Michael Anderson Goodooga, northwest NSW, 25 December 2010.
Members and associates of the New Way Sovereignty Summit are closer to bringing an end the farcical notion that Australia is a free and independent sovereign international state.
Independent legal researchers have submitted to the United Nations in 1999 a bundle of documents, titled The Concealed Colony, that clearly demonstrate that Australia's standing in the international community is a lie, supported by a convention of denial on the part of the international community.
My recent statement about Australia being a colonial state is based on fact and in this regard there are significant implications for my people. This will become more transparent early in 2011.
It is significant that on the 8th December 2010, a Prerogative Writ of Mandamus was filed in the High Court of Australia. This has a great number of ramifications particularly for Aboriginal people, but it will be essential for our people to now come together to discuss the fallout that will emerge for us as sovereign nations and peoples.
In the December 8 writ the applicants demand that the executive government of Australia 'cease all operations that are carried out under the Commonwealth of Australia ABN 122 104 616 and registered with the United States American Securities and Exchange Commission No. 000 080 5157 and further command them to dissolve their subsidiary companies being;
|The State of New South Wales
|The State of Victoria
|The State of Queensland
||ABN 066 102930
|The State of South Australia
|The State of Western Australia
|| ABN 072526008
|The State of Tasmania
|The Trustees of Northern Territory Government
It is alleged that to have incorporated Australia as a company in the United States of America represents a fraudulent act against its citizens by falsely pretending that this was done with their knowledge and authority.
This act by the states' leadership can also be viewed as an act of treason, because they have acquiesced and compromised the sovereignty of Australia. At the same time we have so-called Aboriginal leaders in this country acquiescing our Aboriginal sovereignty for a fist full of dollars and notoriety with those who have acted and continue to act against their own sovereign people.
It is our time to take the biggest stand in our history as an invaded people. I believe that Aboriginal people have now reached the point where going forward means challenging the status quo and altering our history. We have two choices: to de-colonize ourselves and become free and independent people pursuing our own chosen destiny though the process of self-determination, or to acquiesce and become assimilated into the invader society, degrading our culture to mere museum pieces in which we perform like trained monkeys for the tourists.
The likes of Noel Pearson, Warren Mundine and others who purport to represent our people and direct and influence government policy do not represent my people, the Euahlayi. At no time have these people talked or consulted with any of us on any issues.
The most unfortunate thing about this is that governments will always argue that the radicals who seek to alter history for the good of our people but against the standing order of government are considered radical militants and do not represent the Aboriginal community as a whole, but when it comes to further oppressing us they quickly find members of other nations or people within our own nations, who will sell out to advance themselves, from which the benefits they gain personally far outweigh anything their own people can offer.
A gathering of Aboriginal minds and protest will be organized in Canberra in early February; a date will be publicised later.
(Nyoongar Ghurradjong Murri Ghillar) is an Aboriginal rights activist, clan leader of the 3,000 Euahlayi peoples of north-western New South Wales and Native Title claimant to their traditional lands on their behalf.
From 1969 Mr. Anderson has been one of the leaders in the Australian Black Power movement and was appointed by his peers as the First Aboriginal Ambassador to white Australia after he and two other comrades established the Aboriginal Tent Embassy on the front lawns of Australia's parliament house in 1972.
He was taught his customs and traditions through his people's sacred ceremonies. In 1979 he was appointed to the Office of the Public Prosecutions in criminal law as an instructing officer (the equivalent of a solicitor) in the state of New South Wales.
Mr. Anderson has been a lecturer at several Australian universities, writing and teaching units in Aboriginal studies that were inclusive of traditional Aboriginal society. He is the National Convenor of a new political movement in Australia that is promoting worldwide the continuing sovereignty of indigenous peoples.
Michael Anderson can be contacted at 02 68296355 landline, 04272 92 492 mobile, 02 68296375 fax, email@example.com