Always follow the money and the truth comes out in UN ruling for submerged Islanders

Letter to the Editor

Last week the UN found Australia ‘guilty’ of having violated the human rights of Torres Strait Islanders, due to climate inaction.

The Human Rights committee said Australia had violated two of their three human rights set out in a UN treaty, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966) — the right to enjoy their culture and be free from arbitrary interferences with their private life, family and home — but not their right to life.

The UN’ Human Rights Committee ruled that Australia had failed to take adequate action to cut emissions or adopt adaptation measures to protect the islands.  It also said the country should “compensate the Islanders for harm suffered, … and TAKE MEASURES TO CONTINUE TO SECURE THE COMMUNITIES’ SAFE EXISTENCE”.

Torres Strait Islanders were represented by the wealthy UK environmental group, ‘ClientEarth’, funded by wealthy billionaire Winsome McIntosh, of the A&T supermarket chain

The Torres Strait Islanders were represented by the wealthy UK environmental group, ‘ClientEarth’, funded by wealthy billionaire Winsome McIntosh, of the A&T supermarket chain.

The Torres Strait Islanders’ case was the first climate change litigation brought by inhabitants of low-lying islands against a nation state.

As ClientEarth lawyer, Sophie Marjanac, commented:

“This case opens the door for further legal actions and compensation claims by other climate affected people, and will give hope to those fighting for loss and damage at this year’s international climate talks in Egypt”.

However, those “climate affected people” should think twice about taking advantage of the ‘landmark’ ruling.

It is little more than a ‘stalking horse’ for rich nations to use a ‘human rights argument’ justifying the declaration of a state of emergency over small islands and the forced relocation of their populations.

The 3rd National Climate Assessment states: “As sea level raises faster and coastal storms, erosion, and inundation cause more frequent or widespread threats, relocation (also called managed retreat or realignment), … will become a more pressing option”.

A 2021 paper by “Young Australians in International Affairs” is just one of many published the last few years calling for first world states to pro-actively assist in moving the Islands’ “affected populations”.  

The UN’s Torres Strait ruling provides the perfect legal basis for them to do so.

After all, it instructs Australia to “take measures to continue to secure the communities’ safe existence”.

It will start gradually with the relocation of people from small, low lying coral atolls, most subject to sand erosion and king tides, but it won’t end there.

Eventually, ALL small and remote islands will be designated “at risk” from climate change.

That’s why Islanders everywhere, need to be very, very careful how they respond when these slick-talking, wealthy European NGOs come knocking at their door.  

They might say they want to help but believe me, their idea of “helping” masks a different agenda altogether.

One that ends with the loss of the Islanders’ homeland, way of life, culture and heritage.

from No Climate Change

Brisbane

About Editor, cairnsnews

One of the few patriots left who understands the system and how it has been totally subverted under every citizen's nose. If we can help to turn it around we will, otherwise our children will have nothing. Our investigations show there is no 'government' of the people for the people of Australia. The removal of the Crown from Australian Parliaments, followed by the incorporation of Parliaments aided by the Australia Act 1987 has left us with corporate government with policies not laws, that apply only to members of political parties and the public service. There is no law, other than the Common Law. This fact will be borne out in the near future as numerous legal challenges in place now, come to a head soon.

Posted on September 27, 2022, in Agenda 2030, Al Gore, General, Torres Strait and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. The billionaire class need to be thoroughly exterminated from the planet. they are evil minion,s of Satan. these maggot,s are responsible all the strife & problem,s on the planet since time immemorial

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  2. crisscross767: “Protocol No7, THE PROTOCOLS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION, UNIVERSAL WAR”

    Egads, the “unknown” writers must have been clairvoyants! They managed to describe the world today some 100+ years ago. They didn’t got much wrong in their predictions did they! Compared to their visions Nostradamus rates as a novice.

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  3. Follow the money –

    LIVE: UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss gives speech on foreign policy amid Ukraine crisis
    193,283 views Streamed live on Apr 28, 2022 LIVE: British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss gives a speech on foreign policy during an Easter banquet event at Mansion House.

    Liz Truss’s speech was obviously written on behalf of Rothschild’s Central Banks. Her government has no money except that which is provided by the Bank of England which is situated in the Crown City of London. The City of London is not a part of Britain nor the European Union. Its heads are not elected by any persons of any nation.

    Liz Truss is firmly in the Grip of Rothschild’s Banks.

    Protocol No7

    THE PROTOCOLS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION

    UNIVERSAL WAR

    3. We must be in a position to respond to every act of opposition by war with the neighbors of that country which dares to oppose us: but if these neighbors should also venture to stand collectively together against us, then we must offer resistance by a universal war.

    4. The principal factor of success in the political is the secrecy of its undertakings: the word should not agree with the deeds of the diplomat.

    5. We must compel the governments of the GOYIM to take action in the direction favored by our widely conceived plan, already approaching the desired consummation, by what we shall represent as public opinion, secretly promoted by us through the means of that so-called “Great Power” – THE PRESS, WHICH, WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS THAT MAY BE DISREGARDED, IS ALREADY ENTIRELY IN OUR HANDS.

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  4. Tony B said – “… all you have to do to check for sea level rising is to look at some really old photos of fort denison in Sydney harbour and match those photos with modern ones …”

    That’s probably the most sensible comment ever made on this subject.

    If wealthy billionaire greedy lying arsehole Winsome McIntosh and her band of greedy lying arsehole lawyers want to take a page out of the “Climate Scientist” school of BS propaganda, they’ll go back and edit every historical photo in existence to make the sea levels seem LOWER way back then, so that we HAVE to believe that all the sea levels are now so very much HIGHER now.

    OR they’ll run a global media campaign to brand any and all such historical photos as misinformation peddled by a bunch of inbred conspiracy theorists.

    Don’t laugh – that’s exactly what they WILL do if they think there’s any chance they can get away with it.

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  5. @ Neville Thompson

    Mate you can’t go around saying sensible things like that!!!

    That’ll get you in trouble for sure (God Forbid anyone says anything sensible anymore) In fact, Jack will come and get you for that -if the crazy bastard has his way – but I am staying schtum from here on in!

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  6. Neville Thompson

    I would have Winsome and her Mob charged with insanity to cause panic and prison them on one of those islands for them to find out for themselves that was they are saying is not happening

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  7. “The UN’ Human Rights Committee ruled that Australia had failed to take adequate action to cut emissions or adopt adaptation measures to protect the islands.”

    Get the US, China and India and the global industrial powerhouses to cover the costs. Their emissions are much much much greater than ours. And while you’re at it tell the UN’ Human Rights Committee to go fk itself for releasing its own emissions.

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  8. va121: “This “lets bash the west for everything” is starting to wear a little thin Watson! fuck me!”

    I think that’s what they have in mind, va 121. And not just you, me too! lol

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  9. I actually missed the main gist (and no its pronounced GHIST its pronounce jist :)) Not only is it our fault that someone lost the plug but now where are getting belted because we aren’t helping evacuate these recent inhabitant bods. We aren’t the only country in the region you know, we have plenty of neighbours, norht and north west of us that could assist.

    This “lets bash the west for everything” is starting to wear a little thin Watson!

    fuck me!

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  10. all you have to do to check for sea level rising is to look at some really old photos of fort denison in Sydney harbour and match those photos with modern ones, its a clear indicator of no rising sea levels, its all BS it always has been and the powers that be know so.

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  11. Ummmmm, can someone please explain to me why Australia is being sued………….that’s a bit like suing the tap because it couldn’t fill up the bath because there was no plug in the bunghole (see what i did there?????)

    Insantiy abounds!

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  12. Botswana O'Hooligan

    OK, let’s take Saibai in Torres Strait for it’s a mud Island a bit above sea level and about a stones throw from the PNG mainland. The people in Bamaga mostly came from there just after WW2 for the island was supposedly sinking and it wasn’t, just king tides that as usual flood a bit of low lying land. The clincher, a WW2 aeroplane is pranged in the passage and the blue painted prop tip is visible above the water as the tides ebb and rise and it always has been visible, at least when I used to fly in there during the 80’s forty years after WW2. Saibai is still there, there is still an airstrip there and people still live there. This climate change stuff is straight out crap and of course money is concerned and that explains that!

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