Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Australian Aboriginals celebrate end to racist, fascist regime

By Les Malezer
les.malezer@gmail.com
Australia's racist government is ousted!
I am pleased to inform you of good news in Australia. There has been a change of government with the incoming government pledging to support the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. We are devising a proposal for the most effective way for government to announce the change in position at the national and international level. We hope to have action on 10 December, the International Day for Human Rights. I will update you on developments as soon as concrete plans are made. In the meantime please consider these two matters:
(1) Writing to the Prime Minister of Australia, urging that the government play a leadership role in promoting the rights of Indigenous Peoples at the international level. The address would be:
The Rt Hon Kevin Rudd Prime Minister of Australia; Parliament House; Canberra ACT 2600 Australia [If you send copies of your correspondence to me, via email, we will be able to keep account of the representations, and take follow-up action.] (2) Seeking support from the Australian Ambassadors to UN, by sponsoring and otherwise supporting resolutions on Indigenous Rights. I will keep you informed of developments in the policies of the Australian Government. We have our own plans at the domestic level to raise the levels of understanding and commitment to Indigenous rights. In the meantime we are celebrating the end of 11 years of extreme racist and fascist government. The historical element of this election is that the former Prime Minister, John Howard, is likely to lose his seat in the parliament, thus making him only the second Prime Minister in Australia to lose his seat whilst in office. The first was Stanley Bruce in 1929. Regards, Les Malezer, Chairman FAIRAPO, Box 8402, Woolloongabba Qld 4102 AUSTRALIA
http://www.faira.org.au/http://homepage.mac.com/les.malezer/


News wires:
Stolen Generation Alliance: Australia's apology must be more than just words:
http://www.smh.com.au/news/National/Apology-must-be-more-than-just-words/2007/11/28/1196036945235.html

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