UNITY - "Unless our Peoples come together and resist as one, all that will remain will be isolated pockets of liberation fighters being oppressed by the assimilated."

Acquiescence to the Voice threatens First Nations continuing sovereignty

Acquiescence to the Voice threatens First Nations continuing sovereignty

If First Nations agree to a Voice, which is only advisory, with no power of veto and for which the colonial parliament legislates its structure and composition, international law sees this as acquiescence and a relinquishment of First Nations sovereignty, which has never been ceded and for which so many of our people have died, and continue to assert with the phrase ‘Sovereignty Never Ceded’. - Maintaining our continuing sovereignty is our best protection. [node:read-more:link]

NAC Briefing of Draft Considerations for Self-determination 1984

N.A.C. Briefing of Draft Recommendations and Considerations

I hope this draft document prompts some further thinking about where we are being led and maybe we can begin to think for ourselves and prepare our own independent nations approach to a settlement that you and we want not what the assimilated are prepared to give away. The is will be all lost forever to our future generations. Is this the legacy this generation wants to leave for our future generations? ...
- Ghillar Michael Anderson [node:read-more:link]

Don't be fooled! Voice to Parliament and State-based treaties miss the mark

Mind the State Treaty Traps

Both major political parties tow the colonial line regarding First Nations rights. Even though Labor promises to put the Voice to Parliament to referendum in their first term of office, if they win the election on Saturday, this misses the mark completely. What is the advantage to First Nations Peoples to have a Voice when the Federal parliament has no obligation whatsoever to take notice of any advice offered by consultation, let alone enforce the advice? [node:read-more:link]

The desperate need to tell the truth about the Colonisation

Canberra Aboriginal Anzac March

Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union, last surviving member of the founding four of the Aboriginal Embassy and Head of State of the Euahlayi Peoples Republic encourages all to respectfully join the 2022 Frontier Wars March in Canberra on Anzac Day, 25 April 2022. Ghillar stated: “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. [node:read-more:link]

WHERE TO FROM HERE? Decolonisation & Sovereignty ... MEDIA FILES

Where to from Here

‘WHERE TO FROM HERE? Decolonisation and the Sovereign inherent right to self-determination’ insightful conference videos (long form) charting a path towards the Elimination of Racial Discrimination against First Nations Peoples. We are releasing the long form video record of the conference of ‘WHERE TO FROM HERE? Decolonisation and the Sovereign inherent right to self-determination’, which was held on the 50th Anniversary of the Aboriginal Embassy, 27 January 2022, at the Albert Hall, Canberra. [node:read-more:link]


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