Monthly Archives: May 2016

Australia’s refugee ‘Pacific Solution’ begins to unravel – time to kill it once and for all


The Australian government are perpetual human rights abusers, not only do they ignore the rights of refugees but they abuse the human rights of Australians too.
They create legislation in an attempt to legalise their crimes against humanity, and enforce this legislation through acts of terror on the population using the police they own against us. The Australian government are by their own definition, a terrorist organisation.
What is terrorism? The use of violence or the threat of violence, especially against civilians, in the pursuit of political goals.
What is the Australian government’s legislative test for deciding to list a terrorist organisation?
Before listing an organisation, the Attorney-General must be satisfied on reasonable grounds that the organisation:

* is directly or indirectly engaged in preparing, planning, assisting or fostering the doing of a terrorist act, or
* advocates the doing of a terrorist act.
Vote no confidence, these people should be jailed, not re-elected!


ChQ5tXkVEAIeViX Aussies demanding refugees be brought to Australia

It’s not been a good week for the Australian Government. A few days ago the PNG (Papua New Guinea) Supreme Court declared that the Manus Island refugee detention centre was unconstitutional and contrary to all notions of human rights. A couple of days later the PNG prime minister stated that the facility should close as soon as possible (see letter below). TheAustralian Government is also to be sued for compensation that could amount to more than 1 million dollars for their illegal detention of people on Manus.

And now ithas been revealed that Ferrovial, the Spanish company that owns more than 50% of the shares of Broadspectrum (formerly Transfield) and which hopes to buy it outright, has announced it intends to withdraw from the detention centre business. If this materialises this would leave the Australian Government without a prime company to…

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