA wants to play. It is indeed the ONLY law firm thus far that has followed and completed the entire legal process. This process lasted six years. Many other organizations still WANTED or are GOING TO even... But this law firm has already completed all the work. They are ready to appear in court and immediately get an interdict against the bully that is victimizing minority groups in SA.
The ULA is not a right-wing or left side or Afrikaner or “Boer” or a Broederbond group with any sinister or financial motives. It is simply a group of intelligent, thinking people with a fresh "out of the box" JUDICIAL solution for a problem that our Patriarchs have not been able to resolve in centuries. The ULA does not ask you to make a choice or to leave your political organization. On the contrary. The ULA is an "alliance" – an organization that arises when different groups join their forces for solving a specific problem. It is an organization by the people, of the people and for the people... If all your other options fail, you are going to need your lawyer a lot.
The ULA will therefore only be your attorney or law firm who has your mandate (agreement) to act on your behalf for all minority groups in SA's future. And their actions come completely without any charge to you. With an international team of lawyers, they have already done the necessary work. There are only two things remaining:
We need to get 2 million mandates from minorities...
Or a civil war must break out...
If chaos and a civil war become SA's fate, the ULA is the only organization in a position to immediately obtain an interdict and start the process of secession from SA. If this does not happen, it will also be just a matter of time to let 2 million thinking people understand that we really no longer have another choice than independence and that this provides a unique opportunity and solution to our problems in SA...
Let us try to address the misconceptions about the ULA by using a simple image: Let us suppose you have a problem. There is a malicious bully who is victimizing and mistreating you around every corner. Now there are several possibilities for you to try to solve this problem:
One person suggests that you go speak to a psychologist to help you deal with the problem. The psychologist discusses with you all the methods that exist to calm your nerves and help you accept your fate. This is a political solution. Of course, it is not going to prevent the bully from mistreating you, but at least you now feel better about your fate. We also criticize nobody who wants to follow this method. If it works for you, that's alright. But just realize that this is only one method and not necessarily the only solution to the problem.
A social worker tells you that she has a better plan for your problem. You and the bully must chat with each other and you must try to negotiate with him. Her suggestion is that you can sort out your differences and learn to live together in peace. This is another political solution – a kind of parliamentary process that works like group therapy. The bully is, however, very arrogant, and complacent because he is much bigger than you, and it is doubtful whether this method will bring him to his senses. But again, we don't criticize your method.
Finally, you hear about a good lawyer. You' go to see the lawyer and he tells you that there is another process he knows about and wants to propose to you. It is namely a legitimate legal process. He can get an interdict and a protection order against the bully who will prevent him from coming near you or fight with you. It will make sure he is leaving you alone and that you can go on with your life.
Which of these methods would best address the problem? It's not always that easy to know. It also depends on the circumstances. The attorney's suggestion may be the more radical one, but if the situation is serious enough, you should do what is necessary. As they say in English: "Desperate times call for desperate measures". However, none of the methods will exclude the other one completely. You don't have to make a choice for one against the other. In fact, you can try all the solutions and see which one gives the best results. In Science, a principle known as "the Law of requisite variety" is used to make good choices. This principle predicts that the person or organization with the most options will eventually conquer. The best option therefore remains to know and use all of the options.
So, fellow citizens, come take hands with the ULA and make sure you have a good legal team behind you. The worsening conditions in SA make it likely that you will need their help sooner than later.
The ULA originated in 2009 in the USA as a social group of concerned friends of Afrikaners. Its initial function was to aid South Africans emigrating to the USA by extending a helping hand and assisting the new immigrants in settling in.
Concerns regarding the wellbeing of the whites being forced into squatter camps back home in South Africa, enlarged their focus. The founder members of the ULA soon realised that problems facing those left impoverished and vulnerable to increasing crime in SA, were far too big to solve with food and clothing donations.
After lengthy discussions with many expats they came to the conclusion that the only solution was to find a way to achieve independence. The path was set.
The ULA and its affiliate organisations envisage a free and fair society where Southern Africa’s minorities can enjoy their basic human rights, free from domination and oppression. The worsening situation in South Africa has shown, over more than two decades, that this vision is only obtainable through independence for those regions where these minorities do in fact form the majority.
Our mission is to:
*Foster mutual respect and collaboration between the various minority groups in SA;
*Unite the various minority organisations thereby obtaining the mandate to pursue independence;
*Establish a Congress of Representatives who will be tasked with planning the legal, orderly and peaceful secession of the relevant regions;
*Obtain international support in the form of monitoring and oversight, financial support and political and legal recognition as well as sanctions against the South African government;
*Facilitate the democratic independence referendum by means of a voting database, where persons can register their independence vote over an extended period of time (instead of on a single day as in a traditional referendum);
*Ultimately execute the transition to independence under the leadership of the Congress of Representatives and in collaboration with the international community. The Congress of Representatives will draft the constitution and key policies of the new independent state and will form regional shadow governments in anticipation of independence.
What is the ULA's definition of 'self-determination'?
What is secession? Many South Africans ask what is to be understood by the term secession? Simply put, it is the legal term (derived from the Latin word secessio) for the formal withdrawal of a group from a larger entity, more especially a political entity seeking total independence and sovereign self-determination. To further simplify: It is the term for the process of the creation of a new, sovereign state out of a portion of an existing, sovereign state or states?
What is self-determination? Self-determination is a cardinal principle in modern international law (commonly regarded as a jus cogens rule), binding, as such, on the United Nations as authoritative interpretation of the Charter's norms. It states that people, based on respect for the principle of equal rights and fair equality of opportunity, have the right to freely choose their sovereignty and international political status free of interference.
Is there confusion in SA as to what self-determination is? Yes, unfortunately there is. Some political parties and civil rights initiatives use the word 'self-determination' interpreting it to mean 'internal self-determination’, leaving the minority groups feeling excluded and hopelessly stranded under the socialist majority government’s control.
Is there an example of this concept of 'internal self-determination'? Yes, Orania is such an example. Orania is a registered company, giving investors limited control in the registered landmass area belonging to them. Orania is however still very much under the jurisdiction of the South African government and does not, nor ever will have, sovereign independence. Were the EFF to motivate their masses to settle in the vicinity of Orania it could quickly change to an EFF controlled municipality and ward. Thus, the term 'self-determination' as used by some political parties is highly misleading to minority groups of SA.
What is the ULA’s understanding of self-determination? Combine all these thoughts into one idea to derive the full, intended meaning of the ULA’s process:
Acting in the interests of the diverse, beleaguered minority groups of the existing Republic of South Africa
Withdrawal of these groups from the existing Republic of South Africa and its corrupt, racist government
Declaration of Independence (the act of secession)
The creation of a new, independent state for the South African minorities, where absolute sovereignty will accord these minorities the power to make their own decisions and decide for themselves how they will be governed.
Total autonomy for the minorities in their own sovereign environment, divorced from the current, majority-ruled, culturally and racially biased dispensation
A two-state solution to the current dilemma, whereby the united minorities are granted control of their ethnic and cultural homelands and the majority retain control over theirs. For the purpose of discussion and action, the ULA currently refers to the envisioned new minority state as Hartland. This will be revised by democratic process upon the legal formation of this state.
Make sure you follow the ULA who means what they say…
114 Race-based laws and regulations outright against Minorities.
Expropriation Without Compensation now approved, they can take any of your property legally now, your house included.
All State Owned Enterprises are mismanaged and bankrupt.
SA's credit rating now officially junk: SA is in unrecoverable debt by the IMF.
Demographic Destruction: Bantu generation 2 per 25 years, Minorities 1 per 25 years. Afrikaners will be non-existing by 2050.
Marxist ANC Government infested with organized crime.
Ongoing systematic destruction of white farmers.
Rand value decreased by 100% over the last 10 years.
Minorities' political parties are of zero value in an overwhelming black government.
Crime, murder and rape: SA in the top 5 highest countries in the world.
Investors withdrawing, Zimbabwe conditions looming.
All black political parties are vehemently Marxist and focus on the destruction of the Minority ethnic groups.
Christianity under threat: Christians being silenced on a rapid pace.
International travel: SA VISA status losing ground.
SA is systematically been sold out to China: minerals, farmland, businesses, etc.,
Shortage of labour for overwhelming employment sector due to the growth of the economy and forging the economy into a world-leader.
New country’s strategic alignment with strong patriotic nations such as US, etc.
Confederate governmental system with minimum government giving the power back to the people as in Switzerland.
Minority ethnic groups’ culture and traditions will be vehemently protected and promoted
Young men and women will do compulsory military or governmental service for two years again to restore patriotism and maximizing the countries defense as Israel do.
Safety of citizens will be the new country’s top priority, i.e. human trafficking, crime, syndicates, murder, rape, prevention with a resilient Police Force.
Security of the borders will be of paramount importance
Tax will be reduced to more than half of what it is now, guaranteed.
Schools and governmental services will be in Afrikaans as first language to restore and grow the Afrikaner language, as in any country in Europe.
Tourism will be compellingly promoted to enhance the new country as one of the world’s top tourist destinations.
“Entrepreneurship and special start-up programmes” will be intensely supported and promoted by the government to boost development to the zenith.
Agriculture will be elevated to the highest possible status and farmers will be revered and respected as unseen in the world.
Sea and trade routes around Cape Point will be dominated with lucrative maritime agreements
Military will become a leader in equipment design and export will be a main focus point.
All children will be driven to obtain qualifications in our world-class universities with incentive study packages.
Independence in my lifetime!
The United Liberty Alliance (ULA) is not a political party. It is a civil rights organization focused on the sovereign self-determination of the oppressed minorities in Southern Africa.
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.