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Divided Party (DiP)

Divided Party DiP logo

Divided Party (DiP) was the name of a political party with the objective to unite Left and Right in one party. The meaning of divide, in English, does not have the same meaning, "verdeel" (divide) to "deel" (share), has in Afrikaans. Therefor the name was changed to Federal Party SA (FPSA).

DiP will in future function as a brand, promoting conciliation, mediation and dispute resolution. Divided Party (DiP) brand tokens are sold to raise capital for FPSA. The tokens carry 48% of the DiP brand value.

DiP develops the idea self-determination, an opposing idea to "Unity". Imperialist indoctrination about "Unity" made "Self" irrational. The fallaciousness is included in many theories. For a long time, "Unity" has been the dominant idea in politics. Real unity is more probable when minorities' and individuals' self-determination and wills are respected. Self-determination is relevant at all spheres of life, from considering the whole world to considering a single household. Sometimes self-determination is relevant and sometimes not, for example, at children under 21 years of age, and groups choosing to be dependent on others' currency, whilst not valuing intequity (capital of ideas). "Unity" is the force of globalism and monarchism. "Unity" is based on only the idea Truth. The idea Love, the root of social contract theory; not-doing evil to all others like selves do not want evil done to, did not develop in imperialist "Unity" to respect the idea self-determination. It caused despotism, which can be seen in the way people have been subjected to torture, disrespect, ostracism and wars, for "Unity".

The word Party implies unity. The word Divided, which implies self-determination, adds necessary balance to the name Divided Party.

Click here to go to DiP's website.

Click here to go to Federal Party SA's (FPSA's) website