You’re about to be asked about your background and a number of questions.
The questions are very specific.
They’re very specific about your identity.
They’ve asked if you’ve ever been charged with a crime.
You don’t know, you don’t have any information.
There are three of you.
You’re a man, a woman and a child.
And that child is under two years old.
You have no idea what they’re saying.
They want to know what you know about this.
You’ve been interviewed by the Australian Federal Police.
They say that they want to see you.
But they don’t.
You know that the police have seen you and you’re told that you’re in the wrong place.
There is no information.
You are a person with zero knowledge.
If you are a child under two, you will be in trouble.
You will be charged with child cruelty.
And you will never be released from detention.
You won’t have the benefit of the court system, nor will you be given the chance to contest the charge.
But it’s all a lie.
You may be in prison for five years, but you’ll be out within five years.
It’s a lie that has been propagated by the government.
You’ll never get a hearing.
You were never charged with any crime.
The government will make your life miserable, and it will never let you know it.
The only way to get your information out is to talk to the ABC.
The ABC will never tell you the truth.
There will be no trial.
You can’t be questioned in any way.
And the only thing you can do is lie and tell the truth to the government and to the public.
It will be easier to hide it.
But this is a government that’s deliberately trying to destroy you.
The Truth is out there for the world to see.
The truth is out in the open.
And it’s the people of Australia who are responsible for this.
The people of Victoria are responsible.
It was a very good opportunity for me to tell the ABC the truth about the Australian government.
What they did to me was illegal, it was wrong, it’s not right.
I have a lot of family members that are being treated as if they’re criminals.
I’m sure they’re very angry.
The Australian government has done this to me.
This government is a criminal regime.
This regime has been working on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party since the 1960s.
They have killed thousands of people and tortured thousands of others.
This is the same regime that’s now the government of Australia.
And they’re going to continue to do this to Australians and to anyone who is willing to listen.
I’ve had a number who are now in detention.
There’s a person in this room right now, and I want to tell you about it, because it is the only way that I can tell you.
And this is the reason why I’m telling you this.
I was arrested in Sydney.
They took me to a detention centre, put me in an area that was off-limits to me, and then they brought me out to a hotel.
And I was taken to the police station and then I went to a lawyer.
I went into the barrister and he told me what the police wanted to hear.
He said: You have to tell me what happened.
You had no knowledge of it.
I asked him: What did they want me to say?
And he said: Nothing.
I told him: Why didn’t they say anything?
And then I told the barriser the truth, the truth I’d been given.
And he was shocked.
He was horrified.
He told the lawyer: Why couldn’t you say the truth?
And I told his lawyer: Well, I’m not saying anything, I don’t even know what to say.
But I was told to say nothing.
I said nothing.
And so that was my experience.
The lawyer told me that I had to tell them everything, because they were going to take everything away from me.
I couldn’t speak to them.
They had no right to know.
And then they took me back to the hotel.
I walked into a room and I said to the guards: Please, I want you to go and talk to your families.
And after I had done that, I got into the back of a police car.
I left the hotel and I was driven out to the highway.
And there were police cars.
And when I got there, they handcuffed me.
They started punching me in the head and beating me.
And a man with a gun was coming up to me with a knife.
I tried to run away.
I got away.
They arrested me again and put me on a police van.
I wasn’t able to go anywhere.
They didn’t let me speak to my family.
They couldn’t see them. I can