Wouldn’t you love to drown Triggsy in her own vomit?
Australia’s former head of the Human Rights Commission has called the government’s treatment of Manus Island detainees “inhumane”, insisting the men be brought to Australia.
The last of about 300 men refusing to leave the now-closed detention facility were forcibly removed nearly two weeks ago, ending a tense three-week stand-off and joined hundreds of others already moved to alternative accommodation sites.
“We really do have to come to terms with the fact that we need to bring them home, we need to bring them to Australia,” former Australian Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs told ABC’s Q and A program on Monday night.
Moslem Labor MP Ann Aly the failed de-radicalisation “expert” who writes character references for convicted Jihadis in SuperMax caught with mobile phones only submitted her request to the Egyptian government to renounce her citizenship on 24/5/16 just 14 days before the nomination cut off date of 9/6/16 before the 2/7/16 election.
Does anyone except #LiarBill and Labor think the Egyptians gave her the confirmation (she hasn’t provided yet) in writing that she required in 14 days?
Tell your #Taqiyya the high court you traitor!
Our fake news TeeVee cooks the numbers any which way it suits them. 25% is fake. The real numbers are up to 80%.
Senator Sam Dastyari hounded top defence officials with questions on China’s concerns over 115 times
Halal Sam is an agent of Iran in the service of China paid by our taxpayer dollars….
Sam Dastyari hounded senior defence officials with at least 115 questions representing China’s concerns about issues such as the South China Sea and Australia’s friendship with Japan over a three-year period.
Billions? Seriously. Billions?
An editorial in a state-run Chinese paper said Australian institutions were treating Chinese students as a “cash machine” while doing little to help them mix with locals.
“The inhumanity has reached a level where as a nation we have to respond … it’s not Australian and we’re seriously in breach of our international obligations.”
Humanitarian agencies have warned Australia’s political leaders the refugees and asylum seekers are at grave risk of an impending mental crisis.
The warning comes after the advocates returned from a week in Papua New Guinea and delivered a bleak assessment about the “most insidious and deep impact” indefinite detention is having on about 600 men.
Labor Senator Lisa Singh called it a “human rights catastrophe” and urged the government to take up New Zealand’s offer to home 150 refugees.
“It is absolutely amazing that you have a third country settlement option in New Zealand, an offer that was made under the previous conservative New Zealand government and now under the Labour New Zealand government, and Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton are refusing to take it up,” Ms Singh said on Q and A.