An Accord that regulates self-determination for South African minorities was approved and signed prior to the 1994 election by the ANC, the National Party, and the Freedom Front Party, together with many world leaders. This legitimate, legal document has faded from public view and has been ignored by our political leaders. We have to ask: Why?
Chapter 14 of the South African Constitution currently allows for self-determination for minority groups. All we need to do is execute, by getting 2 million votes. Are you going to wait around until the ANC changes the constitution in 2023? It takes just seconds. Register your vote now! These sections of the South African Constitution make provision for legal secession as defined by international law:
  • Section 231 - International agreements: Page 120
  • Section 235 - Self-determination: Page 121
  • The signed Accord of 1993 also specifies acceptance of secession by International role-players.
Check the SA Constitution on ULAcongress.com for evidence – do not be misled!
1993: Accord drafted by Constand Viljoen & written into the SA Constitution at his insistence 1994: Accord accepted into the SA Constitution & co-signed by prominent western-world leaders 1994: Accord ignored by the ANC and the VF party, a co-signatory to the Accord 2014: Klaus Baron von der Ropp of Germany forwarded a copy to Hein Marx to prove its existence 2014-2018: Legal process 99% completed. UN secretary general confirmed that the case has been referred to the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights for investigation 2019: Campaign starts to obtian the mandate of 2 million YES votes for self-determination Our goal is to start a new, vibrant country; free from poverty, racism, crime and corruption, to secede before the next election in 2024.
Secession is defined as the action of WITHDRAWING / BREAKING AWAY, legally and formally, from an existing political state. It is legal in South Africa and our Constitution makes provision for secession. Synonyms for the legal term Secession: Withdrawal, break, breakaway, separation, severance, schism, leaving, quitting, split, splitting, disaffiliation, resignation, pulling out, dropping out, desertion, defection. Minority Groups have had enough, and must now break away from the Mother-country. This is our cause. This is the goal of the ULA.
The number of independent countries has increased from 95 to 195 since the 1950s. Why not apply this perfectly legal norm to obtain our freedom from oppression? South African Minority Groups must unite in our struggle for a free, just society.
  • 1954-1962: Algeria left France
  • 1971: Bangladesh left Pakistan
  • 1974: Eritrea left Ethiopia
  • 1975: East Timor left Indonesia
  • 1990: Fifteen former Soviet republics left the Russian Federation. (3 of them, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania declared their independence even before 1990).
  • 2011: South Sudan left Sudan
Note that 3 are on the African continent. Why can we, as threatened minorities, not secede as well?
Have you read the jaw-dropping final ultimatum to Pres. Ramaphosa on our website? You have missed a grave moment in our history. A bailiff delivered it to Pres. Ramaphosa, and the ULA legal team also delivered it to Pres. Trump and several other world leaders. The document lists all electoral wards in the identified area. Search for your ward and share the letter so that others can check for their wards at https://ulacongress.com/
Spain's constitution expressly forbids secession, therefore Catalonia's bid for secession was considered illegal. However, the South African Constitution makes specific provision for self-determination. Our bid for secession is perfectly legal, and because we have thus far followed the legal process to the letter, our secession cannot be denied or prevented.
At this stage of the legal process, we simply need a MANDATE OF 2 MILLION VOTES to prove that there is substantial and sufficient support for a new country. Voting numbers are increasing every day. What if YOUR vote is the only missing one?
  • (50% plus one) votes
  • by eligible minority group members
  • in a designated area
  • constitute the required mandate for an area to secede
There are an estimated 4 MILLION registered minority group voters in the identified areas, therefore the goal of 2 million votes. Please register your vote!
  • The Khoi and San groups
  • The descendants of slaves and indentured servants, primarily from Malaysia, India, and Indonesia, who were brought to Southern Africa before 1900
  • The descendants of European immigrants from Continental Europe to Southern Africa from as early as 1652. These people came from Holland, Germany, France, Britain, the Jewish Community and almost every other Western country in the world
All South African (SA) citizens 18 years and older, whether living in SA or abroad, may register. Expats and dual citizens may also register, by submitting their last province of residence in SA prior to emigration. Please register!
Yes. Israel is a good example of the benefits of secession. Jews living abroad can always return to their homeland. This holds true for every minority group member living abroad who desires to return to his new homeland. Why are you not voting?
Borders are presently flexible and can change according to the voting and mandate received from the people, especially in the marginal areas.
International law refers to any group of people with one of the following four similarities: ethnicity, language, culture, and religion. Therefore, the identified area was determined based on the following:
  • Ethnicity: Predominantly White and Brown ethnic groups
  • Language: According to the government’s database, the western part of South Africa, The Cape, a strip through the Free State and part of Transvaal like Pretoria have Afrikaans as their home language
  • Culture: Western culture. Groups share a similar culture
  • Religion: Christian faith. A vast majority of ethnic groups practice Christianity.
International recognition is absolutely necessary. That is why the ULA keeps the international community informed. The last requirement for secession is recognition by at least one other country outside of the mother country. Secession is thus not possible without the support and recognition of one other country.
Definitely a Confederate System. This system is unique as the central government has limited power. This means that individual states will have self-determination.
A confederation consists of various totally sovereign independent states. They function as independent states of the confederation. In a confederation, member states share a limited central government with service departments such as Home Affairs, Foreign Affairs and Defense (to control the borders). In a confederate system, states are free to manage themselves. The central government’s role is to oversee overlapping matters like roads, water supply, electricity networks and communications networks. Each state is therefore in control of their own finances and local matters such as the administration of schools, policing etc.
According to international law, recognition by just one UN member state is sufficient for acceptance as an independent country. While we are pursuing the legally required aim of 2 million votes, ULA is also actively pursuing support from UN members, with considerable success.
Certainly not of our doing. However, the answer is that it may if South Africa attempts to forcibly prevent a legal secession. However, the ULA has the ear of the US Congress. On 14th January 2019, President Trump signed into law Act S.1158 Elie Wiesel Genocide and Atrocities Prevention Act. This signed Act grants the United States legal permission to intervene and protect a Minority Group to prevent genocide. Our secession will play out in full view of the eyes of the world.
Would it not be prudent for members of minority groups to withdraw their moral and financial support from a minority institution/organisation or political party, if such organisations OPPOSE self-determination through legal secession? Political parties, security movements, private forces, and cultural movements are necessary. However, these organisations can only create a slight delay in the obliteration of the Minority Groups in SA. Legal secession and sovereign self-determination is the only permanent solution to ensure the survival of South Africa's minority groups! We invite all Minority Groups to take hands towards a common goal: Self-determination. We do not ask for funds or membership fees We do not ask you to leave any existing group that you are a member of. We ONLY ask for your vote. It takes just seconds to vote at www.voteforselfdetermination.co.za
When comparing the work of all the South African minority rights groups, ULA is the only civil rights movement to have achieved TANGIBLE, LEGAL RESULTS both nationally and internationally. We would be delighted to be proven wrong. Tell us: what is your plan? The ONLY secession process in South Africa that is making successful progress, is the process driven by ULA, which was initiated over 6 years ago and is now at the stage where we only need a mandate of 2 million people to get our new country. We urge all minority groups to join hands so we can move forward faster. Please vote today!
The lengthy legal process that must be followed for a legal secession is 99% complete. We are currently in the FINAL EXECUTION PHASE. All we need now is 2 million YES votes. Please register now at www.voteforselfdetermination.co.za. Military and police services, as well as other government departments e.g. international Relations or service delivery, will only be established after secession when international role-players become involved.
Today, 28/5/2019, Secretary-General António Guterres of the United Nations, contacted the ULA President Hein Marx to inform him personally that the ULA case has been referred to the UN Human Rights High Commissioner. Two things to NOTE:
  • The UN has confirmed their interest in our case
  • The Secretary-General himself gave personal feedback to Mr. Marx.
The legal process is making certain headway!
Are you aware that Genl. Constand Viljoen demanded that self-determination for minority groups be built into the SA Constitution before the National Party surrendered power to the ANC? He predicted a coup d’état if it was ignored. As a result, the Accord was signed on 24 April 1994, mere days before the 1994 general election. Political parties went silent on the event for the next decade. However, Klaus Baron von der Ropp, an international witness to the Accord, contacted Hein Marx and shared the signed Accord document with him in 2014. Was it treason to keep the minority groups in the dark and allow them to suffer under severe persecution since 1994? You be the judge.
Not a single person at ULA receives any salary or compensation whatsoever, in any way, shape, or form. All are voluntary workers who sacrifice their time for the good of South Africa's minority groups. At the insistence of the public, some donations have been received since June 2019. ULA publicly undertakes to spend EVERY CENT on marketing campaigns to reach the required mandate of 2 million votes for self-determination. Once the mandate has been reached, no further donations will be accepted. No membership fees, ever.
We advise all Minority Groups and their various Organisations, Institutions, Movements, and Political Parties, and all the people who support them, to investigate and understand the detrimental effect of not PUBLICLY and OPENLY supporting ULA’s plan for self-determination. We thank those minority groups who have found common cause to work with the ULA towards a successful legal secession. The ULA has also extended formal invitations to additional like-minded peoples, groups, and organizations to formalize further affiliations. Join the United Liberty Alliance. Claim your part in our new history, or run the risk of becoming a mere footnote
Ask our experts any question related to legal secession and self-determination on our public Telegram group. We also have a library of useful information for sharing on social media Kindly note that there are 6 live Q&A groups and that Hein manages them simultaneously.
  • Please be kind enough to first read our FAQ's (top right-hand corner, view group info) before asking a question.
  • You can also follow this link to our library for FAQ's which you may share freely on social media at https://t.me/VVA_ULAmediaLibrary
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  • Please be patient, he will answer you
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Why live in a state of constant fear, under threat of violence and economic collapse, as propagated by various groups with their vested interests in maintaining membership fees? Instead of constantly expecting and preparing for war, why not register your vote for SELF-DETERMINATION via LEGAL SECESSION?
In the mid-15th century, South Africa was inhabited by two ethnic groups. The San (aka “Bushmen"), and the Khoikhoi (aka "Hottentots"). The ULA acknowledges the First Nation people and is honoured to fight alongside the First Nation groups for self-determination.
The Nama/Namaqua are a distinct ethnic group of South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. They speak Nama, derived from the Khoe-Kwadi, and most Nama also speak Afrikaans.  The Nama are the most numerous of the Khoikhoi people, who have largely disappeared as a group except for the Nama. Some Nama clans live in Central Namibia. Smaller groups live in Namaqualand, which today straddles the Namibia/ South Africa border to the north and south of the Orange River. The ULA acknowledges the Nama Nation and is honoured to fight alongside the Nama nation for self-determination.
The Griqua are a subgroup of Southern Africa's heterogeneous & multiracial Coloured people. They have a unique origin in the early history of the Cape Colony, as the Griqua descended from mixed-race unions between Netherlands male colonists and Khoikhoi, as well as San women. This occurred when Trekboers, of Netherlands origin but already a Proto-Afrikaans-speaking group at the time, migrated inland from the Cape and populated the frontiers of the nascent Cape Colony (founded in 1652). In the 19th century several states (now South Africa & Namibia), were established. During the Apartheid era, officialdom classified the Griqua people as Coloureds. They have since mostly integrated with other mixed-race populations in South Africa & Namibia. The ULA acknowledges the Griqua nation and is honoured to fight alongside the Griqua nation for self-determination.
Indian South Africans are of South Asian descent and categorized as "Asians". The majority live in the Durban area. Many Indians in South Africa are descendants of migrants from colonial India (South Asia) during the late 19th-century through early 20th-century. The modern South African Indian community is largely descended from Indians who arrived in South Africa from 1860 onwards. The first 342 people arrived on board the Truro from Madras, followed by the Belvedere from Calcutta. A significant proportion of the slaves imported into the Cape were from parts of India and Bangladesh. While South African scholars mistakenly assume these slaves were bought in "slave markets", many of the slaves were victims of kidnapping. Slaves had no identity as Indians and were subsumed into the "Cape Coloured" and Cape Malay communities. The ULA acknowledges the Indian nation and is honoured to fight alongside the Indian nation for self-determination.
Boeren (Dutch), and Boer (Afrikaans) is a noun for "farmer". The term Boers / Boere refers to the descendants of proto-Afrikaans speaking settlers of the eastern Cape frontier. They emigrated from the Western Cape colonial society to the northern parts of the current South Africa during the 1600s, 1700s, and 1800s. The term is also specifically applied to those who left the Cape Colony during the 19th century to settle in the Orange Free State and Transvaal (known as the Boer Republics) as well as Natal. The Boers are thus the descendants of early migrating farmers, known as the Trekboers. This is the essence of the difference between the Boer Nation and Afrikaner Nation, whose members mainly remained in the Western Cape. The Boer Nation was formed on the frontiers of western settlement and on the outskirts of western civilization. Boers were anti-colonial and deeply rooted in their faith. The ULA acknowledges the Boer Nation, and is honoured to fight alongside the Boer Nation for self-determination.
The Portuguese landed in Mossel Bay in 1500, but it was the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC) who first established a station here in 1652. During 140 years of Dutch rule, many former VOC servants chose to remain as free, private citizens, under the provision that they became independent farmers. The VOC even extended free passage to Dutch immigrants from 1685-1707, and also sponsored the immigration of 200 French Huguenot refugees in 1688. Predominantly Germans VOC soldiers returning from Asia further expanded the Western footprint on the continent. Despite their diverse nationalities, colonists shared similar political views. Assimilation with other European, Asian and indigenous peoples, and the development of a common language, gradually caused the development of a distinct identity as Afrikaners. The ULA acknowledges the Afrikaner Nation and is honoured to fight alongside the Afrikaner nation for self-determination.
The ULA acknowledges the vast contribution of the Khoi/San, Nama, Griqua, Asian and Indian Nations to this country. We also state that the descendants of the European settlers who have bled for, and built this country since 1652, are an unequivocal part of Africa and South Africa’s rich history. The ULA is honoured to fight alongside these groups for self-determination.
How will the elderly, unable to care for themselves, be better off after secession? Will they be eligible for citizenship? Pensioners in the identified area will automatically be looked after. Other members from the minority groups who reside outside of the identified area can apply for citizenship since they are members of the minority groups.
The ULA is not just another big talk initiative. The ULA is an action group with a very competent international legal team. We have concluded the legally required communications with the ANC Government and have delivered, by means of the Office of the Sheriff, the final ultimatum letter to them. Successful self-determination will be through the will of the patriotic man on the street, and not through organizations or political parties. This is a proven historical fact. Never underestimate the will of the people. The minority groups’ patience has been tested beyond the limit. They are at the core of this rise towards victorious self-determination!  The same letter has also been delivered to Pres. Trumps’ administration, various international embassies, and human rights establishments globally to keep them fully informed according to international law. It's action time.
An informative monthly newsletter will be published soon to keep you up-to-date with the ULA secession process. You will be able to follow the following topics:
  • Voting statistical graph
  • Latest international outcomes/involvements
  • What happens behind the scenes
  • New alliances formed
  • Current marketing projects
  • Short educational article and a Patriotic character quote
  • Links to ULA social pages and groups
  • Banking details
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