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South Africa carries an Illegal Constitution


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CONTENT Introduction. The Constitution of South Africa is not suitable to South Africans References Section A: The Constitution of South Africa is built on deceit, lies and war crimes.

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The Crown was aware of international developments on the rules of warfare at the time she planned her war on southern Africans Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 The Crown annexed land in southern Africa illegally 1. a. ai) aii) b. bi) The Warring Parties subscribed to the Laws of War Excerpts: Article 1 Article 2 Comments: War by the Crown against the Boer Republics. The Crown led the Boer soldiers into war against the British Military The Term Republic is associated with Free Masonry War by the Crown against Zululand. The Crown led the Zulu nation into war against the British Military The Qualifications of belligerents Excerpts: Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 Comments On Prisoners of War, treatment and responsibilities Excerpts: Article 4 Article 7 Article 8 Comments: Conditions of the Anglo-Boer war concentration camps Conditions of living prisoners from the war in Zululand experienced

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2 4. a. ai) b. 5. a. ai) b. 6. a. ai) b. bi) bii) biii) 7. a. ai) b. bi) bii) biii) biv) bv) On Prisoners of War, rights of religion Excerpts: Article 18 Comments: On Prisoners of War, rights of wills and burials Excerpts: Article 19 Comments: On Prisoners of War, repatriation of prisoners of war Excerpts: Article 20 Comments: Reparations to non-Boer prisoners after the Second Anglo-Boer War Reparations to Boer prisoners Reparations to Zulu prisoners On means of injuring the Enemy, Sieges, and Bombardments part 1 Excerpts: Article 23 Comments: To employ poison or poisoned arms To kill or wound treacherously individuals belonging to the hostile nation or army To kill or wound an enemy who, having laid down arms, or having no longer means of defense, has surrendered at discretion To employ arms, projectiles, or material of a nature to cause superfluous injury To destroy or seize the enemy's property, unless such destruction or seizure is imperatively demanded by the necessities of war. On means of injuring the Enemy, Sieges, and Bombardments part 2 Excerpt: Article 25 Comment: Undefended property was attacked by the British Military On means of injuring the Enemy, Sieges, and Bombardments part 3 Excerpt: Article 27 Comment: Edifices within the Boer Republics and Zululand were not protected On means of injuring the Enemy, Sieges, and Bombardments part 4 Excerpt: Article 28 Comment: Page 235 Page 235 Page 235 Page 235 Page 236 Page 236 Page 236 Page 236 Page 236 Page 236 Page 236 Page 237 Page 237 Page 237 Page 237 Page 237 Page 237 Page 238 Page 238 Page 238 Page 238 Page 238 Page 239 Page 239 Page 239 Page 239 Page 239 Page 239 Page 239 Page 240 Page 240 Page 240 Page 240 Page 240 Page 240 Page 240 Page 240 Page 241

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3 bi) bii) 11. a. ai) b. bi) bii) 11. a. ai) b. bi) 11. a. ai) b. bi) bii) The British military pillaged the Zuid Afrikaanse Republiek The pillage of Zululand under siege On Spies part 1 Excerpts Article 29 Comment: Women did not enter the concentration camps to spy for the Boers Boer supporting women did not wear military uniform On Spies part 2 Excerpt: Article 30 Comment: Women punished as spies had not been on trial previously On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 1 Excerpt: Article 42 Comment: The Crown included unoccupied territory under its authority Britain took authority over land which belonged to Zulu chiefs which Britain had not occupied, and re-allocated it to British loyal subjects to manage on behalf of the Crown. On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 2 Excerpt: Article 43 Comment: British authorities did not respect the laws in force in Zululand after they besieged territories within Zululand The Crown did not respect the laws in force inside the Boer Republics after they besieged the territories of the Boer Republics The Crown did not respect the laws of the local population which were in force before the Crown annexed they whole of South Africa On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 2 Excerpt: Article 45 Comment: The Boers were pressurized to take an oath of allegiance to the Queen of England On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 3 Excerpts: Article 46 Comment: The Crown has not respected the rights of individual lives, their liberties Page 241 Page 241 Page 242 Page 242 Page 242 Page 243 Page 243 Page 243 Page 243 Page 243 Page 243 Page 243 Page 243 Page 244 Page 244 Page 244 Page 244 Page 244

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4 and their private properties since it besieged the land of southern Africans after signing the peace treaty on the 29th of July 1899 at the Hague Convention, which entered into force on September 4, 1900. Page 249 14. a. ai) Aii) b. bi) 15. a. ai) b. bi) On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 4 Excerpts: Article 47 Article 52 Comment: the Crown has pillaged southern Africa On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 15 Excerpts: Article 53 Comment: The Crown has never restored possessions to southern Africans after taking siege of their land On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 16 Excerpts: Article 55 Comment: The Crown has refused to give back use of southern Africa to the rightful owners of the land, and has installed its own rules of use thereof. On Military Authority over Hostile Territory part 17 Excerpts: Article 56 Comment: The Crown did not treat property of communes as private property. Page 250 Page 250 Page 250 Page 250 Page 251 Page 251 Page 252 Page 252 Page 252 Page 252 Page 252 Page 252 Page 252 Page 252 Page 253

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Laws of War: Laws and Customs of War on Land (Hague II): July 29, 1899. Footnote 2: The influence of Free Masonry in South African history. History Members Martinus Steyn, Jan Smuts, Piet Joubert and Louis Botha Christoffel Brand and Jan Hofmeyr Footnote 3 The Crown installed her own leadership in Zululand. Footnote 4: Britain besieged occupied and unoccupied land in Southern Africa by using her military forces.

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Section B. The Constitution is technically illegal (i) The Constitution of South Africa was never a Constitution. Attachment 28

5 The Union of South Africa The Republic of South Africa Constitution Charter Contract Compact The Constitution of South Africa was never accepted by the nation of South Africa The Constitution of South Africa is vague The difference between WE the people and WE, the People. The men who witnessed The Constitution of South Africa were participating in the beginning of a con job for the colonists which continues today. Page 276 Page 276 Page 277 Page 277 Page 277 Page 277 Page 277 Page 278 Page 279

(ii) (iii) (iv)

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Footnote 1: The Three main Parts of a Binding Contractual Agreement Footnote 2: The difference between the signatories and the witnesses Section C: The inhumane regulations installed in South Africa through the illegal Constitution of South Africa has led to bloodshed and poverty of the nation.

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