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How it is…

My family hav bn fighting the struggle here 4 40 yrs n i am really trying to look outside the square as i try saving me n my family. We live in bushland without most modern cons and are interested in starting a model 4 thriving here as resources r around jus need to keeo my head above water n unify. Struggling a lil as my family has reduced dramatically leaving a couple of elders n young ones. I feel n pray 4 all our family dominated today n hope to share all about housing, justice, culture, stats, resistance n a better way. Really love to see some mastery in actions of leeders, wats the best way to get a global effort started, any ideas?

I wandered if we’l c see some effort to get big money backers to help found something like exit oppression, providing an equal playing field 4 those in need to help themselves, especially the leaders of communities. But these people will fight tooth n nail that there is no oppression, i suppose is tha problem. Almost like hoping 4 a miracle hey? It’s just that like you all probably have, since early teens at least. I bn trying to think of a streamlined exit to oppression for all 2 million of our people. Like a 5 star outback resort that could run on our terms by us, potentially employing 500 people, imagine a chain of these?

That was wen i was 14, stil got my 10 pages of ideas lol. Now i think more about a string if festivals could really start the ball rolling globally n here we could save our island from greedy miners if we could bring in money from a high scale festival held annually etc. In my opinion, the only way forward in oz is backwards, to where 200 yrs ago they disregarded our existence, as the problem remains largely to blame for this countries atrocious treatment of their first people. But to do this we will need to be the leaders, unfortunately with enuff money to reschool the whole country before they turn this country to desert with no culture at all. I know this wil resonate wid alot of peeps, especially on this page.

I have also got inventions and app ideas n have started recording music to path the way 4 young people and showing them a place exist for lyrical revolutionist. I am proud that after all of the women in my line that have suffered, i have bowed out of the system as much as possible, but i am battling my own demons like these women did, n have a long way to go. I am alone because of poverty and dedicate my whole life to changing this reality 4 the next generation. We can’t let oppression continue i’s nasty cycles, it has taken enuf lives already. I feel the but should REALLY stop here, with us. Problem is until now, i hav dubbed myself a personal activist. We have been reduced so low here, our ability to resist is very limited.

I am largely turning in, to spirit 4 faith n miracles worldwide and learning my culture as quickly as i can as our elders are dying very young. Hope we can grow, keep sharing n make huge ground together. I will spend time reading old posts now. Majikal blessing all on a safe n happy journey too.


Racism makes all sacred man sick, even ignorance is racism, is it not?

We have complex issues and while people make such insulting comments on public forums we are far from advancing as a united front here or globally, the reason i am sad enuf to be moved to do this.also,  I am young but old enuff 2 b fed up wid tha i’m not racists, my neighbours aboriginal bs!  I pray for patience n change to come to man fast.  More importantly, concern could go into walking proud as MAN (Ringin Cedars) on quest 4 freedom.

Sorry but there is no exception or excuse and it makes me feel disheartened about our progress here in Australia, from a first generation, first people, mother to be free from forced removal.  All my grannies n mothers b4 me hav had physical chains and been literally at the hands of oppressors.

The shame thing… Come on thats total bs.  Check ur source please for cultural correctness, ther is such a term u no? From conquer n divide here our mob that are still able to live the ideal, are too victims of inter racism more than anything.  Fyi i have always lived n bn part of my communities.  So i ask True Indigenous people? Are u the assessor of blackness now too?  Sorry but this truely bothers me. As my granny said you either r or u r not. There is no 1/4 etc that was terms used as part of a racist breeding out of aboriginals act, google quadroon.  So es when your grannies were taken because they were black or not black enuf, the way u talk here is very offensive.

What makes a real black person, boomeran n spear, nakedness?  None of that is in place, so is ther no real ones left? But i am black and wouldn’t change it for quids, fist pump!

A cup of tea is a cup of tea no matter how much milk u add. And furthermore i’m sure that if our people needed guidance from our ancient ones, we’d get it now, especially, that our earth n lifeforce is in peril.  So to all who are doubtful, please have faith that the ole ways that were formed from the first sunlight here in this country, will always be safe like all truths it will keep surfacing no matter how hard any dark forces may try to wipe out the people, land and the ways.  I among many others, just because u don’t c us don’t mean we don’t exist, intend to be the living proof, against all odds.

Anyways you can eat ur words as this black woman from redfern, can now sing n dance to 40 traditional dances, learning native tongue, growing bush food, living lightly on our mother in isolation, taking care of country, and in my opinion a few of u need 2 hav faith. Even if we were killed off, this fair skinned woman will raise her children on my ancient homeland, reviving all that is possible, with access to the outside for balance because it is the will of the creator.  Our law is said to be written in our languages, so unless you have learnt any of them, in my opinion you have no idea of the potential of the first people here, what our law for example has to offer and r missing a huge piece of the puzzle.

Gondwana is part of my jouney for the future as instructed by my old people to better understand where we were in terms of human social developments before land changes.  Try exploring more n making less silly comments on your way is my advice to you janicethefree. I usually attract bees wid honey not vinegar but u stirred up a bee hive lol.

Oh and fyi it has bn said that us mob from down the sothern parts are real fighters, see our history, because of our ancestors resistance efforts, our culture still remains strong in parts more further away from impact of colonisation.  We like to make note of our contribution for the survival/thrival of those more fortunate groups who came up less affected.  If only the thanks could some day be shown in the form of appreciation for the part we played n sacrifices to population n lifestyle balance.  For the record, us southerners have proven undoubetedly we are so strong, we will fight to the end 4 what is right!

I don’t care 2 much 4 english as a language or as anything else, it just happens to be my only language for now, so i will not try to be gramatically correct, especially not here.  Looking forward to hearing back, i know how old the thread is though.

Safe n happy journey with many majikal blessings along the way

From a discussion thread regarding Freeman movement, very interesting thread. Check the original post etc that i respond to here.

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A little about page admin Kaiyu Moura (Bayles)

Now living in QLD raising her children on their traditional country, gathering food, learning the old art of building shelters, dance and the local language. For the past 20 years with her late Grandmother Maureen Watson and a dance group with 6 of her sisters Kaiyu travelled schools, festivals, events etc sharing the beauty of First Nations Culture through song and dance, stories, art, theatre, nursery rhymes, poetry etc and engaging all ages in different projects that inspire positive change. Also a poet, documentary maker, songwriter, artist, event organiser, media consultant, testing the waters of micro social enterprise by starting her own tshirt and sublimation printing business and with her own label, Kaiyu creates what she calls Freedom Threads.

After building their own home on Tribal Sovereign land, Kaiyu is now homeschooling and teaching the kids about making our own tinctures, learning about bushtucker and mushrooms, growing food, building with aircrete, setting up wind turbines, composting toilets and ram water pumps... Really learning what it truly means to thrive. This is our Group where we share alot of what we do

Kaiyu and the Tribe
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