Parliament considers Emperor Thembu II's land claim 'for the whole of South Africa'

Jabulani22

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Japan, the Swedes, Spain, etc all have these ceremonial figureheads... :)
Yes butthey have the actual requirements to back it up , its in their written history , these guys lack even the requirements to be called more than chief or warlord...............unless ghengis khan was a warlord then they lack that too.
 

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It's not very polite calling our Emporer stupid.
He has to be stupid if he doesn't know that his ancestors stopped the migration at the Fish River because their staple crop would not grow beyond that point. None of the black tribesmen have any historical or moral right to the old Cape Colony
 

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Yes butthey have the actual requirements to back it up , its in their written history , these guys lack even the requirements to be called more than chief or warlord...............unless ghengis khan was a warlord then they lack that too.
You just bitter because your chief/king/leader/mom now has to bow down to our new Emporer!
 

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Yes butthey have the actual requirements to back it up , its in their written history , these guys lack even the requirements to be called more than chief or warlord...............unless ghengis khan was a warlord then they lack that too.
They claim to have ruled over most of the area south of Limpopo river. That would make him king at the very least :)
 

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They claim to have ruled over most of the area south of Limpopo river. That would make him king at the very least :)
Claim being the operative word , without written history he is just another land grabber , nevermind that you would need to factor in environmental and natural issues which would prevent them from living there atthe time , malaria,no water without boreholes , mountains etc.
 

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Actually, how do we know this oke isn’t a better leader than the ANC? Let’s get behind this.
 

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January 2010

Johannesburg - South Africans need to accept the secession of the AbaThembu Tribe, King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo's lawyer said on Sunday.

"AbaThembu Tribe have seceded from South Africa. The sooner the Nation aligns with this reality and start preparing to form the State of Thembuland the better," said Votani Majola.

This week the Dispatch Online reported that Dalindyebo's lawyer Votani Majola had served a "secession notice" on Parliament.

Majola was quoted as saying the nation was no longer part of South Africa and that the ANC-led government would have no say in the new independent state, which would be headed by Dalindyebo.

The national Parliament confirmed it had received the AbaThembu secession notice on January 14, according to the Dispatch Online's report.

Dalindyebo was sentenced in the Mthatha High Court in December for a string of crimes including culpable homicide, kidnapping, arson and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

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Earlier this week, the ANC in the Eastern Cape called on members of the AbaThembu clan and the broader society in the province to distance themselves from a "divisive and misleading so-called secession from South Africa idea".

"We remain strongly opposed to this misleading and ambitious idea by King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo's so-called Justice Forum led by Votani Majola, which seeks to secede from South Africa," it said in a statement on Thursday.

On Sunday, Majola also said that the state of Thembuland would enjoy prosperity.

"As a matter of fact the state of Thembuland will unearth prosperity, development and success for our Tribe," he said.

December 2015.

Bizarre last minute ‘reprieve’
Just less than 24 hours before AbaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo had to hand himself over to prison, he delivered a bizarre document to the Mthatha High Court.

The document, stamped by the “Supreme Court of South Africa” set aside all convictions against Dalindyebo.

The state, three judges the Supreme Court of Appeal, and the national director of public prosecutions were cited as defendants in the matter.

The decree is is signed by a “Judge Khoza, His Excellency Majesty King, Stephen Khoza of Nguni Royal Family from the United Kingdom of Union of South Africa, the Common Wealth Realms of the Republic of South Africa.

In simpler terms it states that all judgments against Dalindyebo are suspended for an “indefinite period as the supreme court of South Africa deems fit…”

A stamp on the document reads: “Parliament of State and Government” and at the bottom: “By the Lord Camblain of the Afro-Ngunis Royal Palace, The convener of Parliament.”

A quick Google search for the name Stephen Khoza reveals an individual who lives in a fictitious world of self absorption.

King Dalindyebo is no stranger to fiction himself as in 2009 he expressed a plan to secede from South Africa.

His plan was to establish the state of Thembuland to include the Eastern, Western and Northern Capes, KwaZulu- Natal, Gauteng and Free State.

The state was to claim R80-billion from the SA government for the humiliation caused by King Dalindyebo’s trial.

The plan fell apart after the King discovered that his lawyer, Votani Majola, who gave himself the title 'Emperor Thembu II', wanted to be king of the State of Thembuland. The currency had not been determined at the time.
I see they have danced at various times in court with the State President and IEC.
 

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What happened to King Cornelius or whatever his name was with the Khoisan? Are we going to have to pick sides?

KIng Khosain vs Emperior AbaT!
 

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January 2010




December 2015.


I see they have danced at various times in court with the State President and IEC.
Too much zol after zol...
 

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Claim being the operative word , without written history he is just another land grabber , nevermind that you would need to factor in environmental and natural issues which would prevent them from living there atthe time , malaria,no water without boreholes , mountains etc.
You're starting to post your usual drivel so my participation in this discussion ends here.
 

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And of-topic but this drives me nuts ....

How does copying and pasting text show with hyperlinks ?
 

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In those days there was no such thing as employment as is the case today. People lived on cattle-keeping and hunting. That meant that a nation had to settle in one place so that it could defend itself against another nation which would attack while raiding for cattle.
Lol. What an own goal.

Pastoralists do not settle, they are nomadic.
 

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What happened to King Cornelius or whatever his name was with the Khoisan? Are we going to have to pick sides?

KIng Khosain vs Emperior AbaT!
I'm going khoisan all the way. They have been a relatively peaceful bunch up 'til now but you don't want to piss those guys off. Next thing ostrich egg IEDs start popping up all over the place and who knows what else...
 

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And of-topic but this drives me nuts ....

How does copying and pasting text show with hyperlinks ?
Because it was embedded. You in layman copied the code, it is pending on how the source is set up.
 
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