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 main waves of these foreign migrants from the north began crossing the Limpopo River around 1290, dispersing slowly down the northern and eastern territories (current KwaZulu Natal), with the AmaXhosa reaching the eastern banks of the Keiskamma River in early 1700s.
  • The first written records from 1488 onwards record the KhoiSan being the only inhabitants of the Cape Colony territories prior to the importation of slaves by the Dutch from 1654 onwards, who were shipped in to provide cheap labour for the farms.
  • The KhoiSan were not willing to be slaves or indentured servants in their own land, and successively resisted the invading Dutch settlers’ grabbing of their heritage lands.
  • It was only the two smallpox epidemics in 1713 and 1755 which temporarily crushed the KhoiSan resistance to the Dutch. Nearly 30% of the KhoiSan population was destroyed by the smallpox outbreaks, with most of the survivors inhabiting the outlying areas of the Cape Colony. Without the devastation brought about by these life-destroying epidemics, the history of South Africa would be entirely different.
  • The KhoiSan continued to resist and fight back, from continuous skirmishes and even open warfare right up to 1878, when the KhoiSan allied with the Xhosa in a rebellion against the loss of their lands in Griqualand to the white settlements. The rebellion was crushed by colonial forces.
  • For “political convenience”, successive governments have labelled the KhoiSan as “Coloureds” in order to down-play the First People’s absolute rights and entitlement to the land.
  • The present-day government, despite all their rhetoric for addressing historic evils and dispossession, continues to perpetuate this “Coloured” myth in order to avoid the obvious legitimacy of the KhoiSan land claims, while driving forward their own illegitimate agenda for restoration of all South African land to the Bantu-speaking people. History clearly demonstrates this to be a false narrative.
  • “Title Deeds” are a modern trap to alienate First Peoples from their land, and arose through the imposition of illegal colonial legislation drafted for the purposes of controlling and dispossessing the indigenous people. The various authorities’ claims that the KhoiSan did not hold Title Deeds to their own land, is mischievous adulteration of history.
  • Throughout the millennia, the KhoiSan have moved about their territories with their communities and livestock in freedom and respect for other KhoiSan communities.
  • Hostility and warfare were only ever engaged in when acts of dishonesty or violence were perpetuated against them.
  • Despite extensive efforts to engage with the new Regime over restitution of historic wrongs arising from colonial and foreign invasions, the KhoiSan have remained marginalised and alienated from the new Regimes’ circles of favour, consideration and benefit.      

WHO IS GAOB KHOEBAHA CALVIN CORNELIUS III?

The hereditary tribal leader of the Khoisan Nation is known as Gaob, which equates to “King” in the English Language. Khoebaha (His Praise Name means Man Coming) Calvin Cornelius III comes from an ancient bloodline of KhoiSan tribal leaders, and he has inherited the position of King through direct bloodlines from antiquity. Gaob Cornelius III, the recognised head of the Royal House of the Khoisan Nation, has engaged in this process of secession on behalf of the Khoisan Nation, and those minorities who chose to join the Sovereign State of Good Hope.

Queen Jenny & King Cornelius

Queen Jenny & King Cornelius

Why SECESSION is the only viable option for the Khoisan people

  • The cold, hard fact is that despite nearly three decades of attempting to secure recognition from the post-94 regime, all avenues followed through “conventional” means have led to a stalemate: the Khoisan nation has successively engaged in referendums, direct negotiations, court actions, mass marches & petitions, and international appeals.
  • First the Apartheid regime, and now currently the post-1994 oligarchy, have steadfastly refused to address the issue of the First People’s legitimate claim to the Cape Colony territories.
  • With the advent of the release of Nelson Mandela, and the transition of South Africa from Apartheid to “Democracy”, the KhoiSan have made successive attempts over the past 24 years to engage with the New Regime, in the belief that “Freedom” was finally achieved by the country for ALL of its People. This has proven to be an erroneous assumption.
  • The current South African regime is conducting gross violations against all of our People, which has lead the Khoisan Nation to act through secession to restore their rights as the First People. These violations include:
    • Denial of the internal form of the right of the First People, thereby violating the KhoiSan Nation’s human rights.
    • The non-recognition of the Khoisan nation as First Nation, and the only indigenous People of South Africa
    • The non-recognition of the Eurokaner, Afrikaner, (Whites) and Coloured Nation’s human rights and the rights to live peacefully in this land.
    • The genocide of the White people who are at the 8th level of the genocide watch.
    • The marginalisation of all our minority groups, other than the Asians/Indians.
    • The plunder of State coffers to such a degree that it has seen the economic downfall and failure of State Enterprises, defence force, and other major enterprises.
    • The total capture of our country and government officials for self-enrichment at the serious expense of the viability of the country.
    • The destruction of our economy through corruption which has led to Junk Status.
    • The lack of employment for all our people, and a rigged BEE status that only benefits the foreign invaders from the Great Lakes regions of Africa, the Indians, the Chinese, but not the First People.
    • The violent lawless land-grabs being driven by the EFF, the BLF and condoned by the ANC, and the current calls for more violent invasions to the extent that the EFF is publicly calling for the mass murder of Whites, with no censure by the ruling regime (implying tactic acceptance of the inflammatory inciting of the masses to commit murder and violence against Whites and farmers).
    • The regime has intentionally paid international corporations to formulate propaganda promoting the demise of our specific groups.
    • Constitutional failure, passing destructive legislation in clear breach of democratic and parliamentary processes, checks and balances, lawlessness without justice, hate speech, threats, rapes and xenophobia all targeted towards our own people.
    • Unchecked corruption at high levels in government draining the fiscus without value being delivered to the country, leading to mass unemployment and the degradation of our people further down into extreme poverty and hopelessness.
    • Massive increases in taxation on the most heavily taxed nation in Africa, in order to balance the budgets after the corruption and theft has crippled the State Enterprises.
    • Open porous borders. A neglected defence force without funds to stem the flood of migrants across our northern and eastern borders, which threatens our people’s safety, employment and way of life.
    • Repeated atrocities by the oppressive Regime acting in cohort with the undisciplined and inflammatory EFF and BLF movements, who appear not to understand or respect the real history of the country.
  • All attempts to achieve any kind of recognition by the Regime and attain fair apportionment of resources, have failed and fallen on deaf ears.
  • The Regime has deliberately refused to fulfil their constitutional obligations to the good of the People, and the Country.
  • An increasing hostility, disdain and disregard on the part of government and parties with similar agendas, towards the Minorities, and towards the Constitution, has led to a disregard of their sworn Public Servant obligations, and the laws of the government have ceased to effect the objects of the Constitution.
  • The Sovereign State of Good Hope affirms that the ends for which this South African government was instituted, have been defeated, and the government itself has been made destructive of them by their own actions.

Thus, the Constituted Compact has been deliberately broken and disregarded by the regime, and the consequence follows that the Cape Colony territory (Western Cape, Northern Cape, and Eastern Cape up to the Fish River), is released from their obligations, and from the 1910 Union. 

International Laws support the KhoiSan secession

  • The First People now declare themselves to be liberated from the Union of South Africa, which was promulgated in 1910 in the United Kingdom to ensure the continuation of White privilege and dominium.
  • The First People also now exercise their rights in terms of Article 20 of the African Union, which states that “Colonized or oppressed peoples shall have the right to free themselves from the bonds of domination by resorting to any means recognized by the international community”.
  • The First People have also exercised their rights in terms of Resolution 1514 (XV) of the United Nations General Assembly Article 5 in which “Immediate steps shall be taken, in Trust and Non-Self-Governing Territories or all other territories which have not yet attained independence, to transfer all powers to the peoples of those territories, without any conditions or reservations, in accordance with their freely expressed will and desire, without any distinction as to race, creed or colour, in order to enable them to enjoy complete independence and freedom”.
  • In terms of the South African Constitution, Chapter 14 Section 235, the Cape Colony under the leadership of the KhoiSan, fulfils all the necessary criteria to achieve self-determination.

International legal expert assisting the KhoiSan

With respectful recognition to the advice and guidance of Law Professor Winston P. Nagan, of Gainsville, Florida, the opportunity was realised for the Khoisan King to step up and help His people in South Africa by rightfully claiming back from South Africa what rightfully belongs to the KhoiSan Nation. Professor Nagan was born in South Africa and is also a descendent of the Khoisan Nation. His international experience, expertise and credentials is vastly impressive, and it cannot be disputed that the King, through Professor Nagan, has been advised by the finest legal professionals from across the world, and that Gaob’s act of secession on behalf of the Cape Colony and the KhoiSan Nation, is in line with a recognised lawful process in accordance with International Law, United Nations Law, and African Union Law.

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