Worse every day

Dear Prime Minister,

Sr Jane Keogh is still on Manus Island, suffering with the men there. This is what she wrote a few minutes ago on Facebook:

MANUS and Raja’s situation
WORSE EVERY NEW DAY
It’s just awful here for all the men. Today they were told they will all go to different camps on Manus, split from their friends. There will be no free movement from one camp to the other. The Tamil community looking after Raja are themselves bravely trying to face each day.
Australia is abandoning our friends to incompetents. PNG is not capable of dealing with the psychological and human rights tragedies that Australia has generated.
My colleague, Tim McKenna is a skilled negotiator and we’ve been trying to find a safe placing for Raja who is paranoid and afraid.
We asked to meet with Immigration officials and ABF secured agreement for this. Instead of facing us themselves Immigration organised for Tim and Raja to meet them on an oval and then sent only Raja’s case officer to speak with us.
We put 3 options:
1. Medivac Raja to Australia for approproate treatment until he recovers sufficiently to leave Australia to join his family. REJECTED
2. Allow Raja to do what he asks: go back to the camp where his community can support him and then move with them when they all move after 31 October. REJECTED
3. Go back to the Transit Centre but let a few of his community visit with him on a roster basis. He needs supervision 24/7. He cannot live independently, cook for himself, take his medication unsupervised, make the many phone calls to his family that are his lifeline at present. When stressed he cannot even call his friends.
This young man has just seen his close companion attempt suicide and later succeed and die. Before that another resident friend committed suicide. Raja is full of fear. Paranoia takes over at times of stress and he can’t tell reality from irrational imaginings.
This is a man who bears the very visible scars of extreme torture and went through one hell before he was sent by Australia to another hell. Four years were too long and he has broken. Will he be left to suffer here now until his breakdown is irrevocable?
SURVIVAL REJECTED
Well inhumanity may be the choice of the Australian government and the many citizens who just don’t want to know.
Inhumanity may be the choice of PNG Immigration.
As a believer that we are all called to love and truth, justice and compassion I need to express my own humanity in the face of such inhumanity.
And like many fine caring Aussies I will protest.
I go back to Canberra in a few days. I cannot go back to my normal life while Raja, whom I have come to know and love, suffers on Manus is denied treatment. I will work out the details of my protest over the next few days.I will take a stand in solidarity with Raja and all those deprived of human care on Manus.
Others will support Raja and his community here on Manus.My colleagues will change their current life plans and care for him here. We will keep Raja alive. He will know our love a each day. And we know our fellow caring Australians will help Raja with donations as we run out of our own funds.
Raja is not the only one in this position. And each and every man here has his own deep suffering and need.
I ask all who read this to please find your own way to protest this deliberate cruelty. Send phone credit to Gifts for Manus and Nauru. You can send money for medical support also here. Find on facebook the two appeals for funds for legal support for those denied fair process. I will send links in the next few days.
Send donations for Raja support to Manus Lives Matter- message me here or email janeikeogh@gmail.com for details.
But most critical of all
Talk to your friends and communities, your church leaders and politicians and spread the truth of what is happening.
Go to the rallies. The men here follow you on facebook and they see your care.
— Jane Keogh

I doubt you have the courage to read this. What could you say to Sr Keogh when she says

'Well inhumanity may be the choice of the Australian government and the many citizens who just don't want to know.
Inhumanity may be the choice of PNG Immigration. 
As a believer that we are all called to love and truth, justice and compassion I need to express my own humanity in the face of such inhumanity.
And like many fine caring Aussies I will protest.'?

I read, I weep. I reject your policy utterly. With my heart and soul I stand with the men on Manus and the men, women and children on Nauru and the struggle for their safety and freedom.