Slavery

The corrosion of truth: Our politics is a dreadful black comedy

Richard Flanagan

Tasmanian writer Richard Flanagan spoke to the National Press Club about the lack of leadership by politicians in Canberra, The Tasmanian war of extermination and the Wars and Massacres throughout the entire country and the denial of the important Australian History, saying that 'Freedom means Australia facing up to the truth of its past'.
On this page we provide a video an 8 minute excerpt specifically relating to the Frontier wars and massacres and also a video of the complete presentation and its transcript. Read more about The corrosion of truth: Our politics is a dreadful black comedy

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

Racist remote Work for the Dole penalties are seriously detrimental to entire communities

Racist remote Work for the Dole penalties are seriously detrimental to entire communities

Despite claims from Government that more people are engaging in Work for the Dole, penalties for non-attendance at Work for the Dole were higher than ever, at 46,258 in the quarter. These penalties are not waived or worked off and because Aboriginal people in remote areas work much longer hours that their city counterparts, they are penalised at a much higher rate. With an exasperating number of penalties in remote communities, not only do the participants get penalised, but the lack of income affects the whole community. Read more about Racist remote Work for the Dole penalties are seriously detrimental to entire communities

From the top down - British/Australian genocide and land grab

From the top down - British/Australian genocide and land grab

The British/Australian genocide, slavery and their brutality of colonisation must be understood before our people become so eager to jump into bed with their colonialists in a Treaty process. Never let it be said that that was in the past. Britain is such a great force and is a specialist in psychological warfare and wrote the book on how to divide and conquer people promising everything and giving them nothing. Because the colonialists control the parliaments, the wording has created a legal system that no longer exists in the legal system of England - that is, 'feudalism'. Read more about From the top down - British/Australian genocide and land grab

Leading First Nation groups say Work-for-the-Dole scheme racially discriminatory and unhealthy

Leading First Nation groups say work for the dole scheme racially discriminatory and unhealthy

'Aboriginal Peak Organisations of the Northern Territory', and their members have received widespread concerns about the debilitating impacts that CDP is having on its participants, their families and communities.

Onerous and discriminatory obligations applied to remote CDP work for the dole participants mean they have to do significantly more work than those in non-remote, mainly non-Indigenous majority areas, up to 670 hours more per year Read more about Leading First Nation groups say Work-for-the-Dole scheme racially discriminatory and unhealthy

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