Indonesian consulate Darwin 50 years of blood shed

The Indonesian Government forces have slaughtered over 500,000 West Papuan men, women and children in the last 53 years.

After decades of this criminal cruelty, it is time to tell the Indonesian Government that we will no longer stand by whilst their Indonesian forces continue the ongoing bloodshed, rape, murder and torture of innocent men, women and children in West Papua.

50 years of bloodshed

The blood at the Indonesian Government consulate in Darwin today highlights ongoing bloodshed and slaughter of innocent civilians in West Papua.

On December 8, 2014 in West Papua, school children were gunned down by Indonesian forces in what is known as the Paniai massacre.

More recently, more school children were shot by plain clothed Indonesian forces by the side of the road.

50 years of bloodshed

These ongoing cold blooded murders, torture, rape and disappearances of West Papuan kids and citizens continues to this day.

THE JOKOWI GOVERNMENT HAS INSURED THAT NO ONE HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO JUSTICE FOR THESE INTERNATIONAL CRIMES. The Jokowi government has insured that no legitimate investigation has occurred into these international human rights abuses.

The bloodshed continues, the murder continues……..Free West Papua

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UNITED STRUGGLE PROJECT Objectives: Record music and make music video clips addressing issues face by displaced people with artists in affected areas, including one collaborative song with a representative from each place Forum for displaced people to express their stories through music and video and documentary making Create networks to unite global struggles Create links with artists globally Target racism against refugees in the broader community Background and Inspirations My main motivation is my love of music and belief in social and environmental justice. Music can be used as a tool for change and education to break down walls, create common ground and unite common struggles. Lake Eyre to West Papua Land and Sea Convoy for Peace and Justice Looking at the ancient ways to find the new beginnings… ‘’We were one people, we still are one people, we must up hold our cultural connection, the old land is calling us.’’ Uncle Kevin Buzzacott Arabuna elder.

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