A Wodonga teacher has described scenes of appalling treatment of refugee children in detention on Nauru.
Pam Oakes was an education manager at the centre, one of 103 former staff calling for immediate change to Australia’s asylum seeker policy.
George Psomotragos Well done everyone. Speak up!
Like · Reply · 7 · 19 August at 15:48
Jenny Rae Brave whistleblowers, thank you!
Like · Reply · 7 · 19 August at 15:55
Mario Napolitano Very brave and humane to speak up. But, sadly, it seems that the vast majority of voters have no problem with the cruelty and torment inflicted on innocent, isolated, powerless, vulnerable people… in our name.
Like · Reply · 10 · 19 August at 16:00
Tara Hewitt I can’t read or watch anymore of this. When does the revolution begin!?
Like · Reply · 4 · 19 August at 16:50
Mimibaba Shields How to help?…. help 😱😱😱
Like · Reply · 2 · 19 August at 17:28
Margaret Owen Terrible is all I can say from UK, bless all who are helping…….
Like · Reply · 4 · 19 August at 17:56
Melissa Skelley Utterly fed up of this shite. Close down these torture-camps. Take care of these poor people. Grow a back-bone Australia. We used to take pride in helping others and sharing our wealth.
Like · Reply · 7 · 19 August at 18:41
Mel Webster Thanks to the whistleblowers and thanks to WINNews for actually reporting on this. The silence of the other major news outlets with regards this issue is telling.
Like · Reply · 3 · 20 August at 07:24
Neville Smith Never too bright Dutton has set up a life and death game to which there is only one solution – the removal of Dutton.
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Like · Reply · 2 · 20 August at 13:47
Linda King Bless these teachers
Like · Reply · 23 August at 23:17
Linda King Call as many ALP MP offices , IN CANBERRA and demand that they mount a vote of no confidence in and censure of Dutton as soon as Parliament reconvenes . There are many reasons to support .
Like · Reply · 23 August at 23:18