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Decolonisation underpins the Sovereign Treaties processes in contrast to ‘Recognise’ which fosters assimilation. An Essay by Ghillar Michael Anderson, personally handed to the UN

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Gomeroi - Unite and Fight

Ghillar Michael Anderson says that the conflict currently being experienced in regards to the Gomeroi Native Title claim, is not so much about the Native Title claim or Gomeroi pre-existing and continuing sovereignty, and may appear to be more about personality conflicts, but underneath is a very well disguised government ploy, with government objectives, to cancel out the strong Gomeroi leadership in respect of Gomeroi sovereign cultural and legal rights. He says some things need to be put into perspective.

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Absolute need to fight to assert our Sovereignty

Fighting for Land Rights

Personally, I appeal to the Gomeroi Nation to authorise a Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) and fight the governments, State and Federal, on the basis that they, in right of the Crown of England, are occupiers of our Sovereign Lands and Territories, stealing our wealth and killing our people through sheer force and the attrition of tyranny and oppression. If the Gomeroi people are going to continue to die, then let it not be by their own hands, or through depression and despair. We must die standing and fighting and not lay down and let these bastards have their own way Read more about Absolute need to fight to assert our Sovereignty

Forging Pacific Rim Alliances: Understanding Our Shared Histories

At Skatsin in British Columbia, Canada, Ghillar Michael Anderson met with Grand Chief, Stewart Phillip of the Okanagan Nation, who is President of Union of British Columbian Indian Chiefs. Also present was Chief Judy Wilson of the Neskonlith Indian Band within the Secwepmculucw Nation, Secretary -Treasurer of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs and Chief Wayne Christian, along with an international observer, Oni Kirwin, a native Fijian. During the talks an agreement was reached to look at further dialogue with a view of establishing the Pacific Alliance of Native Peoples. Read more about Forging Pacific Rim Alliances: Understanding Our Shared Histories

Dare to be wise: Decolonisation underpins the Sovereign Treaties processes

Copy of Sovereign Union Letter (and document) delivered to the United Nations in New York to the Secretary General of the United Nations by Ghillar, Michael Anderson on 16 June 2016. The summary of the 40 page attached document named 'Dare to be wise: Decolonisation underpins the Sovereign Treaties processes in contrast to 'Recognise' which fosters assimilation' is included here along with a link to a pdf copy of the entire document. Read more about Dare to be wise: Decolonisation underpins the Sovereign Treaties processes

Opposition to Australia gaining a seat on the UN Human Rights Council & 'Recognise'

Ghillar, Michael Anderson released a lengthy brief on 31 March 2016 to the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon providing evidence that Australia is unworthy of a seat on such an important international commission. The letter sent is attached.
Also in this Media Release Ghillar comments on the current status of the undemocratic 'Recognise' campaign and the treacherous Indigenous Land Use Agreements (ILUAs) that the government is coercing Aboriginal people to sign to speed up their Native Title claims. Read more about Opposition to Australia gaining a seat on the UN Human Rights Council & 'Recognise'

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