SPRING HILL VOICE

 

 

Cambridge University Press criticised in Beijing censorship row [Telegraph - 20/8/17] 

 

 

Tens of thousands protest in Hong Kong over jailing of democracy activists [Reuters - 20/8/17]

 

 

GO HOME.  ---> A search and rescue operation is under way for 10 US sailors after a US warship and an oil tanker collided off the coast of Singapore on Monday.

The guided-missile destroyer USS John S McCain collided with the merchant vessel Alnic MC at around 5.30am while the warship was heading to Singapore for a routine port call, the US navy said in a statement. ... [Channel News Asia - 21/8/17]

 

 

US, South Korea begin military drills [AP - 21/8/17]

 

 

The chief of the United States Pacific Command arrived in Seoul on Sunday to discuss North Korean threats and inspect the allies' joint military drills.

Adm. Harry Harris, commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, attended a change of command ceremony for Gen. Jeong Kyeong-doo, the new South Korean chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). ... [Yonhap - 20/8/17]

 

 

Migrant workers in South Korea staged a rally calling for the abolishment of the Employment Permit System, Sunday. ... [The Korea Herald - 21/8/17]

 

 

Wreck of USS Indianapolis that delivered vital parts for Hiroshima A-bomb found after seven-decade search [Japan Times - 20/8/17]

 

 

30 people left facing ground as Osaka's Universal Studios roller coaster stops for emergency reasons [Japan Today - 20/8/17]

 

 

Two people have been injured after a car crashed through a fence at Upper Coomera.

The accident happened just after 10.15am on Abraham Road. ... [MYGC - 21/8/17]

 

 

Man charged after allegedly trying to ram and steal an ambulance, Browns Plains [MYGC - 21/8/17]

 

 

Man in serious condition after windmill falls on him near Bundaberg [Brisbane Times - 21/8/17]

 

 

A Catholic brother who inflicted "sheer terror" on vulnerable boys at a Queensland orphanage, sexually abusing nine of them, has been jailed for his historical crimes.

"Your legacy disgusts me and every right-minded member of society," Brisbane District Court Judge William Everson told Francis Brophy on Monday.

The 87-year-old, who was found guilty by a jury of five offences and sentenced for more than 30 counts in total, sexually abused the orphans at BoysTown, near Beaudesert, between 1978 and 1983. ... [Yahoo - 21/8/17] 

 

 

A woman's body has been found in a creek west of Brisbane.

A passer-by spotted it in West Creek at Kearneys Spring in Toowoomba about 9.30am on Monday.

The Queensland Times has reported the woman who found her was on her morning walk when she discovered the female's body lying face down in the water.

She was believed to be wearing a high-vis jacket and boots.

Police are at the scene. [Yahoo - 21/8/17]

 

 

Charges could be laid after a 43-year-old man suffered "significant" injuries to his hand in an explosion at a far north Queensland property.

An exclusion zone has been in place around the Templeton St address at Gordonvale for 24 hours as explosive experts try to figure out what caused the blast. ... [Yahoo - 21/8/17]

 

 

@SamCucchiara9 [21/8/17]:  Email sent to parents at Ashmore State School after bomb & hostage threat. Many arriving to pick up their kids. ...

 

 

@9NewsGoldCoast [21/8/17]: Panic has erupted at Ashmore State School after a terrifying bomb and hostage threat....

 

 

An odd terrorism [offGuardian - 20/8/17]

 

 

@xychelsea [20/8/17]: we live in a police/military/intel state we need to dismantle it before it destroys us all ...

 

 

@JulianAssange [20/8/17]:  CJ Hopkins on last week's outbreak of Nazi hysteria ...

 

 

ICC orders former Islamist rebel to pay €2.7 million for destruction of Timbuktu holy sites [France 24 - 17/8/17] 

 

 

@PhilZimbardo [20/8/17]:  Please take a look at this powerful memoir - The Choice - by holocaust survivor and friend Edie Eger ...

 

I have no time to hate

because if I would hate,

I would still be a prisoner.

 

 

‏@BehrouzBoochani [21/8/17]: As a person who has been excluded from Australian politics I fully support marriage equality in Australia. From Manus prison camp I vote Yes

 

 

AMA promotes private health insurance as medical negligence aspect of Australia's anti-refugee "deterrence" policy continues unopposed [Guardian - 21/8/17]

 

 

ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT [Prevent Genocide International]

 

 

20day peaceful protest on #Manus ,thanks4 standing with us,we know that these shameful policies doesn't represent all Australian pple, #UN??

 

 

We are all brothers in humanity @Omarjack003 [20/8/17]

 

 

@MartinkusJohn [19/8/17]:  It is time to stop writing on twitter, in opinion pieces, in news pieces about the latest death or stabbing or abuse case and do something.

 

 

Freedom ...

 

 

Image: @SuchNigel [20/8/17]

 

 

@SuchNigel [17/8/17]:

 

Fake deal

Fake people

Fake policy

Fake country ...

 

 

@LanzPriestley [20/8/17]:

 

Brewing up the next #247StreetKitchenSafeSpace in Sydney City ...

 

So in the absence of a temporary 24-7 Kitchen site we will be doing food at Martin Pl from 6pm on next Sunday.....

 

 

UK:  Homeless charities must not collude with the Home Office [Morning Star - 16/8/17]

 

 

CEO of African Refugee Development Center compares treatment of asylum-seekers in Israel to Jews mistreated for millennia in the Diaspora [Jerusalem Post - 18/8/17]

 

 

The tide of migrants crossing into Quebec in search of asylum has grown into a rolling wave, as the federal and provincial governments face pressure to deal with thousands of newcomers who have arrived in just the past six weeks.

Newly released figures show the number of people crossing into the province has skyrocketed this summer.

The RCMP intercepted nearly 3,000 people as they walked across the border in Quebec last month.

A further 3,800 have come in the first half of August, the RCMP said.

That’s a big jump from June, when there were 781 RCMP interceptions in the province.

It’s also more than 10 times the 245 people intercepted by police there in January. ... [The Star - 17/8/17]

 

 

Ontario judge frees refugee claimant, calls detention Kafkaesque [The Globe and Mail - 14/8/17]

 

 

Without peeking, can you tell me this man’s name? [Counter Propa - 19/8/17]:

 

... Why was there so much media attention on Charlottesville prior to the murder?

Do you remember ever seeing so much media attention on a white supremacist rally?

I’ve certainly never seen the American press focus with so much gravity on a hate group’s demonstration, but it’s not like hate groups just sprung into existence when Trump was elected.

Hate incidents were happening throughout the Obama administration, from his inauguration all the way up until he left office. 

The only thing that’s different about Heather Heyer’s murder is that it fits into a narrative being fed to the public by the mass media propaganda machine. ...

 

 

@wikileaks [19/8/17]:  New classified NSA documents on #PineGap ...  

 

 

100s of former workers at US-owned miner Freeport Indonesia injured in clash with police [Reuters - 20/8/17]

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [6/7/17]:  Australian reporter Adam Harvey shot in Marawi after filing quite a comprehensive report. ...

 

 

“Two helicopters were deployed to our village. The helicopters flew over the village for over 20 minutes, firing randomly at the villagers. The first round of attack was carried out from a higher altitude, but in the second and third rounds, they flew just over the rooftops of the houses. Seven members of my brother’s family in-law were killed in the helicopter attack.” ...

 

Report of OHCHR mission to Bangladesh:  Interviews with Rohingyas fleeing from Myanmar since 9 October 2016 [3/2/17]

 

 

Will AUNG SAN SUY KYI provide a prosthetic leg? Little #Rohingya kid shot last year in #Maungdaw. Left leg amputated below knee. #Myanmar @shafiur [20/5/17]

 

 

@JamilaHanan [12/12/16]:  Look at this photo.All smiles.2nd huge attack against #Rohingya had just taken place, 12th/13th Nov driven from homes+shot with helicopter.  ---> Amb @scot_a_marciel & a delegation from Washington, D.C. met w/ senior MM gov officials in Naypyitaw for U.S.-Myanmar Partnership Meeting.  ‏@USEmbassyBurma [15/11/16]

 

 

Bangladesh pushes back boat of injured Rohingya refugees [Al Arabiya - 20/8/17]

 

 

@JulianAssange [19/8/17]:  US rejected combined North Korea, China peace offer

 

 

@PhilGoyen [17/8/17]:  @thelizhayes with Fmr. U.S Defence Secretary Leon Panetta. What he thinks Australia needs to do to protect from North Korea. @60mins Sunday. 

 

 

BBC [18/7/12]:

 

Relatives of three Americans killed in drone strikes in Yemen are suing top Pentagon and CIA officials, saying the killings were unconstitutional.

Cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan died in September. Awlaki's son Abdulrahman, 16, died in October.

Relatives accuse Defence Secretary Leon Panetta, CIA Director David Petraeus and two military commanders of approving and directing the strikes. ...

 

 

The Coming War on China [ICH/teleSUR - 3/12/16]:

 

... In October, Richard Marles, the Defence Spokesman of the main Australian opposition party, the Labor Party, demanded that “operational decisions” in provocative acts against China be left to military commanders in the South China Sea.

In other words, a decision that could mean war with a nuclear power should not be taken by an elected leader or a parliament but by an Admiral or a General.

This is the Pentagon line, a historic departure for any state calling itself a democracy.

The ascendancy of the Pentagon in Washington – which Daniel Ellsberg has called a silent coup -- is reflected in the record $5 trillion America has spent on aggressive wars since 9/11, according to a study by Brown University.

The million dead in Iraq and the flight of 12 million refugees from at least four countries are the consequence.  ...

 

 

Apartheid in the Pacific, 34 mins in --->  The Coming War on China  

 

 

Fatal traffic crash, Normanton [QPS Media - 21/8/17]

 

 

Two men have been killed in a crash at a drag-racing course in Queensland.

It's believed their car crashed into a wall at the Willowbank course in Ipswich on Saturday night.

The 32-year-old driver and his 41-year-old passenger died at the scene. [Nine MSN - 20/8/17]

 

 

A man has been arrested and a woman is in hospital after a stabbing in Ermington on Saturday night.

Emergency services were called to Trumble Avenue at around 8pm, where they located a woman, 49,  suffering a number of stab wounds.

The woman was treated by paramedics and taken to Westmead Hospital, where she remains in a stable condition.

Her injuries are not considered life threatening.

A man, 28, was arrested at the home and taken to Parramatta Police Station.

He was charged with wound with intent to murder and was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.

The incident is believed to be domestic violence related. [Parramatta Sun - 20/8/17]

 

 

The Australian government and authorities remind us what to be afraid of, and who the enemy is. ---> Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced a new national strategy to tackle the growing use of vehicles as weapons by terrorists. ... [SBS - 19/8/17]

 

 

Three men are expected to be charged with engaging in a terrorist act over an alleged arson attack on a Melbourne mosque.

Victorian police said they arrested a Meadow Heights man, 29, in relation to the 2016 incident following a vehicle stop in Roxburgh Park late Saturday night.

Police said they would allege that the 29-year-old and two other men, already in custody awaiting trial on terror related charges, "caused a serious fire at the Imam Ali Islamic Centre on 11 December 2016". ... [Huffington Post - 20/8/17]

 

 

... We should never forget that everything Adolf Hitler did in Germany was "legal" and everything the Hungarian freedom fighters did in Hungary was "illegal." ...

 

Martin Luther King Jr [Letter from a Birmingham Jail - 16 April 1963]

 

 

People who advocate turning away refugees DO NOT care about social justice. PROTEST TIM COSTELLO AND ALL HIS PHONY HUMAN RIGHTS ESTABLISHMENT CHUMS.

 

 

... The authors argue that there are ONLY two alternatives for asylum seekers who arrive in Australia by boat: either (a) The current ALP and LNP policy of forcibly turning away refugee boats by military means, mandatory indefinite offshore detention in secretive privatised out-sourced concentration camps, and an iron-fisted "never coming to Australia" rule; or (b) all of those things, except the "never coming to Australia" rule presumably (?), as well as wiping the slate clean by bringing the refugees currently in Manus and Nauru to Australia. ... [Human Rights Overboard:  A rebuttal to the latest iteration of the Brennan, Costello, Manne and Menadue "solution"]

 

 

@TaghiniaAmir [20/8/17]:  Far right in EU managed a ship to push asylum seekers back to danger! Can't anyone on this planet mange a rescue for us on Manus and Nauru?

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [20/8/17]:  When 'illegal' boat people from Australia tried to enter #Nauru [2004] ...

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [20/8/17]: When the Rainbow Warrior evacuated Rongelap ...

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [19/8/17]: 

 

As well as betraying confidences, and throwing cultural insults at anyone on #Manus who isn't white, the ABC produces another typical victim blaming attempt to delegitimise the political prisoners' right to peacefully resist their illegal imprisonment and exile, and explain to its moronic audience the necessity of 'inevitable' violence ...

 

 

THIS is Australia's anti refugee policy -->  ... “They’re trying to kill me, if they kill me take care of my son.”

These were the last words of Faysal Ishak Ahmad before his death on Christmas Eve.

The Sudanese refugee uttered these words during his last visit to his friend Walid Sandal.

This is not a scene from a tragic film or novel.

This is the reality of the prison on Manus Island, hundreds of kilometres from Australia and in the middle of a silent ocean. ... [Guardian - 30/12/16]

 

 

Medical professionals watch on and take copious notes as human beings are destroyed by Australia's anti-refugee policy ---> ... The Hamed I knew was a kind person, capable of being a creative musician and someone with the capacity to make a valuable contribution to society.

He was worthy of respect and dignity.

He didn't deserve to be neglected and abandoned the way he was. [Huffington Post - 14/8/17]

 

 

... Documents obtained by the Guardian reveal how in detention, refugees and asylum seekers are forensically monitored by staff, who report back to central databases on issues such as their appearance (“Well-groomed/dishevelled”); their manner (“Engaged with a warm manner”, “Unstable and incoherent”); and associations (“Seen talking to X and Y”).

All refugees and asylum seekers are given “risk ratings” based on their past behaviour, risk of suicide or self-harm, behaviour towards others, and history of refusing to eat or drink.

Any change in demeanour, even in something as simple as failing to say hello to a caseworker or guard, is noted and categorised.

Daily the camp “mood” is rated, and a “threat level” assessed, considering the likelihood of disturbance, violence or mass protest. ... [Guardian - 19/5/17]

 

 

#Manusprotest

 

 

Manus today @BehrouzBoochani [19/8/17]

 

 

Manus & Nauru Refugee Rescue

 

 

... Uma Thurman is an infant. Princess Diana is a shy girl in boarding school; she will not survive the century. Tupac Shakur is born but he will not survive it.  Jim Morrison dies in a bathtub in Paris—no one here gets out alive. The south tower of the World Trade Center is topped out  at 1368 feet, officially the tallest building in the world.  In Kafr el-Sheik, Mohammed Atta is three years old.  Coco Chanel dies. Reinhold Niebuhr, Igor Stravinsky and Louis Armstrong die. Lance Armstrong is born. The future is being assembled in the expanding neural webs  of six-year-olds, in the atoms of the yet-to-be-incarnated  beings we imagine as holographic ghosts sitting awkwardly in the waiting room of the future. ... The Ticking Clock (1971) by Campbell McGrath [The American Poetry Review]

 

 

Pakistani captive at Guantanamo turns 70, plans to write old neighbour Trump [Miami Herald - 17/8/17]:

 

... Thursday, in released remarks, Paracha lamented his continued detention, saying his health is deteriorating and he suffers constant chest pain.

Paracha has a heart condition, which prison doctors sought to treat in 2006 by airlifting a mobile catheterization lab to the base.

He spurned the procedure, saying he wanted a second opinion on the safety of such expeditionary treatment, adding in a statement through his attorneys that he was unwilling to be a “guinea pig.”

In his statement, Paracha offered a list of his old-age problems for which Navy doctors have prescribed his daily drugs: Diabetes, high blood pressure, psoriasis, arthritis and gout.

Reprieve lawyer Shelby Sullivan-Bennis said Thursday morning she was bringing a “sugar-free cake” to a scheduled attorney-client meeting with Paracha on Friday morning, the Guantánamo guard force permitting.

She said the Pakistani “can’t get the treatment he needs at Guantánamo. All he wants is to live out his remaining days at home with his family. Contrary to President Trump’s claims, indefinite detention of people like Saifullah will not make America better, or safer. The government must release him before it’s too late.”

 

 

... The report, based on visits to a range of US detention facilities late last year, found that non-criminal immigrants were subjected to "punitive conditions that were often indistinguishable from those applicable to persons who had been sentenced to punishment in the criminal justice system".

The report also highlighted the difficulty for detained immigrants to access legal representation, unreasonably long incarceration -- including of children -- and the separation of family members during detention.

"Immigration detention should be the exception rather than the rule," the experts said, insisting that the current "excessive use of immigration-related detention" could not be justified by necessity.

They warned that current system "appeared to be implemented to deter individuals from continuing their immigration claims and could result in asylum seekers revoking their legitimate immigration claims." ... UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention issues report on US immigration detention [Digital Journal - 14/8/17]

 

 

GEO Group and ICE threaten transfers from the Northwest Detention Center [Tacoma] - hunger strikers decry retaliation, call for ICE to hold GEO Group accountable [NWDC Resistance - 15/8/17]:

 

At least two immigrants who have been held in solitary confinement since August 4th, 2017, have resumed hunger striking.

Rather than investigate the guard’s assault on an 18-year-old youth named Omar, the private company (GEO Group) and Immigrations & Customs Enforcement (ICE) have teamed up to threaten those held in solitary confinement with charges of “planning a riot” and transfers to worse facilities in retaliation.

Hunger strikers call for the immediate release of all detainees who have been held for four years or more and their release back into the general population.

GEO has accused them of “planning a riot” because they protested a guard assaulting a youth on August 4th, 2017.

The boy had recently been transferred to the NWDC after turning 18, after arriving as an unaccompanied youth and held by child services until he was eligible for detention and deportation.

After his assault, GEO guards placed the facility on lockdown -- no phones, no lawyer visits, not even lights.

Approximately twenty people were placed into solitary confinement, of which over 15 went on strike last week and at least three of them lasted five days.

Over 250 community members have signed a petition calling for the hunger strikers’ immediate release.

We call on the Northwest Detention Center to release them from solitary confinement, and on GEO and ICE to take responsibility for inhumane living conditions. ...

 

 

This case was filed after ICE barred Caroline Perris, a full-time legal assistant with the Dilley Pro Bono Project (DPBP), from entering the South Texas Family Residential Center (STFRC) in Dilley, Texas.

ICE claimed that Ms. Perris inappropriately facilitated a mental health evaluation by telephone in March 2017.

She had, in fact, facilitated an evaluation with a mental health professional to avert the imminent deportation of a DPBP client and her child back to the terrible danger from which they fled.

The evaluation proved critical to establish their eligibility for protection under U.S. asylum law.

In May 2017, ICE for the first time stated in writing a policy requiring pre-approval for telephonic mental health evaluations.

The agency retroactively relied on this policy to justify revoking Caroline Perris’ access to STFRC. ... [Dilley Pro Bono Project v. ICE, No. (D.D.C. filed June 1, 2017) - American Immigartion Council]

 

 

WHO decision to downgrade Tamiflu comes far too late argues expert [ScienceDaily - 12/7/17]

 

 

... While vaccine effectiveness can vary, recent studies show vaccine reduces the risk of flu illness by about 50%  to 60% among the overall population during seasons when most circulating flu viruses are like the vaccine viruses. ... [US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention]

 

 

Hospital withholds settlement records in fired employee’s suit over mandatory flu shot [Telegraph - 1/8/17]

 

 

Flu Facts: It's the season, so wash your hands [Miami University]

 

 

Queensland women flying interstate to access abortions [Brisbane Times -19/8/17]

 

 

Women seeking abortions are being turned away from Queensland hospitals [Buzzfeed – 15/7/16]

 

 

Children by Choice Association Inc [18/7/16]:

 

And another woman, we will call her J. This time after taking out a DVO against her partner, he returned only to threaten her life.

The police took this incredibly seriously and J was placed in a refuge in another town.

So she is now protected from him, but like many women in this situation is disconnected from her networks and support systems and is feeling isolated and alone.

The pregnancy which was the result of a sexual assault by this man, has also brought on serious health issues, and for her, the decision to end the pregnancy is clear.

And you guessed it... the hospital catchment she is in doesn't do "social" abortions. ...

 

 

‘It’s my life’: Why seniors gathered for a flash mob at Surfers Paradise [Nine MSN - 19/8/17]

 

 

A Queensland police officer has been suspended over sexual assault allegations.

The 41-year-old senior sergeant is being investigated for an undisclosed number of sexual and physical assault allegations, which relate to his conduct while off-duty.

The officer is from the Queensland Police Service's southern region. [Yahoo - 14/8/17]

 

 

The foster brother accused of having a sexual relationship with slain Brisbane schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer will be sentenced next month.

Trent Jordan Thorburn, 20, will face a sentencing hearing at the Beenleigh District Court on September 14 on charges of incest, perjury and two counts of attempting to pervert the course of justice.

Thorburn did not appear during an indictment presentation on Friday where the date for his sentencing was set.

Police allege Thorburn had been having sex with 12-year-old Tiahleigh while she was in the care of his family. ... [Yahoo - 18/8/17]

 

 

Police confiscate toy gun from a 60-year-old Suffolk Park man after he pointed it at a Jehovah’s Witness who knocked on his door [Tweed Shire Echo - 14/8/17]

 

 

@9NewsGoldCoast [19/8/17]:  A man has been charged after driving his 4WD into a mate following an argument early this morning in Surfers Paradise. ...

 

 

Twenty-five children have escaped injury after a school bus collided head-on with a car inland of the Gold Coast.

The accident happened on the Mount Lindesay Highway near Beaudesert, in the Scenic Rim, around 8.30am.

Police say the bus was carrying 23 school children and the car contained a woman and two children. ... [MYGC - 18/8/17]

 

 

An elderly man and woman have been taken to hospital after their car crashed into a house on the Gold Coast this morning.

The accident happened just after 9.00am on Maldon Court in Helensvale.

The pair, aged in their 80s, were assessed at the scene by paramedics. ... [MYGC - 17/8/17]

 

 

A man has been injured in a quad bike accident on the Gold Coast.

The incident happened at a home in Coomera just after 6.30pm last night. ... [MYGC - 14/8/17]

 

 

Man arrested after stupid two-hour police chase on the Gold Coast [MYGC - 17/8/17]

 

 

Three teenage boys charged after stupid Warrego Highway police pursuit [Brisbane Times - 18/8/17]

 

 

A 16-month-old girl was thrown from her pram after an out-of-control car slammed into a group of pedestrians at a busy shopping strip in Sydney this afternoon.

Five people were injured when the man driving the vehicle suffered a medical episode around 3.45pm, mounting the footpath at the intersection of Anderson Street and Victoria Avenue in Chatswood. ... [Nine MSN - 19/8/17]

 

 

Police are attempting to identify a man who died after being struck by a train on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. ... [Yahoo - 18/8/17]

 

 

A 64-year-old woman has died following a car crash north of Brisbane.

Police believe the vehicle left Belvedere Road near Gympie, crashed through a fence and hit a tree on Thursday.

The woman later died in hospital. [Yahoo - 18/8/17]

 

 

Broome woman run over by 4WD in her sleep while camping on Cable Beach [ABC - 13/8/17]

 

 

A man will face court accused of slashing a woman's clothes and wounding her with two knives in an attack in a Gold Coast supermarket.

Police allege the 45-year-old walked into the Biggera Waters business, removed two knives from packaging on the shelves and began pacing about the store about 12.30pm on Thursday. ... [Brisbane Times - 18/8/17]

 

 

Queensland Rail will review its evacuation procedures and dozens will be given free travel for a week, after an incident on Friday night that saw passengers trapped inside a train for hours.

About 60 people were trapped in a train at a standstill between stations for almost three hours on the Ferny Grove line after a flying fox came into contact with overhead lines. ... [Brisbane Times - 14/8/17]

 

 

Aurizon said it would exit its intermodal business, selling the Queensland operations to Linfox and Pacific National, as it reported an annual net loss of $188 million.

The Queensland intermodal business will be sold to trucking group Linfox and rival rail operator Pacific National, and the Acacia Ridge interstate terminal south of Brisbane will be sold to Pacific National.

Aurizon will receive $220 million for the two transactions.

The rest of the intermodal business outside Queensland will be closed by the end of the year, leading to the loss of 250 jobs. ... [Australian Financial Review - 14/8/17]

 

 

Adani fined for dumping coal-laden stormwater into sea at Abbot Point [Guardian - 11/8/17]

 

 

"Confine your Hollywood 'magic' to Queensland. Where you are subsidised to be." Tweed locals not happy with "Hollywood Magic" [Tweed Shire Echo - 14/8/17]

 

 

@HorvatSrecko [11/8/17]:  The occupation of Europe's periphery: first by tanks, then by banks... now by tourism.

 

 

Lambert Wilson on L'Odyssey, Jacques Cousteau, conservationism and Emmanuel Macron [RT - 12/8/17]

 

 

Gold Coast City Council are taking Evandale Lake away, literally [MYGC - 12/8/17]

 

 

@9NewsGoldCoast [13/8/17]:  A local man has returned home after an ambitious solo trek around the globe. ...

 

 

Kill us here but don't send us back: Rohingya refugees in India [Economic Times - 18/8/17]

 

 

Bangladesh ramps up border patrols to push back Rohingya refugees trying to flee Myanmar military's latest operation [Reuters - 17/8/17]

 

 

40 Rohingya farmers beaten, house destroyed by Myanmar military in Northern Maungdaw [The Stateless - 18/8/17]

 

 

@nslwin [17/8/17]:  This 65 years old #Rohingya man - Nabi Hussein from #KyiKanPyin VT middle hamlet was tortured by @Min_Aung_Hlaing's troops today.

 

 

Burmese military have raided the Zin Paing Nyar village of Maungdaw, where they arrested 2 Rohingya youths on 13th August, 2017 ... [Rohingya Vision - 14/8/17]

 

 

Woodside plans to aggressively press on with exploration drilling and appraisal work off Myanmar, where the Australian company recently made a third and potentially giant discovery on Block A-6. ... [Upstream Online - 17/8/17]

 

 

Muslims in Pottuvil protested on Wednesday demanding Sri Lankan wild life officials stop occupying over 650 acres of land in Pulipiditchachenai in Mathurankuli. 

The march was organised by the Farmers Association of Pulipidichasenai who said the officials came in 2007 and stoped them from entering their homes. ... [Tamil Guardian - 18/8/17]

 

 

Sri Lankan police prevent community clear-up of destroyed LTTE cemetery in Mannar [Tamil Guardian - 18/8/17]

 

 

Tamil mothers of the disappeared who have been protesting for months across the North-East stated that they were still waiting on the Sri Lankan president to fulfil promises he made to them earlier this year.

Speaking at a press conference in Colombo, the mothers stated that one of their demands was a list of all those who surrendered to Sri Lankan security forces before and after the armed conflict.

...

The press conference comes as one of the women at the forefront of the Mullaitivu families of the disappeared protest was assaulted by two men who also threatened her with death if she did not stop protesting earlier this week. ... [Tamil Guardian - 17/8/17]

 

 

Eastern University closed indefinitely following protests by Sinhala students [Tamil Guardian - 17/8/17]

 

 

Dogs and cats rescued; sewing machines distributed as Duterte again touts disaster capitalism once US-Australia backed slaughter in Marawi ends. [GMA News - 18/8/17]

 

 

With the fighting in Marawi City expected to be over soon, President Duterte has directed government agencies preparing the rehabilitation plans for the war-ravaged city to pick up the pace to ensure these would be ready for implementation. ... [Inquirer - 18/8/17]

 

 

1,000s have been injured by pellet guns used for crowd control in Kashmir - 100s have had their eyeballs ruptured [Rising Kashmir - 18/8/17]

 

 

@TodayKashmir [17/8/17]:  MUST WATCH & SHARE THIS VIDEO OF KASHMIRI KIDS "This time Not Yuu Yuu Karta G" This time is Something Different...

 

 

Andrew Forrest wins High Court bid to keep miners off his family property, Minderoo Station [ABC - 17/8/17]

 

 

Andrew Forrest has continued his stringent defence of the cashless welfare card, despite new statistics from WA Police indicating a steady rise in theft and threatening behaviour in the East Kimberley since its introduction. ... [WA Today - 18/8/17]

 

 

imagine a world without borders

 

@xychelsea [18/8/17]

 

 

#WorldPeople if u think seeking #Asylum is not a punishable Crime pls do Sth more wishes outcrying 4 years of #Wrong_imprisonment #manus @has_hasabala [18/8/17]

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [17/8/17]:  Worker seriously injured while dismanteling the fence of Manus prison camp. A pylon fell on his leg & shattered his thigh bone. Today #Manus

 

 

No justice - and now 16 years after SIEV X, no opposition - as scapegoating of individuals for Australia's anti-refugee policy continues [NZ Herald - 18/8/17]:

 

A refugee fighting Australian attempts to have him extradited after more than 350 people died in a people-smuggling accident [refugee boat disaster] has taken his case to the Supreme Court.

Maythem Kamil Radhi was allegedly involved in the 2001 smuggling of a boat-load of people from Indonesia.

The boat, known as Siev X (Suspected Illegal Entry Vessel X), was sailing for Christmas Island but about 353 men, women and children drowned when it began taking on water and sank off Indonesia.

The Australian Federal Police want to try Radhi for people smuggling, alleging he helped the asylum seekers sail to Australia in a leaky boat. ...

 

 

... A decade after SIEVX, questions of possible Australian complicity in the sinking remain unanswered.

The boat set sail in the middle of the 2001 federal election a few days after John Howard’s People Smuggling Taskforce had discussed ‘beefing up’ people smuggling ‘disruption activity’.

The full gamut of what exactly this ‘activity’ to disrupt people smuggling voyages involved remains shrouded in secrecy.

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It is significant that on the seventh anniversary of the sinking of SIEVX, in the first year of the Rudd Labor government, a resolution was moved in the Senate by the Greens calling for Labor to make good on its commitment to hold a judicial inquiry into the disruption program and the sinking of SIEVX.

This was voted down by Labor, but Senator Faulkner who had been in the chamber earlier in the day was later absent when this resolution was put to the vote.  ... Ten years on the questions remain [SIEVX.com - 12/10/11]

 

 

Clip from the 2007 documentary 'Hope', which tells the story of SIEV X survivor Amal Basry.

 

 

... After five days at sea, their boat reached Australian waters, but the engine failed as they struggled to make their way closer to Christmas Island.

The Rohingya desperately waved to the crew of a passing Australian Navy vessel, which Mr Abdul said did not respond.  ...  [The Straits Times - 1/2/16]

 

 

People are dying as Gillian Triggs and Paris Aristotle get free kicks and Australia's anti-refugee "deterrence" policy, which they still support, continues. --->  Gillian "rights based deterrence" Triggs no friend to refugees. ... @GraffitiExpert [25/7/17]

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [24/3/17]:  Key architect of Aus anti-refugee policy, Paris Aristotle, laughs at refugees exiled on #Nauru

  

 

@JulianAssange [18/8/17]:  Statement on meeting U.S. Congressman @DanaRohrabacher yesterday ...

 

 

5 years since Ecuador’s courageous decision to grant asylum to Julian Assange [Courage Foundation - 16/8/17]

 

 

UN Victory in Assange Case:  Decision has big implications for refugees and whistleblowers - but was roundly dismissed by Australia's establishment "refugee advocates" and 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]

 

 

CIA torture psychologists avoid trial with secret settlement [Middle East Eye - 17/8/17]

 

 

@ajamubaraka [16/8/17]:  I didn't see Van Jones crying about this or the Obama admin supporting fascists in Ukraine. Hypocrite.

 

 

Parents praise Stolen Generation school play after Murdoch, shock jock and celebrity parent outrage [NITV - 17/8/17]

 

 

Yarra City Council in Melbourne to no longer refer to January 26 as Australia Day [NITV - 16/8/17]

 

 

2weeks silent &peaceful protest on #Manus.

Thanks for those who standing with us, thanks very much for those who care about human being.

 

 

Image:‏ @Omarjack003 [14/8/17]

 

@Omarjack003 [11/8/17]:  1,380 Days in Australian offshore detention centre on #MANUS.. #UN #UNHCR #Amnesty WAKE UP 4YOUR DUTIES ENOUGH RACISM, TORTURE, ABUSE.

 

@has_hasabala [10/8/17]:  Meanwhile we all know the four years of #wrong_imprisoment won't end without people's #raise tho #prayForManus&Nauru #revolution  

 

More efforts to reheat bogus US-Australia refugee "deal" with fear, uncertainty and lies, as Australia's anti-refugee policy continues unopposed and unscrutinised [Buzzfeed - 15/8/17]

 

@nslwin [14/8/17]:  Myanmar ramps up troops, curfews in violence-wracked Rakhine ...

 

Australia’s Woodside reports third gas discovery off Rakhine State [Frontier Myanmar - 14/8/17]

 

India's government is looking to deport an estimated 40,000 Rohingya Muslims back to Myanmar, including those registered with the UN refugee agency, a senior official has said.

Deputy Interior Minister Kiren Rijiju told Reuters news agency over the weekend that the Rohingya living in India were illegal immigrants and must be deported.  ... [Al Jazeera - 14/8/17]

 

"If they are LTTE, identify and slaughter them" says UNP MP and minister Vijayakala Maheswaran [Tamil Guardian - 14/8/17]

 

@TamilGuardian [13/8/17]:  Sencholai massacre: 53 Tamil schoolgirls + 3 teachers killed by #lka Air Force bombs, remembered by Jaffna Uni students & staff this morning

 

US-Australia backed annihilation of Marawi nearly complete says Philippines military [ABS-CBN News - 14/8/17]

 

@GLPiccoliICRC [11/8/17]:  Aid delivered to 7,000 evacuees cut off by #Marawi fighting #MarawiClash by @ICRC and @philredcross #Philippines

 

Journalists murdered in Mindanao, Philippines [B&C - 9/8/17]

 

@TodayKashmir [14/8/17]:  ... Mobile Services including Data 2g 3g and 4g will be blocked in entire kashmir valley tomorrow at 8:00am to 1:00pm.

 

In 1989, Indian-administered Kashmir broke out into an armed revolt for self-determination and independence from India.

Since 2008 a civilian resistance, known widely as the "Kashmiri intifada", is resurging.

To date, more than 70,000 Kashmiris, both combatants and non-combatants, have been killed in Indian counter-militancy actions.

Now, there are renewed fears that Kashmir is going to lose the last vestiges of its autonomy through the removal of an article of the Indian constitution. ... [Al Jazeera - 14/8/17]

 

@yunsukCNA [15/8/17]: Koreans rally against #Thaad in #Seoul saying the deployment of US anti-missile system will only raise tension with #DPRK.

 

No representation or opposition as another flaccid Greens motion is defeated by the warmongering LNP and ALP --->  Defence Legislation Amendment (Parliamentary Approval of Overseas Service) Bill 2015 [Senate Hansard - 14/8/17]

 

 

On the Beach is a 1957 post-apocalyptic novel written by British-Australian author Nevil Shute after he emigrated to Australia.

The novel details the experiences of a mixed group of people in Melbourne as they await the arrival of deadly radiation spreading towards them from the Northern Hemisphere following a nuclear war a year previously. ... [Wikipedia]

 

 

 

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