Truth is people are not indigenous to Australia, native title, first nation, aboriginal and indigenous
are racist and fraudulent terms, and fraud against our Commonwealth of Australia.
A commonwealth is a term for a political community founded for the common good. Historically it
has sometimes been synonymous with "republic". The noun "commonwealth", meaning "public
welfare general good or advantage", dates from the 15th century. Originally a phrase (the
common-wealth or the common wealth – echoed in the modern synonym "public wealth") it comes
from the old meaning of "wealth", which is "well-being", and is itself a loose translation of the
Latin res publica (republic).
Who was Mungo Man? Mungo man’s forbearers and descendants are like us all immigrants.
About 42,000 years ago, Mungo Man lived around the shores of Lake Mungo with his family. A time
of abundance in the Willandra Lakes system was drawing to a close, but he could still hunt many
species of game, including some of the soon-to-be-extinct megafauna, leading to mass extinction.
Australia is 55,000,000 years old. Modern humans had reached Asia by 70,000 years ago before
moving down through South-east Asia and into Australia. However, Homo sapiens were not the first
people to inhabit this region. Homo erectus had already been in Asia for at least 1.5 million years. It
is possible that these two species may have coexisted, as some dates for Indonesian Homo erectus
suggest they may have survived there until as recently as 50,000 years ago.
In 2017, a genetic study of the genomes of 111 Aboriginal Australians found that today’s Aboriginal
Australians are all related to a common ancestor who was a member of a distinct population that
emerged on the mainland about 50,000 years ago. Humans are thought to have migrated to
Northern Australia from Asia using primitive boats. A current theory holds that those early migrants
themselves came out of Africa about 70,000 years ago, which would make Aboriginal Australians the
oldest population of humans living outside Africa.
Steve Wickenden Federal Executive, Party Secretary for Commonwealth of Australian Constitution