Khoisan Refer To Themselves As Aboriginal National Living Freeman.
The San tribe has been living in Southern Africa for at least 30,000 years and they are believed to be not only the oldest African tribe but quite possibly the world’s most ancient race. The San have the most diverse and distinct DNA than any other indigenous African group.
African Indigenous San and Khoikhoi peoples are not formally recognized in terms of national legislation. However, this has changed with the Traditional and Khoisan Leadership Act, which came into force on 1 April 2021. South Africa voted in favour of adopting the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples but has yet to ratify ILO Convention No. 169.
The Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989 is an International Labour Organization Convention, also known as, C169. It is the major binding international convention concerning indigenous peoples and tribal peoples, and a forerunner of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
ILO Convention 169 describes ‘tribal peoples’ as peoples in independent countries whose social, cultural and economic conditions distinguish them from other sections of the national community, and whose status is regulated wholly or partially by their own customs or traditions or by special laws or regulations.
Sovereign people believe that all people are born free with rights, but that these natural rights are being constrained by corporations ( they see governments as artificial corporations). They believe citizens are in an oppressive contract with the government.
MBA graduate Edgar Adams from the Aboriginal National Living Freeman stated; “Indigenous people are sovereign and not citizens of the government, for being a citizen makes you part of being owned by the corporation. We are Freeman, living man or woman and not citizens, this is the correction.
They believe that by declaring themselves Freeman, they can break this oppressive contract and avoid restrictions such as taxes, and fines, or particular government rules on mandatory mask-wearing.
Adams goes on to say; “As it is the foundation of our rights, which is to protect nature first, and for the next generation not to harm anything or anyone, as what is required of us to live in harmony with nature and mankind. Something which colonialists never understood, and because of their greed they trample on our Indigenous laws. The only people who can make law are the Sovereign Living Freeman for we are one with mother earth and father skies. Statutes, Codes, Proclamations, Policies, Regulations and Acts of the SA Corporation (CIK #000932419) or SA Government are not laws, they are what they say they are and thus these colourable terms are applicable to dead people (Coloured is a dead person in the court of law) so classifying incorrectly as Coloured or Colourable labels gives the SA Corporation jurisdiction and standing over a dead person.
By properly identifying yourself as Aboriginal National Living Freeman, gives you proper legal standing, and no Corporation in the world has any legal status or jurisdiction over a living man or woman, whose blood flow in mind and body.
Only a dead person or artificial person such as the SA Corporation (known as the SA Government) can speak to a dead person as a Coloured ( Civiliter Mortuus – it has been held that there is no technical legal significance being referred to the phrase” Coloured person” which the courts are bound judicially to know, Pauska v. Daus, 31. Tex.74 for a Coloured person who is dead in court and equally has no legal standing or legal status as a Coloured person, cited by Black’s Law Dictionary, the 4th edition).
It is why a person needs to be represented by an advocate or attorney in court (Corpus Juris Secundum where a lawyer or advocate is an official of the court and his or her duty is first to the court and not his or her client), for a dead person cannot speak for himself as a dead entity and thus when you refer to yourself as a living freeman man or woman, you declare your proper standing or proper person in court, in propria persona, and thus no Corporation has any jurisdiction or legal status over a living man or woman, as the Corporation is an artificial dead entity ens.legis creature.
The SA history books referred to us as either Cafres, Hottentot, Khoikhoi, Aboriginal peoples of South Africa and Southern Africa, and never the amorphous or dead person referred to as a Coloured person. SA Corporation or SA Government is an artificial dead person whilst an Aboriginal living person is a natural person which is distinctly different.
There has never been a Coloured nation in the history books since time memorial, so it is essential to rectify the status quo of Coloured which by its definition, is an appearance or semblance without the substance of legal right. That which is in appearance only and not in reality, what it purports to be, counterfeit, feigned and not in reality as it conceals or deceives. (Black’s Law Dictionary 4th edition – Colour of law & Colourable).
The SA Corporation or SA Government can only survive if Aboriginal National Living Freeman remains in their incorrect legal status and in order to have jurisdiction as the SA Corporation it must refer to us as Colourable labels or being Coloured. This connects the dead person to become property owners, slaves and chattel of their corrupt, bogus and fraudulent debt/slave system. By casting your vote and registering as a Coloured person, and not your correct nationality as Aboriginal National Living Freeman, you, therefore, create the deception and false legal standing or legal status as being a slave under the control and ownership of the SA Corporation.
We are thus Aboriginal National Living Freeman forced to be Coloured in this fraudulent and illegal system called the SA Government.
Aboriginal National Living Freeman are Living souls and hence by moving away from the debt /slave system of the SA Corporation, we will not be part of their system, including not paying taxes or being chattel or property of the corrupt and fictitious system.
We are not dead entities like the SA Corporation, as the ID cards showing Aboriginal National Living Freeman makes us free from their system.
We will not need to vote to be placed on their stock exchange as the amorphous and dead Coloured people using Colourable law.
The Applicants Heads of Argument, Khoe and San are Sovereign beings and don’t belong to the SA Corporation or SA Government. Hence we refer to ourselves as Aboriginal National Living Freeman“
Sovereign people may issue their own driver’s licenses and vehicle tags, create and file their own liens against government officials who cross them, question judges about the validity of their oaths and challenge the applicability of traffic laws to them.
The Aboriginal Moors of America pays no taxes or bills to the Corporation and has the rights intact because of having their own flag and nationality including their own ID cards
Moorish sovereign citizens often claim to have special rights because of their “Moorish” status or because they are “indigenous inhabitants” of North America.
indigenous law is not written. It is a system of law that was known to the community, practised and passed on from generation to generation. It is a system of law that has its own values and norms.