Ya Udah – Jakarta Pinkos Shrill At Menteng Resto Sign!

I only heard about this yesterday, not being on Facebook myself, since they kicked me off for spreading news of the Cikeusik Pogrom a couple of years ago.

Given its leftist bias, I’ve no regrets!

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  • It seems some shrill little pinko ( apparently with links to the Jakarta Post – surprise surprise!) got his knickers in a twist over a sign put up in Ya Udah bistro in Menteng.


ya-udah bistro


The frantic little fellow used Facebook to whine that the sign was ‘racist,’ and a handful of other whiners joined in, and the sign was removed.

Admittedly, it could have been improved.

For a start, comparing customers who bring in their own provisions with the parasitic primitives pouring into Europe lacks validity.

The crimmigrants who are busily leeching off European tax-payers in ‘refugee’ centres across the Continent don’t bring much of anything into the civilised countries which they gate-crash.

Except grotesque displays of crass ingratitude…

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…just one aspect of the arrogance which was first manifested at the various borders they sought to trample, gross disrespect of the sovereign nations to whose welfare troughs they were raucously demanding access.


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But what a childish tantrum for Jakarta’s pinko population to throw!

Ya Udah is a really nice place to meet up with friends, as I’ve said before now, more than once.

Anytime I’ve been there, the customers are a grand mix of ethnicities, pleasant, respectable people, though, not like the phoney ‘refugees’ ruining Europe.

yaudah bistro jakarta

Ya Udah

  • The food is good and the prices are MUCH fairer than a lot of the fancy-pants joints where, I imagine, most Jakarta Post scribblers and other lefty layabouts congregate.

I’ve got a heavy social schedule this week and next, but as soon as I can make time, I’ll try to drop by, even though, regrettably, the sign has been taken down.  

It was never a big deal to normal folk anyway, who go to restos to relax and have fun, not to get all snarky about their political hang-ups.