UNITY - "Unless our Peoples come together and resist as one, all that will remain will be isolated pockets of liberation fighters being oppressed by the assimilated."

Noongar peoples 3 times the suicide rate of national Aboriginal & TSI suicide rate

After 230 years of our children being stolen, locked up and tortured and having their culture devalued, it’s little wonder that many don’t see any value in their own lives

The Noongar peoples of Western Australia as a distinct population group are the nation's most at risk population group to suicide. The suicide toll among Noongar people has tragically reached the highest number of suicides of any Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander population group. Of Australian cities, Perth is recording the highest number of First Nations' suicides.
This year alone thus far Perth's Armadale to Midland corridor has recorded double the number of suicides than the whole of the Kimberley region's suicides. Read more about Noongar peoples 3 times the suicide rate of national Aboriginal & TSI suicide rate

The Noonkanbah Blockade and the Yungngora peoples battle for Country

Nookanbah Blockade - Yungngora resistence against oil drilling

In 1978 the state government in WA refused to acknowledge an anthropological report that found the whole area had spiritual significance for the Yungngora and the multinational mining exploration company, Amax - backed by the Court government went ahead with their operation. The Yungngora people jumped into action to stop the drilling rigs entering Country. While mining company eventually won; the determined fight of the local Aboriginal people inspired broad community support, raised Australia’s treatment of Aboriginal people on the international stage and helped undermine the legal fiction of terra nullius. Read more about The Noonkanbah Blockade and the Yungngora peoples battle for Country

Kimberley Land Council (KLC & agencies) wrong about Sovereignty

Aboriginal Land Councils - Government Troopers

While the Kimberley Land Council (KLC) and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) convene the Native Title conference in Broome, hosted by the Yawuru People, Ghillar, Michael Anderson shines another light on the KLC and its agencies' agenda.
The Elders are saying that people keep coming and saying to us: 'You GOTTA come to these meetings. You HAVE TO sign these documents and you HAVE TO come to the Native Title hearings when the KLC comes'. Read more about Kimberley Land Council (KLC & agencies) wrong about Sovereignty

Challenging the Great Divide in a David and Goliath struggle

Aboriginal First Nations challenging the Great Divide in a David and Goliath struggle

Australia's legitimacy as a sovereign state cannot and will not be achieved while our First Nations Peoples continue to challenge its sovereignty. The ongoing deceit and treachery that is occurring in our First Nations' struggle is fuelled by the intent of the occupying colonising power to gain legitimacy by stealth. Land Councils are challenging our people asserting their sovereign position, by telling them their sovereignty status is a 'load of rubbish', and governments are propagating coercive lies to our people about the beneficial outcomes of constitutional recognition and/or Treaty(s). Read more about Challenging the Great Divide in a David and Goliath struggle

Federated Colonies of Australia – A Failed State

Cook - terra nullius

'Australia is not a nation formed under the customary international law. The Aboriginal Nations, however, were formed properly under that ancient system. Australia is an administratively formed country by the United Nations, designed to give Britain more votes in the General Assembly. In the light of Australia’s non-conformance with UN Human Rights Treaties and Conventions, it is reasonable to hold that this administrative creation of the Nation of Australia is a failure, and Australia is a true failed state'. Read more about Federated Colonies of Australia – A Failed State

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