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Honduras coup update - August 2014

http://sydneywithhonduras.wordpress.com/monthly-news-summaries/

AUGUST 2014, Honduras coup update:

Political persecution from this August 2014...

Woman resistance leader and organiser of farmers sector killed

don and henry continue blaming us for our own ills

whilst twiggy forrest is running around the country attempting to sell his master plan to 'save' we aborigines from our 60 000+ years of culture and history. to, in a sense, to save us from ourselves.

apparently there are thousands upon thousands of well paid jobs if we only become romany-like and travel around the country picking fruit. we just need to leave our ancestral lands and become full-time itinerants.

Eight-minute video history lesson about mistreatment of Aborigines

Treaty on land rights which was never kept. See also http://treatyrepublic.net/content/bob-hawkes-draft-treaty-includes-nos-2...

A group of "Concerned Australians" has published an excellent YouTube video outlining how governments are still mistreating Aborigines, stealing their money and land, keeping them poor and stripping them of any power they may have had.

International GoTopless Day - Aug 24, 2014 It is a matter of Equal Right's

GoTopless.org Australia
We will be hosting a peaceful Protest at the Byron peace Pole, on August 24th 12pm - 3pm

A woman deserves the same choice as a man...
International GoTopless Day August 24th Women and supportive friends are taking part in this action all around the world to help free Humanity in regards to this issue of Equal Rights for Women. www.gotopless.org

July 2013 Honduras Coup Update

Honduras coup update – July 2014

Political persecution in July 2014:

Brutal and murderous eviction by police and army, against Gregorio Chavez farmers movement in Panama community in the Bajo Aguán palm plantations

First Nations Womens ceremonial walk for freedom

Come and join Auntie Susan Rankin and the mob to celebrate the First Nations womens ceremonial walk for freedom from Melbourne to Canberra. We are having a goodbye breakfast before they head off on their walk to Parliament House! Please meet at Princes Park September the 1st at 7.30am!!! Bring some breakfast to share. Meet at the Princes park BBQ area, off Princes park drive, or cut across from royal parade (next to Optus oval) Carlton North. Please share this post!!! ALL WELCOME!
First Nations women are walking from Melbourne to Canberra starting in Melbourne, on the 1st of September.

Something exciting has just happened in the last couple of hours.

Something exciting has just happened in the last couple of hours.

After a huge response from all sections of the community, the Government has backtracked on changes to section 18c of the Racial Discrimination Act, dropping their changes that would water down protections against racial vilification.

So many of you have been involved in voicing your opposition to these changes and today you’ve won. Whether you simply shared a Facebook graphic, made a submission to the enquiry or attended a rally against these changes — thank you.

Fred Chaney's absolute deceit – learn from the past

Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples in Australia
Asserting Australia's First Nations Sovereignty into Governance
www.sovereignunion.mobi

Media Release 4 August 2014

Fred Chaney's absolute deceit –learn from the past and beware of “Recognise”

Michael Anderson, convenor of the Sovereign Union of Aboriginal Nations and Peoples in Australia and Head of State of Euahlayi Peoples Republic said from Goodooga today:

Indigenous arts extravaganza

Cairns has just hosted a spectacular three day arts extravaganza: the fifth Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF), featuring the work of numerous Queensland artists.

Set against a lush backdrop of forested hills, mangroves and blue seas, the artworks of the Indigenous artists were assembled within a cavernous cruise liner terminal.

Inside, the intense energy was palpable: an utterly proud and triumphant display.

14 skulls handed to traditional owners in Berlin

One of Europe’s largest university clinics, the 300-year-old Charité in Berlin, Germany, has just returned 14 skulls of Aboriginal people to representatives of the Goemulgal, Lag Mabuyag and Wajarri Yamatji peoples.

Already in April last year the Charité returned skulls and other bones of 33 Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders the Institution had received at the end of the 19th century. That was the first repatriation of its kind of ancestral remains from Germany.

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