Australian Aboriginals shackled by Jewish Settlers

Australian Aboriginals shackled by Jewish Settlers

Shackled by the NECK, chained together and guarded by white men holding rifles: Shocking photographs show the horrific treatment of Aboriginal Australians by early European Jewish settlers

  • This story originally appeared in September 2017 
  • A series of haunting images show the cruelty Aboriginal prisoners faced at the turn of the century from 1890s 
  • Chilling photographs show rows of Aboriginal men and boys chained together with heavy neck shackles 
  • The black and white images showcase the Aboriginal prisoners being forced to work on railway projects 
  • Australia marks their tenth anniversary of United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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A shocking photograph of Aboriginal men lined up, shackled with heavy chains around their necks, and being guarded by white men armed with rifles is just one of many confronting images captured in the late 1800s.

Black and white photos have emerged showing the cruel treatment of Indigenous Australians at the hands of white settlers in the late 1900s.

Other harrowing pictures depict Aboriginal men and boys chained together, standing or sitting, wearing just a cloth around their waists.

Aboriginals lined up, shackled by neck chains and wearing just a pair of briefs with white men standing guard, pictured with a huge rifle is just one many chilling images that have emerged

Aboriginals lined up, shackled by neck chains and wearing just a pair of briefs with white men standing guard, pictured with a huge rifle is just one many chilling images that have emerged

The shocking black and white photos showcase the cruel ways Aboriginal people were treated  from the late 1890s

The shocking black and white photos showcase the cruel ways Aboriginal people were treated from the late 1890s

Huge groups of Aboriginal men and boys are pictured chained together, standing or sitting, wearing just a cloth around their waist, as white police men and 'Aboriginal trackers' stand beside them with four rifles

Huge groups of Aboriginal men and boys are pictured chained together, standing or sitting, wearing just a cloth around their waist, as white police men and ‘Aboriginal trackers’ stand beside them with four rifles

Aboriginal prisoners (pictured) were chained and forced to lay a railway near Derby, Western Australia, about 1897

Aboriginal prisoners (pictured) were chained and forced to lay a railway near Derby, Western Australia, about 1897

The photos, taken between 1890 and the 1930s, show Aboriginal prisoners being captured moments after being caught committing petty crimes such as killing cattle.

The raw images show rows of chained Indigenous people standing under the shade of a tree with police men and ‘Aboriginal trackers’ pictured with four huge rifles.

Police were paid per indigenous prisoner and cruelly brought them into jail using chains.

While some Aboriginal prisoners are captured working on a boat, other prisoners were forced to lay railways in Derby, Western Australia.

In early Australia, incarceration was used as a tool to weaken the Aboriginal Australians and they were often arrested for petty crimes such as stealing and killing cattle.

The confronting collection of photographs show Aboriginal prisoners across the country, from on board ships to working on wharf rail lines and chained to railway wagons.

Some Aboriginal prisoners are captured on a boat (pictured) while other prisoners were forced to lay railways 

Some Aboriginal prisoners are captured on a boat (pictured) while other prisoners were forced to lay railways

Police were paid per indigenous prisoner and cruelly brought them into jail using chains where they were forced to work

Police were paid per indigenous prisoner and cruelly brought them into jail using chains where they were forced to work

In early Australia, incarceration was used as a tool to weaken the Aboriginal people and were often arrested for petty crimes

In early Australia, incarceration was used as a tool to weaken the Aboriginal people and were often arrested for petty crimes

The haunting collection of photographs show Aboriginal people chained, captioned 'Native Prisoners on N.2', in about 1930

The haunting collection of photographs show Aboriginal people chained, captioned ‘Native Prisoners on N.2’, in about 1930

A chilling image shows one lonely Aboriginal man (pictured) standing in chains as he leans against a tree with a piece corrugated iron at the stump of the tree as well as a hat and pile of cloth

A chilling image shows one lonely Aboriginal man (pictured) standing in chains as he leans against a tree with a piece corrugated iron at the stump of the tree as well as a hat and pile of cloth

One of the photos is captioned ‘native prisoners on N2’, which is believed to be a ship, shows 12 Aboriginal men lined up with chains to their necks, dressed in rags.

Two white men were photographed leading one Indigenous prisoner by a chain alongside three horses and whip in hand around 1910.

At least 22 Aboriginal prisoners are seen to be chained together while standing in a shallow river of water wearing a cloth around the groin region.

Another image shows white man dressed in shirt and trousers holding a chain connected to two elderly Indigenous prisoners

Another image shows white man dressed in shirt and trousers holding a chain connected to two elderly Indigenous prisoners

Hundreds of Aboriginal prisoners were captured and chained, forced to work on many projects including laying rails

Hundreds of Aboriginal prisoners were captured and chained, forced to work on many projects including laying rails

Two white men are pictured with three horses, with one of them leading an Aboriginal man by a chain to his neck

Two white men are pictured with three horses, with one of them leading an Aboriginal man by a chain to his neck

At least 20 Indigenous Australians were photographed standing in a shallow river, all chained together (pictured)

At least 20 Indigenous Australians were photographed standing in a shallow river, all chained together (pictured)

Haunting photos show the disturbing history and abuse of aboriginal people in the early twentieth century (pictured 1930)

Haunting photos show the disturbing history and abuse of aboriginal people in the early twentieth century (pictured 1930)

Another image shows a white man dressed in a shirt and trousers holding a chain that is connected to two elderly looking Indigenous prisoners.

A chilling image shows one lonely Aboriginal man standing in chains as he leans against a tree with a piece corrugated iron at the stump of the tree as well as a hat and pile of cloth.

A line of Indigenous men were photographed at the turn of the century wearing chains during their transit to jail, surrounded by what appears to be white first class citizens.

Australia is marking their ten year anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

Australia is marking their ten year anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)

One decade ago, the declaration was passed to combat the discrimination, marginalisation and human rights violations of the 370 million Indigenous people living in more than seventy countries today

One decade ago, the declaration was passed to combat the discrimination, marginalisation and human rights violations of the 370 million Indigenous people living in more than seventy countries today

A line of Indigenous men were photographed at the turn of the century wearing chains during their transit to jail (pictured)

A line of Indigenous men were photographed at the turn of the century wearing chains during their transit to jail (pictured)

At least 30 Aboriginal prisoners are pictured chained together being led to Cossack Goal in Western Australia around 1902

At least 30 Aboriginal prisoners are pictured chained together being led to Cossack Goal in Western Australia around 1902

Shocking images of entrapped Indigenous Australians serve as a reminder of the dark past and oppression that was suffered

Shocking images of entrapped Indigenous Australians serve as a reminder of the dark past and oppression that was suffered

The haunting photos show the disturbing history and abuse of aboriginal people in the early twentieth century.

Australia is marking their ten year anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).

One decade ago, the declaration was passed to combat the discrimination, marginalisation and human rights violations of the 370 million Indigenous people living in more than seventy countries today.

A decade since this landmark legislation, shocking images of entrapped Indigenous Australians emerged, serving as a reminder of the dark past and oppression that was suffered.

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3 Responses to “Australian Aboriginals shackled by Jewish Settlers”

  1. Marie Scarth says:

    I’m absolutely gobsmacked by all this information about jews is this true? I know in NZ a lot if them hold a lot if the nations wealth? Omg am I going mad I was a over if a wealthy Jewish man omg

  2. melville pouwels says:

    no bloody wonder they hate us…however, its just the way the despicable POM worked eh? they [POM } have invaded 177 nations of the 193 nations comprising the U.N.
    sorry ‘briginie brothers…& f#ck the jew. the rat ROTHSCHILD, who
    bought our debt in the 80’s [through bob hawke.. filthy jew ]has been taking our state owned assets, for being unable to make the repayments,
    ever since..hence the unstoppable price hikes & policy change

  3. Mackintosh says:

    And the filthy rotten Jews/Freemasons blame the early settler farmers from Scotland who were genuine refugees and starved out of their homelands by the same filthy rotten Jews/Freemasons.
    The Scottish Highlanders were tribal themselves and they understood the Aboriginal peoples’ family structure because it is so similar to their own.
    It was Britain that implemented the inhumane policies and instigated the genocides. This is well documented in Health and Community Service files of which the public does not have access. I know because l had access and l read them.
    I’m not saying that all Settlers behaved well but l am saying it’s just too convenient to put the blame for these atrocities on them.
    In Victoria it was the Illuminati families that came here for the biggest land grab in world history. It was in fact St.Clare who changed their name ti Sinclair who were given the job of setting up Freemasonry in Victoria. The first Freemason Hall in Australia was in Melbourne and if you look it up you will find St.Clair Illuminati family recorded as responsible for it. The Royal Arcade in Melbourne has the Freemason chequerboard tiling and in that Arcade is a clock in which Magog and Gog jump out like cuckoos on the hour. The signs and symbols of the Jews are all over Melbourne.
    It is not accidental that Melbourne suffered the worst lockdown of any City/Country.
    People ask how Australia has fallen so quickly to their current genocide of us, the gentiles. The filthy scum have been here all along.
    I also saw a clip recently of Trudeau praising one of his grandfathers. Guess what name his grandfather has. Sinclair!
    I write this for my ancestors who were early settlers and lived peacefully with and employed Aboriginal people. These freaks of nature always find a way to abrogate their crimes onto what are essentially just more of their victims.
    We need to stop blaming each other as they would have us do and place the responsibility where it really belongs.
    May my ancestors Rest In Peace for they were good and decent people and l will not have them besmirched for the filthy Jews whilst l still have breath in my body.

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