From the Central Defense Headquarters of West Papua Revolutionary Army (WPRA), the Secretariat-General Gen. WPRA Amunggut Tabi, on behalf of the Revolutionary Supreme Commander and all Officers and Soldiers around the Isle of New Guinea hereby would like express
Happy National Awakening Day!
to all citizens of the Republic of West Papua all over the world, all human beings and other than human beings!
Melanesians are jointly celebrating political developments across the South Pacific. With a series of referendum coming in Kanaky, and Bougainvillians attending the voting posts to determine their political future, West Papua is celebrating this National Awakening Day with Praise by inviting all parties to join hand-in-hand "save our planet Earth" and save this "life" by saving the Isle of New Guinea from foreign invasion and occupation, who come to steal, grab and take away all natural resources in this Island that will destroy and kill life on this Island, that will automatically kill off life on this planet Earth.
With this 58th celebrations of our National Awakening Day, I call on all Melanesians to re-claim
- Our Melanesian identity as human-race;
- Our Melanesian brotherhood and sisterhood as uniting force for our being;
- Our Melanesian integration socially, culturally, economically, and politically as we are already united racially and geographically.
Let us forget that Indonesia exists in our region as occupying and threating power with other occupying nations that have negative energy forces upon us, that have colonial mentality, rhetoric, behaviour and actions. Let us keep up our fight! Look beyond, and see: Melanesia is rising up, to save this life from global climate crisis!!!
Issued at: The WPRA Central Defense HQs
On Date: 30 November, 2019
Amunggut Tabi, Gen. WPRA
BRN: A.DF 018676
Our National Identity with national flag, national anthem, national state-hood was introduced today 58 years ago in the Netherlands New Guinea Capital, Holandia, and today we are remembering that historic event that marked the birth of our nationhood as Melanesian human race in the South Pacific region.
Our Melanesian identity and Papua nation-hood will shine for the world, magnify our peaceful and joyful LIFE and Our Melanesian Way of living, in this uncertain and troubled world, and become the key solutions to the world with global climate crises.
We inherit important wisdom, knowledge and experience and we can contribute significantly to our Planet Earth and to life on this planet. We must fight to complete this struggle to free our country, in order to save the world from global climate catastrophe caused by our human modernisation projects. Melanesians inherit wisdom and way of life that can save this planet Earth that the Republic of West Papua will stand for nationally and internationally.
The introduction of our National Anthem: "Oh My Land, Papua", the calling "West Papua" as our Country and "Papua" as our national identity, the promise of declaring West Papua independence on 1 July 1970, which the colonial Dutch government failled to fulfill, the mapping of the territory of the Republic of West Papua.
It was on 1 December 1961, an inauguration ceremony was held for the Morning Star flag raised outside the New Guinea Council building in the presence of the Governor of the Netherlands Colonial Government, also the national anthem "Hai Tanahku Papua", the birds of paradise coat of arms, motto and the name of Papua Barat (West Papua) for the proposed new state. The Dutch had accepted the Manifesto except the denomination of the flag recognising it as a territorial flag not a national flag.
This history will never be deleted by anyone, with anything, in anyway. Indonesians can use mighty military power and terrorize us physically and mentally, but they will never kill the spirit that can never be killed by anyone on this planet Earth, --the spirit for a Free and Independent West Papua, a Green Government of West Papua, a sample Government for peaceful and joyful life on this planet Earth, will prevail until Indonesia is out from our New Guinea motherland.