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Anderson: Unite for the common cause to defeat this 'Deceit by Fraud'

Aboriginal Sovereignty

The question of our Sovereignty is now raging across the country ... You can expect those same people who gave us the Native Title Act will come back out of the wood work to do their dirty deeds again.

The government knows they now have to deal with our sovereignty and they will now throw heaps of money around to employ our own people to direct us away from the real issue. Read more about Anderson: Unite for the common cause to defeat this 'Deceit by Fraud'

Minister's plan for First Nations People is a trap to counter the Sovereignty Movement

We must warn our people that the government's seemingly benign 'work for the dole' community planting program has a deceitful intent.

Minister Greg Hunt and PM Tony Abbott may claim that their Direct Action plan for Indigenous people has unintended consequences, but from a First Nations perspective Hunt's plan is an evil act, designed with intent to cheat Aboriginal people of their inherent rights as pre-existing and continuing sovereign Peoples. Read more about Minister's plan for First Nations People is a trap to counter the Sovereignty Movement

Michael Anderson challenges Professor and Attorney-general to publicly debate sovereigny

Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples in Australia said today: "A recent comment made by one of Australia's leading constitutional lawyers, Prof George Williams, demonstrates the incapacities on non-Aboriginal legal experts to see beyond the legal system that they are sworn to serve and uphold.

"Clearly Prof Williams lacks objectivity in his radio interview with The Wire, because his teachings and his practice focus primarily on the system that affords him his status in his society, which is the same society that seeks to steal our patrimony, citizenship and usurp our sovereignty without any legal foundation. Read more about Michael Anderson challenges Professor and Attorney-general to publicly debate sovereigny

Goomeroi People call for a mining freeze on sacred lands

One of the largest black states in the country calls for a freeze on all mining and development on their ancestral lands.

More that 400 Native Title claimants met in Tamworth to discuss Goomeroi business on the weekend.

Representatives said that they are looking at options to stop ministerial decisions which approve mining in the region.

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General Principles of Sovereignty for non-lawyers

Sovereignty is the ultimate power, authority and/or jurisdiction over a people and a territory. No other person, group, tribe or state can tell a sovereign entity what to do with its land and/or people.

A sovereign entity can decide and administer its own laws, can determine the use of its land and can do pretty much as it pleases, free of external influence (within the limitations of international law).
By Dr Alessandro Pelizzon Read more about General Principles of Sovereignty for non-lawyers

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