The common law community has an important international court case taking place in Soweto on the 29th January 2016:
“We, the People” v. RSA INC.
This court case will affect the very foundation of who we are as a people, what our responsibilities are, and who we are beholden to.
As it stands, it would appear that the people are powerless to cure the rot that has become part and parcel of everyday life but this could not be further from the truth, we have the power and the tools available to us to make a profound change, and this is what this court case is all about and why we need your help.
About the court case:
We are calling for the return of people’s courts, people’s banks and a moratorium on foreclosures, evictions and debt claims against the people; land claims by the people to be addressed with full participation of the people, for the people, by the people.
This is the first court case of its kind in Africa and has been filed by the Unified Common-law Grand Jury of Southern Africa (UZA) in association with the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ).
The respondents are the government and the Constitutional Court of South Africa for breach of fiduciary trust with fraudulent intent.
So why do we have jurisdiction in this matter?
The land, its resources, your and my labour, belong to the people, it does not belong to RSA INC or its associated officials to encumber for self-serving ends. When a people find they have allowed a corrupt system and a corrupt government to infiltrate their lives with the power to legislate policies that directly go against the will of the people, then the time has come to simply remove the assumption of consent and to re-affirm the power of the people.
E-Toll resistance, Tax-Boycotts, #FeesMustFall, The Soverign Movement, NewEra are symptoms of a system in crisis and we as a people have an obligation to take a stand. Our goal is to take back our power by taking control of the court system in South Africa.
Credibility of the ITNJ / UZA
The UZA is a people’s court and common law society and over the past five years has been investigating fraud and corruption by the government, municipalities and associated corporations who appear to operate with impunity on our land.
Through their lawful court actions the UZA has been recognised by the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ). Chief Justice for the ITNJ is Dr. John Walsh of Brannagh from the Norfolk Island Bar Association who will be presiding over the matter in Soweto.
The UZA has filed 4 cases against the Justices of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, who requested that we get representation by a Chief Justice. We invited Dr. John Walsh who has the credentials and the willingness to assist in the matter.
Where is the court case taking place?
This land mark tribunal will be taking place from the 29th January 2016 in Soweto and over 5 days.
We will advise you of the venue a few days before by posting a notice to: http://giftoftruth.wordpress.com/annexures.
Participants shall be:
The UZA team, Members of the public as witnesses in the trial, Invited City Councilors, Representatives from The South African Communist Party and the United Democratic Front.
Caleb Skinner from OPPT will testify as to the OPPT filings; in addition we should have no less than 2 people who worked for the SARB testifying;
The venue will seat at least 1 000 people inside and many more spectators outside;
This is a big case and will be attended by people from around the world. We would encourage you to take part in it.
How can you help?
This tribunal is the most important case we have taken on thus far.
Due to the requirement of a Chief Justice, our costs are in GBP and at current exchange rates, this is costly; directions hearings held in December cost us R105 000 which was sponsored by Chris Walker (to whom we are eternally grateful) and the tribunal from the 29th – 2nd will cost a further R250,000.
Our goal is to raise the required R250,000 through our community.
How does this case make a difference to you?
By returning the justice system to the people, the people will be able to hold to account all organisations who have been a party to financial slavery through the control of debt systems. Have you lost a home? Had debt collectors knocking at your door? Found yourself jobless and on the wrong end of a recession?
So if you are able to donate: R5 or R5000 Rand, every penny will help and will go towards this case.
In addition to a monetary donation, please share this with your family and friends.
– Ambassador to the Republic of Good Hope