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Re: Are we prepared to fight as a Tribe to defend our country?

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  • So Lo
    I ve retired to believe that the world won t ever be fit for me, as I am to be considered a second-hand citizen in most nations. If my life/death will have a
    Message 1 of 10 , Jul 26, 2005
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      I've retired to believe that the world won't ever be fit for me, as I
      am to be considered a second-hand citizen in most nations. If my
      life/death will have a semblance of meaning by contributing to change
      the world for future generations of the LGBT Community, then sobeit.
      I'd give my life gladly.

      --- In gaykingdom@yahoogroups.com, Donald Kirby <kndmgck@y...> wrote:
      > This is the paramount question before us. Are the
      > Citizens prepared to answer a call to arms if issued
      > by HIM Dale. Is the GLK prepared to fight for it's
      > right to survive, indeed to even exist? Is His Majesty
      > prepared to issue such a call? Yes we would face
      > certain genocide, but were not the founding Fathers of
      > AUS, The US, and France prepared to face the same. If
      > weare not ready to do so, then we need to call this
      > what it is: a child's game.
      > Please note that I do not condone a War of
      > Independance except as a last resort, but are We the
      > Oppressed ready to do so should all else fail?
      > I am.
      >
      > --- Dale Parker Anderson <gaysovereign@y...>
      > wrote:
      >
      > > LETTER IS NOT WORTH THE PAPER IT IS WRITTEN ON!
      > >
      > > I know of this letter and it is not worth the paper
      > > it is written
      > > on. Mr Jaix Brooks a former member of the GLK
      > > Government is behind
      > > the letter. Some months back we gave Mr Brooks the
      > > option of
      > > resigning his government post or being sacked, to
      > > save face he
      > > resigned. The reason for this decision was because
      > > Mr Brooks was not
      > > a team player, he continued to promote his own
      > > agenda resulting in
      > > conflict, infighting and his presence had a
      > > destabilising effect on
      > > the Kingdom and its government. Since his removal
      > > from public office
      > > the government of the GLK has made most excellent
      > > progress.
      > >
      > > The Attorney Generals letter posted is incorrect,
      > > Australia does
      > > discriminate
      > > against gay and lesbian people and all same sex
      > > couples and I have
      > > set out bellow the areas of discrimination.
      > >
      > > The letter also states Australia rejects the Gay
      > > Kingdoms
      > > sovereignty over the Coral Sea Island Territory, and
      > > I wish to make
      > > it very clear that the Gay Kingdom rejects
      > > Australian sovereignty
      > > over the Coral Sea Island Territory, this is not a
      > > matter for
      > > Australia to decide, but a matter for the
      > > International Court of
      > > Justice to decide, under the United Nations charter
      > > of which
      > > Australia is a founding member, it clearly states
      > > that oppressed
      > > people of all overseas territories have a right to
      > > self-
      > > determination and self-government. Under
      > > International Law, gay and
      > > Lesbian people of Australia are oppressed and
      > > discriminated against
      > > and under the United Nations Charter the Coral Sea
      > > Islands are
      > > listed as an external overseas territory of
      > > Australia. We therefore
      > > have the legal right to self determination and self
      > > government.
      > >
      > >
      > > General Comment No. 12: The right to
      > > self-determination of peoples
      > > (Art. 1) : . 13/03/84.
      > > CCPR General Comment No. 12. (General Comments)
      > >
      > > Convention Abbreviation: CCPR
      > > GENERAL COMMENT 12
      > >
      > > The right to self-determination of peoples
      > >
      > > (Article 1)
      > >
      > > (Twenty-first session, 1984)
      > >
      > > 1. In accordance with the purposes and principles of
      > > the Charter of
      > > the United Nations, article 1 of the International
      > > Covenant on Civil
      > > and Political Rights recognizes that all peoples of
      > > overseas
      > > territories have the right of self-determination.
      > > The right of self-
      > > determination is of particular importance because
      > > its realization is
      > > an essential condition for the effective guarantee
      > > and observance of
      > > individual human rights and for the promotion and
      > > strengthening of
      > > those rights. It is for that reason that States set
      > > forth the right
      > > of self-determination in a provision of positive law
      > > in both
      > > Covenants and placed this provision as article 1
      > > apart from and
      > > before all of the other rights in the two Covenants.
      > >
      > > This is the reason the Coral Sea Island Territory
      > > was chosen because
      > > it fits the United Nations charter for self
      > > government and self
      > > determination as the Coral Sea Islands are an
      > > external overseas
      > > territory of Australia.
      > >
      > > My view as Sovereign is to ignore such letters and
      > > to ignore those
      > > people like Mr Jaix Brooks who have nothing better
      > > to do with there
      > > time than to cause trouble.
      > >
      > > Rome was not built in a day nor will the GLK be
      > > built in a day,
      > > Israel declared its independence more than 50 years
      > > ago yet even
      > > today there are Arab states that refuse to recognise
      > > the Jewish
      > > State or its sovereignty we must not let negative
      > > sick people get to
      > > us and must focus on the positive.
      > >
      > > I hope the follow information will prove how
      > > incorrect the ATTORNEY-
      > > GENERAL THE HON PHIUP RUDDOCK MP's letter is
      > >
      > > Issues relative to The Gay Kingdoms of the Coral Sea
      > > Islands
      > > Secession and the letter of ATTORNEY-GENERAL THE HON
      > > PHIUP RUDDOCK MP
      > >
      > >
      > > NOTE & COMMENT: THE GAY KINGDOMS SECESSION ISSUE and
      > > recent history
      > > the last 10 years of the Australian Governments
      > > discrimination
      > > against the Gay Tribe.
      > >
      > >
      > > In the past 10 years no comprehensive reforms have
      > > been advanced by
      > > the Australian Government and same sex couples
      > > continue to be denied
      > > rights afforded to heterosexual couples in areas
      > > such as medicare,
      > > taxation, immigration, defence forces and
      > > superannuation. Gay
      > > families aren't recognised under Australian Law and
      > > gay and lesbian
      > > people do not have adequate government protection
      > > from
      > > discrimination. Recently the government used gay
      > > rights as a
      > > political wedge by introducing amendments to the
      > > Marriage Act, over
      > > the past 10 years the Australian government has
      > > repeatedly attacked
      > > the gay community and has confirmed there status as
      > > the most
      > > homophobic government in Australian history. They
      > > have cut
      > > immigration for same sex partners, tried to ban IVF
      > > treatment to
      > > lesbians, falsely accused the openly gay Chief
      > > Justice Michael Kirby
      > > of being a paedophile and stood silently by when
      > > this proved false,
      > > attacked gay families on TV, threatened to overturn
      > > the State same
      > > sex couple adoption laws, and declared marriage as
      > > being about the
      > > survival of the species. The Australian government
      > > is tearing gay
      > > people and families apart, the new marriage bill now
      > > prohibits gay
      > > marriage and has been passed in both houses of
      > > parliament. The
      > > implications are far reaching, gay people are now
      > > denied hospital
      > > visits (when only family or spouse are allowed),
      > > housing rights, tax
      > > benefits, superannuation, invalidation of overseas
      > > marriages, and so
      > > on.
      > >
      > > 1994: Australian Gay activists take Australia to the
      > > United Nations
      > > and win there case that forces the Australian
      > > government to
      > > introduce the Commonwealth Human Rights (Sexual
      > > Conduct) Bill that
      > > gives gay people in states like Tasmania the right
      > > to have sex in
      > > their own home.
      > >
      > > 1996: The Australian Government slashes the number
      > > of "Interdependency visas", making migration for
      > > same sex couples
      > > far more difficult.
      > >
      > > 1997: In response to the discrimination claim of a
      > > lesbian, the
      > > government threatens to remove Medicare rebates for
      > > lesbians who
      > > access fertility services. In response to the case
      > > the Australian
      > > attorney general first threatens to amend the sex
      > > discrimination
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