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Pelosi: ‘We must fight even harder against Trump's authoritarian impulses now that we've voted to enable them’ [The Onion - 18/1/18]

 

 

As President Trump throws an immigration deal into limbo, federal agents are ramping up deportation efforts coast to coast.

We are joined by prominent activist Maru Mora Villalpando of Seattle, who is being targeted for deportation; and by independent journalist Renee Feltz, who has been covering the deportation efforts against Ravi Ragbir and Jean Montrevil ... [TRNN - 17/1/18]  

 

 

Obama created a deportation machine. Now it's Trump's [Guardian - 21/11/16]

 

 

Haitians will no longer be eligible for U.S. visas given to low-skilled workers, the Trump administration said on Wednesday, bringing an end to a small-scale effort to employ Haitians in the United States after a catastrophic 2010 earthquake.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the change less than a week after President Donald Trump reportedly questioned in an Oval Office meeting why the United States would want to take in immigrants from Haiti and African nations, referring to them as “shithole” countries.

Trump has denied using that word. Sponsored DHS said in a regulatory filing that it was removing Haiti from lists of more than 80 countries whose citizens can be granted H-2A and H-2B visas, given to seasonal workers in agriculture and other industries.

It cited what it said were “high levels of fraud and abuse” by Haitians with the visas, and a “high rate of overstaying the terms” of their visas.

A DHS report published last year stated that Haitians on a variety of non-immigrant visas, including H-2As and H-2Bs, had a roughly 40 percent visa overstay rate in the 2016 fiscal year.

Belize and Samoa were also removed from the lists, for risks stemming from human trafficking and not taking back nationals ordered removed from the United States, respectively.

Just a few dozen Haitians entered the United States on the visas each year since they were given permission to do so in 2012 by the Obama administration, according to DHS data. Sixty-five Haitians entered the United States on H-2A visas, given for agricultural work, in the 2016 fiscal year, according to DHS data, and 54 Haitians were granted H-2A visas by the State Department between March and November 2017.

The number of Haitians entering in 2016 on H-2B visas, which are for non-agricultural seasonal work, was more than zero but too low to report, according to DHS. ... [Reuters - 18/1/18]

 

 

UN mission helped plan Haitian raid that ended in civilian massacre [TRNN - 16/1/18]:

 

... JAKE JOHNSTON: Yeah. That's the question. Really, you have to go back a number of years from when this UN mission started, which took place in 2004 following a coup d'etat.

Thousands of UN troops were sent to Haiti ostensibly to provide stability and increase capacities for the Haitian police. Now, I think now, sort of looking back, the most obvious question is: stability for whom? Was it for the residents of these poor neighborhoods or for transnational capital and for the elite of Haiti?

What we have seen from Wikileaks cables is that the U.S. viewed this mission, this UN mission, as sort of a means to help manage Haiti, and a way to push back on these populous forces that had been empowered in Haiti and were overthrown in the 2004 coup. So after the fall of the Duvalier dictatorship, there had been a string of left leaders that had been elected in every election.

Now, since MINUSTAH has come across, we've seen a drastic change in the democracy in Haiti, once in which participation of Haitians has actually declined in each election and sort of begging the question here of, again, who has benefited from the billions of dollars, really, that have been spent ostensibly on security and stability?

Now, that mission after the election last year in 2016, the international community determined that Haiti had achieved this stability with that election and decided to withdraw the thousands of troops that had been stationed in Haiti. They were replaced by about 1600 police officers and a new mission took place called MINUJUSTH, which was focused ostensibly on justice while still providing that support to the police.

So you have troops currently, or police officers, from a number of countries across the world, and again this is ostensibly a mission now focused on justice, on holding these actors accountable and getting to some of these root causes of impunity and a lack of accountability that has allowed these sorts of events to take place in the past. ...

 

 

US Border Patrol systematically destroyed water supplies left for migrants in desert, report says [Intercept - 18/1/18]:

 

... “It is not our claim that the U.S. Border Patrol is exclusively responsible for the vandalism of water supplies,” the report states.

“However … given the scope of destruction, we conclude that the only actors with a sufficiently large and consistent presence across a sufficiently wide area of the desert, during periods when hunting is both authorized and prohibited, are agents of the U.S. Border Patrol.” ...

 

 

"To destroy water in the desert is one of the most vicious things you could do.":  All death and no returns = "Successful" US border policy [VIDEO - The Empire's Border Part I - teleSUR - 31/1/16]:

 

Along the southern border of the United States is a graveyard, where hundreds upon hundreds of human remains are waiting to be found in the sand.

They are teenagers, mothers and spouses walking the only path available to them—away from poverty and violence: towards their families, the only place safer and easier to eat.

In Part 1 of this two-part series, Abby Martin reveals a catastrophe at the Empire's gates; not only a shockingly high body count, but a humanitarian crisis manufactured by the U.S. government.

Sinister tactics, a for-profit prison pipeline, and a court system that looks more like a slave auction than a trial await those who survive.  ...

 

 

Immigration detention deaths reach the highest total since 2009 [Houston Chronicle - 12/1/18]:

 

... Around the country, 12 immigrants died in detention in the 2017 fiscal year, according to Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the most since fiscal year 2009.

Ten immigration detainees perished in government custody the year before.

Nationwide, more than 30,000 immigrants are held at any one time in ICE detention facilities. The number of deaths in 2017 has alarmed immigration activists, who have long accused immigration officials and detention center operators of providing delayed or substandard medical care and ignoring complaints of illness.

"Simply put, detention and deportation are a deadly business," said Bob Libal, executive director of Grassroots Leadership. Libal, whose group monitors civil rights conditions, said the "high-profile failings of the detention system in Texas" make him worried about plans to further increase the number of detainees held at privately owned facilities here.

A 1000-bed for-profit detention center is planned to open in 2018 in Conroe, already home to another detention facility.

...

Last year, the human rights group Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC) and Human Rights Watch filed a formal complaint and published a report documenting failures in medical care in 12 detainee deaths from late 2012 to mid-2015, citing ICE's own death investigations as well as independent medical experts who reviewed those reports. Other immigrants' rights groups previously identified another eight deaths as potentially preventable. ...

 

 

Cuban migrant granted asylum in Cayman Islands after year-long detention [Cayman Compass - 17/1/18]:

 

... The migrant arrived with a group by boat to Cayman Brac on Dec. 6, 2016.

 The group had motor problems in Little Cayman, where their vessel became trapped in the reef.

After 11 days hiding out, the migrant took a plane to Grand Cayman, where he turned himself in to immigration authorities following a short period on the streets.

“During that time, I got to know the culture and the freedom that exist on these islands, until I turned myself into immigration on Dec. 20, 2016,” he said in a hand-written letter to the Compass in March 2017.

The political refugee made headlines in July after escaping the detention center, where he was held for more than a year while his asylum case was processed.

Magistrate Valdis Foldats sentenced him to three months in Northward Prison for the incident.

At the time, the migrant called into question Cayman’s extensive detention periods for asylum seekers, which are currently nearing two years for some applicants.

In the days before his escape and seven months into his detention, he shared his frustration over the slow processing of migrant cases, telling the Compass, “I have already spoken on various occasions with immigration officials at the center that I want to present myself before the court. They haven’t given me a response.

Their excuse is that there are people that have been here for more time than me and that I have to wait.” Legal experts have questioned the legality of Cayman’s routine detention of asylum applicants, who are held in a facility by the Fairbanks women’s prison and managed by Her Majesty’s Prison Service.

While cases trickle through Cayman’s system of boards and courts, applicants are held under lock and key and are not permitted to leave the detention center without staff supervision.

HSM lawyer Alastair David, who took on the migrant’s case, said the practice appeared to clash with international law.

“In reality, none of these asylum seekers would be in detention in the U.K.,” Mr. David said.

In August, Hong Kong-based lawyer Mark Daly also cast doubt on the practice.

Mr. Daly pointed to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ guidelines that clearly establish detention to be an exceptional measure, rather than a default method, he said.

“The thrust of those is that detention is a last resort. We’ve got to get out of this idea that it’s routine to detain people. It’s a last resort. If they are going to abscond and not attend their refugee hearing somehow, if they’re a national security threat, OK. But, generally, you don’t detain,” he said. ... 

 

 

“I hate being in Brook House”, he told us, “I am frightened and anxious all the time”.

Mehdi*, an asylum-seeker from Bangladesh, does not understand why he was held in detention in the first place.

“I am being punished but I have done nothing wrong. I am not dangerous and I am always respectful to others.”

Mehdi’s only crime was to seek refuge in the UK after he was beaten and his life was threatened for membership of the opposition party.

He was locked up in Brook House, the detention centre near Gatwick Airport run by the multinational security firm G4S on behalf of the Home Office. ...‘It's like hell in here’: Asylum seekers challenge inhumane conditions in Brook House detention centre [Liberty - 17/1/18]

 

 

Informative note on Lesvos - January 2018 [Enough is Enough - 15/1/18]:

 

The period of time that followed the previous update has been tense in every sense of the word.

The expectedly increased autumn arrivals, combined with the Greek state policy of caging the migrants on the islands, have brought back to life images of living hell in the detention centres of the islands.

Local racist and fascist voices, freed from the “compassionate” gaze of summer visitors, found once more the time and place to impose on public space.

Local authorities decided to reshuffle the deck, claiming the major political benefits that they could extract from the situation.

Two new deaths were added to the already long list of deaths in the detention centres on the island.

At the same time, once more, there were some migrants who, defying threats and repression, stood tall.

...

Meanwhile, deportations continue at an increasing rate.

Deportations happen in two ways: either as purportedly “readmissions” under the EU-Turkey Agreement, where migrants are being deported to Turkey, or as deportations through the International Organization for Migration (IOM) “voluntary returns” program, where migrants are forced to sign their repatriation papers and then transferred back to their countries of origin. ...

 

 

@seawatchcrew [16/1/18]:  Am Montag Abend sind wir losgefahren und diese Nacht gab es bereits die erste Rettung. 165 Personen trieben mit ausgefallenen Motoren auf dem Mittelmeer, glücklicherweise in unsere Richtung. Sie befinden sich jetzt in Sicherheit.  

 

 

Day 169 peaceful protest. [West Haus, Manus Island]

 

 

Being a good person doesn't depend on your religion, status in life, race, skin color, political views or culture. It depends on how you treat others. Ask yourself who you are. In every situation & hard times we were keep holding up our head and dignity.‏ @Shamindan1 [18/1/18]

 

 

@sunosi3 [18/1/18]: 169 days of peaceful protest from East Lorengaa refugees transit center [Manus Island]. Humanity is not just the way of politicians talking human rights and practicing their interests but it’s about having respect,feelings,compensation and being merciful to others. #Manus #

 

 

New Zealanders on hunger strike at Villawood concentration camp: 'We want our rights back' [RNZI - 16/1/18]:

 

New Zealanders detained in Australia are on a hunger strike because of the tightening of rules in the visitors policy at Villawood detention centre.

The centre in Sydney holds many New Zealanders who are being detained while they wait to appeal visa cancellations.

Visitors to Villawood will from next Monday need to apply online, and will be asked about their criminal history.

They will also need at least two forms of identification when they visit.

The applications will take up to five business days to be processed.

One detainee, Justin, told Summer Report that people were not told of the changes until visitors arrived at the weekend.

He said they feared it would mean fewer visits and more red tape.

"We want our rights back ... we want it so we can have food brought back in, because as it was we used to be able to have meals brought in," Justin said.

"They changed it to where we're not allowed to have cooked meals and that brought in for visits anymore, it's just chips, lollies and two-minute noodles."

A spokesperson for the Australian Border Force (ABF) said the changes were communicated.

The ABF said the changes had been made because of an increase in contraband - including knives, razor blades and drugs - reaching detainees.

 Justin said detainees would be on a hunger strike until they could be assured the frequency and ease of visits by family would not be affected.

 

 

Bill "it is OUR policy" Shorten travels to New Zealand for a selfie with Jacinda Ardern, and to personally thank her for supporting the abuse of Kiwis for Serco profits, the ALP's indefinite detention, exile and refoulement of refugees, and prolonging the NZ "offer" stunt to appease his moronic true believers.

 

 

 

New Zealand Labour condemned Australia's concentration camps (particularly Christmas Island aka Kiwi Alcatraz)  before the NZ election.

Evidently they are lying sleazebags, just like their fascist counterparts across the ditch.

 

 

Guardian [25/10/17]

 

 

@aptly_engineerd [17/1/18]:  Eritrean and Sudanese asylum seekers held a mock slave auction outside the Israeli Knesset building today to protest the govt’s decision to deport 40,000 African refugees to Uganda and Rwanda, where they face trafficking to Libya and enslavement #Refugees4Sale

 

 

... Around 10 asylum seekers stood on make-shift auction blocks made of milk crates, while an auctioneer called out, “get your slaves, slaves for half price,” over a megaphone.

A single member of Knesset, Dov Khenin, came outside to support the asylum seekers, and called Israel’s refugee policy inhumane and unacceptable. ... [+972 - 17/1/18]

 

 

@davidsheen [17/1/18]:  Sorry Susan, but 6 years after the Netanyahu gov’t incited an anti-refugee pogrom in Tel Aviv, this is far too little, & much too late: “The group is also mulling… labeling Israel's leaders and ministers as racists, in a large-scale social media campaign”  

 

 

Inscribed on Wadjungah’s Israeli grave: Refugee from genocide. Threatened with deportation. Lost the will to live. [Haaretz - 17/1/18]

 

 

@PACBI [18/1/18]:  ... Palestinians urge #Bollywood to say no to Israeli apartheid ahead of "specially-choreographed event" with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in Mumbai, India. ... 

 

 

Israeli forces kill Palestinian student, former prisoner during clashes in Qalqiliya [Maan - 16/1/18]

 

 

Israeli forces detained 21 Palestinians during pre dawn raids on Tuesday across occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank, according to Palestinian and Israeli sources.

The Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said in a statement that 17 Palestinians were detained from the West Bank and East Jerusalem, while an Israeli army spokesperson told Ma’an that 11 Palestinians were detained in the West Bank alone.

PPS reported that Israeli police detained 10 Palestinians after raiding and ransacking their homes in East Jerusalem. ... [Maan - 16/1/18]

 

 

Trump administration approves $500 million military sale to Saudi Arabia [The National - 18/1/18]

 

 

Turkey said on Wednesday it would not hesitate to take action in Syria’s Afrin district and other areas unless the United States withdrew support for a Kurdish-led force there, but Washington denied such plans and said “some people misspoke”. ... [Reuters - 18/1/18]

 

 

Syrian military correspondent Walid Khalil killed while covering army operations in Harasta [SANA - 17/1/18]

 

 

Tillerson: US military presence in Syria ‘open-ended,’ will ensure regime change [Antiwar.com - 17/1/18]:

 

Pentagon officials have been indicating for quite some time that they have no intention of leaving Syria, but Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, on Wednesday, finally set out the new US policy goals aimed at justifying what he described as an “open-ended” deployment.

Instead of a “counter-terror” operation focused on ISIS, the US presence is now also intended to generally fight against Iranian influence, to facilitate refugee returns to Syria and, most scandalously, to “ensure the departure of the Assad regime.” ...

 

 

... In a special investigative report for Russia's Federal News Agency, embedded Syria correspondents Igor Petrashevich and Roman Martynovich made their way south to try to figure out what was really going on in the US-occupied area with their own eyes. ... Russian journalists blow lid off alleged US terrorist training network in Syria [Sputnik News - 15/1/18]

 

 

Twin explosions in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad have killed at least 38 people and wounded more than 100, police and medical sources said. ... [Al Jazeera - 15/1/18]

 

 

Suspected Boko Haram suicide bombers killed 12 people and injured 48 others in an attack on Wednesday on the northeastern Nigerian city of Maiduguri, officials from the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) for Borno said.

In recent weeks, Nigeria’s military has embarked on an offensive against the Islamist insurgency in the northeastern state of Borno, the epicenter for much of the conflict, which began in 2009. That has not stopped Boko Haram’s attacks, which target both civilians and the military. ... [Reuters - 18/1/18]

 

 

Britain said Wednesday that it will send three Royal Air Force helicopters to join France's military mission against Islamic militants in Africa's Sahel region as part of closer U.K.-French intelligence and military cooperation.

The two countries will promise to step up efforts against violent extremism during a Thursday meeting between British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron at the Sandhurst military academy near London.

The British government says May will announce she is sending three Chinook heavy-lift helicopters and dozens of personnel to Mali to provide logistical support for thousands of French troops fighting alongside African forces in a counterterrorism mission.

France has led efforts to fight al-Qaida and IS-linked jihadi groups in the vast Sahel region south of the Sahara desert. ... [Yahoo - 17/1/18]

 

 

At least 20 dead as clashes shut airport in Libyan capital [Reuters - 16/1/18]

 

 

@DanielEllsberg [17/1/18]:  Don’t do what I did; don’t wait until the bombs are falling or thousands have died if you have information that might avert that.  

 

 

"In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." - Martin Luther King, Jr  @JulianAssange [17/1/18]

 

 

@JulianAssange [17/1/18]:  The most serious case of recent fake news is not on Trump's #FakeNewsAwards list. NBC substantially assisted the military coup in Turkey which killed hundreds. NBC falsely reported, citing a "senior U.S. military source", that Erdoğan had fled the country.

 

 

@wikileaks [17/1/18]:  MSNBC: Trump "could have undermined the messaging so much that he could control exactly what people think, and that is our job."  -- Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC host & daughter of former U.S. National Security Advisor Zbigniewi ("Zbig") ...

 

 

@wikileaks [17/1/18]:  US GOP #FakeNewsAwards awards website copy ...

 

 

On January 16, 2018, the World Socialist Web Site hosted a discussion on Internet censorship, featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Chris Hedges and WSWS International Editorial Board Chairperson David North, moderated by WSWS reporter Andre Damon.

The webinar explored the political context of the efforts to censor the Internet and abolish net neutrality, examined the pretexts used to justify the suppression of free speech (i.e., “fake news”), and discussed political strategies to defend democratic rights.

Hedges and North also fielded questions from on-line listeners. ... [WSWS - 17/1/18]

 

 

@JulianAssange [17/1/18]:  The future of humanity is the struggle between humans that control machines and machines that control humans ...

 

 

The Philippine government has sought to shut down an independent news website, which has published critical stories about President Rodrigo Duterte, a move observers and journalists say is an attack on press freedom and democracy.

The Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced on Monday that it has revoked the registration of Rappler, citing violations of foreign ownership and control of the Manila-based news organisation. ... [Al Jazeera - 16/1/18]

 

 

Indonesian teenager sentenced to 1.5 years for insulting President and National Police Chief on Facebook [Coconuts Jakarta - 16/1/18]:

 

... It was reported that during the trial, the teenager admitted to insulting the president and police chief, but said it was due to his frustration at unsuccessful governmental policies, ranging from the problem of rising food prices to the high unemployment rate ...

 

 

Rakhine State police have confirmed that they opened fire on a crowd of protesters late last night in the ancient city of Mrauk-U in northern Rakhine State.

At least nine people were killed and 12 were severely wounded by gunfire.

The protest erupted on Tuesday over authorities’ decision to cancel a celebration of the 233rd anniversary of the Mrauk-U Kingdom, which was conquered by the Burmese in 1785.

The celebration has been held each year on Jan. 15 and 16 since 2014.

It normally features traditional wrestling matches and lectures by activists and politicians.

Some reports say the protesters were also upset about the arrest earlier that day of Rakhine nationalist writer Wai Hun Aung, who opposed the government’s plan to repatriate from Bangladesh hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who were displaced by military violence since October 2016.

The plan was announced by the government earlier than day.

Wai Hun Aung was detained under Section 505(b) of the Penal Code, which prohibits public incitement. ... [Coconuts Yangon - 17/1/18]

 

 

UN's Guterres 2018 speech, hypocrisy and dodging on Myanmar, Africa dissed, press restricted [Inner City Press - 16/1/18]

 

 

Wrongs of rights activism around Rohingyas [Prothom Alo - 15/1/18]:

 

... In these human rights games, the world’s leading Anglophone human rights NGOs, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, close ranks with their liberal regimes. 

The NGOS have long  opted for their preferred reading of human rights as the political and civil rights of the atomistic individuals. 

 This naturally makes rights campaigners and their campaign a priori vulnerable to the allegations: that these human rights promoters are nothing more than the proxies in the service of hypocritical Western powers who apply even their own preferred civil and individual rights rather selectively, depending on who they consider “their bastards”.

Intellectually, both premier organisations in the field of human rights finesse their respective “truths” about Myanmar genocide.

Both have previously failed victims of past genocides, for instance, in Rwanda and Sudan. 

They are now failing Rohingyas in terms of naming Myanmar’s systematic persecution when they stay safe within the discursive parameters which senior UN officials such as Secretary General António Guterres have set.

As my Tutsi-Hutu mix Rwanda activist brother Renee C Mugenzi bitterly tweeted, “the longer UN delays calling Myanmar genocide a genocide, the more Rohingyas will die.”  

UN too has blood on its hands in this genocide, just as its hand was stained with Rwandans’ blood merely 20 years ago. ...

 

 

@nslwin [15/1/18]: 9,400 #Rohingyas from Shap Marar Jhiri and Boro Shon Khola areas of Naikkhanchari in Bandarban district will be assisted in moving to Kutapalong refugee camp over the next few weeks.

 

 

@nslwin [15/1/18]:  Concentration camps in #Maungdaw are ready for #Rohingya returnees from #Bangladesh. No one should go back.

 

 

@nslwin [15/1/18]:  A big trap for #Rohingya returnees. The refugees in #Sittwe are in the concentration camps since 2012 June. Although #Myanmar says it is temporary no one should believe this.

 

 

A Tamil woman, who was arrested and remanded in custody for 14 years over her alleged involvement in a LTTE bomb attack on Kollupitiya police station, was sentenced today for two years imprisonment suspended for 15 years. ... [Tamil Guardian - 16/1/18]

 

 

Over 40,000 people in the North-East displaced by the armed conflict remain displaced over eight years on, Journalists for Democracy in Sri Lanka reported on Tuesday. 

"During its three year period in office the government has resettled only 3,996 people," JDS noted.  ... [Tamil Guardian - 16/1/18]

 

 

Residents of a Mullaitivu village observed Thai Pongal at the site of their almost year-long protest for the return of their lands from the Sri Lankan Army. ... [Tamil Guardian - 14/1/18]

 

 

Families of the disappeared continue protest in Vavuniya 324 days on [Tamil Guardian - 14/1/18]

 

 

 

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30 December 2016

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30 November 2016

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31 October 2016

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30 September 2016

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