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Will not see, will not hear, will not know

Caroline Moorehead's journey among refugees is a journey without end and without answers. Therefore, read it.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

[escape] Was it really true that the ordinary German did not know what was going on in Nazi concentration camps? Penny Kelly from Port Augusta, Australia, could never quite believe it. Not until she saw the indifferent reaction among her friends and neighbors during a service at the local Catholic church on October 18, 2002. That day, when the children in the congregation prayed for asylum seekers to be transferred from Woomera to Baxter, she realized that it might be true .

The children had heard about the conditions in the closed refugee institutions through the media and were upset. However, the adults did not seem to care, a terrified Kelly could see. That was when she went out to Baxter. . .

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