Wednesday, 21 October 2015

UN Resolution 1514 States that it is every people group's right to seek independence

But when it comes to West Papua both the Australian and Indonesian Governments would rather make a buck out of Gold mining than Free West Papua.

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

The Government has Broken Our Trust

For Australia to move forward with integrity (including Freeing West Papua) we need a new brood of politicians.  The current brood has broken our trust and once we all realise this then we can take the opportunity to reform our government at the next Federal Election.

The below link shows how the Gambling Industry is paying off the Government. Australia has a gambling problem and 80% of people want reform but we can't trust our government to do it!

Saturday, 17 October 2015

Former Indonesian President Awarded Honorary Doctorate

It is was with shock and disgust that I found out that former Indonesian president “His Excellency Dr Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono”(SBY) has been awarded an honorary doctorate at The University of Western Australia, in recognition of his contribution to global affairs and long-term advocacy in building strong relations between Australia and Indonesia. 

Friday, 16 October 2015

Freedom Summits on 23 - 25 October 2015

Freedom Summits is just about to happen next weekend and we look forward to meeting those of you who are planning on coming.  

Listen to the radio interview recorded live on BayFM.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

PART 2: Petition: Lombok Treaty

We need to expect more integrity from our Politicians.

The Lombok Treaty petition, physically signed by 105 people was read out in the House of Representatives on Monday August 17, 2015:…/display.w3p;db=CHAMBER;id=cham…

Let’s see what response our honourable politicians will give.

But history shows that for the past 50 years, our politicians fake shock and horror but do nothing.

UN Resolution 514 supports the right for people groups to have independence. However, the Australian Government effectively signs West Papua's rights over to Indonesia who are killing off the West Papuan independence movement.

Why do you think it is that the Australian Government is more interested in appeasing Indonesia than West Papua's right to independence?

Monday, 12 October 2015

PART 1: Petition: Lombok Treaty

Two Australians were executed for drug running but the Indonesian Military is reportedly involved with drug running:

Also the Indonesian's own Intelligence Agency was involved in the murder of Munir Said Thalib on September 7, 2004 he was one of Indonesia's most famous human rights and anti-corruption activists. His killers got lenient sentences.

We want the submission of the physical petition to the Australian Government to be a limus test on whether we the people of Australia can trust our Government:

If the Government refused to fully abolish the Lombok Treaty then that is clear evidence to the people of Australia that business and trade with Indonesia is more important than the lives of Australians, West Papuan's, and human rights activists. The FWPP will then motion that the people of Australia should use the next Federal Election as a vote of no confidence in all those that make up the current Australian Parliament.

To sign up as a member of the FWP Party, membership is only AU$1:

FWPP Media Release: Forty years on, the Ghosts of the Balibo Five still haunt the Indonesian and Australian Governments - the big lies must now stop about West Papua

This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Balibo Five and Roger East murders. In 1975 five journalists from Australia travelled to East Timor to find out the truth about rumours of Indonesia's pending invasion of East Timor. Both the Indonesian and Australian government stated they were caught in cross fire and died by accident. A NSW Coroner D Pinch in 2007 found they were murdered in cold blood, by the Indonesian military, a war crime of unlawful killing to cover up the incursion by the Indonesian military. The Australian government through the Defence Security Directorate and Defence Security Organisation knew of their murders and kept it secret from the Australian people for years. Roger East another reporter who went to investigate their disappearance was murdered on Dili Wharf 7th Dec 1975 by Indonesian soldiers. Their families have never received an official apology and those responsible have escaped justice. Indonesia blocked Australia's attempts to find the truth. In 1996 Alexandria Downer requested Indonesia co operate with the Sherman enquiry, Indonesia declined the request. 

Read the FWPP Media Release here (PDF).