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No treaty or contract is valid if the parties are at war

Rules of Treaty and War

Under international law and domestic contractual law - no treaty or contract can be classified as legal if we are under the 'rules and disciplines of war'. If our First Nations Peoples are not fully aware of these facts, then any contract entered into, treaty or otherwise, can be argued to be invalid. It is imperative that we as First Nations People know all the wrongdoings, so as to ensure that we have a clear understanding of our legal rights now and going forward. We will be making the call, not the colonists. Our rights, our future - never forget it. Read more about No treaty or contract is valid if the parties are at war

Gathering of Nations Extended - begins 10am 23 November 2018

Gathering of Nations 2018

Gathering of Nations extended - From 10am 23 November 2018 - Yarramundi Cultural Centre, 245 Lady Denman Drive, Canberra, 23-25 November 2018
Due to the high level of interest in the Gathering of Nations we have decided to begin at 10am Friday 23 November 2018 so that our people have more opportunity to share their messages. Media will be advised of a time they can attend and on Monday 26 November we will hold a press conference with an update on the outcomes. Details will be circulated closer to the time. Read more about Gathering of Nations Extended - begins 10am 23 November 2018

Concealing colonial strings of control

Concealing colonial strings of control

On this anniversary of 9/11 it is a good opportunity to compare spin and denial. The events of 9/11 are still being analysed, but Dr Judy Woods’ collection of photographs reveal far more than the impact of two planes flying into the Twin Towers.

Australia will never accede to any demands for a truth-telling commission relating to its historical processes of colonisation, because of the consequences that will have to be faced by England and Australia alike for their wrongdoings. Read more about Concealing colonial strings of control

Treaties with the occupying colonial States and the Yulara Statement

The crossroads to self-determination and assimilation

The Governments have been very clever in the last thirty years to use the disunity within our communities to withdraw funding and shut down burgeoning successful community organisations. The Governments achieved the total destruction of these organizations by the First Nations lackeys, of whom there are plenty, to shut down our hard fought for successes and now these communities have nothing. The regurgitated Constitutional Inclusion/Recognition and the Yulara Statement have been rejected by the grassroots across Australia. It's still being pushed by blacks living off blood money Read more about Treaties with the occupying colonial States and the Yulara Statement

How Native Title backfires – Big Time

How Native Title backfires – Big Time

In the last two years I have been inundated with complaints from First Nations Peoples throughout Australia about the operations of Native Title Services organisations, that are supposed to represent First Nations' interests, only to find the opposite is happening. The bulldozing of homes on 1 July 2018 in the marginalised Mallingbar community on Yawaru country at Kennedy Hill, Broome, Western Australia, to make way for a tourist lookout, is one of the latest examples. The demolition at Mallingbar, in the name of economic development, began the day after the end of the National Native Title Conference that was held at Cable Beach Read more about How Native Title backfires – Big Time

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