Note to Readers

Summary of Ecology of Peace Problem Solving: The problems of poverty, unemployment, war, crime, violence, food shortages, food price increases, inflation, police brutality, political instability, loss of civil rights, vanishing species, garbage and pollution, urban sprawl, traffic jams, toxic waste, racism, sexism, Nazism, Islamism, feminism, Zionism etc; are the ecological overshoot consequences of humans living in accordance to a Masonic War is Peace international law social contract that provides humans the ‘right to breed and consume’ with total disregard for ecological carrying capacity limits.

Ecology of Peace factual reality: 1. Earth is not flat; 2. Resources are finite; 3. When humans breed or consume above ecological carrying capacity limits, it results in resource conflict; 4. If individuals, families, tribes, races, religions, and/or nations want to reduce class, racial and/or religious local, national and international resource war conflict; they should cooperate to implement an Ecology of Peace international law social contract that restricts all the worlds citizens to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; to sustainably protect and conserve natural resources.

EoP v WiP NWO negotiations are documented at MILED Clerk Notice.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Concourt 23-10: RH Amicus: [V] Radical Honesty: Culture and Religion, or Refugee Status?




V. RADICAL HONESTY: CULTURE & RELIGION, OR REFUGEE STATUS?

(Excerpts from White Refugee Amicus to Concourt)


“To clarify, “religion” as I use it here does not refer to a system that has necessarily to do with a concept of God or with idols or even to a system of perceived religion, but to any group-shared system of thought and action that offers the individual a frame of orientation and an object of devotion.

A religion may be conducive to the development of destructiveness or of love, of domination or of solidarity; it may further their power to reason or paralyze it. The question is not one of religion or not? but of which kind of religion? – whether it is one that furthers human development, the unfolding of specifically human powers, or one that paralyzes human growth.

Thus, our religious attitude is an aspect of our character structure, for we are what we are devoted to, and what we are devoted to is what motivates our conduct.” [208]



A. Radical Honesty Culture of Forgiveness Banned in SA Multi-Culture Courts


80. First Amicus is currently serving a 6 month prison sentence, suspended for 3 years, for crimen injuria, for allegedly having insulted the dignity of a politician, by expressing her honest sincere Radical honesty opinion about the politicians behavior, privately, to her face, in five SMS’s, which included the alleged ‘crimen injuria’ word: ‘Kaffir’.

81. First Amicus use of the word ‘Kaffir’ is, and has been generally in accordance with its original etymological meaning: The word Kaafir comes from the root verb Kafara, which means ‘cover’. It was originally used before Islam, in the Arabic language, to describe farmers, when they bury a seed in the ground and cover it with soil in their planting process, and came to mean ‘a person who hides or covers the truth’. Muslims altered it to mean ‘a person who hides or covers the truth about Islam’. Johnstone’s allegation that SA politicians ‘know the truth about the irresponsible planting of semen seeds in women’s wombs, and the resource war consequences of overpopulation colliding with scarce resources; but who cover up such information.’

82. The Politician, Mrs. Patricia de Lille filed a charge of ‘crimen injuria’. Johnstone was subsequently (a) illegally arrested, without a valid arrest warrant (18 July 2007)[209]; (b) denied right to appear in court within 24 hours of arrest (19 July 2007)[210]; (c) illegally detained for 33 days in Pollsmoor prison (18 July – 22 Aug 2007)[211]; (c) denied right to information (alleged Arrest Warrant) to defend her rights (18 July 2007 to present)[212]; (d) denied impartial investigating Officer, Prosecutor and Magistrate (18 July to present)[213]; (e) framed in court by Investigating Officer and Prosecutor who intentionally withheld critical evidence of innocence (cellphone conversations with plaintiff) from the court; (f) framed by Magistrate who ignored the fact of Plaintiff Politician committing perjury on affidavit and witness stand; (g) denied valid legal internationally recognized Political Necessity[214] defence; (h) denied right to present expert witness evidentiary testimony (Dr. Leonard Horowitz[215] and Dr. Brad Blanton[216]); (i) denied right to not be found guilty of an act that is ‘lawful’ (i.e. as per ‘reasonableness’ test)[217]; (j) denied right to withdraw formal admissions if Prosecution breach the ‘Formal Admission/Plea’ Agreement[218]; (k) denied right not to be sentenced to a suspended prison sentence for an act that the law says is ‘lawful’[219]; (l) denied right to file a complaint with the police documenting her persecution[220], for their investigation; (m) although the Registrar has approved her In Forma Pauperis application[221, Braam Swart & Partners declined to represent her for reasons of ‘complexity of legal argument’[222]. She has been unable to find one attorney willing to represent her[223], to practice her culture: tell the truth. All require her to lie.

83. Although the Prosecutor, Magistrate and Johnstone all belonged to different cultures, the Magistrate refused to consider that politically correct Afrikaner or African interpretations are not prima facie applicable[224], different definitions and meanings for the alleged insulting[225] word -- kaffir[226] -- in addition to ‘dignity’, ‘respect’, than his cultural definition. For example: In Smit NO and Others v King Goodwill Zwelithini Kabhekuzulu and Others[227] Judge Nic van Reyden of the Kwa-Zulu Natal High Court, ruled in favour of the revived Zulu cultural practice of barehanded killing of a bull at the Ukweshwama festival, satisfied with the evidence of cultural expert Professor Jabulani Mapalala[228], who said that the animal’s death was quick, unpainful and that no blood was shed. (Others disagreed[229]: Mapalala’s expert witness testimony contradicts Chief Mlaba (not submitted to the court), as quoted in an ANC newsletter of December 1995, that: “We must use our bare hands, It’s cruelty, we agree, but it’s our culture. We cannot change our culture.”[230]). Johnstone’s Magistrate lacked the philosophical or psychological courage or judicial impartiality[231] to enquire into Radical Honesty culture’s practices, as detailed by her expert witness. [232]

84. This was the second time, a TRC multi-culture SA Magistrate refused to apply the Radical Honesty practices[233] and Bolam test to the reasonableness of ‘Kaffir’ free speech. On 31 January 2003, Johnstone accused Afrikaner Magistrate ADS Meyer of being a ‘white Kaffir’ (white truth concealer/deceiver), and African Prosecutor Sipoyo a ‘black Kaffir’ (black truth concealer/deceiver), for their refusal to follow due process practices in response to Johnstone’s Complaint to NPA regarding the Africanization of the Public Service[234], and demanding the same ethical standard of service from blacks as whites: Questionable Qualifications and Understanding of Fundamental Legal Concepts displayed by George Prosecutor Ms. Sipoyo, in Case # C-572-2002: Lara Johnstone (Johnson)[235].

85. Johnstone was summarily convicted on 3 counts of Contempt in Facie Curiae, and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment. Johnstone was denied parole, and served her full 12 months sentence. Both the NPA and Chief Justice Hlope refused to place the Appeal (HC-WC: A 696-04, leave granted on 16 February 2004, by Regional Magistrate VA Botha[236]), on the roll for hearing in the Cape High Court.[237]

[209] 08-12-28: S v. Johnstone: Incomplete Further Particulars; Letter to Senior Prosecutor [PDF]

[210] 08-12-28: S v. Johnstone: Incomplete Further Particulars; Letter to Senior Prosecutor [PDF]

[211] 08-12-28: S v. Johnstone: Incomplete Further Particulars; Letter to Senior Prosecutor [PDF]

[212] 08-12-28: S v. Johnstone: Incomplete Further Particulars; Letter to Senior Prosecutor [PDF]

[213] Respectively: Ibid, Ibid, and Notice of Intention: Application for Leave and for Judicial Review: ITO § 309B (1)) & 304A of Criminal Procedure Act (“CPA”); with § 24(1) of the Supreme Court Act [PDF]

[214] Civil Disobedience and Necessity Defence by Pierce Law Review [PDF]

[215] Affidavit of Leonard George Horowitz evidencing the Origin of AIDS sourcing from Hepatitus B Vaccine experiments conducted by Agents and Agencies of the Federal Government of the United States of America and the Merck Pharmaceutical Company; [PDF]

[216] Blanton, Brad Ph.D: Reasonableness Test Radical Honesty Skills & Competencies Affidavit [PDF]

[217] Blanton, Brad Ph.D: Reasonableness Test Radical Honesty Skills & Competencies Affidavit [PDF]

[218] Notice of Intention: Correct Record: Withdraw Formal Admissions [PDF]

[219] Blanton, Brad Ph.D: Reasonableness Test Radical Honesty Skills & Competencies Affidavit [PDF]

[220] Complaint to the SAPS: (i) Senior Pros. Jacobs, NPA: WC, Obstruction of Justice, Persecution and Corruption [PDF] (II) Hon. P. de Lille, MP; ID: Perjury, Fraud, Corruption, & Persecution [PDF]

[221] 09-10-13: HC-WC: In Forma Pauperis Proceedings Referral to Braam Swart Partners [PDF]

[222] 10-02-10: Braam Swart & Partners: In FormaPauperis Proceedings: L Johnstone [PDF]

[223] 09-10-28: Cape Bar & Intn'l Bar Assoc: Pro Bono Comm: Re: HC-WC In Forma Pauperis (Crimen Injuria) Review Application; RE: Freedom of Speech Political and Cultural Rights, or Secession?; [PDF]

[224] Ex parte Minister of Native Affairs: In re Yako v Beyi 1948 (1) SA 388 (A) at 397.

[225] Unlike a rose, ‘kaffir’ does NOT smell the same to black and white, by Sandile Memela, Mail & Guardian, February 26th, 2008; “Kaffirs do exist! The biggest sin will always be: Who says it!.... The use of the K-word is something that most white guilt whites still need to discuss with their psychiatrists… the meaning of any word is not in the word itself, but in people’s heads”; refernced in Legal Argument: G. Decoding Kaffir: Prevailing Norms of Society, copy to Cape Bar Pro Bono Committee; Request: for Impartial Record Keeping of Documentation: State v. Johnstone: Legal Argument, dated 11 August 2009 [PDF]

[226] First Amicus Radical Honesty Cultural & Religious Definition for ‘Kaffir’ in this instance was the original etymological meaning for the word ‘Kaffir’ namely, from the root verb Kafara, which means ‘cover’. Used before Islam, in the Arabic language, to describe farmers, when they bury a seed in the ground and cover it with soil in their planting process, to mean ‘a person who hides or covers the truth’. In
this Radical Honesty context it was used to accuse SA politicians of ‘knowing the truth about the irresponsible planting of semen seeds in women’s wombs, and the resource war consequences of overpopulation colliding with scarce resources; who covers up such information’.

[227] Smit NO and Others v King Goodwill Zwelithini Kabhekuzulu and Others (10237/2009) [2009] ZAKZPHC 75 (4 December 2009)

[228] Mkhize: Bull-killing ruling promotes cultural tolerance, Mail and Guardian, 04 December 2009; Court Clears Ritual, Bare Handed Killing of a Bull – Does the Judgement Threaten Wider Environmental Problems?, by Dave Harcourt, Eco-Localizer, 6 Dec 2009; S. African Judge Compares Zulu Bull-Killing to Holy Communion, by C Szabo, 2 Dec 2009, Digital Journal; [PDF]

[229] Culture no excuse for cruelty: How soon before we start burning witches again?; Justice Malala, Sunday Times, 6 Dec 2009: “The argument put forward was that this bull must suffer because my ancestors made animals suffer. The argument is, with all due respect, stupid: my ancestors had not read the work of JM Coetzee and were not on Facebook. I know that I know more than they did, and that my practices must of necessity differ with theirs.” [PDF]

[230] ANC Daily News Briefing, Monday 11 December 1995: Zulu King revives ceremonies to build support, Sapa-AP, 10 December 1995; Court Clears Ritual, Bare Handed Killing of a Bull – Does the Judgement Threaten Wider Environmental Problems?, by Dave Harcourt, Eco- Localizer, 6 December 2009 [PDF]

[231] Ex parte Minister of Native Affairs: In re Yako v Beyi 1948 (1) SA 388 (A) at 397

[232] Blanton, Brad Ph.D: Reasonableness Test Radical Honesty Skills & Competencies Affidavit [PDF]

[233] Gray v Stead [1999] 2 Lloyd’s Rep 559

[234] 1964-01-10: ICJ: Counter-Memorial of SA (Book I-IV) p.455: “The Africanization of the Public Service has been a prolific source of dissatisfaction in many African States and territories. The newly independent territories in Africa have generally embarked on a more-orless ambitious programme of “Africanizing” their Public Service; that is, replacing European or Indian personnel with Africans. The
inevitable effect of this process has been to reduce the standard of efficiency of the service.”

[235] Questionable Qualifications and Understanding of Fundamental Legal Concepts displayed by George Prosecutor Ms. Sipoyo, in Case # C-572-2002: Lara Johnstone (Johnson), dated 22 July 2002; and RE: Complaint dated 22 July 2002, Re: George Prosecutor’s Office in Case # C572-2002: Lara Johnstone (Johnson) [PDF]

[236] 06-06-17 HC-CPD A 696-04: HoA: S.4.1 (A) Chronology of Facts [File]

[237] HC-WC: Appeal A 696-04: Heads of Argument: [File]






B. 40 SA Media: Endorse Legal and Political Persecution of RH White Refugee

86. In February 2010, First Amici contacted 140 of SA’s political, academic and media elite, to provide them with a copy of Radical Honesty author, ‘Dr. Truth’ psychologist and ‘Honesty in Politics’ Candidate for US Congress in 2004 and 2006, Dr. Blanton’s Affidavit[238] filed in the HC-WC -19963-09, with a summary of his findings:
  1. If South Africa does not value non-violent civil disobedience free speech dissent, as one of its hallmarks; then it is not a democratic country.

  2. Hon. Mrs. De Lille and the NPA Senior Prosecutor conducted a political and legal prosecution and persecution campaign against [Johnstone].

  3. The law of crimen injuria is a law so ridiculous; it appears to date back to a belief in curses from witchdoctors. Put differently, any society that values the principle of 'crimen injuria' (I think, I am unique); is one that values protecting the right of people with fragile ego's to not be offended as more important, than protecting the right of Galileo's and Voltaire's to offend.

  4. The South African government are deliberately and intentionally punishing defendant for practicing her non-violent culture and religion of Radical Honesty.

  5. The South African government are deliberately and intentionally denying defendant her right to a defence; and ignoring the justification and accuracy of her non-violent civil disobedience political necessity defence.

  6. That there is a significant difference between posed forgiveness and real forgiveness and that this difference is almost always avoided by politicians, including South Africa’s alleged Truth and Reconciliation politicians. Put differently: S. Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation was not real & sincere; but fake & posed; a political fraud committed against SA citizens.

87. First Amicus requested a comment regarding among others whether they (a) objected to Johnstone’s legal and political persecution and prosecution[239], (b) endorsed or supported Johnstone’s right to non-violent Radical Honesty Freedom of Speech:

88. Sowetan Sun: Editor: Charles Mogale: 26 February 2010:
‘I have taken the time to read Dr Blanton's offering and regret that I am not able to offer any opion on his views. I do not feel aptly qualified to proffer any opinion as, you will appreciate, ours is a tabloid publication which does not cover the subjects he raises.’[240]

89. Beeld: Editor: Tim du Plessis: 25 February 2010:
“Kindly be informed that I am not going to comment on the questions/issues raised in you letter. There will be no further correspondence or liaison in this matter.”[241]

90. 3rd Degree: Exec. Producer: Deborah Patta: 03 March 2010:
“3rd degree is an investigative current affairs programme not a public elected body with a responsibility to comment on issues. All comment from e.news and current affairs falls under the head of news as pointed out in a previous e-mail.”[242]

91. Business Day: Editor: Peter Bruce, 23 February 2010:
“I didn't read all of it, because it was so long and so demented. So, I don't have any reply or any comment. I don't want to have anything to do with it. Sorry”[243]

92. Daily News: Editor: Alan Dunn: 25 February 2010:
“Mr Alan Dunn, Editor, Daily News, will not be commenting on Free Speech Legal Issue. Any response on the Huntley case will be in our editorial column.”[244]

93. Mail and Guardian: Editors: Keith Nichols & Mathew Burbidge: 22 February 2010:
Mr. Nichols stated that he had “No Comment” to the issues raised by American politician and author, Dr. Brad Blanton’s allegations of South African State’s Political and legal prosecution and persecution of non-violent civil disobedience Free Speech dissenter in South Africa. Asked whether it would be fair to say whether Mr. Nichols choice not to make any comment on the issue, demonstrated that he did not care about the Free Speech issues raised, he said he was not going to comment. Asked whether it would be fair to conclude that his statement of No Comment, reflected that he did not care about a South African citizen's being politically and legally prosecuted and persecuted. He again responded that he was not going to comment, with “I am not going to comment on that, okay,” and put down the phone.[245]

94. Saturday Star: Editor: Brendan Seery: 26 February 2010:
“I would much prefer deliberate indifference.”

95. In Johnstone’s follow up confirmation of comment letter, (Confirmation of [News Organisation’s Name] Negligent and/or Deliberate Indifference to Radical Honesty Free Speech Legal Issue), she had informed Editors:
Your response is one of negligent or deliberate indifference. The term ‘negligent and/or deliberate indifference’ is used to describe your actions as follows: Prior to the Receipt of this Confirmation, you have made no effort whatsoever to (a) contact me to enquire for more information to make an informed comment; and/or (b) at least honourably and professionally notify me of your Deliberate Indifferent “No comment.”

It is assumed that your motivations for aforementioned behaviour of negligent or deliberate indifference are a result of your, or your organisation’s, deliberate indifference to certain people of certain ethnicities and/or ideologies and/or cultures and/or religions being politically and legally persecuted and prosecuted; and that I, Lara Johnstone fit one or more of those particular ethnic, ideological, cultural or religious categories, towards whom you are deliberately indifferent.

In the event that aforementioned assumption is incorrect; please clarify your intentions for your negligent and/or deliberate indifference; so that I may accurately state your reasons for your negligent and/or deliberate indifference.

96. Consequently Mr. Seery’s ‘Deliberate Indifference’ is defined as follows:
“Deliberate Indifference: Brendan Seery (Editor: Saturday Star) is deliberately indifferent to certain people of certain ethnicities and/or ideologies and/or cultures and/or religions being politically and legally persecuted and prosecuted; and you fit one or more of those particular ethnic, ideological, cultural or religious categories, towards whom, Saturday Star is deliberately indifferent.”[246]

97. The following Editors share Mr. Seery’s “Deliberate Indifference” definition: 702 Radio: Manager: Ms. Pheladi Gwangwa: 01 Mar 2010[247]; Die Burger: Editor: Henry Jeffereys: 27 Feb 2010[248]; Cape Argus: Editor: Chris Witfield: 26 Fe 2010[249]; Cape Times: Editor: Alide Dasnois: 26 Feb 2010[250]: The Citizen: Editor: Martin Williams: 26 Feb 2010[251]; City Press: Editor: Ferial Haffajee: 26 February 2010[252]; Daily Maverick: Brkic Branco: 26 February 2010[253]; Daily Sun: Editor: Themba Khumalo: 02 March 2010[254]; Daily Dispatch: Editor: Andrew Trench: 26 Feb 2010[255]; E-News: Head of News: Patrick Conroy: 04 March 2010[256]; Financial Mail: Editor: Barney Mthombothi: 26 Feb 2010[257]; Finweek: Editor: Colleen Naude: 26 February 2010[258]; George Herald: Editor: Mandi Botha: 26 February 2010[259]; The Herald: Editor: Jeremy McCabe: 26 February 2010[260]; Ind. on Saturday: Editor: Trevor Bruce: 26 Feb 2010[261]; Pretoria News: Editor: Zingisa Mkhuma: 26 February 2010[262]; Rapport: Editor: Lisa Albrecht: 26 February 2010[263]; SA Press Assoc.: Ed.: Mark van der Velden: 26 Feb 2010[264]; Sowetan: Editor: Bongani Keswa: 03 March 2010[265]; The Star: Editor: Moegsien Williams: 26 February 2010[266]; Sunday Ind.: Editor: Makhudu Sefara: 26 February 2010[267]; Sunday Times: Editor: Ray Hartley: 26 February 2010[268]; Sunday Tribune: Editor: Philani Mgwaba: 26 Feb 2010[269]; Volksblad: Editor: Ainsley Moos: 26 February 2010[270]; Freedom of Expression Inst: Dir. M. Moore: 11/03/2010[271]; Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities: Rev. Wesley Mabuza: 26 February 2010[272]:
Deliberate Indifference: [SANEF Editors, FXI Exec. Director, et al] are deliberately indifferent to certain people of certain ethnicities and/or ideologies and/or cultures and/or religions being politically and legally persecuted and prosecuted; and Lara Johnstone fit one or more of those particular ethnic, ideological, cultural or religious categories, towards whom, SANEF and FXI are deliberately indifferent.

98. Johnstone also informed Applicant, all SANEF Editors and FXI, that:
Please Note: No offence is taken from your decision to act with Negligent or Deliberate Indifference towards this matter. I most certainly would not want your Human Rights/Fourth Estate organisation to pretend to be concerned about my status as a legally and politically persecuted SA citizen; when in fact you couldn’t care less. It is better for me to be clear about which organisation, if any, are concerned about me being legally and politically persecuted, and which couldn’t care less.

If none, and I apply for asylum with a foreign country, as a result of SA civil society’s negligent and/or deliberate indifference towards my political and legal persecution and prosecution; please do not be offended.

99. On 17 Mar 2010, Johnstone notified[273] Honourable Jason Kenney, Min. of Citizenship and Immigration, Canada, that 140 of SA elite endorse minority persecution in SA. On 21 March 2010 Johnstone launched Right of Return for African White Refugees and Jus Sanguinis Right of Return to Holland, for Boer-Afrikaners as a Facebook community and group; and on 21 April 2010, she contacted Dutch Representative Mr. Geert Wilders in Req: Freedom Party Help for African White Refugees who are descendants of Dutch Citizens.[274]

100. On 23 April 2010, Algemene Dagblad Editor Mr. Casper Naber reported in Bange Zuid Afrikanen Vragen Wulders om Hulp[275] that Mr. Kees van der Staaij, leader of the SGP conservative protestant party stated:
The Netherlands has 'a very special responsibility towards the often very religious South Africans of Dutch descent…. The violence against whites in South Africa in a large problem. If they are targeted by violence, they should also be accepted as asylum-seekers in the Netherlands… If those people do not feel safe in their own country and want to settle here in The Netherlands, our country should consider those requests with a positive approach….


[238] Blanton, Brad Ph.D: Reasonableness Test Radical Honesty Skills & Competencies Affidavit [PDF]

[239] Immigration and Refugee (IRB) Ruling by Mr. William Davis: Case MA8-04910: Brandon Huntley

[240] Request Sowetan Sunday World Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue: [PDF]

[241] Request Beeld’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue [PDF]

[242] Request 3rd Degree Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[243] Request Business Day’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[244] Request Daily News Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[245] Request Mail & Guardian’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[246] Request Saturday Star Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[247] Request 702 Radio’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[248] Request Die Burger Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[249] Request Cape Argus Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[250] Request Cape Times Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[251] Request The Citizen Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[252] Request City Press Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue: [PDF]

[253] Request Daily Maverick’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[254] Request Daily Sun Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[255] Request Daily Dispatch Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[256] Request E-News Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[257] Request Financial Mail Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[258] Request Finweek Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[259] Request George Herald Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[260] Request The Herald’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[261] Request Independent on Saturday Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[262] Request Pretoria News Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[263] Request Rapport Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[264] Request SAPA Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[265] Request Sowetan Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[266] Request The Star’s Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[267] Request Sunday Independent Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[268] Request Sunday Times Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[269] Request Sunday Tribune Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[270] Request Volksblad Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[271] Request Freedom of Expression Inst. Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue. [PDF]

[272] Request Commission… Official Comment on Free Speech Legal Issue [PDF]

[273] For the Record Memo: ‘Beyond Milgram Belief’: 140 SA Editors, Politicians, Academics confirm they are Deliberately Indifferent to the Rule-of-Law; have No Objections to persecution of ‘Radical Honesty White Refugee’ (“RHWR”) [PDF]

[274] Friday, April 23, 2010: White Refugee: Help Asseblief Graaf Wilders & Royal Familie, Nederlands: Jus Sanguinis Right of Return to Holland, for Boer-Afrikaners... [PDF]

[275] Friday, April 23, 2010: White Refugee: Help Asseblief Graaf Wilders & Royal Familie, Nederlands; Ibid





CONCLUSION: TRC SOCIAL CONTRACT: A FRAUDULENT PR PUBLICITY STUNT?



101. Radical Honesty Population Policy Common Sense Social Contract[276]: should be (a) unequivocally understood and practiced by the common man, committed and capable of the honourable non-violent resolution of disagreements, except where clear consensual code of conduct for violent resolutions is agreed upon; (b) legislated in accordance with Laws of Sustainability[277] (The Essential Exponential! For the Future of our Planet[278]), fully cognizant of Bouldings origins of socio-economic misery theorems:

1st Theorem: "The Dismal Theorem"- If the only ultimate check on the growth of population is misery, then the population will grow until it is miserable enough to stop its growth.

2nd Theorem: "The Utterly Dismal Theorem" - This theorem states that any technical improvement can only relieve misery for a while, for so long as misery is the only check on population, the [technical] improvement will enable population to grow, and will soon enable more people to live in misery than before.

3rd Theorem: "The moderately cheerful form of the Dismal Theorem" - If something else, other than misery and starvation, can be found which will keep a prosperous population in check, the population does not have to grow until it is miserable and starves, and it can be stably prosperous.


[276] Chapter 9: Radical Honesty About Anger: [PDF] & [PDF]

[277] Reflections on Sustainability, Population Growth, and the Environment, by Albert Bartlett, Ph.D., Paper first published in Population & Environment, Vol. 16, No. 1, Sep 1994, pp. 5-35; (1998) [PDF]

[278] The Essential Exponential! For the Future of Our Planet features reprints of Dr. Bartlett’s papers, published by the University of
Nebraska at Lincoln in. [PDF]





RELIEF: RECOGNIZE RADICAL HONESTY, IMPLEMENT CHOICE OF LAW RULES



“The main difference between the corporate media and Pravda is that the Soviet citizens knew they were being lied to. We no longer have a free press. We have a brainwashing machine stuck on spin.” – Steve Bhaerman, How We Can Break the Soundless Barrier and Bring Down the Irony Curtain


102. Confirmation that Radical Honesty is a religion/culture, not a refugee status.[279]

103. Acknowledge that forgiveness, closure, ubuntu, amnesty, truth, reconciliation, interpreted in accordance to Radical Honesty definitions, renders the TRC social contract: A TRC Fraud: ‘Crime of Apartheid’ Falsification of History;

104. Acknowledge that the absence of multi-cultural legal definitions (let alone choice of law rules) for many TRC social contract’s foundational multi-cultural concepts –- forgiveness, closure, reconciliation, ubuntu, -- eliminates any Non-Descartian[280] (I am, therefore I think) citizens ‘right to certainty in TRC ‘rainbow jurisprudence’[281] administration of justice’[282].

105. Issue a judgement requiring that relevant choice of law rules (where two or more conflicting legal systems aims have to be met) be implemented: to give detailed guidance to courts and citizens on the application of cultural laws; eg. where and when is a defendant to be treated as a member of a particular cultural community in which particular practices, are cultural rights and obligations obtained, allowing sufficient flexibility to cater for the peculiarities of individual cases.

LARA JOHNSTONE, Pro Se
Propria Persona / Litigant in Person
George, Southern Cape
18 July 2010


[279] Ex parte Minister of Native Affairs: In re Yako v Beyi. 1948 (1) SA 388 (A) at 397.

[280] See: Non-Descartian/Radical Honesty (I am, therefore I think) Worldview. Ibid

[281] Alfred Cockrell ‘Rainbow Jurisprudence’ (1996) 12 SAJHR 1.

[282] Van der Vyver (1982) 15 CILSA 312-14


Expert Witness Affidavits & Written Statements of Consent:


Brad Blanton for Congress: Campaign: Honesty in Politics
  • Brad Blanton, Ph.D: Practicing Radical Honesty, Futilitarianism; i.e. Radical Honesty about Anger and Forgiveness; Paradigms and Contexts (PDF]

  • T. Michael Maher, Ph.D: How and Why Journalists Avoid the Population-Environment Connection and Media Framing and Salience of the Population Issue (PDF]

  • Brad Blanton, Ph.D: legal, psych. & socio-political ‘citizens privilege’, Nuremberg Principles skills & competencies of Individual Responsibility, required for acts of civil disobedience…; application to common law ‘reasonableness test (PDF]




TABLE OF AUTHORITIES

Multicultural Substantive Due Process: Minorities, Clarity, Impartiality, Conflict of Interest, etc.

  • Opinion of Weeramantry J in the Case Concerning the Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project (Hungary v Slovakia) (1998) 37 International Legal Materials 162 206. (PDF)

  • United States v. Carolene Products Co. , 304 U.S. 144 (1938) (PDF)

  • Lithgow & others v. United Kingdom (1986) * EHRR 329 § 110 (PDF)

  • R v Sussex Justices, Ex parte McCarthy ([1924] 1 KB 256, [1923] All ER 233) (PDF)

  • Smit NO and Others v King Goodwill Zwelithini Kabhekuzulu and Others (10237/2009) [2009] ZAKZPHC 75 (4 December 2009) (PDF)

  • Sandra Lovelace v. Canada, Communication No. R.6/24 (29 December 1977), U.N. Doc. Supp. No. 40 (A/36/40) at 166 (1981). (PDF)

  • International Court of Justice: South West Africa Cases: (Ethiopia v. South Africa; Liberia v. South Africa) Second Phase, Judgement of 18 July 1966; Counter-Memorials of South Africa (ICJ Docket)

  • Ex parte Minister of Native Affairs: In re Yako v Beyi 1948 (1) SA 388 (A) at 397.

  • The Truth About The Truth Commission, Anthea Jeffery, SA Inst. Race Relations (SAIRR), 1999 (PDF)

  • Assessment of the Probable Results of Activities of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) as perceived by Former Chiefs of the SADF IRO the SADF, by SA Defence Force Contact Bureau (PDF)

  • Immigration and Refugee (IRB) Ruling by Mr. William Davis: Case MA8-04910: Brandon Huntley (PDF)


Reasonableness Test: Culture Practices of Necessity Nonviolence Skills, Capabilities

  • Bolam v. Friern Hospital Management Committee [1957] 1 WLR 582; [1957] 2 All ER 118 (PDF)

  • Daborn v Bath Tramways [1946] 2 All ER 333; Watt v Hertfordshire County Council [1954] 2 All ER 368; Gray v Stead [1999] 2 Lloyd's Rep 559; Philips v William Whiteley [1938] 1 All ER 566.

  • Civil Disobedience and the Necessity Defense, by John Alan Cohan, UCLA; Pierce Law Review (PDF).


Ecolaw 101: ‘Sine Qua Non’ for all Rights: Environment, Sustainability, Carrying Capacity

  • Opinion of Weeramantry J in the Case Concerning the Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project (Hungary v Slovakia) (1998) 37 International Legal Materials 162 206.(PDF)

  • Van Huyssteen NO v Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism 1995 9 BCLR 1191 (C)

  • Proposed Legal Principles for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development, adopted by the WCED Experts Group on Environmental Law, WCED Our Common Future (1987) 348

  • World Population Plan of Action: adopted at the UN World Population Conference at Bucharest in August, 1974; Appendix 1 to Life and Death of NSSM 200 (PDF)

  • How and Why Journalists Avoid the Population-Environment Connection, by T. M. Maher, Univ. of SW Louisiana, Pop. and Environment, Vol 18, No 4, Mar 1977. (PDF)

  • World Scientists Warning to Humanity, issued 18 November 1992, issued by 1700 leading scientists from 70 countries, including 102 Nobel Prize laureates in Science. (PDF)

  • Al Bartlett: (i) Arithmetic of Growth: Methods of Calculation I (PDF); (ii) Arithmetic of Growth: Methods of Calculation II (PDF); (iii) Arithmetic, Population and Energy: Sustainability 101 (PDF); (iv) The Essential Exponential! (PDF); (iv) Reflections on Sustainability, Population Growth and the Environment (PDF)

  • Garrett Hardin: (i) Living within Limits (PDF); (ii) Limited World, Limited Rights (PDF); (iii) Stalking the Wild Taboo; (iv) Tragedy of the Commons (PDF);

  • Thomas F. Homer-Dixon, Jeffrey H. Boutwell & George W. Rathjens; Environmental Change and Violent Conflict, Scientific American, Feb 1993 (PDF)

  • Choucri, Nazli: Population & Conflict: New Dimensions of Population Dynamics (PDF); Population Dynamics and Local Conflict (PDF)

  • National Security Council, National Security Study Memorandum (NSSM 200): Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests, DC Dec 10, 1974, 227 pp.(PDF)


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