Sovereignty

First Nations Treaty(ies), Sovereignty and an Australian Republic

Former PM Paul Keating

Former PM Paul Keating's foray back into Aboriginal politics where he talks up the need for a Treaty with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and describes it as the 'unfinished business of the nation' is pleasing to the ears of some of us older fighters who sees the Recognition campaign as trap. It is interesting that Prof Patrick Dodson clearly has lost his way in the political melee and finds himself in a quagmire of confusion and frustrations, when he 'argued that constitutional recognition should come first' (before a Treaty). Read more about First Nations Treaty(ies), Sovereignty and an Australian Republic

UDIs on agenda at Gathering of Nations 21-22 November in Canberra

A Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) is a formal process leading to the establishment of a fully recognized state, which declares itself an independent and sovereign pre-existing state without a formal agreement with the occupying nation state, because the two have never been together. "Many people are wanting to understand UDIs," said Ghillar Anderson, "This topic will be discussed at the upcoming Gathering of Nations on 21 -22 November 2015 in Old Parliament House, Canberra. There will be opportunities for further discussion during the surrounding days at the Aboriginal Embassy. Read more about UDIs on agenda at Gathering of Nations 21-22 November in Canberra

SU Gathering of Nations 2015 - Canberra

The topics discussed at the Annual Sovereign Union 2015 Gathering at Old Parliament House in Canberra on the 21st and 22nd November will include:- Unilateral Declarations of Independence (UDIs); Strategies and methodologies for self governance; Problem Identification and Solutions; Identifying relevant UN resolutions and covenants; Defining sovereignty and understanding Treaties between Nations; Combating the deliberate destruction of our cultural heritage; Decolonisation; Citizenships; Sharing the information - Media and education strategies; The Con in Constitutional Recognition.  Read more about SU Gathering of Nations 2015 - Canberra

"Queen got no right here. This is our Country, under our Tjukurpa Law ..." - Murray George

Tjilpi (senior Lawmen), Wati (Lawmen) and Pompa (Law Women) have now come to understand how the authority of the Tjukurpa Law is what gives the sovereign Peoples, the Anangu, dominion, in the absolute sense, over their Lands and Territories. They have now decided to develop their own strategies for their Tjukurpa Law to be the effective Law in their County, as it was before the whiteman came. If the white people want their law to have any effect then, from now on, that will have to be subject to negotiation with the decision-makers in the Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Law and Culture Pty Ltd company. Read more about "Queen got no right here. This is our Country, under our Tjukurpa Law ..." - Murray George

A call for solidarity: Many minds can locate the true pathway

Michael Anderson

If we truly want to establish a process of asserting our sovereignty then we must cast aside personalities and differences. This is not about gaining personal notoriety or fame because not one person has all the answers, but many minds can locate the true pathway. For of all we need to recognise flaws in our own personal makeup. Do we truly understand what colonised minds look like? We must first look at ourselves as oppressed people because oppressed people must understand that they are themselves their own examples of oppression and unfortunately when we go through the education and enculturation processes of the colonial States, we miss so much of our own ancient teachings and in doing so lose our self-awareness of who we truly are. Read more about A call for solidarity: Many minds can locate the true pathway

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