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How the Continent AUSTRALIA uses little NAURU as their Prison. [Copy link] 中文

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   Named Pleasant Island by its first European visitors, the former British colony of Nauru is the world's smallest republic.  With a Life expectancy of 55 years, 57 years (women) and Aussi $ as their currency.  Nauru has effectively banned foreign journalists making it difficult for refugees to explain their plight, or for the Australian public to scrutinise the consequences of its government's immigration policy.
In 2003, Nauru agrees to US demands to wind up its offshore banking industry amid money-laundering allegations...

To keep the Media out;  access to the island of Nauru, and the RPC in particular, is tightly controlled.  In January 2014, the Nauru government announced it was raising the cost of a media visa to the island from AUD $200 to $8,000, non-refundable if the visa was not granted.
Australia is NOT interested to show to the world how their 'Concentration Camp' is operated...
In December 2007, newly elected Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd announced that his country would no longer make use of the Nauru detention centre, and would put an immediate end to the "Pacific Solution". The last remaining Burmese and Sri Lankan detainees were granted residency rights in Australia.    The fate of Kevin Rudd is well known...

Jan. 23 2018, After nearly five years in detention, 40 people departed for the United States after being detained for five years on Manus Island, leaving 1,950 people, including 169 children, still indefinitely detained in both Manus and Nauru...

                                        Apr.2nd 2018, The Australian government cut support to more than 12,000 people on bridging visas who are waiting for their asylum claims to be processed. The support scheme was called (SRSS) which enabled people seeking asylum access to Newstart allowance and rent assistance.



               
       

               
       


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