----- Original Message -----
From: Ture Sjolander 2009
To: sarah.gilbert@essential-media.com
Cc: Corporate_Affairs4.ABC@abc.net.au
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 11:42 AM
Subject: Fw: ABC TV

Oh Dear, It was like I suspected even there...
Thanks anyhow for the info, but I don't wan't to participate in this TV serie, nor any other ABC Television programs as long the total programming is made and dictated by a limited "familyclick" of  "pure aussies" all born at  Bondi Beach, to make a clear  and illustravive allusion.
What a terrible culture !
One day ABC hopefully may be "Modern" too, and we can talk again.
Ture Sjolander

----- Original Message -----
From: ABC Corporate_Affairs4
To: Ture Sjolander
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 11:10 AM
Subject: ABC TV

Dear Mr Sjolander

Thank you for your email regarding the program
The Making of the Modern.

The website for the program can be viewed at
Action?page=Homepage&as=73526  . Information about the program's
production team is published on this webpage,
Action?page=Homepage&as=73526 . Below for your information I have
provided this text. 

"The creative team behind the TV series has already started research on
the series. The two directors are Susan Lambert, who recently directed
The Good, the Bad and the Ugg Boot for ABC and The Pageant on the
history of the Miss Australia Quest for SBS; and Steve Westh, the
director of Gallipoli's Submarine, Stories from a Children's Hospital
and Grey Voyagers, among others. We also have two researchers, Sarah
Gilbert and Elissa McKeand. One of them is likely to get in touch with
you if your story looks like it would work for the TV show.  If you have
any questions, you can contact Sarah at
sarah.gilbert@essential-media.com and she'll be updating this blog with
news on the TV series and tips on how to tell your story on the web. We
look forward to working with you on this exciting cross-platform history
project and be sure to visit us often!"

The ABC regrets that you do not like to fill in online email forms
published on the ABC's website. Due to Large amounts of SPAM the ABC
uses online email forms. Please be assured that I have noted your

Thank you for your interest in the ABC.

Yours sincerely

Parker Bourke
ABC Audience and Consumer Affairs

From: Ture Sjolander 2009
Sent: Wednesday, 11 March 2009 4:10 PM
To: ABC Board
Subject: "The Making of Modern Australia"

To the Board of ABC.

Subject: Making The Modern Terra Nullius

Who are the people who is making the picks and chose the Story's for The
Making of Modern Australia at ABC-Television ?

Would like to know the names!

I have published "My Story" for the last 8 years on the Internet
spending 16 hours a day to express my view on the Modern Australia and
the way I  have make Australia.
I'm not only an Australian Citizen, I'm Australia.

In that way I'm very proud!

But very disappointed that only 10 % of the total population of 22
million's is running the media. The very same people a small ridicules
"elite" is on both side of all the microphones decade after decade, it's
an terrible abuse and discrimination.
My Story goes from 1982 and onwards.

I do not like to fill in any forms on your website until I really know
what kinda people who will make the assessment and pick the Story's.

Ture Sjolander

Her Excellency, Hon Governor of Australia

Undersigned guess,  that this attached message below, addressed to the
Inclusion Board would interest, Her Excellency.

Sincerely Yours

Ture Sjolander
NSW 2644



----- Original Message -----
From: Ture Sjolander 2009
To: senator.stephens@aph.gov.au
Sent: Friday, March 06, 2009 10:44 AM
Subject: Fw: Look at your own boardmembers in the first place...

Dear Senator,

Please forward this my message to all  the boardmembers of the Social
Inclusion dreamtime policy board. And if you are really sincere, dig
where you stand.


Ture Sjolander
Biography: use GOOGLE SEARCH.

----- Original Message -----
From: Ture Sjolander 2009
To: enquiry@socialinclusion.gov.au
Cc: media@deewr.gov.au ; socialinclusionunit@pmc.gov.au
Sent: Friday, March 06, 2009 10:33 AM
Subject: Look at your own boardmembers in the first place...

and then look at e.g.  Australian National Broadcasting Corporation's
policy and particulary the composition of the people on both sides of
the "microphones" in all programs.
I would be ashamed being an Australian citizen accepting that approx. 6
to 12 people should run the show every day and every decade for 22
million people.
This is a gross abuse of public media not practising themself Social
Inclusion but rather the opposite.
Look at your own board member and you find the same horrifying
composition of  "inbreds".

If anyone is going to take the meaning of your planned work seriously,
well than start to clean up this discusting massmedia organisations. All
of this journalists and staff have known each others from childhood.
They are all a selfappointed ridicules "elite".
Ask them to go away!!!!!! or fire them! And let the NESB in urgently to
prevent a cultural and mental recession and stagnation.

Social Inclusion has to start on that level in our country. If not, its
all crap what is suggested !


Ture Sjolander