Nauru: Protests Continue with Situation Attracting International Attention
Protests by the refugees Australia has dumped on Nauru continue and show no sign of stopping and let’s face it they don’t have that much else to do on the sparse 22km square island.
Protests continue on Nauru. Refugees live in tents with dirt floors and moldy roofs. Children must play in the dirt.
Those living in the community who actually find jobs are exploited by Naurans. A woman told me she was being paid $500 working for the government as an administration assistant.
Police do not investigate any crimes committed if refugees are the victims, because the culprits are likely to be relatives or friends.
Protests will continue until this shocking chapter in Australia’s history is over. Actually all of Australia’s history is shocking but we still try to make things better.