SPRING HILL VOICE

 

 

Australia's anti-refugee policy exists because there is no opposition and self appionted advocates, experts, human rights spokespeople and journalists support the "deterrence" lie.

If you're not seriously challenging Dutton at this dire stage, you are doing nothing but exploiting these people. ---> An asylum seeker facing deportation ahead of a strict October deadline for protection claims has told SBS News the process is causing anxiety and depression for those affected. ... [SBS - 23/7/17]

 

 

Family denied last chance to stay in Australia after second bid for intervention fails [SBS - 22/7/17]

 

 

With no opposition, Dutton and Australia's lawless border regime grow stronger ---> Home Affairs ministry will investigate itself [Sydney Morning Herald - 21/7/17]

 

 

A Current Affair Christmas Island concentration camp corruption damage control prompts fake activists to make pointless demand to #SackDutton [Nine MSN - 18/7/17]

 

 

Rob Peihopa's family and New Zealand Greens question circumstances of his death in Villawood concentration camp [RNZI - 7/4/16]

 

 

... The ability of both the New Zealand and Australian governments to churn out sound bites to justify the abuse of human rights is staggering.

...

If their visa is ultimately denied then by all means deport them, but if Australia really feels it has to detain them, then they just need to do it in a way where human rights abuses don’t occur.

In decades to come when Australia’s human rights abuses in Detention Centres comes under scrutiny, the architects of the flawed policy will say they did it in Australia’s best interests.

Those that implemented the policy and those on the ground that perpetuated the abuse will put their hands on their hearts and swear, “I was just following orders.”

Where have we heard that before?  Stories of the detained, Kelvin Davis [Radio Live - 17/11/15]

 

 

1992: Fences go up around the "boat people" [AP Archive]

 

 

Musee des Beaux Arts

 

W. H. Auden

 

About suffering they were never wrong,

The old Masters: how well they understood

Its human position: how it takes place

While someone else is eating or opening a window or just walking dully along;

How, when the aged are reverently, passionately waiting

For the miraculous birth, there always must be

Children who did not specially want it to happen, skating

On a pond at the edge of the wood:

They never forgot

That even the dreadful martyrdom must run its course

Anyhow in a corner, some untidy spot

Where the dogs go on with their doggy life and the torturer's horse

Scratches its innocent behind on a tree.

 

In Breughel's Icarus, for instance: how everything turns away

Quite leisurely from the disaster; the ploughman may

Have heard the splash, the forsaken cry,

But for him it was not an important failure; the sun shone

As it had to on the white legs disappearing into the green

Water, and the expensive delicate ship that must have seen

Something amazing, a boy falling out of the sky,

Had somewhere to get to and sailed calmly on.

 

 

 

Sunset paragliding off Mt Tamborine [23/7/17]

 

 

Philippines students, lawmakers call bullshit on Duterte's US-Australia backed war on Marawi [GMA News - 22/7/17]:

 

Members of militant youth party-list group hit President Rodrigo Duterte for allegedly inciting violence against the poor and for his war on drugs as they joined other groups on Saturday to protest the possible extension of martial law in Mindanao.

“If he thinks after inciting the killing of 12,000 mostly poor people in his futile war on drugs and butchering Moros in his disastrous war in Marawi, more bloodshed and destruction will bring peace then he is seriously mistaken,” Anakbayan National Chairperson Vencer Crisostomo said. ...

 

 

... Gabriela Rep. Arlene Brosas enumerated several human rights violations “barely two weeks” after the declaration of martial law on May 23.

In her party’s interfaith humanitarian mission, Brosas said there had been forcible evacuations and other killings even outside Marawi City.

She cited “extrajudicial killings” in Maguindanao due to “indiscriminate” aerial bombing and mortar shelling.

One case of forcible evacuation on May 22 also affected 1,248 families.

...

Meanwhile, Kabataan Rep. Sarah Jane Elago said her party had submitted a report to President Rodrigo Duterte himself about the “successive violations of human rights.”

She counted 68 victims of political killings, 842 victims of illegal arrests, at least 416,000 displaced individuals, and 357,659 victims of indiscriminate gunfire and airstrikes, including those affected by bombings in Marawi and the provinces of Cotabato, Bukidnon, Davao del Sur, and Davao del Norte. ... [Inquirer - 22/7/17]

 

 

Meanwhile, the Murdoch Press helps Australians keep their heads firmly wedged up their big fat arses [Daily Mail - 23/7/17]

 

 

Dumb Aussies making the world safe for Wall Street and the 1% ----> The dirty work of empire is not heroic, and not in my name: HMAS Arunta returns from longest ever Operation Manitou deployment [SBS - 23/7/17]

 

 

Dying in the mud on the other side of the world. For nothing. ---> Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has written to the Prime Minister requesting July 23 be recognised across the country as Pozieres Day, to commemorate the WWI battle. ... [ABC - 23/7/17]

 

 

An Australian man who died in a Sydney car crash may be the 18th death linked to faulty Takata air bags, after police said he was killed when hit in the neck by shrapnel from an air bag. ... [Reuters - 22/7/17]

 

 

US military are not welcome here - we have enough killers, rapists and pedos. FUCK OFF YANKEES. [ABC - 23/7/17]

 

 

USS Fitzgerald's crew wasn't paying attention before deadly collision with container ship [Japan Times - 22/7/17]

 

 

Around 6,000 people will sue the government next month to demand a halt to nighttime and early morning flights at Atsugi air base near Tokyo and seek compensation for noise pollution, their lawyer said Saturday. ... [Reuters - 22/7/17]

 

 

Indonesian President orders law enforcement officers to shoot drug traffickers [Reuters - 22/7/17]

 

 

East Timorese vote in parliamentary election [Reuters - 22/7/17]

 

 

Pangu Pati leader Hon. Sam Basil has established an Anti-Peter O’Neill Power-Sharing Bloc in the Eastern Highlands Province. ... via Martyn Namorong [21/7/17]

 

 

Barrie Cassidy and Bill Shorten revel in anti-refugee policy, and the lack of opposition and journalism in Australia [Nine MSN - 23/7/17]

 

 

@Aussie4Refugees [22/7/17]: Photos of #EvacuateNow vigils #Manus #Nauru #Auspol

 

 

Here is Peter Dutton as a refugee ...

 

... We are in a huge prison, with razor wire everywhere. We have been examined and x-rayed and Claire and Toby have been given a lot of injections and tablets. Claire doesn't want to take the tablets. After the sailors shouted at us, she seemed to give up.

October 1. Toby just asked me, 'Are we bad?'

'No why?'

'Well, why are we in prison?'

 

'Home and Away', John Marsden and Matt Ottley [Lothian, 2008]

 

 

 Image: @ArtistAbbas [5/6/17]

 

 

Chinese spy ship spotted near war games, Australia says [South China Morning Post - 22/7/17]

 

 

Marawi IDPs protest ongoing martial law and US-Australia backed airstrikes [Inquirer - 22/7/17]

 

 

Rohingya refugees fear for their lives in Bangladesh camps [Reuters - 14/7/17]

 

 

Five years have passed since Hla Hla Sein was forced into a displacement camp in western Myanmar for Rohingya Muslims, where disease and deprivation are rife and armed guards patrol a barbed-wire perimeter.

But after a crackdown on the international smuggling routes that once offered a dangerous – but viable – escape route, she now sees no way out.

“We have no idea how many years we will have to live like this,” the 40-year-old widow said inside the tiny bamboo hut she shares with her son, tugging nervously at her purple headscarf.

“Our lives are worse than animals ... we are human only in name.” ... [The Star - 20/7/17]

 

 

Woodside Second Quarter 2017 Report - Page 5: Exploration and Appraisal - Leading acreage position offshore Myanmar [20/7/17]

 

 

The Sri Lankan navy have arrested eight more Tamil Nadu fishermen on Friday, for allegedly crossing into Sri Lankan waters. ... [Tamil Guardian - 22/7/17]

 

 

Over ten acres of Mullaitivu forest burnt in suspected retaliation to protests [Tamil Guardian - 21/7/17]

 

 

Sri Lanka welcomes Australian tormentor of its oppressed Tamil population [Colombo Page - 19/7/17]

 

 

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. ... [Nine MSN - 25/2/14]

 

 

West Papuan refugees' decades long wait for PNG citizenship exposes lie of "resettlement" under Rudd's illegal July 2013 arrangement [SBS - 14/7/17]

 

 

'19th July. The worst day of my life'

 

 

 

via @elahe_zivardar [15/7/17]:  What do you know about 19th July?

 

As an architecture graduate, I look at art in geometric forms, with volume, colors and visual elements harmoniously combined.

My inspiration comes from my favourite style Cubism and complimented by expressionism, abstract and modern art.

I usually draw portraits with aspects of the person's life, textured, hidden and incorporated into their personal story.

Their dreams, sadness, loves, hope, happiness flow throughout the drawing.

I’ve painted '19th July' to show my own story about trying to seek asylum in Australia and instead of finding safety, I am faced with 19th July 2013 policy, of no hope in limbo, told "You will never make Australia home".

In this painting the only thing which is in realism is ocean. Because everything that I’ve seen during my travelling is based on lies, but the ocean was real and true.

The words 19 July tattooed on the top of the canvas same as in my mind.

The fences on both sides of the ocean, shows a woman is stuck behind the bars, watching the ocean.

The sun is brightening in her eyes and in front of her lips. The anchor has broken her heart, because she is stopped at a wrong place.

The hands reach for the sun, a symbol of warmth to catch the freedom of getting to Australia, are coming out from the ocean, Instead of catching the sun, those people are drowning in the ocean.

With fire behind the fences, the spiral gets closer to itself, getting more alone and cloistered, until he sets himself on fire.

There are thoughts of making fire in the woman's mind, but also some brightness of sun that shows that some hopes still remain and stop her from making fire.

In front of her face is an angry man who made the 19 July policy.

His bruise face and his compressed teeth shows how he hates the woman because she is an asylum seeker.

The 19 July is the worst day of many people's lives

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [20/7/17]:  Messages from Manus, Filmed by Behrouz Boochani ...

 

 

 

 

This photo is of the refugees whose tent has had power & water cut by Immigration. #Manus‏ @BehrouzBoochani [20/7/17]

 

 

@BehrouzBoochani [20/7/17]:  Australian immigration cut power & water in Charlie tent to force refugees to leave. About 10 refugees were there, some now homeless.#Manus

 

 

PISS, OR GET OFF THE POT.

 

The Australian human rights establishment, GetUp, Greens Party and media outlets are not doing journalism, and are not genuinely advocating on behalf of the men, women and children imprisoned on Manus Island and Nauru.

They won't call for an end to the policy of pushbacks, indefinite detention, forced deportation and exile, and never question what is happening out at sea, or interrogate the policy's wider impact on the region.

They have consistently refused to demand the protection, release and genuine resettlement of refugees being tortured, raped and murdered in Australia's name.

These self appointed representatives and propagandists are playing along with the LNP and ALP's war of attrition, fulfilling a crucial role in the policy's perpetuation.

People are dying, and will continue to die until this is stopped.

And the only way to stop it, is to call bullshit on faux advocacy and to confront the LNP and ALP equally, AT ALL TIMES.

 

 

Shorten sits pretty as the Refugee Council writes to Turnbull reaffirming support for "deterrence" and sham refugee assessment at Australia's concentration camps on Manus Island and Nauru [Guardian - 20/7/17]

 

 

 ... "It's not designed as a processing facility, it's designed as an experiment in the active creation of horror to deter people from trying in the first place." ... I was told to lie: Manus Island staffer [SBS - 25/2/14]

 

 

Former worker at Australia's illegal prison on Manus Island tells forum man's refugee claim rejected because he was deemed "too educated" to be a Rohingya [Brisbane Times - 9/4/16]:

 

Brisbane maths teacher Jacob Rice taught at the Manus Island immigration detention centre in 2014 when a 23-year-old Iranian man name Reza Berati was bashed to death by security guards during a riot by hunger strikers [when refugees were attacked].

One of the friends the teacher-turned-whistleblower made while working on Manus for nine months was a Rohingya maths teacher.

His friend is still in indefinite detention as his application for asylum had just been rejected on the grounds that he was educated. 

The man has told his family that they should consider him dead.

Mr Rice said the Immigration Department had rejected his friend's asylum claim because they concluded he could not be a genuine Rohingya person because members of this religious minority in Burma were not allowed to be educated.

He holds a masters degree in mathematics.

One of his daughters was studying medicine while the other had won a maths competition. ...

 

 

We cannot pick and choose:  New Zealand government refers refugees to UNHCR Australia - who ignored them [RNZI - 13/6/15]:

 

The Government has told 65 asylum seekers wanting to live in New Zealand to contact United Nations officials in Australia.

The people, from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Myanmar, say they were heading for New Zealand when they were shipwrecked on an Indonesian reef earlier this month.

In a letter seen by Radio New Zealand, the group made a plea to the Government for asylum, saying it is unsafe for them to return home.

A written reply from the office of the Immigration Minister, Michael Woodhouse, said while New Zealand accepted 750 refugees annually, it could not pick and choose.

It said the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Canberra was responsible for inquires dealing with New Zealand and suggested the group approach that office.  [UNHCR Canberra said nothing.]

A UN representative in Indonesia said they met with the group, 52 of whom were registered as refugees. [As far as we know, these refugees are still detained in Kupang.]

 

 

What has become of these 65 asylum seekers? [Sydney Morning Herald - 16/3/17]

 

 

"No one cares, New Zealand is not listening, and Australia too, even after the Amnesty report came out. Please help us." [Sydney Morning Herald - 17/1/16]

 

 

Australia stopped accepting refugees from Indonesia - with UNHCR approval (and a silently complicit human rights establishment and crossbench) - in July 2014 [SBS -  18/11/14]:

 

... The UNHCR's Canberra office also refused interview requests. ...

 

 

... Prior to taking up this assignment in early 2014, Mr. Albrecht served as Head of the UNHCR Regional Support Hub in Nairobi ... [UNSW Kaldor Centre]

 

 

It is time for the UNHCR to explain why they don't want men, women and children on Nauru and Manus immediately FREED and GENUINELY RESETTLED, and why they are not interested in advocating for Australia to begin meeting its obligations under the Refugee Convention.

 

 

 

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