Sovereign Union Media Release: Callout: Urgent - 10am Monday 6 July 2015 Protest March over Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples in Australia

Asserting Australia's First Nations Sovereignty into Governance






from 8.30am MONDAY 6 July

for 10am MARCH over SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE to North Shore,


Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of the Sovereign Union, co-founder of the Aboriginal Embassy and Head of State of the Euahlayi Peoples Republic said today from Sydney:

I am aware that this is short notice, but important none the less. We need to show how corrupt and evil this Commonwealth government is. In a so-called democratic state such as Australia one would not expect the veil of secrecy now being applied to a so-called public call for a referendum for recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Constitution.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have always been free and independent sovereign states with proprietary rights and interests over all natural resources in this country. We have been cheated and continue to be cheated out of our true rights. The colonial governments have never at any time gained our patrimony through our free prior and informed consent for us to be governed by the occupying colonial power, but simply tried to mould us and create an environment where we disappear into the quagmire of Australian multiculturalism.

Now our numbers and knowledge have increased and we have become visible all over this continent. You can no longer miss us, whatever our colour. Through eugenics they may have lightened our skin colour, but have never taken away our Aboriginality, our pride in our ancient culture and dignity in ourselves.

This Commonwealth government cannot get away with governing Aboriginal Nations and Peoples by stealth with the faceless so-called 'leaders' of Aboriginal people. Our culture, our society and our Law does not permit the western style mafia-type leadership. Under our Law we punish these sorts of people with a spear through the leg. This is why we have faceless 'leaders' who hide behind white authority.

The protest being called for Monday 6 July is vital to show that Aboriginal Sovereign Nations and Peoples are fighting back and will no longer be dictated to. This is our future and cannot be decided by the white majority with a multicultural mix. It has been said in the past that we have been too passive in our resistance, so let us reassure Australia and the rest of the world that we have never accepted their assimilation. We can remain for the moment under the generic term 'Aboriginal', but Australia will learn that we are many Nations and Peoples, we are not a single homogenous pan-Australian community as is being promote by the government at present.

We have one common objective – this Country is ours, always was and always will be. It is time to pay up and we are coming to collect. We will not be wiped out by a deceitful 'Recognise' referendum. We are now rebuilding our pre-existing nationhood. They know it and they fear it. This is what they don't tell the public.



Michael Anderson

Convenor of Sovereign Union of First Nations and Peoples in Australia

and Head of State of the Euahlayi Peoples Republic

Mogila Station, Goodooga NSW 2838, 0427 292 492

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The above Media Release was posted on 3 July 2015 by WGAR as a community service with the kind permission of Ghillar Michael Anderson.

It is reproduced as it was received by the [SU] email list at 11:27, 3 July 2015.
It will most likely be posted on the Sovereign Union web-site later tonight, 3 July 2015.

As such, WGAR is not the author of the above media release.



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Newsletter date: 6 July 2015, 5:30pm AEST

This newsletter:


* News & Photos: SBS News: Indigenous protesters call for a Treaty

* Timeline Photos: Sovereign Union, facebook: Constitutional Recognition - The arguments that mainstream media is hiding from you

* Background:

Survey: IndigenousX: Constitutional Recognition Survey - Data Analysis by Celeste Liddle and Survey Conducted by IndigenousX
Analysis: Celeste Liddle for IndigenousX, The Guardian: 87% of Indigenous people do not agree on recognition. You'd know if you listened
Sovereign Union: Constitutional History and Independent Constitutional Reform links
WGAR Background to Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples
WGAR Background to the Aboriginal Sovereignty Movement
WGAR Background to Treaties with Aboriginal Sovereign Nations of Australia

- Audio

The Wire: A step closer to Recognition

Featuring Alice Haines, protest organiser

Produced by Ninah Kopel

6 July 2015:

"Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten have met in an unprecedented act of bipartisanship to discuss what a future referendum might look like. Indigenous leaders from around the country were at the meeting, in what the prime minister describes as a significant step towards a 2017 referendum for constitutional recognition. Outside the meeting, a small but loud crowd gathered in protest, saying that they want sovereignty and not recognition."

Featured in story:
* Alice Haines, protest organiser
* Tony Abbott, Prime Minister
* Tanya Hosch, Joint Campaign Director at Recognise
* Patrick Dodson, former Chairman of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation