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Vesna Tenodi: Australia – where telling the truth and helping the tribes is seen as “just another form of invasion”, Part 2

Political correctness and other nonscientific practices are increasingly being used by Western institutions to stage-manage public beliefs about prehistory. It is a modern ruse used to promote ideas that would never pass muster in a full and honest disclosure of facts – a common problem in suppression-dependent anthropology.

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Vesna Tenodi: Australia – where telling the truth and helping the tribes is seen as “just another form of invasion”, Part 1

Ted Strehlow fell out of favour when he asserted that real ancient culture was well and truly extinct, and replaced with a fake culture as devised by the Aboriginal industry. He went from glorified to vilified, for proving that modern Aborigines “no longer have any knowledge of the authentic tribal culture, since the elders and guardians of the secrets were all dead and that whole world is finished, and will never come back”.

Vesna Tenodi: From Stone Age to Space Age – Part 4 – It’s time to tell the truth about the Aboriginal industry

This moment is a long-overdue opportunity for Australian archaeology to be revived, for our vilified scientists to be rehabilitated, and for our artists to regain their right to create art without fear of Aboriginal violence. And for the Aboriginal industry with its propagators of a falsified past to be held accountable, exposed and defunded…

Wanjina Watchers spat reveals censorious, anti-art culture

 Here is a perfect illustration of the depressingly censorious attitude that dominates the Australian arts world: A Katoomba businesswoman called Vesna Tenodi commissioned an artist, Ben Osvath, to carve a sculpture called Wandjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone. Its intention was to affirm and celebrate the deep spirituality of Aboriginal culture. However, local Aborigines were…