On the Land of the Nation gathered
The Elders of the Nation
The Youth of the Nation
The Children of the Nation
The People of the Nation
The Visitors to the Nation
In fact, it is the state, Territory and federal governments of Australia who should now be seeking legal advice on the true nature of the Aboriginal sovereignty claim as it will not be going away. Our assertion of sovereignty over this continent is real and legally just. It is in English Law, and the English and the Australians have no choice but to deal with it in a mature and just manner.
We expect that the Australian governments will now depend very heavily upon their police to terrorize our sovereignty movement, rather than speak to us as one would expect diplomacy would dictate. But the use of force will clearly demonstrate that each of the governments, from the Federal level down to the municipal councils, will demonstrate to the Australian public that they find themselves under siege. Consequently, they will choose to use superior force.
We are in the process of alerting Secretary-General of the United Nations to our sovereignty movement and are calling upon him to invoke UN General Assembly resolution 2625 (XXV)(A 8082) 24 October 1970, called:
The Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning friendly relations and co-operation among States in accordance with the charter of the United Nations.