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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

Invitation to join the 2018 Frontier Wars March on Anzac Day, Canberra

Frontiers Wars March Canberra - Anzac Day 2018

Invitation to join the 2018 Frontier Wars March on Anzac Day, Canberra 25 April 2018.

We encourage all comers to join us so that we show to the public that here is a desperate need to tell the truth about the colonisation of this country and the devastation wreaked upon First Nations Peoples. We need to remember those who defended their rights to their country; who volunteered to fight for their country in modern wars, despite being treated as second class peoples. Read more about Invitation to join the 2018 Frontier Wars March on Anzac Day, Canberra

TOXIC STATE - Australia's double standards

Julie Bishop’s recent support of the English demands to go after Russia over the alleged misuse of military-grade nerve agent to poison a known double agent on English soil demonstrates the double standards of Australia. Australian farmers and other sectors are using herbicides and pesticides with chemical components similar to high-grade military poisons, e.g. DDT, 2-4-5-T & mustard gas, which is used to kill weevils in grain silos and rabbits in warrens. These toxins leach into the soil and our river systems and when rain comes they drain into our aquifers. Read more about TOXIC STATE - Australia's double standards

Complexity of Treaty and Treaties

Understanding the difference between sovereign treaties under international law, which affirm sovereignty of First Nations, and domestic treaties within the colonial system, which automatically mean First Nations cede sovereignty.

Ghillar, Michael Anderson presents a set of 4 videos to explain the complexities and traps when entering into a Treaty with the Australian government and/or the British Crown. Read more about Complexity of Treaty and Treaties

'Close the Gap' and 'Apology' are just band-aids

'Close the Gap' and 'Apology' are just band-aids

So long as a Rhodes Scholar is running this country the vested interests of the British Crown are paramount and remain in line with mining magnate Cecil Rhodes' legacy of educating scholars to run and exploit a country for Britain's benefit. PM Malcolm Turnbull, a Rhodes Scholar with a Bachelor of Civil Law from Brasenose College, Oxford is the latest agent of the coloniser to ensure First Nations' inherent sovereign rights to lands, waters and natural resources are quashed. This is consistent with Turnbull's continuing fiasco of the Closing the Gap agenda, which has clearly failed. Read more about 'Close the Gap' and 'Apology' are just band-aids

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