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Welcome Freedom Flotilla to West Papua with Morning Star

Welcome Freedom Flotilla to West Papua with Morning Star

Freedom Flotilla Land and Sea Convoy For Peace and Justice from Australia to West Papua is the first time convoy for West Papua in the history. Freedom Flotilla ever convoy to other conflicted areas like East Timor in 1992, Gaza Palestine in 2008, 20110 , 2011 and now to West Papua.

Freedom Flotilla from Australia to West Papua becomes hot and main issue in all parts of West Papua now. Papuan people know that the Federal Republic of West Papua and Aboriginal Nation with Indternational activists are orginize this peace and justice convoy to West Papua . This convoy to give signals over the world that Indonesia always ban international access to West papua . Human rights abuses etc still continue in West Papua up until today and Transmigartion, immigrationa and Military are still control of our own land and abundance of natural resources.

Newly elected President Forkorus Yaboisembut and Prime Minsiters Edison Waromi who still in the prison with their own peole are welcome Freedom Flotilla to West Papua. Indonesia always ban international Media/Jurnalist,Human Rights Defenders and Diplomat to visited West Papua. We worry if Indonesian block them in the border of Merauke for not enter to West Papua. We pray for their saftey.

Today, Tuesday .August 27,2013 in Manokwari the Federal Republic of West Papua organize more than 20,000 people of West Papua for rally and demonstration to welcome Freedom Flotilla with bring West Papua’s Flag Morning Star. Please see the 2 pictures below.

If Indonesia governmnet allow Freedom Flotilla enter West Papua from Merauke, Papuan people hope that Freedom Flotilla from Merauke to Timika, Fakfak, Sorong,Mnanokwari, Nabire, Serui, Biak and Jayapura.

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