Wednesday, 28 January 2015

UK ELECTIONS - Electoral Commission Form for Candidates

This is for all UBUNTU Party UK candidates.
Firstly ensure that you have filled in the Candidate form - so that we have you on the database. Click this link to do that:

The guidance listing the relevant pdfs for candidates at the UK Parliamentary general election can be found here.

Information regarding completing and submitting nomination papers and appointing election agents, can be found at part 2b. Information in relation to candidate spending and donations can be found at part 3.

If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the party and election finance advice line on 020 7271 0616 or e-mail the party and election finance inbox at .

Saturday, 24 January 2015

A Short Explanation of UBUNTU & Contributionism by Michael Tellinger

A short and focused definition of UBUNTU and Contributionism by Michael Tellinger.

If you want to become a volunteer at the UBUNTU village and spend 1-2 months in helping us to lay the foundations for this great new global experiment, please read the information on the UBUNTU website here:

Right now we have a need for volunteers with the following special skills and knowledge:
Food growing;
Seedling cultivation;
Mushroom growing/farming;
Fish farming - telapia;
Sports coaches and coordinators - little league soccer and cricket;
General repairs and maintenance;

If you are confident you can help us, please contact Louise Clarke and send her a short outline of your knowledge and experience. She will get back to you as soon as she can.

All of this activity and administration takes time, people and money - as much as we are moving away from money we still have to pay our bills and those that we hire to perform services that we cannot do ourselves. Our administrative costs are on the increase with the growth of the UBUNTU movement worldwide. So please make a donation if you can or become a regular contributor to keep us going and growing. Please click here to make a donation:
We are looking forward to the time and moment that we will no longer require money and funding and start to experience the true benefits of Contributionism.

In unity - Michael Tellinger

Friday, 23 January 2015

Support UBUNTU Party UK With a Donation Towards Election Costs

UK Elections 2015  -  UBUNTU Party UK
Please help support Paul Toussaint in the UK Elections - Make a donation towards the election costs and expenses. These donation go directly to UBUNTU Party UK - not to me or the UBUNTU village in any way.

Sunday, 18 January 2015

Images From the Gala Opening Of the UBUNTU Community Hall in Waterval Boven

Finally the big day has come and we had our gala opening event last night at the new fixed up UBUNTU Community Hall in Waterval Boven, South Africa. We now firmly planted the idea of unity much deeper into the hearts of many more people. We had appearances by four local performers and groups and our special guest star Ntsiki Mazway who blessed us with her cutting edge and emotive musical peotry.

As always in these situations, we learn valuable lessons in hosting such events and many mistakes were made for us to learn from as we continue to build the foundations of the community projects that will be managed from this venue.

I am so proud and impressed by our volunteers in the hall, the garden and in the kitchen and especially Arnaud Dekker - our Dutch volunteer who project managed the past 2 weeks to make this all happen smoothly and without incident.

Ntsiki Mazwai enchanting the audience with her captivating musical poetry


More of Ntsiki

Ntsiki getting down with her dancers

The Stone Circle Stars getting ready to perform nd show off what they learnt from teacher Henlie Thomas - one of the permanent volunteers at the UBUNTU Village.

Henlie Thomas - UBUNTU music teacher and theatrical coach with two of the guests

Vincent and his Kwaito dancers

Our chefs for the night - Benjamin, Altar and Doctor

Michael Tellinger, Ntsiki Mazwai and her drummer Smash
Some of the guest and artist enjoying the delicious food from our community kitchen. Thanks to all those who made contributions to the kitchen - this is what you donations are doing. Love and gratitude to you all.

Friday, 16 January 2015

Mainstream Media Reports on UBUNTU Community Projects

Mainstream Media in South Africa Praises the UBUNTU Movement and Ubuntu Party for its contribution and uniting the people in our Community Projects - Compares our activity to a fairytale story. Well done to the Lowvelder Newspaper for sharing our exciting story with the people of our province. Unfortunately for our international members this article is in Afrikaans. So share it in Holland and Belgium. Below is a translation from one of our UBUNTU members - Ingrid Raath - Thanks you so much Ingrid.

Love and unity - Michael Tellinger

UBUNTU Article in ENGLISH - Lowvelder News - Nelspruit South Africa

Hope for a picturesque little town
Johanri Coetzee | 16 January 2015 08:15
 Very little remains where once steam locomotives  ran and the hearts of many happy families beated in railway houses.  The picturesque small town Waterval Boven sadly came to an end. Strawberry farms have been demolished and the town hall became a home for vandalists; a R20million (US1.7million) fish farm which came to a stand still and probably will soon be demolished to make way for a shopping centre, is evidence of this.  This is the picture that Michael Tellinger, scientist, researcher and founder of the Ubuntu Party, gives of this small town of the past seven years.
You can’t help thinking of the mini-series, Hopeville, that was made in this small town four years ago and which recently was screened again on TV, it’s ironic you would think.
In the TV-series, Hopeville is ruled by corruption, and the decline of morality is at the order of the day. Themba Ndaba who is acting the roll of Amos Manyoni, finds himself in Hopeville, and hopes to carve out a new life for himself and his estranged son by fixing up the town’s swimming pool, and through that also offer something the community can enjoy. Time and again Amos is confronted by opposing municipal officials and residents, but in the end his patience and determination rewards him more than money could buy.
Today, four years later, it appears as if it wasn’t coincidental that Hopeville was filmed in this small town, and it’s almost as if this Ubuntu movement operated by Tellinger, turned the story of Amos into reality. In stead of the swimming pool it was the Ubuntu Community Hall, and just like in the TV series, Tellinger can testify of a municipality which do not heed to the requests of the residents.
“On 2 October I sent a letter to the Mayor in which we begged for support, but untill today we have not had a reply”
But this did not demotivate Tellinger and the youth of Waterval Boven. “We recently submitted 23 community projects and we should officially inauguarate the Community Hall, where all our projects would be operated from.” These are the Ubuntu principles that will be operated from within Waterval Boven”, explained Tellinger. “Ubuntu is based on contributionism – the opposite of capitalism. It is the social structure in which communities live together in unity to provide for each other by using their God-given talents to contribute, to ensure that everybody will benefit.”
According to Tellinger, the 23 projects which include amongst other things a community kitchen, bakery, music school and the upgrading of the hospital, identified the basic needs that the community needs to generate abundance.  “The philosophy is that each person will contribute three hours per week of their time to get involved in any of the projects and share in the ‘abundance’ that was generated through it.
Tellinger was in 2014 already in 10 countries to present this concept to the world, and he says he was astonished by the overwhelming reaction he received. “Waterval Boven is the first town in the world where the Ubuntu principles are implemented and we already have members all over the world”
After months of implementing the UBUNTU-concept in this small town, it seems as if Waterval Boven’s heart slowly but surely starts to beat again, and you wonder about the Hopevill finalĂ©.
Photo left : Waterval Boven slowly died in silence Photo top right’ There is a possibility that the fish farm may be demolished to make space for a shopping centre. Bottom right: Trashed strawberry farm

UBUNTU Boxing Academy Starts to Take Shape

Boxing, martial arts and other contact sports have always played a major role in our community. But sadly, just like all other public facilities these have been neglected and funding has been misappropriated or simply vanishes. 

The Waterval Boven boxing community was once a very strong pool of talent, that has been completely forgotten. Several of our boxers travelled the world, from Russia to Australia and the USA. All of them were simply abandoned and many have become homeless. This is what we are redressing as a matter of urgency with the UBUNTU Community Projects.

Such sporting activities play a critical part in helping underprivileged communities to keep teens off the streets and teache them many things while creating a spiritual connection to their physical abilities. It is very successfully used to eliminate conflict, anger, frustration and other social problems and allows the youth to focus their frustration into something constructive. 

We have begun to rehabilitate one of the vandalised halls that once belonged to the fish farm, which will become the UBUNTU Boxing and Martial Arts Academy. It is huge hall that can accommodate several activities at one time and also several hundred spectators once a month to enjoy the activity and competitions. The excitement is almost audible and many young aspiring athletes are joining us in cleaning and fixing the hall so that we can erect the permanent boxing ring and start using it as a permanent gymnasium. More updates will follow.

The left-over plumbing shows how that there was once water in the hall - we need to trace the pipes and find a new source of water for the hall - showers and toilets will have to be built.

Once again we will require help in funding this - so if you can make a contribution - please do so. Make a small donation or become a regular monthly donor - just click this link and choose what you can afford.

In unity - Michael Tellinger

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

UBUNTU Party CANADA Needs Your Signature For Registration

For all the supporters of UBUNTU in Canada - please help the core team to get the necessary 200 signatures to be able to register the Party. Please go to the UBUNTU Canada website and download the form on the home page - fill it in and send it to the address on the home page. Let's get CANADA loaded onto the ballot and inject that seed of consciousness into the political beast in 2015.

Love & unity
Michael Tellinger

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Calling For UBUNTU Party UK Candidates - Elections 7 May 2015

If you are ready and able to stand as a Candidate for the UBUNTU Party UK in your constituency please click on this link and fill in the form.
Even if you have filled in other forms before - this is purely for CANDIDATES only.

We aim at getting more that 100 candidates in the UK and presenting a strong united front with real solutions, by addressing the root of our problems and socio-economic woes.
You will be required to familiarise yourself with the simple UBUNTU philosophy and the 7-step plan of action as part of our elections manifesto.

The rest is simple - we speak from the heart; we tell the truth; we honour and respect everyone; we share information and educate people about the causes of our misery; and we understand that we do not have all the answers, but that all the answers will come from the communities themselves and the people of the UK as we re-write our laws and our economic policies for the people, by the people - to serve the people and not serve the corporations.

  1. Restructure the entire banking system to serve the people, and not enslave the people.
  2. Establish a PEOPLE’S BANK that creates money for the people by the people, tax-free and interest-free, with the potential to provide 100% employment and stop the financial enslavement.The PEOPLE'S BANK
  3. Let our scientists and inventors deliver a renewable source of Free Energy for everyone in the UK.
  4. Support our traditional healers and research scientists in finding alternative cures for all diseases and prevent the drug cartels from hiding such cures from the people.
  5. Support our farmers at every level to grow organic food; ban all GMO seeds and giants like Monsanto; plant food gardens across the nation so that no person in the UK ever goes hungry again.
  6. Decentralise the government so that people can govern themselves in their own communities – taking care of their own needs immediately, supported by the new People’s Bank.
  7. Restructure the judiciary and the legal system, to be written by the people for the people, unlike the unjust legal system we face in our courts today, which holds the rights of corporations above the rights of living breathing human beings. 

Monday, 12 January 2015

Fraudulent Websites Using UBUNTU Logo

There is an increasing number of FRAUDULENT website claiming to be part of UBUNTU, using our logo and mostly extorting money from people. The latest fraudulent site doing this is 
Please be aware of it and do not get sucked into any dealings with them. This UBUNTU Connectors Club has stolen our logo and identity and is posing as part of the UBUNTU movement. They are not!!!

Please go to our new official global website -  and verify who is an Approved Affiliate of the UBUNTU Movement. We are loading new names there daily and this new site will become the main global portal for all UBUNTU activity - including the various political parties.
Please create an account on and start interacting with other UBUNTU members around the world and in your country.

In love & unity - Michael Tellinger

Sunday, 11 January 2015

Final Work On The Community Hall Before We Open For Musical Action

We have been working frantically for the past 4 weeks to get the hall ready for musical performances. We still have to install stage lights; toilet, basin and lights the dressing rooms - install the small PA system - organise the team of people who will be helping out at the door, security, kitchen, exits, ushers, stage hands, sound, lights, and more.
But the excitement is evident amongst the people on the street and the volunteers working on the community projects. 6 months of work is finally going to deliver some really visible results.

The new sign in front of the hall displays the activity for the week

Some final wood work to strengthen the doors

Out medieval door locking mechanism - since we have no money to fix or replace the doors

Everyone that comes through the doors to see what we are doing, signs the UBUNTU community projects petition - we aim at getting 2000 in total. That will be at least 50% of the local voting population

Finally we gain some feminine power in Altar - who helped us clean the hall, make polish for the wooden floors, and now takes on part of the community kitchen responsibilities

I was lucky again yesterday to sample the delicious food at the community kitchen at the hall - between juggling many balls regarding the launch of the hall and other community projects - including support for UBUNTU in the UK elections.

Michael Zwane prepares the new PA and speaker system to be installed

Our surround sound system is installed and we finally have sound in the hall for movies and more.

Excited residents scan the poster for the opening weekend with great enthusiasm

Posters have been distributed all over our town

Now it is up to us and the team to make the opening event a great success as an example of more events to come every week and every month.
In unity  -  Michael Tellinger