The Cape Party was founded in 2007.
In 2008, the Cape Party was officially registered with the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) as a political party in the Republic of South Africa.
Our first hope is that the ANC-controlled South African government will engage in immediate negotiations to bring an end to the long-standing political, social and economic oppression that they have imposed without challenge on the Cape and its people to this day.
By allowing for greater provincial control over our own economic, social and political affairs we will, at the least, be able to relieve our people of some of the daily persecution we endure.
If the opportunity to negotiate fairly is not possible, then the Cape Party will be left no option but to use all legal and peaceful means to bring into effect greater autonomy of the Cape from the Republic of South Africa, or pursue complete independence… The Cape Republic.
If the Cape Party were to receive a majority vote in an election within the Cape territory, this would be an official mandate from the people to hold a referendum to declare the Cape an independent country.
As an independent state, with sound political and economic policies, we envision a system of direct democracy enabling the rebirth of a nation based on mutual respect, peace and prosperity…
…The Cape of Good Hope.
Cape Party Leader
(NEC, Presidential Council, Founder)
Good People of the Cape,
For too long our great land has been held hostage by a political system that has ignored human liberty, pillaged resources to the benefit of the few, and persecuted various groups of people that did not belong to the ruling government of the time.
From the British Empire’s formation of the colonial ‘Union of South Africa’ in 1910, to the Apartheid government, to the ANC regime of today, each one has used the centralised state levers of power to their own benefit through the oppression of others.
It is time to enlighten ourselves. To understand that systems built on coercive structures, regardless of which figureheads or ethnic groups happen to fill those seats, are in themselves designed to fail. Let us thank history for its wise lessons and bid its mistakes farewell.
I hear endless complaints everywhere I go about the state of the country and its future. But if you were really serious, would you continue to follow the same path that led you there?
“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.” – Albert Einstein –
South African politics is a stagnant pit of racial extremists, communist aristocracy and spineless grey suits. The trajectory of the country is clear and the downward hill is getting steeper.
The solutions are simple. With our collective will, it is simply a choice.
Let’s stand together against this failed system.
Let’s vote Cape Party.
Let’s free the Cape.
Take a stand:
The crime wave, and racially offensive legislation have forced many to accept the idea of planning a future in foreign lands. An alienation of culture and an offensive against language and cultural institutions have loosened the bonds of minority South Africans to the land of their birth. Increasingly people are deciding to pack up and seek lives abroad. Some grow homesick and return only to be hit again by the tide of crime and more alienation. It is clear that in time to come we will no longer have a place to call home, a place we identify with. The vast and unique history of the Cape will be lost forever unless we take a stand to preserve our values and identity instead of succumbing to the imposition of foreign values and identity. To wait would be folly, inaction we can least afford if we are ever to prevail against those who would destroy our way of life.
Take a stand.
The Cape Party