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"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."
Sovereign Union - Gathering of Nations Videos - Canberra 2014

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[SU] Report from Sovereign Union Gathering of Nations, Canberra

Gathering of Nations 2014

Ghillar Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union and Head of State of Euahlayi Peoples Republic said from Canberra that the second Gathering of Nations held in Canberra this weekend was successful, and despite disruptions by other parties in opposition to the Sovereign Union, the key matters were successfully concluded.
A key issue that arose was the creation of templates to serve as models for Nations around the country, who seek to make their Declarations of Independence. Read more about [SU] Report from Sovereign Union Gathering of Nations, Canberra

Questioning Australia's legitimacy to sit on the security council

Ghillar Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples said from Goodooga today that he has just sent an Open Letter to all UN Ambassadors in New York to highlight Australia's questionable legitimacy on the UN Security Council and to draw attention to Australia's return to the 1920s white colonial Aryan rule. 
Australia is now a country where there are no judicial reviews possible against a form of military rule over its own population and in particular First Nations Peoples. Read more about Questioning Australia's legitimacy to sit on the security council

[SU] Ghillar Michael Anderson honours the passing of Edward Gough Whitlam

Gough Whitlam

Ghillar Michael Anderson, the Convenor of the Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples and co-founder of the 1972 Aboriginal Embassy and Head of State of Euahlayi Nation, recalls the contributions Gough Whitlam made to Aboriginal rights. 'My greatest memories of Gough Whitlam are in 1972 after we had set up the Aboriginal Embassy on the front lawns of Parliament House, where we had many conversations about pathways for settling our dispute in respect to Australia's obligations to Aboriginal rights'. Read more about [SU] Ghillar Michael Anderson honours the passing of Edward Gough Whitlam

Expanded doctrine of terra nullius - very much alive in Australia

The outcome of the 'Euahlayi Rates Dispute case' relied on an expanded doctrine of terra nullius to the First Nations people justice. The Supreme Court Judge in Queensland failed to clarify certain arguments, and used the non-justiciability of the sovereignty issue as a link in a chain of argument.

This being so, the decision reveals a gross denial of natural justice, an error of law on the face of the record, and a jurisdictional error. Read more about Expanded doctrine of terra nullius - very much alive in Australia

First Nations Peoples in Australia are being crushed by governments

This media release highlights the crushing of the people who still live under the military intervention in the Northern Territory, where lands can be exploited and misused without consulting the true owners, nor gaining free, prior and informed consent and controlling cultured people's income under a false and deceitful charge.

This page also re-issues a warning about the 'Recognise' Campaign and the decision of the Queensland Supreme Court decision in The Rates Dispute Ngurampaa v Balonne Shire Council. Read more about First Nations Peoples in Australia are being crushed by governments

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