The government is asking you to blindly vote for changes in a referendum, without even clarifying the final wording

With millions of dollars being spent on the Recognise campaign, many First Nations people are asking: Who they are trying to convince – non-Aboriginal people or Aboriginal people? The real hidden agenda is to coerce Aboriginal Nations and Peoples to become part of the Australian Constitution and by doing so consent to be governed. The Commonwealth government can then claim that Aboriginal Nations and Peoples have acquiesced. This is the main weapon the Crown has to counter our sovereignty movement. Read more about The government is asking you to blindly vote for changes in a referendum, without even clarifying the final wording

Callous police raid on the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy

Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy

We must avoid attacking each other. This fits right into the concepts and expectations that mainstream have with regard to Aboriginal Peoples. There are other ways to solving problems, other than calling upon the NSW Police.
We must always maintain the knowledge of who our true enemy is and it is certainly not a group of people who seek to take back ownership of that which we fought for and continue to fight for right through to this day. Read more about Callous police raid on the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy

History repeats: Ethnic cleansing in ACT 1954 and now in WA removal from homelands.

Media Release - 18 December 20143

Australian governments continually and blatantly attack the most vulnerable in our communities and argue that they are concerned for our welfare and the widening 'Gap' in terms of the disparity in our education, etc., while calling us Australian citizens.
But we know we are not Australians citizens under the Australian Constitution and never have been and this is why governments can commit the gross violations of human rights against us and think they can get away with it. Read more about History repeats: Ethnic cleansing in ACT 1954 and now in WA removal from homelands.

Leadership is the great challenge for Freedom Summit delegates - as 'The Gap' widens

Having concluded his analysis of the Freedom Summit, Ghillar Michael Anderson said it was clear that a great majority of the people who attended were determined to assert their sovereignty. He acknowledged the polarity between the people of different backgrounds, something that has never been so apparent before, and saw the coming together of these groups with an understanding that each can support the other. He also reminds us that 'The Gap' is 'widening' at an alarming rate and there are great challenges for the delegates, who will need to prioritise the needs for the short, medium and long term, and lead. Read more about Leadership is the great challenge for Freedom Summit delegates - as 'The Gap' widens

Communiqué from The Freedom Summit

First Nations and Peoples across Australia assembled in Alice Spings for a Freedom Summit.

After the two day summit, the Nations' delegates declared sovereign power and authority within the Territories of the United Tribes of the First Nations Lands. In a collective capacity, they declared that they will not permit any legislative authority separate from themselves to exist on their Lands. Read more about Communiqué from The Freedom Summit

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