Posts Tagged ‘Manly’

KIDNAPPED: MANLY – WHAT’S IN A NAME

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

‘The Act of 1786 [Geo. III. c.59] for the Encouragement of the Southern Whale Fishery proved to be the foundation of an important industry…in the wake of whalers other British traders would follow.

The furtherance of this plan became one of the central objects of Lord Hawkesbury’s commercial policy’. Vincent T. Harlow, Vol. 2, Founding of the Second British Empire 1763-1793, Longmans, 1964

Governor Arthur Phillip knew that establishing land bases to support a ship-based whaling industry in the Southern and Indian oceans, known to be teeming with marine life, was prominent among the ambitions of Prime Minister Pitt and his ‘secretive inner circle’ of powerful politicians Lord Hawkesbury, Henry Dundas and Lord Mulgrave.

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AN UGLY WAR – BRITAIN VERSUS ‘THE OTHER’

Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

‘Phillip was authorised to see to the defence of the colony…Military and police raids against dissenting Aboriginal groups lasted¬† from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries…These raids had commenced by December 1790′. Professor Bruce Kercher, History of Law in Australia, Allen and Unwin, 1995

2016 РSeptember, Manly Beach:  FAKE NEWSROAD RAGE РThis morning violence broke out on the Harbour and Spit Bridges. Cars were caught in giant grid-lock as Sydney-siders rushed to Manly where a whale Рas big as a bus Рhad beached itself on the sand.

1790 – September, Manly: Real news – excited Aborigines gathered and Englishmen, Governor Phillip was rowed over from Sydney, to marvel at ‘a tremendous monster’ that had washed up at Manly.

The stranding would prove a tipping point in the near annihilation of a free people, Australia’s First Nations’ Peoples. See: Arthur’s Algorithm – ‘infuse universal terror’ open – sesame

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