A look into Corporate fraud in Australia, Stranglehold of Monopolies, Telecommunications Oppression, Biased Law System, Corporate influence in politics, Industrial Relations disadvantaging workers, Outsourcing Australian Jobs, Offshore Banking, Petrochemical company domination, Invisibly Visible.
It's not what you see, it's what goes on behind the scenes.
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA (ABN: 122 104 616)
Australia's Prime Minister (CEO) Tony Abbott : "Australia is Open for Business"
06 February 2014
Aboriginals - Non Australian, Non human
been said and written about the arrival of Europeans to the continent of “Terra
Australis”, and the colonialisation of the land commonly known as Australia, by
the British empire, which was done by force, where currently all the land of this country
is owned by The Crown (Queen Elizabeth II).
who lived on the land of Australia, were named by the English empire as
Aboriginals, where the prefix ab- is a formal element occurring in loanword
from Latin where its meaning is - “away from” or “not”, e.g. abnormal meaning not
normal, where the term referred to the people who were labeled by the English
were seen to be not original as denoted by the phrase “Ab-original”.
To make matters
worse, in the early days they were head hunted like animals, and a head count
was tallied up to see who had the highest number of kills, before morning tea.
forward to the formation of what Australians (all) should know as the Federation,
with a document from (1900) known as the ‘Constitution’, where Section 127 was
struck out read:
reckoning the numbers of the people of the Commonwealth , or of a State or
other part of the Commonwealth, aboriginal natives shall not be counted.”
1967 a referendum was held in order to change the ‘Constitution’ to include ‘aboriginals’
in a population count.
A film that
has just been released in Melbourne cinema called Utopia, by John Pilger,
highlights a disturbing policy and mentality of the people in control of power in this
Australian mining magnate Lang Hancock [whose daughter Gina Rinehart, is
considered as Australia’s richest person, approximate current value of $20 billion,
depending on which corporate media outlet one listens to] had the mentality of
genocide, with the quote given a reporter regarding the ‘Aboriginal Problem’
that have been assimilated into.. you know.. earning good living, and earning
wages amongst the civilised areas,that have
been accepted into society, they have accepted society, and can handle society, I'd leave them well alone. The ones that are no good to themselves, and can't
accept things, the half casts, and this is where most of the trouble comes, I
would dope the water up so they were sterile and would breed themselves out in
the future and that would solve the problem."
corporate media recently announced that ‘aboriginals’ are recognised by (city)
councils, but in reality, (city) councils are corporate entities, not part of any legitimate government
structure, but that is somewhat a bit of a taboo to report on.
Anyone today who calls the native Australians 'Aboriginals' is confirming them as 'non-originals'.
policy similar to that of her father’s?
whole mining boom - $4,000 (per week) jobs for ‘lazy’ Australians a reality for the Victorians
who wanted to go but did not?
jobs really exist for Aussies, or only for cheap overseas labourers?
Another fact is that native Australians were also
regarded as flora/fauna, by the English. Are they still seen as that today? As always, only actions will speak louder than words and more to the point the truth.