Sovereignty

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. Read more about Our First Nations 'Do Not Consent' to 'Constitutional Recognition'

'Uluru Statement from the heart' - Wording and Video reading

Uluru Statement from the heart

Here is the Statement made by the delegates at the Referendum Council meeting in Uluru on Friday 26 May, 2017. some delegates walked out of the meeting on day 2 of procedures due to frustrations regarding the way the processes were conducted and they were not allowed back in later.
The website admin will reserve judgement on this statement until the Sovereign Union legal eagles have time to survey it and any other associated paperwork and comment ... but it looks disastrous to a layperson. Read more about 'Uluru Statement from the heart' - Wording and Video reading

Formal Complaint against Referendum Council Dialogue processes & National Convention at Uluru

Sovereignty Never Ceded

A formal complaint to the Commonwealth Ombudsman about the serious breaches of process that have occurred and are currently occurring by the Referendum Council, which has been formed under the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Maureen E. Davis, Marbk and Ghillar, Michael Anderson include several articles that explain the inconsistencies and deviations from the Referendum Council's stated processes. They call for an immediate investigation of the matters raised and also call for the formal suspension and termination of the activities of the Referendum Council. Read more about Formal Complaint against Referendum Council Dialogue processes & National Convention at Uluru

Wrong legal advice by Professors on Referendum and Sovereignty

Anderson: Wrong legal advice by Professors on Referendum and Sovereignty

Ghillar, Michael Anderson, stresses that to ban First Nations people from attending Referendum Council Dialogue meetings cannot be construed as true deliberative democracy, with their denied right to be fully informed and to contribute their point of view in a process that will affect our children's children inheritance and sovereign status.
Ghillar provides a video critique of legal advice regarding the impact of the referendum on First Nations sovereignty, from Professors Megan Davis and George Williams ... Read more about Wrong legal advice by Professors on Referendum and Sovereignty

Always independent: An interview with Murrawarri Republic Chair Fred Hooper

This weekend in Brisbane, the Referendum Council is holding the last of the Dialogues : a series of meetings with First Nations peoples to discuss the issue of recognising the nation's Indigenous people within the Australian constitution. The findings from the meetings will be reported at a First Nations Convention at Uluru in late May.
However, for many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people constitutional recognition is a token gesture - Fred Hooper Chairman of Murrawarri Republic explains the process his people have taken to declare their sovereignty. Read more about Always independent: An interview with Murrawarri Republic Chair Fred Hooper

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