Our First Nations 'Do Not Consent' to 'Constitutional Recognition'

The message from the grassroots is clear. We are the Sovereign Owners of Our Nations.

Our Law is the Law of the land. We oppose the lies and the hypocrisy of the Australian government's Referendum Council and their highly paid sellouts.

We are the true Sovereign owners of our land. NO CONSENT to theft, lies and government and corporate propaganda.

We're still on the road travelling back to our communities on the smell of an oily rag, patching up fuel money. This is long after the privately chartered planes left Uluru carrying 180 Referendum Council staff who voted at the secretive Uluru Convention.

The other 120 delegates were not chosen to represent their communities but were hand selected by the Referendum Council and other organisations. You can see the that the majority of the 300 so called 'Indigenous leaders' making major decisions at Uluru were in fact, Referendum Council government employees.

SHAME! A truly sick and evil sick joke is being played out on Aboriginal Australia, many of whom are completely unaware of the highly secretive dialogues and Convention at Uluru. Constitutional reform is no more than a blatant attempt to steal our rights, land, Law, culture and future.

We will take our message of NO CONSENT to Australia and the world. We are calling upon all our mob from all over the country to join us at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra from 24 June, 2017.

We will stage the biggest, loudest protest rally this country has ever seen. It's time to assert our inherent sovereign rights to our ancients and beautiful lands.

Let's show the whole world know that us First Nations Aboriginal people are the true sovereigns of this land. We are under the control of a brutal and illegal occupying power that is decimating our people.

This national call-out is to all First Nations people who oppose constitutional reform to bring your families and nations to Canberra in June 2017.

We will all stand shoulder to shoulder in the spirit of our ancestor's names to demand justice and rights, in these our sacred lands.

Statement and Image provided by:
An Independent Observer at the Uluru Referendum Council meeting

28 May 2017