That such a humanitarian emergency be the wilful result of a rich country’s migration policies is baffling.
That this country has consistently refused that New Zealand take 150 of those refugees is mindboggling.
That this country is trampling the dignity of 1300 people (Manus and Nauru) in all, while fragile countries like Lebanon host one million refugees, is flabbergasting.
A future Australian government will have to apologise for the moral abyss in which Australian authorities have dug themselves into.
This is a good piece of investigative journalism
“The New York Times sent journalists into a contested detention camp in Papua New Guinea to investigate Australia’s refugee policy, and the resistance rising against it.“
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