Days 112 – 113: Leaving Erldunda

Day 112: 10.30am

15822689_1914244682132052_5806534164399470635_n-1Cannot stop now, I must keep going if there gone to be any justice for my people and this country. Justice must be served if there going to be change for this country and the way of life we live in. It 2017 now and it time for change and this country is ready for it.


Day 112: 11pm

Flashback: Walking to Mt Ebenezer Roadhouse – Noonie


Day 112: 12pm

Happy New Year to one and all. 2017 will be a year that we will all need to work together with the Autochthonous people of this continent, to achieve a peace full settlement in our life time to there countries, the land we are living on, the place we all would like to call home. To the best future we could all hope for, peace to all. – Noonie


Day 112: 1pm

15826429_1914303512126169_3602584313717974257_n-1Powerful photo who ever made this picture!!!


Day 112: 1.30pm

A wet start to the day. – Noonie


Day 112: 2pm

Brown snake outside our rooms – Garry


Day 112: 5pm

15781641_1914413672115153_969222827692271441_nWe don’t know how this walk will end, but we do know that we have to try and see what will happen at the end of the walk for justice in Canberra.


Day 112: 6pm

15873035_1217052808385821_97874164721184376_n– Garry


Day 113: 5am

I will not give up or let them win. I going to keep going until my people have happiness and our culture survived. This government has done nothing, but destroy the way how my people have live for 100,000 year sing our dream time began and taking everything away from us and made us live in pain and hurt. My culture and my ancient land is slowly dieing out and I need to do something to save it. A None is a none and it time for justice to be served. The weapon of the truth well lead me on this path to served justice, to the road of freedom for my people, my culture, my ancient land to survived so it can live on and also bring this country together as one to live together in harmony.


Day 113: 11am

Today we have come to the turn off to Adelaide, a new year and heading South. Erldunda Roadhouse has been a good stop, food and service has been excellent. – Noonie


Day 113: 12pm

15826886_1914780775411776_9193044095285843309_nI remember day I was born in this world until now. This a photo of me when I stood on Matargarup Heirission Island in Perth for the homeless and the forced closure of community in Western Australia. It stood on a island for 16 month to make a stand and for change hoping there more to life that what it is now and how the way my people in this country are being treated by this corporate government same with ever one else and how change need to come and it has come forward. I stood with family and Friend who believed in it and still now they believed in it. We have a Chance of winning this fight against this corporate government. But it up to you guys who following me and watching me.

The question i’m asking is that are we going to just let them do what ever they like this corporate government or are you going start making a stand for what you believed in and start sharing my picture and tell people it time justice need to be served and that this corporate government need to leave Australia. So there can be cultural government set in place where it is for the people, by the people and in control by the people. We can Do this but I need you guys to start stepping it up now and help me make this walk for justice bigger so the future generation can look back at us and say because our grand parent where have a better life style. Now well you guys start stepping it up or are you going let me and my team stand alone for justice for every one in Canberra.


Day 113: 1pm

South we go! – Noonie


Day 113: 1.30pm

15825837_1914799318743255_8175177672514545059_nChange need to come and it only well come if we come together as one. If we what a cultural government in place said of a corporate government for multi billion air we need to work together and bring unity come forward. Unity is the only way to go forward and a way to make this country great. We need to also look after the wild life who live on the land because the world dose not just below to humans. But all who was created from the beginning of life. I know it can be done and I know you know it can be done. But first we need to put our difference to the side and start working together if there going to be any change of making this country great for our child future. But most of all every person who live here with us most respect my people land,our cultural believed and our secret site where we do law. I have see the future that this country can become better than what it is now.


Day 113: 3pm

15873587_1914821268741060_1032783640174547714_nI just wanted to thank Mariaha Cross, Della Pearce, Martin Campbell, Maurice Campbell, Darnell Campbell, Angel Cross Campbell and Amelia Cross Campbell for letting us stay at they place for Christmas in Alice springs and helping us out with think also resting up. I just wanted to thank you guys for showing us around and telling us how think been going for the our people in the northern territory and how staff need to be change in the northern territory to make think right for our people. So thank you guys


Day 113: 7pm

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Been in so much different news paper, been on radio station and Channel like ABC, SBS, Great western news 7 and NITV. But never being a Burch yet by channel 7, channel 9 or channel 10. Mmmmm it make you think that the big main stream media group don’t what me to be on they T.V Most be because if the hole country find out what I’m doing. The hold country well be supporting this walk for justice. But let see if they a Burch me when I head Adelaide.


Day 113: 8pm

Were down for the night, a good start for 2017, heading South camping on the way down. – Noonie

 

Author: Clintonswalkforjustice

I’m a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and a Yulparitja man from the West of Australia. I will be walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where I will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

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