We on our way towards lapa today to see the mob out there. Also we running a bit late because I wake up with a cold guys but we on our way.
Day 334: 8.30am
Day 334: 9am
Day 334: 9.30am
On the 26th is invasion day and on that day should be called Remembrance Day remember how the White Australia colonized and took Australia from the Aboriginal original Australians the truth the one day around about the truth – Herbert Bropho
Day 334: 11.30am
The sydney morning herald newspaper written a stroy about the walk for justice and the walk into Redfern the block.
Day 334: 12.30pm
Day 334: 1pm
Finley got to meet you and it a great horour my brother Dylan Voller your strong and deadly brother standing up for our people. We must keep fighting brother until we get justice for you and for other who gotten injustice towards them. It time for justice to come forward and it time for change.
Day 334: 3pm
Day 334: 7.30pm
[Admin Luke] Clinton will be at Murrook Culture Centre, Williamstown at 2pm on Saturday, make sure to be there if you live in the region!
Day 334: 8pm
Hey all we just hit 5,000 follower on twitter today yyyyyyyeeeeeeeee please keep sharing and spend the message of Clinton walk for justice page guys. The more people know the bigger the walk get
Day 334: 8.30pm
[Admin Luke] ICYMI – Great piece from Clinton’s arrival in Redfern yesterday, by NITV
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
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.
[Admin Toby] Part of NITV ‘You Are Here’ tomorrow night!
In Connection to Country we are first shown the Burrup Peninsula which is home to the oldest art in the world. Outdating the pyramids and Stonehenge by thousands of years, what should be an area that is protected and highly valued by the nation has been decimated by nearby mining and neglect by the government.
With reports for many years about the importance of the site and the continued destruction in the area it’s a heartbreaking reality for the Aboriginal community who have recently learned that along with this site, over 2000 other sites once registered as sacred have been deregistered without consultation with community by the Western Australian government.
“They de-registered those sites by stealth, we don’t know how long it took them. One of the Ministers found out by accident that all these sites were being de-registered. They wanted to put a new classification on all of these sites that stated that they had to have a regular activity on these sites to be called a sacred site but – who decided that? It certainly didn’t come from Aboriginal people, it’s something that they have come up with overnight to fast track all those mining approvals.” Mowarin says.
Day 328: 11.30am
Our number of our people drop down to also must extinction from 1788 to 1901 there was only 25,000 of us left. Until the last 117 year our population increased from 25,000 to 548,118 population.
Day 328: 3pm
The illawarra koori mens support group,wollongong – Eric
Day 328: 4.30pm
Day 329: 11.30am
Day 329: 2pm
On our way, we have passed through Milton. – Noonie
Our walk on the 6th, after Milton. – Noonie
Day 329: 4pm
Final decision has been made about when we get into Canberra. Please listen in.
What a beautiful video. When we dance our love once who pass on. They come and join us when we dance for ceremony. So when I dance I know my father my grandfather my great grandfather and my old people before me dance with me in spirit and to guide me on my path when I need it. When I ever needed help my old people come and they come to help me when ever I need it. Amazing video this is.
Day 284: 5.30pm
We need to start taking care of our wild life. The dingo have been with our people for 1,000 and 1,000 of year seen the dreaming. They where created from our ancient they call witch doctor who created the dingo to help our people to hunt, gather and to protect our mob from other tribes.
We as first people of this country need to return the favour to our friend’s the dingo. So let help by sharing this video and start writing letter to your local MP to do more to help and protect the dingo.
Day 284: 9pm
The end of another good day, more to come. – Noonie
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
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: 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.
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
Timesheets page has been updated! New Map! 938kms from Perth to Laverton so far!
– Admin Gee
Day 43 : 2.30pm
“Laverton, we are in a caravan, about head off to the race track, enjoying the people here.” – Noonie
Day 43: 5pm
“Laverton race club, the kids get a close look, a fun day for them.”
“At Laverton race track there was a fire works display, I was posting a video of it but, the music in it stop it going on post, so you can not see it, it did top a good night off well.” – Noonie
Day 43: 7.30pm
“At Clint’s before the races Laverten.” – Garry
Day 45: 9.30am
Hello quick update. I leave Laverton tomorrow as because I busy all day going to the Laverton primary school, need to go to the post office, getting a second vehicle to travel with us thought the desert area on to Canberra and talking with the elders about want being happen in Laverton and what need to be done. It starting to warm up as well so I starting to realise that it going to be hot traveling though the center road. But I’m ready and can do this.
Day 45: 2.30pm
“Clinton comes to meet the children at Mt Margaret school.” – Noonie
Day 45: 1.30pm
I’m here at the that one spot where the road end and turn in to gravel road. It where I be walking on for 17 to 20 day until Warburton without no signal. This where I well say to my self if you want to show the world how strong, powerful and a leader I’m to make a change in this world. I well make this walk on to Warburton than Uluru. This part of the walk well be the hardest think I have every done in my life.
It is now getting hot and I mute have to walk at night where the temperature get negative 7 degree. This is where I become a man and a strong man. I can see my old people well be watching over me.
But this walk is for everyone and to show them it only take one person to change the world we live in. The power of one. Though out history is it is the action of one person that can inspired the movement of change. I’m doing this for my family, my friends, my people, my follower, Australia and for the world.
I well complete this part and everyone well be watching this part to see if I can do it or not. But I well let you all know that I can do this because I believed I can do this and believed that this world we live in can become a better place than want it is now.
Day 45: 3pm
Day 45: 4pm
Hey guys if you want a t shirt Clinton walk’s for justice. It well be available soon on the website when it created and I well let you know how to get one. I just wanted to thank Toby John for organizing this for us. Also I just wanted to thank lifewear for making them for us. All profit’s well come to us to help with the walk. Just keep an update to see when they are available.
Day 45: 5.30pm
Tonight on NITV the point with Stan grant at 9:00pm. Please watch tonight and see want they going to say about me and the walk I’m doing.
We on our way back to Leonora town. To rest up and get back into the walk a gain. Tomorrow the walk will start from Leonora on to Laverton than to Warburton town.
Good morning all firstly I just wanted to thanks Richard & Sandra Evens from Leonora town for doing a welcome to country and doing a BBQ when we first arrive in Leonora town and doing a dinner over they place where we meet the elders and talking with them about want being happen in Leonora town.
Also just wanted to thank Jill Ashwin for helping us and letting us stay at her place to rest up and get supply again for the walk we need for the desert road.
Now we are now on our way walking to Laverton town and mute be off Facebook for about 3 days guys. O.k but see how it go. I well be back on Facebook when I can.
I get closer and closer everyday to this spot that I screen shot from the computer couple month back. This spot is the last road before it changes to dirt road call the Central Desert Road from Laverton, Warburton and on to Uluru the heart land people. I get closer and closer to the hardest part of the walk and it well be hard because the temperature can get up to 50 degree’s and also negative 7 degrees. But also fire, hot wind and the ground get hot as well. Nature itself is the only thing against me on this center desert road.
Everyone on Facebook, the media, the Government, the nation and the world it self well be watching this part of the walk to see if I can do it or give up and go back to Perth. All eyes well be watching this part of the walk. If I make it or pass it. It well explode all over social media everyone well be talking about it.
I know in my heart I can do this and I well never give up or give in because I choose to believe in my self that I can do this part. The support and the love I get from family, my people, my Friends, the followers, the country and the world it self well give me the strength to push through this part of the walk and to get justice for my people and for this country.
But I think to my self what do people say about me or talk to other about me when I do this part. I know I well go down in the history book, come Australia icon and my people well tell story about me when I’m gone from this earth. But well it change this country to change it way. All I want is for my culture to live on for other 60,000 years or more and think to get better for my people.
But most of all to seen this country come together and seen a Aboriginal leader running this country. But also start working on building a better country and a better world for all life who live on it that share this world with us. But in the end I choose to believe and I well never stop until I see this dream happen when I’m alive.
We have done some much scene and acting with NITV. It was like we was making a movie and I feel that tired I just wanted to go to bed or go to the pub for a beer. But it good NITV are following us and filming the walk. I think they going to made a documentary or mite turn it in to a movie after the walk is finish. Also I just wanted to thank NITV for giving us a satellite phone to help us keep in connected with family and friend because now we a entering the hardest part of the walk that could lead to death or not. But we are ready and cannot wait to start the walk from Laverton on to Warburton.
Just sitting down on the side of the road watching the sun set and thinking about a lot of issues that we hear from elders and community leader we pass. Those who like to meet us in Laverton we be there in two days from now.