Wednesday, 29 July 2015


 The New UBUNTU Flags have arrived and are flying high in Waterval Boven and will be flying high all over South Africa for the 2016 Local Elections. FREE ELECTRICITY FOR ALL - this is the foundation of our community activation with a host of community projects, to create abundance for all our people in every town or village and eventually in all cities. 

We will be focusing on the 12 smallest municipalities with rivers, so that we can deliver on the free electricity with our access to advanced hydro-turbine technology is over 40 time as efficient as existing turbine tech. Every day more people all over South Africa are calling our office to join us and represent UBUNTU in their area. 

While we are struggling with admin and emails we expect this to ease as our new office manager and coordinator joins us at the beginning of August. We hope to inspire the smaller towns with a strong representation in the big cities like Soweto, Tembisa, Kagiso, Mamelodi and others. Since the UBUNTU Workshop in Soweto on Sunday 26th July, the the word has spread rapidly and seeds have been planted deeply in the hearts of South Africans.

The rest is up to us all, to stand up against the abuse and exploitation of the corrupt government and the criminal activity of the SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK. We will take our country back, one town at a time and create a landslide of towns that move to the UBUNTU way of life - UTOPIA for all - the way we should live our lives - expressing our natural talents and gifts from the divine for the benefit of all those in our communities. 
Please make donation towards our election costs if you can:

In love & unity
Michael Tellinger

Friday, 24 July 2015

Momentum Builds For UBUNTU 2016 Local Municipal Elections

On July 23, 2015 - We had our first group meeting with most of the new candidates for Ubuntu Party South Africa - for the 4 towns of EMAKHAZENI municipality for the municipal elections 2016. It also included the town of Mashishing - previously Lydenburg.
There is a great collective level of passion and understanding for our mission and the urgency to achieve our goals. We have to win at least one small municipality to make the first impact on the SA political scene, so that we can inject that seed of consciousness into the political beast and start delivering to the people what they need and want for their communities. This is all going to take a lot of funding from now till June 2016 - so PLEASE support us where you can. Political campaigning is not easy and it requires ongoing funds for printing, transport, petrol, travel, office, phones, admin and so on. We can only make this work with the support of our members around SA and the rest of the world. 
If you can afford it please make a donation here.

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

UBUNTU Launches New Banner Designs For 2016 Elections

There was great excitement at the UBUNTU office in Waterval Boven today, when the first set of banners and visual displays for the 2016 elections were delivered. Our objective is to win at least one municipality in the South African Municipal Elections in 2016.

We will identify the 22 smallest municipalities and go to work there to spread our message of hope to the people and our simple plan of action to turn our small towns into places of unity and abundance for its people. FREE ELECTRICITY and a wide variety of Community Projects.
Joseph Zulu and Michael Tellinger

One town is all we need. A victory in one small town will create the domino effect that will cause all others to follow once they see the rapid transformation of our community. Our main drive is in the four towns that make up the EMAKHAZENI municipality, which consists of Waterval Boven, Machadodorp, Belfast and Dullstroom, which just happens to be one of the most corrupt municipalities in South Africa. OUR TOWNS BELONG TO THE PEOPLE - NOT TO THE MAYOR OR THE MUNICIPALITY - WHO ARE THE SERVANTS OF THE PEOPLE.

We will be posting a fully detailed budget for these elections as we start our fund raising campaign. We cannot do this without your support. So please make a donation towards our election campaign.  
We will be posting a full breakdown of the election costs in the days to come. This is a critical election where we can show that the very small can be very powerful. This way we can start taking back our country one town at a time, from the corrupt government and criminal activities of the SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK.
In love & unity
Michael Tellinger

Thursday, 16 July 2015

UBUNTU Party Registered All Over South Africa for 2016

Confirmation Email from the IEC in Centurion on 16 July 2015.

Good Morning

Kindly note that Ubuntu is registered at National level, therefore qualifies to contest elections at all legislative bodies.  Meaning that Ubuntu qualify to contest Local Government Elections.

Kind Regards,

Akani Mushwane
Electoral Matters
Tel: 012 622 5436
Fax: 012 622 5711

Wednesday, 15 July 2015



I will be doing four more UBUNTU meetings and workshops in South Africa during July 2015. This is all I can manage at this stage. UBUNTU will start the full campaign in December 2015 leading up to the elections in 2016, when I will visit the rest of the major areas in South Africa that I could not get to this month.

Entrance is Free and everyone is welcome - especially those who want to play roles as coordinators, representatives or candidates for the UBUNTU Party in the 2016 Local Municipal Elections.

We will discuss in detail our strategy for small towns where we can make a real impact as a small party. Our objective is to win at least one small municipality in 2016 so that we can implement the simple UBUNTU plan of action and start laying the foundations of unity and abundance in our towns. This will plant the seed of consciousness into the political beast at community level. This will create a domino effect with other towns everywhere. Our recent experience in the USA has shown that this workshop is truly a life-changing experience as we realise how easy it is to take our country back from the banksters and a deeply corrupt government under the control of the Reserve Bank. The 2016 elections present us with a real opportunity to manifest our own future of abundance and unity in South Africa.

CAPE TOWN:  Saturday 18 July - Full day workshop 10am to 5pm
Monkey Valley Resort in Noordhoek – just before Chapman’s Peak drive begins. NB: Please park at the beach and walk in. There is not sufficient parking inside on the day because of a prior event at the resort.

PRETORIA:  Friday 24th July 2015 TIME 6:30 pm
Zwartkop Golf Estate – In the Bowls Room at the club house. Entrance on the corner of Golf Ave and Jones Creek. Just opposite Old Johannesburg Road. The nearest intersection / robot is cnr of Old Johannesburg Road and Ruimte Rd, Clubview, Centurion

JOHANNESBURG: 25th July 2015 Full day workshop 10am – 5pm
Hackle Brook Conference Centre - 110 Conrad Drive - Corner of Jan Smuts Avenue (Office Building) and Conrad Drive - Craighall Park – Johannesburg.

SOWETO: Sunday 26th July 1pm – 5pm
Ekhaya Centre, 2nd Floor; Office 19; DUBE. Corner of Mahalefela & Mncube Drive.

No bookings required – please just arrive – entrance and participation is free – food and drinks are for your own account at the venue.

In love & unity
Michael Tellinger

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Lawyer Required by UBUNTU to Assist Tribal Chiefs to Protect Their Land

South African Tribal Lands Under Threat

The UBUNTU movement has been in talks with numerous Southern African tribal leaders and chiefs. Many of them are keen to implement the UBUNTU plan of action in their tribal lands - BUT many of them are experiencing problems with government agencies and private rogue individuals, attempting to steal the tribal lands in various underhanded ways. UBUNTU would like to assist some of these tribal chiefs to protect their lands and assure that any future land grabs by government and others do not succeed. We have one URGENT situation that I became aware of this weekend and I was asked by the Chief and his Headman to do what I can to assist.

We are calling on UBUNTU members and supporters who are lawyers to step up and help us in this process. It will require a good knowledge of the following:
  • South African Land Act and all the laws associated with it
  • All tribal land laws
  • Municipal laws regarding the Municipal Election 2016
Please contact me ONLY if you know that you can help and that you have the knowledge and desire to do what is right for the people of South Africa. Please do not contact us if you think you can help. Email me at
Remuneration will be discussed once we have made contact.
In love and Unity
Michael Tellinger

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Cape Town UBUNTU Party Meeting And Workshop 18 July 2015

Michael Tellinger will be holding an open meeting and full day workshop at Monkey Valley Resort in Noordhoek, for all those interested in the UBUNTU Party and our philosophy.
Everyone is welcome - especially those who want to play roles as coordinators, representatives or candidates for the UBUNTU Party in the 2016 Local Municipal Elections. 
We will discuss in detail our strategy for small towns where we can make a real impact and our objective to win at least one small municipality in 2016. This will create a domino effect with other towns everywhere. Our resent experience in the USA has shown that this workshop is truly a life-changing experience as the we realise how easy it is to take our country back from the banksters and a deeply corrupt government under the control of the SA Reserve Bank. The 2016 elections present us with a real opportunity to manifest our own future of abundance and unity in South Africa.

  • Date: Saturday 18 July 2015
  • Time: 10am - 5pm 
  • Venue: Monkey Valley Resort, Mountain Rd, Noordhoek at the entrance to Chapmans Peak. Tel: (021) 789 1391
  • Entry: Free to all - food and beverages on your own account. Water and small snacks will be provided.
  • Donations towards the costs of event will be request but are optional to those who can afford it.

  • Exposing The Banking & Corporate Fraud
  • Origins of Money
  • Origins of UBUNTU
  • UBUNTU around the world
  • Plan of action 
  • Politics & community activity in unity
  • Community projects and more 
  • Alternative Currencies
  • Free Electricity
  • Farmers’ Collaboration
  • Tribal Chiefs, Kings and their tribal land
  • Objectives in the 2016 Elections
  • Way forward to a united world of UBUNTU
  • A world without money and economic enslavement – full of abundance on every level 

Come enjoy the spectacular scenery and location of this amazing venue while we energise our minds - a great big thank you to Judy Sole, owner of Monkey Valley for providing the venue for free to UBUNTU.

Monday, 6 July 2015

UBUNTU Plan of Action For Small Towns

As we start planing our campaigning for the 2016 Local Municipal elections in South Africa, I would like to point out to all UBUNTU members that our entire political focuse has shifted to small towns and villages. Where we can make a huge impact by reaching the majority of the people with our message and taking the elite by surprise.

So here is the UBUNTU plan of action for small towns - In a nutshell - more details to follow.

  1. Provide our own electricity supply for every town - we know it exists
  2. Launch a diverse number of Community Projects - everyone is asked to contribute 3 hours per week to any of these projects
  3. Turn our town into a powerful labour force, doing everything for ourselves - and others around us
  4. Free electricity for everyone that contributes 3 hours per week to the projects
  5. Free electricity to all Community Projects
  6. Free labour for all Community Projects
  7. Create 3 x abundance of everything we do - export the 2/3 at a fraction of the price available anywhere else
  8. Invite all industry to become part of the Community Project pool - and benefit immensely from no labour cost, no electricity cost and an increasing supply of free components as the projects become integrated and start to supply each other for free
  9. Business owners retain one third of profits, 2/3 go to the community
  10. Interim generation of wealth with which to grow community projects
  11. No corporation can compete with us because we provide the labour for free ourselves
  12. Winning a local election
  13. Installing an UBUNTU municipality and Council of Elders
  14. Activate more projects and attract top talent in all areas as the new mayor - once the people feel the broad benefits on so many levels, UBUNTU will never get voted out
  15. Everything becomes available for free to all those who participate in the projects
  16. Everything we do eventually becomes a part of the Community Projects activity - like horse riding, healthcare, building, hiking, art, shoe-making, etc.
  17. This system creates a new education structure where people learn valuable skills for life while doing community projects
  18. In a few years we have a well trained and highly skilled community where everyone can do everything - and loving it
  19. Using this one small town as the first domino to fall and lead by example to all other small towns.
  20.  This will cause a win in the national elections next time around.
  21. Converting our whole country into a united community of abundant diversity on all levels which leads to the demise of money entirely.

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Message to the people of Greece - From The UBUNTU Party

You can be the inspiration that the rest of the world needs to follow you out of financial and economic slavery of the global banking elite. 

This is your moment to become a free sovereign nation of abundance on every level of human endeavor. We urge the people of Greece to use this opportunity to finally escape the enslavement of the global banking elite and start creating everything you need for yourselves, instead of creating financial wealth for the corporations and banks that own your country. Greece belongs to its people - not to the central bank or the EU Bank or the IMF or the World Bank. The people do everything - the money does nothing - but enslave the people.

Whatever you do, do not fall for the lies, bullying, blackmailing and threats of the banking elite. They have nothing except fancy buildings - you have the people and the will to become a shining light of resistance against the elite who are nothing more than an organised crime syndicate that has taken our countries hostage through their privately owned banks.

Close down the private Central Bank of Greece and replace it over-night with a People's Bank of Greece, that issues money for the people, by the people - tax-free and interest free, for all farming, building and developmental projects. Use the existing banking infrastructure; and keep all the bank staff to administer a new currency for the people. This move will create work for everyone and immediately release you from the economic hardship. Set up new infrastructure to build, create, grow or manufacture everything you need - without having to beg for money from the private World Bank that will keep you enslaved forever. This will turn Greece into the most abundant nation in the world over night.

The UBUNTU Party recommends the steps below - which are the same steps presented in the manifesto we used in the South African and UK elections of 2014 and 2015.

  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, which will result in 100% employment and stop the financial enslavement. The new People’s Bank will provide funds for everything we need to do in our communities – this is how simple it is.
  3. Let our scientists and inventors deliver a renewable source of Free Energy to drive the nation and benefit the people.
  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 one 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 on every level.
  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 favours the rights of corporations above those of living breathing human beings.
The UBUNTU  Liberation Movement and the UBUNTU Party stands united with the people of Greece who want to free themselves from the financial enslavement of the global banking elite.

In love & unity
Michael Tellinger
Founder of the UBUNTU Movement and Party.

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Farmer Exposes Bank Fraud - End of The Banking Empire is Near

Ostrich farmer from Eastern Cape shows court his mortgage loan is now in Taiwan

This new case by a South African ostrich farmer against Standard Bank could open the floodgates for people to seek retribution from past unlawful judgement like mine and millions of others. If I was a banking executive - this would be a good time to resign and go into hiding. The people are waking up.
Click here to read the original article.

Posted 21 June 2015 Written by Ciaran Ryan
Category Securitisation

An ostrich farmer from Grahamstown (South Africa) has thrown the local court into a spin by apparently proving that his mortgage loan with Standard Bank has been on-sold to an investor in Taiwan. This is the first time a securitisation audit has been presented in a SA court. On the basis of the evidence presented, the farmer says Standard Bank has no right to be in court.

Ash Davenport, a 63 year-old ostrich farmer from outside Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, may be about to make history in his effort to stave off attempts by Standard Bank to take possession of his 3,260ha farm over a R3 million loan he took out seven years ago.

Last week he threw the Grahamstown High Court into a spin when his attorney, Bev Carruthers of Port Elizabeth, plonked a securitisation audit in front of the judge. The securitisation audit suggests that his bank loan has been on-sold to a Taiwanese bank and is no longer owned by Standard Bank. That being the case, Standard Bank has no right to be in court. More than that, the audit suggests the bank has securitised (or on-sold) his bond for R5 million, not the R3 million he supposedly signed for.

The court reserved judgment as to whether to allow the audit to be presented as new evidence in a case that has been dragging on for close to seven years.

“I intend to fight this all the way,” says Davenport. “These banks have been getting away with this nonsense for too long. I had to pay R17,000 for the audit but it was worth it, since it provides proof that the bank has in fact been securitising mortgage loans and then coming after property owners when they have no right to.”

Securitisation audits are a new development in South Africa, but are common in the US. They effectively carry the same weight as a financial opinion by a company’s auditor, though the banks are trying to dismiss them as hearsay.

Standard Bank attempted to discredit the audit by Michael Carrigan, a certified mortgage securitisation auditor in the US, who managed to track the chain of title for Davenport’s mortgage bond all the way to Taiwan. The bank referred to Carrigan's evidence as “speculative at best” and claimed he did not have a grasp of South African law. It then reiterated that his loan had not been securitised.

Carrigan also provided a second audit for another Grahamstown resident, Jay Brown (not his real name), apparently proving that his Standard Bank mortgage loan had ended up with a bank in Thailand. Brown is also defending his property against repossession by the bank.

Bear in mind that the bank in both cases has denied – as all the major banks have done in thousands of other similar cases – that it had securitised these mortgage bonds. Brown went one step further, by settling his debt to the bank by way of a promissory note of his own – similar to a cheque or bank note – which he claimed is legally permissible in terms of the Bills of Exchange Act.

This is a rather interesting defence first developed in SA by the late Johan Joubert, who insisted that individuals should issue their own promissory notes in settlement of debts, just as the banks concoct money out of thin air on their computer terminals. Standard Bank has refused to accept Brown’s promissory note.

Davenport has taken a more traditional route, arguing his case based on whatever evidence he can get his hands on. He asked Standard Bank to produce a “wet ink” copy of his mortgage bond and what was produced looked a little strange. The lines, the type face and the signatures did not line up with another copy he had. To all intents and purposes, it looked as if the documents were manufactured after the event, according to Davenport. Like someone had literally cut and pasted sections from one document, pasted them onto another, and then made a photocopy. This made him even more suspicious, even more certain that his mortgage bond had been securitised and the bank was hiding something.

So how did Davenport end up in this position?

The first thing to understand is that he is an eastern Cape farmer with a sharp tongue who doesn’t take kindly to bankers in suits coming to take away a farm that he and his family have been working since 1956. At one time he was the Eastern Cape’s most prominent ostrich farmer. He was exporting his ostrich meat to Europe and making a decent living. In 2004, the Avian flu scare hit SA. A government vet (Davenport calls him a “prick”) was sent down from Pretoria to inspect his birds, and with a wave of his pencil decided they should all be slaughtered.

On a personal note:
In 2013, Standard Bank bribed a Supreme Court Judge, by providing him with a pre-written judgement against me, Michael Tellinger, after a 3-hour argument at the South Gauteng High Court. During this hearing advocate Shem Symon, representing STD Bank, admitted to all the points raised by me which included: (This can all be verified from the court records.)
STD Bank did not lend me anything.
They did not have any money to lend me in the first place
They created the money on their system with clever book keeping entries - creating the money out of THIN AIR
The Bank securitises their home loans - selling them on to third party securitisation agencies like Blue Granit, losing all rights to the contract
STD Bank was in possession of my Bill of Exchange for around R900,000 that they refused to monetise or return to me.
STD Bank accepts payment in Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes

Let the banking games begin...
In love and unity
Michael Tellinger