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25.12.17

Christmas message to the Prime Minister of Australia

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Submitted on Monday, 25 December, 2017 - 14:26


Title: Mr
First name: Mike
Family name: Griffin
Email address: mandm.griffin2@bigpond.com
Your address: 39, Rogers Drive, Valla Beach, NSW, 2448, Australia
Subject: Christmas message
Comment:
Dear Prime Minister Turnbull,
Yesterday, you stated, in your message to the nation: "please remember those who need our love and support now more than any other time". Well, I'm thinking about the detainees on Manus and Nauru, many of whom have been languishing in these hell-holes for more than four years. They have committed no crime. They have fled terror and persecution in their homelands to seek a place of safety in Australia, but it seems that there is no room in the inn. This utterly cruel and inhumane policy has done so much harm to these innocent people. Some have died, many have been ill-treated, and most of them have serious mental health issues resulting from their indefinite detention. If you are serious about the message of Christmas, then you should be telling the Australian people that enough is enough, and that these offshore detention centres will be permanently closed in 2018. End the torture. Bring them here!



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