More Good Reasons for Getting Out of the Globalist UN By James Reed

     Incredible; according to the UN, Australia’s migration laws have breached their globalist human rights ideology, and here it is, straight from the Left press:
  https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/oct/16/un-body-says-australia-breached-human-rights-laws-and-needs-to-review-migration-act

“A United Nations body has taken the “extraordinary” step of calling on Australia to review its domestic laws in a ruling that it had breached multiple international human rights laws. The ruling coincides with the Australian government being taken to the UN over alleged breaches of international law by indefinitely separating more than 60 members of 14 refugee families on Nauru. The working group on arbitrary detention, established by the UN Commission on Human Rights in 1991 to report to the Human Rights Council, had examined the case of Edris Cheragi, an Iranian man and Christian convert who sought asylum in Australia. Cheragi has been detained in various detention centres and in the community since 2012, but in 2015 was charged with criminal offences and had his bridging visa cancelled. He has never been convicted. Instead Cheragi was placed in “administrative detention” under the laws of the Migration Act, and has been in detention ever since. The working group said Cheragi’s circumstances were just the latest of many cases of arbitrary detention in Australia, and ruled the Australian government had breached multiple articles of the universal declaration of human rights and the international covenant on civil and political rights. Cheragi’s detention was based “purely on his earlier exercise of the legitimate right to seek asylum and is therefore arbitrary”.

“The [Australian] government has not provided any explanation for the continued detention of Mr Cheragi since 30 October 2015 aside from the fact his visa was cancelled on 11 September 2015,” it said. It acknowledged that Cheragi’s detention was in accordance with the domestic act, but said Australia must ensure detention was also consistent with international law.”

     Who are these UN so-and-sos to tell Australia what to do? Tell ‘em to rack off. Better yet, let’s get out of the UN, full stop. And, we should also tell the 6,000 doctors demanding that children be taken off Nauru, to more productively spend their time looking after their patients rather than playing social justice warriors.
  https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/oct/15/almost-6000-doctors-sign-letter-to-pm-demanding-children-be-taken-off-nauru

     Doctors do not have the high moral ground:
  http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2013/s3778256.htm

“Last month a judge awarded a Sydney mother $360,000 in compensation in a medical negligence case over the death of her newborn baby. It was by no means a record pay-out, but it highlighted just how inadequate medical record keeping is in Australian hospitals. By some estimates, as many as 18,000 people die every year as a result of medical error, while 50,000 people suffer a permanent injury. But there is no systematic collection and linking treatment error data, so it is impossible to know for sure how many medical mistakes cause serious harm or death.”

 

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment
Already Registered? Login Here
Guest
Thursday, 22 October 2020
If you'd like to register, please fill in the username, password and name fields.

By accepting you will be accessing a service provided by a third-party external to https://blog.alor.org/