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@BehrouzBoochani [27/7/17]:

 

Immigration officers came to Foxtrot compound again today. They're threatening people to leave detention centre & move to East Lorengau camp

 

Water in Foxtrot is now cut & they will cut the power soon. Immigration officers & security are threatening people to leave detention now.

 

Pro boat turnback refugee concentration camp profiteers Save the Children suddenly concerned about families being separated [presumably single people can fuck off and die]. ---> Forget who said what, families belong together: Save the Children [27/717] <--- No. We will NEVER FORGET the crucial role Save the Children played in legitimising Australia's barbaric anti-refugee "deterrence" policy.

 

Save The Children not saving anyone [Green Left Weekly – 10/9/16]

 

... As NGOs have taken on major government contracts for refugee and asylum-seeker services, such as the $19m contract Save the Children currently holds with the detention facilities on Nauru, these organisations have become structurally invested in maintaining government control over asylum seekers. ... All aboard the bipartisan ship [Overland - 11/8/15]

 

Women and children, including unaccompanied minors, will be among those sent to Nauru and Manus Island for processing under a hardline approach aimed at sending a message to people smugglers that there will be no exemptions.

With the first batch of about 40 asylum seekers to be flown this week to Nauru, where a temporary tent city has been erected, the Immigration Minister, Chris Bowen [PROTECT], said he would not be issuing any blanket exemptions to people sent offshore because these would be exploited by the people smugglers. ... [Sydney Morning Herald - 12/9/12]

 

And still NOT ONE Australian religious leader, politician, international law expert, professional association, human rights organisation, "advocate" or media personality makes a COHERENT DEMAND of the Australian government AND opposition to PROTECT the men, women and children imprisoned on Manus and Nauru, END "deterrence" policy, and resume meeting our obligations under the Refugee Convention.

FRAUDS.

 

 

Decontextualized "good" refugee narratives at this dire stage are nothing but propaganda for concentration camps and boat turnbacks. 

Blood on your hands ABC --->  More "exclusive" PR featuring "good" Syrians in another despicable effort to justify "deterrence" policy and Australia's ongoing atrocities [27/7/17]

 

'STOP SEPARATING FAMILIES'

Political prisoners of the Australian government and opposition protest on Nauru - FEBRUARY 2017

Where were you UNHCR?

FILTHY LIARS.  

 

 

Day 17 of peaceful protest Nauru ...  ‏@elahe_zivardar [21/2/17]  

 

 

UNHCR are liars. They should be held to account for providing cover for Australia's July 2013 anti-refugee policy experiment ---> Nowhere in this statement do UNHCR mention a government undertaking or guarantee regarding family ties [Media Release - 13/11/16]

 

 

While "experts", professional "advocates" and the human rights establishment embraced the shadowy Canberra branch of the UNHCR, and its dodgy, anti-refugee Global Compact/New York Declaration at February's "Refugee Alternatives" conference, refoulement of men from Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island passed without comment.

 

 

Thomas Albrecht #UNHCR Australia highlights the critcal & profound committments made in the #NYdeclation #refugeealternatives @IDCAsiaPacific [21/2/17]

 

 

UNHCR endorse Australia's proposal to traffick and exile refugees to Malaysia for slavery [ABC - 22/11/16]:

 

... MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: So a regional solution. One of the countries the Government is in talks with currently is Malaysia. Malaysia hasn't signed the UN Convention on Refugees. Would you be comfortable with any deal involving that country?

VOLKER TURK [UNHCR]: Well, Malaysia has had a tradition of hosting refugees.

It's true they haven't signed the convention, but there are a lot of opportunities, especially when it comes to access to the labour market, to ensure that one could negotiate a certain standard of treatment for people.

Obviously I am not privy to these negotiations. I've heard about it in the press.

There was a deal that was struck a couple of years ago and we thought that the deal was workable at the time. ...

 

 

UNHCR pressures refugee transit countries like Malaysia to fulfil the obligations of signatory countries like Australia [Media Release - 13/6/17]

 

 

Over 100 have died in Malaysian immigration detention centres in the last 2 years. More than half were from Myanmar. [Reuters - 30/3/17]

 

 

... He [Australia's Ambassador for People Smuggling and Human Trafficking, Andrew Goledzinowski] said the UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, wanted Australia to take the most vulnerable refugees, who were generally not the ones who paid people smugglers to get them to Indonesia or Malaysia.

"We would rather take people who arrive by airplane and arrive safely than have them come by people smugglers." ... [Stuff.co.nz - 6/7/17]

 

 

The UN Bali Process puts a respectable veneer on the region's ongoing pushbacks, indefinite detention, refoulement and genocide of refugees ---> UNHCR calls on Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia to sign refugee convention, while turning a blind eye to Australia's human rights atrocities [23/3/16]

 

 

UNHCR plays along with Australia's lies about releasing refugees on Nauru in lead up to the High Court challenge [5/10/15]

 

 

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

 

 

Australia stopped accepting refugees from Indonesia - with UNHCR approval (and a silently complicit human rights establishment and crossbench) - in July 2014 [SBS -  18/11/14]:

 

... The UNHCR's Canberra office also refused interview requests. ...

 

 

 "UN UN! SHAME ON YOU! SHAME ON YOU!"   Political prisoners of the government and opposition protest complicity of the UNHCR in Australia's anti-refugee policy [Nauru - May 2016]

 

 

"I am not a criminal, I am a refugee, do you understand what that is?"

 

Loghman Sawari - who attempted an escape from Australia/PNG illegal anti-refugee regime [ABC - 8/2/17]

 

 

It's quite the story -> REFUGEE ESCAPES TO FIJI FROM AUSTRALIA'S SHAM "RESETTLEMENT" IN PNG, BUT WAS DEPORTED, JAILED AND SUBSEQUENTLY ABANDONED BY PARTISAN MEDIA HACKS AND HUMAN RIGHTS LUVVIES  ---> The Iranian refugee who fled Australia’s offshore detention camp and travelled to Fiji on January 20 this year using a false passport appeared for another hearing this morning at the Waigani Committal Court where he pleaded not guilty to the two charges.

Loghman Sawari, 20  is being charged for false representation and  obtaining a fraudulent passport when he took the flight to Fiji.

He was arrested and brought back to the country to face two charges.

This morning Magistrate Mekeo Gauli read out his charges and he pleaded not guilty to the charges.

Loghman’s counsel requested that the Prosecutor provide the counsel the record of interview.

The court has asked that the record of interview will be handed over by Friday to give time for Loghman’s lawyer to go through.

The hearing returns on July 3, 2017 where the State Prosecutor will call up three witnesses. [Post-Courier - 19/6/17]

 

 

Loghman Sawari is now stateless thanks to the UNHCR [ABC- 23/2/17]

 

 

Someone is lying [RNZI - 13/2/17]:

 

The Fiji Government forcibly deported Loghman Sawari back to PNG earlier this month after he fled the country on a false passport.

In a statement, Fiji's Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said he had been advised by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees over the deportation.

However, a spokesperson for the UNHCR, Catherine Stubberfield, said the agency was very worried by Fiji's deportation of Mr Sawari.

"We had sought assurances from the Government of Fiji that he would have access to the country's national asylum procedures, which are in place and functioning, and we've very concerned for his welfare now that he has been returned - against that advice."

 

 

31 January: UNHCR refuse to comment on Loghman Sawari case [Fiji Times]:

 

... When contacted, the United Nations refugee agency regional Representation in Canberra external relations officer, Catherine Stubberfield, said the agency could not comment on individual cases of people of concern for the individuals' protection. ...

 

 

 

Artwork of 29-year-old Iranian refugee J.Luan on display at Bega Valley Regional Gallery [Bega District News]

 

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [26/7/17]:

 

Immigration just treatened people in Foxtrot compound to cut power and water to force them to leave the detention. Pressure is increasing  [Australia's illegal refugee concentration camp on Manus Island]

 

Immigration with few police are in Foxtrot and threatening the refugees to leave the centre

 

Police left the detention. They will cut the power and water soon.The refugees are determined to resist  

 

 

Gillian "rights based deterrence" Triggs is no friend to refugees.

 

 

Political prisoners of the Australian government and opposition protest on Nauru, March 2015

 

 

Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights - Migration Legislation Amendment (Regional Processing and Other Measures) Act 2012 and related bills and instruments [Hansard - 19/12/12]:

 

... Senator WRIGHT: I was not able to be at the hearing on Monday, and I have not had a chance to read the transcript, but I understand that Ms Crock said on Monday that you had been refused permission to visit Nauru and Manus Island centres. I am not sure whether that is accurate or not, because I am relying on something someone mentioned. I had understood that you had been to Nauru. Perhaps you could explain that.

 

Prof. Triggs : I am very grateful for your question, because I would very much like to set the record straight. I will begin right at the beginning and say that Minister Bowen has written to me personally to say that he would facilitate my visit to Nauru, and his officials would assist in managing that. I have equally discussed this with the Attorney, and she has very courteously recognised the independent status of the commission and my role and has been very clear with me on at least two occasions that the decision to go to Nauru will be my decision.

However—and this is why I particularly appreciate the opportunity to answer this question for the record, because so many people are asking me the question—I have not been to Nauru, and I am at the moment determining for myself in the next two or three weeks whether I will go.

The reason that I have not gone sooner is that there is a legal problem, and that legal problem is one that you have been considering in your deliberations, at least on Monday.

That is that there may not be a jurisdiction for the commission in a foreign sovereign state.

This goes to the question of extraterritorial jurisdiction.

My own view, as an international lawyer—and the view of the team of lawyers at the Australian Human Rights Commission—is that Australia is internationally responsible for the activities in relation to these asylum seekers on Nauru and Manus Island and that these are acts for, and on behalf of, the Commonwealth and we therefore have jurisdiction.

There is ample international jurisprudence from the International Court of Justice, the Human Rights Committee itself, the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights to say that, where there is 'effective control', then responsibility continues to flow. That is my view and the view of the commission, but it is not—or may not be—the view of the Attorney-General's Department, and the departmental officials.

What we have agreed to do is that jointly we are seeking legal opinion, which we hope to have by the end of January. I have undertaken that, on the basis that we will have a fair and non-adversarial opinion on that question of extraterritoriality, I will accept that opinion and will then, on the basis of that view, either go or not go.

 I am sorry if this is a rather long answer to your question, but the final point I want to make goes to the question of ethics really, for me and the commission. As you may know, we have already had a significant number of complaints through my complaint function at the commission, from people on Nauru. If I were to go to Nauru, I would almost certainly generate hundreds more.

It would be quite unethical of me, I think, to raise their expectations that I could in any way assist them in their concerns and achieve their legal rights if I were to come back to Australia and say: 'We've now looked at this more closely. A court has made a final determination. I do not have the power to consider these complaints, and they will all have to be terminated.' I think it is far better for me to sort this out now in January, with an objective and scholarly opinion, hopefully, on this very difficult question, both of statutory interpretation and of international law, to see how in fact we progress this. ...

 

 

DAY 9 refugee protests, Nauru - 27 March 2016:  Human Rights! Human Rights! Where are you? Where are you!

 

 

Australia's human rights establishment and refugee "advocates" were more interested in condemning Abbott's attack on the UN, than condemning the actual torture and demanding that it - and the policy - stop. ---> UN Special Rapporteur finds Australia's treatment of asylum seekers violates convention against torture [March 2015]

 

 

@AssangeFreedom [4/6/16]:  Letter exposes Head of Australian #HumanRights Commission, Gillian Triggs, treachery re Julian Assange ...

 

... The letter further states that the Assange case is outside the Australian Human Rights Commission's jurisdiction, even though their own motto (as shown in the letter) is "Human rights: everyone, everywhere, everyday."

...

When fellow journalist Peter Greste was awarded the Australian Medal For Human Rights in 2015, Gillian Triggs praised him at the ceremony, which took place one day after the letter above was sent.

If that's not "outside her jurisdiction", then why is Assange? ...

 

 

‏@JulianAssange [25/7/17]: Amazing case at Inter-American Court may redefine refugee law (from min 46) ...

 

 

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

 

 

LNP and ALP policy is to let these people die. Anyone obscuring the glaring reality at this dire stage is complicit. [Refugee Action Coalition, Sydney - 24/7/17]

 

 

UNHCR should be held to account for trying to walk away from its endorsement of the bogus US-Australia refugee "deal" it also claimed to know nothing about [Media Release - 13/11/16]:

 

... It is on this basis that UNHCR will endorse referrals made from Australia to the United States, on a one-off, good offices, humanitarian basis, in light of the acute humanitarian situation.

The full details of the agreement are not yet known, and UNHCR is not a party to it.  ...

 

 

@Aussies4Refugees [25/7/17]: Unless you have actually seen details of the bogus US-Aus refugee 'deal', you are lying. ... <--- Reuters and Crikey help former US State Deptartment official Anne Richard perpetuate the myth of a US-Australia refugee "deal".

 

 

A secret "deal" is no deal. 

There is only indefinite detention, deportation, exile, death and lies.THAT is the policy. ---> ... "It's not designed as a processing facility, it's designed as an experiment in the active creation of horror to deter people from trying in the first place." ... I was told to lie: Manus Island staffer [SBS - 25/2/14]

 

 

... When asked by Greens senator Nick McKim whether the US could resettle no-one and still claim it had complied with the agreement, Mr Goledzinowski [Australia's People Smuggling Ambassador] responded "technically, I think that's the case". ... [ABC - 15/3/17]

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [6/3/17]:  Outsourced US Homeland Security summer vacation clerks inspect and interrogate illegally held prisoners on #Manus as part of ongoing fictional Obama-Australia "deal" sideshow

 

 

... “When refugees asked RSC (Resettlement Support Centre) company officers, they don’t give them any useful information. 

“There is no assurance that they will reunite with their families and it’s very worrying .” [The National - 2/3/17]

 

 

"They killed Reza Barati, Hamid Kehazaei, Faysal Ishak and they are trying to kill us":  Australia's political prisoners on Manus Island say "US deal" fake news [RNZI - 24/1/17]

 

 

Australia's refugee concentration camps on Nauru and Manus Island were reopened by the ALP under the watchful guidance of the United States (i.e. Hillary Clinton's State Department) [Buzzfeed - 4/6/16]:

 

Star Labor candidate Peter Khalil has confirmed he acted as a protected source for the US government, feeding them information about Labor’s asylum seeker policy.

Khalil served as a foreign policy adviser to former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd back in 2007 and was also Director of National Security Policy for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq from 2003-04.  ...

 

 

 

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