Too many Australians dont know what it is to be human anymore. Or maybe that is not so new. The continent was once called Terra Nullius (Nobody’s Land) so that colonisers could ignore the indigenous inhabitants and claim ownership for their own nation.
Many people in Australia believe Australia has a good human rights record, but, so far, not a single one of them from the Prime Minister down has been willing to say publicly and openly for me on this blog that what happened to me was wrong: in 2016 when I wanted to celebrate human rights in Australia, my own human rights were trashed.
So I renounced my citizenship and sought asylum in Indonesia, a nation built on civilised humanity.
After two weeks of sanctuary in a tertiary level madrassah and three months in Immigration Detention, I was deported back to Australia against my will.
I might become homeless this Australian summer.
But I wont back down: I stand on and I speak up for my right to be free.
For freedom of speech.
For the integrity of representative democracy.
For the right to self-determination.
Geoff Fox, Human Rights Day, 2019, Terra Nullius
Man hating modern feminism has created the astonishing and deeply disturbing phenomenon of heterosexual men in The West rejecting women and Going Their Own Way.
I too am going my own way – to Indonesia.
I have been crippled by suicidal ideation in Australia as a result of human rights violations against me in 2016 to protect an Australian Labor Party female politician from the exercise of my democratic rights.
On the 19th of June this year on the island of Java, I have renounced my Australian citizenship.
On the 21st of June I wrote to the president of Indonesia informing him that I am stateless and would like to become an Indonesian citizen.
I have had one meeting with a very polite, efficient and helpful gentleman in an office of the Indonesian Department of Immigration. He informed me that actions I have taken in rejecting my Australian citizenship have put me at risk of five years jail or a fine of 500 million rupiah. (approximately 50,000 Australian dollars.) I dont have that $50,00o.
I give myself much more chance of surviving 5 years in jail in Indonesia than of surviving any forcible repatriation to the modern Australian misandry which has destroyed the life I had there.
I cannot survive in Australia.
I want to be Indonesian now.
Because I want to survive.
Geoff Fox, Jawa, Indonesia, July 26, 2019