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UBUNTU Hits Mainstream TV in Macedonia


http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/2015/04/ubuntu-hits-mainstream-tv-in-macedonia.html
Thursday, 9 April 2015
Michael Tellinger with Milenko Nedelkovski – LATE NIGHT SHOW – Skopje, Macedonia
I had the great pleasure of being a guest on Macedonian TV with Milenko Nedelkovski on Friday 3 April 2015. 152 more words

UBUNTU Party UK Pamphlets Are Here - Elections 2015


http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/2015/04/ubuntu-party-uk-pamphlets-are-here.html
Friday, 3 April 2015
We are proud to launch the elections campaign pamphlets for the UBUNTU Party UK candidates.
If you live in Sutton Coldfield or Stoke-on-Trent constituencies and you resonate with the UBUNTU message, please print out the pamphlets and spread them around as widely as you can in support of Paul Toussaint and Mark Sleigh. 28 more words

Update on Free Electricity Generator for UBUNTU Community


Free-energy generator on its way

Our 600 kw free-energy generator is being loaded and shipped from the EU this weekend and I await it with great excitement in about 3 weeks in South Africa. 306 more words

Knots News 29.1.2015 music and film for the weekend

hey everybody,

Everything creative is simmering under the surface, silently growing behind the scenes, like a little loaf of bread in the oven.

spring flowers haiku​ 237 more words

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UBUNTU Delivers Petition & Open Letter - Videos


http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/2015/03/ubuntu-delivers-petition-open-letter.html
Friday, 6 March 2015
Here are the video recordings of Michael Tellinger’s delivery of the Petition and Open Letter to the SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK and Minister of Finance in Parliament, Cape Town, South Africa – on 26 February 2015. 286 more words

Michael Tellinger Delivers Petition & Open Letter to Parliament & SARB


http://www.ubuntuparty.org.za/2015/02/michael-tellinger-delivers-petition.html
Friday, 27 February 2015
Michael Tellinger delivers a petition regarding the unlawful activity of the SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK to representatives of SARB and two senior representatives of the Ministry of Finance, at Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa. 2,037 more words