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Signs of UK misconduct in Assange case [Consortium News - 18/11/17]:

 

... Dennis Bernstein: You represented Julian Assange and Stefania Maurizi in court today.  Give us the background, what got you into court today?

Estelle Dehon: It has to do with access to information.  In the United States there is legislation which can allow individuals to have access to official information held by public authorities.  We have the same type of system in the United Kingdom.

My client, the extraordinary Italian investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi, made a freedom of information request to the Crown Prosecution Service for information about Julian Assange.  

In particular, she was asking for copies of correspondence between the Crown Prosecution Service and the Swedish prosecution authorities and any correspondence with the US State Department, the Department of Justice, or the state of Ecuador.  

Obviously, this all relates to the situation that has occurred with Mr. Assange being arbitrarily detained in the Ecuadorian embassy. ...

 

 

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]:

 

... In our briefs to the WGAD, we argued that someone is effectively detained when they are forced to choose between confinement and running the risk of persecution.

That is the precise dilemma faced by Mr. Assange, who would lose the protection of his asylum if he stepped out of the embassy.

The risk of extradition is the 'fourth wall' for the now repudiated claim that he is free to leave the embassy.

As a result, it has been years since Mr. Assange has had access to proper medical care, sunlight, or the ability to see his family.

The WGAD's decision in Mr. Assange's case sets an important precedent for refugees.

In our submissions we analogized the situation faced by Mr. Assange to that of asylum-seekers in detention facilities.

States may claim that asylum-seekers held in subhuman conditions are not 'detained' because they are technically free to leave for their home country, but this is a non-choice, since the home country would persecute the asylum seeker.

The WGAD decision could mean that so-called 'open' facilities like the Israeli Holot, deep in an Israeli desert, and the Australian-run center in Nauru are legally equivalent to closed prisons.

This concept of detention builds on arguments already adopted by many sources of international law, including the European Court of Human Rights, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, and WGAD case law.

We expect this decision to be cited in future refugee detention challenges. ...

 

 

@ErikGerhardsson [19/11/17]:  One refugee boat carrying 57 men, women & children arrived to Lesvos this morning. They will arrive to an overcrowded camp with poor living condition where they have to live inside small tents in the mud and the cold...

 

 

EU externalisation efforts set the scene for escalation of rights violations by Libyan and Turkish Coast Guard [European Council on Refugees and Exiles - 17/11/17]

 

 

Arash Hampay [19/11/17]:

 

... Tomorrow at 1pm we will be front of Moria camp and will have a protest for Hesam Shaeri Hesari and others in Moria prison who face imminent deportation.

At 3 pm we will start our protest from Moria camp and will go towards the Center of Mytilini.

At 5 pm join us in Sapfous Square where we will continue our protest against the inhumane policies of the Greek government and the European Union, as well as the United nations.

We will be demanding to close Moria detention center where unhcr fails to protect refugees.

We also demand that refugees are freed from detention and allowed to leave the open air prison of Lesvos to travel freely in Europe.

 

 

@AHampay [19/11/17]: Camp moria now #refugees #Greece #mytilini #refugeesgr #opentheislands

 

 

@sol2refugees [18/11/17]:  And this is the condition of #refugees in #Vial #hotspot in #Chios #Greece. Tents, rain and families with kids inside mud. #OpenTheIslands #CloseTheHotspots #RegugeesGr ...

 

 

Authorities on the Greek island of Lesbos have called a strike and are urging residents to take part in anti-government protests to press for a change a European Union policy of containment of refugees and migrants on Greece’s islands.

In a statement, the island’s municipality called the strike for Monday against the policy of turning Lesbos into an “island prison.” ... [AP - 17/11/17]

 

 

UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide:

 

Article II

In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

a. Killing members of the group;

b. Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;

c. Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;

d. Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.

 

 

... The information sought under the FoI, filed in July 2015 by the Melbourne-based lawyer Alex Cuthbertson, was the number of people of a certain religion, ethnicity and language group on Nauru.

The request was for raw numbers only.

The department opposed it under the personal privacy provisions of the Freedom of Information Act, arguing that the population of asylum seekers on Nauru was so small that the information could be used to identify individuals.

In his decision overturning that objection and approving the release of information in March, the information commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim, said that the likelihood of being able to identify anyone based on the information sought was “so impractical that there is almost no likelihood of it occurring”.

The deadline for appealing that decision passed in April but the department did not file an appeal with the tribunal until September, after receiving the letter from Nauru and after Cuthbertson sent a follow-up letter in August demanding the release of the documents. ... [Guardian - 30/11/16]

 

 

@Aussies4Refugees [20/11/17]: STOP KILLING FAMILIES - Rohingya refugees, now political prisoners of the Australian government and opposition. #Manus concentration camp [Nov 2016]...  #Auspol #ABCNews #genocide

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [20/11/17]:

 

Manus crisis result of new kind of fascism & a warning to global human values. Our resistance & struggle with starvation & thirst isn't only for refugees, its for Oz & ppl of the world. We created a democratic resistance. Different ppl, nationalities, religions resisting together

 

Locals blocked the road to Hillside & West Haus prison camps in Lorengau. They're unhappy with relocating ppl to their small community. Gov should respect local ppl & hear their protest. You can't force locals & refugees to live together. Oz gov should stop colonial thinking.

 

The situation in Manus is critical. We are thirsty and have been waiting for rain in past few days. We have some water we're rationing but it's not enough in tropical heat. Immigration destroyed the water we'd collected from tropical rain....

 

 

 

Is been 20 days we re struggling with lack of food and clean water we need doctors, counsellors and medicines in the camp immediately.  @Aziz58825713 [20/11/17]

 

 

‏@EzatullahKakar [19/11/17]:  We Need The truth From #AUS_PNG We Are fighting for justice, we are Not doing The wrong things in the detention, we have deserve To be free in safe Country, 4.5 years Too Long, No More Game with Our lives We are All human beings and One Family Nothing diffrance between us #manus

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [18/11/17]: 

 

We have a new hard problem these days. The toilets are full & there's a bad smell spreading in the prison camp. Hygiene conditions worsening day by day. Hope we have some rain today to wash away the bad smell.#Manus

 

We have been watching clouds over past four days. Water is more vital than food, wish we have some rain today. We believe in tropical nature, today we should have some rain.#Manus

 

 

@Aziz58825713 [19/11/17]:  The health department on Manus warned the chemist not to sell any meds without Dr prescription but all sick men refused to leave the center

 

 

More lives in the balance as Dutton vs "advocates" narrative prevails, and ALP's anti-refugee policy continues unchallenged ---> Refugee imprisoned on Nauru critically injured in road accident [Nine MSN - 19/11/17]:

 

A refugee living in Australia's offshore detention centre on Nauru has been seriously injured in a motorbike crash, on the same road where another refugee was killed earlier this month.

The 28-year-old Rohingyan refugee was hospitalised after colliding with another motorcycle yesterday afternoon.

"The department can confirm a refugee in Nauru was involved in a motorcycle accident," an immigration spokesperson said.

"The refugee is receiving appropriate medical care. Further questions should be directed to the Government of Nauru."

Ian Rintoul from the Refugee Action Coalition holds grave fears for the man's life, while other refugees on the island don't believe Nauru is equipped to perform the brain surgery required.

Mr Rintoul said no arrangements have been made for the man to be medically evacuated for treatment.

"He needs urgent surgery; any delay could be a matter of life or death," he said today.

A 29-year-old Bangladeshi man was killed on November 2 after the motorcycle he was travelling on collided with another vehicle.

Nauruan authorities have been contacted for comment.

 

 

@USAsiaPacific [6/9/17]: DAS Matthews & @USAmbSuva Cefkin met with #Nauru's Peter Jacob for a bilateral mtg on sidelines of #PIF2017 in #Samoa

 

 

"In the middle of the oceans .... a small community, a Christian community, who very much believe in Israel." President Baron Waqa reaffirms Nauru's commitment to Israel on official visit [Nauru Loop - 13/6/17]:

 

... Travelling with the President are Madam Louisa Waqa, Minister Charmaine Scotty, Hon Milton Dube and Mrs Dube, Secretary for Foreign Affairs & Trade Michael Aroi, Chief of Staff Peter Jacob, ADC David Canon, Nauru’s Ambassador to the UN Marlene Moses, and First Secretary Rennier Gadabu. ...

 

 

... "The US is a Pacific nation. Our friendship with Fiji and the other Pacific Island nations is deep and abiding. We will remain committed to strengthening our co-operation in areas of mutual interest." ... Ambassador reaffirms US influence on "illegal immigration" to stay in the Pacific [Fiji Times - 28/1/17]

 

 

It is OUR policy.

 

 Australia and Papua New Guinea illegal imprisonment, exile and refoulement arrangement [Joint media release with Kevin Rudd - Prime Minister, Mark Dreyfus - Attorney General and The Hon Tony Burke MP - Australian Minister for Immigration, Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship - 19/7/13]

 

 

Fantastic to meet with leader of Israeli Labor Avi Gabbay, leader in the Knesset Isaac Herzog and Michal Biran MK yesterday #laborfamily @markdreyfusQCMP [30/10/17]

 

 

How partisan protest theatre plays straight into the political and media establishment's hands and doesn't help refugees ---> A 5th person has now been charged over the Manus Island protest in Eveleigh just over a week ago. ... @7NewsSydney [19/11/17]

 

 

@riserefugee [27/8/17]: It is a lie and a political game.

"We are not the problem, the system is"

Full video ... 'Nothing About Us Without Us'

 

 

Men, women and children on Manus and Nauru are clearly being used by charlatan advocates, as well as being subjected to an LNP-ALP war of attrition.

I maintain my support for their RIGHTS as ASYLUM SEEKERS to FREEDOM, PROTECTION and a SAFE COUNTRY. @Aussie4Refugees [19/11/17]:

 

These appear to be the key elements of the stubborn, ineffectual, tightly controlled and highly choreographed "advocate"-lawyer strategising on the #Manus siege:

 

1. Only protest Turnbull-Dutton, and not the ALP, or other any individuals, NGOs or government officials who have played a role in the establishment and continuation of anti-refugee "deterrence" over the past few decades.

2. Persuade refugees to echo these sentiments in their social media posts and protest signs.

3. Push the talking point that the new "accommodation" is not ready, and only pursue legal action on that basis, instead of obvious remedies under the PNG constitution and international law.

4. Slander locals.

5. Beg NZ to redeem its "offer".

6. Collaborate with media ghouls and despair inducing establishment human rights organisations to censor and/or diminish the men's demands for THEIR RIGHTS AS ASYLUM SEEKERS to freedom, justice and a safe country,

7. Encourage refugees to ignore and/or view with suspicion any "idealist" activists who criticise the ALP (particularly the anti-refugee Machiavelli Bill Shorten), highlight the global struggle against war and the brutalisation of refugees, and who are pushing for their FREEDOM and an END to the POLICY.

 

This is my view, and there's probably nothing we can do about it as outsiders, but it will not stop me fighting for these men.

 

 

@davidsheen [16/11/17]: ... After pressuring 10's of 1000's (1/2 of Israel's African refugees population) to self-deport because they aren't Jews, Netanyahu will now just outright deport the other 1/2. Those who refuse will be jailed with the general prison population

 

... “We should examine whether the residential facility at Holot is necessary, or whether it ought to be eliminated so that it doesn’t constitute a more comfortable alternative for a single infiltrator,” Interior Minister Arye Dery and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan wrote in a joint statement issued Thursday.

 The cabinet is to vote on the motion Sunday, after which it will be submitted to the Ministerial Committee for Legislation for consideration.

The law governing Holot’s operation is a temporary one that expires in a month. Thus any new legislation must be approved by the Knesset by December 16.

 Dery and Erdan propose a new temporary law, extending by three years most provisions of the existing law regarding asylum seekers.

The section governing Holot would be extended for three months only, until mid-March. At that point, unless the law was extended once again, the facility would be closed.

The Interior Ministry’s Population, Immigration and Border Authority said that Holot’s closure would depend on the success of a government program to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda.

The agency is finalizing that plan and hopes to begin implementing it before the end of the year.

The border authority will formally announce within a few weeks a new policy, under which asylum seekers will have to return to their countries of origin, agree to be sent to Rwanda or be jailed indefinitely in Israel.

...

Israel’s agreement with Rwanda was amended in October to allow for involuntary deportations, opening the door to detaining asylum seekers indefinitely until they agree to leave.

A senior government official said the amended agreement was signed during a meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Rwandan President Paul Kagame on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, in late September.

 

 

@antifa_jlm [16/11/17]: The fact that Israel wants to deport all non-Jewish refugees, despite not a single one of them ever involved in "terrorism", shows that "security" was never Israel's interest. Only the xenophobia and beliefs in racial purity

 

 

After 4 years of silent consent for Israel's anti-refugee policies (don't forget all the money the Australian branch raise, purportedly for refugees in Uganda) UNHCR emerges with its usual phony "concern" [Ynet - 19/11/17]

 

 

Palestinians to suspend US ties if PLO office closed [Al Jazeera - 19/11/17]

 

 

A Palestinian teenager was shot and severely injured by Israeli forces on Friday morning after he rammed his car into two Israeli civilians and allegedly attempted to commit a stabbing attack against Israeli forces in the southern West Bank district of Bethlehem.

An Israeli army spokesperson told Ma’an that a Palestinian assailant committed a car ramming attack near the Efrat junction south of Bethlehem, lightly injuring one Israeli citizen.

Ynet news reported that the injured Israeli was a 70-year-old man. ... [Maan - 18/11/17]

 

 

Open letter to singer Nick Cave from the Gaza war protesters he once supported [Mondoweiss - 13/11/17]

 

 

Close Don Dale: NT juvenile justice inquiry final report delivered [NITV - 17/11/17]

 

 

Families directly affected from the Royal Commission call for calm [Shut Youth Prisons Mparntwe - 17/11/17]:

 

... “While we agree in part with the Royal Commission recommendations we reject the Gunner governments response alluding to prison expansion and their lack of support for Indigenous-led alternatives,” said Dr Hilary Tyler, from Shut Youth Prisons.

 “We don’t support any violence, we want peace in our community for everyone. It’s our children our grandchildren and great-grandchildren and all the community – we request a meeting with Gunner and Wakefield, what we are hearing now is not good enough,” said Doreen Nungala from Grandparents Group Arrernte and Luritja woman.

“Just saying sorry doesn’t cut it, you knew about this. The government lacks the ability to manage youth detention centres, they have neglected complaints, reports and commissions again and again over decades,” said Doreen from Grandparents Group.

“Kids in country not in custody, that’s where we need to be. We need our kids in a safe place, looked after by community and out on homelands. It’s not just about buildings and staff training. We don’t need more prisons – we need this change to be Indigenous led: We need to get people out of poverty,” said Pamela Kngwarraye Lynch from Grandparents Group.

“We are here because they didn’t implement the recommendations from the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. In specific number 60. We can’t let this commission be left on the shelf,” said Pamela Kngwarraye Lynch from Grandparents Group. ...

 

 

@ShutYouthPrison [17/11/17]:  #NTRC Rally in #AliceSprings Kids in country not in custody #ShutYouthPrisons. No more prisons. No justice no peace.

 

 

@p_perez [17/11/17]:  #NTRC protests currently going through Todd Mall #AliceSprings

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [17/11/17]: Allowing politicians, media and "human rights" NGOs to use #NTRC recommendations to push for privatised facilities over a 100% shutdown of youth prisons would be a tragedy.

 

 

... I’m of the opinion that it’s crunch time. Adani have begun work on the rail line and it’s time to confront the machinery. Because I believe that stopping the means of export is the only way to stop a coal complex from being developed, I also believe that we need to stop the rail line being built by every means possible. ... [We Suspect Silence - 16/11/17]:

 

... Most disturbing to me is the apparent disinterest in the recent Galilee Basin direct actions by Fairfax, The Guardian Australia, and the ABC who seem to be leaving reportage of the direct actions to NewsCorp papers like the Townsville Bulletin and The Courier Mail.

This effectively leaves the news of extremely important direct actions inside NewsCorp’s paywalled silo.

I would argue that if the Guardian, Fairfax, and ABC journalists were reporting as vigorously on direct actions in the Galilee Basin as they do on other less illegal StopAdani campaign actions that Stop Adani coalition members would find it hard to avoid discussion of these direct actions. ...

 

 

Keystone pipeline leaks 210K gallons of oil in South Dakota [KRGV.com - 17/11/17]

 

 

Opponents of TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline have launched a last-minute public relations blitz before Nebraska regulators weigh in on its route next week in the last big regulatory hurdle for the long-delayed project. ... [Reuters - 16/11/17]

 

 

@carolrosenberg [16/11/17]:  ... US military that offers art classes to war on terror detainees at Guantánamo has suddenly decided the captives' creations are US government property.

 

 

Guantanamo detainee: US changed force-feeding policy [Al Jazeera - 16/11/17]:

 

... The Federal Bureau of Prisons has issued guidelines stating that a "physician may order that treatment be administered without the consent of the inmate" when "after reasonable efforts, or in an emergency preventing such efforts, a medical necessity for immediate treatment of a life or health threatening situation exists". 

But according to Clive Stafford Smith, the founder of the international human rights organisation Reprieve, which represents Rabbani, the sudden change in policy, implemented on September 20, now allows the hunger strikers to get close to death before force-feeding will take place.

"The US wants to starve them [their clients] until their organs fail, and are half dead, and then force them again to keep them half alive for indefinite detention, purely as they cannot allow someone to die for PR purposes," Stafford Smith told Al Jazeera last month. ...

 

 

Too old and too sick to execute? No such thing in Ohio [ACLU - 17/11/17]:

 

... Ohio’s lethal injection team spent more than 30 minutes poking Alva Campbell’s decrepit body in search of any decent vein into which they could inject their lethal cocktail to no avail.

They finally relented — but only temporarily.

Hours later, Gov. John Kasich announced not a commutation — or a plan to investigate what went wrong — but that Campbell’s execution would be rescheduled for 2019. ...

 

 

@abrahambonowitz [15/11/17]: The empty hearse departs Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. ...

 

 

A U.S. serviceman found with a blood alcohol content three times the legal limit after a fatal traffic accident in Okinawa Prefecture was arrested Sunday, local police said.

Nicholas James-McLean, the 21-year-old marine who sustained light injuries, had earlier been questioned by police on a voluntary basis after his 2-ton military truck collided with a minitruck at an intersection in Naha at around 5:25 a.m., authorities said.

The Japanese driver, identified as 61-year-old Hidemasa Taira, was later confirmed dead at a hospital. ... [Japan Times - 19/11/17]

 

 

Top US nuclear commander states the obvious i.e. it is legal to disobey an illegal order [Reuters - 19/11/17]

 

 

Who gets to push the nuclear button?, Paul Craig Roberts [ICH - 18/11/17]:

 

... The purpose of diplomacy is to prevent war. However, ever since the Clinton regime attacked Serbia, US diplomacy has been used to cause wars.

During the 16-years of George W. Bush and Obama the US destroyed in whole or part seven countries, killing and maiming millions of peoples and producing millions of refugees.

Not a single one of these wars was justified. Everyone of these wars was based in lies.

The last US government that showed any respect at all for truth was the George H. W. Bush administration.

Before launching each of these acts of unprovoked aggression, Washington demonized the leader of the country.

To get rid of one person, Washington did not flinch at murdering large numbers of people and destroying the infrastructure of the country.

This tells you that Washington has no morality. None. Zilch.

Therefore, Washington is capable of launching a preemptive nuclear strike.

Back when nuclear weapons were puny by today’s standards, Washington nuked two Japanese cities while Japan was trying to surrender.

That was in 1945, a lifetime ago. Whatever bits of morality that still existed then are long gone. ...

 

 

Two former Radio Free Asia reporters were provisionally charged by a Phnom Penh Municipal Court prosecutor this morning with “espionage”.

If convicted, the pair faces seven to 15 years in prison. ... [Phnom Penh Post - 18/11/17]

 

 

US-Australia backed war on Marawi enters a new phase as Philippines expands airstrikes and shelling to surrounding areas [GMA - 17/11/17]

 

 

What gives this surgeon the right to display the contents of his patient's stomach to the world? [Reuters - 17/11/17]:

 

Parasitic worms found in a North Korean soldier, critically injured during a desperate defection, highlight nutrition and hygiene problems that experts say have plagued the isolated country for decades.

At a briefing on Wednesday, lead surgeon Lee Cook-jong displayed photos showing dozens of flesh-colored parasites - including one 27 cm (10.6 in) long - removed from the wounded soldier’s digestive tract during a series of surgeries to save his life. ...

 

 

Indonesia evacuates villagers after shootings near Freeport mine [Reuters - 17/11/17]

 

 

@FreeWestPapua [16/11/17]:  The people of #Merauke, #WestPapua yesterday showing their support for the All-Party Parliamentary Group on West Papua which met in #Westminster. In defiance of the Indonesian authorities, people gathered right across West Papua yesterday to show their support. #IPWP

 

 

Footballer turned Lashker-e-Toiba (LeT) militant Majid Khan has neither surrendered nor has he been arrested, police said on Friday. ... [Risihg Kashmir - 17/11/17]

 

 

Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party has axed President Robert Mugabe as leader and first secretary of the party, reports NewsDay from Harare.

This clears the way for Mugabe either to step down voluntarily or for Parliament to vote to remove him as president of the country.

The newspaper's website said the party's Central Committee took the decision to remove Mugabe.

The committee also reinstated Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was dismissed from his party role as second secretary 11 days ago.

Mnangagwa's removal followed two days after Mugabe had fired him as the country's vice-president. This came after an incident in which Mugabe's wife, Grace, was booed by part of the crowd at a rally in Zimbabwe's second city, Bulawayo.

Mnangagwa, backed by Zimbabwe's army -- many of the top leaders of which served him and Mugabe in the country's liberation war in the 1970s -- have thus turned the tables on Mugabe. ... [All Africa - 19/11/17]

 

 

@MikePrysner [18/11/17]: Could a violent coup by the group that just got totally crushed in a popular, democratic election lead to more democracy? Seems to defy logic, but I'm no rocket scientist

 

 

@JulianAssange [16/11/17]:  On Nov 6 the US was sure it had not hurt civilians in #Kunduz airstrike in #Afghanistan. So why are they confusing things now?

 

 

@KRLS [17/11/17]:  The instigator of August attacks in Barcelona was an informer for the Spanish Secret Services. Meanwhile Spain does not forgive the success of the Catalan police, Rajoy has finished with its autonomy.

 

 

@KRLS [16/11/17]:  We must be confident, resilient because we will win. We will succeed. Finally, democracy will prevail. Thanks for this conversation @alexsalmond #JuntsperCatalunya  

 

 

This song by AC/DC was written in 1975 - the year Australia lost its briefly held independence.

 

RIP Malcolm Young.

 

Ridin' down the highway

Goin' to a show

Stop in all the by-ways

Playin' rock 'n' roll

Gettin' robbed

Gettin' stoned

Gettin' beat up

Broken boned

Gettin' had

Gettin' took

I tell you folks

It's harder than it looks ...

 

'It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)', AC/DC [1975]

 

 

10 years after "the dismissal", Hollywood made a movie about it [The Falcon and the Snowman - 1985]

 

 

Here you were our allies, and we were screwing you ... When he [Bob Hawke] was elected, I was mortified. 19 minutes in --->  Former spy Christopher Boyce speaks out in an explosive new Dateline interview. [SBS - February 2014]

 

 

Just got Reachtel robocalled for the Queensland election [3.45 PM, Sunday 19 November].

The first question about rating the importance of issues included "managing immigration" - a federal matter.

Couldn't answer last question about preferencing the ALP or LNP because I refuse to vote for fascism and will #VoteInformal

 

 

NO. Until optional preferential voting is brought back, I will #VoteInformal

 

 

AMBASSADOR GREENS QLD VISIT [10 September 1973]

 

 

@9NewsGoldCoast [18/11/17]:  Panic for 28 Schoolies after they became stuck in a lift for over an hour last night, with some struggling to breathe due to the cramped space. ...

 

 

New York Times produces an arty objectification of the Manus siege; denigrates the resistance (which existed before the start of the ALP's July 2013 policy); ignores US role in the implementation of anti-refugee barbarity throughout the region; and gives voice to corrupt and complicit NGOs such as the UNHCR [18/11/17]

 

 

110th days of peaceful protest in the detention Center #manus.

Freedom is Our Rights and we will Keep fighting for Justice & Freedom. ...

 

 

Image: @EzatullahKakar [17/11/17]

 

 

Hillside New Prison camp.

#AUS_PNG Trying to put us there for a long time, this is Not New accommodation this is a real New Prison,

 #AUS_PNG Stop Torturing us more 4.5 years

Enough . ...

 

 

Image:‏ @EzatullahKakar [17/11/17]

 

 

@EzatullahKakar [18/11/17]:  I Lost my memory coz of these troubles in Manus, what's our fault? #AUS_PNG what do you Want from us? Why you don't give us Freedom? Why we are Criminals? How Long you want killing us by torturing and by locals people? ...

 

 

Stop slandering Manus locals [PNG Loop - 12/11/17]

 

 

"They played a lovely game of chess between two groups of innocent people ... Australia's it's your fault, mate"  [Lucielle Paru - 9/11/17]

 

 

The NZ offer is a diversionary delay tactic pushed by ALP supporters.

FORGET New Zealand, and forget the US deal.

This is Australia's policy, and it is Australia that has to fix it.

CUT THE CRAP.  END THE POLICY.  FREE THE REFUGEES! --->  Claims that the PM, Jacinda Ardern, has made progress on resolving the Manus situation are rubbish.

The only thing that has changed since Ardern and Turnbull’s brunch meeting on November 5th is that NZ will now give up to $3million to the PNG and Nauru governments and aid agencies such as the Red Cross to try to ensure that the refugees do not die in the next few weeks. ... [Scoop.co.nz - 16/11/17]

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [18/11/17]:  Australia's detention of refugees on #Manus is ILLEGAL see par 72: Namah v Pato [2016]. With PNG officially gazetting a new place of detention, all talk of #Manus closing is lies. These men need URGENT and HONEST advocacy. ...

 

 

 @Aussie4Refugees [18/11/17]:  They don't need anymore sightseers Dr Gannon you "deterrence" supporting fascist. ---> Australian doctors continue not demanding FREEDOM for #Manus #Nauru refugees and the END of this ALP-LNP policy. Frauds. ... 

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [18/11/17]:  Can you see what their sign says? It doesn't say "COME STUDY US" or "COME TAKE A SELFIE WITH US THEN EXPLOIT OUR PREDICAMENT FOR PARTISAN ADVANTAGE, OR TO ASSUAGE YOUR GUILTY CONSCIENCE" It says "FREEDOM" #Manus #Auspol

 

 

Fuck off shady Saturday Paper and fuck off Kevin Rudd - human rights

criminal and notorious News Corp arselicker.

 

... "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: Former Manus Island staffer [SBS - 25/2/14]

 

 

It is OUR policy. 

 

"Opposition" Leader, Bill Shorten speaking on the Migration Amendment (Regional Processing Arrangements) Bill 2015  [House of Representatives Hansard - 24/6/15]  

 

 

Rudd's key role stopping Sri Lankan asylum seekers [Project SafeCom Inc. - April 2010]

 

 

...  In light of the current asylum seeker challenge in Australia, which he [Former Minister for Veterans' Affairs Alan Griffin] believes will not be an election issue for the Rudd government, Griffin relayed a story about the funeral of one of his long-time friends of Tamil extraction.

Griffin was asked to speak at the funeral and only noticed when he approached the coffin that it was draped in the Tamil Tiger flag.

He quickly modified his televised speech, acknowledging that he and his friend had a long-term friendship, but "often disagreed."

Griffin also noted the disturbing possibility of Tamil Tiger members being among Tamil asylum seekers destined for Australia. ... AUSTRALIAN VA MINISTER TO MEET U.S. COUNTERPART - 12/11/2009]

 

 

"It's an appointment made by G4S": Former Immigration Minister Tony Burke says he knew nothing about a Sri Lankan military commander being appointed a manager at Manus Island concentration camp [Nine MSN - 25/2/14]

 

 

Curfew in Galle amid reports Muslim homes, businesses attacked by Sinhala mobs [Tamil Guardian - 17/11/17]

 

 

Tamil families of the disappeared told the Sri Lankan president that they are “deeply frustrated” and had been “let down repeatedly by broken promises”, as they called on the government to ensure lists of surrendees, detainees under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA), and all other indefinite detainees, be released within 20 days.

Meeting Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena for the third time since their protest began 270 days ago, relatives of the disappeared said the president had not fulfilled promises made in a meeting in June of this year. ... [Tamil Guardian - 17/11/17]

 

 

Sri Lankan President denies reports of secret detention centres [Tamil Guardian - 17/11/17]

 

 

Ten fishermen from Tamil Nadu were arrested by Sri Lankan navy personnel on Thursday for allegedly fishing off the coast of Neduntheevu, The Hindu reported. ... [Tamil Guardian - 16/11/17]

 

 

Migrants are dying in detention centres: When will Canada act? [The Conversation - 15/11/17]:

 

Lucia Vega Jimenez, 42, Mexico.

Jan Szamko, 31, Czech Republic.

Melkioro Gahungu, 64, Burundi.

Abdurahman Hassan, 39, Somalia

And at least 11 more.

Earlier this month, an unnamed 50-year-old woman died while being detained in a maximum-security provincial jail in Ontario.

She did not commit any crimes, but was imprisoned because of her immigration status.

Since 2000, at least 16 people have died while incarcerated in Canada’s system of immigration detention, with a shocking four deaths since March 2016.

The mounting death toll leads us to ask: Do certain deaths matter less than others? And for that matter, are some lives more imprisonable than others? ...

 

 

The majority of women held at controversial detention centre Yarl’s Wood are later released into the community, raising concerns as to why they were ever detained, according to the UK’s prison watchdog.

A report by HM Inspectorate of Prisons found that in the first six months of 2017, 67 per cent of female detainees had been released into the community – which, the report noted, “raised questions about the justification for detention in the first place". ... [Independent - 14/11/17]

 

 

The human rights establishment want Australians to think we came up with our anti-refugee policy all by ourselves -> "The NWDC is a cage where human beings are detained while waiting for a decision on their deportation proceedings" [David Lo - 17 June 2017]

 

 

 

The Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma. Photo by the Globalist via Flickr

 

 

US illegally denying immigrants their right to seek asylum at the Mexican border, according to lawsuit [The Intercept - 17/11/17]

 

 

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

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [17/11/17]:  Even those with UNHCR cards are not exempt from detainment in Thailand, Gomez told Asian Correspondent. He said more than 150 UNHCR-registered refugees and asylum seekers have also been held under these circumstances for years.

 

 

US gives an extra $47 million to UNHCR, IOM, UNICEF and WFP to keep Rohingya refugees trapped in miserable Bangladesh camps [Dhaka Tribune - 16/11/17]

 

 

‏@JamilaHanan [16/11/17]:  Look at this junk on #Facebook post by the guy overseeing the #Rohingya #genocide, thanking US for for their support ...   

 

 

@nslwin [15/11/17]:  #Rohingya fleeing to #Bangladesh from #SinKhonTaing Village in #Rathedaung Township today (16th Nov) morning. 3 boats departed. Many more will flee soon.

 

 

Where the Rohingya once lived [Reuters - 14/11/17]

 

 

Pyi Thit well delivers gas for Woodside offshore Myanmar [Offshore - 14/11/17]

 

 

Malaysia’s members of parliament (MPs) have asked national oil company Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) to exit its Myanmar operations and investments to protest the violence against the Muslim minority in Rakhine State. ... [Myanmar Times - 9/11/17]

 

 

A heartwarming yarn about Australian MPs mentoring their sisters from Myanmar [Broad Agenda - 29/8/17]:

 

Today in Manila, the ASEAN forum on ‘Women’s Economic Empowerment: the Next Driver of ASEAN’s Success’ will be led by Australia and the Philippines, and supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)'s Investing in Women Initiative.

The forum will bring together over 200 business leaders and senior government representatives, and focus on the importance of empowering women as a driver for growth in the region.

This commitment to investing in women has seen various initiatives established in the Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar and Indonesia to support organisations committed to gender equality.

One of these initiatives is a mentorship program for female MPs from Myanmar, who have been matched with current and former Australian MPs to guide them through the early years of their political terms. ...

 

 

Parliamentarians from Myanmar warmly welcomed by Australian politicians from all political parties ---> @iwda [8/8/17]:  Some #MyanmarMPs meeting at @DFAT this morning to discuss gender machineries in Australian government

 

 

‏@iwda [7/8/17]:  TY @SenatorSiewert @SenatorReynolds @polley_helen for your time and insights this afternoon #MyanmarMPs

 

 

 

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