The Unanimous Declaration Of The Independence/The Republic Of The 55 Sovereign States Of The United States Of Africa
IN CONGRESS, NOVEMBER 21, 2009:
The Unanimous Declaration
Of The Independence/The Republic Of The 55 Sovereign States Of The United States Of Africa
Theophile Leyamalakoyoh Yockot
President of Congress
(Deputy/Representative from Gabon)
Jean C. Nana Tchokonte
Secretary General of Congress
(Deputy/Representative from Cameroon)
IN CONGRESS NOVEMBER 21, 2009
THE UNANIMOUS DECLARATION
OF THE INDEPENDENCE/REPUBLIC OF
THE 55 SOVEREIGN STATES OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AFRICA
WE THE NATIVE AFRICANS AND THE PEOPLE of the United States of Africa have natural rights and international sovereignty to freely determine our own future and the future of our posterity. Also we have the rights to reunify Africa and to ordain and establish the sovereign independent and indivisible Republic and State of the United States of Africa.
When God created humanity, all human beings are created free, equal and independent in a wonderful earth in which all people will live a happy life. The gift of freedom and the right to life given by God established universal respect for all human kind. This includes the civilization, family, historical origin, race, color, sex and the age. In fact, the refusal for any world government to recognize these natural and modern human rights we force today to establish an absolute separation with the oppressors, pillagers, invaders, violators, tyrants, dictators and those who support them in their inhuman, cruel, greedy, criminality, evils and uncivilized governments and leaders and also to establish the Republic of the United States of Africa.
We, the native Africans and the people of the United States of Africa, own our life and hold these truths to be absolute evidence and a declarative to God and to the whole world that ALL human beings are created free, equal, and independent. However, with different opinions and talents, among these rights are life, freedom, liberty, justice, equality, peace, and the pursuit of happiness. To protect and promote these rights, democratic governments and societies are established with the consent of the people through their representatives. But when any form of government becomes oppressive, dictatorial, and/or destructive, it is the right and power of the people to democratically abolish it and establish a new government based on democratic principles, policies, respect for humankind and human dignity and prosperity for all Africans.
A Government for the People.
BUT, when a perpetual machine of abuses and violations affect our life, development, safety, happiness, peace, and the future of human beings as a free people by God, we have the power and right to change the form of government, international cooperation and relations, and provide a new security for African people, our families and our future. Such has been the long patient suffering of the natives and people of African countries, and such is now the necessary to end all forms of dictatorship, oppression, destruction, inhuman, evils and cruelty in African governments and in illegal international cooperation.
The history of dictatorships, monarchical, greedy and cruel Western European governments, and leaders of France, United Kingdom of Great Britain, China, Italy, The Netherlands (Dutch), Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria, Hungary, Sweden, Norway, United States of America, United Nations, World Bank, International Monetary Fund as well as the history of dictatorships, monarchical greedy and cruel governments and leaders of African countries have led to the total establishment of cruel and tyrannical powers. These absolute atrocities have led to repeated human suffering and abuses upon natives and free people of Africa.
In Order to Support Our Declaration of Independence, Here Is A Presentation of Evidence of Absolute Atrocities and Abuses by World Powers and African Governments
1. The inhuman and illegal colonial treaties and accords signed especially since 1400 not beneficial to African people or governments. Those treaties do not allow fair trade economic and social development or cultural and political advantage for Africans. Those illegal treaties establish an absolute and total power of western European governments and leaders on African governments, presidents and people. They establish and promote tyranny, wars, corruption, ethnic conflicts and violence, injustice, inequality, dictatorship, poverty and human suffering in Africa.
2. The illegal and undemocratic African constitution and declaration of independence written by 1957 by greedy and cruel Western European governments and leaders and United Nations establish the concentration and centralization of powers in the hand of one person who later will become a dictator and despot. The concentration and centralization of powers establish poverty and ethnic conflicts, division and violence, injustice, inequality, dictatorship, authoritarian, oppression and undemocratic governments and leaders and human suffering for all Africans.
3. The lack of sovereignty in African countries. There is no freedom and human rights afforded to the people. No written constitution or declaration of independence for the national agenda. Africa has been too dependent on inhuman and uncivilized Western European governments and leaders.
4. The lack of a balance of powers between the president and elected officials.
5. There is no open market or a central bank for the government to function economically, which has attributed to the devaluation of African currency and value.
6. Illegal military and economic debts owed to foreign countries and institutions.
7. High international taxes and tariffs.
8. Inflated costs for imported goods forced by international banks.
9. Lack of private ownership of property in Africa by Africans.
10. Isolationism of all Africa and its people.
11. African resources are not owned or operated by Africans but by Western European governments, China, Russia and other countries for their self-enrichment.
12. International supplies of illegal weapons to rebels and warlords by Western European and United States government as well as multi-national corporations.
13. Illegal assassination and imprisonment of leaders trying to create stability in African countries.
14. Dictatorships supported by Western European, United States and the United Nations.
15. Ignorance and greed of educated Africans and military in cooperating with the raping of the African society and economy.
16. The lack of scholars and the intelligence for offering a real plan to stabilize African governments.
17. Lack of national, provincial, local budgets, institutions, and governments.
18. Lack of laws and policies protecting African people.
19. Lack of a viable infrastructure to support any national African economic and development system.
20. The lack of democratic and economic institutions and reforms to carry out social, cultural and economic programs.
21. The lack of separation and balance of power, check and balance, decentralization and transparency between national, provincial and local governments. Also between the President, governors, mayors and prefects.
22. The lack of presidential, executive, legislative and judicial powers.
23. The lack of world democratic organization at United Nations to promote global democracy and prosperity.
24. The global dependency of African nations on Western European, United States and the U.N., IMD, World Bank, etc.
25. The total concentration of power in the hands of dictators (African Presidents).
26. The United Nations does not recognize African countries and its people as being independent and free people but as private properties of Western European governments and leaders
27. The lack of civilized leadership in African countries.
28. The lack of common African currency and economic markets to promote development.
29. The lack of constitutional and democratic powers and duties assigned to elected officials (legislators).
30. Today in Africa, more than 50 million people and children have died because of wars, poverty, ethnic violence, conflicts, and preventable diseases. More than 800 million people and children leave with $1 Afro/dollar a day and do not have any future.
31. There is extreme human suffering and poverty in Africa and all over the world in black communities that need change because all human beings are equal and have the right to live better lives.
32. Political, social, and economic systems established in Africa by greedy Western European governments and leaders, through dictatorships and illegal declarations of independence and illegal constitutions have divided and destroyed millions of African families. Separated parents to their children created a parking of millions of orphans, unemployed and suffering people and children. These same dictatorships, oppressed and destructive governments and leaders have established an extreme despaired society in which the real solution is the immediate establishment of one African federal, democratic and republican state and government, the United States of Africa with the main purpose to end poverty, human suffering, wars, ethnic violence and disease throughout the establishment of republican, democratic, federal, state and local democratic governments, societies, institutions, organizations and reform.
33. More than $700 billions of African money have been stolen by its leaders, their families, their entourage, Western European governments and multinational corporations and are deposited in European, Chinese, and American banks.
34. During 600 years of Western European colonization and post-colonization, oppression, slavery, apartheid, illegal cooperation, tyranny and pillage of the African continent, more than $930.8 trillion has been collected through illegal exploitation of human and natural resources, fraud, customs, taxes, misuse of funds and has been transferred to world banks, industrialized nations of Europe, International Monetary Fund, USA, and China today.
35. All Western Europeans, United Nations, and Chinese government and leaders to maintain African presidents in power and human suffering in Africa have established military bases and an army of mercenaries in African countries to wage wars against poor and innocent natives and people of Africa. They pretend that African countries are former European colonies. People of African countries are natives of Africa not former European colonies.
36. Millions of Africans are separated from their families, children, and continent by international inhuman and cruel immigration law.
37. Every day, thousands of African immigrants, desperate and suffering, abandon their families and children and risk their lives, are jailed or die, trying to reach the United States or Western Europe where they believe they can find a better life or freedom.
38. During six hundred years of Western European colonization and post-colonization in Africa, African people and countries have been paying taxes to Western European governments, without representation in their Parliaments.
39. Today, Western European governments have established a new policy in which African Presidents are replaced by their sons and daughters.
In every street and district of African countries there is human suffering, oppression, dictatorship, poverty, unemployment, bloody wars, ethnic conflicts, humiliation, servitude and undemocratic societies. African people and leaders for change have launched democratic campaigns and called for change and reminded the United Nations and inhuman and cruel Western European, African and Chinese governments and leaders about our suffering. They have refused to recognize and reestablish our full rights as Native Africans, human beings and free people.
By declaring our total separation today, we want to hold them and the rest of the world accountable for human rights abuses, long suffering, tyranny, dictatorship and crime against humanity.
WE, THEREFORE, AS NATIVE AFRICANS, THE PEOPLE AND REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AFRICA assembled in the Continental Congress, in the City of Los Angeles, District of Crenshaw, in the Democratic Republic of the United States of America, appealing to God, the Supreme Judge of the World, our judgment and decision as free and good people of these United States of Africa to ordain and establish a sovereign, legal, free, independent, representative, Democratic, Federal, Republican and Indivisible Republic, State and government of the United States of Africa with separation and balance of powers, checks and balances and total division and decentralization of powers, government and institutions. We the native Africans and the people and representatives of the United States of Africa, in order to end poverty, human suffering, the wars, violence against families, women and children, refugees, famine, ethnic conflicts, illegal domination, unsafe, inhuman, and cruel conditions of the people, human rights abuses, undemocratic government and leaders, tyranny, oppression, abuse of power, monarchical regimes and illegal international cooperation, dictatorship, corruption, and illegal imprisonment of African leaders for change, to restore human dignity and the rights of Africans, to establish better, peaceful African societies and a brighter future for all African natives, African people, immigrants including youth, children and our posterities, to establish the common African foreign and national policies as legal political and economic cooperation and development with all foreign countries based on mutual respect, interests, and equal partnership, to define the foreign interests in Africa as the ownership of intellectual, commercial and industrial properties, but not the ownership of African land, people, governments or the country., to establish justice and equality for all, to form the first African government with multi ethnic group presidential cabinet, supreme court and Congress, to establish and promote the African prosperity. To defend and protect the declaration of independence and the Constitution to establish the rights to vote, citizen Bill of Rights, freedom of religion, the rights of candidates, democratic rights, speech and press, the rights to paid taxes, to peaceful assembly, the rights to petition governments for reforms, to have a trial by jury, to competition contracts, appointments, scholarship, to competitive prosperous, peaceful, civilized and democratic society but prohibited to practices against nature. To establish the independence of judiciary, legislative and election system and equal distribution of African wealth and natural resources to the people and their districts. To establish and promote the NDUMU lingual and Arabic as the official and national languages of the United States of Africa. To establish and promote the industrialization, professionalization, modernization and the democratization of the United States of Africa. Equal and full rights of the people, the state and rules of law, to establish African real socialism and capitalism partnership in which the profit is distributed and redistributed among ALL people, to establish universal health care, housing, education, and a job program for ALL, open, transparent, free, competitive and democratic election for ALL, family, parents, women and children’s rights, open, regulated and free economic market, regulated by the government, to promote and enforce decentralization of government’s power and institutions (Democratic institutions), to establish African treasury, market, stock exchange, the African entertainment industry, the Central Bank and corporation as a safe place to invest, and its currency, “the Ossi”, as a new global safe and trading currency/money (economic institutions), to establish the respect for the Constitution of the United States of Africa (the Presidential, Governorship, Mayoralship, Prefetorship, and Congressional Legislative term limits), and to establish a common Democracy, peace, security, stability, and prosperity for all, Africans. We do ordain and establish the independent, sovereign, representative, Federal and Democratic Republic, State and government of the United States of Africa, a federal perpetual, perfect and indivisible union of 55 sovereign African/Ondouaman states comprised of all Ndumu and Arab African states with (the African federal government, states and locals governments), referendums, elections, districts, legislatures, courts, treasuries, investments and democratic institutions.
We, the native and free people of the United States of Africa, solemnly declare, establish, publish and confirm that these United African states are and have the right to be free democratic and independent states with no ties to Western European and African governments. They are totally dissolved from all allegiance to the British, French, Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, Belgium, Netherlands (Dutch), Italian, United Nations and African governments. In fact, all political and illegal connection, treaties, accords, pacts, protocols, signed between the former African countries and the states and governments of France, Great Britain, China, Portugal, Belgium, Spain, the Netherlands (Holland), Italy, Germany, United States of America, African governments, and United Nations are totally dissolved and illegal.
We the people of the United States of Africa totally dissolve all treaties and bilateral agreements/accords, illegal purchase, ownership and sale of African lands, governments and currencies, economic and defense cooperation, signed illegally between former African governments and foreign governments including the Berlin Conference Treaty, the treaty of Windsor, the CFA and the Treaty of Rome. In addition, the Constitution of the United States of Africa and the Declaration of Independence dissolves all treaties signed by traditional tribal chiefs and kings. Such treaties and agreements will be considered illegal and fraudulent. These treaties and agreements were never approved by the African Parliaments or referendums. Finally, these illegal treaties and agreements are the root causes of underdevelopment, undemocratic governments and leaders, poverty, wars, corruption, ethnic conflicts in Africa they establish illegal ownership of Africa by Western European government leadership. The Declaration of the Republic and the Constitution establish the writing of new treaties and accord, approved by African Congress (the National Legislature) and states legislatures, based on equal partnership, joint ventures and stock, mutual respect and interest and equal economic development cooperation with all foreign countries.
The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of Africa re-establish and restore the legal sovereignty, the legal right to pursue the legal ownership of Africa, its land and the right of legal property of land, people to native Africans through the government of United States of Africa. The Declaration of the Republic and the Constitution of the United States of Africa paid a direct amount up to $930.8 trillion to the new government of the United States of Africa for restitution and direct settlement for the 610 years of the colonization, slavery, post colonization, apartheid, poverty, wars and crimes against humanity, and illegal taxes paid to Western European governments by native Africans without a representation to Western European parliaments. The money is legal money by the power of the people of the United States of Africa. The money is deposited to the African National Treasury in the reserve bearing account. The money will be used for the reconstruction, modernization and industrialization of Africa. THEREFORE, AS A FREE AND INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC AND STATE, WE, THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AFRICA HAVE THE SUPREME POWERS AND RIGHTS TO DECLARE OUR NEW NATION, to promote a common defense, economic, social, general welfare, agricultural, environmental, cultural, scientific, technological, industrial and educational development and policy, to establish stability, peace. To establish and declare the Ossi as new global trading and reserve currency with the dollar, the Euro and the Yuan. To regulate, commerce, trade, cooperation and diplomacy with all foreign countries and among the states of the United States of Africa. To establish and promote the public and private cooperation and partnership, to borrow money on the credit of the United States of Africa, to establish the lease of African land by federal government and the sale only of municipal land by states and local governments except ancestral lands. To establish, capitalize and regulate the African currency, Central Bank, regulated free market, stock exchange, to immediately establish the new government of the United States of Africa, the emergency federal, states and local treasuries, budgets, bonds, investment programs, funds, national tax code, sale taxes, property taxes, tax declarations and refund, the reconstruction plan, the equal, fair and legal treaties, bilateral, agreements, trade, economic and defense cooperation with all foreign countries who recognize and respect the sovereignty of the Republic/people of the United States of Africa, to establish the New Republic of United States of Africa as state of law, and litigate state, also, the respect for human rights and dignity and happiness for all people. To guarantee, protect and exercise the international sovereignty of the New Republic of the United States of Africa, of its states, the autonomy of local governments and democratic institutions, regulated free enterprises, public and private partnership, investment programs, big and great ideas and innovations, to promote African democratic, social and economic reforms by tightening the fiscal and monetary policies, opening African economic market to national, domestic and foreign investors/investments, putting trillion dollars support package, reform African financial, corporate and labor market policies, opening Africa to businesses, reform the public and private financial sectors, boosting domestic growth, lending safely trillion dollars to African investors, entrepreneurs and to the national, states and local banks, joining the organization for economic cooperation and development. To establish and promote the African foreign policy based on equal partnership, mutual respect and interests, and global economic cooperation, the African culture, law, society, history, science, engineering and technology. To determine freely our future, solve our problems, contract alliances, print our currency (money), conclude peace, levy taxes, declare wars and do all things and acts that a free and independent state and nation may have the right to do. In order to support this sacred declaration, we the natives and People of the United States of Africa firmly place our trust to God. We mutually pledge to our one free state and nation, people and each other, our blessing, history, life, family, interests, respect, honor, wealth and our great future.
Representative States of the United States of Africa
1. South Africa 28. Somalia
2. Botswana 29. Swaziland
3. Cameroon 30. Zimbabwe
4. Chad 31. Benin
5. Cote d’Ivoire 32. Burundi
6. Ethiopia 33. Central African Republic State
7. Ghana 34. Congo
8. Kenya 35. Democratic/Republic of Congo State
9. Mali 36. Djibouti
10. Niger 37. Eritrea
11. Saotome and Principe 38. Gambia
12. Sierra Leone 39. Guinea Bissau
13. Sudan 40. Liberia
14. Togo 41. Malawi
15. Zambia 42. Mauritius
16. Angola 43. Namibia
17. Burkina Faso 44. Rwanda
18. Cape Verde 45. Seychelles
19. Comoros 46. Tanzania
20. Equatorial Guinea 47. Uganda
21. Gabon 48. Egypt
22. Guinea 49. Libya
23. Lesotho 50. Tunisia
24. Madagascar 51. Algeria
25. Mozambique 52. Morocco
26. Nigeria 53. Mauritania
27. Senegal 54. Saharawi Democratic Republic State
55. South Soudan State
DONE IN CONGRESS BY THE UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF REPRESENTATIVES OF AFRICAN COUNTRIES (STATES) PRESENT. THE 21st DAY OF NOVEMBER IN THE YEAR OF GOD TWO THOUSAND AND NINE OF OUR DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.
As Representatives whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names and power.
Theophile Leyamalakoyoh Yockot
President of Continental Congress
(Deputy/Representative from Gabon)
Jean C. Nana Tchokonte
Secretary General of Continental Congress
(Deputy/Representative from Cameroon)
These are lists of some of the important world documents and information and research that have helped us to create and to write the Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the Republic and the State of the United States of Africa and to prepare and achieve the unification of Africa in one Democratic State.
In fact, a lot of information here has been used and borrowed to compose these important documents. Also, if you believe that your ideas have been used, please contact Theophile Leyamalakoyoh Yockot, President of the Constitutional Convention, (Deputy/Representative from Gabon) at (323) 962-3440.
Los Angeles Times
New York Times
The World Almanac
The Constitution of the United States (by Floyd G. Gullop)
California Real Estate Finances
Investor’s Business Magazine
Jeune Afrique Magazine
Los Angeles Daily News
U.S. News and World Report Magazine
Los Angeles Sentinel
African Business Magazine
The Africa Report Magazine
The New African Magazine
New African Woman Magazine
United Nations Constitution
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Black Enterprise Magazine
The functioning of the governments of the United States, Britain, Canada, and Japan.
The Constitution of the State of California, the Municipal Code of the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, and the City of Santa Monica.
We also researched many other books, too numerous to mention here.