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‏@JulianAssange [26/5/17]:

 

(1/4) Talk that I have some kind of legally mandated gag are incorrect. Three laws apply.

 

(2/4) The 1951 Convention on Refugees under which Ecuador granted me refugee status. There are no limitations whatsoever.

 

(3/4) The Ecuadorian constitution which grants refugees "the full exercise of their rights".

 

(4/4) The 1954 Caracas Convention which prevents "interference" (e.g plotting a coup) in the internal politics of the UK and only the UK.

 

I am very sympathetic to the political and geopolitical pressures that every government faces. But the law only deals with the UK.

 

Ecuadorians can be confident that if WikiLeaks receives evidence of corruption in Ecuador it will be published.

 

 

Responding to comments from newly elected Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno warning Julian Assange not to ‘interfere’ in South American politics, WikiLeaks’ founder said Ecuador can be “confident” that any evidence of corruption will still be published. [RT - 26/5/17]

 

 

@JulianAssange [25/5/17]:  German expert: UK arresting #Assange's for seeking & receiving asylum is disproportionate [and also illegal] ...

 

 

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

 

 

The international media/community ought also consider why Australia's human rights establishment/legal fraternity/media and refugee "advocates" are seemingly oblivious to the pleas of illegally imprisoned men on Manus Island for asylum in New Zealand [RNZI - 26/5/17]

 

 

Political prisoner on Manus Island explains how Australian government's "shutdown" pantomime distracts from the July 2013 policy's end goal of exile without rights [RNZI - 19/5/17]

 

 

Australian human rights establishment and "advocates" seize on ASIO's response to Pauline Hanson's questions in Senate Estimates, thereby legitimising the ongoing surveillance, harassment and detention of refugees and asylum seekers [West Australian - 26/5/17]

 

  

A phonecall, a meeting, then indefinite detention: The refugees at the mercy of ASIO [Guardian - 28/11/15]:

 

... Ranjini was not judged to be a threat to national security.

She was granted a visa and released from detention in March 2011.

She settled in Mill Park in Melbourne, and met a man, an Australian citizen named Ganesh, also a Tamil, who had arrived in Australia in 2004.

They fell in love and married. But their lives changed on Thursday, 9 May, 2012.

The immigration department called.

A regular meeting scheduled for the next day had been brought forward to that afternoon.

The whole family was required to attend.

At that meeting, Ranjini was told she had been given an adverse security assessment.

She was to be taken into detention immediately and indefinitely.

Her sons were to be detained as well.

Ranjini was given five minutes to say goodbye to Ganesh before she and her sons were led away. ...

 

 

The laws that allowed this vicious abuse of justice, that allowed for indefinite detention without charge or trial, remain on foot and in fact, they grow stronger every day. ... [Letters For Ranjini - 13/11/15]

 

 

The man the Australian elite consider a hero. 

 

Quaedvlieg very interested in working with the UNHCR and IOM to push refugees back to Sri Lanka [Sunday Times - 19/5/17]

 

 

Guests honoured to hear from alumnus Roman Quaedvlieg APM, @ABFComm at our Prize Ceremony on Wednesday. ... @qutlaw [11/5/17]

 

 

Australia and Sri Lanka to enhance cooperation in subverting the Refugee Convention [Colombo Page - 26/5/17]:

 

President Maithripala Sirisena assured that his government is totally committed to support the campaign against human smuggling and sea piracy.

He said that Sri Lanka would extend fullest cooperation to the efforts taken to enhance maritime security.

The President made this statement when the Australian Defense Minister Marise Payne called on him at the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney, on Thursday.

Ms Payne thanked the President for excellent cooperation extended to Australia for curbing human smuggling and added that the cooperation could be further extended.

President Sirisena said that drug smuggling has also become a major threat to many countries and emphasised the need for broad international cooperation to eliminate that menace.

Defense Minister, explaining the experience gained by the Australian Navy over the years to prevent drug smuggling, said the drug smugglers use the profits to fund terrorist organizations and it is a major problem to law and order in many countries.

Hence Australia is willing to closely cooperate with Sri Lanka in this field and provide every possible assistance to Sri Lanka Navy and Coast Guard, Ms Payne assured the President.

Australia currently provides training to military cadets from Sri Lanka, and the Defense Minister acceded to the President's request to expand training facilities to include middle-level and senior military officers.

Minister John Amaratunga, Deputy Ministers Harsha de Silva, Ajith P. Perera, and the High Commissioner Somasundaram Skandakumar participated on this occasion.

 

 

A superb ton from the opener sets Australia on course before left-hander finishes the job in warm-up match against Sri Lanka at The Oval ... [cricket.com.au - 26/5/17]

 

 

India dispatches relief ship for flood victims, another due tomorrow [Daily Mirror - 26/5/17]

 

 

A 37-year- old SLAF airman, YMS Yaparathna, who had fallen off a helicopter while conducting a rescue operation at the Neluwa area in Galle yesterday morning, passed away due to the abdominal injuries he sustained in the fall at around 8.30pm yesterday, hospital sources confirmed. ... [Daily Mirror - 27/5/17]

 

 

Heavy floods and landslides triggered by the worst rainfall since 1970s have killed over 90 people and left 110 missing in Sri Lanka, officials said today, warning the situation could get worse.

Over 20,000 people have been displaced in seven districts as the south western monsoon caused havoc, destroying hundreds of homes and cutting off several roads. ... [The Hindu - 26/5/17] 

 

 

Pacific Partnership 2017 makes inaugural mission stop in Sri Lanka - nowhere to be seen today [US Navy - 7/3/17]:

 

... "The United States is ready to help Sri Lanka respond more quickly to humanitarian challenges, and the Sri Lankan people are able to share their valuable lessons learned from past natural disasters," said U.S Ambassador Atul Keshap.

"This is a partnership in the truest sense." ...

 

 

Sri Lankan peacekeepers accused of running child sex ring in Haiti [Hindustan Times - 26/5/17]:

 

... Eight years after Sri Lanka’s war ended in 2009, people who have fled the country are increasingly coming forward to give horrific accounts of camps where they say they were gang-raped.

One woman said in testimony shared with the AP that she was kidnapped by masked men, taken to what she believes was an army camp, and repeatedly raped.

One of her tormentors was brought to the room she shared with four other women.

“He was asked to take his pick,” she told the International Truth and Justice Project.

“He looked around and chose me. And took me to another room and raped me.”

She identified him from a series of photographs.

The AP found that the soldier, an officer, went on to become a UN peacekeeper. ...

 

 

Former Immigration Minister Tony Burke says he knew nothing about a Sri Lankan military commander being made a manager at the Manus Island detention centre.

Human rights activists are outraged that Dinesh Perera was hired at the facility which houses 30 Tamil asylum seekers, saying it showed a "callous disregard" for the experiences of many detainees.

But Mr Burke, who was immigration minister in the second Rudd government, said recent reports were the first he heard of Mr Perera's appointment.

"I understand ... it's not an appointment that's made by government, it's an appointment that was made by (centre operator) G4S," he told reporters in Canberra on Tuesday. ... [Nine MSN - 25/2/14]

 

 

After receiving further pressure from Mullaitivu police earlier this week to submit a list of the names of the dead that were carved on stones as part of a Mullivaikkaal event last week, Tamil civil society activist and programme director of Adayaalam Centre for Policy Research (ACPR) Father Elil has now been asked by police for the addresses of those names on the list. ... [Tamil Guardian - 26/5/17]

 

 

@TamilGuardian [23/5/17]:  Protest on political prisoners underway in front of Fort stn in #Colombo

 

 

Tamil Civil Society Forum calls on Sri Lanka to confront Sinhala Buddhist nationalism and end attacks on Muslims [Tamil Guardian - 23/5/17]

 

 

Border Guard Police (BGP) burnt down 8 Rohingya houses in middle village of Kyang daung, Buthidaung on 24th May 2017, according to eyewitnesses.

Brutal incident occurred when a group of BGP personals arrived at the village and destructed roofs of 8 Rohingya houses, which were later burnt down at 2 PM. ... [Rohingya Vision - 26/5/17]

 

 

@nslwin [24/5/17]: 

 

 #Maungdaw district Education Department Head forced 3 #Rohingya school headmasters & a senior clerk to sign a bond on May 24th, 2017. --cont

 

 "We will shave off our beard not later than May 25th, 2017" this has written in the bond and 4 #Rohingya senior staff were forced to sign.

 

 

A "stirring documentary about ethnic cleansing in action" [Yahoo - 24/5/17]:

 

... Rather than "question him like a journalist", Schroeder just let the monk talk as he did with the other subjects of his "Trilogy of Evil", which began with "General Idi Amin Dada" in 1974 and includes his 2007 film "Terror's Advocate" about the French lawyer Jacques Verges, who defended Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie and Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic.

"If you wait long enough, slowly the truth would come out," Schroeder said.

"That is what I did with Idi Amin and Jacques Verges."

"When he lied I'd say, 'Tell me more, how interesting... So the Rohingya burn their own houses so they can get money from the United Nations...'"

"For me one of the most shocking moments is when he says they destroy their own houses, and then you see a crowd of maybe 3,000 people fleeing their burning homes. It's nightmarish."

In another telling scene Wirathu, leader of the Buddhist nationalist 969 movement, is shown watching Muslims being beaten to death in Meiktila near Mandalay in 2013, a month after he gave an anti-Muslim speech there.

Schroeder said the monk had returned "all peace and love" to the town to call for calm, "but he was at least indirectly responsible for what was happening."

"Wirathu said all this happened because a monk was killed by the Muslims. But I read the pamphlet that sparked the riots and it sounded very much like his speeches and that he could have written it." ...

 

 

Why is the US Ambassador to Burma paying 'respects' to an Islamophobic Buddhist monk? [Alternet - 21/4/16]

 

 

After 7 months, UNHCR says something about the 1,000s of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh [News4Europe - 24/5/17]

 

 

A coalition of human rights groups on Thursday called for the closure of several immigration detention centers in Georgia, citing the recent deaths of two detainees. 

“We need to shut these detention centers down. America is not going to imprison its way out of fixing the immigration problem,” said Lovette Kargbo Thompson, Atlanta organizer for Black Alliance for Just Immigration. ... [The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - 25/5/17]

 

 

ACLU sues US Department of Homeland Security over hunger strikes at immigration detention centres [Daily Report - 25/5/17]:

 

... The ACLU said it filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., after ICE refused to relinquish documents related to hunger strikes by detainees incarcerated while awaiting deportation.

"Despite the stonewalling, cases have come to light that show hunger strikers being subjected to extraordinarily punitive treatment like force-feeding and solitary confinement," said Carl Takei, an attorney with the ALCU's National Prison Project.

"We want to know just how widespread the abuse is."

...

Takei said the ACLU also is seeking information as to whether detainees on hunger strike are being disciplined.

One Texas detention facility, he said, has a policy "that lays out a road map for collective punishment" not only for detainees who engage in "food strikes" but for anyone inside the detention facility who supports them. ...

 

 

Why don’t they just get in line? There is no line for many unauthorised immigrants [American Immigration Council - 12/8/16]

 

 

As political prisoners approach their 4th year of being subjected to the "durable solution" of indefinite detention (with the silent consensus of Australian law societies) ---> More details of the Nauru dictatorship's dismissal of the judiciary emerge [Guardian - 26/5/17]

 

 

 

Image: @AmbCefkin  [5/12/16]

 

 

... When Pacific Standard reached out to Nauru Ambassador Judith Cefkin for her thoughts on the refugee camp conditions, she sent back only a boilerplate response:

“We encourage all countries to work with the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees to find durable solutions for refugees and asylum seekers.” ... Nauru: A ‘Human Dumping Ground’, Julie Morse [Pacific Standard - 12/4/16]

 

 

... "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]

 

 

Australian government continues UNHCR-supported efforts to outwit its political prisoners on Manus Island with lies and sadistic mind games [Reuters - 26/5/17]:

 

... "As Manus Refugee Processing Center is closing, interviews at the RPC will cease," Papua New Guinea immigration authorities said in the notice.

"Interviews in other locations in PNG are being arranged and you will not need to return to Manus Island."

Parts of the facility will be closed as early as Sunday, the notice added, but did not specify when the locations would be changed.

Australian and PNG authorities did not immediately respond to Reuters' requests for comment on Friday. ...

 

 

If you cannot see this "US deal" sideshow is bullshit, then you are stupid, and beyond help.

 

 

Outsourced US Homeland Security summer vacation clerks inspect and interrogate illegally held prisoners on Manus Island as part of ongoing fictional Obama-Australia "deal" sideshow [ABC - 14/2/17]

 

 

Australia's political prisoners on Manus Island ask New Zealand for asylum - why isn't the Refugee Council, UNHCR, Amnesty or the Human Rights Commission helping them?  And where is the international solidarity from organisations such as MSF, Refugees International or the Norwegian Refugee Council? [SBS - 24/5/17]

 

 

New York based Kevin Rudd gets his ego stroked as the Australian media censor the final solution outcome of his illegal and unconstitutional July 2013 anti-refugee deal. ---> Liquidation of Australia's illegal refugee prison on Manus Island continues under watchful guidance of a silently complicit UNHCR [PNG Loop - 25/5/17]

 

 

The song 'Sorry Johnny It's Time To Go' - by David 'Billy' Baillie's band 'Suffering County received constant airplay on Brisbane's 4ZzZ radio station in the leadup to the 2007 election.

There was even a video which has strangely disappeared down the memory hole ...

Perhaps Stephen Stockwell knows where it is?

 

Sorry about the wharfie's strike in '97, when you sent in the dogs on instructions from heaven

Sorry about the tax known as the G.S.T., you promised us it would never be

Sorry about the alliance with your mate Bush, and the war in Iraq which you did push

Sorry about the weapons of mass destruction

Sorry about David Hicks, and your inaction

Well I'm sorry you believed C.I.A. misinformation, and I'm sorry you used the policies of One Nation

Sorry about the children overboard,

Sorry about the invading terrorist hordes,

Well I'm sorry about the Pacific Solution, and I'm sorry about all them little kids in detention

I'm sorry you put us on Bin Laden's list, and now you've gone and got every muslim pissed

I'm sorry you introduced new police powers, I'm sorry civil liberties disappear by the hour

Well I'm sorry you couldn't keep interest rates low, I'm sorry you never signed Kyoto

I'm sorry the polls are at an all time low

Well I'm sorry Johnny, but it's time to go

Sorry you made it easy to get the sack, and sorry you made it impossible to get them back

Sorry we have to daily suffer your TV ads full of lies and deceit, now that makes us mad

Sorry we have to pay for them too

Sorry about the millions wasted on you

Sorry we have to listen to how great you've been, every bloody day on our TV screens!

And I'm sorry you're so scared of the youth of today, you can't even face them on Triple J

Sorry you forgot we're all refugees, who've become part of this great land, like meat pie and peas

Sorry about the plight of the Sudanese, sorry you treat them like some infectious disease

Sorry about the unions you love to bash, when they're made up of tax-paying Mums and Dads

Sorry to the original owners of this land, you sent in the army when all they need is a hand

Sorry you don't get too much sleep at night, worried sick about their black babies plight

Sorry little Amanda had to go, was it your chance of re-election that she might blow?

Sorry Johnny, you've had a good innings, it might be time to cash in your winnings

Sorry, at the end, Bradman went out for a duck, and thanks to Maxine, you're all out of luck

Well sorry Johnny, but it's OK, 'cos history will have its say

About all the great deeds, that you have done, but I'm awfully fucking sorry, I can't think of none

The word is "sorry" if you just stop and THINK.......

 

 

Indigenous and human rights groups have condemned the Senate's rushed passing of new laws extending the intervention in remote Northern Territory areas. ... [ABC - 29/6/12]

 

 

Constitutional recognition rejected by Indigenous leaders, calls for treaty instead [ABC - 26/5/17]

 

 

A group of delegates have walked out of the national First People’s summit to discuss constitutional recognition stating, “we won't sell out our mob”.

At least seven delegates from Victoria and Dubbo, along with a large group of supporters, walked out from the Referendum Council’s talks on constitutional recognition, claiming the process was fraught with danger.

Speaking to reporters minutes after walking out of the convention hall, Jenny Munro condemned the Referendum Council’s efforts to support constitutional recognition.

"It's not a dialogue, it's a one-way conversation. Every time we try and raise an issue our voices are silenced," she said. ... [NITV - 25/5/17]

 

 

Video showing Queensland police arresting an Aboriginal teenager sparks another review [NITV - 26/5/17]:

 

Queensland police have launched a review after a video emerged online of a group of officers physically detaining a distressed Aboriginal teenager in Cairns, as a crowd of onlookers calls on them to stop.

Police claim they suspected Dylan O'Connor had received stolen goods after he was handed a bag.

Mr O'Connor told NITV in a written statement the reason this was a problem was because the man who handed him the bag was an African male.

"Walking with my mates to Woolworths in the city, Cairns police officers arrested me because it looked suspicious that a bag was handed to me by an African male," Dylan said.

"They checked my bag and of course it wasn't stolen, it was my property, the police officers began to grab me and force my arm into a uncomfortable position and arrested me. After being in the paddy wagon for 15 minutes two different officers came to me and said they were sorry for the whole situation it was a mistake and I was free to go."

Dylan also posted his version of events and video taken by an onlooker on Facebook.

...

A spokesman for Cairns police told NITV News in a statement: "Police were investigating suspected stealing offence - however due to insufficient evidence, the person detailed was not charged."

The police spokesman did not explain the reason police first suspected Dylan, but said police had been trying to contact him to see if "he had any concerns regarding the actions of the officers."

Dylan says the police have not contacted him. 

He also said there would be a review of the officers body worn cameras footage of the incident.

Dylan accused the officers of bullying tactics.

"This isn't acceptable I am 17. Useless bullies hiding behind the uniform they wear to serve and protect."

 

 

Queensland police get more power [MYGC - 25/5/17]

 

 

Police Powers and Responsibilities (Commonwealth Games) Amendment Bill 2017

 

 

A man who allegedly caused a double fatality when he crashed a stolen ute after a series of police pursuits has been charged with a string of offences.

Raymond Lomas, 33, was allegedly driving a 4WD ute on Thursday morning when he ran a red light at a major intersection of the Princes Highway in St Peters.

Moments later the ute ploughed into a car, killing two workmates aged 49 and 62.

The man tried to flee before being brought down by police dogs, police say.

The stolen ute was pursued by police three times in the 30 minutes before it slammed into the car at 4.30am, police say. ... [Nine MSN - 26/5/17]

 

 

“Imagine you have a home, and it’s taken. The friends and relatives who you grew up with are killed. There’s no way you can say everything is OK. You need to speak about what’s happening.  

“I could have stayed silent and not said anything, and maybe stayed in the country and still been there today. But that’s not the person I am.”

 

 

Mutasim Ali - Israel's only Darfuri refugee [The Jewish Chronicle - 25/5/17]:

 

... “The conditions in Holot – basically, they make life miserable for asylum seekers,” he says.

“They break the spirit of asylum seekers, so they will leave Israel.  

“You just eat and sleep, and there’s nothing to do. There was no education. There was nothing to fill the gap in the daily routine. We were in the middle of nowhere, so there was nowhere we could go.”  

Repeatedly, the Israeli government told the Holot inmates that it would give them $3,500 to leave Israel.

That offer would not always be there, the officials added: best take it up while you can.

Many inmates took the money and returned to Africa: of the 36,000-40,000 asylum seekers who were in Tel Aviv until recently, most have now left.

Many of those were subsequently imprisoned or killed.  

Ali, meanwhile, stayed in Holot, and began organising language classes and sports programmes for the other inmates.

“If I’m given the option to go back to Khartoum right now, or to stay in Holot, I’d definitely stay in Holot,” he says.   

“I still remember when I was in solitary confinement in Khartoum. I have flashbacks sometimes about that. It wasn’t an easy experience.”

Eventually, working together with his NIF lawyer, he was released from Holot and granted refugee status.

He is now pursuing a law degree in Ramat Gan.

He intends to use this legal knowledge to advocate for the people of Darfur, and to fight on behalf of asylum seekers in Israel.  ...

 

 

39 days of Palestinian hunger strike:  Dozens hospitalised as supporters fast around the world [Samidoun - 25/5/17]

 

 

4 year-old Palestinian injured after being hit by Israeli settler vehicle [Maan - 25/5/17]

 

 

3 Palestinians detained in wake of Huwwara clashes, settler who killed 1 remains free [Maan - 25/5/17]

 

 

A Palestinian man who was shot by Israeli forces on Tuesday after he allegedly stabbed an Israeli police officer in the Israeli city of Netanya, succumbed to his wounds on Thursday. 

The Palestinian Ministry of Health said in a statement that it was informed by the Palestinian liaison that 45-year-old Muhannad Abd al-Rahman, who was initially reported to be 44 years old, had succumbed to his wounds.

Abd al-Rahman was a resident of the northern occupied West Bank city of Tulkarem, and was shot and detained after he stabbed an Israeli police officer in the neck, lightly wounding the officer. 

Israeli police initially reported that Abd al-Rahman sustained "moderate" wounds. ... [Maan - 25/5/17]

 

 

Israeli forces assault Palestinians, international activists in Sarura protest camp [Maan - 25/5/17]

 

 

17 students from Harvard University last week finished their 10-day trek in Palestine, where they learned about different topics relating to politics, economy, health care and more.

The trek, lead by graduate Harvard students, was organized by Lajee cultural Center and 1for3 non-profit organization. ... [PNN - 25/5/17]

 


A civilian was killed in an IED blast that took place, southeast of Baghdad, a police source said on Thursday.

Speaking to AlSumaria News, the source said a bomb planted under a car driven by a civil servant exploded while passing at Jisr Diyala region, southeast of Baghdad, causing his immediate death. ... [IraqiNews.com - 25/5/17]

 

 

Iraqi Popular Mobilisation Units seize Yazidi prison in Qairawan, west of Mosul [IraqiNews.com - 25/5/17]

 

 

Minister says more than 8,000 refugees "repatriated" in Nineveh in 3 days [IraqiNews.com - 25/5/17]

 

 

Iraqi Federal Police forces used bulldozers on Thursday to remove barricades and open exit routes for civilians out of western Mosul’s, Islamic State-held Old City. ... [IraqiNews.com - 25/5/17]

 

 

US confirms more than 100 Mosul civilians killed in March airstrike [RUDAW - 25/5/17]

 

 

 

A man cries over the body of family member killed in an airstrike in west Mosul on March 17. Photo: Aris Messinis/AFP

 

 

Iraq’s interior ministry has formed a committee to investigate “cases of human rights violations in Nineveh by the rapid reaction forces,” days after a renowned Kurdish photographer from Khanaqin published photos in a prominent German magazine along with his witness testimony of alleged torture, rape and murders during the Mosul offensive. ... [RUDAW - 25/5/17]

 

 

US military failed to monitor over $1 billion in arms transfers to Iraq [RUDAW - 25/5/17]

 

 

Syrian Army liberates roads between Damascus, Palmyra [AMN - 25/5/17]

 

 

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