Letter to the United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka

His Excellency Atul Keshap, The Ambassador, C/O Ms. Tameisha Henry, Political Officer, Embassy of the United States of America, 210 Galle Road, Colombo – 03, Sri Lanka.

Date: 08th of June 2016

Your Excellency,

Re: Help me to help others

I have been writing to spread awareness nationally and internationally about the Australian Aboriginal communities’ and refugees' harsh life in Australia. Due to my writings, I was threatened by the government intelligence members. During the final semester of my business degree in 2004 I was banned from the RMIT University while I was making local and international students aware of Australia’s harsh treatment of its Aboriginal people and refugees. However, the University allowed me to sit for the final exams under security as a prisoner. In 2008 the Australian government stole my passport, deleted my citizenship details from the database, and threatened to throw me in a detention centre as an illegal immigrant. My citizenship certificate no: ME9701311V, issued on 26/03/1997 has disappeared from the system. Still the Australian government hasn't given a reason for deleting my citizenship. I wrote to the United Nations, and also to the other country leaders about this barbaric action. Due to the International pressure, the Australian government had decided to reinstate my citizenship in September 2008. Finally, in October 2008 I received a passport and moved out of Australia; I haven’t stepped into Australia ever since. The Australian government put me in hell. I couldn’t access to employment, unemployment benefit or health care. I was traumatised by the Australian government's barbaric actions, and not comfortable to step into Australia.

I need your help to get justice, and make sure that I am safe in Australia. The Australian government is good in its propaganda. Most of the well-known lawyers have declined to take my case, because of the Australian government’s negative propaganda. The Australian government won't allow me to fight my case, because it will be an international embarrassment . I need your help to get a human rights lawyer to hear my case in the Australian court. Do not continue to ignore the truth. If you do, you are approving the Australian government’s misdeeds indirectly. They killed Aboriginal people and took over the country. How hard for them to delete my citizenship? You can't blindly support injustice, at the same time preach democracy and human rights to rule the world. As a matter of fact there are serious consequences for turning against individuals like me. If you fail to do what is right, the West will lose it. You will lose it sooner than you have anticipated. “Americans believe certain human rights are universal, including the right for every child to an education; for the rule of law to prevent arbitrary detention, guarantee due process, and ensure justice; for every citizen to speak their mind or protest peacefully without fear; to practice their faith peacefully and publicly; and to freely choose their own elected leaders.” - Atul Keshap the United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka.

Yours sincerely,

Antany Peter.

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