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3 Responses to The trauma of Australia’s asylum seekers

  1. Christine. says:

    How ashamed I am of my Australian heritage ! Keeping people in cages, like this is immoral ! Having visited Port Arthur in Tasmania, it would seem that there has been no progress towards civilisation in the last 200 years. Seeing human beings, God's people treated in this way is shameful. Chris

    • Lynne Newington says:

      You didn't see them [children] in the Philipines to keep the city free of beggars during the Papal visit?
      Not sure if the link would come through but you could look it up on Google; I'm sure it's there to be found.

  2. Kath says:

    A traumatologist refers to the incarceration of the innocent on Manus and Nauru as the worst atrocity he has seen in 43 years of dealing with disaster, terrorist attacks, bombings, mass murders, fires, tsunamis and earthquakes. We have to wonder how long this ghastly stain will cast shame upon Australians – and on all of us who do not cry out in horror, and shout aloud for this truly terrible torture to be ended.