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'Uluru Statement from the heart' - Wording and Video reading

Uluru Statement from the heart

Here is the Statement made by the delegates at the Referendum Council meeting in Uluru on Friday 26 May, 2017. some delegates walked out of the meeting on day 2 of procedures due to frustrations regarding the way the processes were conducted and they were not allowed back in later.
The website admin will reserve judgement on this statement until the Sovereign Union legal eagles have time to survey it and any other associated paperwork and comment ... but it looks disastrous to a layperson. Read more about 'Uluru Statement from the heart' - Wording and Video reading

Formal Complaint against Referendum Council Dialogue processes & National Convention at Uluru

Sovereignty Never Ceded

A formal complaint to the Commonwealth Ombudsman about the serious breaches of process that have occurred and are currently occurring by the Referendum Council, which has been formed under the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Maureen E. Davis, Marbk and Ghillar, Michael Anderson include several articles that explain the inconsistencies and deviations from the Referendum Council's stated processes. They call for an immediate investigation of the matters raised and also call for the formal suspension and termination of the activities of the Referendum Council. Read more about Formal Complaint against Referendum Council Dialogue processes & National Convention at Uluru

Aboriginal Law & Culture body calls for cancellation of Referendum Council meeting at Uluru

Murray George, Chairperson of APY Law and Culture

As Chairperson of APY Law and Culture, I have written to the Referendum Council to say the Tjilpis are insulted that the Referendum Council did not respect protocol and procedure before they called a meeting for discussion on having Anangu/Aboriginal people all over Australia included in Australia's Constitution. We, the Traditional Owners for Uluru and Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara country argue that our Law is the Law of the Land in this part of the world and not the whiteman law. We know we have been controlled by the whiteman law because we didn't have enough warriors and clever Lawmen who can take the fight up to these people who occupy our lands illegally. Read more about Aboriginal Law & Culture body calls for cancellation of Referendum Council meeting at Uluru

Explaining the benefits of the Northern Murray Darling Basin Treaty

Media Release: Explaining the benefits of the Northern Murray Darling Basin Treaty

The signing of the Treaty of Union of Sovereign First Nations of the Northern Murray Darling Basin creates a new pathway in Aboriginal politics, which establishes the future foundation that will see us as Sovereign Independent Nations. The Assembly of Sovereign First Nations of the Northern Murray Darling Basin is a first step. It will not just see us achieve self-determination and independence, but will implant within the political system of the Nation, that is now called Australia, a new way for First Nations to achieve political and legal equity with our invader and occupying state, known as the Federation of colonies of Australia, which, under international law, has itself not fully achieved true political and legal independence from its mother state, Britain. Read more about Explaining the benefits of the Northern Murray Darling Basin Treaty

Treaty of Union between Sovereign First Nations of the Murray-Darling Basin

NBAN Treaty

Yesterday was an extremely historic occasion with the signing of the Treaty of Union between Sovereign First Nations of the Murray-Darling Basin. The moment, however, was marred by misinformation and a lack of an wholisic understanding of the Multilateral Treaty, which is only between Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations. Our Facebook warriors have managed to pick one article, from an old draft, not the final document, without understanding its proper context. In no way does this clause 'apply their Corporate laws over the Sovereign Jurisdiction of the Nations hence an IMPACT On SOVEREIGNTY!' as claimed on a Facebook page. The reverse is true. Read more about Treaty of Union between Sovereign First Nations of the Murray-Darling Basin

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