Archive for May, 2012
Michael Tellinger’s Application was dismissed by the Constitutional Court today due to the fact that all the application requirements were not met.
This was anticipated, and the NewERA is pleased to announce that we are in the process of filing a class action lawsuit against all major South African banks. We call upon all South Africans to unite with us in this case. If you wish to follow, support or even join us, please click here.
The key focus of this lawsuit will be:
- Unconstitutional stripping of homes, vehicles, cash and other assets from South Africans
- Lack of any workable structure that has succeeded in assisting those in need
- Non-disclosure / secrecy of the money creation and securitisation practices
On a separate note, a reminder that a march organised by our organisation will occur in Pietermaritzburg on Monday at 12pm. Please see attached for details.
THE NEW ECONOMIC RIGHTS ALLIANCE
Ladies of the world, wherever you are, whatever you are doing on Thursday, the 31st of May at 4pm Eastern time, drop it. Grab up a pot or pan and a large metal spoon and step out on your porch, outside your job on the sidewalk, in front of a government building and make a BIG BIG NOISE! If you are at home hand the lids to those pots and pans to your children and show them how cymbals work! Let the self appointed elite know the women of the world are not alright with what they have in mind for our children, that we are not alright with what they have in mind for us, that we are not alright with waging endless wars for profit at the expense of the lives of our sons and daughters, death and destruction for the purpose of lining their pockets, that we are fed up and have had enough.
That we are willing to fight for what is ours and we will NEVER BEND TO THE WILL of men with no honor, no integrity, no decency and not enough intelligence to know when they have gone too far!
Let the men who have enough intestinal fortitude to stand with their ladies join you! Make such a noise that it can be heard around the world, such a noise that even the dishonest media cannot ignore! We are wives, we are mothers, we are the keepers of family and decency, we are the world, the world of peace, equality, love and all that is gentle but we are fierce and capable when threatened!
Just like William Wallace American Women say this to those who presume to know what is best for us in Washington D.C. ! You think the people exist to provide you with position WE SAY YOUR POSITION EXISTS SOLELY TO PROTECT OUR FREEDOM, DO YOUR JOB OR GET THE HELL OUT OF THE WAY!
OFFICIAL INTERNATIONAL POTS AND PANS BRIGADE BEGINS THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 AT 4:00 PM EASTERN TIME AND WILL REPEAT AT THE SAME TIME EVERY LAST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH HEREAFTER!
Any of you out there who can video your pots n pans brigade contact Freedom Reigns at http://www.freedomreigns.us/ We will edit video footage from all over the world and upload it for all to see.
BE HEARD LADIES! FOR THE CHILDREN, FOR YOURSELVES AND FOR HUMANITY!
SEND THIS INFORMATION VIRALLY! COPY AND PASTE IT INTO FLYERS, POST ON PUBLIC FORUMS, IN CHAT CITES AND SKYPE, SHARE WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS, SPREAD IT FAR AND WIDE!
Attached to this email is an article which explains what happened in Iceland when the ladies used their pots and pans! And by the way the ladies of Argentina, Spain, Nicaragua just to name a few did the same thing and brought great change when the message got across that we are done putting up with evil, selfish, immature behavior from our leaders.
1892 – Bankers adopted their Bankers’ Manifesto of 1892 in which it was declared: “We [the bankers] must proceed with caution and guard every move made, for the lower order of people are already showing signs of restless commotion. Prudence will therefore show a policy of apparently yielding to the popular will until our plans are so far consummated that we can declare our designs without fear of any organized resistance. The Farmers Alliance and Knights of Labor organizations in the United States should be carefully watched by our trusted men, and we must take immediate steps to control these organizations in our interest or disrupt them….
The courts must be called to our aid, debts must be collected, bonds and mortgages foreclosed as rapidly as possible.
When through the process of the law, the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and easily governed through the influence of the strong arm of the government applied to a central power of imperial wealth under the control of the leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders.”
Rags make paper,
Paper makes money,
Money makes banks,
Banks make loans,
Loans make poverty,
Poverty makes rags.
June 4th 2012 will see a protest march near the High Court in Pietermaritzburg. A non-profit organisation called The New Economic Rights Alliance (www.newera.org.za) will present a petition to the Judiciary calling for an enquiry into the handling of insolvency claims against local farmers and other property owners.
The NewERA believes that properties are being taken away unfairly. They believe that lawyers are seeking to satisfy their own pockets at the expense of the nation’s food security. And, by rigorously enforcing strict and complicated administration procedures at the expense the Common Law, the Courts are making the situation worse.
“We have received many complaints from our Members who are very angry.” says NewERA Chairman Scott Cundill.
“They say that legal action provides no benefit to anyone except lawyers.”
Although not just about farmers, they are an important reason for the march.
“Farmers are the bread and butter of this nation. Of all the courts in the country, the Pietermaritzburg High Court should be the most sensitive to their needs. And so should the banks.”
With the ANC set to push through legislation to regulate lawyers’ fees, it seems that change is afoot within the judicial system.
The march will begin at 12pm on Monday, June 4th in Freedom Square opposite the Pietermaritzburg High Court. They will walk along Church Street and address the crowd outside the offices of a local law firm who is attempting to sequestrate and remove a sustainable community from their land. They will then present that law firm with a petition. From there they will turn into Timber Street and return along Langalibalele Street after presenting the petition to the Kwazulu-Natal Legislature on that same road. The march will only last about an hour and a half and 50-100 are expected to attend.
“This is a low key event. It is just a first step to let farmers and property owners know that they are not alone” says Shirree Leone of the NewERA.
“We also wish to generate awareness for a Constitutional Court case that could help free millions of South Africans from debt slavery.”
The action she is referring to is Tellinger vs. Standard Bank (CCT 28/12) in which Standard Bank, the South African Reserve Bank and the Minister of Finance are being brought before the Constitutional Court by Michael Tellinger. The argument is lengthy (you can read a summary at www.thebigcase.co.za), but it would seem that, like the judicial system, the banks are well and truly under fire. The sentiment echoes the voice of the international Occupy Wall Street movement which continues to call for transparency and the weeding out of corruption in the banking and legal system.
June 4th also happens to be the anniversary of the famous Tiananmen Square protest in China in 1989. Who could forget that famous photo of a young man standing up to a tank, refusing to move. Perhaps it is time a few unrelenting farmers and citizens stood together to ensure that fairness returns to our legal and banking system.