Sovereignty

Statement of Opposition to the 'Barunga Agreement' regarding Treaty

Chief Minister Michael Gunner signs the memorandum of understanding for a Treaty

7 Points to Know about Treaty + Personal Statements

On 8th June 2018, the Central Land Council together with the Northern Territory Government illegally signed the Barunga Agreement on behalf of The First Nations People of the Northern Territory, Australia. This agreement is a memorandum of understanding towards a Treaty.
- The grassroots people would like to let you know a few important points on this subject. Read more about Statement of Opposition to the 'Barunga Agreement' regarding Treaty

Kimberley Land Council (KLC & agencies) wrong about Sovereignty

Aboriginal Land Councils - Government Troopers

While the Kimberley Land Council (KLC) and the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) convene the Native Title conference in Broome, hosted by the Yawuru People, Ghillar, Michael Anderson shines another light on the KLC and its agencies' agenda.
The Elders are saying that people keep coming and saying to us: 'You GOTTA come to these meetings. You HAVE TO sign these documents and you HAVE TO come to the Native Title hearings when the KLC comes'. Read more about Kimberley Land Council (KLC & agencies) wrong about Sovereignty

Challenging the Great Divide in a David and Goliath struggle

Aboriginal First Nations challenging the Great Divide in a David and Goliath struggle

Australia's legitimacy as a sovereign state cannot and will not be achieved while our First Nations Peoples continue to challenge its sovereignty. The ongoing deceit and treachery that is occurring in our First Nations' struggle is fuelled by the intent of the occupying colonising power to gain legitimacy by stealth. Land Councils are challenging our people asserting their sovereign position, by telling them their sovereignty status is a 'load of rubbish', and governments are propagating coercive lies to our people about the beneficial outcomes of constitutional recognition and/or Treaty(s). Read more about Challenging the Great Divide in a David and Goliath struggle

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

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

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