Social Commentary, Activism, Humanism

The Little People of Kuranda May 1, 2016

Filed under: Uncategorized — Poli-V @ 8:21 am

Shocking, just sickening what some people are/were capable of. This makes me very sad 😦


We are discovering increasingly hard evidence that the Australian Aboriginals are the original peoples of the world and all other peoples came from Australia. DNA, rock carvings and now this from the Smithsonian:


dwf15-475956_edit.jpg__800x600_q85_crop Brazil’s Surui people, like the man pictured above, share ancestry with indigenous Australians, new evidence suggests. (PAULO WHITAKER/Reuters/Corbis)

Today’s post is about a little known tribe of Little People that still exists today in Far North Queensland.

In the 1400’s and 1500’s, Dutch and Portuguese sailors sighting the Western Australian coastline noted “tall natives in warfare chasing and killing hordes of “little” native peoples”.

Yet, since then, the Australian pygmies have been totally obliterated from public memory.

The Encyclopedia of Aboriginal Australia (1994), published by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, today does its best to disguise these people. It lists some of their tribes, including the Djabuganjdji, Mbarbaram (Barbaram) and Yidinjdji…

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4 Responses to “The Little People of Kuranda”

  1. Fascinating research, isn’t it? At 60,000 years, Australians indigenous people represent the oldest recorded civilization.

  2. Very fascinating, I’ve always had a strong feeling our first people really are the FIRST people. Just a feeling and feelings don’t count for much in science but then science is always being revised and corrected. All scientists can do is work on what they find and they are still finding and discovering new things all the time.

  3. tubularsock Says:

    Wouldn’t it be fun if man continues to rush toward oblivion and achieves it. Leaving the little people to then be the last people and then just start all over.

    Oh well, Tubularsock just thinking.

    Great post PV!

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