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Woomera Sovereignty Movement of Queensland

tent embassy_carol_coghillAs I drove the 2 hour long trek from my home base of Toowoomba to Brisbane on a wet, miserable day I wondered if many locals would brave the inclement weather to attend a public forum on the growing sovereignty movement.

Sovereignty is a misunderstood word that can be interpreted as confronting and unpatriotic or a wholly inclusive and apt word for our mob's uncontested rights...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 March 2012 06:28

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60 years on the road and I’m a gonna make it home tonight: Thank you Jinnadirran

Watson-St-GabesOn my very first day with the Australian Public Service, employed as a trainee administrative officer at the Alderley office of the Department of Social Security, I was enjoying my anonymity that was to last for only a matter of minutes before the supervisor was introducing me to an office of smiling faces by repeatedly declaring "Let me introduce you to Flo Watson's daughter".

Certainly a simple...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 March 2012 06:27

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