Day 346: Mackey Rest Area

Day 346: 7am

[Admin Team] But he knew he was there for a reason, and that he could make a difference, so he kept going, one step at a time.

“When I got there I learnt so much about our sovereign people and what we’ve been fighting for,”

This article in The Saturday Paper is one of our favourites!


Day 346: 7.30pm


Day 346: 8.30am

Good morning guys it a beautiful day today.


Day 346: 1.30pm

[Admin Toby] Over the course of Clinton’s Walk, his Uncle Herbert Bropho has kept in contact by often sending me video’s and – as im sure you have seen – the many memes and images blended into works of art. He surprised Clinton and the crew by joining them in Sydney for the final length to Canberra, sporting one of the supporter shirts. He has never given up advocating for rights, his nephews cause, speaking at rallies such as the nation wide ‘Justice for Elijah’ protests, and local issues such as Wadjemup (Rottnest Island), the case of Matagarup and homelessness.

In a defiant plea, Uncle Herbert also sits at the gates of his former Swan Valley community every Monday since being closed by the WA State Government in 2003. Its people were immediately disposessed and made homeless after 11 houses were demolished in the dawn with no notice of eviction given to the families.

With the demolition of community infrastructure at Oombulgurri
and Barnetts intention of further community closures, the situation of homelessness rose to media attention again in 2016 following a 3rd raid to confiscate personal belongings on Hieresson Island by police and City of Perth officials. Although registered as a sacred site, an Injunction lodged by Bella Bropho was unsuccessful at the time that Clinton set out accross the country on foot.

Here is a video of Matagarup or Hieresson Island that Uncle Herbert shared with me a few weeks ago that I hadn’t seen and its honesty struck me. Featured in New Zealand it was free of media bias and its images presented the fact that not much has changed in the approach of governments to the realities of First Nations People.

Matagarup – a place of Aboriginal cultural significance – was called a refugee camp for valid reasons.


Day 346: 3pm


Day 346: 3pm


Day 346: 3pm


Day 346: 3.30pm


Day 346: 4pm

[Admin Lisa] Are you planning on joining the walk ?? If you are, then you need to read this.

What you need to bring :

You will be responsible for your own food, camping gear, water, money and any other costs incurred while walking.

We would love you to bring your commitment, your sense of humour and your deepest respects for what Clinton has achieved in the last year and how important this last final part of his walk is.

We want to keep the fires burning, so if you are coming to the Aboriginal Tent Embassy please bring some wood to donate, funds for yourself and a sense of unity and purpose.

We want to use this opportunity to remind people that Clinton is THE ONLY spokesperson for his Walk for Justice .

We will not tolerate any unsociable behaviours, drugs and alcohol are not appropriate or acceptable and you will be asked to leave if any of these basic courteous rules are not followed.

Everyone is welcome to join in but it is up to you to work out where, when and how.

There are buses available for people who may be having a tough day or just want an easier day, the buses can also be used to store your camping gear on during the day so that you are free to walk.

Please label all your possessions.

An Event Page will be created that we will share and ask you to join. This will be where we post updates about where Clinton and the team are at and this will also be the place where walkers will need to check in to for any important announcements.

The Admin Team are flying over to join you all next week and we want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your help and support in getting us over there. It is really appreciated and we couldn’t have done any of this without you !!


Day 346: 6pm


Day 346: 11.30pm

Day 342 & 343: Campbelltown

Day 342: 8.30am


Day 342: 9am

[Admin Toby] Janelle and Zach’s visit to Australia was a cultural exchange through a partnership between the Australian Health Services Research Institute (AHSRI) at the University of Wollongong, Waminda – South Coast Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corp., Welfare Aboriginal Corporation and Purdue University.


Day 342: 10.30am

Join us to celebrate Clinton’s arrival in Canberra and his meeting with the Governor General in the spot where The Walk for Justice began almost a whole year ago!


Day 342: 11.30am

Call out for help asap we need two driver who have LR licence to driver 22 seater school bus. There are two of them, we need this drive by today this afternoon to pick up this bus or one for now to pick up one of the bus’s and get the other one in the next couple of days. We leave Campbelltown tomorrow around 9:00am if you cannot make it.

I have decided to use one of the bus as a shuttle bus to pick people up and to drop people of if they what to walk with us where we are and when you finish walking with us we can drop you back to your town. The other one well stay with us for the hold day because to help people walk and need to rest.

Food, fuel, tent and blankets are cover. The only think you need is stuff for your self and the LR licence because you well be charge on the bus you drive until we get to Canberra. Please message me asap so we can organise something out.

***UPDATE*** 

We have two amazing drivers who have joined the team!


Day 342

From the 19th out of Bulli to the end of the day’s walk for us. As well as where we were camped. – Noonie

Bonus Video


Day 342: 5.30pm

On our way into Sydney to pick up two bus’s. Canberra here we come with a mob of people walking for justice and freedom. Canberra you better be ready.


Day 342: 9.30pm


Day 343: 2.30pm

[Admin Luke] Clinton’s message to Canberra video by Alfred Pek & The QUO.

#ClintonsWalk #TreatyNOW


Day 343: 3.30pm


Day 343


Day 343: 8pm

[Admin Gee] Pic sent in by Allen on FB

Day 333: Redfern Sydney

Day 333: 4.30am


Day 333: 8am

Good morning guys it another beautiful day of walking today. I be on BBC world news tonight at 9:30pm until 10:00pm to talk on they show on Skype about the walk for justice. If your follower from London please watch when I on show it will be 1:00pm your time in London. It well be a half a hour interview and the BBC world news have 44million view. It is to let the world know about the walk for justice and why I have when on this amazing journey in the first place with a team of amazing people.


Day 333: 10am

This is the home of the homeless on Heirisson island it was a quiet day and then the next day the police raid. – Herbert Bropho


Day 333

Looking around off the road today, I just love the Countries we have been walking through and for me some riding the bike as well. Love it. – Noonie


Day 333: 11am

Hey from sydney and surrounding areas we be in Redfern today at 3:00pm please come a long and meet me and my team. It will be a day to remember 


Day 333: 11am

Stood right in front of the right squad and no one else was standing with me the only people was there standing was the West Australian media and the West Australian police and myself I confronted him face to face I didn’t run I will straight up to him and stood in front of me they had guns and they was ready for war but I stood my ground always was always will be Aboriginal land – Herbert Bropho


Day 333: 1pm

Thanks NITV 🐾👣👍


Day 333: 2pm

After a walk today we are heading for Sydney. – Noonie


Day 333: 2pm

Hey everyone we on our way into Redfern now. The only think is we running a bit late we just made it into Sydney and we going to drive to Redfern so we don’t what people to wait. I hoping we be there before 4:00pm guy. If not we be there before 4:30pm guys sorry about this running a bit late.


Day 333

On our way to Sydney. – Noonie


Day 333: 2.30pm


Day 333: 2.30pm

Rachel Evans at Green Left Weekly


Day 333: 2.30pm


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Day 333: 3pm


Day 333: 3pm


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Day 333: 4pm

Clinton Pryor has been walking almost a year from Perth on his way to Canberra for justice and visiting communities along the way.

Come along and meet Clinton at La Perouse Aboriginal Community and show your support as he continues his journey.


Day 333: 5pm

Courtesy of John Janson Moore http://www.johnjansonmoore.com/journal/2017/8/10/clinton-pryor-arrives-in-redfern

[Admin Luke] Hi All, if you have photos from Redfern today, please share them here or let us know where to find them!

Thanks!


Day 333: 8.30pm

I was just on BBC news talking to 44 million people. Unbelievable know that just happen. The world know now about the walk for justice.

Day 287 & 288: From Traralgon

Day 287: 7.30am


Day 287: 9.30am

Good mroning guys it a other beautiful day of walking  We leave Traralgon town and we be walking on A1 hwy towards Rosedale town. We be getting into Rosedale this afternoon


Day 287: 11.30am

On our way out today we stop at a small tin van takeaway, good food and another happy person. At wicked brew coffee. – Noonie


Day 287: 12pm

Keep an eye out on the road for the spirit walk. He might be walking around in your area. He follows the song lines and walks in the footsteps of the old people. They call this man the spirit Walker.

The spirit Walker who’s walking across this country for Justice, unity and for change.


Day 287

From Traralgon to our food stop. – Noonie


Day 287: 6pm

Hey guys history lesson tonight. I meant to load up these videos every Sunday. But tonight I’m going to load this one up. These videos are call the first Australians.

The first Australians Episode 4: No other law.


 

Day 287: 7pm

Powerful just powered picture.


Day 287: 9.30pm

From lunch to our camp, just out side Kilmany. – Noonie


Day 288: 7am

When people draw amazing picture of you. When I was just a young warrior on Heirisson Island Matargarup fighting for justice and for change. I won’t back down because i knew i have to make a Stand for my people community and for all homeless people. I well never give up until my people community are saved and homeless people get a home.

Thank you Vicki Bennet


Day 288: 10am

Just having interview with channel 9 out in Gippsland. Also on top getting the team involved with interview so that they can explain about what they have seen sin been on the walk.


Day 288: 12pm

We have left camp, Channel Nine has droped in and had a chat and taken some videos of Clinton on the road. – Noonie


Day 288

Photos from along the road. – Noonie


Day 288: 4.30pm


Day 288: 6pm

Made it on 9 news Gippsland. But didn’t watch the news has anyone seen and video record it if you did can upload to my page.


Day 288: 6.30pm

The end of the day at Sale. – Noonie


Day 288: 9pm

So little help for the homeless and when there is some place good.
The Government shut them down!!! – Brett

[Admin] Community Response Video.

Day 267 & 268: Pre-March Melbourne

Day 267: 11am

[Guest Post] Drawing of Clinton, an indigenous Australian man currently walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where he will eventually be seeking an audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

Pen on paper/card – 2017

Jolon Larter


Day 267: 12pm

Our lunch stop and the people we had meet today, great people. – Noonie


Day 268: 9.30am

Good morning all don’t forget today is the day we march thought Melbourne. So get ready and bring what you need for today march. I well see you all this afternoon at the march.


Day 268: 11am

[Admin Gee] Flashback to our very first video back in Perth on Matagarup…. we’ve come a long way team!


Day 268: 12pm

[Admin Gee] Don’t forget to send us your pics today Melbourne! Thanks to the Naarm Support Team for this beauty!


Day 268: 1pm

Just passing through Hillside. – Noonie


Day 268

On the road today heading to Melbourne. – Noonie


Day 268: 1pm

Perth man walks 4000 kilometres for Justice – arrives Melbourne JUNE 6

Clinton’s Walk For Justice in Naarm (Melbourne)

What: 100’s of supporters and Warriors for Aboriginal Resistance march with Clinton into Melbourne

Time: Tuesday, June 6, 5pm – Press conference (Parliament Gardens), March at 5.30pm

Location: Begin at Parliament Gardens, march to Flinders St Station

On the evening of June 6, Clinton Pryor and his support team from Clintons Walk for Justice will walk into Melbourne to be joined by hundreds of supporters after travelling 4000 kilometres on foot since leaving Perth in September last year.

Clinton has been walking to draw attention to the issues facing his people – such as the high rates of Aboriginal people jailed, and suicides of young people, the closure of remote communities, and the strongly growing movement for treaty.

“Our sovereignty was never ceded and our rights as the first nation peoples of this land should be recognised and respected. We want a treaty and a real say in decision making.

Clintons Walk For Justice will join the Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance in a march through Naarm (Melbourne), beginning at Parliament.

Clinton Pryor, a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and Yulparitja 27 year old man from Western Australia has been on his walk since September, and he will have been on the road for a full year by the time he reaches Canberra (Via Sydney), where he and his team will deliver strong messages on behalf of the people and communities they have met with right across the country.

So far Clinton and the team have travelled through the dryness of the Gibson desert, all the way to Uluru and on through the blistering heat of summer to Coober Pedy, Port Augusta and Adelaide city.

Clinton’s Walk For Justice began out of a need within Clinton to do something about the forced closure of Aboriginal communities, and that strong theme continues.“The government has been slowly cutting off services in these communities – denying basic human rights like water – they are clearing people off land, so they can no longer care for country – and its all for mining companies to make a profit,” said Clinton.

“We know the land very well, we have been living off it for thousands for years. We know very well how this land and the environment works. It’s time for you fellas to listen to us… it doesn’t just effect our people… every other person suffers as well as the wildlife. Our elders should be given back control over our communities,” he concluded.

Facebook Event for March: https://www.facebook.com/events/1864352090449006/

Clinton’s Walk For Justice is entirely grassroots organised and funded: gofundme.com/clintonswalk


Day 268

We finish the day and to get to drive into the City. – Noonie


Day 268: 1.30pm

[Guest Post] At Victorian Aboriginal Health Services woo! – WAR Mob


Day 268: 1.30pm

[Guest Post] Clinton got an awesome reception and feed from staunch aboriginal community here. Hearing about the concerns with treaty process. Clinton talking about communities he has met who have to travel 40km for fresh water. Ancestors Lands being destroyed. – Nicola


Day 268: 2pm

[Guest Post] car collecting signatures on the journey 🙂 – scorpiohh


Day 268: 2.30pm

Video courtesy of Victorian Aboriginal Health Services


Day 268

Clinton at the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service to talk to the people their, a good welcome he received. After finishing here we walked into Melbourne for the march. – Noonie


 

Day 264: Ballan

Day 264: 4.30am


Day 264: 8.30am

Hello everyone before we get into the walk today and head of to Melbourne I just wanted to thank Mr Tony Lovett from the Koori Hub and the Ballarat Masters Football Club for helping us out by helping with getting our cars served at the mechanic by covering the cost. Thank you Mr Tony Lovett for assisting us with help mate

I also what to thank Sgt Mel Peters from Ballarat police by calling the police in Melbourne to look at helping us out with assisting to escort us over the Melbourne bridge when we walk into Melbourne from west side of it. I hope that the police of Melbourne well help us when we make our walk into Melbourne.

Thank you Sgt Mel peter

[Guest Post] Thanks for the wrap Clinton. Regent Auto in Ballarat Arena Mclaren did a great deal looking after your cars, the Ballarat ACJP picked up the tab for the remaining repairs. I just facilitated it.
Once again, thanks for stopping in Ballarat and sharing your story and inspiration! – Tony Lovett

[Admin] Ballarat Regent Automotive Services


Day 264: 9am

Good morning guys we on our way into Melbourne


Day 264: 11am

I have walk over 4,000 something km now I doing this walk for everyone to bring unity in this country. I walk for my family who i stood with on Heirssion island for 16month who fought for homeless an forced closure of community. A strong family I have and a proud family I have who just what our community to be reopened up and get back on with our live. I Walk for community that been close down to get them reopened up. We stand strong and proud and we a ready to fought for anyone who need help.

I walk to end poverty in community around Australia, I walk for ever homeless person who live in this country who need a home. I walk to bring everyone together to bring unity forward to get justice for everyone and for our self. This walk is for you my family back home in Perth, this walk is for my people, this walk is for all my friend who stood with and this walk is for everyone else. This government for to long has hurt us all and it time we get justice served.


Day 264

– Garry


Day 264: 12pm

We have left Ballarat, on our way. – Noonie


Day 264: 1pm

Thank you NITV for publishing this story about the walk and it good you written it down well about time. Please have a read guys a real story to read about why I walking and what I have notest been in community, station, homeland and town. It time for them to listen when I get into Canberra.

I ain’t walking to Canberra to see the prime minister. I walking to Canberra to see the governor general because a none is a none it time we talk to the queen right hand man ask for the one of royal family to come here to see us all.


Day 264

On the old Melbourne rd – Garry


Day 264: 3.30pm

This is Herbie had the day off school to walk with Clinton – Garry


Day 264: 6pm

We just coming over the hill of Melbourne and I can say I never seen a big city before bigger than Perth there so much light woo😱 this me and my team first time coming into Melbourne in our life😨


Day 264: 6.30pm

We had a young walker with us today. His mum was keeping an eye on him, Herbert was no problem, not long after this photo Herbert and his mum headed home. Thankyou Herbert for the company, thanks to his mum for bringing Herbert out – Noonie


Day 264: 7pm

We made it to Ballan. – Noonie

Days 249 – 251: Maryborough

Day 249: 10.30am

[Guest Post] A few weeks ago we were lucky enough to have Clinton Pryor aka “The Spirit Walker” visit us at the Amnesty office and chat about his Clinton’s Walk for Justice. Listen to what Clinton had to say here and learn more about his journey and the issues he is raising awareness about.

Thanks again Clinton Pryor for your time, we wish you all the best and we will continue to follow and support you on your journey.

– Amnesty International Australia – SA/NT Branch


Day 249: 2.30pm

Hello there I just want to ask if you got a spare moment to have a read of this.

My name is Clinton Pryor and I’m just writing a story about this man you see in the photo below. So please if you go some time to have a read. Please I would love for to have a read. Some of you may know him and other’s may not know him. But to me he is my uncle and his name is Uncle Anthony Spratt from Perth Western Australia. Uncle Anthony Spratt was a Homeless man who lives around Perth, Travel up north to Darwin where he live homeless up there with long Grass people and travel to Alice springs Centre Australia. Where he when thought the aboriginal Lore to become a lore man. Before returning back to Perth where he had his last day living on the street has a homeless man.

Before he passed on I would like people to know who he was, what he did and who he helped. So please keep reading, he was a great man and I would like you to know who he was, how he help so many homeless people around Perth and how he was a homeless man himself who fought against the government with other homeless people, family and friends where he live in Perth. I what people to know this man story and I think good people in this world need they story to be told.

So please continue reading….

When he returned back to Perth he was still a homeless man in a way by going around traveling to family, friends and people he know to stay one night at the place to keep himself warm at night or get something to eat for himself and also living on the street as well with other homeless people. When he was living on the street of Perth. He used to play a guitar or busk on every corner so he can make some money for himself. When he uses to busk on the street and sing along he always had other homeless people with him. What he made from busking he use to share his money with other homeless people so they had something to eat at night. He never was a Greedy man like you see this billion air or people who have a job and a home. He was a good man in a way of having none thing but share wants he had from just singing on the street of Perth and want he made he share with other.

He cares for other in a way by helping because they had none thing like he had. He was a man who cares. If a man who was homeless that cares for other. Than why people who have it all don’t care and only care for what they have. I myself just don’t understand how this world work all well back to the story. When I first when to matagarup Heirissson Island to make a stand for closer of aboriginal community in Western Australia. I didn’t know what I was getting myself into or want I was doing but when I got to Heirisson the first to people who came up to me when I first set foot on Heirisson Island was Uncle Herbert Kenneth Bropho and Uncle Anthony Spratt. The two was just setting around the fire recording video and explaining to the camera why they was on heirisson island and why they set up camp with other more or less family to make a stand. I wait for them two to finish talking to the camera.

After they finish taking to the camera. They both call me over and I introduce myself to them both and I didn’t’ know I was safe because they was family on my mother side. In the time I was on heirisson island. I got to know uncle Anthony Spratt more and want tip of man he was. When homeless people started to came on to heirisson island when the time of closer of community and that the government was force aboriginal people out of the community. Uncle Anthony Spratt was helping out aboriginal people who lost their community and people who was homeless on the island with us in away by singing his song around the fire and also telling story about the dream time. He was doing that because he was showing the homeless on matagarup not to be afraid of the government but stand up for want you believing in even if you have lose ever thing.

Every time there was a March or rally for the forced closure of community or any other rally for aboriginal people. He was right there and ready to go and march with other. Also stand with thousands of people at parliament house and make a stand for want right. When I organise a rally for the homeless one day in forest chase in Perth. He was there and standing with other people who was homeless just likes himself. He stood his ground and March with me and other people to ask the government to start help homeless people. Before the March begin at Forrest chase. I have asked the homeless to speak out to the public and tell them why they are homeless.

When I see him there at the rally. I ask him to speak out about why he was homeless and how it was very important for the government and the public to understand why people are homeless. He speaks out very proud because he wanted people to know his story why he was homeless. When the march began he stay behind because he was getting old and he couldn’t keep up when we marched to parliament house for the homeless with family, friends and support. The rally for the homeless was his last rally and we didn’t’ know if it was the last time he was going to do something right and speak at a rally for the last time.

The next day at night after rally Uncle Anthony Spratt pass away on the street as a homeless man. But before he passes away he was giving a key to a house for the first time in over 20 years on the same day before he passes on. But he didn’t get the chance to have a home for his self because he didn’t’ know that it was his last day on earth on that day. When we had his funereal there was a lot of homeless people can to his funeral. We ask for all the homeless people to carry his coffin and have the honour to lay him to rest. He was amazing man that did want he can for the homeless.

Uncle Anthony Spratt to me is a hero and inspired uncle I know who did all this thing thought in his life and how he help some many people out.. The family, friend, support and homeless remember uncle as a hero for want he have done .This why I write this story about uncle so that people can understand want person he was and want he did in his life has a homeless man.

WARNING: Image of the deceased  

To this day a lot of public and the government have being judge homeless people in a lot way like they do drug, they alcoholics and other things. But people don’t know anything about homeless person an less you know them. Never judge a homeless man a less you know them because they mute be on of the best people in the world that God giving us. So please share this story we want people to know him want person is was.

From Clinton Pryor.


Day 249: 8pm


Day 250

At Maryborough, we are at Chris’ place tents set up and the meeting ground has been done. – Noonie


Day 250: 8.30am

[Admin Toby] In 1978 “The Longest Walk” started on the 11 of February. It was an AIM-led spiritual walk across the United States to support tribal sovereignty and bring attention to 11 pieces of anti-Indian legislation; AIM (Americal Indian Movement) believed that the proposed legislation would have abrogated Indian Treaties, quantified and limited water rights, and denied other rights to Native peoples.

The walk began with a ceremony on Alcatraz Island, where a Sacred Pipe was loaded with tobacco. The Pipe was carried the entire distance. This 3,200-mile (5,100 km) Walk’s purpose was to educate people about the US government’s continuing threat to Tribal Sovereignty; it rallied thousands representing many Indigenous Nations throughout the United States and Canada. Traditional spiritual leaders from many tribes participated, leading traditional ceremonies.

On July 15, 1978, “The Longest Walk” entered Washington D.C. with several thousand Indians and a number of non-Indian supporters. After the walkers arrived in Washington D.C., the US Congress voted against a proposed bill to abrogate treaties with Indian Nations and passed the American Indian Religious Freedom Act.

More info on The Longest Walk.


Day 250

The meeting at Maryborough. – Noonie


Day 251: 6am

[Guest Post] Aunty Sue Rankin , regional Elder of the Jarra people welcomes Clinton Pryor to Dja Dja land.
This historic event took place on Warn Bulg land , (a sub tribe of the Jarra nation who were exterminated during the gold rush),
It is the first welcome to performed on this land for 200 years and more.
It is good to see this land healing at last – Chris


Day 251: 8am

The signal were we are staying is not good and sometimes not at all. I do like it here. – Noonie


Day 251: 3.30pm

I just wanted to thank Lydia Shaw for talking this beautiful Photo.

Thank you Lydia shaw.


Day 251: 4pm

Fanny Balbuk was born at Matagarup, now called Heirisson Island, on the Swan River in 1840; it was 11 years after the colony was founded.

“It’s time to hear about her.”


Day 251: 8pm

[Guest Post] Clinton Pryor Is a First Nations Sovereign man walking from WA to Canberra for the Justice of our people.We will be welcoming Clinton into Dja Dja Wurrung Country with a Community Lunch at Lake Weroona on Sunday the 21st of May at 12 Noon. Any community members who are interested in coming along and sharing your stories aspirations and future visions of Justice for our people with Clinton you are most welcome to come along and connect. Please let us know if you are coming along friends for catering purposes. Thank you all. – Sue

 

Days 200 & 201: Port Augusta – Officially!

Day 200: 12.30pm

They say when you doing a big walk it call walkabout. There meaning to why people do a walkabout is in our culture the day or a time in life that when think are hard in your life or think are hard in life for your people something need to be done to make it right and save the people.

The spirit of the land and our old people come down from the sky an land to seek someone to lead the way of a new began for his people and culture. When I walk this great land, when I talk with elders in the desert community they told me your dreaming and old people visit you when you was on the island sitting around the spirit fire and the dreaming spirit told you to get up and go on a journey across this great land to find the truth and find a new way.

(I say yes to the elders, when I was setting around the spirit fire on the island and look into the fire, thinking how can I help my people, how can we save our culture my old people please show me the way of making a change in this time of age. So I sat there thinking steering at the spirit fire thinking and thinking than a visions was showing in the mind and in the spirit fire. It show me walking across this country, a new way of something new that I did not know why it was showing. That when i realise to my self to chance it and make it happen or just let it pass by, I made the choose to chance it and than on would I started to tell everyone that i’m going to walk across this great land to make a stand for everyone I told the elders in desert community)

They told me that you and those who are with you have been choose for reason. But they choose you, this why your here today walking now. Your doing a big walk about not just for the people but to find your self to. Your not just know as Clinton Pryor put also know as a spirit walker, i said a spirit walk the elders said yes your a spirit walker who out to find the truth and to save the people in this hard time right now.

That when i realise why i when on this walk I’m a spirit walker, but i hope not to be the last spirit walker. A spirit walker who follow the song line that been walk on since traditional time.


Day 200: 7.30pm

When I walk this great land, when I talk with elders in the desert community they told me your dreaming and old people visit you when i was on the island sitting around the spirit fire and the dreaming spirit told you to get up and go on a journey across this great land to find the truth and find a new way.


Day 201: 8am

Good morning, it reads 8 degree, it feels like 8, the last two morning my feet and hands have been cold, not a cloud in the sky today at the moment, good sun rise, magpies singing and a trail from a plane that shows up quit well with the sun shining under it. Starting to feel the warm sun now. I quit enjoy the warmth of the sun on a cool morning, the sounds of the birds singing around me, I guess they are welcoming the sun as well. It is a good start to the day. – Noonie


Day 201: 11.30am

The drop off point heading in, the range on our left some hills to our right, good landscape still on the way to Canberra. – Noonie


Day 201: 2pm

Just setting here enjoying the last bit of desert landscape. It been 4 month we walk this desert land scape thought summer and I’m going to miss it because after Port Augusta on would we going start seeing the land changing again where there going to be more tree, more water, more civilization and less wild life. But now it time we make our way towards our first big city after 5 month of walking.


Day 201: 3.30pm

Finely the walk has made it into Port Augusta yyyyeeeee  We be leaving Port Augusta tomorrow from the foreshore at 9:00am. It well take us two days walk to get to the next town. People are welcome to join us tomorrow if you like to say fair well or do a bit of walking with me. Adelaide mob the walk for justice is on it way. I be going live tonight to give everyone a update cheer



Day 201: 7pm

Lots to see along this stretch of the road to lunch. – Noonie


Day 201: 7.30pm

Port Augusta – Noonie

Day 173 & 174: Fire in our hearts and minds….

Day 173: 7am

Please sign and share. The Australian government is trying to change think around by bring in new laws to protect mining company from native title. Our ancients land and wild life is more important to us than destroying the land for money. Our elders have fought so hard to get native title for us and this government don’t care and trying to change the rule around. So please sign and share with your friends and family to sign it. We need all the help we can get to stop the government going a head with changing the law around again native title.


Day 173: 8am

What get me angry and fire my heart right up to keep me going on this walk, even when I’m in pain and tired from walking. I think about my community, my people and Australia people. I think about how think a not being done right for everyone and how think can be done right for everyone. I have walk a long way from where I left off and I well continued to until I reach Canberra to tell the Australia government how it is.

No more games and no more ripping the people of. Time for justice is coming and I well bring down the house with the straight of my ancients and even one else that well stand with me when I walk into Parliament house. This people in Parliament house has going a way with a lot of think and it time to make a stand again them.


Day 174: 10.30am

[Admin Luke] Hi supporters, Clinton and the team are still very much in need of your financial support to keep the walk going.

It’s been a really tough couple of months for the team ever since leaving Uluru with car problems, heatwave after heatwave, floods and all sorts.

That’s made it a really tough slog and has been taking a toll, especially with continual financial stress, needing to fundraise all the time and all while worrying about the car.

But the team are almost through the hardest part now. Can you help lift a load off their shoulders by sharing and donating?

Every dollar will help reduce the stress AND keep the team going.


Day 174: 3pm

Hey guys quick update. Tell you story about me and it time to get back into the walk again


Day 174: 4.30pm

I’m are warrior, a warrior who well fight for change and for justice for all. I well not give in or give up on something I know can be done and bring forward unity between every one. I well finish this walk of and fight for a new beginning for us all and make that stand for change. I well finish this walk off.

Photo: Clinton Pryor 2015 on Heirisson Island standing against the Western Australia government for the forced closure of community and for the homeless.


Day 174: 7.30pm

Hey hello follower this is the event page for the bridge march on this Wednesday. Can you guys share and tell your friends and family about the the bridge march on Wednesday. I what to make the bridge march as big as it can be. So we can shut down the bridge and put Australia on hold for one hour by stopping the traffic.

I just wanted to let you know that everyone is welcome to join this march and is welcome to post think up on this page of thinks that can be done better and what make you angry about this Australia government and how they a falling the people of Australia.

So let start sharing this page and start invited people who you many know would love to join this march over the bridge. Also please start sharing think on this page what people post and start sharing this page to your Facebook page. So a lot of people know about this march.

I well be doing my half on getting this event out to the bigger groups on Facebook so more people know about it and I well be also written about think that get me angry about this government. So let being and get this bridge march in Port Augusta on the way. So please start sharing and start invites your family and friend cheer


Day 174: 8am

Before I go to bed tonight. This afternoon I got a quick photo with great man and a Singer Bart Willoughby from No Fixed Address. This band No Fixed Address a great group of amazing singer and you should look them up and check them out. Thank you Stephen Atkinson for taking this photo of us

 

Day 150 & 151: Hellish Heat

Day 150: 4pm

I choose not to be a warrior, a king, a Prince or a leader. I choose the path of being a Wise man. Being a wise man with wisdom is more powerful than being the person who well educated. Wisdom is about thinking for all of humanity and life on this earth. It is the path to think be on than other that cannot see the future.


Day 150: 5pm

Time to have some thing to eat mmmmmm😋 after a good day of walking. Waiting on dinner to be cook and having a cup of tea around the fire out in nature is way more better than being in the city.


Day 150: 9pm

Canberra is were the end of journey be for the walk for justice. Before I enter this building. I’m going to paint my self up looking like my ancients, than I’m going to walk in. I what to paint my self up in honor for my ancients and do it for my people. I’m not going to walk in this building looking like a man with a suits on that not me. I’m going to walk in looking like my ancients and tell this people how it is. That I’m here to make a stand against you all because I had a none what going on and how thinks a being done in this country towards my people and for everyone else.


Day 150: 10pm

I remember coming a cross this quote about Ghandi and started to learn a bit more about him though hi teaching. Though he teaching I learn more and started to stand up for what i believe in. Every sin than I never stop believing on what I’m doing. Before this walk happen I remember back in 2015 with force closer of community was going on.

I said to my self that I’m not going to stand by and let this Western Australia government closer down 180 remote community. That’s when I went to Heirisson Island to start my first protecting and stand up for what I believe in. I stood on a island for 16month for closure of community and for the homeless. I have organize a rally for the homeless thought the city of Perth in 2015. I have organize a rally to march thought Australia day in 2016 with 300 people and i have organize a rally for Dylan voller when he was in don dale. Now I’m walking cross Australia for justice.

But I forgotten the way of Ghandi teaching and followed the way of Dr King teaching. It is now that i’m thinking. It is the time that I go back to teaching of Ghandi way. I never going this far on what I believe in, if it was not for Ghandi teaching to follow my dream. So there for I’m going back to Ghandi teaching and going to start following his civil right movement because he was the one who started this civil right and protect thought non violence and stand for the truth.


Day 151: 4.30am

Next four days of walking thought hell. If I have to walk thought hell just to get to Port Augusta, than bring it. I have walk to far now to back down on this walk and I’m not going to let mother nature beat me on this. She is testing me out for the last couple day of the hard bit of this hard walk before getting into Port Augusta. When think well start cooling down for us.


Day 151: 10am

Just had a very good meal for lunch, on a warm day there is only one way to make a perfect ending to the meal, for me it is. – Noonie


Day 151: 6pm

Yyyyyyyeeeeeesssss I been waiting for a call all day today from a good person in Port Augusta on about seen if they find a hall for my assembly meeting with the people of Port Augusta. Well today I got my call from this amazing person and they have told me they have organize a hall for the assembly meeting when I’m at Port Augusta. The assembly meeting is going to be held at a hall in the local high school.

The assembly meeting is to speak to the people about think that being going on for the last 98year when the crown of england left Australia and about bring out the truth so the people of Port Augusta know what being going on and why the South Australia people should not sign a treaty with the south Australia government. The think is how can a sovereign people treated with a corporate identity.

Only sovereign people can treaty with a other sovereign people but cannot treaty with a corporate government why because it never been done before. We need to look thought how other treated being done a cross the world from the pass and how the government this days don’t follow the rule’s of treaty than be done in the past.

I have also be told that the people of south Australia a split into two group. One group want the treaty and other group don’t want the treaty and want to keep the land to look after it. I need to bring out the truth and speak with the people on not going a head with this treaty and try bring them together on this new idea we got that can be done to make think right for all off us.

This assembly meeting is also for other people to come because they only way this new idea can be done is thought unity. I well explain more when i have this assembly meeting at the hall. We see how this go when we have our first assembly meeting.


Day 151: 9pm

– Garry


Day 151: 11pm

– Garry