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Behrouz Boochani
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 19
The only reason people are ill on Manus & Nauru is that they’ve been kept in an indefinite prison camp,six years so far, and nothing else. Transferring them to Christams island prison camps does't cure them, just worsen it.Stop carrying our broken bodies from one cage to another.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 19
Labor is calling Auditor_General to launch an urgent review of the $423 millions contract awarded to Paladin. The question is why they’re not calling for an investigation of all the contracts and only Paladin? Labor is not any less guilty in creating this mess.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
Transfering sick people from Manus &Nauru prison camps to Christmas Island prison camp is clear violation of human rights. Keeping people in indefinite detention for years has made these people sick and transfering them to another prison camp certainly does not solve the problem.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
IHMS is at the heart of this corrupt system. I urge independent media in Australia to investigate this company as a priority. Who is supporting this company to win detention contracts all the time?
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
After what I have witnessed as a prisoner on Manus I am convinced that investigating IHMS will bring down this govt and many politicians will go to jail as a result. This company is criminal and steals a massive amount of money, but it hides itself behind a moral veneer.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
IHMS is part of a system that always delays medical treatment and plays with sick refugees to make a massive amount of money. They need people to be sick at all times. Investigating IHMS and their corrupt contract should be a priority.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
IHMS is the dirtiest company in the detention industry and must be investigated.Contract with IHMS is more scandalous than the small contract with Paladin. They have made a maasive amount of money for simply providing refugees with painkillers. IHMS are a totally corrupt company.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
Why the Australians are only talking about Paladin now and the $423 million as loss, while more than $9 billion have been spent here in the past six years, merely on torturing and locking up refugees. Why don’t you ask them about other companies such as IHMS?
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Moz_azimi Jul 17
It's Moz a political prisoner in the limbo of offshore detention for 5 years. This is my new song "The Birds", about separation from family & longing for freedom. Please retweet.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 18
Why the Australians are only talking about Paladin now and the $423 million as loss, while more than $9 billion have been spent here in the past six years, merely on torturing and locking up refugees. Why don’t you ask them about other companies such as IHMS?
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 17
We haven’t seen any service provided by Paladin on Manus, only 500 locals employed to walk around here and watch what we do everyday. They’re paid $5000 per year. The question is what happens to the remaining $419 million Paladin’s been receiving from the Australian gov.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 17
The Aus gov has been undermining the political intelligence of its own ppl.But I’m sure that the ppl will have the strongest presence in the upcoming election this time, to give a historical lesson to the Liberals, to declare that the time of populism and fake fear is over.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 16
The life of innocent asylum seekers has been a political tool for the left and right parties of the Australian government, dragged from one cage to another, one island to another... enough is enough. Stop this ridiculous game and let us go.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 16
Australian government is using flagrant propaganda against innocent people in Manus and Nauru. We are not criminals. The real criminals are the Australian government and lying politicians like Peter Dutton.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 16
The refugee Reza Barati was killed on this very day, 17th Feb 2014.He was murdered by two Australian and two local officers. Aus never allowed the PNG court to trail the Australian officers but the local guards were jailed for a few years and then released.
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Shane Bazzi Feb 16
Replying to @BehrouzBoochani
. wrote this last year: Four years after Reza Barati's death, we still have no justice
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Prof Kerryn Phelps AM Feb 13
The FACT is that the government has been wantonly abusing the “character test” as a way of obstructing transfer of seriously ill refugees for treatment eg arriving by boat or protesting against their treatment interpreted as “bad character”
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 14
Here is an example of the fraud and corruption of this system running the detention prisons on Manus & Nauru—one out of hundreds.
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Behrouz Boochani Feb 14
I really would like to ask the media and other people who have ability to investigate -if you are truly against corruption please follow the contracts between Home Affairs and the companies on Manus&Nauru. Try to find an answer to the question: how did they spend billions?
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