2023 General Feedback Report: Progress, Achievements, and Future Plans of Freedom Alliance South Africa

Attached hereto, please find our 2023 General Feedback Report. What have we been doing, and where are we heading? This report highlights the progress and achievements of Freedom Alliance South Africa over the past year, and giving insights into our future plans and strategies to further advance our mission and create a better South Africa…

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[Brussels, 11.11.2022] Christine Anderson (AfD): YouTube didn’t want you to know what we uncovered in the EU special committee on the Corona pandemic

YouTube has deleted several videos with speeches by Christine Anderson (AfD), who is a member of the EU special committee on the Corona pandemic for the ID group. In some cases, even videos with questions that the MEP had asked in the committee were sanctioned. Following legal intervention, YouTube caved in and put videos that…

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FASA MASS MARCHES

A call to action on South Africa’s Human Rights weekend The Freedom Alliance of South Africa (FASA) will be holding mass marches in Gauteng, Kwa-Zulu Natal, Eastern and Western Cape between 19-22 March, to commemorate South Africa’s Human Rights Day on March 21. FASA is an organisation representing a large group of natural South Africans,…

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Message For The President

Paolo has a message about FASA, why he initiated it, and has a message for South Africa and the current president of SA…. (But thanks to load-shedding in our beloved country, Paolo’s mobile’s battery ran out. Paolo then finished off his voice message by adding the following: “…and the blood that was spilled to achieve…

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March For Peace, Freedom, Unity & Democracy

We, the free people of South Africa have come together under the banner of Freedom Alliance South Africa (FASA), an organization representing a large group of natural South Africans, and affiliated civic and social justice groups who are extremely concerned with the current human rights violations taking place and the failure of critical state institutions,…

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Human Rights Day, 21 March

Human Rights Day in South Africa is historically linked with 21 March 1960, and the events of Sharpeville. On that day 69 people died and 180 were wounded when police fired on a peaceful crowd that had gathered in protest against the Pass laws. This day marked an affirmation by ordinary people, rising in unison…

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