It Just Is Mamu, Evil

Corruption is a form of corrosion, corrosion or corrupted spirit/energy within is as a disease, a virus, that spreads or not throughout the system within and infected, affecting those around. When the inner sheath has been torn, ripped, traumatised, its as if like the vacuum in a pressurised cabin has been breached, and an opening within the inner psyche—spiritual immune system—is disabled, damage. The corruption and corrosive disease I speak of is like the wind, we see its effects and the damage chaotic winds can produce, but we never see the wind … evil is like the wind of darkness, viral bacteria to the spirit/soul, integrity of the individual … the Aboriginal people I grew with have their word for evil/bad… mamu!

And if they recognised as such way back when, then why the heck do moderners think/believe that such “evil” no longer exists? We live in a corrupt system, paradigm … and many many are “diseased” and “corrupted” by such environmental association and other “carriers”, just like a disease or pandemic.

About Letters Patent re Sth Australia

The result of a long campaign by those who wished to establish a colony according to the principles of systematic colonisation, the South Australia Act of 1834 empowered the King to erect South Australia into one or more British Provinces, and to provide for its colonisation and government.  The preamble to the Act included a description of the lands on which such Provinces were to be erected as ‘waste and unoccupied Lands, which are supposed to be fit for the Purposes of Colonization’.

A period of intense negotiation followed between those planning to establish the Province of South Australia and the Colonial Office, which administered Britain’s colonies.  One of the topics under discussion was provisions for the Aboriginal inhabitants, particularly in relation to their proprietary rights to land, rights which those in the Colonial Office believed were beyond dispute. The Colonization Commissioners, seeking to establish the Province, disputed that such rights would be found to exist, believing that Aboriginal people did not ‘occupy’ the land in a way that would be recognised by British institutions.GRG2_64_0_1_1_img001

Negotiations between the Commissioners and the Colonial Office continued. Finally, when the Letters Patent establishing the Province were signed on 19 February, 1836, they included the clause:

Provided always, that nothing in these our letters patent contained shall affect or be construed to affect the rights of any Aboriginal Natives of the said Province to the actual occupation or enjoyment in their own Persons or in the Persons of their Descendants of any Lands therein now actually occupied or enjoyed by such Natives.

The first of the South Australian Company’s ships, the John Pirie, set sail for South Australia just three days later.

In 1838 the South Australia Act was amended, and wording conforming to (and referring to) the Letters Patent was inserted.

Colonisation of the new province of South Australia proceeded with little regard for the words of the Letters Patent relating to Aboriginal rights to land. In 2011, the Letters Patent are again the source of discussion and controversy as the significance and legal meaning of the document are debated.

Source: Bound For South Australia

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Your Child Belongs To Me

For quite some time now, as I have consistently advocated and spoken-out for and of behalf of the maintenance of indigenous (Aboriginal) culture — at least its fundamental core values, beliefs, and ways of experiencing/living life — I have felt that this “Cause”, this fight I have lived is a losing battle — and that I am witnessing and experiencing acculturation* in its worst manifestation — the eradication and/or the ultimate elimination of the differences between Aboriginal (indigenous) culture/s and that of the mainstream.

In my attempts to understand the why & how so many are being so rapidly and readily converted to the dominant, mainstream culture and lifestyle, I have searched for the facts and information that could give me answers to why this was happening, and why so few seem to notice or even care.

“It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.” ~ Sherlock Holmes in “A Scandal in Bohemia

The following quotations, are indicative of some of the reasons that are insidiously embedded within the collective — not by accident or as some-kind of natural process but by design and calculation — by, for, and from an elite few, spread throughout the world, who have been able to ensure that “their way of life” is the only way of life that is on offer.

“ … certain segments of the population must be programmed to be robotic drones, incapable or unwilling to think on their own. In this scenario, the “individual” is the enemy of the state. Individual thinking and choice are not conducive to “peace and progress” and not permitted. Only by being part of “The Team,” can the individual (follower) accomplish objectives or “outcomes.” Of course, these “objectives and outcomes” are directed by the bureaucracy. This phase of population training is currently being accomplished by the public school system with such programs as “outcomes based education,” and the introduction of New Ageism into the classroom. One has to remember that Adolf Hitler pioneered a similar tactic with his Hilterjugend and state-sponsored school system. To quote the Fuhrer, “When an opponent declares: ‘I will not come over to your side,’ I calmly say ‘your child belongs to me already. Who are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing but this new community.’

~ Roberts, Craig; The Medusa File; Consolidated Press International; Tulsa, OK; 1997; p 9

It is this sort of information, that more readily helps me to try to better understand what is the real motives for political manoeuvrings and policies, that continue to attack and belittle Aboriginal cultural values and lifestyle, by such recent strategies as economically penalising Aboriginal parents in remote communities if they “fail” to ensure their children’s attendance at school [referred to as welfare quarantining]. Also Read More Here and here

What is essential is that we create a seamless web of opportunities to develop one’s skills that literally extends from cradle to grave and is the same system for everyone — young and old, poor and rich, worker and full-time student.

~ A Human Resources Development Plan for the United States; National Center on Education and the Economy; 1992

So, given that Australia is seen by some (including yours truly) as the 51st State of the US of A, it is little wonder that are political and collective motives to “close the gap” is no more than a publicly supported ploy to eventually ensure the further if not total demise and deconstruction of cultural difference, with more and more Aboriginal people becoming ‘educated’ to the same values, goals, and aspirations of that of their fellow “dumb-downed” average citizen.

“Every despot throughout history realised that to gain control over their citizens they needed to control the textbooks. They don’t care what we “old folks” think as long as they can mold the minds of the young.” ~ Debbie O’Hara

“Assimilation in any other name still means cultural destruction” ~ DjA

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*acculturation: the adoption of the behaviour patterns of the surrounding culture; “the socialisation of children to the norms of their culture”