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  • ross1948 00:04 on June 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1965, apology to reds, , , ,   

    Bravo, Jokowi – No Crawling To Unrepentant Red Rats! 

    Great to see the Jakarta Post has failed in its tireless campaigning…

    Jakarta Post’s ‘Red Apology’ Clique Getting Desperate? 

    . … on behalf of the unrepentant red vermin of the PKI (Indonesian Communist Party)


    pkiposter Vicious PKI thugs


    President Jokowi has now made it unequivocally clear that the government would not apologize to the now defunct Indonesian Communist Party

    Jokowi said his government will focus on the future by developing the nation to gain competitiveness with other countries, not looking back on the country’s past…



    Jokowi –  “…nobody will apologize to PKI,” he said.


    Personally I’ve always been able to see the case for some kind of statement of regret aimed at the innocent people who suffered because of the PKI.

    I mean poor folk victimised for just being related to reds, or falsely accused of being reds.

    One must also have sympathy for the hundreds of thousands killed because the PKI duped them into their labour and peasant collaborationist fronts. 

    That no such conclusion has come about is surely the fault of the Jakarta Post ( and some other media) which failed totally to draw a distinction between those hapless folk and the actual villains of the piece…

    communism tyranny

    …the Communists, many of whom, aged but still evil, have STILL not repudiated the totalitarian hypocrisy which was (and of course still is) the essence of marxism everywhere. .

    If the comsymp scribblers had drawn that distinction, some sort of apology might well have been forthcoming. 

  • ross1948 15:55 on June 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    BBC Bias On PKI – So Kids Shouldn’t Learn Nazis Were Evil? 

    When I was at school, partly in Canada but also in Britain, our teachers did not mince their words about Hitler and his Nazis.


    • nazi-eu-hitler
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    • They were BAD, BAD, BAD.

    Especially in Britain, where there were areas we passed each day on our way to and from school where entire blocks of buildings, homes to hundreds of families, had been blown away by the Luftwaffe, acting on Nazi Blitzkrieg orders.

    I suppose you might find Nazi-sympathisers who’d argue that our teachers’ lessons on the evils of Hitler’s cause were ‘indoctrination,’ but most would disagree.

    Like the Spanish Inquisition…

    …and the Slave Trade…

    ….and sending small children up factory chimneys…

    ….there were, and are, certain aspects of history which we are brought up, by both teachers and parents, to believe were wicked.

    Certainly nobody at the BBC would describe class-room condemnation of such evils as ‘indoctrination.’

    So how come the BBC applies a different standard to Indonesia.



    Children were indoctrinated to believe that communists were evil.

    That one sentence, in a long report on the current debate here in Jakarta….

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-36431837 – on whether President Jokowi should make a formal apology to the unrepentant totalitarian hypocrites of the Indonesian Communist Party – the hated PKI….

    ….displays BBC’s essentially leftist bias. 

    It’s an absurd sentence.

    Imagine if mathematics teachers were the topic?

    Children were indoctrinated to believe that 2+ 2 =4.

    Or geography teachers?

    Children were indoctrinated to believe that Indonesia is an archipelago.

    Of course communists were, and are, evil, for every possible reason, and nobody who has studied history should need to be reminded of those reasons, some of which we reviewed in this post.

    ‘We Don’t Want Communism?’ But if You Did, It’s Time To Apologise!! 



    …it was the PKI who caused the mass slaughter. Their lying communist propaganda gulled thousands of simple folk into their peasants’ and industrial workers’ front outfits, and it was those poor mugs who got the brunt of the backlash.

    Mind you, not all of the PKI fronts were naive dupes.

    LEKRA, the ‘intellectual’ gang whose leading light was Pramoedya
    That nasty old swine was as viciously intolerant towards freedom-loving Indonesians as the IslamoNazi FPI is today intolerant of Indonesians who believe in religious liberty.

    –I’ve referred readers to Tempo, issue May 16-22, 2006 before, but must once more do so, for it covers the evil old Red’s career rather well and explains why some 25 “prominent literary figures and cultural observers” put their distinguished names to a formal submission to the Magsaysay Award Committee in 1995, protesting at that body’s decision to give Pramoedya an award.


    communism tyranny


    Their reasons were simply stated, viz 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 http://www.economist.com/node/168819 )


    Aidit Senior was indeed killed, but plenty of his comrades ran like cockroaches, to the sort of countries where they’d feel at ease, tyrannies in which neither peasants nor workers enjoyed any vestige of liberty.  Places like Red China, and, I imagine, Castro’s Cuba, where evil held sway and still does.


    aiditMetro TV - Kemarin, Che Guevara (Penjahat Komunis) - Siapa Besok? D.N.Aidit (PKI)? Aidit and Guevara- rabid reds unlamented


    To teach kids that communists are evil…hell, it’s no different from telling them not to bully class-mates, or steal other kids’ lunch-money, or warning them not to talk to strangers.

    So why does the BBC suggest such teaching is ‘indoctrination?’


    • Tiara 16:59 on June 12, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I am happy if teachers tell children PKI very bad because they are very bad.
      Communist same like the Nazis dangerous and killing people


    • Lukas 15:26 on June 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      About BBC, what do you think about the their Indonesian branch? (BBC Indonesia) especially about this sensitive issues?


      • ross1948 16:17 on June 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Selamat sore, Pak. \
        I have been preoccupied with Britain’s battle for Merdeka.
        So not had time to check out BBC Indonesia in depth. However, BBC in general is notorious for left bias, so I’d expect there to be a leftward tilt there too.
        Once the UK referendum is over, I can spend time looking into this.


    • Lukas 09:01 on June 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I hope the British people choose the best for their future. Especially if they choose exit.


  • ross1948 23:15 on March 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Jakarta Post, Yet To Condemn Book-Burning, Calls Now For Freedom? 

    Yesterday the Jakarta Post had a barely coherent piece about ‘gays,’ Grammar and ‘Gays!’ – Poor Old Jakarta Post!  but embedded in it was a fairly odd definition of communism as ‘an economic system.’




    Communism of course is a callous, cruel political system which has murdered hundreds of millions of innocent people and still holds hundreds of millions more innocents enslaved, from Lhasa to Havana.

    But we would expect no less from the JP.

    Jakarta Post – Never Miss a Chance to Re-Hab Reds! 

    Jakarta Post Lets Oz Red Urge Show Trial for Morrison

    Today, I came across the latest paper edition of that newspaper, in North Jakarta. A quick glance at its front page revealed what should surely have been designated as an opinion piece, but appeared to  be masquerading as news, in which these folowing gems of objective reporting were typical.

    The involvement of the police and their apparent favoring of intolerant religious and ultranationalist groups that consider leftist movements to be supporting communism has been raising some eyebrows.

    Whose eye-brows?

    Jakarta Post hacks, who fail to examine whether or not those ‘leftist movements’ are or are not ‘supporting communism?

    communism tyranny


    That’s an important question, which needs to be put directly to the Turn Left gang – do they or do they not, each and every one of them, repudiate the satanic marxist creed or do they not?

    Only when they have done so can we begin to take seriously the JP’s hyperbolic hogwash.

    Which goes on and on….

    Imposing restrictions on the freedom of speech, as state apparatuses did with the Turn Left Festival, is both mindboggling and irrelevant nowadays when the country prides itself as being the world’s third largest democracy. – http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/03/15/ban-festival-reminiscent-authoritarianism.html

    Whose mind is boggled? No names, especially not the JP author’s!

    Irrelevant? Well, that’s a point of view! 

    And since there’s no author’s name attached, we must assume it’s that editorial clique whose loud pretensions about freedom of expression have rung so hollow since the JP’s parent company, Gramedia, openly collaborated with Islamist fanatics in a Hitlerian book-burning atrocity. Yes, the very same intolerant religious gang that the nameless JP scribbler abhors!

    burning books

    Grovelling Gramedia’s BookBurning Bonanza – Appeasing Fanatics 


    The JP clique is contemptible.

    If, even only once, they drew a clear distinction between innocent people killed during anti-communist action in 1965…


    pkiposter PKI (Communist Party of Indonesia) traitors


    • … and the evil, unrepentant, totalitarian hypocrites of the PKI, who gulled so many of those innocents into their subversive front groups, they could perhaps be forgiven for their relentless revisionist drive.

    We wait and see, not with much hope!

  • ross1948 00:26 on August 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1965, , DN Aidit, , Kim Jon Il, , , Rahmawati Soekarnopoetri, Sukarno Center   

    PKI Commissar Aidit – Proud of the Sukarno Center? 

    Disgusting to see that any Indonesian would heap praise on the world’s worst tyrant.

    Okay, that title is open to dispute.

    The Castro Brothers might be in the running for that accolade, and the bloody beast who runs ISIS Land is doing his satanic worst to claim the title.

    But the marxist monster in Pyongyang is evil enough.

    • aquariums-pyongyang-ten-years-in-north-korean-gulag-kang-chol-hwan-paperback-cover-art


    Certainly, that sad little outfit is representative of nobody but its boss, Rachmawati Soekarnopoetri, and her pinko fan club. 

    This fanatical old woman is one of the children of President Soekarno, Indonesia’s first president, but has no serious influence here. The Reds of the Indonesian Communist Party, the PKI, were routed fifty years ago and there’s little sign of a come-back.


    • aidit Aidit
    • —————————————–
    • The PKI boss, D N Aidit, back in 1965, was taken out – to no signs of public distress – during the mopping-up operations after his party failed to seize power.

    But I guess Rahmawati reads his speeches still, because he specifically held up North Korea as the place he’d most like Indonesia to resemble, if his gang of totalitarian hypocrites had succeeded in their kudeta.

    In whatever corner of Hell is reserved for Reds, he’ll be proud of what this clique has done this week.

    Enough said.


    Let’s just hope that even the oldest of our readership will live to see Kim share the fate of Aidit, and Ceausescu, and every other rotten commie who ever got what was coming to him.


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