DO publicly vilify a man your policies have driven to suicide; DON’T inform his family of his death

A man fled genocide. So he was imprisoned. His medical condition tortured him for years  in detention. But his health was ignored as ruthlessly as his human rights. So, tragically, he ended his living hell. Two days ago, this website posted about the following exchange in Australia's parliament … Which was then updated to add … …

The story of one ‘warrior’ reveals so much that’s wrong with offshore detention

Alex saw himself as a 'warrior' for sexual equality. Amidst the culture of Iran, the banishment from his family, the persecution and ostracising within detention on Manus Island, he opposed 'the conservative, cruel and heterosexist structures of society' and still liked life itself and wanted to live it. “I am gay, and this is my …

URGENT! POLICE OPERATION UNDERWAY ON MANUS

Papua New Guinea police and immigration officers have entered the former detention centre with refugees inside reporting large numbers of officers, including the paramilitary police Mobile Squad, shouting and demanding refugees hand over phones. The refugees say they have been given an hour to leave with officers being  intimidating and aggressive as they dismantle structures and throw …