Islamist Insanity – ‘He’s Married The Goddess of the South Seas!’


Most of you, like me, lead lives concerned with enjoyment. It may be that you delight in your family, or your job, or sport, or party-going.

Or all of the above!

Life is short and it’s not a dress-rehearsal – apologies to those who believe in reincarnation, but that’s just how I feel about it. 

That’s today’s intro, but here’s something to think about. 

 

  • nature “So the water, the soil, the sun, the air become a composite, energy for the welfare of society without exploitation, because that people obey the law of nature is a certainty.”

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Wow! A bit heavy, but harmless, yeah? And anyone who propounds such ideas should not be harassed or hounded for doing so?

Pause for general agreement. Ooops!

Not in West Java, not even if the ideas come from a senior local government position, like Dedi Mulyadi, Regent of Purwakarta. He’s not only a notable but a thinker, and a writer, and he’s written a book setting forth his thoughts on the nature of life and the universe.

He seems to be a likeable chap.

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Good for him. Or not.

Because ‘some Muslims are uneasy.’ And ‘scholars are fretful.‘   http://nasional.tempo.co/read/news/2015/11/30/058723573/dilaporkan-fpi-ke-polda-begini-reaksi-bupati-purwakarta

So says the local IslamoNazi FPI chief, a ‘scholar’ himself.

The ‘scholars’ mentioned are hardly what normal folk think of as scholars. They are ulema, steeped in Islamist dogma but that’s where their ‘learned’ status stops. But even they don’t usually come out with the sort of rank hogwash we heard from one infamous Islamist bigot.

He has accused Dedi of secretly marrying Nyai Loro Kidul, the legendary Goddess of the South Seas.

SERIOUSLY!

Habib Rizieq (left) with the nastiest terrorist convict in the country, Abu Bakr Bashyir

  • Guess who?

Yup, it’s the ‘high priest’ of the FPI, Habib Rizieq! 

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  •  Hmm…A man could do worse!
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  • Although large numbers of Javanese worship her ( and that ticks off the Islamists no end!) she doesn’t appear too often.
  • Like I say, a legend. Locals don’t wear green on the Parangtritis beach, for fear she’ll take a fancy to them and carry them off, into her oceanic domain. 

No wonder Dedi’s laughing about that IslamoNazi berk’s babblings! 

But here’s where it gets beyond a joke.

In response to complaints from the white-shirt gang, West Java Police are investigating Dedi!

The report will be explored by the Special Criminal investigation team…

BORING.

Who gives a monkey’s if some Muslims or some Catholics, or Protestants, or Hindus, are uneasy. They should be told to take a chill-pill and grow up!

And if those dogmatic drones, the ‘scholars,’ are in a fret, that’s hardly news at all. The curmudgeonly old (and sadly young) ‘clerics’ spend much of their time seemingly searching for fret-producing issues, and invent them if they can’t find them.

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  • Dedi’s book, for example, was published long ago, but only now has some sectarian sticky-beak stumbled on it as a whine-excuse. 

Nonetheless, when are the relevant authorities going to tell the nasty fanatics who infest this country that wasting police time is not just anti-social, but also a prosecutable offence – or should be.

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  • Given the amount of real crime, not least shameless corruption in high places, Indonesia’s Police must have better things to do than investigate sane people just because demented dorks are in a tizzy about a book.

Alas, there is a pool of intolerance in this beautiful archipelago, exemplified by Gramedia, one of the largest publishing companies, which owns many media, including the pretend-pluralist Jakarta Post.

burning books Gramedia’s Nazi-style book-burning

The management of that collaborationist company grovelled despicably to the most mean-spirited jihadists only a year or so ago, revelling in a Nazi-style public book-burning.

Grovelling Gramedia’s BookBurning Bonanza – Appeasing Fanatics 

The book’s ‘crime’ then was the same as Dedi’s book’s now – dissing religion.