Please study the sample Promissory Note carefully.
For downloadable versions of the notes for personal use go to:

Get to understand it and what its function is and what is actually written on it.
It was specifically created for the South African legal system – so you may need to adapt it for your country’s legal references on the top right hand side.
It has text boxes so just click on the text box and fill in what you need.

Create a catalogue list where you record the NOTE number – which you made up and wrote on top of note.
Make up any number that makes sense to you. I chose MJTPN001 / MJTPN002, etc.
Keep the catalogue list in a safe place.
Print out the original NOTE in colour on HALF the page - portrait.
Write in Blue ink right under the note the following line by hand.
"The original note is signed in BLUE ink"
This will prevent anyone from copying it and claiming it is the original – colour copiers may cause problems.
Then take it to the cops to stamp - date it below the note on the same paper - sign it in front of the police.
Also take along a letter (2 copies of the same letter)- as proof of delivery – it also needs to be stamped.
Also sign in front of cops - let them stamp and date both copies.
Then make a black and white photo copy of the original colour NOTE - before you deliver the TWO sets.
One set for the bank/lawyers - and One set (the copy) for you.

Deliver to the legal document receiving office at the lawyers OR the postal/legal document receiving of the bank offices – NOT the bank itself –
Ask the person receiving it to stamp all four. 2 originals and 2 copies for you.
Put the two originals in an envelope and seal it addressed to the CFO - or CEO
Sometimes the lawyers are a small company where the receptionist receives the post and legal documents – in that case make the receptionist stamp all four and do the same.
Take your 2 copies with you as proof of delivery.
You have just concluded the delivery of a Negotiable Instrument in accordance with the Bills of Exchange Act.
The deal is concluded upon deliver according to the ACT.
Stand your ground.
They have to raise objection within 7 days if I understand it correctly.
Claim that you paid with a lawful document - and they need to launch a new legal action against you showing why your form of payment is not accepted.
Use my case of payment by Promissory Note as a precedent in South Africa.
If they do not respond to one delivery - you have a precedent of acceptance of one payment - and therefore they have to accept all others from you.
Be strong and fearless – know what you are doing – be informed.
If they have not come to collect the first payment on the 7th of the month - as indicated under TERMS & CONDITIONS - it means that they have sold the note and are no longer interested in collecting the money. This is what you have to assume - if ever asked.
Have fun - stay strong.
I have now paid STD bank with 4 notes - dating back to 13 June 2013 - with no legal comebacks so far.
I trust this will continue until we introduce the People’s Bank.

In love, light and unity
Michael Tellinger


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Ubuntu Party Constitution
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Contributionism Part 1
Contributionism Part 2
Contributionism Part 3
Contributionism Part 4
Contributionism Part 5
Contributionism Part 6
New Freedom charter
IEC Party certificate
Rights for all Citizens
Ubuntu Self governance


      Below is the existing list of current government departments and bodies. Please click on each one to see the plan of action that the UBUNTU Party has for each one of these departments.

      Each one of these departments has failed the people of South Africa dramatically. They are hamstrung by their old-style thinking; infinitely complex in their structures, crippled by bureaucracy and red tape, and simply cannot be fixed while the government of the people is held hostage by giant corporations and financial institutions. These departments are out of touch with the needs and desires of the people.

      If we are to find real solutions to the problems we face today, we have to come up with brand new solutions because everything that has been attempted to this day has failed us and continues to drive the people deeper into homelessness hunger and poverty.

      Albert Einstein said that insanity is “doing the same experiment over and over and expecting different results.” This means that humanity must be insane, because we have been doing the same thing over and over for a few thousand years expecting different results. Using a complex system of finance and law in an attempt to advance humanity – it simply does not work. Just look at the world today.

      We therefore propose a complete paradigm shift away from the structures of the past and replacing it with a simple solution for each sector of human endeavour, that is managed by the people for the people - and not politicians or bankers in ivory towers with agendas. 


  UBUNTU PLAN OF ACTION -  this list is being updated on a regular basis

Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Correctional Services
Environmental Affairs
Foreign Affairs
Higher Education and Training
Home Affairs
Human Settlements
International Relations and Cooperation
Public Enterprises
Public Service and Administration
Public Works
Rural Development and Land Reform
Safety and Security
Science and Technology
Social Development
Trade and Industry
Water Affairs
Women, Children and People with Disabilities
Economic Development Department
Government Communications (GCIS)
Independent Complaints Directorate
National Intelligence Agency
National Treasury
Public Service Commission
South African Police Service
South African Revenue Service
Sport and Recreation South Africa
Statistics South Africa
The Presidency

Arts and Culture
Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs
Correctional Services
Defence and Military Veterans
Higher Education and Training
Mineral Resources
Minerals and Energy
Public Service and Administration
Safety and Security
State Security
Water and Environmental Affairs
Women, Children and People with Disabilities

Auditor-General South Africa
Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration
Commission for Gender Equality
Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic
Commission on Restitution of Land Rights
Film and Publication Board
Independent Communications Authority of South Africa
Independent Electoral Commission
Land Bank
National Development Agency
National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac)
National Prosecuting Authority
National Youth Development Agency
Pan South African Language Board
Parliament of South Africa
Public Protector South Africa
Public Service Commission
Road Traffic Management Corporation
South African Human Rights Commission
South African National AIDS Council
South African Reserve Bank
South African Social Security Agency

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Part 3
Part 4

A5 Double Sided Flyer - Translations
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