SoE statement on the present situation in Palestine and Israel

Logo_Transparent.png - 1.05 MBThe present outbreak of violent clashes in East Jerusalem and Gaza have been triggered by Israel’s brutal and violent evictions of Palestinian families from their homes in East Jerusalem and the simultaneously co-ordinated attacks by Israeli police on hundreds of peaceful worshippers in Al Aqsa Mosque.  Twenty-four people, including nine children, have been killed and more than 600 injured by Israelis heavy bombing of Gaza.  The outrage is spreading across West Bank and Israel.

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Armed Neutrality: an alternative, principled defence policy to safeguard an independent Australia, keep us out of wars and promote peace - Part 1

by Bevan Ramsden

Bevan Ramsden is an ex-telecommunications engineer and a long-time peace activist and advocates for Australia’s independence. He is a member of the coordinating committee of the Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN)

Armed Neutrality.jpg - 5.32 KBAustralia’s defence policy has for decades been based on dependence on a foreign power with foreign policy subservience to it. This policy has led Australia into disastrous wars and with the establishment of their military bases on our soil, led to loss of our sovereignty. Would an alternative defence policy based on armed neutrality help us regain our national sovereignty, safeguard continental Australia and promote peace? 

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IPAN Public Statement on recent Israeli genocidial aggression against Palestine

Palestine Rally Adl 22_5_2021_B.jpg - 76.05 KBThe Independent and Peaceful Australia Network calls on the Australian Government to stop its support of the Israeli occupation and condemn the theft of Palestinian homes and land by Israel.

The Australia Government cannot pretend it does not have a role in the violence perpetrated by the Israeli military against Palestinians.

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FOR A JUST, SOVEREIGN AND DEMOCRATIC AUSTRALIA.

The Spirit of Eureka Committee was established in the lead up to the 150th anniversary of the Eureka Stockade in 2004, to give a strong and united voice to the current struggles of Australia’s working people.

The Spirit of Eureka draws on the continuity and relevance of this important event in the history of Australia to present day endeavours and struggles for justice, democracy and sovereignty.

The Eureka rebellion laid the foundations for Australia’s continuing social, industrial and political struggles. It was advanced for its time and represents an important fighting tradition that continues to inspire our fight today.

 

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Driving Disunity Now a Free Book

When Lindy Nolan's 'Driving Disunity: The Business Council versus Aboriginal Community' was published in 2017, it lifted the lid on a network of corporate influence and control of First People's organisations and individuals. As publisher, Spirit of Eureka is pleased to republish this copy without charge. It may be quoted or shared, as long as the source is credited.

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