Australia at ICC

Letter to the Hon. Tanya Plibersek, Deputy Opposition Leader

To Hon. Tanya Plibersek, re: End Offshore Enslavement of Asylum-seekers: As a follow-up to the request made on early February to you and Australian Labor Party for the evacuation of asylum-seekers held at Manus Island and Nauru, I enclosed the copy of communication to ICC regarding the conduct of Australian Government. In my view, the Australian Government is perpetrating Crime Against Humanity of enslavement of asylum-seekers. As such, the government and all elected parliamentarians are required to put an end to this offshore enslavement.

In this connection, there had recently been a motion put forward by Senator McKim to evacuate the offshore asylum-seekers. It is observed that some Labor Senators have abstained from voting, the Coalition and some other senators have voted against that particular motion.

I am here to inform you that I shall be putting forward criminal allegations against those senators who obstruct Senator McKim's motion, as the persons who are co-perpetrating in the Crime Against Humanity of Enslavement of asylum-seekers.

Senator McKim's motion

20170810 Mckim Motion Asylum Seekers on Manus Is. and Nauru by tripwires90 on Scribd

Please also note that the ICC already had accepted my complaints against Commonwealth Government as a whole and subsequently ICC had opened a case file. However, the ICC had not yet made a promise to take any particular action, as you can see for yourself in the enclosed ICC's reply.

From my part, I am just a private citizen who working to support myself as a cleaner in Sydney. As such, I certainly have no political clout nor having any semblance of powers to stop the criminal conduct of Australian government. I am emphasizing here that, once such criminal allegation has been made at ICC, that's entirely out of my hand.

You Australian politicians have only yourselves to blame, in which the things coming to ahead in this way. There had been numerous appeals being made to you and the government by ordinary Australians as well as respective humanitarian organisations for evacuation; of which you – politicians – choose to ignore. With regards to evacuation of asylum-seekers, any decisions that you – the elected representatives – have made, you and you alone are entirely responsible. Whether you individually accepted or rejected that argument about the transpiring of criminal enslavement in offshore detentions have been entirely irrelevant; I shall be reporting any criminality based only on your own individual conduct.

In closing, I thank you for your time and hope that this information may prove useful to you.

Yours respectfully and sincerely,
(U Ne Oo)

1. Senator the Hon. George Brandis QC, Attorney-General, PO Box 6100, The Senate, Parliament House, CANBERRA ACT 2600

Letter Addressed To:
Hon. Tanya Plibersek MP
Deputy Opposition Leader
Australian Labour Party
150 Broadway, Chippendale NSW 2008