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Sunday, December 2, 2012
NATIONAL PEACE PROTEST 2012 Stand Up for Your Rights! Anniversary of Eureka Stockade 3rd of December 2012
NATIONAL PEACE PROTEST 2012 Australia – 3rd December
NATIONAL PEACE PROTEST 2012
Stand Up for Your Rights!
Anniversary of Eureka Stockade
3rd of December 2012
The Eureka Oath: “We swear by the Southern Cross to stand truly by each other, and fight to defend to our rights and liberties.”
“G’day everyone – I would like to invite you all to get involved with this protest and help us make a difference.
This protest will take place regardless of numbers.
The aim is to get noticed and to do that we as many on board as possible and to achieve that we need to advertise.
This Poster is made to be printed up to A3 size.
It can easily be resized using your printer preferences.
So print it as 4 fliers on one A4 sheet or as an A4 poster, those who have A3 printing capabilities can print it as a huge poster.
Lets get it out there.
A few bucks for ink and paper is not a huge price to pay for the potential recognition it will receive.
Officeworks also prints bulk copies for a good price.
Use the link for media fire to download it. It has had 153 downloads so far, lets make it a thousand yeah! 1000 x 25 copies, there is 25’000 potential people on board if only one see each poster/flyer.
Melbourne 1950 – Raffello Carboni wrote of The Eureka Uprising:
Raffello Carboni mounted the stump beneath the Southern Cross and called upon all “irrespective of nationality, religion and colour” to salute the Southern Cross “as the refuge of all the oppressed from all countries on earth”.
Peter Lalor, our Commander-in-chief … exclaimed a firm measured tone:
” We swear by the Southern Cross to stand truly by each other, and fight to defend to our rights and liberties.”
A universal well rounded “Amen”, was the determined reply; some five hundred right hands stretched towards our flag.”