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."

AGENDA OVERVIEW - 50th Anniversary Aboriginal Embassy

50th Anniversary Aboriginal Embassy March Agenda
From the National Film & Sound Archives, McCoy Cct, ACTON, ACT to the Aboriginal Embassy via Parliament House - 26 January 2022
Sovereign Union Conference Agenda: Decolonisation and the Sovereign Right to Self-Determination – 'Where To From Here?' at Albert Hall, 100 Commonwealth Ave, Yarralumla, ACT - 27 January 2022 [node:read-more:link]

Keith Windshuttle's attack on the Aboriginal Embassy

Ghillar Michael Anderson responds to Keith Windschuttle

Windshuttle needs to remove his emotions

Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union, provides an insight into how Mr Keith Windshuttle, Editor-in-Chief of the online Quadrant magazine dated 9 January 2022 professes to know what is in the minds and hearts of First Nations people and their supporters, in his article ‘The violent politics of Australia Day’. [node:read-more:link]

Where there’s smoke there’s fire.

Fire at old Parliament House


We wait for the results of the full investigation to understand what really took place and how the ceremonial fire became a conflagration. We need to acknowledge Albert Hartnett’s eye witness account that what was a smoking ceremony appeared to be inflamed by two Police men who came from the inside of Old Parliament House with what he thought was pepperspray, or a spray to douse the fire ... [node:read-more:link]

Outline for 50th Anniversary of Aboriginal Embassy

50th Anniversary Aboriginal Embassy, Canberra

This 50th Anniversary must now unify and direct the fire in our bellies. We can only achieve positive change if we set our sights on clear objectives for the future. In this regard, there will be a presentation on Thursday 27 January in the Albert Hall, 100 Commonwealth Ave, Yarralumla, next to the Hyatt Hotel, where it is proposed to set a direction towards decolonisation and self-determination and re-establishing our Nations’ power and authority under our Laws and customs. GO TO PROGRAM OVERVIEW [node:read-more:link]

27th: Where to from here - Shaping the next stage

50th Anniversary Aboriginal Embassy, Canberra

Ghillar, Michael Anderson, the last surviving member of the founding four of the Aboriginal Embassy in 1972 articulates his personal position on where we are now. On 27 January. He and some experts in their field of law and society will talk about sovereignty and land rights. “We all have a common enemy," he says. "I recognise and acknowledge all those who have contributed over the years to keep the Aboriginal Embassy out there in front for all to see. They must all be applauded for their commitments." [node:read-more:link]


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