Sunday, 8 December 2013

The Roads Belong to The People

Letter to Jacob Zuma and the government of South Africa


The UBUNTU Party is fundamentally and completely opposed to the introduction of the e-toll system on the roads of Gauteng and /or any other toll-gate activity in South Africa.

We will continue to oppose all existing, and all proposed tolling systems on the roads of South Africa. We trust that the people will continue to rise up against your unlawful actions.

The roads belong to the people - they are not yours to sell.

Your actions have caused great hardship and separation between communities and you have prevented ordinary people from travelling throughout their country as they need. South Africa does not belong to the government or the corporations that keep the government in place. The country belongs to the people. It does not belong to the government or any other private corporation that has unlawfully laid claim to it.

This leads us to the conclusion that the government has unlawfully stolen our roads from the people and sold them to private corporations and foreign shareholders, allowing them to unlawfully hijack our people on the roads and extort money from them.

This is in complete contravention of our Bill of Rights that gives us the freedom to travel in our own country without restriction.

Our government must serve the people, and not serve themselves and/or multinational corporations who seem to control them with financial muscle. The UBUNTU Party urges the people of South Africa to realise that our government has betrayed the people and continuously creates new laws that restrict the rights of the people while enriching the corporations.

And if the government is not serving the people – it must be replaced by the people. It is time for the people to realise that the government is not our friend but our slave master.

In pure truth

Michael of the family Tellinger (freeman on the land)

UBUNTU Party Founder