#UNEXIT UNITED NATIONS LEAVE CAMPAIGN
WE NEED TO LEAVE THE UN
Love Australia or Leave Party believes Australia should walk away from the 1951 Refugees Convention. This is the UN convention some of our politicians use to excuse them from allowing unrestricted inflows of illegal immigrants. We need to vote to RID Australia of this curse.
Having spent time in Syria and Iraq, November 2014 and traveled some 384km through Syria and stopped at some beautiful towns along the way, I also spent time with the Kurdish fighters at the front line just 800m from a town captured by IS. NOT all of Syria and Iraq is under attack like the media would have you believe.
If the UN can build a functional town in less than 2 years in Jordan, that house and provide quality services to 80,000 plus refugees including a 3 km strip of markets and shops, then the same can be done back in Syria and Iraq.
These projects can be developed quickly and effectively and we can resettle those who came illegally to Australia and have them returned as quickly as possible.
New cities and towns can be built and established effectively and quickly. Saudi, Syria, Iraq and Iran they too can fund the project, it is not just Australia’s problem this is a global issue.
The bottom line is we may have our external borders secured for now, however taking in any refugees from the UN Camp is playing Russian roulette, a risk Australia should not afford, to risk per the Australian Constitutions obligations of national security which over-rides the UN. We cannot look after those in need if we do not secure our own future. Withdrawal from the Refugee Convention would however enable Australia to develop and regularise, on its own terms, more transparent and understandable criteria and provisions for dealing with on-shore asylum seekers.
There are no obstacles to withdraw from the Convention. Article 44 (2) states that any contracting state can denounce or withdraw with one year's notice, such a move would be unprecedented, no state has ever withdrawn. The threat of instant international pariah status is however less compelling at a time when the asylum system is widely seen as 'broke'. Australia's credentials on refugees and managed migration are unsurpassed, and it has played above its demographic weight in international forums on migration and refugee issues. In theory, withdrawal from the Convention would free up a considerable amount of money which could be redirected to countries of first asylum or better yet, spent on the many needy Australians we have struggling right here at home. It would also enable Australia to commit to such programs mentioned; Syrian/Iraq Resettlement Building Program. While Australia is obviously not a large enough player to lead the world, it certainly could lead the way for a well overdue and much needed reform.
U.N. Human Rights Commission
The Human Rights Commission convenes a roundtable discussion on religious freedoms in Australia meanwhile Saudi Arabia crucifies, flogs and beheads whilst on the UN Human Rights Council.
Saudi Arabia wants to lead the UN Human Rights Council, which raises anger in all who fear an erosion of the Council's credibility. An "abomination and cynical, by a nation that beheads people on public squares," - said one human rights organisation.
• This country is set to resume flogging a democracy-minded blogger. Raif Badawi was recently awarded the Andre Sakarov human rights award. Badawi has endured 50 of his 1000 lashes so far.
• The Saudis also plan to behead and crucify Ali al-Nimr. Crime: Protesting for democracy when 17.
• Human Rights Watch reports in 2015, the Saudis have approved more than 100 beheadings--more, according to The Guardian, than Islamic State has carried out.
• How does Saudi Arabia, with its appalling human rights record, end up on the United Nations Human Rights Council? - What choice does the West have when finding allies in the Middle East?
• Rumours that Saudi Arabia wants to lead the UN's highest body for defence of human rights have been confirmed by several diplomatic sources, which has had human rights organisations reacting with outbursts of pure rage. Saudi Arabia is one of the world's worst repressive regimes with massive violations of human rights according to Amnesty, Human Rights Watch and the UN itself.
This heinous and cynical move by a regime that beheads people in public squares, systematically oppress women and homosexuals and imprisons bloggers should be thoroughly condemned.
The U.N has become the very embodiment of what it was created to prevent. Its original ideals and objectives died with those that believed in them. Today it is a corrupted bureaucratic asylum mad for control and revenue to sustain itself. Australia must cease funding from the U.N. and withdrawal from the Refugee Convention, developing its own clearly understandable criteria and provisions for dealing with off and on-shore asylum seekers. Australia therefore should make an immediate cease to ALL U.N. programmes it is currently engaged in at all three levels of government.
The Australian Constitution takes precedence over any treaty signed. Reinstating the pre existing policy to the 1951 convention would be more desirable than continuing with the current arrangement with the U.N. Whether other nations are offended is not Australia’s concern, as this nation is amongst the most generous, placid and accepting nation on earth, until recently we have spared the violence seen in overseas countries, wanting to make Australia that way also is just plain insanity.
Australia has more than 105,000 homeless, tens of thousands who could not afford their utilities and have had electricity and gas cut off. Almost all industry has moved off shore, the true level of unemployment hidden. Australia health standards compromised , however our media directs Australians concerns and thoughts elsewhere.
The war in Syria will be a very long war, this is everyone’s war, this will be our children's war and our grandchildren’s war. It will be important about what legacy we are prepared to leave behind for our children and future generations to come.
The Problem with the 1951 Refugee Convention:
#UNEXIT LEAVE CAMPAIGN
23rd June, 2016
On the 23rd June, the UK voted to leave the EU.
If Britain can get out of the EU, Australia can get out of the UN. Let Australia be the country to take the lead.
Love Australia Or Leave Party is currently formulating a long term campaign to leave the United Nations. We will petition to the government for a referendum whereby the people of Australia decide whether Australia has a place in the United Nations.
If the UK via #BREXIT can leave the EU, then there is nothing prohibiting Australia from leaving the United Nations. It only took the UK 20 years from the initial concept of leaving the EU to having a successful referendum. Let Australia take the lead in leaving the United Nations! Given that this will be a long term campaign, it will be initiated by a separate website.