pressreleases Food, water, power to be cut at Manus Island centre as refugees forced to depart By Editor Posted on October 20, 2017 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Read hereFairfax Related Items: Share Tweet Share Share Email Author Credits: [show_post_categories parent="no" parentcategory="writers" show = "category" hyperlink="yes"] 1 Comment 1 Comment TV resident October 22, 2017 at 12:54 pm Our Federal lib/lab gov’ts have a hell of a lot to answer to with the detention of these asylum seekers. When Howard sent our soldiers into war in Iraq and the Middle East he immediately made Australia responsible, morally, for the welfare of displaced persons, in my opinion. Now the lunatic we have as Immigration Minister is nothing more than a mean-spirited hypocrite who appears to get some kind of weird pleasure out of the torture of these poor beings. He should be utterly ashamed of himself !!!