UZA v. STANDARD BANK – Moving Forward… Forward to Bankruptcy?

STANDARD BANK LIMITED are certainly not wishing to move forward, contrary to their creed as the following communications indicate; where are the days when companies had pride in being dynamic? Instead of following King David Rockefeller’s one world policy? Hey, David? Dinosaurs in the making, we say… good luck; we are building a new model to make the old one redundant; in peace

To:       Head, Legal Centre, Standard Bank Group Limited, 9th Floor,

Standard Bank Centre, 5 Simmonds Street, Johannesburg

From:   UZA, people’s courts, forums & tribunals

Re: Meeting to find reconciliation on unlawful banking practices

We have been approached by people represented by civic associations from the inner CBD who are the victims of numerous rights violations which involve what we now deem to be unlawful banking transactions, mortgages and the purchase and sales of apartment buildings, to name a few. For more information refer to

The people have requested that we represent them and participate along with them in this matter. Therefore, we wish for a two-hour meeting at your earliest convenience with 3 representatives of people attending, in order that we may address their concerns and find remedy for reconciliation.

UZA: As a people’s court at Natural Law we assist, guide and educate people and communities regarding their unalienable rights. We negotiate peaceful and positive conflict resolution between disputing parties to create a win-win for all people; the values we hold are what is common to the people and community and therefore reflect the unique and pivotal role in the cultural, social and economic life at international natural law jurisdiction. For more information refer to

UZA is officially recognised as the SA Chapter of the committee in support of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice:

There is currently an international court case under way, filed by UZA against the Republic of South Africa for not protecting the rights of we the people against harmful banking practices and agencies intent on plundering the people; and, for not upholding the Bill of Rights as enshrined in the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. For more information refer to

As a result all the wealth is now filtering into the hands of the few, the economy is grinding to a halt, the BRICS countries are unsuccessfully attempting to exit the Federal Reserve banking system, the Chinese stock markets have already crashed twice in the first week of 2016, the DOW has experienced the four worst days of trading since 1932 and more and more evidence is coming to light that the Federal Reserve banking system is a fraudulent system wherein money is merely an IOU, the banks are under control of a very few global elite private bankers with private interests which in most cases are not to the interest of the countries or the people. The system is collapsing and it is time for us to engage in finding remedy or we the people have no alternative but to start our own bank with our own banking system and cease from making use of commercial banks completely. So it is in the interests of STANDARD Bank, as a South African company, to participate in the soon-to-be-launched people’s banking system. So it is with this in mind, that we would like to set up a meeting and we require two hours of your time in order to start entering into discussions to address the issues and to find remedy for our concerns.

Oxfam study highlights massive global wealth divide.1% richest own more than rest of us

The combined riches of 62 of the world’s most well-heeled individuals in 2015 equaled the wealth of 3.5 billion people — the bottom half of humanity — a new report about extreme global wealth inequality released Sunday showed.

The findings, published by the poverty-fighting organization Oxfam, highlight the growing divide between those at either end of the income spectrum. Since 2010, the wealth of the richest 62 people increased 44% to $1.76 trillion, the report found. Over the same period, the wealth of the world’s poorest half fell over a trillion dollars or 41%.

“Our economic system is heavily skewed in their (the wealthiest) favor, and arguably increasingly so,” Oxfam said. “Far from trickling down, income and wealth are instead being sucked upwards at an alarming rate.”

Oxfam added: “Rising inequality is a problem for all of us. The OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) notes that increasing income inequality poses a risk for social cohesion and threatens to slow down the current economic recovery.”

As recently as 2010, Oxfam calculated, it took 388 of the world’s wealthiest individuals to match the collective income levels of the world’s poorest half. Oxfam did not name the 62 individuals it used as the basis for its calculations. In previous research reports, it has used Forbes’ billionaires list, in 2015 topped by Bill Gates whose net worth is $79.2 billion.

The group unveiled its research just a few days before the meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, an annual event that sees world leaders, corporate titans and members of civil society gather for a week of discussions and workshops on the world’s most pressing problems. Income inequality is rarely far from the top of the agenda.

Please contact us at at your earliest possible convenience with a time and day and venue where we can meet in order to introduce our concerns.

Sincerely, without prejudice, under onerous title, all rights reserved



Dear Sir

With reference to your attached letter dated 20 January 2016 The Standard Bank of SA Ltd (“the bank”/”us”/”we”) hereby replies as follows:

At the outset any customer of the bank may lodge a complaint with us, which will be handled by a dedicated area (being the Complaints Resolution Centre), and can be contacted via e-mail ( ) or telephonically on  0860 101 101.

Secondly the bank will regrettably not participate in your planned people’s banking system, and we suggest that you engage with the relevant regulatory authorities herein, being National Treasury at the SA Reserve Bank, etc

Thirdly any failure on the bank’s side to specifically reply to any of the allegations made in your letter under reply should not be construed as an acknowledgement to the correctness thereof and all of the bank’s rights remain strictly reserved herein.

Kindly be guided accordingly.



The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited
Group Legal Division Tel +27 (0)11 636 9111 / Fax +27 (0)11 636 8277 /

5 thoughts on “UZA v. STANDARD BANK – Moving Forward… Forward to Bankruptcy?

      1. In 2003 SB faxed my bank statements to a 3rd party without my knowledge or consent and then froze my accounts with no court order… define lawful?

      2. The way we, as people would wish it done to us; when taking over the batton from tyranny, it is most important to be the opposite of the tyrant; in that way, there can be no conflict; “Know thy enemy, know thyself.” In anger, one knows not thyself; use it as a tool only to focus on the remedy, and not the hows and whys, B; we feel your anger; now use that to write a good article on fairness; what is fair treatment in your view? blessings, bt

      3. We have difficulty being ‘fair’ to an evil tyrant. Yes I am angry, anger is a great motivator. We cannot go into a meeting of the Bilderbergers and tell them to be fair. The agenda is control, and they are almost at the point where they are in complete control. The world is sinking fast…. love will not heal it. Love the people who deserve love and remove the weapons from the hands of the tyrants. Banking and gold are some of the weapons of this tyrant. Krystal said ‘do unto others, turn the other cheek, love thy neighbour’. He also threw over the tables, we must throw over the tables…. They will not comply, and don’t understand the concept of love…. they destroy because they like it. Peace my dear friend.

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