About The New Kingdom

The United Kingdom of Africa (UKA) is the merger of the African Union & Kingdom of Haiti which was established by Henri Christophe on 28 March 1811 . The formation of the UKA is to officially address the diaspora, global & regional security issues and threats, continent exploitation prevention, state government corruption oversight and human rights violation protection.

We are the future generations that have to deal with the mistakes, and ill practices of those before us, and the idealisms of the past that remain with us today.

The choice to name the Kingdom “The United Kingdom’s of Africa” is to assure all tribe leaders, and countries that has gained independence from the colonist that they will remain independent regardless of this alliance. Each territory will still be reasonable for governing their people under their laws with the only change is the addition to UKA laws for governing the people.

In depth history proves that Americas were left stranded by The Organization of African Unity and African Union.

In May 1963, 32 Heads of independent African States met in Addis Ababa Ethiopia to sign the Charter creating Africa’s first post-independence continental institution, The Organization of African Unity (OAU). The OAU was the manifestation of the pan-African vision for an Africa that was united, free and in control of its own destiny and this was solemnised in the OAU Charter in which the founding fathers recognized that freedom, equality, justice and dignity were essential objectives for the achievement of the legitimate aspirations of the African peoples and that there was a need to promote understanding among Africa’s peoples and foster cooperation among African states in response to the aspirations of Africans for brother-hood and solidarity, in a larger unity transcending ethnic and national Differences. The guiding philosophy was that of Pan-Africanism which centered on African socialism and promoted African unity, the communal characteristic and practices of African communities, and a drive to embrace Africa’s culture and common heritage

The main objectives of the OAU were to rid the continent of the remaining vestiges of colonization and apartheid; to promote unity and solidarity amongst African States; to coordinate and intensify cooperation for development; to safeguard the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Member States and to promote international cooperation. The OAU Charter spelled out the purpose of the Organization namely:

  1. To promote the unity and solidarity of the African States;
  2. To coordinate and intensify their cooperation and efforts to achieve a better life for the peoples of Africa;
  3. To defend their sovereignty, their territorial integrity and independence;
  4. To eradicate all forms of colonialism from Africa;
  5. To promote international cooperation, having due regard to the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Through the OAU Coordinating Committee for the Liberation of Africa, the Continent worked and spoke as one with undivided determination in forging an international consensus in support of the liberation struggle and the fight against apartheid. The OAU had provided an effective forum that enabled all Member States to adopt coordinated positions on matters of common concern to the continent in international fora and defend the interests of Africa effectively.

On 9/9/1999, the Heads of State and Government of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) issued the Sirte Declaration calling for the establishment of an African Union, with a view, to accelerating the process of integration in the continent to enable Africa to play its rightful role in the global economy while addressing multifaceted social, economic and political problems compounded as they were by certain negative aspects of globalization.

The African Union (AU) was officially launched in July 2002 in Durban, South Africa, following a decision in September 1999 by its predecessor, the OAU to create a new continental organization to build on its work. The decision to re-launch Africa’s pan-African organization was the outcome of a consensus by African leaders that in order to realize Africa’s potential, there was a need to refocus attention from the fight for decolonization and ridding the continent of apartheid, which had been the focus of the OAU, towards increased cooperation and integration of African states to drive Africa’s growth and economic development.

The AU is guided by its vision of “An Integrated, Prosperous and Peaceful Africa, driven by its own citizens and representing a dynamic force in the global arena.”

The Constitutive Act of the African Union and the Protocol on Amendments to the Constitutive Act of the African Union lay out the aims of the AU which are:

  1. Achieve greater unity and solidarity between African countries and their the people
  2. Defend the sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of its Member States;
  3. Accelerate the political and socio-economic integration of the continent;
  4. Promote and defend African common positions on issues of interest to the continent and its peoples;
  5. Encourage international cooperation
  6. Promote peace, security, and stability on the continent;
  7. Promote democratic principles and institutions, popular participation and good governance;
  8. Promote and protect human and peoples’ rights in accordance with the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights and other relevant human rights instruments;
  9. Establish the necessary conditions which enable the continent to play its rightful role in the global economy and in international negotiations;
  10. Promote sustainable development at the economic, social and cultural levels as well as the integration of African economies;
  11. Promote cooperation in all fields of human activity to raise the living standards of African peoples;
  12. Coordinate and harmonize the policies between the existing and future Regional Economic Communities for the gradual attainment of the objectives of the Union;
  13. Advance the development of the continent by promoting research in all fields, in particular in science and technology
    Work with relevant international partners in the eradication of preventable diseases and the promotion of good health on the continent.
  14. Ensure the effective participation of women in decision-making, particularly in the political, economic and socio-cultural areas;
  15. Develop and promote common policies on trade, defense and foreign relations to ensure the defense of the Continent and the strengthening of its negotiating positions;
  16. Invite and encourage the full participation of the African Diaspora as an important part of our Continent, in the building of the African Union.

Where the OAU failed was it never incorporated those of the African Diaspora in the Western Hampshire, the African Union also excluded those in North America, South America and the Caribbean.   There is no pan-Africanism without the diaspora descendants included.

The Governor-General of Haiti, Jean-Jacques Dessalines, created the empire on September 22, 1804. The Kingdom of Haiti established by Henri Christophe on 28 March 1811, is the official steward of the descendants of those effected by the trans-Atlantic slave trade.

the Imperial Constitution, naming Jean-Jacques Dessalines emperor for life with the right to name his successor. Dessalines was assassinated north of the capital city, Port-au-Prince, at Larnage (now known as Pont-Rouge), on 17 October 1806, on his way to fight the rebels. His body was dismembered and mutilated.

Because of the series of events that followed after the death of the Dessalines, the country has continued to be effected by infiltration and exploitations from foreign countries.

While the island has experienced many different forms of governance the restoration of the Kingdom is to address issues that lead the island to it’s current state, as well as address the issue the Trans-Atlantic slave trade caused.

Haiti is recognized has the landing zone to which the Slaves of the America visited prior to being sold. With family ripped apart on the Island of Hispaniola it is understandable that those on the main land of America share genetics with those on the Island and New Orleans.

With this history:

  1. Haiti is the home location for all descendants of the diaspora in the West.
  2. Haiti is the steward of the descendants of the Trans-Atlantic and Araba-Slave Trade .
  3. Haiti descendants have a claim for North Africa.
  4. The Kingdom of Haiti was the original intent of those on the island when freeing the enslaved population.

The African Union structure will be adopted, The main Kingdom will remain a constitutional monarchy and all countries will be known as States moving forward. Removing the singularity of induvial countries is inline with the reunification, restoration, and repair of the Continent.

-King of The Blacks

United Kingdom’s of Africa