Another Elder Returns Home 2021

Warning: This article contains the name and images of a deceased Indigenous person.

Prominent Aboriginal leader Uncle Max Harrison has died in a Sydney Covid ward, two weeks after speaking at an anti-vaccination mandate rally.

Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison, a prominent Aboriginal elder, had died in the Covid-19 ward of a Sydney hospital (he did not have CV-19).

Mr Harrison, a Yuin man from NSW’s South Coast … died in Sutherland Hospital on Saturday morning. The 85-year-old died from bronchial asthma and underlying complications …

His death comes just two weeks after Mr Harrison, known as Uncle Max, spoke out against mandatory Covid-19 vaccination at ‘Millions March’ rally in Sydney’s Hyde Park on November 27. Mr Harrison was a highly respected elder, who was known for speaking about Aboriginal culture, connection to land, healing and spirituality. He had previously lectured at the University of Technology Sydney and wrote the 2009 book My People’s Dreaming.

Mr Harrison was the Cultural Advisor for the Informed Medical Options Party (IMOParty), which states its main agenda is to “eliminate mandatory health policies, and to provide the Australian people with choice when it comes to their way of living”.

The IMO Party confirmed Mr Harrison’s death in a statement from founder Michael O’Neill on Saturday, saying he had passed away due to a “recurring illness”. Mr O’Neill said the 85-year-old’s role within the party was to be a voice for Indigenous Australians. The IMO Party claims every second Indigenous child either experienced death or injury as a result of vaccination — a claim not endorsed by any medical body.

Speaking at the ‘Millions March’ rally two weeks ago, Mr Harrison said Australians were “fighting to walk and talk for freedom” due to Covid-19 vaccination mandates. “I don’t recognise the place up on the hill in Canberra because they are not a government, they are a friggin’ corporation posing as a government,” he said. “Each and every speaker here today, they’re doing nothing but speaking truth.“ I’ve gone through the second world war and the rest of the wars in between, but this is the most hardest friggin’ war that I have ever got.”

“He lived through the ‘sorry days’ and ‘genocide’ and wanted to avert another for his brothers and sisters, and for future generations,” Mr O’Neill said. “I remember meeting Uncle Max and being drawn by his cheeky humour and his bravery to stand for the truth regardless of its lack of popularity.

“This will be a hard time for all of us, especially his family and for his partner Marelle Burnum Burnum, who also lost her father this year. “We will do everything we can to support and love her through this tragic time.”

Mr Harrison’s daughter, Cheryl, “He was a very humble person who gave so much to others. He was very family-oriented and leaves behind eight generations of family bloodlines.”

Aboriginal, aboriginal, indigenous

There is a huge difference in meaning between “indigenous”, “aboriginal” and “Aboriginal”, do your learning/research…indigenous is all inclusive of all and anyone born in a country. Aboriginal with a capital A, is a unique identifier in the English speaking language, to those aboriginal peoples , specific and only to Australia. In this usage, Aboriginal with a capital A is a noun, not an adjective, whereas aboriginal people, is aboriginal descriptive of a particular grouping within a country of indigenous People born to/in a country.

Understand what you’re saying/meaning if and when using English, especially in reference to Australia.

If, we want to understand and realise what an occupied country and its people are in the extreme, we cannot ignore what has happened in Palestine, and what continues to be done by Israel, with the ongoing support of so-called allies colluding with the invading occupation, the UK, USA, Australia, France, and the silent countries that are complicit and just as guilty for the human tragedy being carried out, illegally, yet sanctioned and silenced by the UN.

Other recent examples of such viral occupations are the “mongrel breed” Indonesians in West Papua, and the invasion and break-up of most of the Middle East into newly formed “countries”, after having been COLONised by various occupiers from Europe.

Australian owned mining in West Papua

Let’s not forget, even modern day Australia is an occupied and settled country. The alieNations have spread their seed of greed and exploitation in every country globally, like a virus that is toxic an parasitic in its endeavours to own and control all living lands and resources, for their own needs, no matter the means and the methods of invading, infecting, settling and nesting, controlling the preceding indigenous people in those places.

“Their” rot has well and truly contaminated the very psyche of this, their “prison planet”, and corrupted the essence of being human.

Livin’ His-Story Embodied

The “his-story” of Aboriginals of Gondwana is re-presented in the living memory of experiences, my history, my Mother’story, my Grandmother’s story, my “dreaming”, yOUR Tjukuuritja Tjukurrpa, my Djumall’s metaphysical “presence” …. All this and much more is not a recent cover-up …. Living “history” is alive and embodied in the living re-presentatives known as Aboriginal, aboriginal and/or indigenous beings still living, being within the flesh. The “stories” may have been lost — [as Max Igan said] — through “knowing” is not via intellectual rational mind/thinking … 🪃🔥👣