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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

Stirring the Pot of the Dead Cook

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This article finds a series of problems with the story Australia's historians and their history books tell us about what actually happened regarding Lieutenant James Cook's claim of the Eastern coast of New Holland. There are unanswered differences between what is stated and what is written in the diaries of Cook and Joseph Banks with some of the known facts and accounts. The writer leaves us wondering whether there was actually a stitch-up back in England because they needed somewhere to send their abundant number of convicts accumulating in their prisons. Read more about Stirring the Pot of the Dead Cook

Veterans' acceptance of Frontier Wars march - a turning point

Veterans' acceptance of Frontier Wars march - a turning point

The success of the 2018 Anzac Day Frontier Wars March in Canberra has given great affirmation to the old adage that if you say it long enough and represent your message by physically making your presence known, people do begin to ask questions and begin to search inwardly within themselves about the truth of the message that we seek to get through to them. The wreath laying event at the cenotaph of the War Memorial caught us by surprise when many of the older veterans of the modern wars stood still as we passed and applauded our entourage. Read more about Veterans' acceptance of Frontier Wars march - a turning point

Flying Foam Massacre - The killing fields of Murujuga

THE FLYING FOAM MASSACRES
150 YEARS - REMEMBRANCE 15 APRIL 2018

2018 is 150 Years since the 'Flying Foam Massacre' took place at Murujuga (Burrup Peninsula), in the Dampier Archipelago, WA on 17 February 1868, and was only one part of an extended campaign lasting through the rest of February, and continuing in March and May 1868. These slaughters were carried out by WA government agents as an act of genocide. Read more about Flying Foam Massacre - The killing fields of Murujuga

Every important colonial building in Sydney was placed upon a significant First Nations city site

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Sydney's current city is probably the largest urban system ever built from, and upon, an existing city framework and it was built in an unholy silence. So says Sydney based Peter Myers who was an architect on the design team of Jørn Utzon's famous Sydney Opera House at Bennelong Point.
Myers research was triggered in 1991 when a section of a lime plaster cornice collapsed on his c1853 Blacket villa - this led him to, maybe, the First Fleet's best-kept secret. Read more about Every important colonial building in Sydney was placed upon a significant First Nations city site

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