Saturday, 4 June 2016

What is South Africa?

This may at first glance seem like a stupid question. Of course, we all know what South Africa is, it is marked out on all maps.

But once we start thinking a bit deeper about this, is the answer that simple? What REALLY is “The Republic of South Africa”???

Is it a land mass with its territorial waters, or is it something else?

If you were a tern flying between the South Atlantic and the North Atlantic in your annual migration patterns, would you be aware that you were over a certain country at different times during your move, or would you just see the land and the sea below you? If you were an Eagle who lived north of Upington, would you know that at times you flew over Namibia and other times over Botswana?

I think we can all agree that a country is a human concept, without manifestation in nature.

Before we had the political countries we have today, people lived in groups, with different traditions and perhaps different languages, and if they lived in peace with the surrounding similar groups, they would like some predator have their turf, which they saw as their land. But there were also people who lived completely nomadic, moving over large unpopulated areas and only moved on when the lack of food or wanderlust drove them on.

I have no desire to go into detail on how we came to have what we today call countries. The fact is that we now have a country we call South Africa. But the land itself has been here a lot longer than the human concept “South Africa” and most likely will still be here long after mankind has passed into oblivion. Maybe one day there will be just one Government for the whole planet. Then too, South Africa will be gone, or just seen as a province.

What I want to show here is that South Africa is not so much a land mass as an idea commonly held by a group of people.

If South Africa was the ground we walk on, how can South Africa have laws? Can the ground write laws?

We sometimes hear politicians say things like "In this society," or "our modern society".
The dictionary defines "society" as: "A group of individuals standing in mutual, voluntary, often regulated relationships to each other and acting in the common interest of all members". So does it not seem like South Africa, is more a society, rather than a land mass?

The Dictionary says the word "Country" means:
A: A nation or State.
B: The territory of a nation or state, land.
C: The people of a nation or state. .

So, it is not so much the land mass as such, but the claim a group is making upon it, which makes up one aspect of a country. To find a comparison in the animal kingdom, the land mass a pride of lions considers its territory, has nothing to do with a pack of wild dogs territory - even if they overlap. Their territory is the only relevant when it comes to other lions or wild dogs. And these animals are not concerned about what we humans consider to be our “territories” (unless we put up a fence they cannot pass).

So, if a nation is basically an idea or thought that is held in common by a group of people, is it not a kind of imaginary thing, created by the human mind? If South Africa is a society as defined above, can you not then leave this society if you would like, without leaving the land mass?

What would happen if, say a few million South Africans suddenly said, "We have had enough of being robbed of a large portion of what we produce, by taxation and getting very little in return for it. We are sick of seeing our taxes ending up in private pockets while a simple thing like getting a new passport or ID seems to be next to impossible to get. We have had enough of paying for an overgrown state apparatus and millions of employees who seem unable to deal with anything but the most routine tasks, and who in many cases seem capable of little more than drawing a salary. We are sick of blackouts, broken traffic lights, potholes, strikes and seeing out money getting worth less and less on the world market. We are sick of seeing our natural
resources being sold to foreigners, when we could develop them ourselves and create jobs and wealth for our people.
We could create a better society outside of or separate from, what we call the Republic of South Africa. We can create our own currency, which is based on real value, and not like the Rand, created through loans where the money for the interest is not created (which means more and more money must be borrowed all the time - until the bubble one day burst) . We can create our own laws which are simple and sensible enough for everyone to understand. We can do better ourselves! "

If a large enough group decided to do this, it could work, because in the group we would have all the skills and professions represented in order to have our own exchange systems / currency and all goods and services could be provided within our own “alternative South Africa”. The rest of the population would then have two societies to choose from and if ours is perceived as better by most, it would soon become the dominant society.
This may work in a place like this. South Africans are used to make a plan and find solutions one way or another, when those who should really do the job will not do it. Maybe if this started in smaller towns (Like the Ubuntu Party idea) where people all contribute a few hours per week in exchange for electricity, water, sewage, roads, etc. If that worked it could build on from there.

If we were to compare the Republic of South Africa with a company, say, Coca Cola South Africa. If you worked for this company, you would be expected to follow all the rules that apply within the company, when you are at work! When you do the gardening or are taking a walk with the dog, the rules of Coca Cola's has nothing to do with you, for you are not now an employee holding a position and who gets paid for what you do. You are a private man or woman (I try to avoid the word "person" as it has legal meanings of something else than a living being, but rather a role or capacity played out within the fiction of REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA).

If you went around at the headquarters of Coca Cola South Africa, you might see a map somewhere, with the same boundaries as the country of South Africa claims, and with local sales districts plotted in different colours. Does that means that Coca Cola South Africa owns the land that is marked on the map? No, it means that in these lands, we sell the drink Coca Cola. Perhaps for practical reasons Swaziland and Lesotho could be on the Coca Cola South Africa map too. It is simply a map that is used internally to describe the area in which the company operates.

The same applies for the company the REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA. How can a human idea, expressed on paper, own a piece of Mother Earth, which we share with hundreds of thousands if not millions of other life forms? Is it not rather so that as a society we say that we conduct our business on the demarcated land mass? At the end of this article, I have provided links that seems to prove that THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA is in fact a corporation.

Here is something of local origin, where it is mentioned that South Africa is a  corporation.
This from Thuli Madonsela:- One of her most important findings reads: ‘It is my considered view that the president, as the head of South Africa Incorporated, was wearing two hats, that of the ultimate guardian of the resources of the people of South Africa and that of being a beneficiary of public privileges of some of the guardians of public power and state resources, but failed to discharge his responsibilities in terms of the latter.’

Here is what is allegedly excerpts from US Court Rulings in the past, showing our relationship with the State:

a. "Inasmuch as every government is an artificial person, an abstraction,
and a creature of the mind only, a government can interface only with other
artificial persons. The imaginary, having neither actuality nor substance,
is foreclosed from creating and attaining parity with the tangible. The
legal manifestation of this is that no government, as well as any law,
agency, aspect, court, etc. can concern itself with anything other than
corporate, artificial persons and the contracts between them."* S.C.R.
1795, **Penhallow v. Doane’s Administrators 3 U.S. 54; 1 L.Ed. 57; 3 Dall.
54;* and,

b. "the contracts between them" involve U.S. citizens, which are deemed as
Corporate Entities:

c. "Therefore, the U.S. citizens residing in one of the states of the union,
are classified as property and franchises of the federal government as an
"individual entity"",* Wheeling Steel Corp. v. Fox, 298 U.S. 193, 80 L.Ed.
1143, 56 S.Ct. 773
So we as people are not really seen or recognized by the government – because fiction cannot see reality (but reality can imagine or “see” fiction). We are seen as PERSONS (read: “juristic person”) and identified as such (one definition of “Identify” is “Make the same as”. From Latin “idem” meaning “same”) with Passports and ID books or cards.

There is both good and bad with this system. The purpose of this article is more to educate about these matters than to judge the system. Whether a system is good or bad mostly depends on the intentions and actions of the people who control it. We could have an utopian society, with the same system if it was run by people that had the good of all in mind.

When it comes to the internal rules and regulations of the company REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, one could easily get the idea that the board of this company tries to get us to believe that we are always on the job and that we at all times, wherever we are, are acting as employees or agents of the company, so that the internal rules that apply in the fiction REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA now always apply in our lives and to whatever we do.

But how can that be? Were we not created by nature, by God (or, as some scientists seem to believe - by a lightning strike in a mud puddle at one time) or whatever it may have been that created the universe and life therein. Didn't people (like you and me) create our nations and societies? How can we in this case be completely devoured by our own creation, to the point that we are constantly in it and must always be subject to it?

But ask yourself this - if I am seen to hold a position within the company REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA, where's my salary? If we have to do things without compensation, are we then not slaves? Is not slavery prohibited? Has SOUTH AFRICA not signed the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, where slavery is a crime against human rights? If we are not slaves, how can anyone or anything to be our master? How can we be anything other than in utter possession of our bodies and our lives, if we are not slaves?

The only other possibility is that we out of our own free will gave up our sovereignty and agreed to do all kinds of things for free for the “juristic person” SOUTH AFRICA and allowed it to fine us when we did not follow all it's crazy rules and regulations (even if our “transgression” did not cause any harm to anyone or anything). The only problem with that is that for that to have happened lawfully we needed to be fully aware of what we did and all the consequences such a decision would have. If that was the case, one should be able to tell When, Where, How and Why such a decision was taken. Can you answer that?

So, if the REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA is man made fiction that only exists in thought and words and which is supposed to serve us in certain situations or activities, should it not be a very small part of us and our lives? If you and I sit and talk, it only involves the two of us, and no one else - right? If I help you fix your car as a favour because you helped me with the computer earlier, is it not a private deal between the two of us? But say that I have done more for you than you have done for me, and you ask if I want something for helping to fix the car, and I said, "If you want you can give me a couple of hundred Rands." Then the company called SOUTH AFRICA might be able to say "AHA !!! You use the medium of exchange in force in SOUTH AFRICA, therefore you are seen to be acting within SOUTH AFRICA - so you must comply with all laws and regulations applicable within the corporation the REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA and pay a certain percentage of the transaction to the REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA for the privilege of conducting business in SOUTH AFRICA (tax ). In addition, as the car is registered in the REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA and thus partly owned by SOUTH AFRICA (you have access rights, but not full ownership - more about this in other sections) the car falls within the jurisdiction of the SOUTH AFRICAN corporation.

Now you might say that we are all registered as SOUTH AFRICAN citizens, and therefore we are all state property. No - our person could possibly be viewed as state property, but how can we, as living thinking people of Mother Earth be so? I would say that it is our person that is registered, and not us as living breathing men and women of this Earth. We may however be seen as the surety for the Person, or the one responsible for it. Like a man or woman performing the duties of a position in the Government. But then we just have that little issue of “What are my scheduled hours?” and “Where is my payslip?”

So if we are not acting in the capacity of our person, but manage ourselves in our private lives, then the legal fiction SOUTH AFRICA cannot argue that we must follow all it's idiotic laws, rules and regulations at all times day and night.

Let me also point out that I do not do what I do to spread anarchy or the “law of the jungle”. When lots of people live close to each other, as in cities and town some agreements will be needed regarding our conduct and what is acceptable and not. There is also a thing that some call Natural Law. Under this heading would fall things that most people see as obvious. For example, "do not murder, do not harm others or their property, do not betray your neighbour, honour your agreements, we all have equal rights, until we lose them by not honouring the rights of others, treat others the way you would like them to treat you, etc." If everyone were honest and responsible, this would be all the law we needed, plus some rules how we behave in traffic and when we do business with each other.

But what we have today in the corporation of SOUTH AFRICA and most other companies that call themselves nations, are millions of rules about everything between Heaven and Earth, which are too many for any single individual to be able to memorise even a fraction of. And you can be forgiven for getting the impression that a lot of these regulations are made to create income opportunities for the SOUTH AFRICAN corporation and its subsidiaries, (municipalities, courts, police, etc.).

I think it is important that we are aware of these things. If you do not understand how something works, you can't do much about it. If you know how cars or computers work, you can fix them yourself if you want. If we know how society works then we can fix it too.

I came to the conclusion some years ago, that if no one says STOP, then within a few generations we have people being totally enslaved - with less freedom than the slaves in the Roman Empire or in the cotton fields in the Southern States before slavery was abolished. Since then I have been looking for answers and solutions. I have come a long way, but still have a long way to go. I just want this to share with you what I learned so far.

That's all for this time. See below on SOUTH AFRICA as a corporation.


I am sure many reader have said to themselves as they read the above “But South Africa is not a corporation!”

Here are two links to pages on the US Securities and Exchange Commissions website, showing REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA listed as a company. What does this mean – why not do some research yourself. Other articles in this blog touches on this and some of the links on the “Conspiracy” page.



C OF SOUTH AFRICA (Filer) CIK: 0000932419 (see all company filings)

IRS No.000000000 | Fiscal Year End: 1231
18-K/A | Act: 34 | File No.: 033-85866 | Film No.: 161573637
SIC8888 Foreign Governments

Here is a video for those who want to research the statements in it.  If the Crown of the City of London is a Corporation, chances are that the "Nations" serving under it are too...

Here is an excellent little video that says in a clear and simple way much of what I try to point out above. Well worth a few minutes of your life. Stefan Molyneux, Words:

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