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  • ross1948 05:21 on April 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Anarchist gangsterism, ‘Kill the Rich’, Class Hate, , , , , ,   

    Indonesia – Cops Corral Class-War Hate-Gang! 

    The vile class-hate dogmas promoted by communism are not much in evidence here in Indonesia, especially since the PKI ( Communist Party of Indonesia) has long been banned.



    The Reds tried to seize power back in 1965 and the armed forces, with the support of most of the people, hit back hard. Few relished the thought of their country undergoing the evils that attended communist rule on the Chinese mainland.

    Although some ‘liberals’ in the media still whine about the consequences of that bloody strife…

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

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

    ..it’s fair to say that there’s no significant body of opinion sympathetic to marxist ideology.

    All the more surprising then to read that just a few miles from where I live in Jakarta, in Tangerang, just across the city limits, a class-hate gang was rumbled last weekend, numerous arrests effected after propaganda slogans…

    Time for the Crisis to Burn!”

    “Kill the Rich!” 

    “Wanna Die As Fools Or Fight?”.

    …appeared ‘on the walls of shops, inviting the populace to riot…’

    That was Thursday.

    The cops went after the perps, described as an ‘Anarko group,’ and by Saturday had picked up no less than five people, who, if found guilty, ) face ten years for incitement.

    Thing is, in normal circumstances, this kind of quasi-marxist hogwash could be dismissed as adolescent antics, perhaps.

    But in Indonesia these dark days, thousands have suddenly lost their jobs, not much chance of finding other work, and a very thin safety-net, which won’t bear too much weight.



    Anxiety, to say the least, is widespread, and one person’s bad day can become a spark that can lead to Gods knows what. I wasn’t here for the 1998 mayhem ignited by Krismon, the economic crisis, but I know a lot of people, locals and foreign, who were.

    Exhortations to ‘fight, kill, burn’ are desperately dangerous, not a prank, and the police response is hardly heavy-handed.


    • JazPen 08:17 on April 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I heartily agree, Ross.
      The Jakarta Post last week had somebody writing about the danger of how “impoverished residents could blow up in the government’s face if it is not carried out prudently.”
      Crowds can change their mood in minutes and that kind of slogan is not whats needed in our present situation.


    • Astuti 09:43 on April 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I think you are naming the real problem. Anarko or PKI are same difference.
      My parents gone now but I never forget what they tell about 1965 and years before when communist danger was so strong.
      Never again.


  • ross1948 18:35 on August 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Anarchist gangsterism, , , , , , ,   

    If Your Neighbourhood Were Over-Run By Red Nazis? 

    After several years of Red Tsipras’ anti-Greek misrule..




    …during which alien savages were free to run amok and Greeks were treated with contempt by their own government…


    Tear gas fills the air as French riot police face off with demonstrators near the area called the "jungle" where migrants live in Calais

    Tear-Gas Greeks, Welcome Crimmigrants! Marxist Tsipras, Brussels’ Tool! 

    …it’s nice to see that a modicum of sanity prevails once more in that tormented land, with the news that in Athens, ‘police have arrested about 100 people in dawn raids on squats in Athens mostly occupied by refugees and migrants.’

    Note the deliberate attempt at mystification of readers by coupling ‘refugees’ with ‘migrants.’.

    Ingrate Afghans – In Athens – Tell GREEK To “Go, Go!” 

    Vile Ingrates Again Show Contempt For Greek Hosts! 


    Refugees?’ ‘Migrants?’ ‘’Asylum-Seekers?’

    I don’t suppose their Greek victims drew any such feeble distinction, when faced with the mayhem!


    The area in Athens concerned is Exarcheia, which, laudably, ‘was flooded by police during the operation.’

    But as we read on, the question arises – are there no decent Greeks left still residing in Exarchia?

    We are told that the anarchist squat movement in the area…resolved to open empty buildings in Exarcheia to house refugees….on the same principles of autonomous self-organisation.   https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/26/greece-police-raid-athens-squats-exarcheia-arrest-migrants-agency-reports


    We’ll see if he’s more ‘centre’ or more ‘right!’ And if he puts Greece before the sicko Brussels Empire’s addiction to their ‘European Values!’

    What he SHOULD do is – 

    Turn Exarchia into a semi-permanent training camp for police and the Greek armed forces, simultaneously instituting a comprehensive programme of evictions…



    …until every ‘anarchist’ (aka red nazi antifa) is evicted, detained and deposited in a cell…


    …and all non-citizens skulking there are corralled into confinement…



    …ready for mass deportations.

    • Pamela 21:10 on August 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      These ‘anarchists’ whom you rightly identify as the antifa by another name just took over that neighbourhood because they could.
      We have seen too much of this ‘occupy with impunity’ phenomenon over recent years, a complete disregard of property rights.
      As to your question about what might have become of normal Greeks in Exarchia, it is safe to assume that non-criminals would have left if they had anywhere to go. I feel terribly sorry for any who were left behind, surrounded by ( probably illegal) aliens and marxist thugs.
      The new government is off to a good start but as you also say, it should go further and clean out all the anarchist and alien squatters.
      Detention is the correct solution.


    • Basili 21:53 on August 31, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Tsipras was a liar who promised much then betrayed his promises.
      The new prime minister is better but anyone would be better.
      If he crushes the anarchists and sends back the illegal aliens, he will be a hero to all Greeks but I am very doubtful he is strong enoug.


    • Manny Freeman 20:16 on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I would not have noticed this article. https://www.europeaninterest.eu/article/end-anarchists-exarcheia/ If I had not read yours and shared your curiosity about how many normal Greeks remained in the Exarchia area of Athens.
      It is written under the auspices of a Washington Post journalist so it’s not remotely rightwing.
      The writer gives quotes from present and former gang members which reveal so much about the thuggery and intolerance of the anarchist/nazi mentality.
      I hope the Greek Police go in hard and clean up Exarchia and let the decent people there live in peace and freedom.


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