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West Papua and Assange

Posted by: 6PR | 21 February, 2013 - 6:18 PM
Howard Sattler with Scott Ludlam and Jennifer Robinson.

Howard Sattler spoke with Green’s Senator Scott Ludlam, Julian Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson and West Papuan Independence Leader Benny Wenda. Up for discussion was Julian Assange and trouble between Indonesia and the West Papuan people.

Blog comments Your Say

  • West Papua is a victim of its gold and the wealth which US businessmen (Lovett and Rockefellers) wanted.

    Legally West Papua is a UN trust territory under General Assembly resolution 1752 (XVII), and like East Timor is entitled to self-determination by its indigenous population.

    Australia has a legal duty under Commonwealth law to remind the Security Council that West Papua is a trust territory. But Bob Carr does not know much about the UN Charter or the rule of law.

    Andrew Johnson Saturday 16 March, 2013 - 7:38 PM
  • Greetings from Adelaide, South Australia.

    I have just heard Howard's interview with Jennifer, Benny and Scott and how refreshing it was to hear inasmuch as unfortunately Benny and Jennifer were unable to come to Adelaide.

    Thank you Howard for not turning a blind eye to the human rights atrocities being committed against our neighbours in West Papua by the Indonesian Military.

    Thank God we have the Greens who are not afraid to stand up and be counted.

    'Mans inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn" Robert Burns.

    Rosemary McKay

    Rosemary McKay Monday 25 February, 2013 - 8:37 AM

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