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Lest We Forget the Frontier Conflicts March

Fronter War remembrance Canberra Anzac Day

An invitation to the 'Lest We Forget the Frontier Conflicts March' 9.30 am Thursday 25 April 2019, starts from west end of Anzac Parade, cnr Constitution Ave, Reid, Canberra.

The conflict between the British invaders and First Nations Peoples continue to this very day and the hidden history unveils an orgy of bloodshed without restraint or restriction. First Nations Peoples defended their lands and continue to do so at great loss. Read more about Lest We Forget the Frontier Conflicts March

'Welcome to Country!' - Our Lands of Poverty and Devaluation

We now come in all sizes and colours, but you cannot take away the spirit of our forefathers and foremothers and our absolute connection to Mother Earth. The divide and rule by colour distinction will no longer work. We are who we are, always was and always will be. However, once you welcome non-Indigenous people to Country, in their world you are opening the door and letting them in and what is your's becomes their's. Right now their only legitimacy on Country is when they are welcomed in ... One way to deflect Welcome to Country is to Acknowledge Country! Read more about 'Welcome to Country!' - Our Lands of Poverty and Devaluation

First Nations are Water Owners, Not Stakeholders

Water is life

Ghillar, Michael Anderson, asserts that First Nations are owners of water, not just stakeholders and promotes the callout for the 'Water is Life National Gathering' in Canberra on 12 and 13 February 2019. After the massive fish kills in Menindee Lake he demonstrates with a 2019 image from Google Earth that there is still plenty of water just southwest of Menindee Lake, in the Tandou cotton farm, which had a bumper crop this year and has just planted another. This is after selling its water licence for $78 million for an environmental water buyback in 2017 and not being charged for its final year of water allocation. Read more about First Nations are Water Owners, Not Stakeholders

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

Stirring the Pot of the Dead Cook

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This article finds a series of problems with the story Australia's historians and their history books tell us about what actually happened regarding Lieutenant James Cook's claim of the Eastern coast of New Holland. There are unanswered differences between what is stated and what is written in the diaries of Cook and Joseph Banks with some of the known facts and accounts. The writer leaves us wondering whether there was actually a stitch-up back in England because they needed somewhere to send their abundant number of convicts accumulating in their prisons. Read more about Stirring the Pot of the Dead Cook

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