Manus Island: Australian minister questions NYE bashing of refugees

Manus Island: Australian minister questions NYE bashing of refugees

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Nearly ten years after the housing crisis:

And banks are getting ready to offer what they call fewer doc loans, which is just a stepping stone to the no doc loan.  As we stated before banks need to put money into the hands of the masses so they can fuel the next bubble. A bubble needs mass participation and banks thrive of bubbles. Every bubble and bust cycle is created and masterminded by banks.  Banks never lose, they just pretend to, because they know they will be bailed out. The Fed is a private institute run and owned by the banks, so they have nothing to worry about.

“Lite Doc.” That is what Quontic Bank, an FDIC-insured community lender in New York City is calling its product. It requires only verification of employment and two months worth of bank statements. For self-employed borrowers, it requires documentation of one year of profit and losses. The Lite Doc loans are five-year adjustable-rate mortgages with interest rates in the low- to mid-5 percent range, according to the bank. Thirty-year fixed-rate loans, which when fully documented can offer rates in the high-3 percent range, are not part of the offering. Housing déjà vu-Banks ready to drain the Masses again

The Federal Government says it is not yet clear what triggered the latest incident at the Manus Island detention centre following reports that asylum seekers were arrested and assaulted by Papua New Guinea police and immigration officers on New Year’s Eve.

The Refugee Action Coalition said the two Iranians suffered several broken bones in the incident, and photos supplied by the group also showed the pair with cuts and bruises on their faces.

But Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said the advocates may be using the incident to “attack” the Government’s immigration policies.

Mr Dutton told Sydney radio station 2GB that he wanted to hear from the PNG police before commenting further.

“If people have had an interaction with the PNG police on a New Year’s Eve night, I would wait to see the full facts of that case before I’d make any comment to say that they were targeted because they were refugees or because they were part of the Manus Island population,” he said.

“I think we’re better off to wait for the full facts instead of letting the refugee advocates try to use this to again attack the government’s successful border protection policy.”

A spokesperson for the Department of Immigration said the department was aware of an incident involving two asylum seekers, but that it was a matter for the PNG police force.

Ian Rintoul from the Refugee Action Coalition said the Australian Government should investigate the incident. Full Story

 

Sick people on Manus Island and Nauru will be sent to Christmas Island, not the mainland, under new medevac laws, the head of the home affairs department has revealed.

The Nauruan government has also passed laws banning medical transfers based on telehealth assessments, threatening to derail the system and potentially breaking international law, according to human rights lawyers.

The home affairs secretary, Michael Pezzullo, told Senate estimates late on Monday night it was “the policy of the government” that under the new legislation refugees and asylum seekers who are found to need a medical transfer will not be sent to mainland Australia, but will first go to Christmas Island.
“Clearly … it goes without saying that if specialised treatment is only available on the mainland then the mainland will be utilised,” said Pezzullo, under questions from the Greens senator Nick McKim.

McKim said the “outrageous” revelation raised numerous questions and was “a clear denial of the clear intent of the parliament, which is that people get access to better medical treatment, which is not available on Christmas Island”.
The opposition leader, Bill Shorten, said he had no problem with people being sent to Christmas Island first.

“If the medical treatment is delivered and delivered on Christmas Island and it makes people well, that’s fine,” he said.

The medical evacuations bill has been at the centre of savage bipartisan fighting.

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