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Fake Aborigines at Australian Universities

What Australians really think: We are waiting for the good professor, and his colleagues, to apologise to Andrew Bolt. Why is it politically acceptable for these bureaucrats to “discover” the obvious, without being ridiculed and slandered like Andrew? And like Vesna, Gina, Ben and Goomblar, we should add. Hypocrites and sycophants, the lot of them.

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Media Release: Request for the Australian Government to intervene in the Arts Law Centre of Australia breach of moral rights of non-Aboriginal artists Benedikt Osváth and Gina Sinozich

…and to instruct the Arts Law Centre to remove or change its offensive wording and lack of acknowledgement in its material, articles and publications – in all the instances where the wording is in breach of Australian Copyright Law…

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False attribution by the Arts Law Centre of the Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone sculpture by Benedikt Osváth; Request to the Federal Government for an Inquiry into Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists and into Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry – Published in the Public Interest

False attribution by the Arts Law Centre of the Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone sculpture by Benedikt Osváth; Request to the Federal Government for an Inquiry into Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists and into Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry – Published in the Public Interest “Dreamtime Set in Stone – the Truth about Australian…

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Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry and its threat to freedom of expression

 Media Release 12 February 2015 – Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry and its threat to freedom of expression Request to the Federal Government for an Inquiry into Corruption in the Aboriginal Industry, and for investigation of Aboriginal violence against non-Aboriginal artists – includes a letter illustrating typical foolish demands, false claims that artists need “permission”…

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Wanjina Watchers Dolls – protest against Aboriginal violence – international art events in support of Polish designer Ewa Smuga and the Eclipse Hotel

 Wanjina Watchers Dolls – protest against Aboriginal violence – international art events in support of Polish designer Ewa Smuga and the Eclipse Hotel Wanjina Watchers Dolls art events are held in support of Polish designer Ewa Smuga and Hotel Eclipse, to inform the international community about escalating Aboriginal violence against artists, as well as corruption…

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Donald Richardson and Vesna Tenodi: Aboriginal Violence Against Artists

 Donald Richardson and Vesna Tenodi: Aboriginal Violence Against Artists Open letter to Australian authorities urging them to stop Aboriginal violence against artists by defunding projects and organisations which directly or indirectly condone and/or support Aboriginal violence, and Ewa Smuga Media Release with request for apology. Follow us on Facebook:

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Vesna Tenodi: Problems in Australian art and archaeology

 Vesna Tenodi: Problems in Australian art and archaeology The Pleistocene Coalition is a group of researchers challenging the tenets of mainstream scientific agendas which are promoted despite empirical evidence to the contrary. Join a community not afraid to challenge the status quo: http://pleistocenecoalition.com Follow us on Facebook:

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Lucas Grogan: Another Australian artist terrorized by Aborigines

Yes, in Australia today you can be terrorised and have your art censored for “offending” Aborigines with using a criss-cross pattern, putting three dots together, or even if any anonymous caller starts making threats of violence to artists and gallery owners. Why artist Lucas Grogan was censored: angry objectors who choose to be offended Lucas…

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Cameron Hayes: The incomplete history of Milikapiti

 Cameron Hayes: The incomplete history of Milikapiti Following Aboriginal hysterical threats, Alcaston Gallery director Beverly Knight cancelled the exhibition of Melbourne-based artist Cameron Hayes a day before its opening in June… Why artist Cameron Hayes was censored: depictions of aboriginal life by white artist spark outrage Wanjina DreamRaisers WorldWide Club Follow us on Facebook:

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Aborigines, Artistic Freedom and Spiritual Archaeology

 Aborigines, Artistic Freedom and Spiritual Archaeology On the Edge of Science – Kresimir Misak interviews Vesna Tenodi, a Croatian-Australian archaeologist, artist, writer and medium, who lives in Sydney. Topics include art and censorship, political correctness which is paralysing Australian society today and is used to terrorise artists and writers, as well as Aboriginal violence against…

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The NSW Land and Environment Court has ordered the removal of a Katoomba sculpture

 The NSW Land and Environment Court has ordered the removal of a Katoomba sculpture deemed offensive by Aboriginal communities in Western Australia and the Blue Mountains. But ModroGorje Wellness and Art Centre owner Vesna Tenodi said the decision to have the Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone sculpture removed from the front lawn of her…

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Arts Law Centre: How to use other laws to enforce non-existent law, 18 April 2011

In 2010, a gallery in the Blue Mountains in NSW erected a large sculpture featuring Wandjinas, the creation spirit sacred to the Worrora, Wunumbal and Ngarinyin Aboriginal tribes in Western Australia. Artists in the Black was contacted by both the people of the Katoomba area and Mowanjum Arts which represents artists from the three language…

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Arts Law Centre: The Wandjina case, 30 September 2010

The Law Report on ABC’s Radio National recently ran a story(i) about a gallery in the Blue Mountains which has erected a large outside sculpture featuring Wandjinas, the creation spirit sacred to three Aboriginal tribes in the Kimberley in Western Australia(ii). The gallery, in a separate initiative is also encouraging artists to create their own…

Truth in Art – Message from Vesna:

In line with What Wanjinas Want, as communicated on 11/03/2011, we are developing a new range of products, inspired by prehistoric Australian cave art, to coincide with the release of “Set in Sand” book. We are adding new themes to our work plan for 2011 which so far includes: Blue Mountains Blues – Wanjina Laughing…

Arts Law Centre of Australia confirms: Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone is original artwork by Ben Osváth

The Law Report on ABC’s Radio National recently ran a story about a gallery in the Blue Mountains which has erected a large outside sculpture featuring Wandjinas, the creation spirit sacred to three Aboriginal tribes in the Kimberley in Western Australia. The gallery, in a separate initiative is also encouraging artists to create their own…

Croatian Herald Exclusive: Death of artistic freedom in Australia – local council supports the vandals

Vesna Tenodi is a well known personality in the Sydney Croatian community. For many years she worked as a translator and interpreter for the Australian Government, and lately also as a community worker with the Croatian Australian Community Council (CACC). In recent years, she – along with husband Damir – renovated a house in the…

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ABC Kimberley: Vesna Tenodi is following Wanjina’s instructions

Violent response to Wandjina Watchers sculpture The Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone, the eight-and- a-half tonne sandstone sculpture by Australian artist Benedikt Osváth has been repeatedly vandalised by local thugs who also vandalised the ModroGorje gallery and made death threats to its owners and artists, claiming they acted under orders from a Kimberley tribesman. As one of…