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2. What is the problem with the internet in Australia?
Australia is currently experiencing one of the most significant economic, political and social crises of the last 100 years. This crisis has seen hundreds of thousands of innocent Australians put into internment camps without charges being laid, critical infrastructure infrastructure decommissioned, and unprecedented new restrictions imposed on our lives.
This crisis is also one where the ABC has been forced to make an admission that the bulk of our population are just as bad, if not worse, than those interned at Manus Island and Nauru.
Those who’ve stayed or returned have shown they can’t cope with this level of surveillance and abuse any longer, and many of those in internment are planning to self-immolate.
The only hope for the survival of the country are the huge outpourings of support that have come out in response to this crisis, and the majority of Australians are playing a crucial role in reversing this crisis.
3. Do we need to get the authorities to accept there is a problem?
Australia has been one of the pioneers of the internet, and it is no coincidence that this crisis has seen an escalation in surveillance, censorship and attacks on freedom of speech as a way of suppressing the political and social awareness of the people at large.
Internet services and social media have played a critical role in helping to organise opposition to the measures that have been imposed by the government and that have been used to suppress dissent.
It is essential that the people be able to express themselves on the internet and not have the state suppress it.
4. What can be done?
Unlike other countries who are barely even aware of the crisis, Australians know exactly what is going on, and with the collective voice of the people making their voices heard, we have the opportunity to put a stop to it.
Australians have shown their willingness to support the rights of the Manus Island and Nauru refugees in an unprecedented way, and the same spirit of solidarity should be extended to people who are suffering the immense hardship that the government is imposing on them.
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