By now everybody knows that REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA is a foreign privately-owned corporation to benefit the 1% and to plunder the 99%.
Here is a Notice & Order to the Independent Electoral Commission that explains it:
Now, ask yourself, why would you vote for a corporation when voting in fact gives a few people all your authority and power and permission to steal our public assets, plunder our accounts, loot our gold and valuable resources, bankrupt our Republic and use our military and police to protect the 1% criminals instead of protecting the 99% people?
And, this piracy by RSA Inc. is in fact threatening the very peace, safety and security of all South African people, as well as you and your loved ones, and our Republic.
Be a Conscientious Objector – Unvote!!!
- See if your name is on the voter’s roll; go to the IEC web page to check your voter registration status at: https://www.elections.org.za/pw/Voter/Voter-Information
- If you are on the voter’s roll and wish to remove yourself then download print and complete the prescribed REC 6 APPLICATION FOR DE-REGISTRATION AS VOTER. Note that it has been removed from the IEC website to prevent you from doing so. Is this not fraudulent? Luckily we have a copy from 2013… Print and complete the document.
- Go to your local IEC office, quoting the following legislation if asked:
The Electoral Act 73 of 1998 states:
10 Applications for de-registration as a voter
- A registered voter may apply for de-registration as a voter in the prescribed manner.
- On receipt of an application for de-registration as a voter, the chief electoral officer must remove the applicant’s name from the voter’s roll.
This means Chief electoral officers are obligated to comply according to the above;
11 Amendments to voter’s roll by chief electoral officer
- The electoral officer must-
- Change the registration details of a voter, if the chief electoral officer is satisfied that the details reflected in the voter’s roll is incorrect or have changed; or
- De-register a voter, if the chief electoral officer is satisfied that the voter does not qualify or no longer qualifies for registration.
Some people are reporting that their names are still on the roll even after having de-registered; then it’s time to send them a notice of their obligation to comply;
12 Notification by chief electoral officer
- The chief electoral officer must notify, in the prescribed manner, a person-
- Who has been de-registered as a voter in terms of section 11;
Demand to be notified that you have been de-registered in the prescribed manner; find out what the latest prescribed manner is? They are regularly changing the rules…
13 Appeal against decisions and steps of chief electoral officer
- A person mentioned in section 12(1) who feels aggrieved by a decision or step taken by a chief electoral officer in terms of section 8, 9 or 11, may appeal to the Commission against that decision or step in the prescribed manner.
- The Commission, in the prescribed manner, must consider and decide the appeal and notify the appellant and chief electoral officer of the decision.
Appeal your non-deregistration with the Commission; ask your local electoral office for the forms to appeal their inaction to remove your ‘person’ from the voter’s roll; give them a month and check again if you have been removed.
Objections and appeals:
Select your province at the following link then contact your provincial office to find out why you have not been removed from the Voter’s Roll.
Done the above and still not removed?
If you have already done the above steps and the IEC has still not removed you from the voter’s roll then kick up a fuss with the National Office:
Riverside Office Park
1303 Heuwel Avenue
National Office number: 012 622 5700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Next expatriate your legal names and property and businesses out of RSA Inc.!!!
Take part in the SA People’s National Referendum to foreclose the dummy corporation – RSA Inc.