SPRING HILL VOICE

 

Hey brother will the stars come out tonight?

Hey sister will the stars come out tonight?

 

I think about it all the time

Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide

In the morning light ...

 

'Morning Light', Shining Bird [2017]

 

 

@9NewsGoldCoast [25/4/17]:  The sun greeted thousands of Gold Coasters at Elephant Rock this morning. #AnzacDay ...

 

 

One last dawn service for ANZAC veteran [RNZI - 25/4/17]

 

 

Teach your children there is no glory or no heroes in war ...  @mcintinhos [25/4/17]

 

 

Palestinian leaders said on Tuesday that Britain had rejected their request for an apology for a 1917 declaration that helped pave the way to the state of Israel, and they would pursue international court action unless London backtracked.

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Palestinians have long condemned the document as a promise by Britain to hand over land that it did not own. ... [Jerusalem Post - 25/4/17] 

 

 

 

Marching for the #FrontierWars #anzacday @glentodd [25/4/17]

 

 

Stop killing dingos and put a memorial on Indian Head or it looks like you're up to no good you cynical, racist bastards.  ---> A renaming of the Fraser Island section of the Great Sandy National Park will recognise the Butchulla People, National Parks Minister Steven Miles said today.  ... [Queensland Government Media Release - 24/4/17]

 

 

Palm Island girl had gun pointed at head [Brisbane Times - 23/9/15]

 

 

Why we need to start remembering the Frontier Wars [SBS - 20/4/17]:

 

... Putting aside the loss of lives on both sides (numbering in the tens if not hundreds of thousands), the destruction of the invaders’ property was significant.

However, what was at stake for our people was infinitely greater. It was the control of our ancient homelands.

What the invaders sought out to achieve was one of the greatest appropriations of land in world history.

Eventually, our resistance fighters were subdued. Afterwards, our people were often treated worse than captured combatants, being subject to routine brutality with bashings, floggings, rape and indentured labour.

Then the reserve system was implemented, becoming an institution akin to open air prisons for a defeated enemy.

Nevertheless, a powerful theme is that our people did not acquiesce to the invasion, and never accepted the idea that the land ceased to be ours.

Our fighters mounted attacks on homesteads, dispersed and killed stock, used fire to push back intruders, and forced many pastoralists off their stations.

Deep knowledge of the terrain was often utilised to our advantage in defending territory.

Our warriors often addressed the invaders, stating that the land belonged to us, accompanied with demands that they leave our country.

These types of complaints and demands continued through the reserve days, and, in various forms, continue through to this very day. ...

 

 

Lest we forget: The Coniston Massacre [On Line Opinion - 11/11/10]:

 

... Gallipoli is seared on our psyche and part of our national brand and we like to think of our Gallipoli veterans as national heroes but the little-known reality is that one veteran, Murray, returned and used the techniques he’d learned with the Light Horse brigade against the first Australians. ...

 

 

@mcintinhos [25/5/16]:  Anzacs murdering, in cold-blood, villagers in Surafend in 1918: the first hand account from trooper Harold O’Brien

 

 

...  Then, one day last year while researching in the War Memorial, Daley came across a tape recording of an old Light Horseman, Ted O'Brien, who described in graphic detail how he and his comrades had "had a good issue of rum" and "done their blocks" in Surafend, and how they "went through [the village] with a bayonet."

The Bedouin, O'Brien says, were "wicked … You'd shoot them on sight." Of the massacre at Surafend, he says "it was a real bad thing … It was ungodly."

Daley says that, while "some people would no doubt define Surafend as a war crime, I haven't called it that. Technically I don't think it was covered back then by the Geneva Conventions, and it actually happened in December 1918 … after the war ended." ... [Sydney Morning Herald - 24/7/09]

 

 

A domain of personal tyranny: A real history of Rupert Murdoch, Bruce Page [Counterpunch - 15/5/09]:

 

... A true outline can be stated briskly. Rupert’s father, Sir Keith, founded the dynasty during World War I as a dirty-tricks minion for “Billy” Hughes, probably Australia’s nastiest prime minister.

His cover myth as a heroic war reporter has been so thoroughly dismantled that now it impresses none but family retainers and – of course – Mr. Wolff.

At Versailles, Keith was Billy’s ever-present aide in striving to make the Peace Conference into a vicious cock-up, rich in racist and imperialist content.

Curiously, the pair would have had zero leverage but for the failure of a plot of Keith’s, which sought in 1918 to remove Australia’s battlefield commander on the Western Front, John Monash, for being an unheroic Jew. (Monash wrote home that it was a bore having to fight a “pogrom” at the same time as fight Ludendorff.)

The overall commander, General Douglas Haig, wouldn’t play: and Monash’s divisions led the British breakthrough at Amiens which, ruining Ludendorff, put Germany – suddenly, unexpectedly– at the Allies’ mercy. ...

 

 

Istanbul law enforcement ban April 23 Armenian genocide commemoration event [Armen Press - 24/4/17]

 

 

@Lesvosolidarity [25/4/17]:  #Moria #hungerstrike: 2 people rushed off to hospital last night, one of them 16 years old. They are back in Moria, determined to continue.

 

 

Eleven Kurdish Syrians and one Arab Syrian have begun a hunger strike in Moria Refugee Camp in Lesvos, protesting the rejection of their applications on admissibility grounds.

The EU and Greek government do not deny that these and other individuals are refugees, yet they claim that Turkey is a “safe third country”, and so reject their applications as “inadmissible”.

These individuals now face deportation to Turkey, where Kurds are systematically persecuted and repressed by the Turkish regime, and refugee rights are denied. ... [Legal Centre Lesbos - 21/4/17]

 

 

A Greek court ruled on Tuesday against the extradition of three of eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece last July following a failed coup attempt against the Ankara government. ... [Ekathimerini - 25/4/17]

 

 

A migrant boat sank overnight in the eastern Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey, leaving at least 16 people dead, including two children, Greek authorities said Monday.

Two women from it were rescued and several other people are believed to be missing. ... [Ekathimerini - 24/4/17]

 

 

German fascists escape conviction after beating and tying refugee to tree [RT - 25/4/17]:

 

... The Iraqi refugee was due to testify in court as a witness but his dead body was found last week in central Saxony.

Police say the man had frozen to death in January. ...

 

 

Rather than accepting refugees from your wars, Malta proposes a price signal [Reuters - 24/4/17]

 

 

Morocco says Algeria expelled 55 Syrian refugees across border [Middle East Eye - 22/4/17]:

 

... The migrants were sent across the frontier near the desert town of Figuig, Morocco's interior ministry said in a statement Friday.

They had reached the area in several groups before being "surrounded" by the Algerian police amid searing heat in the rugged terrain, according to the Moroccan authorities. ...

 

 

MSF says Cameroon forcefully repatriating Nigerian refugees [All Africa - 22/4/17]

 

 

The contrast between what NGOs say and do in Australia, as compared to Europe, is extraordinary [The Independent - 22/4/17]:

 

... The unprecedented crisis has sparked intervention by several non-governmental organisations (NGOs), who have launched their own rescue ships equipped with medical staff and supplies to bolster efforts by the EU’s Operation Sophia.

Initially welcomed by European authorities, their growing role in the Mediterranean has been met with increasing suspicion by right-wing politicians and groups now accusing them of “colluding” with smugglers. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), whose staff work on two rescue ships, dismissed the claims as “baseless”.

Stefano Argenziano, the group’s operations manager for migration, said it rejects any accusation of cooperation with ruthless Libyan smugglers, who have turned a humanitarian crisis into a lucrative business helping fuel the country’s ongoing war.

“It’s a ludicrous accusation that’s diverting attention from the real problem,” he told The Independent.

 “The real problem is that people are dying. There’s a gap in assistance and we’re starting to wonder whether this is part of a deliberate plan to step the migration flow…a deadly deterrent.”

Mr Argenziano said interventions by EU assets, excepting the Italian coastguard, were often “very little and very late” and condemned the continent’s refusal to provide other routes to safety.

“Search and rescue is not the problem, but it is not the solution either,” he added. 

“It is a necessity to save lives unless politicians can produce a safe and legal alternative.”

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Rob MacGillivray, the director of Save the Children’s search and rescue programme, said pushing boats back to shore from international waters would be illegal.

“It’s not going to stop crossings and even if it did, all that would happen and the routes would shift to Algeria, Tunisia or Egypt for example,” he added, rejecting accusations of NGOs colluding with smugglers. ...

 

 

The booming business of Guantanamo Bay [MuckRock - 7/4/17]

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [4/4/17]:  Cuban migrants’ lighthouse landing merits US entry, Eleventh Circuit told ...  

 

 

The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating claims that the Cuban migrants who made it to a lighthouse in the Keys were mistreated as they waited for a judge to decide their fate.

Lawyers for the 24 Cubans showed a note they said came from a bottle found near American Shoal Lighthouse where the scene took place May 28th. ... [CBS - 5/7/16]

 

I think that for the first time the people working here could understand what it has been like for the refugees, LIVING IN FEAR FOR FOUR YEARS.

Manus refugee concentration camp staff traumatised by attack [RNZI - 21/4/17]

 

 

@liamfoxabc [20/3/14]:  Delta compound was the worst. Like a slum. Men crammed into rusting shipping containers. Even the view to the ocean was covered with mesh.

 

"We were surrounded by very desperate men ... some in there since last July ... some almost crying." ... "They were saying 'help me, help me' and 'give us freedom'" - ABC's Liam Fox describing his visit to Manus Island with PNG Judge Cannings, as part of his Inquiry on the Human Rights of Asylum Seekers [21/3/14]

 

 


 

UNHCR plays a crucial role helping Australia airbrush its atrocities, and perpetuate "deterrence" lie ---> Good discussions on humanitarian issues with [UN] High Commissioner [for refugees] Antonio Guterres #UNHCR Geneva. @JulieBishopMP - Australia's Foreign Minister [26/3/14]

 

 

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

 

 

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, 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]

 

 

STOP TORTURE!  FREEDOM FOREVER!  STOP STOP DIRTY POLICY!   @elahe_zivardar  - Nauru, July 2016

 

 

... DIRTY POLICY!...  

 

via @InsurrectNews [9/5/16]

 

 

Political prisoners of the Australian government and opposition protest on Nauru, August 2016

 

 

Until we stop the policy the lies will continue ---> February 2016:  Dutton LIED about self harm and Marles protected him.  <--- 21 mins in.

 

 

Marles lies about refugee concentration camps stopping death, says PNG should change their law [ABC - 28/4/16]

 

 

@RichardMarlesMP [11/3/14]:  Great to meet my old friend Rimbink Pato, PNG Minister for Foreign Affairs & Immigration in Port Moresby yesterday.

 

 

Why should any politician from the ALP or LNP be shielded from our condemnation of their responsibility for decades of human rights violations?  Especially those who have betrayed the Australian people? [ABC - 21/11/07]:

 

KEVIN RUDD:  ... The Pacific Solution is just wrong. It's a waste of taxpayers' money.

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There will be no continuation of the Pacific Solution under a Federal Labor government.  ...

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [25/4/17]:

 

The refugees in #Manus are traumatised further by minister's false claims. How can we defend ourselves when outside protection of the law?

 

The minister thinks he is above the law and can attack everyone, even the media. Only a dictator thinks like that.

 

We are calling Aust parliament & human rights orgs to fully investigate 14 April & minister's false claims. Only way to answer a dictator.

 

 

And the best Australia's human rights establishment can do is Amnesty's feeble remarks to the PNG media [PNG Loop - 17/4/17]:

 

... “More incidences like this are inevitable unless the refugees and asylum seekers are relocated to safety,” she said.

“We call for measures to ensure the immediate safety and wellbeing of all asylum seekers and refugees, including adequate medical care to those who may have suffered from damage or injury, and a prompt and independent investigation of this incident.

“Amnesty International reiterates its call on Australian authorities to immediately halt its unlawful policy of offshore processing. Those trapped on Manus Island and on Nauru must be brought to Australia, or a third country where their rights and safety can be assured.” ...

 

 

US Ambassador to PNG welcomes Marines as PNGDF goes on violent shooting rampage against imprisoned refugees [PNG Loop - 16/4/17

 

 

Exercise Koa Moana: First direct training between US Marines and PNGDF Navy [Marines.mil - 26/6/16]:

 

... The PNGDF has trained frequently with the U.S. Army, but this marks the first opportunity for them to train with the U.S. Marines directly, specifically in infantry tactics, combat lifesaving techniques, engineering capabilities and non-lethal law enforcement capabilities.

“This exercise provides a very good platform to build our relationship with the U.S. Marines,” said Diro.

“We have a long standing relationship with the U.S. military. We understand their role in the region and we share the same values of liberty, individual rights, democracy and freedom of speech.” ...

 

 

Amid his incendiary talk and all the other allegations, Manus MP Ronnie Knight makes some sensible points. Indeed. Where is the UNHCR? [The National - 27/1/17]:

 

... He is asking the governments of Australia and Papua New Guinea to take responsibility and do the right thing by engaging the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to assist with the relocation of the asylum seekers.

“We cannot leave them on Manus.

“There can be a mass disturbance or protest any time by the locals because they have grudges against the asylum seekers and Australians on Manus Island.”

Meanwhile, the asylum seekers have filed a fresh case at the Supreme Court seeking orders for their release and compensation for their illegal detention.

Their lawyer Ben Lomai told The National earlier that his clients did not want to stay on Manus Island anymore.

 

 

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