The WHO, UN and RSA INC. are NEW WORLD ORDER fronts and faking a “Vaccination Variant” this time (Omnicron) to try and scare South Africans to take the de-population jab; expect a lockdown this December; they do not want us to go back to normal because then we will not take the jabs again;
The truth is God made us perfect; we have 100% natural immunity; and, we naturally get “herd immunity”; this is all a NWO theatre production to kill off we the creditors while they try to claim and control our country because RSA INC. is bankrupt and so is the UN INC.
70% of South Africans are not buying into their lies and agendas;
70% of South Africans do not trust politicians or “government” and did not vote;
Again we find ourselves under a corrupt and oppressive system of APARTHEID:
Economic apartheid; Freedom Apartheid; Health Apartheid; Justice Apartheid; Rights Apartheid; New World Order Apartheid; Down with all forms of Apartheid!!!
Remember the 1950s Defiance Campaign against an oppressive regime!!!
Remember the 1955 Freedom Charter!!!
Remember the United Democratic Front!!!
Remember the 1994 Reconstruction & Development Policy Framework!!!
We the people declared: The People Shall Govern!!!
These freedoms we will fight for side by side until our liberties are won!!!
The Struggle Continues!!!
History repeats itself;
From December 2021 we the people are embarking on a MASS DEFIANCE CAMPAIGN until the 1994 Reconstruction and Development of Southern Africa begins properly!!! Direct self-governance!!! The people shall govern!!!
2022 begins with:
SA NATIONAL MASS VOTER-DEREGISTRATION CAMPAIGN;
SA NATIONAL PEOPLE’S REFERENDUM;
Foreclosing the bankrupt RSA INC. and reclaiming all assets into the South African Republic TrustÓ; restoring the people as the first claimants, creditors, shareholders, trustees and beneficiaries in this bankruptcy back to 1898;
Later a Truth & Restoral Commission into all the RSA INC. fraud and theft; and much more;
Maxim – Capture by pirates and robbers does not change title.
DEFY DECEMBER 2021 LOCKDOWNS!!!
You have God-given inalienable rights which no agency or regulation can restrict without your permission; some of them are listed in the Bill of Rights; and, the Bill of Rights is the supreme law of the land and any regulation that tries to restrict your rights is unlawful, illegal and null and void.
So, defy the December lockdowns; get arrested if you must; drown them in paperwork; fill up the cells; tire the SAPS out; overload the system;
LETS ALL GET ARRESTED!!!
Be peaceful while doing it; use it as an opportunity to educate and inform officials; get them on our side;
When in court tell the judge that unless the STATE comes with a Constitutional Court Order what they are doing is unlawful, illegal and null and void therefore they are obligated to let you go or take the case to the Constitutional Court; until then you are innocent; you are exercising your rights and the SAPS and COURTS OF SA are obligated to protect you in the exercising of your rights!!!
You can read the following in court:
- This Bill of Rights is a cornerstone of democracy in South Africa. It enshrines the rights of all people in our country and affirms the democratic values of human dignity, equality and freedom.
- The state must respect, protect, promote and fulfil the rights in the Bill of Rights.
- The Bill of Rights applies to all law, and bindsthe legislature, the executive, the judiciary and all organs of state.
- Everyone is equal before the law and has the right to equal protection and benefit of the law.
And the “law” is the Bill of Rights in your case.
10. Human dignity
Everyone has inherent dignity and the right to have their dignity respected and protected.
Everyone has the right to life.
12. Freedom and security of the person
- Everyone has the right to freedom and security of the person, which includes the right
- not to be deprived of freedom arbitrarily or without just cause;
- not to be detained without trial;
- to be free from all forms of violence from either public or private sources;
- not to be tortured in any way; and
- not to be treated or punished in a cruel, inhuman or degrading way.
- Everyone has the right to bodily and psychological integrity, which includes the right
- to make decisions concerning reproduction;
- to security in and control over their body; and
- not to be subjected to medical or scientific experiments without their informed consent.
13. Slavery, servitude and forced labour
No one may be subjected to slavery, servitude or forced labour.
Everyone has the right to privacy, which includes the right not to have
- their person or home searched;
- their property searched;
- their possessions seized; or
- the privacy of their communications infringed.
15. Freedom of religion, belief and opinion
- Everyone has the right to freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief and opinion.
17. Assembly, demonstration, picket and petition
Everyone has the right, peacefully and unarmed, to assemble, to demonstrate, to picket and to present petitions.
21. Freedom of movement and residence
- Everyone has the right to freedom of movement.
34. Access to courts
Everyone has the right to have any dispute that can be resolved by the application of law decided in a fair public hearing before a court or, where appropriate, another independent and impartial tribunal or forum.
35. Arrested, detained and accused persons
- Everyone who is arrested for allegedly committing an offence has the right
- to remain silent;
- to be informed promptly
- of the right to remain silent; and
- of the consequences of not remaining silent;
- not to be compelled to make any confession or admission that could be used in evidence against that person;
- to be brought before a court as soon as reasonably possible, but not later than
- 48 hours after the arrest; or
- the end of the first court day after the expiry of the 48 hours, if the 48 hours expire outside ordinary court hours or on a day which is not an ordinary court day;
- at the first court appearance after being arrested, to be charged or to be informed of the reason for the detention to continue, or to be released; and
- to be released from detention if the interests of justice permit, subject to reasonable conditions.
- Everyone who is detained, including every sentenced prisoner, has the right
- to be informed promptly of the reason for being detained;
- to choose, and to consult with, a legal practitioner, and to be informed of this right promptly;
- to have a legal practitioner assigned to the detained person by the state and at state expense, if substantial injustice would otherwise result, and to be informed of this right promptly;
- to challenge the lawfulness of the detention in person before a court and, if the detention is unlawful, to be released;
- to conditions of detention that are consistent with human dignity, including at least exercise and the provision, at state expense, of adequate accommodation, nutrition, reading material and medical treatment; and
- to communicate with, and be visited by, that person’s
- spouse or partner;
- next of kin;
- chosen religious counsellor; and
- chosen medical practitioner.
- Every accused person has a right to a fair trial, which includes the right
- to be informed of the charge with sufficient detail to answer it;
- to have adequate time and facilities to prepare a defence;
- to a public trial before an ordinary court;
- to have their trial begin and conclude without unreasonable delay;
- to be present when being tried;
- to choose, and be represented by, a legal practitioner, and to be informed of this right promptly;
- to have a legal practitioner assigned to the accused person by the state and at state expense, if substantial injustice would otherwise result, and to be informed of this right promptly;
- to be presumed innocent, to remain silent, and not to testify during the proceedings;
- to adduce and challenge evidence;
- not to be compelled to give self-incriminating evidence;
- to be tried in a language that the accused person understands or, if that is not practicable, to have the proceedings interpreted in that language;
- not to be convicted for an act or omission that was not an offence under either national or international law at the time it was committed or omitted;
- not to be tried for an offence in respect of an act or omission for which that person has previously been either acquitted or convicted;
- to the benefit of the least severe of the prescribed punishments if the prescribed punishment for the offence has been changed between the time that the offence was committed and the time of sentencing; and
- of appeal to, or review by, a higher court.
- Whenever this section requires information to be given to a person, that information must be given in a language that the person understands.
- Evidence obtained in a manner that violates any right in the Bill of Rights must be excluded if the admission of that evidence would render the trial unfair or otherwise be detrimental to the administration of justice.
Furthermore, a state of emergency can only last for 21 days so the lockdown is unlawful, illegal and null and void.
37. States of emergency
- A state of emergency may be declared only in terms of an Act of Parliament, and only when
- the life of the nation is threatened by war, invasion, general insurrection, disorder, natural disaster or other public emergency; and
- the declaration is necessary to restore peace and order.
- A declaration of a state of emergency, and any legislation enacted or other action taken in consequence of that declaration, may be effective only
- prospectively; and
- for no more than 21 days from the date of the declaration,
Download and print a copy of the SOUTH AFRICAN BILL OF RIGHTS
Aluta continua the struggle continues were the first words uttered by 52-year-old black consciousness exponent Simon Nkosi when he was freed after 13 years in jail.
A luta continua vitória é certa meaning The struggle continues victory is certain.