* Homeless Action Committee, Carlos Mesquita, EFF: Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema, Black First Land First, Andile Mngxitama, Adv. Vincent Maleka SC, Dali Mpofu, DiversiT, Teresa Oakley-Smith, Black Lawyers Association, Mashudu Kutama, Black Business Council, Sandile Zungu, CT: Safety and Security JP Smith, Craig Lucas, Legal Practice Council, Kathleen Dlepu, George Herald, Ilse Schoonraad, Eugene Gunning, JS Marais Inc, Charl Marais, Cape Times, Siyavuya Mzantsi, Leon van Wyk, Gerrit Pretorius, Louise Brown, DJ Goussard Attorneys, Memory Booysen, Millers Inc, Arno Crous, WCPP, Masizole Mnqasela, Alan Winde, Cameron Dugmore, Thandi Modise, Braam Swart and Partners, Andre van Niekerk, Pan African Parliament, Roger Nkodo Dang
* 02 Dec: EoP Law Re: CT WiP Law Arbeid Macht Frei Camps for Homeless
» 05 Dec: ‘EoP UN Res [lj-v-ls: PDF: pp.25-66/70] has been submitted’ para pp.no’s corrected
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: LJ v SA Pol Parties, APD v AJM, LJ v SGMC, LJ v LPC / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GMZA| EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity, EoP v WiP Peacenik / EoP v WiP Neg.
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EoP Law Re: CT WiP Law Arbeid Macht Frei Camps for Homeless
Summary: EoP Law v WiP Law – EoP UN Resolution to globally End Economic Apartheid negotiations – information you will not find on WiP Law [eop-v-wip-law] Media [eop-v-wip-media]: EoP Law recommended EoP UN Resolution [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56] responsible freedom [responsible-freedom: PDF: pp.38/56] basic income property ration [property-ration: PDF: pp.38/56] land reform [eop-landreform: PDF: pp.39-40/56] legislation is documented in George High Court: H 225/19: LJ v Speaker George Municipality and Four Others [lj-v-sgmc: EoP UN Resolution: PDF: pp.17-54/56].
Carlos Mesquita: An idea is afloat out there to deal with the city’s homeless population by creating a concentration camp of sorts at some disused and far removed site/s where you and I will no longer be able to see the problem. Strandfontein now finally makes sense to me. Covid-19 and the urgent need to find a means of keeping the homeless safe during its course saw the City bringing out its 2014 blueprint for homeless “work camps”. It realised this was its opportunity to implement the controversial policy. When you spend close on R60 million and are still building office blocks on site two weeks prior to announcing the closure of the site under the weight of lawsuits and public outrage, you cannot expect anyone to believe the lie that it was always planned to be temporary. Best of all, the national government was footing part of the bill. Then on Friday, I was engaged by a councillor to have a discussion on the state of homelessness in our city. He wanted inside information on the much anticipated “Inkathalo Conversations” report due out soon. He needed to ascertain whether it was going to assist him or make his task of removing homeless people from the streets more difficult. He stated that once the lockdown was lifted the City would be moving in full force to remove the homeless from sight. He asked me for my input on what the best way forward was. When I mentioned the words “homing the homeless”, his opinion was that housing was not an option – he preferred a work solution. [IOL: Concentration camps in the works for the homeless?]
The toughest gangsters are verbally more racist when they come here [Delancey Street Foundation: delanceystreetfoundation], and racist in terms of who they hang out with. But the tougher they are, the more quickly they will grant respect to a member of another ethnic group who behaves in a fashion acceptable to their code. Of course, John Maher is behind all this. He told us where the Foundation was going [SQ-CS: The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil; SQ-RN: Russia’s Rural Villagers are Unphased by Economic Collapse; SQ-NH: Russian Family Gardens Produce 40% of Russian Food; SQ-TB: In 1999, 35 million small family plots produced 90% of Russia’s potatoes, 77% of vegetables, 87% of fruits, 59% of meat, 49% of milk]; we’d ask him questions. He got rid of a lot of my prejudices about blacks, and my ignorance, the labels they put on people. John has a way of carrying everyone in the room. He will say something in three hours to hit all three hundred people, give them something to work on. He speaks to an audience. He can talk about the prejudiced honkies, the prejudiced blacks, the guilt people carry around. He caroms everyone, hits them with something, and when he walks out, he leaves them thinking about themselves and their actions, what they really want to do with their lives, and if their lives are kind of fucked up, how they can change it. The reason John gets to much respect is that everyone knows he is not asking you to do anything he doesn’t do himself. I got so much trust in the man, that he can ask me to do anything, I wouldn’t even question it, and I never felt that way about anyone. John can relate to you, put you through changes, because he’s been there himself, it’s not something he’s read in a book.
» SQSwans: John Maher of Delancey Street: A Guide for Peaceful Revolution in America.
Abalimi Bezekhaya [abalimibezekhaya.org.za] (meaning farmers of the home in isiXhosa), established 1982, is a non-profit micro-farming organisation that aims to provide basic human necessities for indigent persons, by assisting impoverished groups and communities within the area of Greater Cape Town known as the Cape Flats to establish and maintain their own vegetable gardens, so as to enable those groups and communities to supplement their existing, inadequate supply of food and create livelihoods. Harvest of Hope was set up as a social business that connects the producer and consumers within the food system more closely. It allows the consumer to subscribe to the harvest of the Abalimi farmers and thus share the risks of farming through the purchase of fresh organic vegetable boxes. Abalimi Bezekhaya promotes small scale urban farming. We are a development organization rather than charity, because we partner with active members of the community to aid their efforts in greening, growing and bettering their communities. We provide training, supplies and support to enable the urban poor to obtain employment or become self-employed as gardeners, gardening assistants and urban micro-farmers. We furthermore engage in the conservation, rehabilitation and protection of the natural environment within the Cape Flats. Our garden centers are based in local communities and our Harvest of Hope program helps maintain stable income security for these urban farmers. The community garden Moya We Khaya (The Spirit of Home) [abalimibezekhaya.org.za] currently has eleven members, of which ten are part of the founding group. The garden was formed in February of 2014, when 12 gardeners started growing vegetables in the very poor soil. A lot of compost, manure, and hard work was needed. Back then, all 12 members were working together as a big group, but they soon decided to divide the space so everybody could have their own set of plots. With this change in structure, their harvest improved immensely as everybody could now work at their own pace. To extend their knowledge, the community took part in training courses through Abalimi and the Department of Agriculture. Although the garden is divided into individual sections and plots, the group still works as a team. When one member is facing challenges, everybody steps up to help. Only two of the members have vehicles, so they will help the other members to collect needed materials and seeds. There is a real family feel at Moya We Khaya. The poor soil was not the only challenge the group had to face. Christina Kaba had been trying to get permission for the land since 1995 when the neighbouring Manyanani Peace Park was built. When she was denied the land, Christina didn’t surrender, she kept fighting for her vision of a community garden. Eventually she contacted Rob Small for help. Finally, in 2014, her vision came to life and Moya We Khaya was formed. The group of passionate and hard-working gardeners have been there every day since. “It doesn’t matter if it’s raining or if it’s winter, you’ll find us here, we are fighters!” says Christina. “People have hands, they have energy, but they don’t have land”, Christina says and explains that one of the biggest issues that individuals face in the townships is not having enough space to grow vegetables.
» EoP Leg Sub: 10 Jul: McV20: EoP Law A: WiP Law. Vusi Mohadi Q: Who Killed Economy?.
How Fidel Castro safely Sully crash landed Cuba’s economic collapse plane: Community Solution: When Cuba lost access to Soviet oil in the early 1990s, the country faced an immediate crisis – feeding the population – and an ongoing challenge: how to create a new low-energy society. The breakup of the Soviet Union in the 1990’s created a major economic crisis in Cuba known as the special period. So we have from 1982 to 1983 a freefall of the economy of 34% of GDP, gross domestic product. When I tell you freefall of the economy, try to imagine an aeroplane suddenly lose their engines. It was really a crash. Cuba lost 80% of its export and import markets. Oil imports dropped by more than half, buses stopped running, factories closed, electricity blackouts were common and food was scarce. People almost starved. Over the next decade Cuba took drastic legal social, cultural and agricultural landreform steps to find solutions. It is the first country to face the crisis that we will all face, the peak oil [economic collapse] crisis. [SQ-CS: The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil].
EoP Law Homeless Self Sufficient Property Ration Land Reform Solutions:
EoP Law recommended EoP UN Resolution [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56] responsible freedom [responsible-freedom: PDF: pp.38/56] basic income property ration [property-ration: PDF: pp.38/56] land reform [eop-landreform: PDF: pp.39-40/56] legislation is documented in George High Court: H 225/19: LJ v Speaker George Municipality and Four Others [lj-v-sgmc: PDF].
Wikileaks/Dept of State: US Consul Capetown: (2). Attorney Essa Moosa spoke with him last week, says Mandela fully expects that on February 2 De Klerk will announce the unbanning of the ANC, PAC and other organizations, the lifting of the State of Emergency, the return of political exiles to South Africa, and the release of several political prisoners including Mandela himself. Implementation of the announcements would come swiftly after de Klerks speech at the opening of parliament. (3). The SAG is concerned over ANC relations with the SACP and over the working definition of “One Man One Vote,” among other “white fears” issues. Mandela has passed de Klerks “proposals” on these topics to the ANC. The organizations announcement that it is willing to negotiate even while apartheid laws remain in place may be part of the ANC’s reply to the SAG. [Wikileaks: 17 Jan 1990: 90CAPETOWN97_a: Essa Moosa Talks About Mandela and Other Topics]
One responsible freedom oath [eop-axis-oath: LJ] wo/man ballot; one vote.
» EoP Leg Sub: 01 Dec: EoP Ntc CISA: EoP Law voter USA 2020 Pres Election Results.
TO: ANC Sec Gen Ace Magashule [..] Ecology of Peace law [eop-v-wip-law] definitions: [A] Objective honesty for sincere peaceniks / honourable warriors [eop-rh-fr: lj-v-ls: PDF pp.43-47/70]; [B] corruption: anyone consciously and intentionally obstructing the implementation of Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law [eop-un-res: lj-v-ls: PDF pp.25-66/70] as international law. Once EoP SciCult law is implemented as international law; the definition of corruption will be the same as the EoP UN Resolution definition for Crimes of Aggression [crimes-of-aggression: lj-v-ls: PDF pp.31-33/70] Any member of parliament and/or provincial assembly who wants their speaker to hold an EoP Law corruption definition assembly or legislature vote [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56] can request their Speaker to schedule such assembly or legislature vote, by signing their unconditional or conditional cooperator EoP Axis Alliance oaths [eop-axis-oath]. The outcome of the national assembly or provincial legislature EoP UN Resolution [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56] Crimes of Aggression [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.31-33/56] corruption definition vote; will be filed in LJ v SGMC [lj-v-sgmc] and LJ v LS [lj-v-ls] court records. EoP Axis Alliance Oath votes provide LJ v LS [lj-v-ls: PDF] Heads of State respondents – or any Head of State – with a mandate to authorize EoP UN Resolution for submission to UN General Assembly to implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law. Similarly any Milgram 2-35% [15 Mar: Milgram Two, Eight, Thirty Five & Ninety-Eight % Decision-Makers] political party member and/or non-political party member citizen who wants to declare themselves as a sincere peacenik / honourable warrior [eop-rh-fr] – anti-corruption activist – can provide LJ v LS [lj-v-ls: PDF] Heads of State respondents – or any Head of State – with a mandate to authorize EoP UN Resolution for submission to UN General Assembly to implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law; by signing their unconditional or conditional cooperator oaths [eop-axis-oath], for submission into the LJ v LS court record.
» EoP Leg Sub: 30 Aug: EoP Law definition of corruption.
Once implemented as international law EoP UN Resolution will require legislators to setup an official state EoP Axis Oath office at their Dept of Justice or municipalities; where citizens can go to sign their responsible freedom [responsible-freedom: PDF: pp.38/56] EoP Axis Oath [eop-axis-oath].
EoP UN Resolution [lj-v-ls: PDF: pp.25-66/70] to implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law; has been submitted electronically or formally served to parties and courts in the following political and legal proceedings – as of date no respondent has exposed any scientific or cultural law error – [A] US Presidential Campaign: McVeigh 2020 [mcveigh2020: PDF: Encl: pp.27-68/275; pp.31-72/326]; [B] US Courts: Criminal No EP-20-U4: US v Patrick Crusius [us-v-pwc: PDF: pp.156-197/261]; [C] South Africa: George High Court: (i) H 225/19: LJ v Speaker George Municipality and Four Others [lj-v-sgmc: PDF: pp.17-54/56]; (ii) H 213/19 LJ v Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula: Min of Defence & Eight Others [lj-v-nmn: PDF: pp.11-76/83]; [D] South Africa: CCMA: Comm for Conciliation Mediation & Arbitration: 1063-20: LJ v Truth and Reconciliation Commission and Two Others [lj-v-trc: PDF: pp.30-71/137]; [E] UK Courts: (i) LJ v Speaker House of Commons and Ten Others [lj-v-shoc: PDF: pp.43-84/88]; (ii) UK Extradition Proceedings: US v Julian Assange [us-v-jpa: PDF: pp.59-100/143]; [F] New Zealand Courts: CRI-2019-009-2468: New Zealand v Brenton Tarrant [nz-v-bt PDF pp.156-197/261]; [G] Intnl Court of Justice: Treaty of Amity Proceedings: Iran v USA [ir-v-us: PDF: pp.59-100/143].
EoP – OKC TRC – Axis Alliance [31 Mar: EoP Upd: Sergey Lavrov: Re: EoP Axis Alliance negotiations] Honest Lives Matter [29 Jun: EoP Axis Alliance is an Honest Lives Matter culture] Negotiations correspondence is published at EoP Leg Sub [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za]
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LJ: 13:40: Hac / Carlos: EoP law answer to carlos argus article published at eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za correspondence 02 dec. Lara
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