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Press Releases from Government of Rhodesia (9 total)

Rhodesia welcomes new citizens and bans Google, WhatApp as well as Wikipedia

The President of the Republic of Rhodesia, Colonel Harper, today signed into law a bill proposed by the government of Governor General Harald Mayer-Blumenthal to ensure decency, ethics and morality in the digital age. Since 1980, the Republic of Rhodesia has been a global haven for free-thinking citizens who have had enough of the increasing erosion of nationhood and privacy and therefore apply for Rhodesian citizenship (passport). Rhodesia, qua

Rhodesia annexing islands to keep its people safe in case of a worldwide instabi …

As the leader of a people who had already been betrayed and deprived of their land once, then-President Scott had places of refuge (Zions) explored in 1981, shortly after the successful annexation of West Bouvet. The sites (described on www.government-of-rhodesia.org) were carefully selected by the Rhodesian Intelligence Service (RIS), and development plans were drawn up for use in emergencies. These are still kept up to date today. In the event

Rhodesia is a safe international haven for all those who have had enough of the …

The Republic of Rhodesia was able to prove on Sunday, July 25, 2021 that its 1980 Constitution is well drafted and covers all eventualities. One more reason to become a citizen of this first successful transnational country, with a big heart for all freedom lovers who want to break away from the socialist agenda that has gripped the world like a political epidemic. Any person with good intentions can apply for

Applications for Rhodesian Citizenship and Passports now also possible on weeken …

Due to the strong demand for naturalization into the Republic of Rhodesia, the government of the country, which has been transnational since 1980 (read the history at www.government-of-rhodesia.org), has ordered its corresponding agencies to work seven days a week in a three-shift system. Rhodesia, whose territory was lost in 1980 to the country of "Zimbabwe", was rescued by dissidents as a nation in March 41 years ago and saved as a

The Government of Rhodesia expands its citizenship department - Free citizenship …

Since the news of the survival of the Rhodesian nation has been allowed to be publicly announced (end of the 40-year-moratorium on public announcement of the proclamation), the number of applications for obtaining Rhodesian citizenship without any fees has skyrocketed. The transnational country (since 1980) had approximately 1.2 million citizens in over 50 countries as of January 1, 2021. Now that the news of Rhodesia's survival in 1980 is stunning the

The Republic of Rhodesia is back - A political sensation

(London) It is one of the global surprises of 2021: Rhodesia is back. Those who believed, as the whole world did, that the country was renamed Zimbabwe in 1980 and disappeared forever are mistaken. Even in the days of Territorial-Rhodesia in the 1970s, the motto was "Rhodesians never die." And indeed something happened that had to remain a secret for forty years: Rhodesia never died. But how could that be? The unfolding

Real or Camouflage: Rhodesia introduced new digital passports to restore law and …

Because Rhodesian camouflage passports have long been available for illegal purchase by racketeers, the new conservative Rhodesian government under Prime Minister Mathilda Born has further eased access to Rhodesian Class-B (free of charge) protection passports in an attempt to drain the swamp of trading counterfeit passports. This move gives people who do not want to reveal their nationality in unsafe situations the opportunity to obtain the Rhodesian citizenship temporarily, fully

Camouflage Passports are illegal - The Government of Rhodesia offers a free alte …

Identity theft on the Internet and while traveling is a very real problem, and one that is growing constantly. Business people often protect themselves from this using so-called camouflage passports. These are fictitious IDs, which of course may only be used for non-official or similar purposes. They enjoy some popularity when traveling to crisis areas, because as a UK or American citizen you are a more vulnerable target if you

Rhodesian Passports - The country remains a safe haven for all who value protect …

The government of the Republic of Rhodesia reformed its citizenship law and has now also opened the door to people of non-Rhodesian descent. “Rhodesia as a currently non-territorial nation is opening up to all those who wish to live the Spirit of Rhodesia. To be part of a people that is open to the world without going along with every fashion”, President James W. Scott stressed on the occasion of

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