Queen Elizabeth to be quizzed by Berlin demonstrators about Aborigines

The (German) Society for Threatened Peoples is planning an event in Berlin to support Australian Aborigines. We want to take Queen Elizabeth’s visit to our capital from 23 to 26 June as an opportunity to address her, the head of the Commonwealth, with an appeal to support the rights of Australian Aborigines. At the moment we are collecting statements of the Queen about this topic and are hoping for your support.



Listen up! Ms Gillard and Messrs Rudd, Abbott, Shorten, Turnbull et al:

Aborigines sorted conflict between male and female leaders a long time ago with a tradition of joint leadership. Clearly the empowerment of women has left the Parliament of Australia adrift in unchartered waters. When will you deign to listen to those with experience?

Canberra needs to get ready for a new way of doing things. The experiment with women in power worked. Joint leaders, women's and men's legislatures.




Racism, xenophobia, hostility towards refugees, migrants, Asians, Jews, Muslims or Aborigines as with the suspension of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975, or any other expression derived from a perception of the superiority of one group over another, is entirely the product of an imbalance of power between women and men, the primary constituents of community.

If women and men achieve equality all demographics comprised of women and men achieve equality.

A republic governed by agreement between women's and men's legislatures, courts and corporate committees eliminates racism.