I often find it shamefully amusing, whenever I hear non-Aboriginals tell others of different ethnicity/race to “go back to where … More
So-called “indigenous recognition” is just another political ploy—a route to assimilation and equalising of the cultures and minimising any chance … More
Before folks start jumping-up-n-down about religious bias or racial preferences and generalised prejudices [note I did not say culture], they … More
original title: Warren Mundine: The white sheep of the family? by Dr Gary Foley Warren Mundine’s new “bromance” with Tony … More
July 1, 2013, my response to this article “What do these blacks want? An education? Send them back to the bush … More
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.
I really believe that emotions can create chemical reactions in the body. If we don’t face those emotions, it can create sicknesses… So for Aboriginal people, the whole of life is a spiritual experience, and so the whole of sickness is a spiritual process. The spirit can not be in balance if it is out of balance with the body.