So-called “indigenous recognition” is just another political ploy—a route to assimilation and equalising of the cultures and minimising any chance … More
The result of a long campaign by those who wished to establish a colony according to the principles of systematic … More
“The term ‘cultural respect’ refers to the recognition, protection and continued advancement of the inherent rights, cultures and traditions of … More
Major mining, agribusiness and tourist corporations have long demanded unrestricted access to Aboriginal land, an end to communal ownership and a ready supply of cheap labour.
The High Court of Australia in the Mabo decision recognised the fact that Australia was occupied when the British came here and that the land (and the seas) continued to be cared for, occupied, utilised and identified as the land of different tribal groups, operating in accordance with their customary laws and traditions.
Due to persistent and senseless decimation and domination of the aboriginal people (akas 1st nations and/or indigenous) of this earth, … More
Regarding the historic Apology, there has been a kind of byline to it, or phrase often used, in the political … More