I have a solution for the Australian farmers, refugees and homeless people.

I could have easily saved billions of dollars to provide shelter for every homeless person. However, the government has been wasting billions of dollars on offshore detention centres and also wasting billions of dollars by voluntarily cancelling submarine contracts with France. The government has failed to do proper research before signing the contract with France. Clearly, we see ignorance due to a lack of accountability. It is not the politicians' salaries or superannuation funds, but taxpayers' hard-earned money has been wasted. The government has also created unwarranted rifts with France. Above all, the government has been encouraging the nuclear-armed race in Australasia.

Due to Peter Dutton’s misconduct, the Queensland Police had asked him to resign. Later on, he became the home affairs minister and managed the Australian Federal Police, Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, Australian border force. Now he became the defence minister. A man who was not good enough to be a police officer became Australia’s defence minister. Clearly, the Murdoch media has betrayed the Australian public by deliberately omitting Peter Dutton’s true character. Furthermore, Australian leadership standards have been going backward under Prime Minister Scott Morison and Defence Minister Peter Dutton. About time, the people of Australia defeat incompetent leaders and send them home.

Currently, the Australian Farmers are devastated, because they do not have enough farm-workers due to the pandemic. I had a solution, but the government adamantly refused to listen. Since the late 1990s, I have been asking the governments to use refugees in the agriculture sector until their cases have been finalised, instead of locking up in detention centres. However, the ministers have been ignoring me and locking up the refugees in detention centres while the Australian Agriculture sector needs workers. Unfortunately, the politicians have been recklessly wasting the taxpayers’ money and giving unnecessary heartaches to refugees, especially to the children.

The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Save the Children, and GetUp published a report in 2019 titled 'At What Cost?’ The report found that offshore detention and processing cost around $9 billion between 2016 and 2020. According to the Refugee Council of Australia 2019 report, the taxpayers are paying more than $573,000 per year to hold an asylum seeker in offshore detention, and more than $346,000 to hold an asylum seeker in detention in Australia. It costs more than $103,343 per year for an asylum seeker to live in community detention and $10,221 for an asylum seeker to live in the community on a bridging visa until their claim is processed. According to Channel 7, the government has spent $30 million to detain just one family on Christmas Island

knowledge makes a man unfit to be a slave - Frederick Douglass

According to Frederick Douglass knowledge makes a man unfit to be a slave, but the Australian political elites think differently so. Due to my writings, I cannot get a high-profile job to utilise my knowledge and skills. The political elites have been destroying my life because of my ethnic background. A Sri Lankan Tamil family's hardships have been exposed by the political elites and Murdoch media to increase the votes in the name of ‘protecting Australia.’ However, the same government and media have been covering up my hardships as a writer. 

I have been making awareness of the Aboriginal Australians' and refugees' hardships. They simply do not want anybody questioning their rapes inside of the Parliament House or how they treat the First Australians and refugees; especially they hate Asians who question them. I am constantly isolated by the government's disinformation. The Australian political elites have been destroying me because of my ethnic background. However, I am wise and talented enough to enlighten the world, especially the dragon.

Between 2003 and 2008, I have lifted awareness of the reality of the Australian outback while Australia was fighting in Iraq. In 2008, the Australian Government deleted my citizenship without a legal proceeding to leave me out on the street for making awareness of the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander People’s and refugees' hardships. I could not even defend my case through a lawyer, because the government hoodwinked the entire country. When I reached out to the international community the government silently reinstated my citizenship without an explanation or apology. Thirteen years have gone, but justice has not been served. Since 2008, I have been spending Christmases, and my birthdays on my own because of the government's isolation tactic based on disinformation.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. -Edmund Burke

I have an Australian business degree and postgraduate education in human resources management. On top of that, I have read more than 300 books to expand my knowledge in world history, human development, the global economy, and international affairs. But wherever I go the politicians’ hidden hand so-called ‘intelligence unit’ follows me and spread disinformation to keep me in isolation. On top of that, the government is constantly monitoring my emails and phone calls to keep me in isolation by blocking some of my emails and phone calls, if these emails and phone calls are deemed to be inappropriate to the government’s isolation tactics.

I do not have a criminal record, but I am in isolation because good people do not speak up. The government has everything within its disposal to undermine my credibility. I am aware of my opponents. I have developed my knowledge to fight a good fight, at the same time I am aware of the risks that I am taking. I was living in shared accommodation and ended up having coronavirus in July 2020. I wrote two letters to Prime Minister Scott Morrison and sent those letters through registered post. However, no reply from the Prime Minister's office, notably the government is too busy fear-mongering the public about me. However, nothing will stop me from doing noble things.

“I do not focus on the hardships that I face due to the actions that I have taken, but only on my hope and dream that the injustice will turn to justice.” ― Antany Peter ―

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