Drooling Pigs – ‘Moral Vigilantes’ Arrested In Tangerang!

While it’s still International Day to Stop Violence Against Women, I have to mention four sleazy scumbags.

Four people suspected of making a couple strip naked and forcing them to march on the streets have been arrested in the Tangerang Regency of Indonesia.

This kind of thing is nothing new. I remember being shocked when I read a similar report back in 1999, when I was still new to Indonesia.

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In those days, technology was not as advanced as 2017, so only photographs were taken.

Now what is ludicrously described as an act of ‘moral vigilantism’ which took place on Saturday (11 November) was filmed and the video went viral.


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The unwed couple were accused by locals of performing an unspecified “immoral act” inside a home in a village.

According to Tangerang Regency police chief Sabilul Alif, the couple were pushed into the street by the vigilantes who rebuked them for being “indecent.”

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But the tail-end of the report is more than disturbing, the reminder that in January, two consenting adulterers in Tangerang were forced to march in public, but those responsible were not charged with any crime.


And a similar desecration of justice occurred elsewhere, in August – again, no charges brought against the scabrous brutes who had  a couple paraded through the streets in rural Indonesia..    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/indonesian-couple-stripped-naked-beaten-paraded-1647186

Yet the man thus bullied was charged with adultery!



OK, we can say that such displays of a moronic mind-set are confined to uneducated ignoramuses.

But where do they get this sicko mentality from.

It’s obviously to do with having a dirty mind and a zeal for humiliating women and for making the most of an opportunity to be voyeurs, grubby adolescent panting at a chance to see a woman’s private parts.

But who passed the laws that allow people to be ‘charged with adultery.’

Who arrogates to themselves the right to decree what constitutes the proper penalty for adultery?

I suppose we should just be glad it’s not those benighted ‘scholars’ who are forever yapping about their prescribed remedies for everything that goes wrong, or even just goes on, rightly or wrongly.

The fanatic Islamists of the state-funded Indonesian Council of ‘Scholars’  -the MUI would make life even more unpleasant if they had their way.

Get a load of this geezer!


Syamsul Maarif,  General Secretary of the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) Jakarta

“If the act of adultery is by a married person, then stoning is the sentence, while if unmarried, then it’s whipping,” he said. 



One hopes and prays that ‘scholars’ like Syamsul Ma’arif,  NEVER get close to governing Indonesia.


Actually, they are very close indeed.