The Universal Declaration of Independence which was signed at the historic Castle in Cape Town on 24th September 2017 claims the current Western Cape, The Northern Cape and the Eastern Cape up to the Fish River, as its sovereign territory with 15 Million citizens. Secession is the action of withdrawing formally from membership and participation of any federation, body or political state.
Representatives from white South African people approached the Khoi king with a plan for secession and it was discussed over a five hour long meeting. The plan was agreed to and a verbal agreement was put in place. The plan was simple, that the Khoi King secede with the backing of the Khoi, Afrikaner Boers, Other European descendants and Coloureds. For this backing, these four nations would equally power share in a new government under a sovereign parliament federal government system as laid out in the brief that was received by all parties. And thus a relationship was born and a new hope was given to the four nations to unite under a new country in the “Cape of Good Hope”.
Having diligently applied all international laws and norms to reach this stage, the King is currently at the United Nations General Assembly in New York trying to apply for observer status although he will have to travel to Geneva to joining the indigenous peoples section of the UN.
Could this be the reason, the ANC regime, Zuma, Ramaphosa and Malema have fast tracked the land expropriation developments in SA? To activate their impis (bantu soldiers) for a land war?
The King, or “Goeb”, who will not be a monarch as such but rather an oversear to ensure there is no abuse of the land or it’s people, intends to have duly qualified, non political representatives appointed from each of the four population groups resident in The Cape, namely the Khoisan, Afrikaner Boer, English European and Coloured to manage the various departments in the portfolio. They will not be elected but rather appointed on merit and qualification.
Given that the Western Cape alone only gets back a third of its monetary contribution to South Africa’s central government in Pretoria, economical viability is fairly certain.
Listen to King Khoebaha III explain the process that got us to here:
King Khoebaha, his wife Queen Jenny, and the Sovereign State of Good Hope team, have been busy behind the scenes drafting letters to embassies and Ambassadors, complete with a royal seal, requesting that the international community publicly acknowledge and back the declaration of secession of the Sovereign State of Good Hope, which marks the exiting of the territory that falls under the Khoisan Nation, from the cruel and murderous regime of the ruling government of South Africa.
On Wednesday evening, 29th November 2017, King Khoebaha and Queen Jenny were invited by the Ambassador of the Ukraine to attend the Premiere of the film, Bitter Harvest, which was shown at the Labia Theatre in Cape Town. It was at this function that the first letter was handed over, along with the Declaration of Secession, asking the Ukraine to assist and support the secession of the Sovereign State of Good Hope.
Now that the deed has been declared, it is up to the People of The Cape to make it so! Finally Afrikaans has a homeland!
WHO IS GAOB KHOEBAHA CALVIN CORNELIUS III?
The hereditary tribal leader of the Khoisan Nation is know as Gaob, which loosely translates into what we understand as “King” in the English Language. Khoebaha Calvin Cornelius III comes from a long lineage of tribal leaders, and has inherited the position, and therefore he is the only person who has right to engage in this process of secession on behalf of the Khoisan, as the recognised head of the Royal House of the Khoisan Nation.
WHO WERE THE ORIGINAL INHABITANTS?
It has been documented in historical record that the Original people of the land that has become the Sovereign State of Good Hope, were what is now known as the Khoi and San peoples. These San are often referenced as “Bushmen” and the Khoi were named “Hottentots” by the Dutch, but they are the original inhabitants of the area that now forms the Sovereign State of Good Hope, and therefore, they are the only legitimate group that can claim they were there before the first white settlers arrived in the Cape in 1652. In fact the Khoi-San were once the largest group of human inhabitants on Earth, but their culture and way of life has slowly been eroded over many thousands of years, and they are an endangered group, having been marginalised, sidelined, ignored and forgotten by Mandela’s African National Congress regime.
WHY WAS SECESSION NECESSARY IN SOUTH AFRICA?
The African National Congress (ANC) regime in government which came into power in 1994, is a corrupt terrorist organisation that is currently engaged in a policy of genocide against various minority groups in South Africa, particularly the white farmers, also known as Boers. The ANC government has implemented economic polices that has resulted in massive unemployment and corruption of resources, driving South Africa into a state of crisis. As a result, the South African Rand has been given “Junk Status” by the international community. South Africa has the highest violent crime rate in the world, with many people living in total poverty and absolute fear.
The ANC has propagated the belief that white people stole land from the black people of South Africa, and that they therefore have the right to take that land back by any means necessary, even by means of violent actions such as torture, rape and murder. However, this is a totally invalid argument, as it was not their land to begin with. There were virtually no “black” / Nguni / Bantu / Negro people in South Africa at the time, and certainly none in the Cape, when the Dutch East India Company arrived, rather this genetic group / tribe were located further to the north eastern parts of South Africa.