In this video by Anton Paul we see an address by the King of the Khoi people, King Cornelius III. On 24 September 2017 the king declared the ‘Sovereign State of Good Hope.’ The King is the rightful custodian of all Khoisan land and he explains what this means and what the plans are moving forward. Of course mainstream media isn’t covering this story and through this medium the full story gets exposure. He discusses how it is not possible for the ANC, EFF, BFLF and other groups to take away land that was not theirs to begin with in the first place. This new country, a Sovereign State, is governed by GOD.

His invitation to minority groups to join him in this endeavour has been welcomed by many. One would have to sign an allegiance to this new country. He states that people suffered under apartheid and now again are suffering under the reversed apartheid. Enough is Enough.

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Khoi King Khoebaha III declares the ‘Sovereign State of Good Hope’

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