Geriatrics V IslamoNazis – Jakarta 1965 – Whose Victims Were They?

Just been poring over various websites for inspiration, and sure enough, the IslamoNazi FPI provides grist to the mill once more.

This time they’re belly-aching about a get-together of the ‘1965 Murder Victims Research Foundation  (YPKP 65) due to be held around now, in Salatiga, Central Java. 


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Their braying fuhrer, Muchsin, apparently ‘smells communism,’ and, oblivious to the similarities between his movement’s ideology and tactics and those traditionally deployed by the totalitarian hypocrites of Communist Parties everywhere, is threatening to send in jihadist white-shirt louts to break up the gathering. 


muchsin alatas fpi Muchsin


“One of our campaigns is to resist communist activities. Every such event, FPI will reject it and dissolve it,” said Muchsin on Thursday. any surviving cadres of the Red vermin active in the attempted PKI (Communist Party of Indoesia) take-over in 1965 must be positively geriatric by now, the white-shirts should be able to best them in combat…  
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IslamoNazis V Freedom-Fighters? – Some Chicken, Some Neck


…unlike when they run up against able-bodied citizens, like those who sent them scuttling to that Sukorejo mosque, cowering like cornered rats til the cops escorted them out of town under cover of darkness.

It’s quite natural for Indonesia to ban the PKI. They were an evil organisation of knaves and traitors, and, as noted, hypocrites, like that rubbish writer Pramoedya – his unethical role during one of the darkest periods for creativity during the Guided Democracy era, when he led the persecution of artists and literary figures who disagreed with him. (this protest is air-brushed out of most Western references nowadays, though a brief mention is to be found in an otherwise slavishly pro-Pram article in the Economist )


But it’s up to police to enforce that law, not sectarian hoodlums.


pkiposter PKI thugs


As for their intended targets, which murders are they on about? If it includes DN Aidit, the putative Commissar-in-Chief of the red tyranny the PKI wanted, then no regrets. he got what was coming to him, and what he would have dished out in spades to any freedom-loving Indonesian who got in communism’s way. That’s what communists do. That was why they were smuggling in weaponry –  those 10,000 rifles from their Beijing pay-masters! 

But if it’s the many poor folk gulled into the PKI’s labour and peasant front groups, who were culled mercilessly in the aftermath of the failed kudeta, then, yes, remember them, as victims, in reality, of the PKI, whose lies they fell for and thus made themselves marked men, and women. 

  • anti_communism_by_leandrotr Indonesia routed the Reds in 1965

The blades and bullets that killed those simple folk were used by anti-communists, cruelly, but besides the physical guilt of the people who took them out, there’s surely a moral guilt too.

The victims would not have been in the firing line had they not been propagandised into becoming running-dogs for a movement as satanic as they come.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of YPKP 65, Bedjo Untung denied everything. Not a hammer, sickle, nor even the word ‘communism’ had ever been used since his outfit was founded.

Let’s wait and see. The dead are dead and gone. But all too often there is confusion, sometimes deliberate, about those who are still alive.

If Bedjo is interested in the rights of the innocent, people victimised for just being realted to reds, or falsely accused of being reds, fair enough. But if he is claiming that unrepentant PKI traitors should be treated as honest citizens, then he deserves the cold shoulder.