SPRING HILL VOICE

 

You can’t make a revolution in a counter-revolutionary party.

~ Jill Stein ~

 

 

Day 104 refugee protests, Nauru

 

 

Image:  ‏@elahe_zivardar [1/7/16]

 

 

 

[The] majority of the University of Technology male residential students lost all their personal belongings during the shock attack and burning down of school properties last Saturday night.

Unitech East Sepik Students Association president Andrew Wiavi said the male dormitories were ransacked by outsiders after students vacated the campus in fear.

This followed the hacking of their colleague. ... [PNG Loop - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

Court grants bail to 4 UPNG students charged with illegal use of a vehicle [The National – 30/6/16]

 



Church leaders in PNG call for PM to step aside [RNZI - 30/6/16]

 

 

 

The Government has secured a loan of US$500 million (around K1.5 billion) from an international financial institution to finance the 2016 national budget.

Treasurer Patrick Pruaitch yesterday said officials from the Department of Treasury and the Bank of Papua New Guinea “successfully negotiated and entered into an unsecured syndicated loan for up to US$500 million arranged by the leading international financial institution Credit Suisse AG”. ... [The National - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

Hundreds of public servants working in the Ipatas Centre, the provincial administration building in Wabag, dived for cover when a policeman allegedly opened fire using a rifle.

He fired at the building but no one was injured. 

The policeman was frustrated over the delay by the provincial administration to pay his allowance.

Enga police commander acting Superintendent George Kakas told The National yesterday the policeman was a member of a mobile squad based at Laiagam district. ... [The National - 1/7/16]

 

 

PNGDF unit needs specialist weapons: Director [The National - 1/7/16]

 

 

Six serving members of the Mobile Squad Special Service Division currently facing criminal charges for their alleged involvement in an armed robbery at the 2 Fast Motors dealership have been served their files. ... [PNG Loop - 30/6/16]

 

 

Silent black-and-white scenes, purported to be of Pol Pot’s visit to an East Zone rubber plantation in 1978, opened the Khmer Rouge tribunal hearing yesterday.

Defence lawyer Victor Koppe requested the short clip – featuring a fist-raising crowd and smiling cadre – be replayed for witness Meas Sourn, after he appeared to become “emotional” after viewing it the day before.

The footage, the defence claimed, “clearly” depicted a young Heng Samrin, a former Khmer Rouge official and current president of the National Assembly, months before he defected to the Vietnamese. ... [Phnom Penh Post - 1/7/16]

 

 

Trial shows promise of new PTSD treatment [Cambodia Daily - 1/7/16]:

 

... A separate study cited in the paper estimates that more than half of all Cambodians have mental health illnesses, with over 28 percent experiencing PTSD’s noxious mix of flash­backs, vivid nightmares and hyper-aroused emotional states.

Another study by the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health in 2005 found that more than 60 percent of Cambodian immigrants in the U.S. experienced symptoms of PTSD over the previous year, a rate 17 times higher than that of Americans in general—which the institute linked to the Cambodians’ experiences under the Khmer Rouge.

But among patients in the new study, the most common causes of the disorder were traffic accidents, domestic violence and sexual abuse.

“Many [traumatic] things happen here—not just in the past, but daily, every day. They happen a lot,” said Om Plaktin, president of EMDR Cambodia, the NGO behind the Mekong II Project, from which Rotate researchers drew patients and therapists.

“People don’t know much about psychology,” Mr. Plaktin said on Thursday.

“They don’t know how to protect themselves.” ...

 

 

 

A Hindu priest has been hacked to death at a temple in Bangladesh, police and senior administrative officials said.

Shaymanonda Das, 45, was killed on Friday in the Jhinaidah district, 300km south west of the capital, Dhaka. ... [Al Jazeera - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

Norfolk Island becomes an NSW regional council from today [RNZI - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

Hong Kong:  Pro-democracy rally sets off in the shadow of fear [The Standard - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

Xu Jiatun, Beijing’s former top man in Hong Kong who fled to US after Tiananmen, dies at 100 [South China Morning Post - 29/6/16]

 

 

 

Vietnam's government said toxic discharges from a Taiwanese-owned steel plant were responsible for massive fish deaths that have decimated tourism and fishing in four provinces and highlighted the risks of rapid growth in foreign investment.

An estimated 70 tonnes of dead fish washed ashore along more than 200 kilometres of Vietnam's central coastline in early April, sparking rare protests across the country after the Taiwan company denied any wrongdoing.

A government minister, Mai Tien Dung, told reporters on Thursday that Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corp, a subsidiary of Taiwan's Formosa Plastics Group, admitted it had caused the environmental disaster and has pledged $500 million to clean up the environment and compensate affected people, including helping fisherman to find new jobs. ... [Bangkok Post - 1/7/16]

 

 

Taiwan’s military said it mistakenly fired a supersonic anti-ship missile Friday that hit a fishing boat, killing one and injuring three people, on the day rival China was celebrating the Communist Party’s anniversary. ... [Japan Today - 1/7/16]

 

 

Japan, Russia to hold security talks Monday in Moscow [Japan Today - 1/7/16]

 

 

US opens investigation into Tesla after fatal crash in Autopilot mode [Reuters – 30/6/16]

 

 

 

Noam Chomsky, John Halle and a confederacy of lampreys: A note on lesser evil voting, Jeffrey St. Clair  [Counterpunch - 29/6/16]

 

 

 

Freo Safe Harbour Refugee Rally and walk. A 2016 World Refugee week event. A rally to establish Fremantle with pride as a place of safety for asylum seekers and refugees, and a walk through the heart of Freo in solidarity. [VIDEO - REZ NEZ FILMS - 26/6/16]

 

 

 

I do not consent to crimes against humanity as refugee policy.

 

Send the bastards a message that they'll understand:  VOTE INFORMAL.

 

 

Who's worse? ---> Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has linked asylum seekers with terrorism, insisting recent attacks overseas have made border security a key issue for voters at the election. ... [Canberra Times - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

"Opposition" Immigration Minister Richard "offshore is the single most important policy that any Australian government has made" Marles [30/6/16]:   Too many dogs and cats are living in misery, and too many animals are losing their lives – We must put a stop to it.

 

 

 

Marles leaps to Dutton's defence:  21 mins in --->  Wilkie MP moves censure of Immigration Minister [VIDEO - 22/2/16]

 

 

 

House of Representatives Hansard [22/2/16]:

 

... I am not going to preside over a situation where we have people self-harming to come to hospitals in this country because they believe that is the route out into the Australian community for Australian citizenship. ... [Dutton]

...

I have looked very closely at the motion and spoke with the minister, briefly, to get his recollection—and I, obviously, have my own recollection of what was said in here.

The motion suggests the minister said something he did not.

There is a principle in all of this that matters: that we get the facts right as we seek to debate this issue, that we be absolutely and forensically and passionately and zealously accurate about it, because we as a country are not going to resolve this issue so long as we make spin a part of how we go about this.

In circumstances where what the minister has said is a matter that is plainly on the record, we are not going to be voting for something that suggests something different. ... [Marles]

 

 

 

RT [30/6/16]:

 

The Australian government is creating unbearable conditions at its offshore processing centers to send a message to other migrants not to come to the country, Dr John-Paul Sanggaran, a medical officer, who worked at one of such facilities, told RT.

...

In the paper, Sanggaran compared his country’s refugee centers to the infamous CIA’s Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba.

Previously, the UN has labeled “illegal” Canberra’s asylum policies, which are among the toughest in the world.

Military-run coast guard ships are intercepting migrant boats while they're still at sea, sending those aboard to detention centers created outside of Australia to avoid the country’s laws.

Besides torture allegations, those are also long running accusations of sexual assault and child abuse at those camps.

However, there are some people in Australia who support those measures, with Sanggaran blaming the authorities for the rise of xenophobia.

“The way, in which our leaders are behaving, is completely reprehensible. The Minister for Immigration (Peter Dutton) came out and started to talk about what a burden the refugees would be and the cultural differences. It gives license and validity to bigots and racists and emboldens them to come out,” he said. <---  Especially when the so called opposition and crossbenchers agree, and/or are silent.

 

 

 

"DON'T FORGET WE ARE HUMAN BEINGS" ‏@racvictoria [30/6/16]:  49th day of peaceful protests on #Manus ...

 

 

 

‏@SuchNigel [30/6/16]:  Make them wonder how you're still smiling Protest in #Nauru  ...

 

 

 

A judge in Arizona unsealed photographs central to ongoing litigation challenging deplorable and unconstitutional conditions in Border Patrol’s short-term detention facilities in the Tucson Sector.

The never-before-seen-photos show the inside of facilities known as “hieleras” or ice-boxes—a term coined by those held in the frigid concrete cells. ... [American Immigration Council - 30/6/16]

 

 

 

Chicago:  Teenager takes street to ask Gutierrez to be champion for Father in sanctuary, call for moratorium on deportations [#NOT1MORE - 30/6/16]:

 

... In the wake of the Supreme Court decision that left the injunction in place blocking the expansion of deferred action programs that would’ve benefited millions, the Chicago protest is part of a national wave demanding that the current administration do more to protect immigrants targeted for removal and to dismantle ICE.

The participants are gathering at Gutierrez’s office because he was nominated by the Hillary Clinton campaign to participate in drafting the Democratic National Committee platform ahead of its convention later this month.

They point to previous comments from the Representative that add to the criminalization of undocumented Chicagoans and raise concerns that reforms to mass incarceration and previous contact with law enforcement will still exclude immigrants from the future reform proposals.

 

 

 

Like the sham Bali Process has protected Australia's exceptionalist, isolationist status, and condemned thousands of refugees in South East Asia to the UNHCR's "durable solutions" of indefinite detention, deportation, exile or death, this looks like another weasel word gabfest designed to deflect responsibility away from the United States ---> UNHCR High-Level Roundtable 6-7 July 2016: “Call to Action: Protection Needs in the Northern Triangle of Central America:

 

... The gathering is inspired by the Brazil Declaration and Plan of Action which was signed in 2014 by 28 countries and three territories of Latin America and the Caribbean and stresses the central importance of international cooperation in addressing protection challenges in Central America today.

 

 

 

The United States Congress’ decision to push through the PROMESA bill for Puerto Rico — seting up a federal control board to manage its economy and restructure its debt — has been widely heralded as a move to “rescue” the island from its crippling US$73 billion debt crisis.

But such celebratory framing of the bipartisan-backed PROMESA ignores the fact that critics are deeply concerned that the “colonial” bill is a pretext to undermine democracy in Puerto Rico while obscuring how U.S. policies toward the island fomented the debt disaster in the first place. ... [teleSUR - 30/6/16]

 

 

I, Snowbot [NYMag.com - 26/6/16]

 


Norwegian court rejects Edward Snowden lawsuit on free passage [Reuters – 27/6/16]

 

 

Uyghurs in Paradise [2009]:  Meet the Uyghur Muslims who were wrongly imprisoned in Guantanamo and are now caught between the rival superpowers of China and the USA. [Journeyman]

 

 

The Globe and Mail [28/6/15]:

 

... They are gone now.

The last man, a gregarious dreamer named Davut Abdurahim, left earlier this year.

Where the six men and their families went is a secret kept even from some of the country’s most senior leaders.

...

The men spoke only rarely of the nightmare that had brought them here – how they were taken into American custody after the U.S. military promised money to Afghans who turned in “enemies.”

“Listening to their stories was sort of surreal – biblical, to an extent,” said Mr. Tmetuchl. “The way they told it, they were sold as terrorists. All they were were merchants, or looking for jobs in Afghanistan.” ...

 

 


The migratory-Sri Lankan Oriental Dwarf Kingfisher that was targeted by crows, was rescued by animal lovers on Wednesday at Majiwada.

The male species of the monsoon migratory bird was found lying wounded near the gate of a call center in the city when two youths noticed it and reported it to the Wildlife Welfare Association (WWA). ... [Times of India - 24/6/16]

 

 

Australian woman Nguyen Thi Huong, 73, sentenced to death in Vietnam on heroin charges [Canberra Times – 1/7/16]

 

 

 

The CIA paid Romania "millions of dollars" to host secret prisons, a rights lawyer said Wednesday as the European Court of Human Rights heard accusations that Romania allowed the agency to torture terrorism suspects in a secret renditions program under President George W. Bush. ... [Yahoo - 30/6/16]

 

 

UN news outlet tied to bribe case denies link to Chinese officials [Reuters – 29/6/16]:

 

... The news of an alleged Chinese government link in the case came after Ashe, a former U.N. ambassador from Antigua and Barbuda who served as General Assembly president from 2013 to 2014, died in an apparent weight-lifting accident last week.

He was among seven people, including Ng, charged since October in what prosecutors say is an ongoing investigation into the scheme in which Ashe took $1.3 million in bribes from Chinese businessmen. ...

 

 

 

Kerry:  US intervening in more places than ever [The Atlantic - 28/6/16]:

 

... In short order, Kerry alluded to geopolitical challenges in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan, and Nigeria, among other places.

"The United States of America is more engaged in more places with greater impact today than at any time in American history,” he declared.

“And that is simply documentable and undeniable." ...

 

 

 

Bomb attack leaves woman dead, three children injured in Bahrain [Press TV - 1/7/16]

 

 

 

Yemen: Behind closed doors [Norwegian Refugee Council - 30/6/16]

 

 

Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch called on the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday to suspend Saudi Arabia from the U.N. Human Rights Council until a Saudi-led military coalition stops killing civilians in Yemen. ... [Reuters - 29/6/16]

 


Islamic State bombings in southern Yemen kill 38: medics [Reuters – 27/6/16]

 

 

 

Kenyan police are responsible for the disappearance of three men, including a human rights activist with the U.S.-based International Justice Mission, 10 local and international human rights groups say.

Dozens of lawyers in the Nairobi chapter of the Law Society of Kenya also protested the disappearance of the rights activist, who is a lawyer.

Evidence shows that human rights lawyer Willie Kimani, his client Josphat Mwenda and taxi driver Joseph Muiruri were abducted on June 23 while coming from court where Mwenda had been charged with possession of narcotics, the rights groups said. ... [Yahoo - 30/6/16]

 

 

 

The Ministry of Interior said 30 police cadets were killed and another 58 wounded in a twin Taliban bomb attack in Paghman district of central Kabul province.

The ministry in a statement said the newly-graduated police cadets were heading to Kabul from a training centre in central Maidan Wardak province when they came under attack on the Kabul-Kandahar highway in Qala-i-Haidar Khan area of Paghman district at around 11:30am. ... [Pajhwok - 30/6/16]

 

 

73 "Taliban insurgents" killed in Afghan, US forces airstrikes in Nuristan [Khaama - 30/6/16]

 

 

The Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has extended the stay of the Afghan refugees in Pakistan for another six months to allow them to stay legally until the end of this year.

The Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal said Wednesday “Today, Pakistan’s prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, ordered that the registration cards Afghan refugees carry have been extended for another six months.”

Zakhilwal further added that the cards held by the Afghan refugees granting them temporary legal stay was due to expire today.

He expressed concerns regarding the authorities in one Pakistani province have used the looming deadline to harass Afghan refugees.

Earlier, it was reported the police in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province have arrested and deported at least 500 Afghan refugees in recent days. ... [Khaama - 30/6/16]

 

 

Former residents of the Chagos Islands who were forcibly removed from their homeland more than 40 years ago have lost their legal challenge to return. ... [BBC - 29/6/16]

 

 

The Italian Senate voted on Wednesday to halt supplies to Egypt of spare parts for F16 warplanes in protest against the killing of Italian student Giulio Regeni earlier this year. ... [Reuters - 29/6/16]

 

Egypt arrests and deports Lebanese TV host Lilian Daoud [Al Jazeera -29/6/16]

 


Egypt bans activist from traveling to women's rights conference [Reuters – 27/6/16]

 

 

 

Hundreds march in Cairo, protest cancelled high school exams [Daily Star - 27/6/16]

 

 

A Palestinian was shot dead Thursday night by an Israeli civilian after allegedly carrying out a stabbing attack at a market in the Israeli coastal city of Netanya, which left two Israelis wounded, according to Israeli sources, making it the second incident to result in a Palestinian being killed following an attack in less than 12 hours. 

Israeli media reported that the unidentified Palestinian was shot and killed immediately following the attack after an armed Israeli civilian near the scene opened fire on the young man before Israeli security forces arrived.

...

A Palestinian teenager was also killed on Thursday morning in an illegal Israeli settlement in the southern occupied West Bank district of Hebron after carrying out an attack against a 13-year-old Israeli girl who later succumbed to her wounds, as one other Israeli was wounded in the case. ... [Maan - 30/6/16]

 

 

Family of children killed in 2014 war on Gaza submits complaint about weapons manufacturing company to War Crimes Unit in France [Maan - 30/6/16]

 

 

The Israeli Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday spoke with Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit regarding the possible expulsion of Arab MK Hanin Zoabi from the Knesset.

Netanyahu’s demand came following Zoabi’s condemnation of the continued Israeli crimes against Palestinians and calls for lifting Gaza siege.

“With her actions and lies she crossed every line and she has no place in the Knesset,” Netanyahu claimed. ... [PNN - 30/6/16]

 

 

Media concoct firestorm as Jeremy Corbyn launches anti-Semitism report [Electronic Intifada - 30/6/16]

 

 

First “boycott ban” case defeated in UK high court [Electronic Intifada - 30/6/16]

 

 

Israeli confiscation of land shows 440% increase in 2016 [PNN - 26/6/16]

 

 

Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Monday morning have opened fire on agricultural lands across the border fence in the Gaza Strip, while navy ships fired live rounds targeting fishing boats northwest of Gaza city. ... [PNN - 27/6/16]

 

 

In Denver, a woman has been fatally shot inside The Alliance Center by her estranged husband.

Fifty-three-year-old Cara Russell was the executive director of the Colorado Association for Recycling and the former mayor of Buena Vista, Colorado.

She had a restraining order and had recently filed for divorce.

Her ex-husband walked into The Alliance Center with a handgun on Tuesday and shot her, before killing himself.

She died later in the hospital.

Her murder comes after the massacre of 49 people in Orlando by Omar Mateen, who also had a history of domestic violence. [Democracy Now - 30/6/16]

 

 

FBI seeks to withhold public records on Orlando massacre [Democracy Now - 30/6/16]

 

 

Boston police captain's son indicted on new charges in alleged bomb plot [Reuters - 30/6/16]:

 

... Ciccolo, as known as Ali Al Amriki, was arrested in July 2015 after he received four firearms, including a Colt AR-15 rifle, from a witness who was cooperating with the Western Massachusetts Joint Terrorism Task Force.

The suspect was recorded saying he planned to set off pressure cookers filled with gun powder, nails and ball bearings in college cafeterias and other places where people congregate, prosecutors said. ...

 

 

A U.S.-backed Syrian Arab rebel force vowed on Thursday to continue attacks against Islamic State militants after being forced to retreat from the outskirts of a town near the Iraqi border when the jihadists counter-attacked.

The New Syria Army had launched an operation backed by U.S. bombers on Tuesday aimed at capturing the town of Al-Bukamal from Islamic State and cutting supply and communications lines for the group between Syria and Iraq.

They were forced to retreat to their base in al-Tanf in southern Syria on Wednesday after their troops were ambushed. ... [Reuters - 30/6/16]

 

 

US journalist survives probable drone strike in Syria [Middle East Eye - 29/6/16]

 

 

Mediator terminates efforts to free Japanese journalist held hostage in Syria [Japan Today – 29/6/16]

 

 

Eight suicide bombers attacked a Lebanese Christian village on Monday, killing five people and wounding dozens more, in the latest violent spillover of the five-year-old Syrian war into Lebanon.

Security sources said they believed Islamic State was responsible for the bombings in the village of Qaa on Lebanon's border with Syria, but there was no immediate claim of responsibility. ... [Reuters - 27/6/16]

 

 

 US-led airstrikes kill at least "250 ISIL fighters" fleeing Fallujah [USA Today - 30/6/16]

 

 

 

 

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