Suid-Afrikaners in die buiteland loop gevaar om hul burgerskap te verloor vanweë die vyandigheid en/of onbekwaamheid van die land se ambassadepersoneel. Só sê mnr. Jacques Rudolph wat twee jaar lank moes veg om weer ‘n Suid-Afrikaanse paspoort in Bangkok, Thailand te bekom.
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  1. Bushwar Veteran 61

    Lyk my as of daar baie van ons is met die "ambassade probleem", ons sit met amper die selfde probleem in Zambie. Ons sukkel om enige van die meer senior ambassade mense the kontak, lyk my hulle weier om met ons the praat… stuur n' epos…. geen antwoord, probeer om n' afspraak the kry… ontmoontlik, die beste wat ons reg gekry het om na 'n stem op hulle "duty line" te luister wat vir ons n' epos address by DIRCO gee, en dan niks. Ons is op ons eie in die geveg.

  2. Jacques Rudolph

    This is a Valuable Legal Document and the Property of its Holder. Confiscation thereof is an illegal act and in direct violation of Article 17(2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states: "No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property" 

    I Mr. Izak Meyer Rudolph born on 22 May 1973 in Pretoria, Republic of South Africa being unmarried and male do hereby execute the following declaration and instrument calling into being all the rights and responsibilities set forth therein.

    The contents hereof is also PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL and sharing it with anyone other than the states or aggrieved parties is a criminal offence.

    Whereas, this document refers to the
    United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
    Entry into Force: 29 September 2003, in accordance with article 38
    Registration: 29 September 2003, No. 39574.
    Ratified by Vietnam on: 13 Dec 2000 and later on 8 Jun 2012

    Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the
    United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
    Ratified by Vietnam on: 8 Jun 2012

    And Article 14 of the Human Rights Charter to which Vietnam is also a signatory.

    Now Therefore, in consideration of the above and reasons stated annexed hereto I invoke my right expounded in Article 14 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948 remembering the provisions of Article 14 of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.

    On the interpretation of Article 14 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights I submit the following. This present document and all provisions thereof are in PLAIN and SIMPLE English as are the instruments referred to in it – enough for me as a lay person to understand. I further submit that it was the intention of the authors of the various instruments that the language be inherently non-legal and unambiguous. In view of the latter argument I submit that: The right to political asylum goes back to ancient times and is cited in Article 14(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

    "Everyone has the right to seek and enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution."

    The word "enjoy" is unambiguous and non-legal. It does not oblige a country to "grant" asylum to a persecuted individual. On the other hand, what a state can grant it can also deny. But the denial of a human right is a contradiction of the inalienable character of that right in the first place.

    To this end in good faith I agree to co-operate, without any prejudice to my human RIGHT (expressed in Article 14(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) invoked here in writing , with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), also known as the UN Refugee Agency, a United Nations agency mandated to protect and support persons upon request and assist in their voluntary repatriation, local integration or resettlement to a third country.

    Further details as to my application in terms of Article 14(1) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights concerning these and other deliberate actions and / or omissions against myself and persons including but not limited to numerous Cases Submitted for determination by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands shall be furnished to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), also known as the UN Refugee Agency, a United Nations agency.

    Below is Article 14 of the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime.  

    Article 14
    Saving clause

    1. Nothing in this Protocol shall affect the rights, obligations andresponsibilities of States and individuals under international law, includinginternational humanitarian law and international human rights law and, inparticular, where applicable, the 1951 Convention and the 1967 Protocolrelating to the Status of Refugees and the principle of non·refoulement ascontained therein.

    2. The measures set forth in this Protocol shall be interpreted andapplied in a way that is not discriminatory to persons on the ground that theyare victims of trafficking in persons. The interpretation and application ofthose measures shall be consistent with internationally recognized principlesof non·discrimination.   
     Article 7Status of victims of trafficking in person in receiving Slates

    I. In addition to taking measures pursuant to article 6 of thisProtocol, each State Party shall …permit victims of trafficking in persons to remain inits territory, temporarily or permanently,…

    2. In implementing the provision contained in paragraph 1 of thisarticle, each State Party shall give appropriate consideration to humanitarianand compassionate factors. 

    Article 8
    2. When a State Party returns a victim to a State Party of which that person is a national such return shall be with due regard for the safety of that person and for the status of any legal proceedings related to the fact that the person is a victim and shall be voluntary.

  3. ronel Hugo

    Ek het 'n baie positiewe ervaring gehad met die ambassade in Kazakhstan na my paspoort daar gesteel is. Hulle het my daagliks vir meer as 'n week gebel om te hoor hoe hulle my kan help en dit met weeklikse oproepe opgevolg tot ek die land moes verlaat het. Nadat ek 14 ure per trein moes reis tot by hulle, wou hulle nog verblyf ook vir my reel , maar my skool het vooraf daardie reelings getref. Die hele proses van reisdokumente ens. was baie professioneel en met deernis hanteer en ek is bygestaan tot ek my vlug na SA toe moes haal. Ek skat dit hang af van die mense wat daar werk, en dalk was ek net gelukkig. Ek moes ook al dokumente laat teken in Oman en UAE ambassades en het ook elke keer goeie diens gekry. Paspoorte is 'n ander storie en my dogter het onderskeidelik 8 en 3 maande gewag vir haar kinders se paspoorte uit Dubai.

  4. Jacques Rudolph

    Dear Friends and family As you are all aware by now that Facebook Illegally used leftist officials at the United States Embassy to Pressure the Immigration Authorities in Vietnam to harass me and to make up phony technical charges against me.

    The link below will take you to a page that contains my defense. All buttons on the page can be pressed (even the headings) contain links.

    There are important videos as well as my Interview with Dr Dan Roodt prominent South African, writer, intellectual, political commentator, radio and Television personality as well journalist.

    Under United Nations Agreements (UNESCO training manual for Viernam) which I will also add below Facebook is in breach of many laws that can lead to criminal charges in the United States.

    Currently the United States Embassy in Vietnam as well as the Vietnamese Immigration Department is in breach of the Geneva Convention as well as the Stockholm Declaration of 1972 which includes ecological and economic rights.

    In the former, the principal doctrine is that of "self-determination."

    The above Internationally valid instruments pertain to the jurisdiction in this matter and have all been ratified by both the US and Vietnam.

    I herewith issue an immediate 'Cease and Desist' instruction against all the parties here named in terms of the verbiage printed in the front cover of my Passport which was illegally and criminally seized from my person on the 16th of December 2020.

    https://flow.page/remember2020

    I also invoke the protection offered to Registered Asylum Seekers as I am duly registered as such with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

    I ask everyone who receives this to copy and paste this entire text with the link included and to send it via email to

    The Registrar of South African Citizens Abroad at the following email address:

    rosahelp@dirco.gov.za

    Please include the link below :

    https://flow.page/remember2020

    .

  5. Phil Pietersen

    Nie net in die Ooste nie. Hier in Kanada is die wagtyd vir ZAR paspoort herniewing ook 6 to 12 maande,

  6. easily deur ons land david

    Praat nog na 20jr. Praat jy so suiwer Afrikaans. Groete vanaf Ventersdorp. Mooi bly.

  7. Kasmonster Semenya

    Net soos hy se. Geen hulp. Jy kan nie bel nie, jy kan nie email nie… Jy moet werklik na die ambessade toe vlieg of ry om enige iemand te sien te kry. Was dieselfde in Engeland en in USA. My Namibiese vriende het hulle paspoorte NY toe gepos en 2 weke later het hulle nuwe paspoorte gehad…. SA Ambesade is 'n sham. Ons vlieg nou terug SA toe om the hernieu

  8. chris gerber

    Wat ń lang verhaal ? Belangrik nie te min. Maar kan die man dit nie korter in vloeiende Afrikaans nie ? Dan maar liewer in Engels.

  9. Jan Viljoen

    According to the official statistics, South Africa has turned into one of the greatest epicenters of Covid-19 in the world. Since the beginning of April to the 12th July, the cumulative number of infections in South Africa has doubled about every 14 days. On 12 July 2020, 264,184 cumulative cases have been recorded, slightly more than double the 131,800 on 28 June, 14 days before. South Africa was firmly on track to record half a million cumulative infections by 25 July. Community spread appeared unstoppable. At that rate of increase, 1 million would have been infected by 8 August, 2 million by 22 August, 4 million by 5 September, 8 million by 19 September, 16 million by 3 October and some 32 million by 17 October 2020. That would represent 53% of the population of over 59 million people. The daily number of new infections should then have dropped off steeply. On that trend, over the first two weeks of October, between one and two million new infections were likely to occur daily. The growth of new cases in adjoining areas, such as Zimbabwe, Namibia, Eswatini, Botswana and Lesotho was much, much slower. The cumulative number of cases per million of the population in South Africa is now more than 2.4 times greater than in Namibia and Eswatini, the two most affected of those countries.
    However, on 13 July, the number of new cases in South Africa dropped significantly by about 1,440, or about 11%. The day before, the 12 July 2020, sales of alcoholic beverages were prohibited in South Africa, creating a false impression that the ban was the cause of the drop in numbers. However, this is false, because the normal lag period of some 5 to 10 days between the introduction of a new measure that is effective, and a reduction in case numbers, was completely absent, clearly identifying it as fake. This trend of a reduction of new cases continued daily and became progressively stronger. The result was that, today, 22 December, with a second (or third?) wave underway, the official cumulative number of cases in South Africa stands at 930,711 instead of well over 50% of the population, had the 'trend' of doubling every 13 or 14 days continued. It had taken some 139 days to double to this latest number. There is no rational reason for a ban on liquor sales to cause such a sudden, steep drop in new cases. Hence the conclusion is that, over the three-and-a-half months before 12 July, the numbers have been manipulated up, as were the numbers on recoveries. Death numbers, on the other hand, were manipulated down: https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/national/2020-07-29-excess-deaths-soar-to-more-than-four-times-official-covid-19-toll-mrc-data-shows/
    The question is, why have the case numbers been manipulated up?
    Early this year, South Africa applied for an IMF loan of US$4.3 billion at a very low interest rate. On 27 July, the IMF publicly announced that the loan was granted – https://www.imf.org/en/News/Articles/2020/07/27/pr20271-south-africa-imf-executive-board-approves-us-billion-emergency-support-covid-19-pandemic Most likely, South Africa was informed of the grant earlier than the public announcement, perhaps around 12 July? Clearly, the numbers in South Africa have been manipulated up to impress on the IMF an urgent need for funds to fight the epidemic in the country. Most of the funds are likely to land in the pockets of corrupt people in positions of power and their family.
    A further question is, what is the real motive for the ban on liquor sales?
    The answer is that the ban on liquor sales will most likely drive many liquor stores out of business. The liquor trade is seen as lucrative, easy business. White owners of such businesses are exempt on a racist basis of financial assistance to weather the covid storm, including the IMF funds. Many of these businesses are likely to go bankrupt and be bought up at bargain prices by black politicians, their family members https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-07-31-ace-magashules-sons-each-bag-a-free-state-covid-19-contract/amp/?__twitter_impression=true and other black business people, perhaps using some of the IMF funds paid for other contracts where contract prices have been loaded – https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/covid-19-sahrc-set-to-probe-gauteng-health-spending-amid-corruption-claims-20200730
    And https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-07-30-province-to-disclose-ppe-procurement-details-to-avoid-corruption/
    And https://mg.co.za/coronavirus-essentials/2020-08-06-the-ppe-scandal-that-the-treasury-hasnt-touched/
    Fraud and corruption assume many a guise. The South African government is rotten through from top to bottom and the people in power are out on the loot. They saw an opportunity and they jumped on it. But at the same time, they are doing the South African population a grave disservice, endangering peoples' lives and livelihoods – subsequent waves of infections in South Africa are being masked by the huge false first wave. But, what the hell, never miss the opportunities a good crisis offers for personal enrichment, hey? This time, however, the South African black elite defrauded and made fools of the international community, their co-members of the IMF, rather than their own citizens – perhaps strategically a grave error?

    See also:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Hq5qKNrs9c
    Its all true!

  10. Ivan Venter

    Ek werk in Myanmar en wag nou reeds 12-maande vir n nuwe paspoort deur SA Bangkok Ambassade. Absoluut belaglik!

  11. Alex

    Dit is nie net tov paspoorte nie. Vuurwapenlisensieaansoeke, ID dokumente, boedels, vervangende registrasiesertifikate en aktes, ensovoorts vat baie, baie langer in Suid-Afrika as in die ou dae. Onthou, ons sit met onbevoegde, lui en korrupte mense wat met die goed werk. 20 Jaar terug het al hierdie goed hoogstens 4 weke of so geneem om uitgereik te word. Nou praat ons van 6 maande of langer, dit is as hulle nie jou goed weggooi nie.

  12. Visko Van Der Merwe

    I would imagine that South Africa’s population could be between 70 million and 100+ million. I remember how the horrible Apartheid government curbed the numbers to 25 million African people. They have almost no border control since that awful Apartheid years and many people simply walk into South Africa from the North through a very flimsy “border” in search of a job and a better life. Approximately only 4% of people living in South Africa are Euro-Africans as I understand. Most visitors to South Africa will not see the sprawl of squatter camps, informal houses and locations. My opinion is that the unemployment figure must be through the roof….. aking investment in South Africa even more scarce. I shudder to think how all these people will be housed, fed, educated and advanced. Let’s hope that Ramaphosa find a solution to this enormous problem there because BLM.

  13. mark rand

    400 thousand whites have already lost their rsa passport rights .. they are not even told about it .even a 6 year old child we know has lost her rsa citizenship. family goodwill from natal .

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