SPRING HILL VOICE

 

 

Where is Hodan?


... One day we'll dance on their graves


One day we'll sing our freedom


One day we'll laugh in our joy


And we'll dance ...

 

'They Dance Alone (Cueca Solo)', Sting [1987]

 

 

 

Two refugees set themselves alight in Australia’s Nauru detention centre [WSWS - 4/5/16]:

 

... The self-immolations came just days after the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Supreme Court ruled that the Australian-run Manus Island centre violated the PNG constitution’s ban on the unlawful deprivation of liberty.

The Australian government has defied that ruling, insisting that the PNG government must not shut down the facility, highlighting Canberra’s flouting of both domestic and international law, which recognises the right of refugees to seek asylum without being punished or persecuted for doing so.

Yasi, who was reportedly sent to Nauru as a 16-year-old child three years ago, is being treated in a Brisbane hospital for “critical injuries” after being airlifted from Nauru.

Reports from Nauru suggest she has severe burns to 70 percent of her body, with her upper body and face most badly affected.

The teenager was returned to Nauru less than a week ago, having been brought to Australia last November after being seriously injured in a motorcycle accident.

Early last Wednesday morning, guards forcibly dragged her, screaming in protest, out of a Brisbane immigration facility. ...

 

 

@GraffitiExpert [23/3/17]:  Pari still being punished 1yr after Omid's self-immolation protest against Aus anti-refugee policy ...

 

 

Questions linger after mysterious death of wife of Nauru's Justice Minister [ABC - 24/2/16]:

 

... Madelyn Adeang, the wife of the country's powerful Justice Minister, was found burnt to death in the garden of her home in April 2013. ...

 

 

... It’s unusual that they [Connect Consortium - who run "settlement" services for refugees exiled on Nauru] haven’t encountered any allegations of rape or sexual assault, because there are many.

Such as the story of Beth, a young Ethiopian refugee who was released into the Nauruan community in May.

Allegedly Beth, whose name I have changed, was sitting on the beach with some other Ethiopian women when local men gave her a drink.

Beth began to feel woozy, before being dragged into bushes by two or three men and raped.

They then poured fuel on her and set her alight. I have seen photographs of her after the assault.

Her left breast is so badly burnt that the skin has blackened and lifted from the flesh. 

As a result of the rape, Beth became pregnant. A solemn Christian, the thought of abortion appalled her but she decided to go through with it.

Beth was flown to Brisbane for the termination where, not long after, she attempted to hang herself with a bed sheet.

She is now back on Nauru. 

...

These are not isolated incidents. I have another letter, also written by a Somali woman, who recounts a similar story. Sarah, whose name I have also changed, was offered a lift by a man at the supermarket’s bus stop.

“In car, man said I have to get something from my home first. When we got there dogs came out barking. Man said get out of car, dogs won’t hurt you. Dogs came close to attacking me. I asked him to call dogs away. He said get inside the house – they don’t know you – if you go inside they think you are part of family.

“I went inside. Dogs came in too. Man took off all his clothes and showed me his private parts. I wet my pants and soiled my pants. This is reason I left Somalia – this fear of rape – I see it happen to many. Then he said I don’t care and hit my face very hard. He said dogs will kill you if you don’t suck my private part. Then I have no choice.”  ... [The Saturday Paper - 22/8/15]

 

 

Politician from pro-torture, refugee "breaking" ALP writes to so called Justice Minister about Pinochet era suspect [Sydney Morning Herald - 25/6/17]:

 

... Rivas was officially employed by DINA head General Manuel Contreras, for a time the second most powerful man in Pinochet-era Chile, who died in 2015 while serving a 500-year sentence for his offences.

In recent years, witnesses and suspects have said that Rivas was actively involved in torture and kidnapping at the Simon Bolivar Barracks in Santiago.

In a 2014 interview with SBS, Rivas denied the accusations but expressed support for Contreras and described torture as "necessary" in context to break people's silence "because communists are closed-minded".

"And do you think that the US does not do the same? The whole world does it. Silent, underground, but they do it. This is the only way to break the people. Because psychologically, there is no method. There isn´t an injection – like in the movies – to make you tell the truth. It doesn't exist," she said. ...

 

 

This is breaking people: Human rights violations at Australia’s asylum seeker processing centre on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea [Amnesty - December 2013]

 

 

Government must act on extradition request for alleged murderer and torturer [Senator Penny Wright - 22/6/15]:

 

... Lorena is in Australia to lobby the Australian government, and gain support from Australians from all walks of life, for the extradition of a woman called Adriana Rivas, who lives in Sydney.

There are serious allegations that Ms Rivas was intimately involved in horrific crimes 40 years ago in support of the actions of the military dictator Pinochet during Chile's coup from 1973 to1990.  

It is alleged that Adriana Rivas was part of the National Intelligence Directorate's Lautaro Brigade, whose purpose was to eliminate those who opposed the government.

Witnesses allege that part of her job was to extract confessions from prisoners before they were murdered. ...

 

 

Australian media attempts to rehabilitate another refugee concentration camp profiteer during Refugee Week whitewashing [SBS - 25/6/17]

 

 

There will never be enough refugee driving lessons to ameliorate the evil these NGOs support - and participated in ---> Salvos misplace moral compass on way to Nauru, Bruce Haigh [Canberra Times - 21/12/12]

 

 

Salvation Army urged Tamil asylum seeker imprisoned on Manus Island to go home because "You will never live in Australia" [The Age - 23/2/16]

 

 

"There are dodgy ones and whatever": Operation Babylift poster child on the inevitability and righteousness of Australia's anti-refugee policy [Canberra Times - 22/6/17]

 

 

There is no opposition:  Politicians who imprison and exile refugees have forfeited their right to opine on matters of citizenship and rule of law

 

... I was a Staff Sergeant in the South African Police during and after the Apartheid era and I can honestly say, hand on heart, that I have never witnessed the injustice and ill-treatment of human beings that I witnessed at Bravo Camp, RPC Nauru.  ... [Under the Gillard-Rudd-Burke administrations]

 

2015 Nauru Senate Inquiry, Submission 98

 

 

Minister Tony Burke torments asylum seekers during his tour of Nauru concentration camp. [DIAC - July 2013]

 

 

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]

 

 

... Immigration Minister Tony Burke says those responsible will be subject to the criminal laws of Nauru and could face severe penalties.

He has hinted that he could cancel or refuse a visa for those involved in the riots on the grounds of character.

"And now I can't prejudge that test before individual applications come to me, if I do it simply creates a legal problem with the possible overturning of my decision," he said.

"But I don't think it would take much guessing for people to work out how incidences like what we've seen overnight in Nauru reflect on character."  ... [ABC - 21/7/13]

 

 

Nauru Senate Inquiry Public Hearing [20/8/15]:

 

... Senator HANSON-YOUNG: In relation to the issue of zipping, can you explain to the committee how you know about that? You have described it in quite a bit of detail. Did you see that occur yourself?

Mr Nichols [Guard on Nauru under the Gillard-Rudd-Burke administrations]: I did not actually see the action occur but I have had numerous conversations with people known to me with regard to it: that members of the ERT had secured asylum seekers to their beds with zip ties, cable ties, and thrown them into the air.

This occurred after the riots.

Personally, I believe it to be retribution. …

 

 

Australian guards jest about shooting refugee ‘c*nts’ and ‘f*ckers’ on Nauru [under the Gillard-Rudd-Burke administrations] [RT - 14/8/15]

 

 

Asylum seekers' convictions for July 2013 riots overturned by Nauru court [ABC - 24/8/15]

 

 

Asylum seeker falsely accused of assault by Nauru guard [Brisbane Times - 21/8/15]

 

 

SUBMISSION 71 (and 71.1):  2015 Senate Inquiry Recent Allegations relating to Conditions and Circumstances at the Regional Processing Centre in Nauru:

 

... a Wilson's guard (name withheld) with a vendetta against a male asylum seeker at camp 2, is on record admitting that he staged being beaten by the asylum seeker to get him back.

I'm not sure if the asylum seeker was charged but concrete evidence of the 'set up' has been passed on to the NPF and no action has been taken.

The Wilson's guard involved in this incident is now in a promoted position on island.

...

There is an audio recording in Wilson's possession (and that of others) of the staff member in question, confessing to "stitching up" the asylum seeker in question.

The audio also includes a detailed recount of the Wilson staff member's actions during the incident which included "pulling him down on me" and punching himself in the face so as to appear assaulted.

This audio and the subsequent investigation report which highlighted the staff member's illegal actions, including perjury, have been in Wilson's possession for over 3 months with the staff member in question still employed.

Furthermore, the NPF were not made aware of the audio recording while the asylum seeker remained on charges and in police custody.

Both sides of the issue were only presented to the NPF in the form of witness statements pertaining to the alleged assault perpetrated by the asylum seeker.

The audio was never presented to the NPF for consideration, nor were the actions of the Wilson staff member raised with the NPF for investigation.

Even without the audio evidence, the Magistrate eventually found in favor of the defendant but this was only after a prolonged period in custody in the Nauruan gaol which could have been avoided if Wilson's acted honestly and in the Asylum Seeker's best interests. ...

 

 

Submission 79 2015 Nauru Senate Inquiry:  ... I observed a direct correlation between DIBP messaging and self-harming and protest by asylum seekers. ...

 

 

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]

 

 

Sydney: Homeless camp evicted again from Martin Place as Senator Lee Rhiannon savaged by media luvvies and her own party [Yahoo - 24/6/17]:

 

... The ABC reports that at least 60 people live in the camp under the former Westpac building and opposite the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Dump truck, police and council workers worked to remove the makeshift camp, where the homeless have been sleeping for months and where they had set up infrastructure like a 24-hour kitchen.

Before the workers moved in on Saturday morning, a City of Sydney representative walked through handing out a letter to the people there describing the camp as a "public nuisance".

"The accumulation of items in Martin Place, including a barbecue, gas bottles, tents, food and other items has been determined to be a public nuisance as it materially affects the reasonable comfort and convenience of other users of Martin Place," said the letter, written by David Riordan, director of city operations.

NSW Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon has spoken out against the move on her Facebook page.

"Sydney City Council 'cleansing' big end of town so rich people, bankers, politicians are not embarrassed by growing homeless numbers," she posted.

 

 

Several concrete barricades have been erected in Sydney's Martin Place, just outside the Lindt Cafe, as part of ongoing security reviews and work to defend public spaces from any threats.

A City of Sydney spokesperson told the ABC more barricades or bollards will be rolled out to other stages in Martin Place over the coming weeks.

The installation of the barricades was on the advice of NSW Police and state emergency services to block vehicle access. ... [ABC - 23/6/17]

 

 

Sydney police officer filmed allegedly pushing homeless man against traffic pole [Nine MSN - 23/6/17]

 

 

Police stay silent in trial over eight-year-old Aboriginal boy locked in wagon [ABC - 23/6/17]:

 

... Detective Chief Inspector Cameron Lindsay told the court the two accused men declined to be interviewed by investigating officers on legal advice.

The case has been adjourned until September 13, when it is likely a verdict will be delivered.

 

 

... When the boys mother saw him climb out of the back of the wagon she was emotional and angry.

‘I cried, I was screaming,’ she said.

‘I was yelling this is not right, why did you do this to my child.’

Sergeant Childs said when he opened the police vehicle for the boy to get out, a fan in the rear caged section was on, but in his taped police interview played as evidence, the boy said it was off.

Both Sgt Childs and the boy’s mother said he was red in the face when he got out of the wagon.

In his taped interview, which was played because he declined to give evidence via videolink from a remote room, the boy said he was hot and tired while in the police vehicle.

‘There’s a little hole down the bottom,’ he said.

‘I breathed through it.’

When asked why, the boy replied ‘I couldn’t breathe…I breathed through the little hole.’

After consoling her son, when police asked the boy’s mother if she wanted an ambulance she said ‘we can get our own f**king ambulance.’ ... [Tweed Shire Echo - 23/6/17]

 

 

Darwin water park proposal seeks to build on Aboriginal sacred site, land contaminated with PFAS [ABC - 25/6/17]

 

 

Queensland government announces expensive PR campaign for the dominant culture plus funding for an outsourced NGO taskforce to bully minorities and non-conformists [Media Release - 25/6/17]

 

 

 A group of First Nations people from around the country have gathered in Canberra to contest the constitutional convention held at Uluru last month.

...

Sean Sandow, a Ghungalu man from Central Queensland, travelled from Rockhampton. 

"A lot of us grassroots Murris from Rockhamption weren't involved in the dialogues that were held in the lead-up to the conference at Uluru, so we're in opposition to it," he told NITV News.  ... [NITV - 23/6/17]

 

 

A dispute over the Chagos Islands will be heard at the International Court of Justice after the UK suffered an embarrassing defeat in the UN general assembly.

In what some analysts have seen as evidence of the UK’s diminished diplomatic might, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and other EU countries abstained rather than support Britain’s position.

The population of the Chagos Islands was evicted between 1968 and 1971 to make way for a US Indian Ocean military base on Diego Garcia, the largest island.

They have since fought a series of legal battles to return, but British courts have ruled they do not have the right to do so.

The UN resolution asks the ICJ to advise on whether the Chagos Islands were lawfully separated from Mauritius in 1968, as part of Britain’s decolonisation, and whether Britain is in breach of international law by preventing Mauritius from resettling the Chagossians on the islands.

The opinion of the court in The Hague will not be binding. ... [Financial Times - 23/6/17]

 

 

Roll of Shame [Craig Murray - 24/6/17]:

 

These are the 15 countries which shamefully voted against a UN General Assembly Resolution on Thursday which proposed to seek an opinion from the International Court of Justice on Britain’s continued colonial possession of the Chagos Islands.

In the most absolute example of ethnic cleansing in modern history, less than 50 years ago the UK deported by force the entire population of the Chagos Islands to make way for the US military base on Diego Garcia, and to this day refuses to allow them to return.

The Dirty 15

USA

UK

Israel

Australia

New Zealand

The above are of course arguably the five countries in the world most profoundly implicated in the usurpation and destruction of native populations

...

It must however be heartening that the US and UK could round up so very few supporters for their utterly immoral stance. It is particularly worth noting that none of the major players within the EU backed the UK. The US and UK are also remarkably silent on the blockade of Qatar by their ally Saudi Arabia.

The release of Saudi demands including the closing down of Al Jazeera TV and other media outlets including the excellent Middleeasteye.net show the Saudis’ true motives.

Frankly I am shocked by the failure of the mainstream media in the West seriously to question the ludicrous Saudi claim that this attack on Qatar is over support for terrorism. Mohammed Bin Salman was appointed by his father the King as Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia on 21 June.

Bin Salman has been directing the major affairs of the state for the last three years.

The ferocity of the prosecution of the war in Yemen is very much his baby.

Bin Salman’s master plan, which he has driven through with much skill, is for a far more aggressive Saudi Arabia leading the conservative forces in the Middle East, above all in fierce opposition to Iran and Shia interests.

To this end he has forged a conservative alliance incorporating Saudi Arabia, Israel, Egypt and the United States.

US and UK involvement in the war in Yemen goes beyond the enthusiastic supply of the bombs and aircraft which have killed thousands of children.

Both have had special forces on the ground, and the CIA has yet again been deeply implicated in the detention, extreme torture and murder of opponents. ...

 

 

@wikileaks [23/6/17]:  Editor of the @MiddleEastEye denies being funded by Qatar and says it is here to stay

 

 

President Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday dismissed calls for Turkey to close a military base in Qatar and said a wider list of demands issued by four Arab states was an unlawful intervention against the Gulf emirate's sovereignty. ... [Reuters - 25/6/17]

 

 

Istanbul bans gay and transgender pride march citing security concerns [Reuters - 25/6/17]

 

 

International journalists given propaganda tour of refugee concentration camps in Turkey [Anadolu Agency - 23/6/17]:

 

A total of 60 journalists from 32 countries are visiting Turkey in the sponsorship of Turkey's Directorate General of Press and Information (BYEGM) and Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD).

Speaking to reporters ahead of the camp visit in Turkey’s southern province of Osmaniye, the AFAD’s provincial director Serhat Bulut said that there were 3,352 containers, a school, a health center, a mosque, playgrounds, sports areas and libraries at the camp.

...

When asked if the Syrian refugees would be given Turkish citizenships, Bilden [Disaster and Emergency Management Authority] said: “As [Turkish] state, we continue to work on this issue. When the work is over, it will be shared with the public.” ...

 

 

Istanbul court rules for continuation of pretrial detention of journalists accused of involvement in attempted coup [Turkey Purge - 23/6/17]

 

 

Thousands of South Koreans staged a protest rally in central Seoul on Saturday demanding the withdrawal of the deployment of an American high-tech anti-missile defense system as President Moon Jae-in and his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump are set to meet in Washington D.C. next week. ... [Yonhap - 24/6/17]

 

 

Japanese government starts airing announcement on protection from North Korean missile attack [Japan Today - 25/6/17]

 

 

The U.S. Missile Defense Agency says it failed to intercept a ballistic missile during a test off Hawaii conducted with Japan’s Defense Ministry.

The agency said in a statement that the failure came during a Wednesday test. The U.S. and Japan are jointly developing the interceptor to shoot down medium-range ballistic missiles. ... [Japan Times - 23/6/17]

 

 

 

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