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Morocco acquits former Guantanamo detainee as military judge indefinitely suspends trial of Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, who has been charged with planning the bombing the USS Cole in 2000 [Middle East Eye - 16/2/18]:

 

Morocco has acquitted a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, held without charge by the US military for over 13 years, of "undermining state security", his lawyer said on Friday. 

Yunis Chekkouri was arrested by Pakistani forces in late December 2001 with a group of several dozen alleged fighters who had fled the Tora Bora cave complex in eastern Afghanistan, a stronghold of the Taliban and its al-Qaeda allies.

The following year he was flown to Guantanamo Bay military prison, where he was locked up for more than 13 years, but never charged.

In September 2015, Chekkouri was released and sent back home where authorities put him on trial for "undermining state security".

He was acquitted on Thursday of any wrongdoing, his lawyer Khalil Idrissi told AFP.

The official MAP news agency confirmed the verdict, citing court sources.

"The mistake has been acknowledged... the charges against him were contradictory and had no logic to them," Idrissi said.

Chekkouri, who had repeatedly denied the accusations against him, told AFP after the verdict:

"The nightmare is over." ...

 

 

The judge in the USS Cole terrorism case ordered prosecutors Tuesday to draft warrants instructing U.S. Marshals to seize two civilian defense attorneys who have quit the case and ignored his orders and a subpoena to appear at the war court by video link.

Air Force Col. Vance Spath, the judge, said he would sign the “writs of attachment” on Wednesday and cautioned from the bench that the lawyer for Pentagon-paid attorneys Rosa Eliades and Mary Spears should hustle to federal court, if the lawyer wants to stop what are essentially arrest warrants.

Eliades and Spears quit the case in October, along with death-penalty lawyer Rick Kammen, over an ethics issue involving intrusion of attorney-client confidentiality, which the judge does not recognize.

The three were released from the case by the chief defense counsel, Marine Brig. Gen. John Baker.

When Baker refused to rescind that permission on Nov. 1, the judge found Baker in contempt of court and sentenced him to 21 days confinement in his quarters. ... [Miami Herald - 13/2/18]

 

 

Pentagon wants to replace Guantánamo’s Top Secret prison. Price per prisoner: $4.6 million [Miami Herald - 13/2/18]

 

 

Woman put in solitary confinement after claiming she was sexually abused by immigration prison guard [Independent - 15/2/18]

 

 

Hear from Jesus Chaves why he is on hunger strike from the Tacoma, Washington immigration prison [NWDC Resistance - 15/2/18]

 

 

Washington State Department of Licensing sent information on undocumented activist to Immigration Enforcement Agency [Mijente - 15/2/18]

 

 

System is broken, says Rhode Island mother released from immigration detention [Press Herald - 14/2/18]:

 

...  “All I could think of while I was there was, I can’t believe I’m sitting through a video of how not to get raped in prison, because just the other day, I was picking up our daughter from school and I was thinking, ‘OK, what are we going to do for winter so we can beat cabin fever?’ ” Calderon said.

Gordillo had to juggle work and child care solo and the children began seeing a psychologist to deal with the stress of their mother being away.

Their father told them only that their mother was at work.

Her lawyers said she was following the process the government put in place to get her green card and never should have been detained.

Spokesmen for the Department of Homeland Security and ICE have said they don’t comment on pending litigation.

“It’s a broken system,” Calderon said.

“If you fall into those cracks, you’re going to fall into a detention center.”

 

 

Salinas man arrested on smuggling charges now being held in immigration detention. [Monterey County Now - 14/2/18]

 

 

Any US immigration attorneys and/or ethical health professionals out there have a view on the wisdom of Australian-based NGOs, "advocates" and so called "mental health-trauma counsellors" encouraging Nauru and Manus Island refugees (who have been imprisoned and terrorised for nearly 5 years) to submit to interrogation by outsourced Homeland Security officials, in order to be trafficked by the IOM to the US under a secretive deal?

 

 

We haven't heard anything from the Manus and Nauru refugees sent to the US last September. Have you heard anything? Are they OK? I am worried about them. ---> US officials (Homeland security) are viciting Nauru in next week to conduct the further interviews. I wish all the very best to Nauru refugees.‏ @Shamindan1 [16/2/18]

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [17/2/18]: The Rohingya refugee - who has family in Australia - was told if he did not agree to being trafficked to the US, he could expect to be on #Nauru for 20 years or be trafficked to Cambodia.

 

 

4th anniversary of Reza Barati's murder and the Labor policy that killed him continues unopposed ---> Australian officials, including new People Smuggling Ambassador, meet with Sri Lankan Navy chief to discuss how to prevent refugees from escaping [Tamil Guardian - 15/2/18]

 

 

Sri Lankan court orders review of investigation into deadly Welikada riot [Tamil Guardian - 16/2/18]

 

 

Several Sri Lankan military personnel were arrested in connection with the gang rape of a nurse in the south of the island.

A captain of the Sri Lanka Corps of Military Police was arrested on Wednesday by Narahenpita police, following the arrest of an army doctor and driver earlier in the week. ... [Tamil Guardian - 15/2/18]

 

 

A former Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) has been arrested by Sri Lanka’s Criminal Investigations Department (CID) over the 2009 assassination of the Sunday Leader editor, Lasantha Wickramatunga. ... [Tamil Guardian - 14/2/18]

 

 

 #BALIKPAPAN ... Day 32 of Afghan migrants peaceful protest for freedom ...

 

 

We demand justice, equality, and the primary human right which is FREEDOM. @Miladkhan01 [17/2/18]

 

 

Self exiled former Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy says refugee trafficking deal is stopping Australia from pressuring Hun Sen to reverse his campaign of political repression [Phnom Penh Post - 16/2/18]:

 

... “I’m afraid because of this refugee issue, Canberra doesn’t want to have any problem with Hun Sen. So Hun Sen feels there is total impunity for him,” Rainsy said.

“It would be very embarrassing to accept refugees from Cambodia when you send refugees to Cambodia,” he added, highlighting the case of slain political analyst Kem Ley’s widow and five children, who are languishing in Thailand reportedly awaiting a visa for Australia.

Around a dozen former Cambodia National Rescue Party members have reportedly fled to Australia and New Zealand to seek asylum, while more than 100 wait in Thailand after party president Kem Sokha was arrested and the CNRP was forcibly dissolved in November.

Rainsy also said he was “surprised” Australia was not doing more to secure the release of filmmaker James Ricketson, who faces up to 10 years in jail after he was arrested on allegations of spying in June.

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop wrote to her Cambodian counterpart regarding his case last week. Ricketson’s emails concerning Rainsy have been under investigation. ...

 

 

Cosying up to the Australian Labor Party's Chris Bowen - who wants to traffick the refugees he indefinitely imprisoned on Manus Island and Nauru to Malaysia - totally destroys Rainsy's credibility [Liverpool City Champion - 12/2/18]

 

 

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen confronts Gareth Evans about why he's not that into him anymore [Phnom Penh Post - 27/2/15]:

 

... “I don’t know what disease you had [or] why you criticised me last year. I don’t know whether you really said it or the media published it wrongly, [because] we are longtime friends”, the Premier said, referring to an opinion piece Evans wrote last February that said the government had been getting away with murder.

Hun Sen then reflected on the time that he and Evans had spent working together in the years leading up to the 1991 Paris Accords that laid the foundations for the UN-sponsored elections in 1993.

He took a dig at Evans and the international community for their reluctance to explicitly refer to preventing the return of the Khmer Rouge in the wording of the text.

“Why did [Evans] dare not to speak about the trials of the Khmer Rouge at that time? What was the world afraid of? What were the five big countries afraid of?”

The agreements, which were signed by all the warring Cambodian factions, including the radical communists, instead referred to Khmer Rouge atrocities as the “policies and practices of the past”. ...

 

 

... But the routine detention of asylum seekers arriving without visas and the construction of remote detention centres to house them followed the landing of a boat carrying 26 people at Pender Bay near Broome in November 1989.

It was the first boat to carry asylum seekers to Australian territory since 1981 and its arrival marked the beginning of a second wave of boatpeople landing on Australia shores.

(The first wave lasted from 1976 to 1981.  It was made up of about 2000 refugees arriving in small groups who were fleeing Communism in Indochina after the end of the Vietnam War.  They were not detained on arrival.)

There were many Cambodians aboard the Pender Bay boat and subsequent vessels and their arrival came at a sensitive time for the Labor government of Prime Minister Bob Hawke.

Hawke’s high-profile Foreign Minister Gareth Evans was deeply involved in crafting a peace process for Cambodia, which involved the repatriation of 300,000 Cambodian refugees from camps along the Thai border.

The federal government feared that confidence in the plan could be undermined if Cambodians in Australia were found to be refugees or if their personal stories were allowed to become public.

Hawke was quick to declare categorically that the Cambodians were not ‘political’ but ‘economic’ refugees.

He said he would not allow Cambodian asylum seekers to ‘jump the queue’ of Australia’s orderly migration program.

The label ‘queue jumper’ has been used to denigrate asylum seekers arriving by boat ever since. ... Australia's sledgehammer, Peter Mares [APO - 25/2/2004]

 

 

@nslwin :  387 #Rohingya arrived #Bangladesh today (Feb. 16) at 3:30PM. ...

 

 

@nslwin [16/2/18]:  #Myanmar authorities confiscated at least 300 acres of #Rohingya lands in #AleyChaung VT, #Buthidaung 3 months ago. Today they bulldozered 2 shops. They didn’t give time to take out the things from shops. Just destroyed....

 

 

More Rohingya lives will be lost if the world fails to act by Bob Rae Canadian Prime Minister's special envoy to Myanmar [The Globe and Mail - 16/2/18]

 

 

Canada imposes targeted sanctions in response to human rights violations in Myanmar [Media Release - 16/2/18]

 

 

As region continues denying protection to the Rohingya and signalling approval for Aung San Suu Kyi's genocide, Bangladesh hands list of 8,032 refugees to Myanmar for refoulement [bdnews24.com - 16/2/18]

 

 

“This is a separate issue from human rights.” <-- No shit Sherlock! Thailand awards Myanmar army commander-in-chief the Knight Grand Cross (First Class) of the Most Exalted Order of the White Elephant for ongoing Rohingya genocide [Reuters - 16/2/18]

 

 

Push to release children from Thai immigration detention centres [The Nation - 12/2/18]:

 

... Angkana [National Human Rights Commissioner] gave an interview after the Coalition for the Rights of Refugees and Stateless Persons (CRSP) urged authorities to consider allowing people seeking asylum, particularly children, to live outside detention centres.

CRSP coordinator Siwawong Sooktawee said it would be better to let asylum seekers live together as families.

 “Children should be allowed to live with their parents,” he said. 

...

The Fortify Rights organisation revealed late last year that Zainab Bi Bi, a 16-year-old Rohingya refugee, died on November 2 after spending more than three years in immigration detention facilities and government-run shelters in Thailand.

“Zainab Bi Bi’s death is a tragedy that should spur Thai authorities to take immediate action to end the indefinite detention of refugees and asylum seekers,” Amy Smith, executive director of Fortify Rights, said in a statement last year. 

Siwawong said there were various other measures available to control populations of migrants and refugees, citing as an example the requirement to have them report to authorities on a regular basis.

On January 26, the CRSP officially urged Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha to urgently introduce measures to end the arrests and detention of child refugees and their families, as well as those seeking asylum.  ...

 

 

@ThaiPBSEnglish [17/2/18]: Pro-#election activists announce demonstration calendar. 18 Feb: Long march from Nakhon Ratchasima to the Northeast. 24 Feb: TU at 3pm. 10 Mar: Major rally. Location is yet to be disclosed. 24 Mar: Location to be disclosed. 19-22 May: Overnight rally to mark 4 years of the coup.

 

 

The U.S. Navy said on Friday it had removed three senior officers deployed in Japan for "personal misconduct," after one was reportedly found wandering the base drunk and naked.

The navy did not disclose the details of the Feb 12 incident, but the Navy Times reported that Lieutenant Commander Jason Gabbard was relieved of duty after "being discovered in the woods wearing only his boots."

He was "found intoxicated and walking naked in the woods on Camp Shields" in Okinawa Prefecture, the newspaper said. ... [Japan Today - 17/2/18]

 

 

Japan received a record 19,628 asylum applications in 2017, but only 20 were successful, according to preliminary figures released by the Justice Ministry on Feb. 13.

There were 8,727 more applications compared with 2016, when 28 people were granted refugee status.

The total number of asylum seekers in 2017 marked a high for the seventh straight year. ... [The Asahi Shimbun - 14/2/18]

 

 

The Haircut - A North Korean Adventure [2017]

 

 

Commander of US Pacific Command (and incoming Ambassador to Australia) Harry Harris reassures House Armed Services Committee that he's picking plenty of fights in South East Asia and the Pacific [Media Release - 15/2/18]

 

 

The war on dissent: the specter of divisiveness [Counterpunch - 16/2/18]:

 

... In profoundly authoritarian cultures like the contemporary USA, people tend to believe the authorities, particularly when they’re all repeating the same simple message over and over. People want to believe the authorities. They want to because they’ve been conditioned to want to from the time they were children by their parents, teachers, political leaders, the corporate media, television, Hollywood, cultural icons, and more or less every other ideological organ of “normal society.”

This is why, when it’s time to whip up popular support for a war of aggression (or a war against anyone expressing dissent), all the ruling classes have to do is make up an emotionally-loaded narrative with a halfway-believable official enemy and have their “authoritative media sources” repeat it, over and over and over, in a thousand different iterations, each repetition reifying the others, until the narrative becomes the axiomatic “truth,” which no respectable, normal person would ever even think of wanting to question.

In fact, once an official narrative has become the axiomatic “truth,” it can be rather dangerous psychologically if these “respectable persons” are confronted with evidence that demonstrates that the official narrative (or, in other words, their “reality”) is based on … well, a load of horseshit, as by this time they’ve forgotten it is fiction, and thus genuinely believe the lies they’re telling. ...

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [17/2/18]:  4 years ago today Australia orchestrated an attack on refugees imprisoned on #Manus Island. Reza Barati was murdered. Rest in Power. [Note: It was NOT a riot and any writing filtered through the pro "deterrence" Guardian should be viewed with suspicion]

 

 

 

The Guardian is censoring peaceful protests at the Australian funded IOM concentration camp in Balikpapan, Indonesia. Refugees have been directly tweeting Van Badham. ---> Erfan Dana's report (Translated by Omid Tofighian - who translates Behrouz Boochani's writings from Manus Island) [Hazara International Network - 3/2/18]

 

 

How the ABC sets up counter narratives when government goons attack refugees as part of "deterrence" policy ---> Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Liam Cochrane establish Manus refugee concentration camp  "riot" lie with dodgy, looped footage and victim blaming [February 2014]

 

 

This was a brutal attack, not a “riot” - Refugee Action Collective Victoria – Manus Island Fact Sheet [2/3/14]

 

 

Submission 67 Nauru Senate Inquiry [2015]  ... We were expected to "manufacture" Individual Management Plans as this was what the Department of Immigration wanted.

... After the murder of Reza Barati,  we were told to lie to our clients and tell them it was a "riot" to deter them from protesting. ...

 

 

Lukas Schrank's award winning 2015 animated documentary Nowhere Line [see 9 minutes in] offers another account of the events of February 2014. 

 

 

If you still believe what happened in February 2014 was a "riot", read the Hansard. ---> Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee Recommendations re "Incident at the Manus Island Detention Centre from 16 February to 18 February 2014" [December 2014]

 

 

 198 days of peaceful protest from East Lorengau refugees transit center #Manus prisoners

 

 

Image: @sunosi3 [16/2/18]

 

 

Attacks continue with impunity - and are symbolically exacted by the military eg ANZAC Day 2017 shooting, and now on the anniverary of Reza Barati's murder - because terrorising refugees is Australia's policy, and no-one is calling for an END TO THE POLICY. 

 

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [16/2/18]:  Some people attacked a refugee in Lorengau town. They beat him up and hit his face. Police are involved and investigating. Paladin security asked the refugees not to go out until the situation calms down.#Manus

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [16/2/18]: A refugee who was beaten in Lorengau is saying police asked him to make a statement Monday. He’s extremely traumatised & couldn’t do it today. Locals are angry at Navy personnel who beat the men,& saying Navy guys were drunk. Keeping 600 refugees in a small town makes problems.

 

 

@Shamindan1 [16/2/18]:  This incident took place in town this afternoon. Witness to the Navy men bashing 3 refugees. There we 10 Navy were with civil cloths. The navy men told people that Australia is sending them to control refugees in town.

 

 

@Jamshid05271784 [15/2/18]: Indonesia A short video from 30 days of #Refugees protest in #Balikpapan camp -Indonesia for their #Freedom.

 

 

 

Refugees have been detained in Balikpapan IDC Indonesia since 2014 please pay attention and help us. ,,, @Mohammadi2018 [16/2/18]

 

 

@Miladkhan01 [15/2/18]:  #balikpapan #AsylumSeekers Today was the 30 day of Afghan migrants peaceful protest for freedom.Immigration & @IOM_Indonesia were trying 2 stop our protest by banning our services, but could'nt succeed. Now they brought a psychologist to tear down our peaceful protest.  

 

 

Allowing politicians, media and NGOs to use NT Royal Commission finding on Don Dale to push for privatised facilities over 100% shutdown of youth prisons would be a tragedy [SBS - 16/2/18]

 

 

Whistleblower criticises Queensland police culture after death in custody [SBS - 16/2/18]:

 

Former Gold Coast police officer Rick Flori was found not guilty at the Southport District Court on Wednesday following a six-day trial on a single charge of misconduct in relation to public office after leaking CCTV footage of a violent arrest in 2012.

Mr Flori, 47, said despite the glare his case has thrown onto illegal and excessive uses of force by some officers towards people in custody, the death of an Indigenous man in Townsville on Saturday showed there was still work to be done.

"It's 2018 (and) the same things are going on," Mr Flori said outside court.

"A 39-year-old Aboriginal father of seven, hadn't had a drink in five years, was alive before he came into contact with police and something's certainly gone on as soon as he's gone into custody.

"That's extremely concerning. It doesn't appear that they've learnt any lessons in this."

The Townsville man, known only as Noomba for cultural reasons, died after what police have described as an "altercation" with officers.

It was the second Indigenous death in custody in the north Queensland city in six months. Stewart Levitt, one of the lawyers acting for the man's family, says Noomba's wife, Regina Matheson, called police to prevent her husband from suiciding.

Instead, Mr Levitt alleges she was left watching, calling out "he can't breathe" as police "spear-tackled" her husband "with his face pressed in the dirt".

The Sydney lawyer claims Ms Matheson told police that Noomba had a pre-existing heart condition and a history of substance abuse. Noomba's family say they will fight for "justice and compensation".

The death is under investigation by ethical standards command, under the supervision of the coroner, and Queensland's Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC).

Rick Flori said the fact the officer who led the investigation that culminated in his being charged is now working at the CCC concerned him.

"The architect of all this is now working for the CCC," he said.

"The idea of being open and honest, as they continually quote, the checks and balance and all this openness and honesty, is not what they do.

"It's all verbal rhetoric."

A Queensland police spokesperson declined to comment on the death in custody while the matter is under investigation.

 

 

Father of teenager shot by Queensland police charged with assault [Brisbane Times - 16/2/18]

 

 

The first member of Queensland Parliament with South Sea Islander heritage has ended his first week in Parliament.

One Nation Mirani MP Stephen Andrew didn't have much to say in the first three days, with ceremony and housekeeping being the order of the day.

But there was plenty to say outside after three days in session, including that it had been "pretty disappointing" that the Queensland Premier didn't acknowledge that there was the first member with South Sea Islander heritage in Parliament.

"It just doesn't seem that anyone in Queensland sees the contribution that South Sea Islanders had on the state," he said after the third day.

But the significance of the week was not overlooked by Mackay locals, members of the South Sea Islander community. ... [Daily Mercury - 16/2/18]

 

 

Australians still unaware of Blackbirding history [RNZI - 17/7/16]

 

 

Robert Towns [Monument Australia]

 

 

1,100 Kanakas in Queensland - a South Sea legacy by Clem Lack [Sunday Mail - 13/2/1938]:

 

... It was not until Federation, however, and the adoption of the White Australia policy, that definite legislative action was taken to put an end to indentured kanaka labour.

The first Act passed by the Commonwealth Government in relation to the sugar industry sphere were thirteen Acts from 1904 to 1912 was an act to provide for the regulation, restriction, and prohibition of labour from the Pacific Island.

It was enacted that no Pacific Islander should enter Australia after March 31, 1904 and that none should enter before that year without a licence.

No agreement for island labour was to be made or to remain, in force after the end of 1906.

If any Pacific Islander were found after the end of 1906 they were to be deported.

An amendment of this Act was later passed, which provided that certain Pacific Islanders, such as those who had entered Australia prior to September 1859 or were of extreme age, were married, or who were in possession of freehold land, or those whose lives might be imperilled on landing on the islands, could be granted certificates exempting them from deportation.

Thus the great exodus of kanakas back to the islands began, and by 1906 the fleets of schooners which crowded the Mary, Burnett, and other Northern Rivers had transported more than 6,000 of them back to their Pacific "homes". ...

 

 

Channel 9's Current Affair produces propaganda for Border Force and Australia's arbitrary, bipartisan exile after you've served your time laws [16/2/18]

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [16/2/18]: As refugees are pushed back, imprisoned or left to die at our borders, second brawl at sea in a week forces cruise ship return to Australian waters ...

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [16/2/18]:  Politicians, media, "advocates", NGOs and rights orgs who are still legitimising the people smugglers lie, along with the diversionary "NZ offer" stunt, while refugees are trapped and dying just outside Aus-NZ pristine borders, are fascists. ...

 

 

Israeli naval forces open fire at Gazan fishermen [Maan - 15/2/18]:

 

The Palestinian Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) issued this week its annual report for 2017 detailing Israeli attacks against Palestinian fishermen in the besieged Gaza Strip, highlighting that “these attacks deny fishermen from practicing their fishing work and accessing their livelihood resources.”

The report states that Israeli forces carried out shooting operations and chased down the fishermen hundreds of times, even while inside the designated fishing zone, “causing dozens of casualties as well as destroying and confiscating boats and fishing gears.”

As part of Israel's blockade of the coastal enclave since 2007, the Israeli army, citing security concerns, requires Palestinian fishermen to work within a limited "designated fishing zone," the exact limits of which are decided by the Israeli authorities and have historically fluctuated.

The Israeli army regularly detains and opens fire on unarmed Palestinian fishermen, shepherds, and farmers along the border areas if they approach the unilaterally declared buffer zone. ...

 

 

An Israeli military court has sentenced a Palestinian resistance fighter to four life sentences after three settlers were killed in an illegal outpost last year, according to Ynet News.

Omar Al-Abed was convicted in December of three counts of murder after an attack in July in the settlement of Halamish.

He was also convicted of the attempted murder of a fourth settler and of incitement and stone-throwing. ... [PNN - 16/2/18]

 

 

Israeli Occupation Authorities have reportedly approved the construction of a settlement road, and establishing housing units on land in the towns of Beit Jala and  Al Khader in Bethlehem Governorate. ... [PNN - 15/2/18]

 

 

No surprise PNG has allowed an Israeli company to colonise its agricultural sector, given their willing participation in the imprisonment and torture of refugees for Australia [RNZI - 7/2/18]

 

 

@AliAbunimah [14/2/18]: Watch this powerful report from Gaza on Israel’s “death sentence” for cancer patients. @RT_America’s @anyaparampil is doing the reporting that US regime media don’t dare and don’t care to do.

 

 

@davidsheen [15/2/18]: Statement from the Balad party (Tajamoa), representing Palestinian citizens of Israel, in support of the tens of thousands of non-Jewish African refugees that the Netanyahu government is trying to ethnically cleanse ...

 

 

@davidsheen [15/2/18]:  Devastating 13-minute video by Israel Channel 2 on the non-Jewish African refugees that Israel already coerced to leave with prison & false promises of refugee status in Rwanda, when what really awaited them was torture, & for many of their friends, death  

 

 

First group of asylum seekers could face deportation from Israel by weekend [Times of Israel - 12/2/18]

 

 

Exile, imprisonment or death - a look at Israel's anti-refugee policy [Foreign Policy - 27/6/17]:

 

... It begins with furtive promises by Israeli authorities of asylum and work opportunities in Rwanda and Uganda.

Once the Sudanese and Eritrean asylum-seekers reach Kigali or Entebbe, where Uganda’s international airport is located, they describe a remarkably similar ordeal: They meet someone who presents himself as a government agent at the airport, bypass immigration, move to a house or hotel that quickly feels like a prison, and are eventually pressured to leave the country.

For the Eritreans, it is from Rwanda to Uganda.

For Sudanese, it is from Uganda to South Sudan or Sudan.

The process appears designed not just to discard unwanted refugees, but to shield the Israeli, Rwandan, and Ugandan governments from any political or legal accountability. ...

 

 

Uganda to widen relief fraud investigation to UN staff, vows reforms [Reuters - 16/2/18]:

 

... The minister for relief, disaster preparedness and refugees, Hilary Onek, told a news conference: “We are investigating all, including the international community...whether there was connivance together with our staff.”

Asked whether that covered the U.N.’s World Food Programme (WFP) and the U.N.’s refugee agency, known as UNHCR, he said: “All of them are going under scrutiny.” ...

 

 

"These funds will go towards building a vocational training centre in Kyaka II refugee settlement in Uganda." More than $180,000 raised at 2017 Australia for UNHCR World Refugee Day Breakfast [Media Release - June 2017]

 

 

 

Australia for UNHCR National Director, Naomi Steer, led a small field mission to Uganda in August to visit some key field projects that Australia for UNHCR has initiated and funded. ... [Australia for UNHCR Field Mission - 2016]

 

 

Senior Labor MP Tony Burke rejects links to underground campaign that propelled Indonesian live exports crisis [Queensland Country Life - 6/6/16]:

 

... On June 8, 2011, the day after the Gillard government announced live cattle exports to Indonesia would halt for up to six months, Mr Burke’s now wife and former chief of staff Skye Laris spoke for GetUp! during a media conference at Parliament House in Canberra.

...

Ms Laris’ LinkedIn profile says she “delivered improvements to animal welfare and paused live exports when overseeing GetUp!'s live exports campaign which was the fastest growing online petition to date with more than 250,000 signatures in less than a week”.

After being the GetUp! communications and campaigns director to January 2012, it says she returned to the Labor camp to be chief of staff to then Employment Participation, Early Childhood & Child Care Minister Kate Ellis, until August 2012.

After that, Ms Laris took on leadership of digital campaigns for the Labor Party prior to the 2013 election campaign before becoming Chief Of Staff and Digital Director up to October 2015.

 

 

 

 

@Aussies4Refugees [20/1/18]:  "It is OUR policy" Bill Shorten Machiavelli behind re-opening #Manus #Nauru Bill Shorten, and signatory to illegal July 2013 PNG arrangement Mark Dreyfus, meet Israeli anti-refugee Labor politicians Avi Gabbay, Isaac Herzog [Oct 2017] ...

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [16/2/18]: Australian media jackals allow Machiavelli behind knifing of Rudd, then Gillard - which facilitated the current war of attrition against refugees - to take moral high ground.

 

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [15/2/18]:  "You can't have an education policy which is supposed to be about inclusion, about fairness, about compassion, if at the same time you deal nothing but cruelty to people who come here looking for a new way of life." ...

 

 

 197days of peaceful protest from East Lorengau refugees transit center. # Manus prison

 

 

Image: @sunosi3 [15/2/18]

 

 

@NickMcKim [15/2/18]: Here’s Labor voting with the Liberals and One Nation (yet again) to defend offshore detention.

 

 

National broadcaster begins another year of exploiting "good" and "useful" refugees, in order to delegitimise and dehumanise the "bad" refugees Australia pushes away and/or indefinitely imprisons. FUCK YOU ABC. [15/2/18]

 

 

@MahdiAlizada18 [15/2/18]: 30 Days of #Refugees protest in Balikpapan camp 4 #freedom. ... [Australian funded IOM concentration camp for Hazara refugees]

 

 

@Stranger4Ay [15/2/18]:  Day 30th. Peaceful protest 4 freedom Why nobody even think about us? Are we different? Are we not human? ...

 

 

@pashi1415 [15/2/18]:  Our peaceful protest has been taken long time, it is 30th days but we have not heard any hopeful responses yet. the authorities of IOM and Immigration frustrate us to get back to Afghanistan. we need your help please raise our voice ...#Balikpapan prison camp

 

 

Myanmar minister orders refugees to leave no man's land between Rakhine and Bangladesh [Frontier Myanmar - 12/2/18]

 

 

Refugee refoulement: Myanmar hands over list of 508 Hindus, 750 Muslims to Bangladesh [Hindustan Times - 14/2/18]

 

 

UN neither confirms or denies participation in the immenent refoulement of Rohingya refugees from Bangladesh to Myanmar, thus continuing to provide cover for Aung San Suu Kyi's genocide [Dhaka Tribune - 12/2/18]

 

 

The United Nations Special Envoy on Human Rights in Myanmar, also known as Burma, has claimed that Aung San Suu Kyi could be complicit in the systematic persecution of the Rohingya people, in what bears all the hallmarks of genocide. ... [Channel 4 - 14/2/18]

 

 

The fires in Myanmar [Counterpunch - 12/2/18]

 

 

Prominent Myanmar investigative journalist refuses to apologise in defamation case [Mizzima - 14/2/18]

 

 

Rohingya refugees sell aid to fund basic diet [Al Jazeera - 12/2/18]

 

 

@shafiur [11/2/18]:  Our world: Myanmar creates #rohingya refugees. Myanmar govt. takes over Rohingya rice fields. Myanmar exports highest volume of rice ever to Bangladesh in 2017-2018. Myanmar rice given as relief to Rohingya refugees.  

 

 

Our world: Australian company set to make out like bandits in the midst of a genocide. Refugees from this genocide attempt to reach safety, and Australia sets the regional example by pushing them back, imprisoning them, or trafficking them to Cambodia ---> Australian media continues helping Woodside obscure that its portfolio of exploration projects includes plunder in Myanmar and Timor Gap [Australian Financial Review - 14/2/18]

 

 

The New Colombo Plan is supported by Woodside [Australian Embassy Myanmar - 7/2/18]

 

 

I’m pleased to support the New Colombo Plan, which is helping the next generation of Australian business leaders obtain first-hand experience studying and interning in our region.

The skills these young Australians are gaining will be invaluable to Australia’s economic future – Peter Coleman, Woodside CEO and New Colombo Plan Business Champion. [DFAT - 13/6/17]

 

 

Australia's Border Force now stopping boats WITHIN Myanmar [Australian Embassy Myanmar - 15/2/18]

 

 

... a name in circulation, rightly or wrongly, is Kevin Rudd ... On Myanmar, UN Secretary General Guterres hasn't named Resident Coordinator yet [Inner City Press - 12/2/18]

 

 

Since 2008, Australia has resettled less than 500 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar.

We have pushed away, imprisoned and tortured 1,000s more. The impact of Australia's fanatical anti-refugee policies:  What "stopping the boats" means for people seeking asylum in our region [Academy of Social Sciences in Australia - 2016]

 

 

BALI PROCESS REINVIGORATED, SEEKS ANSWERS TO ROHINGYA CRISIS [17/4/2009]:

 

... We also told the Australian delegation that since the conference did not formally discuss the Rohingyas - originally slated to be the key point of the conference - that the AHG [Ad Hoc Group] mechanism should be pursued quickly to address this pressing issue.

Bringing Burma to the table was a major accomplishment, we acknowledged; however, we cannot wait for Burma to change its policy before discussing the Rohingya crisis.

This can be discussed without Burma.

Foreign Minister Steven Smith later approached us privately to assure us that Australia would press for the AHG mechanism to "be invoked soon to deal with the Rohingyas."

Australia announced at the conference its contribution of AD300,000 to care for the Rohingyas in Aceh.

IOM said the Dutch are promising a similar donation, perhaps conditional upon a U.S. donation. ...

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [8/12/17]:  "Helen Clark was a big supporter of Dessallien" Jonah Fisher BBC - June 2017 ...  

 

... Internal UN documents - shown to the BBC - said the organisation had become "glaringly dysfunctional", and wracked by internal tensions.

Late last year as tens of thousands of Rohingya fled rape and abuse at the hands of Burmese soldiers, the UN team inside Myanmar was strangely silent.

Ms Lok-Dessallien [UN Resident Coordinator for Myanmar] and her spokesman declined simple requests for information; and on one absurd occasion she visited the conflict area, but on her return refused to allow journalists to film or record her words at a press conference.

The BBC was told that on numerous occasions aid workers with a human rights focus were deliberately excluded from important meetings. ...

 

 

Ex-student arrested after 17 shot dead at Florida high school [Reuters - 15/2/18]:

 

... As a high school freshman, Cruz was part of the U.S. military-sponsored Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corp program at the school, according to Jillian Davis, 19, a recent graduate and former fellow JROTC member at Stoneman Douglas High. ...

 

 

Jewish sheriff at Florida shooting cites Talmudic verse as his motivation [Times of Israel - 15/2/18]:

 

... “My Jewish faith is a central part of my entire life,” the flier quotes Israel as saying.

“My late father Sonny Israel fought in the Korean War and became a police officer because he believed in the call from the Talmud that ‘Whoever saves one life saves an entire world.’ Those words guided my brother and I, as we also became police officers.” ...

 

 

Three people, including a police officer, were injured after authorities say a vehicle tried to enter the secure campus of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade on Wednesday morning.

Gunshots were fired during the incident, but officials say they do not believe any of the injuries resulted from gunfire. ... [10 News - 14/2/18]

 

 

US tells NATO allies spending plans still falling short [Reuters - 14/2/18]

 

 

US ‘Plan B’ for the Middle East and the occupation of a third of Syria’s territory – analysis [The Indicter - January 2018]

 

 

@CJTFOIR [12/2/18]:  An Iraqi army soldier and an Australian soldier point at targets in preparation of range activities at the Besmaya Range Complex, Iraq. The complex is one of many building partner capacity locations in Iraq. ...

 

 

United States continues bombing Syria and Iraq [Operation Inherent Resolve - 9/2/18]

 

 

Collateral Murder [WikiLeaks]

 

 

The scourging of Julian Assange [Counterpunch - 15/2/18]:

 

... WikiLeaks is and continues to be a thorn in their side and must be destroyed.

Which means that Julian Assange must be destroyed, a man who teaches us that believing you live in a free society and actually behaving as if you do is not the same thing. ...

 

 

I recently put the proposition, to a senior frontbencher in Federal Parliament, that the WikiLeaks horse had bolted, and that shutting down Julian Assange could not reverse a fundamental shift in the balance of power towards the citizens and away from the institutions that govern them.

His response was: ''The Catholic Church shut down Galileo for a hundred years. I think we can shut down Julian Assange.'' ... [Sydney Morning Herald - 13/1/11]

 

 

@JulianAssange [15/2/18]:  Lord Denning on the British legal tradition. ...

 

 

 

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