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Student Alliance of West Papua Demands to Govt. of Australia

Student Alliance of West Papua Demands to Govt. of Australia

Student Alliance of West Papua, demanding in Remembrance Day and Anzac day in recognition of Fuzzy Wuzzy giving their lives in World War II against Japanese along side with Australia soldiers. The demand for the help as Fuzzy Wuzzy had helped Australian soldiers. The people of West Papua New Guinea have been fighting with Indonesia for freedom in their homeland for more than 50 years in West Papua New Guinea. However, Australia is our closer neighboring country, which seems that the cries of the people of Papua landing on deaf ears and memory of Fuzzy Wuzzy who sacrificed themselves all those years had been forgotten.

((( student alliance of west papua 25 april 2014 )))


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