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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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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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The social impact of Aboriginal hate in contemporary Australian society

Silencing the voices of reason, a social, political and archaeological study, examining art censorship In their intention to engineer a way to censor the Wanjina Watchers in the Whispering Stone sculpture by Benedikt Osváth, the Blue Mountains City Council joined forces with the Arts Law Centre of Australia and successfully manipulated planning laws, using the…

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…