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  • ross1948 12:03 am on September 21, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: cikeusik, Facebook, , , , murder, t-shirts   

    ISIS Gear Sold on Java Streets? Facebook Complicit! 

    Having recently raised the issue of scumbags here selling ISIS t-shirts…

    Twisted Java ‘Moderate’ Brackets Peaceful Minorities With Evil ISIS! 

    … it’s only fair to mention that it ain’t just in Indonesia that such an evil trade flourishes.  


    • facebook-is-the-devil
    • ———-


    • The article mentions Indonesian outlets but there are apparently others, too, using Facebook and Twitter and Amazon.
    • Twitter I don’t use, and Amazon only occasionally, but I have plenty of friends on Facebook, who still hang in there, in a kind of guerilla war on FB hypocrisy. They’re on the prowl now, seeking out ISIS evil.
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    • devil destroyed ISIS
    • Facebook operate peculiar ( to say the least) double-standards. They actually REMOVED my link to the video of the Cikeusik Pogrom which occurred on February 6th 2011, only a few score miles from Jakarta – and then they removed me!




    They disabled my account and their promised explanation never materialised, exposing them as liars as well as leftists.

    “At Facebook, we have rules that bar direct statements of hate, attacks on private individuals and groups, and the promotion of terrorism,” said Facebook spokesman Israel Hernandez.. 

    Yet WND reports that there are still FB sites retailing ISIS goods? So if you purport not to like promotion of terrorism, how come you suppress EXPOSURE of terrorism, Mr. Hernandez?



    Because that’s what my video link was…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4cBG9lut0  (not for the squeamish)

    An awful terrorist assault by the vilest, most cowardly, bigot vermin, on three innocent Ahmadis, committed under the gaze of cops, and for which no murder charge has ever been laid, despite clear identification entirely possible, the cackling, howling pigs who martyred three men caught on camera. 

    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 




  • ross1948 7:44 pm on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Frankie Boyle, Glasgow, media bias, referendum. George Square, Rule Britannia, , Taylor Gardner, Unionists   

    ‘Rule Britannia’ In Glasgow Streets – The Referendum Effect? 

    It was interesting to read that crowds of Scottish British patriots turned out in Glasgow, in a contest of choruses on referendum night, ‘Rule Britannia’ echoing around George Square.


    Demonstrators gesture beside police during tonight's demonstration in George Square. Picture: Reuters

    A Channel Four journo managed to smear these people – ‘what many interpret as nazzi-style salutes!’

    No media bias in UK, sure!



    Such displays of pride are rare, outside the Last Night of the Proms. I think the last time I recall such singing was for the Task Force going off to liberate the Falklands from Argie imperialism in 1982.

    Good to see that true Brit grit can still manifest itself in testing times!


    But a few other reactions are worth noting.

    One ‘celebrity’ quoted in the Express could well be in line for a job with the Jakarta Post!

    Taylor Gardner said he was “embarrassed of Scotland”.  He wrote: “I’m very embarrassed of Scotland. …” 




    One may be embarrassed BY something, or even embarrassed FOR someone, but OF?  That’s worthy of the stuff the JP sub-editors would approve.

    But more to the point, WHO is Taylor Gardener?

    I googled, and found a mechanic in Nebraska, but somehow doubt he’s got much interest in separatist movements in the UK.

    Can some reader help?

    Whoever he is, he’s surely more of a civilised being than the foul-mouth who scribbled THIS on his Twitter account. 

    “I should have expected this, because if you’d asked me to estimate how many c***s there were in Scotland, I’d have said about 2 million.”

    So – not that I’d ever wish to be acquainted with Frankie Boyle – who is he and why is he deemed worthy of mention?

    That was my question, and I decided to ask that too of Google. Turns out he’s an ex-alky, ex-dope-head, who thinks being grossly offensive qualifies him as a ‘comedian.’




    He’s also accused Israel of ‘apartheid’ policies and sought to succour some BERK  (that’s how you insult people politely, sir)  held in Guantanamo.

    His record of ‘humour’ is frankly sickening, handicapped kids considered fair game.

    What a sleazoid!


    • Joseph B. Fox 8:38 pm on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      “Berk” is Cockney rhyming slang, derived from “Berkshire hunt”. Go, as the Americans say, figure.

      • ross1948 10:54 pm on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, Mr. J, and I have indicated the meaning in previous posts.
        My point being there are more polite ways to insult somebody than the word the crass Boyle chose to deploy.

  • ross1948 10:24 am on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bogor, Christians persecution, Diani, GKI Yasmin, , , , Lukman, Ministry of Religious Affairs, religious liberty,   

    West Java’s Persecuted Christians – Freedom Hopes Loom! 



    Kompas reports that persecuted Christians here are hopeful at least one case may be resolved soon, with the imminent hand-over of power from President SBY to Jokowi, who has a significantly different track record on tolerance.

    In Bogor, West Java, the Protestant GKI Yasmin congregation has been shamefully oppressed for years, denied access to their church, despite favourable rulings from both the Supreme Court and the National Ombudsman.

    The local authorities, formerly under the fanatic Mayor Diani and currently under the so-called ‘moderate’ Mayor Bima, keep the house of worship sealed, and scenes of mayhem, with bussed in bigots from the GARIS lout outfit, whose leader recently declared himself the ISIS king-pin in Indonesia, have occurred.




    The cops have been reduced to the role of referees between peaceful Christians and thuggish hoodlums. No order given to enforce the high court ruling, they stand disgraced in the eyes of Indonesia and the world.

    For several years now, Yasmin and other victimised minorities have worshipped on the street, in downtown Jakarta (where I sometimes join them) right across from the Presidential Palace, praying and pleading for President SBY to lift a finger for freedom of religion.

    That head of state ends his term of office next month.

    So hopes of justice are rekindled.

    And now Presidential Advisory Council Member, Albert Hasibuana, who has been trying his best for the Christians, has been to see the Religion Minister, Lukman. He, Lukman, had recently said and done some things to offer hope, after he replaced the dismal intolerant Suryadharma Ali.

    Morning In Indonesia? Ray of Hope for Liberty, As Jokowi Waits to Win! 


    main-lukman-hakim4 Lukman

    But alas,  Lukman gave only a short answer about the solution of the central government over the GKI Yasmin case. He was evasive about confirmation whether the government will soon implement the Supreme Court decision. 


    Well, he probably won’t have long to reconsider his evasive answers.



    jokowi-twitter Jokowi


    President-Elect Jokowi is due to announce a new Cabinet, and unless Lukman gets real on tolerance for Christians, we could be seeing a new Minister for Religious Affairs – although frankly such a Ministry must be an anachronism in a modern state like Indonesia, which guarantees the right to worship in its constitution.

    Religion should be something people observe in their own time.

    School prayers okay, as the great majority of parents want, but state intervention, especially state subsidies to fanatics like the MUI, which continues to issue fatuous fatwas…

    Islamist ‘Scholars’ – “Don’t Complain if You’re Attacked!” 

    … ought surely to be confined to ensuring all creeds are free to worship peacefully.


    Presidential Advisory Council Member, Albert Hasibuan


    Anyway, Albert is hopeful.



    And so should we all be! 

  • ross1948 9:33 am on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Power to the People – Oregon Ballot on Obama’s Arrogant Illegals 


    Splendid news from Oregon, a small state setting a great example to other Americans concerned about Obama’s dream (nightmare) of flooding the USA with illegal aliens.




    Despite all kinds of contortions by enemies of democracy in courts and even in the state legislature, “Protect Oregon Driver Licenses,”  has been approved for a state-wide referendum in November.

    This gives citizens a chance to veto the pro-crimmigrant  lobby’s disgraceful grant of driving licences to people who have no right to be in Oregon at all!

    The enemy within Oregon won passage of  Senate Bill 833, which mandated state authorities to to license illegals, and it came into effect this year.

    • Fortunately, Oregonian For Immigration Reform (OFIR) had already got to work. They quickly exceed their goal, more signatures than they actually needed, Some 64,709 patriots signed up, and not only does this make the referendum obligatory on the recalcitrant piolitical in-crowd but also STOPPED implementation until the voters have their say.


    referndmlet peole vote


    Te depths to which the establishment were rpeared to stoop in defence of crimmigrants surprised even me. The State House of Representatives even re-wrote OFIR’s ballot question, to twist its wording in order to confuse the electorate – happily, that betrayal of responsibility didn’t make it through the State Senate.. 

    At the time, OFIR President Cynthia Kendoll said in a statement, “Oregonians and every major newspaper across the state raised their voices in loud protest of the Oregon Legislature’s unprecedented attempt to hi-jack the ballot language for the citizens veto referendum.”

    And that’s a prospect horrifying to the pro-crimmigrant lobby, who abhor democracy.

    But campaigns, no matter how righteous, cannot succeed without the munitions of political war.


    Currently the rich, who are usually safely cocooned far from the impact of undesirable aliens, have piled in, total anti-American funds already over $200,000, a sharp contrast to PODL’s $28,000 bank-roll.

    I don’t know how many of my numerous American readers reside in Oregon, but everyone who can should contribute to this campaign. It’s a small state and it’s not the central issue, which must remain expelling the unwanted aliens from th USA.

    But it is a rare case of actual real people getting a direct say. 

    The arrogance of illegals is outrageous, loud and public complaints that they’ll face problems if it passes.  Easy solution to any such problems.



    out with them


    They can always go back where they belong. 


    Contact OFIR via email – click here.

    Write or phone OFIR at:

    Oregonians For Immigration Reform
    P.O. Box 1438
    Oregon 97128-1438

    Telephone: (503) 435-0141

    An Oregon Chartered 501(c)4 Organization


    Contact the OFIR PAC at:

    Oregonians For Immigration Reform Political Action Committee (OFIR PAC)
    P.O. Box 7354
    Salem, OR 97301


    Help them any way you can!


  • ross1948 8:09 am on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Birmingham, September 29th, UKIP and The Tories – A Meeting Worth Attending? 

    Gosh, it’s great to live in Jakarta!





    That beautiful sunshine out there, as I rose and opened my curtains was, and most days here is, a delight with which to start my day.


    Having said that, for the umpteenth time, it’s not often, if ever, that’d I’ve considered it might be nice to be in Birmingham.

    …but this could be a good reason to consider a visit!

    UKIP and the Future of the Conservative Party
    With the speakers;
    Charles Moore, biographer of Margaret Thatcher and Former editor of the Telegraph
    The Hon. Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Member of Parliament for North-East Somerset
    & James Delingpole, journalist, columnist, novelist and Executive Editor of Breitbart.com

    The Birmingham & Midland Institute
    Margaret Street, Birmingham B3 3BS


    Monday, 29th September 2014 1pm – 3pm

  • ross1948 11:40 pm on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Islamist Gang Confronts Jakarta Democracy 

    It must be galling for benighted backward brutes in Jakarta to have not only a Christian but also an ethnic Chinese Governor running Indonesia’s capital city.

    Jakarta Jew-Haters Boo Chinese Christian Candidate 


    They certainly said so during the gubernatorial election! 





    Most Indonesians, on the other hand, whether or not they like Ahok’s sometimes abrasive style, are surely proud that their 90% Muslim capital elected Ahok as Deputy Governor two years ago, spurning sectarian ranters, and certainly see no reason to object to his constitutionally correct elevation to the gubernatorial job about to be vacated by President-Elect Jokowi.

    But ‘most’ is not ‘all.’

    Never overlook the shrill noises a rabid band of fanatics can emit when upset.


    • “Reject Ahok”- IslamoNazi FPI banner
    • —————–
    • Sindonews.com reports that the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) is calling on Jakarta City Council to reject Basuki Purnama (Ahok’s proper name) as replacement for the position of Governor.

    These IslamoNazis are planning a demo for next week, 24th September, and erecting banners blasting Ahok.

    “We will mobilize the masses in front of the City Council on the 24th of September,” said Secretary of Jakarta DPD FPI Novel Bamu’min…according  to Novel Ahok does not deserve to be Governor of Jakarta…the man is also not fit to hold his current position, Vice Governor of Jakarta.


    “….his arrogant and abusive talking…a leader should be able to set an example for his people. During his time, Ahok is always making provocative statements and heating up the atmosphere…”  http://metro.sindonews.com/read/902824/31/tolak-ahok-fpi-bakal-kerahkan-massa  

    Aaaw, c’mon, Novel!

    Lots of local notables here make provocative statements.

    WE know the real reason you don’t like him.

    Who was it that hurled that famous sexist and sectarian abuse at the district head in Lenteng Agung, South Jakarta, that infamous ignoramus outburst?


    habib novel Supreme leadershipfpi Habib Novel Bamumin


    Why yes, the self-same Bamumin! 

    At least then he was forthright about his sectarian motivations.

    Why, now, does he skulk behind objections to Ahok’s forthright rhetoric? If the FPI did harbour concerns about public figures using inflammatory speech, why haven’t they long since retired Novel’s white-shirt colleague, the notorious Lubis.


    • alubis Lubis,Secretary General of the FPI
    • ——————–

    Bunuh, bunuh, bunuh,’   – kill, kill, kill,’ he shrieked at a rabid rabble, urging the murder of the peaceful Ahmadiyah religious minority (video link here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7RLCXNdKF4 )

    One can hardly, after all, get much more into heating up the atmosphere than issuing clarion calls to murder innocent people.  

  • ross1948 9:35 pm on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Indocraft 24-28 September, Jakarta 

  • ross1948 9:34 pm on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    MegaCareer Expo – Jakarta, 23rd -24th September 

  • ross1948 11:30 am on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: personal, Scottish referendum,   

    Hallelujah! Scotland IS British! 

    Final results not quite in, but it is clear Scots have made their decision, with a win for British unity. I am now going to take a break, not quite as tired as the Scots who have also been watching. It’s 5.30a.m up there!

    My visitor has postponed that visit till tomorrow, so a rest is in order now, then out into the sunshine, feeling a lot more relaxed.

    • Lairedion 11:57 am on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      While I believe staying within the UK is the most sensible decision, the negativity from the No-camp was quite appaling.

      • ross1948 12:06 pm on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

        G’day, Lairedion. I have not replied to many commenters recently, because I see no need to if their points speak for themselves.
        But if one is campaigning for a ‘no’ vote, it is not entirely surprising if negative noises are made. That’s Salmond’s doing, because he chose the question. Had it been ‘do you want keep the UK united,’ then the SNP would have been saying ‘no.’
        I agree more should have been done to focus on the deeper issues of loyalty, as I’ve done. Economics is important but should not be the basis when it comes to decisions on self-determination.
        But equally, Salmond’s SNP comrade Sillars must surely take the cake for his menaces to those who disagreed with his cause, expropriation of private property, Chavez/Castro style.
        Enough for now, I need a nap!

    • yogi 4:33 pm on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Yes! Thank God it’s NO!

  • ross1948 8:59 am on September 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply  

    Big Day in Britain – Glued to Screen! 

    Not much chance of many posts on RRA till much later. I am stuck in front of my tv, waiting for a welcome visitor and watching the results coming in from Scotland.

    I even left a party early last night, the more easily to rise this morning to observe history unfold.


    • —————————————————————————————-
    • At the moment, I see encouraging results, but mostly from less populous areas.

    Glasgow and Edinburgh have yet to announce, and those will be the clinchers.



    • Vojo 8:36 am on September 20, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      It was all over the screens, and in editorials in Canadian newspapers as well, Ross. I’m happy that the NO side won 55%. Now, however, the UK will be more of a federation, more like Canada, where Canadian provinces already all have more powers than UK countries have now.

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