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POSTED BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS

Letters of Appreciations to Spyros Peter Goudas Over the years, Mr. Spyros Peter Goudas has given various donations to different organizations in absolute and justified need.

This extraordinary documentary by John Richard Pilger portrayed the real history of Australia going back 40000 years.

There are millions of people around the world that never been educated about Australia until this films of John Richard Pilger were shown.

Obviously lately are hundred of documentaries and movies by others who portrayed the situation and the history of Australia.

We have to start from the beginning. Within the film, you can view Marcia Langton as well as Bobby Randall; Prof. Fred Hollows; Mario Fredericks; Vince Forrester; Burraga; Margaret Tucker; Freda Thornton, all of them who expressed their views of the reality that has been concealed for so long to the rest of the world. 

Please view this film and the others with patience and understanding.

PHOTO OF  Marcia Langton 

Within the film, you can view Marcia Langton as well as Bobby Randall; Prof. Fred Hollows; Mario Fredericks; Vince Forrester; Burraga; Margaret Tucker; Freda Thornton, all of them who expressed their views of the reality that has been concealed for so long to the rest of the world.

 

Professor Marcia Langton AM is an anthropologist and geographer, and since 2000 has held the Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne. 

She has produced a large body of knowledge in the areas of political and legal anthropology, Indigenous agreements and engagement with the minerals industry, and Indigenous culture and art.

Her role in the Empowered Communities project under contract to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and as a member of the Expert Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians are evidence of Professor Langton's academic reputation, policy commitment, and impact, alongside her role as a prominent public intellectual.

Her 2012 Boyer lectures titled: The Quiet Revolution: Indigenous People and the Resources Boom is one of her recent contributions to public debate, and have added to her influence and reputation in government and private sector circles.

In 1993, she was made a member of the Order of Australia in recognition of her work in anthropology and the advocacy of Aboriginal rights.
Professor Marcia Langton is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, a Fellow of Trinity College, Melbourne and an Honorary Fellow of Emmanuel College at The University of Queensland.

In 2016 Professor Langton was honored as a University of Melbourne Distinguished Professor.

As further recognition as one of Australia's most respected Indigenous Academics, in 2017 Professor Marcia Langton is appointed as the first Associate Provost at the University of Melbourne.

PHOTO OF  Marcia Langton 

In 2016 Professor Langton is honoured as a University of Melbourne Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor.   As further recognition as one of Australia's most respected Indigenous Academics, in 2017 Professor Marcia Langton is appointed as the first Associate Provost at the University of Melbourne. 

Chair Of Australian Indigenous Studies, University Of Melbourne

Professor Marcia Langton AM is a descendant of the Iman people of Queensland.

She qualified as an anthropologist and geographer, and since 2000 has held the Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne.

Her current research concerns alcohol management in Aboriginal settings.

She has produced a large body of knowledge in the areas of political and legal anthropology, and Aboriginal arts and culture.

She has published and presented on Indigenous agreements and engagement with the minerals industry, Aboriginal land tenure, native title and Indigenous resource management.

Her 2012 Boyer lectures titled ‘The Quiet Revolution: Indigenous People and the Resources Boom’) are examples of her contributions to public debate, and have added to her influence and reputation in government and private sector circles.

In 2016 Professor Langton was honored as a University of Melbourne Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor. 

Australian flag proposal by Spyros Peter Goudas

 Australian flag proposal by Spyros Peter Goudas

Letter To Marcia Langton from Spyros Peter Goudas

Hello dear Marcia;

Having been dedicated to my mission practically 24 hours a day, I have been rushed off my feet with activities that occupy a good chunk of my time and consequently, until recently.

I did not have the opportunity to watch the documentary entitled: “The Secret Country” by one of the greatest journalists in the world, Mr. John Richard Pilger whom I expressed my worries for his safety in my article about Cambodia.

I am usually on track with his documentaries, and will never forgive myself for this delay.

In 1967 at the age 25, as an Aircraft Engineer, prior to landing in Canada from Greece, I was also invited to emigrate in South Africa or Australia, (BIO) a country that was presented to me back then as a great nation, through the conspiracy of silence

While going through severe personal struggles,

I stand behind the creation and development of 1250  international food products, without not even one single A1 Food recall from the (CFIA) Canadian Food Inspection Agency in the course of 45 years.

in addition to 98% score from Walmart in quality control and incidentally, giving back to both the
local and international communities has been consistently a top priority for me.
 

 

Despite the fact that my time does not allow it, I managed to write several articles
 books   more than 500 recipes and over 150 biographies that inspire, motivate my readers
and compel them to deep reflections on the world around them.

This documentary of Mr. John Richard Pilger goes beyond the well-worth-watch status.

The historical records, as well as the realities exposed, are distressing.

It deserves an Academy Awards and you can be proud of your active contributions to it.

First, allow me to say that you are a beautiful soul, something extraordinary.

As I watched the first documentary entitledThe First Australian Fight BackI was saddened with your deep disconcert, your fury, your frustrations, and aggravations as I focused on the expressions of your face, lips movement, and the terrible pain, which is obvious by the look into your eyes. 

After watching several subsequent documentaries, you have unmistakably aged very gracefully and have successfully challenged the white invaders to meet you where you are, to heartbreakingly “wear your shoes and many hats” so to speak.

How could we so-called humans, dared to be this cruel with impunity???
How could we, unless we are barbarian monsters??? 

I have repeatedly watched this documentary and others in disbelief in order to really understand every word and their meanings.
 
Even with great effort, we learn to communicate in one language while your people without resources, learned at least six different ones.

It felt as though, some evil, and cold-blooded savage, they walked into my home without knocking, torturing and killing each and every member of my family in the most despicable way, declared the house as vacant so that they can take possession of the home that I built with my hands and have habited for years, and this has not stopped even in recent dates.

It has taken a different shape of modern oppressions while the international community is sitting around and not pushing for reparations perhaps due to a lack of awareness.  The pain and the bleeding have not stopped, and I felt it.


The scars in your souls has not faded; and No - Nothing in existence can compensate for strapping up a man’s arms behind his back, followed by cold-blooded removal of his genitals and watching him screaming and slowly bleed to death while viciously raping his wife or daughters and introducing sharp objects in their vaginas and watch them die.

No - Nothing can ever compensate the damages of repeatedly testing and experimenting atomic bombs over Maralinga - Tjarutja areas where innocent natives and their children reside caused disease and death.
The local people called 'puyu' or 'black mist'

Those “fortunate” ones that remain alive must live with these wounds while they are
disfigured and suffer blindness for life.

These invading materials were demons performing despicable acts for which there cannot be compensated unless these vile criminals are subjected to the same fate:

 “An eye for an eye”. “Genitals for genitals”! 

Dear Marcia, I am begging you deeply in my heart to really clarify the disgust of your people towards all whites but concentrate only on the nations that had oppressed you.
They are forever indebted.
They must be held to account and suffer losses and damages
!

Your account will be featured in many books and articles for years to come.
You will be remembered forever.

I believe that you should consider a leading political position for your nation in Australia.

Even though I am far away, I will do everything I can to promote your mission.

With an exceptional 40000 + years in existence, you are a sovereign nation and as such, you should run for presidential office. 

Your country lives, and heritage was almost wiped out.

They have been and continue using your people as commodities and resources while building their privileges and comfort on the blood and deaths of your people.

We need to see this reparation in an immediate future.
 
This was and continues to be a crime against humanity and it needs to be resolved immediately.

What an ugly and horrifying past!

In the meantime, the rest of the world dint not know anything about.

This dark secret dehumanizes and brings absolute shame on Australia and its flag.

The time for reparation is overdue. Let’s get it done so we can move on to better days! 

With a Slogan * MLFP *: Marcia Langton for President! 

No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion.

Hate is learned, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.”  

A man who takes away another man’s freedom is a prisoner of hatred; he is locked behind the bars of prejudice and narrow-mindedness.

 I am not truly free if I am taking away someone else’s freedom, just as surely as I am not free when my freedom is taken from me.

The oppressed and the oppressor alike are both robbed of their humanity
.” Long Walk to Freedom

Spyros Peter Goudas   Toronto Ontario Canada

Bob Randall was an Yankunytjatjara Elder and a traditional owner of Uluru (Ayers Rock).

In the early 70's Bob's song, "Brown Skin Baby (They Took Me Away)" became an anthem for the Aboriginal people.

He is the author of two books: his autobiography Songman and a children's book Tracker Tjginji, and is the subject of the recent documentary film Kanyini.

For more, visit globalonenessproject.org.

PHOTO OF BOB RANDALL

 Bob Randall:"Brown Skin Baby (They Took Me Away)" became an anthem for the Aboriginal people. He is the author of two books: his autobiography Songman and a children's book Tracker Tjginji, and is the subject of the recent documentary film Kanyini. For more, visit globalonenessproject.org. FLYERMALL.COM POSTED BY SPYROS PETER GOUDAS 

Australia's atomic confessions

 

Silent Storm atomic testing in Australia

 

Reflections with John Pilger

Photo of JOHN PILGER

 

First Australians - They Have Come To Stay - Episode 1

PHOTO OF  Marcia Langton 

 

First Australians - Her Will To Survive - Episode 2

PHOTO OF BRUCE PASCOE

  

First Australians - Freedom for our lifetime - Episode 3

  

First Australians There is No Other Law Episode 4

PHOTO OF HERMAN MALBUNKA

 

First Australians - An Unhealthy Government Experiment - Episode 5

First Australians A Fair Deal For A Black Race - Episode 6

PHOTO OF GORDON BRISCOE

 

First Australians We Are No Longer Shadows - Episode 7

PHOTO OF DONALD WHALEBOAT

 

Utopia 

David Lee2 years ago Thank you for creating and sharing this movie, John. I knew the basics of the injustices visited upon the aboriginal populations of Australia but this strong film enriched my understanding immeasurably.

Giovanni Libero1 year ago I didn't know anything about this horror the aborigines were forced to live, and even worse, I didn't know it goes till this days. I didn't know how much the Australian government is rotten. Good documentary, it should be shown in schools. People should be educated about this

Gabi Caperri2 years ago Thank you for sharing your work with us. I've watched most of your excellent documentaries, shared them with my dear ones, and I also bought your last two books. In fact, I wrote an essay about you (Latin American magazine, Argentina), because my people certainly get to know about your work. I admire your courage very much.

 

Lang Hancock 

I would dope the water up so that they were sterile and would breed themselves out in the future, and that would solve the problem."

Australian aboriginal music | Australia

 

Relaxing Music Aboriginal Australian

 

Aboriginal guys playing Didgeridoo music 

 

Links to Interesting Places
Page Updated - 6th March 2009
 
 
 
 
 
 

Kooriweb
National Aboriginal Art Award Winner 2003 - Tribute Site

Photographer Juno Gemes Exhibition - "PROOF"

Keith Windshuttle's Website

Timeline of Aboriginal resistance, 1790-1997
 

Bad News: The Noam Chomsky Archive

On the Art of Stealing Human Rights - Native American article

Australian Anarchist and Syndicalist History Links

The Films and Writing of John Pilger

The papers of Charles Perkins

"Different Perspectives on Black Armband History" - An essay

Tarantula Web-cam, Melbourne Museum

Peter Rotumah's Aboriginal Australia

An interesting African-American site with essays on Australia

Gough Whitlam's Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture

Marlo Morgan Exposé - Dumbartung Aboriginal Corp

Media Watch - ABC-TV

Inside Story | Current affairs and culture

Know the Enemy: Noel Pearson on Wikipedia

Legendary Koori Political Activist the late Bruce McGuinness' Website

National Indigenous Times newspaper

Raylene the Racist - ABC-TV

Foundation for Aboriginal & Islander Research Action (faira)

International Aboriginal Links

Yarrabah Aboriginal Community

Frontier Website

Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation

ABC Indigenous Online

David Langsam's tribute page to Lin Onus

An interesting collection of mainstream Native Title stuff.

Smart Street Films
 
 
"There is no greater sorrow on earth than the loss of one's native land." - Euripides 431 B.C.
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