Boomerang. The Men of Fifth World | Tribes

The Men of the Fifth World is a documentary that shows us the history, culture and traditions of the Australian aborigines, primitive tribes who inhabit these lands.
The old Garimala Yakar, tells firsthand how their world is accompanied by the sound of the didgeridoo, the beat of their tradition, which keeps them together and attached to the land.

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+1 1. ringmaster commented 147 days ago

Modern human destroys everything if we don't act fast :(
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+1 2. Abdullah54 commented 147 days ago

#1 Yes, especially the jeans they wear and the axe and other tool from the nearby hobbymarket ;).
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+3 3. Judge-Jake commented 147 days ago

Bad things done to good people then and still. :(
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-1 4. oleHashow commented 147 days ago

#2 What do you want to say? That they are better of now, because they have jeans and metal axe. How do you think they survived the history before penalty colony was placed there.

Im not sure but ill come to fast conclusion so correct me if im wrong.
No clothes, no private parts, no reason to think something is mine or hide, no fights and no war.
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+3 5. nomaddaf commented 146 days ago

#4 I hope you are kidding? Wars were around long before anything even remotely modern. Life expectancy was around 28 usually dying from teeth infections. More mothers died in child birth than didn't. The slightest infection was a death sentence. While the old ways are interesting, no one in their right mind would want to go back.
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-1 6. oleHashow commented 146 days ago

#5 no im not.
Tell me about wars in Australia before it was colonized.
Where did you get information 28 years.
i could say everyone in their left mind, would love to go back.
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-1 7. sux2bu commented 146 days ago

#6 Here you go...doesn't sound too congenial to me , and there is much more info available if you take the time to research.

https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-history-of-inter-tribal-warfare-in-pre-1788-Australia
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0 8. oleHashow commented 143 days ago

#7 ty i stand corrected. Didnt realize they were so primitive.
since they produced The Secret of Dreaming: An Australian Aboriginal Myth of Creation
i thought too highly of them without knowing anything and still dont knowing much.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBTRwP_YiAI
I guess im back to original statement.
So what i gathered is. Best case scenario, their populations has doubled or in worse case it halved.
or maybe vice-versa from your perspective.
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0 9. thundersnow commented 118 days ago

Human beings are all the same everywhere. If I wouldn't know this report is about Australia, it could just as well be the atrocities against Native Americans.