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  • ross1948 01:10 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , armed police, , , Deden the hero, , February 6th 2011, , Islamist pigs, ,   

    February 6 – Nine Years Ago, But Cikeusik Pogrom Never Forgotten! 

    I was at home in West Jakarta when we saw the TV news. I was shocked, but also angry, that this sectarian atrocity took place while police were present.


    I was angrier still at the grotesque mockery of justice that followed…


    …the filthy murderous pigs who martyred those innocent Ahmadis…

    Islamist pig at Cikeusik

    …the HANDFUL of those pigs ( out of a thousand cowardly Islamist bigots!) who were eventually prosecuted given derisory sentences…


    Facing a Mob of Islamist Savages – Deden the Brave, Sent to Prison


    …and Deden, the one brave survivor of the slaughter?

    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 

    ……double the sentence meted out to an evil young primitive named Dani, whom you may see on the horrible video, dashing a rock down on the head of a helpless Ahmadi.

    Dani the Primitive



    And yet for all the fine talk of pluralist democracy, of a Mind-Set Revolution, that we have heard in recent years…

    …there has been no move to repeal that oppressive Tri-Ministerial Decree  –https://jakartaglobe.id/news/ahmadiyah-followers-indonesia-attacked/–  promulgated during the time in office of previous president, Democrat Party nominee SBY…


    …a diktat that deprived the blameless and peaceful Ahmadi minority of the fundamental freedom to worship as they wished.

    It still makes me angry, but I no longer hope that religious liberty will be restored in my lifetime.



    Writing about it helps, a little.

    Though when I tried to do so on Facebook, Zuckwit erased me….


    …for showing the video of the demonic mob. You need a string stomach to watch it, but it’s to be found in another of my older posts, here..

    Facebook’s Status – Enemy Within – Exposed Again

    • Kezia 08:08 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for reminding us of that terrible day.


    • Santi 08:34 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      So bad and so sad day for the Ahmadiyah and for Indonesia.


    • Rawel 10:19 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      A very true horror story Where is justice?
      Thankyou for remember.


    • Asrofin 10:35 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The mob shamed Indonesia.
      The killers deserved death penalty.


    • Tyas 13:41 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Horrible what happen in Cikeusik..
      The murderers nevet got punished.
      Very bad for Indonesia.
      We are shamed.


    • JazPen 15:17 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I think a lot of us will never forget how those judges behaved towards rhat poor Ahnadi survivor of the attack.
      Keep it up, Ross, a yearly reminder.


    • Maurie Taylor 16:28 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      A story I’d not have heard, Ross, but for you.
      Every year you sound the remembrance bugle for these innocent men.
      Then it became even sadder reading for me when that other Ahmadi was murdered near my old home town in Scotland.
      That crime was committed by a Pakistani, as hateful as the mob in Cikeusik. As far as I know, that Pakistani was convicted but not deported.
      God knows why.
      But at least the court in the UK took the case seriously and though the sentence fell short of what i’d have hoped, it was not the complete mockery of justice that followed Cikeusik.
      Please keep writing this annual jab to the conscience of the Indonesian legal system.


    • Nunung 21:06 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Evil day.
      I do not like to remember it but we should.


    • Jim Ex Jakarta 21:27 on February 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Well done, Ross!
      Every year, you mark this injustice.
      I am sure many, many Indonesians and us expats too, share your disappointment that the bigots who murdered these men were never punished.
      As for those ‘judges’ what can we say?


  • ross1948 20:01 on October 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Asylum’ Savages Amok In Italy! 

    Some 50 migrants attacked and injured two police outside a migrant camp in Foggia on Monday…  http://www.ansa.it/english/news/general_news/2018/10/08/50-migrants-attack-2-police_2ab1ae1a-2ce9-4392-aacb-8a6e643686ae.html



    The report from the ANSA news agency tells us that the scene of the outbreak of crimmigrant savagery was not just some ‘camp’ but an official ‘asylum seeker processing centre,’ so while it’s a pity the cops didn’t just draw their guns and make a dent on the statistics of aliens living/leeching off the tax-payer at Borgo Mezzanone…


    ….it shouldn’t be too difficult for the police to identify the scum who ‘punched and kicked’ their colleagues.

    Once that’s done, there should be immediate action to reject all claims from those involved in the mayhem…




    …and deport them as soon as transport back to where they came from is made ready.

    As for the murderous brute whose attempt to knock them down initiated the incident, ‘a 26-year-old Gambian,‘ he has been arrested. Let’s hope he gets a sentence appropriate to attempted murder, a few decades at least.

    But it’s the tail-end of the report that astounds me.

    The Italian police union, SAP, has apparently felt obliged to ask for “greater safeguards for police operating on the street, such as tasers for example,” which makes my expectation, above, that the savages be shot down, rather unrealistic, to say the least.

    When I travelled around Italy, years ago, I clearly remember Italian police wearing side-arms.

    Is this no longer the case?
    If so, it’s not tasers that Interior Minister Salvini should be asked for, but lethal hand-guns…

    Image result for hand-gun

    … and along with those, unequivocal authority to use them, on violent rabble like those savages in Borgo Mezzanone.

    • Mack the Knife 22:21 on October 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your memory is not faulty, Ross, I saw Italian police carrying sidearms all over several big cities there last year.
      I too am confused that they are asking for tasers. Mobs of illegals who turn violent should be shot down in the street like mad dogs.


    • Don Harrison 00:08 on October 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      This is a good idea of yours, shooting them if they turn nasty, as many of them do.
      If this was done once, good start, but better to do it a few times in every country where migrant violence happens.then I would say that a lot of them would turn tail and head for home.


    • Egon Wilmer 14:22 on October 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Salvini should deputize thousands of his followers if the police are unable to handle the problems posed by illegal aliens.
      I’m sure that patriotic volunteers would soon bring the situation under control. We need this in every invaded European country


  • ross1948 00:58 on April 14, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Hire More Typists, Pak? Jakarta ‘Justice’ Delayed! 

    Prosecutors postponed the reading of the sentence demand against Jakarta Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama until April 20, a day after the runoff, saying they have not yet finished typing the demand.


    No point railing about this again.

    We did so last week.

    Jakarta’s Bizarre ‘Blasphemy’ Trial – Frozen Till AFTER Votes Counted? 

    “We’ve tried our best but one week is not enough for us to make the demand. We apologize that we can’t read out the sentence demand today,” prosecutor Ali Mukartono said during a hearing Tuesday. 

    So is it a shortage of typists, really and truly, that prevents them getting on with this outlandish trial?

    The presiding judge Dwiarso Budi Santiarto then offered the prosecutors to read their demand on April 17.

    Ignore the Jakarta Post’s lousy grammar. It’s the judge’s perfectly reasonable request that matters.

    Ali responded to the judges’ suggestion by asking them to consider the Jakarta Police chief’s letter to the North Jakarta district court dated April 4 that suggested that the court postpone the hearing until the Jakarta gubernatorial election on April 19 due to security reasons. 


    If it’s all just playing politics, why drag in their inability to collect enough competent typists?

    The so-called ‘security’ reasons are in fact a concern that more Islamist mob disorder might erupt. And that is entirely possible.

    Breaking News – Jakarta Cops Tear-Gas Islamist Louts! 

    But the response should surely not be to juggle the trial time-table.

    Better by far to equip the police with plentiful and effective weaponry…

    • Gambar terkait

    …and give them carte blanche to take whatever steps might be required to disperse savage fanatics. 

    • JazPen 17:45 on April 14, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Can’t get it typed?
      Do these courtiers expect us to take them seriously?


  • ross1948 14:31 on February 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Vienna ‘Refugee’ Wannabe Assassin – A ‘Trouble-Maker?’ 

    A dirty ingrate Chechen savage, with a nasty record of violence (against a girl for removing her head-scarf) threatens to murder a government minister on sectarian grounds… 

    …after the government announced its plan to ban Muslim women from wearing the full face veil in public. The 17-year-old described Kurz as the “son of a whore” and threatened to kill him.

    …yet The Leftal, sorry, The Local, describes the brute, ‘who came to Austria as a refugee,’ in a headline as a – 

    ‘Teen Trouble-Maker?’


    That’s a term you might apply to minor vandalism, pushing and shoving in a queue, cursing at passers-by in the street…



    More reasons to ban – male Chechen killers could wear one!


    …but NOT to sectarian death-threats, surely?

    Fortunately, the Austrian Police seem to take a more responsible view of the scum’s declared intention to assassinate Minister Kurz..

    …the youth was arrested early on Thursday morning, after armed police stormed his apartment.


    • Gambar terkait
    • ———-

    • But shockingly, the police were unable to confirm whether he should be kept in police custody.
    • This piece of garbage is not Austrian.
    • His previous behaviour (see the linked article  http://www.thelocal.at/20170209/teenage-troublemaker-arrested-after-death-threats-against-foreign-minister) shows he is as undesirable an alien as one might hope never to encounter.
    • No matter he may not have the means, nor the skills, to kill Kurz, such a declaration of intent proves clearly…
    • =====
    • prisoners
    • ——–
    • …that he’s unfit to live in a civilised country.
    • kick-him-out
    • He should be kept under lock and key until appropriate transportation is arranged to get him back to Chechenya.
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