SA People Sovereignty Explained

Do we, the people work for Government? OR Does Government work for US?

No, government works for us! They are our public servants, our hired help; we pay their salaries; not the UN, IMF or WHO. South Africa belongs to we the people. The 1955 Freedom Charter declares: “South Africa belongs to all who live in it…”

Now, our servants claim to own our cars, houses, public buildings, lands and everything. And, they think they can now do as they want in our house.

There is a well-established principle of law that says: Capture by pirates and robbers does not change title.

It’s time to wake up and remember who we are and restore the natural order of things. The Creator Created man and man created a fiction called government. And the only purpose for government is to protect our rights and provide us with services.

U.S. Justice Matthews in Yick Wo v. Hopkins clearly states: “Sovereignty itself is… not subject to law, for it is the author and source of law… while sovereign powers are delegated to the agencies of government, sovereignty itself remains with the people, by whom and for whom all government exists and acts.”

The 1776 Declaration of Independence of the original 13 united States of America declares: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

The 1955 Freedom Charter declares: “No government can justly claim authority unless it is based on the will of the people.”

The Freedom Charter and the 1994 Reconstruction & Development Programme both declare: “The people shall govern” thereby affirming the sovereignty of the people.

Is the government of today based on the will of the people? No? Well then it is up to we the people to abolish and change it. No-one is going to do it for us.

“Sovereign individuals are subject only to a Common Law, whose primary purposes are to protect and defend individual rights and to prevent anyone, whether public official or private person, from violating the rights of other individuals. Within this scene, Sovereigns are never subject to their own creations, and the constitutional contract is such a creation.” To quote the Supreme Court, “No fiction can make a natural born subject.” [Milvaine v. Coxe’s Lessee, 8 U.S. 598 (1808)]. “That is to say, no fiction, be it a corporation, a statute law, or an administrative regulation, can mutate a natural born Sovereign into someone who is subject to his own creations.”

Now, the theory of government is that we have surrendered some of our rights so that government can protect the rights that we have not surrendered. The fiction is that we have consented to the surrender of our rights. The reality is that our rights have been stolen from us because the government monopolizes force; it’s a sad and terrible reality. Still, rights are yours, not the government’s to be taken away.

If, our rights belong to us then they cannot be taken away by majority vote; they cannot be taken away by legislation; they cannot be taken away by command of the executive; they cannot be taken away by the majority of the people; they can only be taken away IF I GIVE THEM UP MYSELF. We can voluntarily surrender our own natural rights but, one cannot surrender someone else’s rights because natural rights belong to each one of us. That is the theory of a republican form of government and we are a Republic not a democracy.

Question: Is there any legitimate activity a government has in a free society? Yes, to protect the natural rights of the people in that society; meaning, do not assault my freedom, my life, my liberty, my property! Protect it! That is what a government is for.

The Bill of Rights was supposed to be written to prevent government from doing that except by due process; due process means if they want to take away my rights, one has the right to a fair trial and the protections that come with it. However, the Constitution was a sellout and natural rights have been flipped.

Now, if the government recognised the concept of natural rights and people sovereignty, it would know that virtually everything it has done since 1995 has been unlawful. A government that believes in natural rights will limit itself to those behaviors. Do you know of any government today that limits itself to only the protection of natural rights? That is the ideal.

The problem is that the REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA is merely a foreign privately-owned corporation and a subsidiary of the UN, IMF, WHO controlled by the globalist elite’s and their New World Order.

This week, representatives of most nations will be surrendering our sovereignty to the New World Order with the Plandemic Treaty. We have already declared it null and void with the Minister of Health. Joe Phaala does not have our consent. He has no legal or lawful right to give up our rights for us.

We need to understand the force of darkness among us and that force of darkness is the very government we have elected and empowered to impose the darkness upon us. The better we understand it, the more we understand it, the sooner we can be free from its shackles.

It’s time to put South Africa back on track to where we were meant to go since 1995; to restore people sovereignty and a government by, for and of the people.; it’s time for a new 2022 Freedom Declaration, a new Reconstruction and Development Programme; people’s courts, referendums and share in the national wealth.

The people shall soon govern.

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