Is Cape Independence Possible?

FAQ: Is Cape Independence Possible?

Is Cape Independence Possible?

Yes, Cape Independence is possible.

Tragically, far too many of us have simply become resigned to our fate when the reality is that our fate lies in our own hands.

If we, the collective peoples of the Western Cape, want independence, we can have it. It really is as simple as that. So, the first question you should be asking yourself is not whether Cape Independence is possible, but do you want it?

There are those who attempt to use legal arguments to say Cape Independence isn’t constitutionally possible, but if you look carefully at what they actually say, it is that Cape Independence is in fact constitutionally possible, but that they don’t believe we will ever get enough support for an independence bill to be passed by parliament.

The point is moot. When the democratic will of the people comes into conflict with words written on a piece of paper, the piece of paper never wins.

The Cape Independence movement is still in its infancy, yet it has already secured agreement on a referendum. If the Western Cape people can move beyond just thinking Cape Independence is a ‘nice idea’ and to start demanding it, Cape Independence will become more than just possible, it will become inevitable. This we are willing to promise you.

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