STOP SOUTH AFRICAN GENOCIDE | Mel Ve & Karin Smith talk to Professor Winston P. Nagan | 26 September 2017 @ 7pm GMT.
Winston P. Nagan is a Samuel T. Dell Research Scholar Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. He is also Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the World Academy of Art and Science.
J.S.D. Yale Law School
M.C.L. Duke Law School
LL.M. Duke Law School
M.A. Oxford University
B.A., with honors, Oxford University
B.A. University of South Africa (Fort Hare)
Join Mel & Karin for STOP SOUTH AFRICAN GENOCIDE on Conscious Consumer Network, as they talk to Professor Nagan, who is South African and of Khoisan descent, about the recent historical move by the Khoisan King.
On 24 September 2017, history was made as the King Cornelius III, the King of the Original people’s of South Africa, being the Khoisan Nation, stepped forward to end the suffering and free the people of South Africa, from the oppressive African National Congress (ANC) government.
Conscious Consumer Network was LIVE at the ceremony and broadcast the entire event, where a succession ceremony was held at the castle in Cape Town, South Africa, and the United States of Good Hope was brought into effect by with the Declaration for Immediate Secession by King Khoebaha Cornelius III, the rightful king of the Royal House of the Khoisan Nation, the first and only indigenous people to southern Africa. Under this treaty, an agreement was set in place for a new government set up with the Eurokaner Nation, the Afrikaner Nation and the Coloured Nation. In this declaration it was established that the gross violations of human rights by the African National Congress government against the people of South Africa, justified the immediate withdrawing from the Republic of South Africa, by excercising the rights that exist under International Law, African Union and United Nations laws.
Many people have been wondering about the legitimacy and lawfulness of this bold political move by King Cornelius, so we are delighted to speak with a Professor of Law about this, to discuss the issues and how it will play out.