SPRING HILL VOICE

 

In February, a federal grand jury issued indictments of four Standing Rock water protectors on charges of Federal Civil Disorder and Use of Fire to Commit a Federal Crime.

The federal investigators accused the four men—James White, Brennan Nastacio, Dion Ortiz, and Brandon Miller-Castillo—of involvement in setting three highway barricades on fire, which obstructed police during a highly-militarized October 27 raid of the “Front Line Camp” just north of the Standing Rock Sioux reservation.

...

The cases are also likely to exert a chilling effect on indigenous-led resistance to resource extraction and fossil fuel infrastructure.

In fact, in each case, the U.S. Attorneys for the District of North Dakota filed a most unusual charge: federal civil disorder.

“Nobody I’ve worked with previously has ever seen that charge,” the Water Protector Legal Collective’s Sandra Freeman, an attorney for Michael Markus, said in an interview.

“It comes from a law that is usually only invoked when the federal government decides to prosecute people involved in resistance.” ... [Mint Press News - 22/5/17]

 

 

A fatal stabbing at University of Maryland, College Park is now being investigated as a possible hate crime.

The FBI is now digging into the suspects’ social media history for answers.

Police have identified the victim from the early Saturday stabbing as 23-year-old Richard Collins III.

He had just been commissioned into the army as a lieutenant and was due to graduate from Bowie State University on Tuesday.

Police arrested 22-year-old  Sean Christopher Urbanski of fatally stabbing Collins on Regents Dr. near Montgomery Hall.

Urbanski faces charges of first and second-degree murder, and first-degree assault for the deadly stabbing.

The suspect is a member of a white supremacist group on Facebook called “Alt-Reich Nation,” which contains racist material. ... [CBS - 21/5/17]

 

 

After 4 months in detention, journalist seeking asylum in the US gives up and returns to Mexico [The Dallas Morning News - 22/5/17]:

 

A Mexican journalist seeking asylum in the U.S. after reporting on police brutality gave up his fight and returned to his country last Tuesday after spending nearly four months in an immigration detention center he described as “hell.”

Martin Mendez Pineda, 26, arrived on the Texas-Mexico border in February and asked for asylum at the Paso del Norte International Bridge in El Paso.

The reporter said he was fleeing death threats in Guerrero, where he worked for the Novedades Acapulco newspaper.

His lawyer, Carlos Spector, Reporters Without Borders and the Borderland Immigration Council, a coalition of immigration lawyers and advocacy organizations, had urged U.S. authorities to release the Mexican journalist while his case moved through the immigration court.

“Undoubtedly, he’s still at risk,” said Balbina Flores, a Reporters Without Borders representative in Mexico.

Flores said the organization is in contact with Mendez but won’t reveal his location because it might jeopardize his safety.

...

“The government is forcing people to decide between being locked up indefinitely and going back to somewhere where people want to murder them,” said Alan Dickerson, a member of the Detained Migrant Solidarity Committee, a community group based in El Paso.

In a letter written after his first attempt to get parole was denied, Mendez described the Sierra Blanca Detention center in West Texas as “small, with metal bunks, worn-out rubber mattresses, wooden floors, bathrooms with walls covered in green and yellow mold, weeds everywhere and snakes and rats that come in at night.” ...

 

 

Miguel Vazquez Flores, president of the communal lands commission representing the Wixarika Indigenous community of San Sebastian Teponahuaxtlan in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, was murdered with his brother Saturday around 6:00 p.m. local time in Tuxpan de Bolaños, another Wixarika community.

The murders come just days after Mexican journalist and author Javier Valdez — a prominent drug crime reporter with La Jornada in Sinaloa, founder of the magazine Riodoce and author of several books — was shot dead in broad daylight in the city of Culiacan. ... [teleSUR - 21/5/17]

 

 

Asylum seeker Amos Yee Facebook page’s conspiracy theory mocked by Singapore Ambassador [The Independent - 22/5/17]:

 

Ambassador-at-Large, Bilahari Kausikan, has mocked the claim by Amos Yee’s Facebook page that the Singapore Government is behind the teenager’s continued detention in a US jail.

“[The] SG government has such great influence with the US government???” the ambassador posted on his Facebook page on Sunday.

“I did not know we were so powerful!”

Referring to the teenager’s prolonged incarceration, Yee’s Facebook post, which was “made by people working on Amos’s case”, said, “We can only suspect interference by the Singaporean government as there would be no other legitimate reason for Amos to be detained for so long after being granted asylum by the court.” ...

 

 

After a massive earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, nationals of the country have been allowed to live and work in the United States under an immigration status called Temporary Protected Status (TPS).

TPS for Haitians, which was due to expire in the next 60 days, was just extended for six months by the Trump administration.

Unfortunately, the announcement by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) simply kicks the can down the road—extending TPS for the shortest time possible and forcing individuals to live their lives in six-month increments while they await the next announcement. ... [American Immigration Council - 22/5/17]

 

 

British court awards James Ibori, former Delta State governor, £1 compensation after unlawful immigration detention [Vanguard - 23/5/17]:

 

... In a statement on Monday, Tony Eluemunor, media aide to Ibori, said the former Delta State governor defeated the British Secretary of State for Home Department in an unlawful detention suit.

He added that the court had ordered that his principal be compensated for malicious detention but that the amount had not been fixed.

“Chief James Ibori’s winning streak in London courts continued on Monday, May 22, 2017, as he won an important legal victory against the British Secretary of State for the Home Department.

The costs the Home Department will have to pay to him, as ordered by the court, will be determined later,” he said.

“The victory came when Justice Bobbie Cheema-Grubb DBE of Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, agreed with the submissions of Ibori’s counsel, Ian Macdonald, QC and Ivan Krolick, that though Ibori was due for release, he was still maliciously detained on the 20th and 21st December 2016. ...

 

 

@wikileaks [21/5/17]:  New documentary #Garzon on #Assange: "This person is dying there, someone tell me something!" ... #HackingJustice

 

 

@WLTaskForce [21/5/17]:  Wall Street Journal: Why bother with the law, just kidnap Assange already 

 

 

@wikileaks [21/5/17]:  Class action lawsuit against US DNC proceeds for corrupting its primary process (as revealed by WikiLeaks) 

 

 

Megaupload founder and friend of Julian Assange has offered to provide Congress with written testimony and proof that murdered Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was WikiLeaks’ source — if they will include his murder in their Russia investigation.

Kim Dotcom has also now claimed that he was involved in the leak — and that he personally knew Rich. ... [Big League Politics - 20/5/17]

 

 

Thousands detained and/or deported as one asylum seeker enters Israel via Egypt in the past year [Haaretz - 23/5/17]:

 

... According to the Population and Immigration Authority, at the end of March more than 39,000 people in Israel had illegally crossed the border from Egypt.

Of these, 28,000 were Eritreans, 8,000 were Sudanese and more than 3,000 were from other countries, mostly from Africa.

Overall, the entry of more than 64,000 people has been documented, most of them arriving between 2007 and 2012.

 Since the border fence was completed in the summer of 2012, the numbers have dropped dramatically.

Attorney Michal Pinchock, the chief executive of the group ASSAF that helps refugees and asylum seekers, called the 39,000 “a negligible number compared to the established population of Israel. It’s time to open our hearts and stop being cruel toward asylum seekers living among us, thousands of whom have suffered torture, including women and children.” ...

 

 

Rasmea Odeh addresses homecoming of Oscar Lopez Rivera in Chicago [Samidoun - 23/5/17]

 

 

Palestinian teenager shot and killed by Israeli forces at Bethlehem-area checkpoint [Maan - 23/5/17]

 

 

Palestinian shot and injured by Israeli forces with live fire in central Gaza Strip [Maan - 22/5/17]:

 

A Palestinian “youth” was injured Monday evening during clashes in the central Gaza Strip, along the border with Israel, when Israeli forces shot the Palestinian in the leg with live ammunition.

Medical sources in Gaza told Ma’an that the Palestinian, who sources said was in his twenties, was injured in his right leg, and was in moderate condition at the Shuhada al-Aqsa hospital in Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip.

The Palestinian, whose identity remained unknown, was injured during clashes east of the Bureij refugee camp, that had erupted after Palestinians took to the border to protest in solidarity with some 1,300 Palestinian prisoners, who entered their 36th day of hunger strike on Monday.

An Israeli army spokesperson said they were looking into reports.

At least 20 Palestinians were shot and injured, one seriously, during clashes with Israeli forces earlier Monday in the occupied West Bank districts of Ramallah and Hebron.

The clashes came as Palestinians observed a general strike across the Palestinian territory in support of the mass hunger strike, and also to express opposition to US President Donald Trump who arrived in Israel on Monday for a two-day visit that will include a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem in the southern occupied West Bank on Tuesday.

 

 

Israel siphoning natural gas from Gaza says Dutch report [TRNN - 21/5/17]

 

 

Australia: So called "Closing the Gap" targets not created in consultation with indigenous groups [Nine MSN - 23/5/17]

 

It was the most successful referendum in the nation's history, but the 1967 vote was only the beginning of an unfinished journey to equality for indigenous Australians.

On May 27 that year, more than 90 per cent of Australians voted to include Aboriginal people in the Census and allow the commonwealth to create laws for them.

With the 50th anniversary of the historic vote marked on Saturday, prominent Aboriginal figure Tom Calma says the pace of indigenous advancement since then has been unacceptably slow.

The former Aboriginal social justice commissioner criticised a lack of consistent policy and funding approaches at all levels of government, which has robbed indigenous Australians of their self determination.

"We need a better vision for the future," Professor Calma said.

This year's Closing the Gap report showed only one of seven targets set down to improve Aboriginal health, education and employment outcomes is on track to be met.

Professor Calma said the targets, which expire in 2018, weren't created in consultation with indigenous groups and should include mental health and incarceration.

While Canberra has claimed the targets are largely the responsibility of the states, Professor Calma argues the federal government has a leadership role.

"They can't wash their hands of this. If all governments work together with Aboriginal people we will see a change, but whilst they unilaterally do their own thing, we won't," he said. ...

 

 

Aboriginal Law and Culture body calls for cancellation of Referendum Council meeting at Uluru [Sovereign Union - 21/5/17]:

 

... I can speak honestly and say that most Anangu all over Australia want to be First Nations Peoples governed by our own Law and culture on our lands.

If the whiteman wants to change this, then let him talk to all Anangu in their respective languages and not send his puppets in to deceive us that it is a good thing to be in the constitution.

The Tjilpis demand you take your meeting away from Uluru.

We don't want this sort of trouble in and on our sacred country. ...

 

 

A team of international archaeologists say evidence from a remote cave in Australia’s North West pushes back human occupation of Australia to around 50,000 years ago.  

The discovery, by a team that included a University of Queensland researcher, is of international significance in providing the earliest direct dates for Aboriginal use of marine resources in Australia.

Lead archaeologist Professor Peter Veth, from The University of Western Australia, said the findings provided unique evidence for the early and successful adaptation of Aboriginal people to both coastal and desert landscapes of Australia. ...  [UQ News - 19/5/17]

 

 

'Recognising' the artful con that is the constitutional reform debate, Amy McQuire [New Matilda - 12/12/14]:

 

The great academic Noam Chomsky once wrote: “The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum”.

This quote perfectly encapsulates the current debate around constitutional reform – where there is a bipartisanship backed by reams of PR spin as a “positive”, while in reality it demonstrates one of the most insidious developments in black policy today – a dangerous “Canberra consensus”, as described by Indigenous policy expert Jon Altman.

How can two white leaders agreeing on the best way to shortchange blackfellas, at the expense of Aboriginal opinion, be a good thing?

The debate around ‘Recognise’ is made worse by the fact even the Greens are snugly in the fold, leaving the opposition to a growing chorus of disenchanted and disenfranchised Aboriginal people, who are vilified for their justifiable and commendable cynicism.  ...

 

 

AIJAC congratulates Mark Leibler on his appointment as Co-Chair of the Referendum Council [Media Release - 9/12/15]

 

 

Australians should be proud of the fact that our Prime Minister and Foreign Minister have consistently supported a genuine, negotiated two-state resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

This is why Australia wisely voted against the admission of Palestine to UNESCO and why Australia should vote against Palestinian ''statehood'' if and when it comes to the United Nations General Assembly. ...
Mark Leibler [Sydney Morning Herald - 17/11/11]

 

 

Adelaide woman charged over links to Islamic State [ABC - 23/5/17]:

 

Federal and state police have charged a South Australian woman with links to the Islamic State terrorism group.

Police will allege the woman cultivated a relationship with Islamic State online and pledged her allegiance.

Police said the 22-year-old woman from Adelaide's western suburbs was arrested earlier today after a search of a property.

They said the woman was an Australian citizen of Somali origin, having arrived in Australia at the age of 14, and gained their attention when she tried to leave the country mid-last year.

If found guilty she could face a maximum of 10 years' jail.

...

South Australia's Assistant Commissioner Linda Williams said the woman was not planning an attack.

"I would like to emphasise to the South Australian community that the accused has been charged with membership of a terrorism organisation, not with specifically planning any attack," she said.

"There is no known ongoing threat to the community."

The woman appeared in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Tuesday afternoon.

Her lawyer Craig Caldicott told the court she would plead not guilty.

There was no application for bail and her identity has been suppressed.

Outside court, Mr Caldicott said he had not been given any statements or information about the alleged offending from the AFP.

"You would have thought by this stage after 10 months they would have a ream of material that they could place before the court," he said.

"But they are asking for several months to get their act together."

 

 

Japan thought crimes bill passes lower house [Japan Times - 23/5/17]:

 

... in a letter dated Thursday addressed to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Cannataci [U.N. Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy] expressed concerns over “the risks of arbitrary application of this legislation,” which he said could impinge on the right to privacy and other fundamental civil liberties.

The envisioned law’s definition of what would constitute the “planning” and “preparatory actions” remains vague, he said, and yet its coverage extends even to crimes unrelated to terrorism and organized crime.

“The allegedly expedited process used to push (the) draft law may have a detrimental impact on human rights since the fast-tracking of legislative procedures unduly limits broader public debate on this crucial matter,” Cannataci said. ...

 

 

Bomb blast at army hospital in Bangkok injures 25 [Phuket Gazette - 23/5/17]

 

 

Indonesian police have detained 141 men in a raid on what authorities described as a gay prostitution ring run from a club in the north of Jakarta, a police spokesman said on Monday.

Police spokesman Argo Yuwono said in a statement those detained had "violated pornography laws".

He said 10 suspects, including the owner of the club and several staff members, had been charged, while the others were being questioned.

Sunday night's raid came amid concerns over a backlash against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the world's largest Muslim-majority country.

Rights activists condemned the raid as a violation of privacy.

"These detentions set a bad precedent for gender and sexual minorities," Legal Aid Jakarta, a coalition of lawyers and activists, said in a statement.

The group said the men were humiliated by police and many were strip-searched, photographed and marched naked from the venue into police vehicles.

Photos were then shared on social media, the group added. ... [Reuters - 22/5/17]

 

 

‘US, EU meddle in other countries and kill people under guise of human rights concerns’ – Duterte [RT - 22/5/17]

 

 

China has developed a sophisticated counter-espionage system enabling it to deal big blows to US spying efforts on the mainland, according to observers.

The comments came after The New York Times reported on Sunday that Beijing dismantled CIA spying networks in China, with at least a dozen US sources in the country detained or killed from late 2010 to the end of 2012.

Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Monday she was not aware of the details mentioned in the report, but added that Chinese security authorities were “following their legal mandate to carry out investigations”.

“For these normal discharges of official duties by Chinese security organisations we have no comment on that,” she said. ... [South China Morning Post - 22/5/17]

 

 

Pakistan investigating social media users for anti-army posts [Reuters - 22/5/17]:

 

Pakistan has begun a crackdown on online criticism of its powerful military, with up to 200 social media accounts under investigation, a security official said on Monday.

The crackdown is being carried out by the civilian Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) after Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan directed it to take action against social media users posting anti-military material. ...

 

 

Kashmir Today [23/5/17]: 

 

Kashmir University students protesting & demanding release of Journalism student Tahir Mir who was arrested last year & slapped with PSA [Public Safesty Act]

 

Paramilitary police pours water on a local cop's bike set afire by students who were demanding release of their classmates.

 

 

Indian army major who tied man to jeep in Kashmir awarded "commendation card" [Rising Kashmir - 22/5/17]

 

 

... Deepak*, a program director in Nepal with Global Disciples, says that in the wake of the horrifying natural disaster, God has used the Church’s witness to prompt a surge of new Christian believers in the majority Hindu nation. ... [Mission Network News - 22/5/17]

 

 

Nepali "trafficking survivor" climbs Everest to convey "stay where you are and be exploited" message [Reuters - 22/5/17]

 

 

Several luxury and budget hotel chains are poised to make a foray into the Nepali market, reflecting increased investor confidence in the hospitality sector.

Multinational hospitality company Dusit International based in Bangkok, Thailand has signed a management agreement with Omstone Asia Capital Nepal to operate the Dusit Thani Himalayan Resort & Spa, the first Dusit-branded property in Nepal, the company’s website said. ... [Kathmandu Post - 20/5/17]

 

 

Nepal: Two years on, the government continues to fail marginalised earthquake survivors [Amnesty - 25/4/17]

 

 

Three Rohingya villagers beaten by Border Guard Police [The Stateless - 22/5/17]

 

 

@nslwin [21/5/17]:  #Myanmar military raids #LaungDon #ZediPyin hamlet in northern #Maungdaw. Tried to rape a 25 yo #Rohingya woman. Fortunately she was saved.

 

 

Rohingya mark second anniversary of the Wang Kelian mass grave discovery; genocide and subversion of the refugee convention continues. [New Straits Times - 21/5/17]

 

Some 300 Rohingya gathered at Kampung Kepala Bendang near here today to pay tribute to the discovery of several mass graves in Perlis, thought to contain bodies of fellow migrants.

...

Recalling the ordeal at one of the camps, one of the survivors, Aman Ullaj, 19, said some of his friends were tortured while others left to die at the camps.

"I am still haunted by the memories. I remembered being moved from one camp to another and those who were too weak would be left behind to die." he said. ...

 

 

 

Image: ‏@RohingyaVision [16/12/16]

 

 

Woodside Petroleum puts near-term focus on cash generation [Australian Financial Review - 23/5/17]:

 

Woodside Petroleum chief executive Peter Coleman has set out a fresh long-term vision for the oil and gas player, defining how the range of undeveloped oil and gas fields in its portfolio will come to the market, but pushing out any new greenfield LNG ventures for more than 10 years.

In a presentation to investors in Sydney on Tuesday, Woodside said the first "horizon", from 2017-21, would focus on cash generation from nearer- term projects such as the new Wheatstone LNG project about to start production in Western Australia and the expansion of Pluto LNG.

Also included in the initial five years is Woodside's the new African oil venture in Senegal, providing potential upside beyond a base case production increase of about 15 per cent outlined by 2020, said chief executive Peter Coleman.

The second "horizon", from 2022-26 will focus on unlocking value from ventures such as the huge Browse and Scarborough gas fields off Western Australia, and the operations in Myanmar, where Woodside has made two promising gas discoveries. ...

 

 

... “In fact it is my greatest pride and glory that I was able to give leadership to win the war”. ... Sri Lanka's Field Marshal Sarath Fonseka pledges to keep military in north-east, refutes responsibility for systemic war crimes [Tamil Guardian - 22/5/17] 

 

 

Families of the disappeared protested in Mannar during Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe’s visit on Friday. ... [Tamil Guardian - 21/5/17]

 

 

We are not protected by the Australian government who brought us here or the PNG government who have been given responsibility for our welfare.

 

Political prisoners at Australia’s illegal refugee concentration camp on Manus Island ask New Zealand for asylum [RNZI – 23/5/17]:

 

Asylum seekers detained by Australia on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island have written to the New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English to request asylum.

The men are facing deportation after being denied refugee status, but say the refugee determination process was flawed.

In the letter, the asylum seekers cite violent attacks on detainees and the detention centre, throughout their four-year imprisonment, as evidence that PNG is incapable of providing asylum.

"On February 17, 2014 there was a terrible incident in the camp where the paid guards attacked us, the inmates, and one of our members was killed, Reza Barati. Many others were injured.

"Last month, on Good Friday, 14 April 2017, PNG Navy personnel attacked us with automatic weapons shooting at the center ... Luckily none of us was killed but many people were nearly hit by bullets coming throug the walls into their rooms ... We are not protected by the Australian government who brought us here or the PNG government who have been given responsibility for our welfare."

About 200 of the roughly 900 men detained on Manus were denied refugee status, many of whom refused to engage in the determination process out of fear they would be settled in PNG.

"After the attack in 2014, many of us lost confidence in the refugee assessment process and did not continue with it. We were told that if we were assessed as refugees we would be made to stay in PNG and we are not safe here.

"Those of us who were not assessed were given a negative refugee status. Additionally many of those people who went through the assessment and who were given a negative refugee status were not given a proper opportunity to describe their situation as they were still traumatised by the attack and were afraid to tell their full stories.

"The assessments were not undertaken by an independent body such as the UNHCR, but by the PNG government and private companies. Those of us who are not refugees have returned to their home countries, but all of us who have endured this time on Manus Island are genuine refugees.

"We are not safe in PNG and are in constant fear for our lives. We are routinely attacked and robbed when we go into Lorengau town. We are not welcome in this country and have no place in it."

The men appealed to the New Zealand prime minister for clemency and for his government to restate its offer to grant sanctuary to some of the detainees, an offer which was rebuffed by Australia.

But the asylum seekers said the offer should be extended to the PNG government, who Australia admitted was responsible for the men.

"We humbly request that you revisit your offer to take asylum seekers from offshore camps and take us to New Zealand. We are confident that if you properly assess our claims for asylum you will find that we are genuine refugees.

"We urgently need to be taken from PNG and given a chance to rebuild our lives in a country that has experience in settling refugees, which PNG does not. In accordance with the UN Refugee convention of 1951, we seek asylum in New Zealand as we are in fear of our lives.

"We promise to commit ourselves to helping build New Zealand and will work towards making it one of the best countries in the world. We sincerely request that you allow us to come to New Zealand."

The gradual closure of the Manus Island detention centre was announced last week with the camp due to be shut completely by 31 October.

Men denied refugee status were advised to apply for repatriation with financial support by 31 August or face deportation by the PNG government.

Those who fail to apply could also be sent to Australia's other offshore detention centre on Nauru, where the rate of mental illness was found by the UN to be the second highest of any refugee population in the world behind Manus.

 

 

Former worker at Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island tells forum man's refugee claim rejected because he was deemed "too educated" to be a Rohingya [Brisbane Times - 9/4/16]:

 

Brisbane maths teacher Jacob Rice taught at the Manus Island immigration detention centre in 2014 when a 23-year-old Iranian man name Reza Berati was bashed to death by security guards during a riot by hunger strikers [when refugees were attacked].

One of the friends the teacher-turned-whistleblower made while working on Manus for nine months was a Rohingya maths teacher.

His friend is still in indefinite detention as his application for asylum had just been rejected on the grounds that he was educated. 

The man has told his family that they should consider him dead.

Mr Rice said the Immigration Department had rejected his friend's asylum claim because they concluded he could not be a genuine Rohingya person because members of this religious minority in Burma were not allowed to be educated.

He holds a masters degree in mathematics.

One of his daughters was studying medicine while the other had won a maths competition. ...

 

 

Asylum seeker deported from Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island fears for his life in Lebanon [Sydney Morning Herald - 22/3/17]

 

 

"If they find me, they should kill me. ..." Nepalese asylum seeker in hiding after refoulement from Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island [ABC - 3/3/17]

 

 

UNHCR nowhere to be seen or heard, even though they are reportedly on Manus Island right now.  

 

 

 

We cannot pick and choose:  New Zealand government refers refugees to UNHCR Australia - who ignored them [RNZI - 13/6/15]:

 

The Government has told 65 asylum seekers wanting to live in New Zealand to contact United Nations officials in Australia.

The people, from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar, say they were heading for New Zealand when they were shipwrecked on an Indonesian reef earlier this month.

In a letter seen by Radio New Zealand, the group made a plea to the Government for asylum, saying it is unsafe for them to return home.

A written reply from the office of the Immigration Minister, Michael Woodhouse, said while New Zealand accepted 750 refugees annually, it could not pick and choose.

It said the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Canberra was responsible for inquires dealing with New Zealand and suggested the group approach that office.  [UNHCR Canberra said nothing.]

A UN representative in Indonesia said they met with the group, 52 of whom were registered as refugees. [As far as we know, these refugees are still detained in Kupang.]

 

 

What has become of these 65 asylum seekers? [Sydney Morning Herald - 16/3/17]

 

 

"No one cares, New Zealand is not listening, and Australia too, even after the Amnesty report came out. Please help us." [Sydney Morning Herald - 17/1/16]

 

 

The unquestioning acceptance of the illogical "raise the humanitarian intake" talking point, as some kind of atrocity neutraliser, reflects the sheer insanity and degeneracy of Australia's (so called) political and human rights discourse. ---> ALP and LNP remind their moronic supporters that refugees in our region, and/or who come by boat, are not welcome in Australia [Nine MSN - 23/5/17]:

 

Federal MPs on both sides of politics have lent support to calls for a ramp-up of Australia's sponsored refugee resettlement program.

Coalition MPs Andrew Broad and Russell Broadbent along with Labor's Tim Watts are leading the push for the program to be expanded beyond its annual limit of 1000 places. ...

 

 

PNG:  1,000s of Manam people still stranded after US-Australia funded IOM forced evacuation dumps them in hostile surrounds [The National - 22/5/17]

 

 

Land titles and settlement eviction an election issue say National Capital District Regional candidates [EMTV - 22/5/17]

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [22/5/17]:  About 140 asylum seekers with negative refugee status just wrote to NZ pm for help. System is trying 2 deport by force w/out judicial review

 

 

As Australia's illegal refugee concentration camp on Manus Island is liquidated, lawyers, "advocates" and Greens slam Dutton for not implementing ALP "no advantage" policy correctly [SBS - 22/5/17]

 

 

Senate Estimates hears Australia's bipartisan anti-refugee "deterrence" policy still is still based on the banality of evil, lies and violence [ABC - 22/5/17]

 

 

Activists from the Popular Struggle Coordination Committee (PSCC) on Sunday afternoon broke into the Ofer Israeli military court in Ramallah, and sprayed logos in solidarity with the Palestinian prisoners, while raising photos of leader Marwan Barghouthi, who has been leading an open hunger strike among 1,500 Palestinian prisoners for 35 days now. ... [PNN - 21/5/17]

 

 

@carolrosenberg [21/5/17]:  Hoping someone asks the Trump folks or Israelis on this week's visit whether this Obama era deal's still viable.

 

The Obama administration has asked Israel to take and prosecute a Kenyan captive held at Guantánamo since 2007, the Miami Herald has learned.

U.S. intelligence authorities have linked Mohammed Abdul Malik Bajabu, 43, to a 2002 terror attack on an Israeli hotel in Mombasa, Kenya.

Israel is interested, according to U.S. officials aware of the offer, but is awaiting cooperation from the FBI, whose agents interviewed Abdul Malik sometime after he got to Guantánamo in March 2007. ... [Miami Herald - 8/12/16]

 

 

It was perhaps the most widely anticipated testimony in years at the U.S. prison in Guantánamo Bay Bay.

Abu Zubaydah, the first person who experienced waterboarding and other forms of torture by the CIA, was set to testify in a pretrial hearing over the treatment of a fellow detainee.

On Friday, however, lawyers representing Zubaydah decided not to let him do so.

The decision came after they learned the prosecution was going to present a video their client made in October 2001, in which he vowed to fight against the United States.

Zubaydah’s lawyers say the goal was to show that their client was biased against the U.S. in hopes of discrediting him.

"The government stacked the deck,” says Mark Denbeaux, one of Zubaydah’s attorneys.

“The court gave virtual free reign to the prosecution in search of proving bias—while extremely limiting my client’s ability to respond meaningfully about his experience.”

“The video the prosecution wanted to present in court showed my client vowing to fight against anyone who invaded...[Afghanistan],” Denbeaux adds, “and to stand in solidarity with anyone who defended it. It was a battlefield response.” ... [Newsweek - 20/5/17]

 

 

Julian Assange has been vindicated because the Swedish case against him was corrupt.

The prosecutor, Marianne Ny, obstructed justice and should be prosecuted.

Her obsession with Assange not only embarrassed her colleagues and the judiciary but exposed the Swedish state's collusion with the United States in its crimes of war and "rendition".

Had Assange not sought refuge in the Ecuadorean embassy in London, he would have been on his way to the kind of American torture pit Chelsea Manning had to endure. ... [John Pilger - 20/5/17]

 

 

UN Victory in Assange Case:  Decision has big implications for refugees and whistleblowers - but was roundly dismissed by Australia's establishment "refugee advocates" and international law "experts", who ignored the majority decision and inexplicably focussed on the minority dissenting opinion [Center for Constitutional Rights - 5/2/16]

 

 

@JulianAssange [20/5/17]:  The UK government continues to be in breach of the UN's findings in Assange v Sweden & UK ...

 

 

@JulianAssange [19/5/17]:  Why I won: my statement. Read it ALL ...

 

 

Former Logan bookseller Omar Succarieh sentenced over extortion [ABC - 22/5/17]

 

 

Omar Succarieh 'threatened to break legs' of Brisbane cafe manager, extortion trial hears [ABC - 22/2/17]:

 

... In giving evidence, Mr Pippos told the court he handed over $10,000 to his former business partner before going to police.

"I was shit scared," Mr Pippos said.

"I feared for the family."

Mr Pippos denied he owed any money, but under cross examination he admitted to taking money and stock from a fruit shop he ran for his business partner — something he did not reveal in a police statement.

"So you took cash out of the till and gave it to yourself?" asked defence barrister Saul Holt QC.

"Yes, that's right," Mr Pippos responded, saying he took it in lieu of pay, but did not report it in his tax return.

Mr Pippos initially went to a friend — "the only hard nut" he knew — to help sort out the dispute before going to police.

The court was read a transcript of a conversation between that man and Succarieh in which the defendant said: "I have no intention to do anything to anyone."

Mr Holt suggested Mr Pippos had lied about Succarieh's threats to break his legs.

"It happened," Mr Pippos responded. ...

 

 

Logan bookseller and thought crime suspect jailed 4.5 years for foreign incursion [ABC - 2/11/16]:

 

... Justice Atkinson took into account the 90 days Succarieh had spent in solitary confinement.

 

 

ABC can barely contain their enthusiasm for Frank Lowy's hard right Islamophobic think tank - who prepared a report for the prosecution [2/11/16]

 

 

A Nimbin man who allegedly videoed more than 500 cannabis plants and posted it on Facebook, and has repeatedly been refused bail in the local court, is seeking to be released by the Supreme Court. ... [Tweed Shire Echo - 18/5/17]

 

 

Senior Gold Coast police officer stood down, accused of using excessive force [MYGC - 20/5/17]

 

 

A Queensland police officer has been sacked from the force for sexual harassment.

The 31-year-old male Constable was dismissed following a disciplinary hearing into allegations he sexually harassed a number of Queensland Police Service members.

The Constable, identified only as being from the South Eastern Region, was suspended from duty on Christmas Eve in 2015 and has since been the subject of a protracted disciplinary investigation. ... [MYGC - 20/5/17]

 

 

A Queensland police officer will face court next month, accused of indecently assaulting a female colleague.

The 44-year-old Constable is currently suspended and remains the subject of an internal investigation relating to the alleged assault which is said to have taken place on April 21 this year.

In a statement released on Thursday, the Queensland Police Service said the officer from the South Eastern Region had been served with a Notice to Appear and will front Brisbane Magistrates Court on June 2. ... [MYGC - 19/5/17]

 

 

Off-duty fire fighter removes gas bottle from burning van in Southport [MYGC - 20/5/17]

 

 

... Critical Care Paramedic Gary Berkowitz said the man’s right leg was crushed by a 1 tonne concrete slab which fell on his right leg. ... Man injured in serious workplace accident at Nerang [MYGC - 22/5/17]

 

 

Police will prepare a report for the Coroner following an incident at a mine outside of Broken Hill on Sunday afternoon.

According to police, a 55-year-old man was discovered unresponsive by a co-worker in an underground area of the mine at about 3.30pm.

The man was evacuated out of the mine and treated by ambulance paramedics, but died on the way to hospital.

Police said they are working with relevant parties to investigate the incident. [Safety Culture - 16/5/17]

 

 

Worker injured in Cairns blast [Safety Culture – 16/5/17]

 

 

"Do you think you were acting like God?" Asks an Australian Greens politician of a specialist's expert medical discretion [ABC - 1/11/16]:

 

... Dr Grygiel, giving evidence at a NSW parliamentary inquiry, said he decided on a level of chemotherapy dosage 12 years before guidelines were introduced in 2006.

He said he had not changed because there was no evidence that there was more effective treatment.

"You have to realise that maybe I'm not the only person who uses those sort of doses," he said.

...

Dr Grygiel told the inquiry his superiors knew he used lower doses of chemotherapy as far back as 2006.

He said he explained to all patients that he used lower doses than listed in 2006 guidelines and that he had a discussion with his boss about it.

"There was never any indication from my boss, Dr Dalley, that I should adopt the guidelines that had just been promulgated," he said.

"And the basis of that was that there was an agreement that there was no correct dose."

He told the inquiry he stood by his practice of giving low doses.

"I don't believe that any patient has not had the benefit ... the total benefit of the drug," he said. ...

 

 

What’s the protocol for chemotherapy and are low doses less effective? [The Conversation - 4/8/16]

 

 

Toddler killed by family car during roadside toilet break near Port Pirie [ABC - 21/5/17]

 

 

A woman has been taken to hospital following an early morning crash on the Gold Coast.

The accident occurred on the Gold Coast Highway at Burleigh Heads.

It’s understood two cars collided just before 5.00am. ... [MYGC - 22/5/17]

 

 

Car smashes into Southport Park shop [MYGC - 20/5/17]

 

 

A truck crash has closed part of the Pacific Motorway on the Gold Coast.

It’s understood two trucks collided in the northbound lanes of the M1 at Currumbin, near Exit 93, just after 4pm. ... [MYGC - 19/5/17]

 

 

A young boy is recovering in hospital after being hit by a car at Helensvale.

The child was struck on Discovery Drive, near where it meets Kingaroy Avenue just after 3pm. ... [MYGC - 18/5/17]

 

 

Motorcyclist seriously injured after crashing into tree at Robina [MYGC - 18/5/17]

 

 

Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest lectures region on slavery and human trafficking - crimes his government stands accused of in its anti-refugee fanaticism [Frontier Myanmar - 17/5/16]:

 

... Mr Andrew Forrest, chairman and founder of Walk Free Foundation, said eradicating slavery was a moral, political, logical and economical decision for governments.

“I believe in the critical role of leaders in government, business and civil society. Through our responsible use of power, strength of conviction, determination and collective will, we all can lead the world to end slavery,” he said.

 

 

ALP takes Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest's income managment plan (and racist dogwhistling about foetal alcohol syndrome) seriously [NIRS - 1/8/14]:

 

The Federal Shadow Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Shayne Neumann, says Labor will carefully consider the recommendations of a report into Indigenous employment, released today.

The report by mining boss Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest recommends measures such as a nation-wide roll-out of income management and tying remote parents' welfare payments to their kids' school attendance.

Mr Neumann has acknowledged the work Andrew Forrest has put into the report and his interest in reducing the gap in Indigenous employment.

 

 

A public appeal for the family of slain Brisbane bus driver Manmeet Alisher has raised more than $127,000 for his grieving relatives in India.

Mr Alisher, also known as Manmeet Sharma, was burned to death in an attack on his bus as he stopped to pick up passengers at Moorooka in Brisbane's south last October. ... [Nine MSN - 22/5/17]

 

 

Klaus Neubert sentenced to 25 years' jail for murder of estranged wife Olga in Hobart traffic [ABC - 22/5/17]

 

 

A man has pleaded not guilty to breaching an apprehended violence order (AVO) following the death of his girlfriend in western Sydney yesterday.

Max Spencer, 21, chose not to appear at Penrith Local Court and was represented on behalf of his lawyer.

His 21-year-old partner, and mother of two, Hayley Mcclenahan-Ernst was found dead at a home in Kingswood early Sunday morning.

Spencer was formally refused bail. ... [ABC - 22/5/17]

 

 

Woman's body found at popular Blue Mountains campsite [Sydney Morning Herald - 21/5/17]

 

 

International student found unconscious in Perth apartment block stairwell [ABC - 21/5/17]

 

 

A man steered his car onto a sidewalk running through the heart of Times Square and mowed down pedestrians for three blocks Thursday, killing a teenager, then emerged from his wrecked vehicle wild-eyed and waving his arms before he was subdued by police and bystanders.

The driver, a 26-year-old U.S. Navy veteran, told officers he was hearing voices and expected to die, two law enforcement officials said. ... [Navy Times - 18/5/17]

 

 

Cholera outbreak claims 315 lives in Yemen [Al Jazeera - 21/5/17]

 

 

At least six civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out two separate airstrikes on Yemen's western-central province of Sana'a and the southwestern province of Ta'izz.

Local sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said two people lost their lives and four others sustained injuries on Saturday when Saudi fighter jets bombarded a residential neighborhood in the village of Bayt Baws, Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite television network reported.

Later in the day, a Saudi combat drone fired missiles into al-Barh market in the Maqbanah district of Ta’izz Province, situated 260 kilometers south of the capital, Sana’a, leaving four civilians dead and two others injured.

A child was reportedly among those killed in the aerial assault. ... [Press TV - 20/5/17]

 

 

Murderous cunts --->  GE announces $15 billion of business deals with Saudi Arabia [Reuters - 20/5/17]

 

 

Taliban fighters launched a three-pronged attack on parts of the central-eastern Afghan city of Ghazni overnight, driving a Humvee packed with explosives into the entrance of a district governor's compound during the assault, police said on Saturday.

The assault on Ghazni, on the highway linking the capital Kabul with the southern city of Kandahar, ramps up the Taliban's spring offensive and comes as U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis prepares to present recommendations to President Donald Trump on future troop levels in Afghanistan. ... [Reuters - 20/5/17]

 

  

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