Secession? Why secession?

There is nothing new in human history about secession.

Secession is the very real human reaction to sustained oppression and alienation experienced by historical inhabitants to invasive cultures.

Secession embodies the enduring human tendency towards rectification of imbalances, illegitimacies and injustices, and to regaining social and cultural cohesion of the original peoples.

Historically, civil hostilities have erupted when the voices of the oppressed, alienated or marginalised peoples were not heard or given credence, and those people so oppressed reached breaking point.

All great Empires, invasions and colonial land-grabs over thousands of years have ultimately gone the same bumpy route, ending in flotillas of secessions by conquered, annexed or assimilated territories and peoples, who strive to emancipate themselves from untenable, enforced, violent or alienating circumstances.

Only the KhoiSan People, under the King of the KhoiSan Nation, hold locus standii to bring about secession in South Africa.

Who are the KhoiSan people?

  • The KhoiSan people are the First People of Southern Africa. This fact is undisputed.
  • There is empirical evidence that the Khoi-San are de facto the First People.
  • The KhoiSan are the only nation that can legitimately claim ownership of the land and its resources.
  • Their habitation of the territories across all of South Africa can be dated back over 100,000 years, with some researchers declaring the figure to be over 750,000 years.
  • The KhoiSan genetic profile is so ancient and distinct, that no other human groups bear the same DNA profiles. The DNA evidence shows that the KhoiSan existed in total isolation from other tribes or people of Africa for well over 140,000 years.
  • The archaeological records are clear on the KhoiSan habitation of the South African territories. The first traces of archaeological evidence of Bantu-speaking people is 1100 AD and only in the far north-eastern corner of South Africa, in northern KwaZulu Natal. These were migrant groups of Nguni moving down eastern Africa from the Great Lakes region of Central Africa.

The Intention of the Sovereign State of Good Hope

Having Succeeded from South Africa on the 24th of September 2017, The Sovereign State of Good hope aims to implement a policy of Self Determination, rather than being a politically dominating force of corruption. In various interviews, King Cornelius has clearly stated that he has no intention of controlling the resources, rather he wants abundance for all people within the Sovereign State of Good Hope. He deems the Royal House of the KhoiSan Nation to be one primarily of custodianship and protection of the greater environment in which the Nation can achieve their great potential.

A wise and compassionate soul, the King has clearly and humbly expressed his knowledge regarding the abundance of human and natural resources within the Sovereign State of Good Hope, and he is well aware that these resources are currently and historically mismanaged, resulting in as much as half of South Africa’s population living in abject and hopeless poverty, in daily fear for their lives and survival under the current political regime. The intention of the Sovereign State of Good Hope, is to restore a state of dignity to those who are impoverished and suffering; to overhaul the education system in a way that teaches compassion and practical skills, whilst eradicating the lies, fabrications and misrepresentations from history.

The Sovereign State of Good Hope intends to assist all people realise their fullest potential, and to live in a fair, just, peaceful, sustainable nation.