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  • ross1948 00:04 on September 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bali Bombers, , , , , , , United Nations Universal Periodic Review,   

    UK’s May Tells Jokowi – ‘Don’t Put Down ISIS Terrorists!’ 

    Bad enough that Theresa May won’t stand up to Brussels and start executing evil jihadists who murder innocent Brits.



    But now she’s lecturing Indonesia, telling President Jokowi that under NO circumstance should he put down the sort of rabid ISIS rape-gang followers…

    Satanic ISIS Threaten Indonesia Blood-Bath! 

    …who are known to be prowling the archipelago, planning terrorist onslaughts.

    Theresa May’s arrogance is revealed in a long Jakarta Globe report on the latest UN sticky-beak diktats, which included a recommendation to abolish the death penalty.

    May was an MP back eleven years ago, when Indonesia did the honourable thing and shot those three Bali Bomb scumbags…


    Evil Bali jihadists, executed ten years ago


    …but I don’t recall her bleating back then.

    Her own British constituents in Maidstone, Kent, would have been outraged!

    Yet this month, under her clear orders, the British representatives on the UN panel – United Nations Universal Periodic Review – were mouthing typical Brussels bilge.

    The United Kingdom said it “regretted that the recommendations on the moratorium on the use of the death penalty had not been supported” and repeated its call that no evidence suggests death penalty is a more effective deterrent than alternative forms of punishment. 


    What utter hogwash!



    Of course if you kill a rabid cur, it will neither attack more victims nor infect other animals!

    All credit to President Jokowi for refusing to kow-tow to a clique of supranational know-alls…

    …though one might add, hopefully, that if he ordered that all sectarian savages convicted of terrorist offences here were put to death, instead of merely being jailed for a few years…

    More Soft Jakarta Sentencing – Mere 8 Years For Terror Bint! 

    The proper penalty for terrorists


    Sarinah Attack – Terror Convict, Freed Early, Faces Charges! 

    ….then allowed out of prison early, innocent lives would have been, and could still be, saved.



  • ross1948 09:12 on May 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Why Should Indonesia Answer To ‘Rights’ Hypocrites? 

    The UN Human Rights Universal Periodic Review (UPR) workgroup concluded a discussion on Wednesday (03/05) of a human rights report submitted by Indonesia. It advised the country on sustainable efforts to improve and protect human rights.


    It’s bizarre that Indonesia’s Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi felt obliged to talk about ‘rights’ to a collection of UN sticky-beaks which, when last we checked, included countries in which any kind of rights are a sad sick joke –

    -like Saudi Arabia, misruled by the shariah code, hence a stranger to civilised values, let alone ‘rights!’


    devil destroyed


    And Red China, a totalitarian tyranny devoid of democracy since the tragedy of communist take-over in 1949.

    • communism tyranny

    And Retno’s colleague, Justice Minister Yasonna Laoly, was revelling in the fact that ‘‘there was a strong message that each delegation appreciated Indonesia’s progress, efforts and commitment to complete the challenges in human rights protection.”

    I’m certainly not saying Indonesia has an untainted record on certain issues.


    Minster Retno


    Retno told the media that her delegation had elaborated on several thematic human rights clusters – a bizarre turn of phrase, that, but never mind.

    What is more intriguing was the inclusion among those ‘clusters’ of ‘warranties on religious freedom!’

    Until the government in which Retno serves scraps the viciously discriminatory Tri-Ministerial Decree…



    …and enforces the Supreme Court ruling in favour of the persecuted GKI Yasmin Christians –

    Oppressed Christians In The Street Heat, In Pluralist Indonesia 

     –  she needs to consider her words carefully when talking about ‘religious freedom.’

    For many tormented Christians  – Christ’s Ascension Day – Islamist Savages Pelt Congregation With Sewage, Urine and Rocks  – in Indonesia, as for Ahmadis, religious freedom is a mere dream.

    And what about the nightmare Jakarta’s Governor Ahok is currently undergoing, awaiting a verdict in the ‘blasphemy’ trial.




    How on earth can any country in this millennium  purport to have any interest in religious freedom when a clearly good man can be hauled into court for ‘offending’ fanatics by quoting a Koranic verse?

    Blasphemy? Rizieq Should NOT Be Prosecuted – Nor Ahok! 

    Real blasphemy is visible among the swarm of Islamist bigots, invoking the Name of God Almighty as they shuffled through Jakarta yesterday  – and repeatedly in recent months –Will Five MILLION Fanatics March This Friday! Jakarta Nightmare!  –  many of them howling like rabid wolves for Ahok to be put to death.



    The protesters, most of whom were men dressed in white Muslim attire, were heard yelling, “We want a Muslim governor,” “Burn Ahok!” and “Kafir!”   http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/10/14/thousands-hard-liners-march-against-ahok.htm


    I see Retno and Yasonna also explained Indonesia’s legal policies to the forum, regarding the death penalty…

    Instead of explaining it to this panel of wannabe meddlers, better they talk to President Jokowi and urge him to do something about the ludicrously soft sentences meted out to swine convicted of terrorist offences here in Indonesia.

    No great fan of his predecessor SBY, I have to say that at least he presided over the execution of the Bali Bomb Pigs.



    A lot of us have waited a long time to break out the beer and bacon sandwiches and celebrate a few more jihadist scumbags getting sent to Hell.

    But meantime, if Indonesia told the UN to take their double-standards and stick ’em where the sun never shines, that too would merit a raised glass.

  • ross1948 00:52 on October 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bali Bombers, , governor mangku pastika, ,   

    Sorry, Bali Governor, NO Forgiveness For Jihadist Swine! 

    Hasil gambar untuk governor pastika bali

    Made Mangku Pastika, Governor of Bali


    Bali’s Governor, speaking on October 12, 2016, at the 14th commemoration of the First Bali Terrorist bombing held at the Ground Zero Monument –

    “In fact, we desire to forgive. I feel certain that we have already forgiven (those who committed these acts), but it is not possible that we will ever forget.”





    Like Hell!


    Unlike the Governor, I hope the Bali Pigs are burning in Hell and will continue to do so for all eternity.


    I very clearly remember the filthy jihadist pig Imam Samoedra (that’s it, in the middle) being asked by a reporter, during the Ramadan month before the terrorist trio were put to death – it’s a time when people ask forgiveness for any wrongs they may have done over the year – if Samoedra would ask it of his victims and/or their kin.

    ‘Why would I say sorry to kafirs?’

    That was the fiend’s response.

    I enjoyed my bacon buttie and beer the day they were put down.

    No way should anyone forgive them….




    …nor should we forgive those who laud their satanic cause.


    • Wita 09:24 on October 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I was told by my parents, if somebody is mean to you, then they say sorry, you should forgive.
      I try to do that but if there is a bad person who will always do bad things and never sorry, then why forgive?
      If they bomb and kill and say why should we apologize, I say why would we forgive them.
      The Bali bomb murder of all the young people one night hurt all of us in Indonesia and we must say like you say, sorry, no forgiving is possible, because they are not sorry for murder. .


    • santi 13:27 on October 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Of course we do not forgive the Bali Bomb terorist gang.
      There was even people then and now who call them martyr. We do not forgive them too.
      They are enemy of Indonesia and will destroy our Indonesia if we let them.


    • Darla 13:58 on October 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I also remember that day when they went to the firing squad.
      All my friend we all said it was a right thing to do.
      They never show sorrow for the terrible bomb.
      They will never get forgiveness.


  • ross1948 10:59 on May 3, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    Why No Terrorists On Indonesia’s Death Row? 

    Reassuring to note that Indonesia is not, despite rumours to the contrary –Indonesia Can’t AFFORD To Execute Evil-Doers? Get Real! – abandoning capital punishment in the face of pressure from the European Union’s intrusive emissaries  –UK’s Jakarta Rep Frantic to Save Terrorist Skins -A Neo-Colonialist Par Excellence!  – those UK Embassy flunkeys we’ve mentioned plenty of times in the past.



    FCO never tells Indonesians that most Brits favour the death penalty

    But utterly deplorable that the only candidates for execution are third-rate parasite drug-smugglers. Frankly, I couldn’t give a monkey’s whether the smugglers live or die.

    They certainly know the risks when they embark on their crimes…


    indonesia drugs


    …so if President Jokowi wants to shoot them, they can’t complain.

    But NOT ONE terrorist in the firing line?

    Islamist terror is a much greater danger to Indonesia than narcotics.

    shoot terrs

    The poisonous ideology purveyed by evil men ( like those in the maximum security prison by Cilacap) and their fellow-fanatics still uncaged, not only revels in death but threatens every liberty cherished by decent people of all creeds in this beautiful country.


    • Densus-88
    • …………..
    • Indonesia’s excellent Densus 88 anti-terror unit do a good job at thinning the satanic ranks, but the it’s the state which should exact the proper penalty on those captured.

    The problem, I understand, lies with the legal system, with too many ‘compassionate’ courts, like that which let off the Cikeusik vermin with slap-on-the-wrist sentences five years ago…

    Hasanuddin the Pig


    • ….and that which failed to have the swine Hasanuddin put to death after he beheaded the Christian school-girls ( for their shameful offence of being Christians )
    • He’ll be getting out of jail all too soon!

    Often, too, prosecutors don’t even ASK for the death penalty, admittedly, probably, because they know they’re wasting their breath. 

    Pak President needs to get more serious people with a real sense of justice into the court system.

    The last time we could read of fair play was when the Bali Bomb swine, something like ten years ago, were given what they deserved.


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  • ross1948 08:44 on December 5, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bali Bombers, , , , , , , Threat matrix   

    Jakarta Cable TV – Who’s Censoring ‘Threat Matrix?’ 

    Partying Thursday night, partying tonight, so last night  it made sense to stay home and watch tv.

    One of the many enjoyable action series available on my cable system is ‘Threat Matrix,’ basically Homeland Security versus terrorist scumbags, which generally has a satisfactory ending with said scumbags as dead as door-nails.

    All-American, of course – it would be nice to have similarly righteous entertainment based on Brit, Oz or even French anti-terr operations. 


    • ———————————————————————-
    • Anyway, as I sprawled in my chair with thirst-quencher, pack of Bohem cigs and ashtray all within handy range, I noticed occasional audio-lapses.

    Following the dialogues on the Indonesian text, I realised that somebody was engaged in deliberate censorship.

    The two words repeatedly cut were none other than Jemaah Islamiyah and although I was  aware that they are an organisation dedicated to war on Western civilisation, I refreshed my memory by using wikipedia, viz. Jemaah Islamiah (Arabic: الجماعة الإسلامية , al-Jamāʿat ul-Islāmíyatu, meaning “Islamic Congregation”, frequently abbreviated JI)

    Whilst doing so, in the knowledge that wikipedia on its own might not always be adequate in its background checks, I found this nice illustration…


    A wanted poster released jointly by the Philippine military and the US embassy in Manila shows terrorist leaders wanted by authorities for murders. Photo: AP

    ……………and the link to a story about demonic characters involved with JI.  http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/article/1106228/philippine-police-shoot-malaysian-terror-suspect

    So there we are.

    However, I remain baffled by the censorship.

    Indonesian authorities, President Jokowi, Police and parliamentarians, have all declared themselves absolutely opposed to terrorism, this country having suffered various outrages over the years, committed by evil people like the Bali Bomb Pigs.




    Indonesia attacks blamed on Jemaah Islamiyah



    Indonesia’s Densus 88, the special anti-terror unit, is doing a rather good job of taking out terrorists, much to the dismay of the unpleasant Islamist elements here.


     Jakarta Jihadis V Anti-Terror Cops – A ‘VEILED’ Threat?  

    • So why would the state censors deliberately blot out the name of one of the most swinish murder gangs? It makes no sense – even less since the Indonesian text gives the name clearly for all viewers to see for themselves!


    • censorship
    • ——————————-
    • If it’s not the state body that’s guilty of this censorship, is it the cable company? Do all the cable companies here collaborate in this – rather incompetent – censorship? 

    All very curious.

    If anyone has answers, please advise.


  • ross1948 13:08 on May 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Juncker's Jackboot – Brussels Bullies Hungary, Again! 

    A disgusting display by Jackboot Juncker on tv last night, telling Hungarians they don’t dare decide for themselves on the death penalty.  


    jean-claude-juncker-2006- Jackboot Juncker

    Viktor Orban Viktor-Orban-006

    Jean-Claude Juncker slaps down Hungary’s plans for death penalty

    In actual fact, PM Viktor Orban only said the issue should be discussed, and that, after all, is what democracy is all about. 

    After all the ado over the Indonesian executions, it would be remiss of any country not to consider whether and when and how capital punishment ought to be administered.


    EUSSR red


    The EUSSR, however, doesn’t care for democracy, nor for sovereignty.

    Its arrogance is such that it even seeks to interfere in the internal affairs of nations outwith its own subjugated membership.



    • UK’s Jakarta Rep Frantic to Save Terrorist Skins -A Neo-Colonialist Par Excellence! 

    • ============
    • Regrettably, Orban has not responded as he should to this notorious liar’s intrusion into Hungary’s democratic debate. – “The Hungarian government has no plans to take any steps to introduce the death penalty,” so it seems.
    • That’s a pity, because the current concerns arose after a 21-year-old clerk was brutally murdered in southwestern Hungary, causing wide public condemnation.   
    •  http://sputniknews.com/politics/20150501/1021589506.html#ixzz3YrQbWkL8
    • ————-
    • That’s exactly why we need to get the issue discussed clearly – there are obviously crimes which merit death.
    • I have more than once wished President Jokowi had substituted the word jihadists for drug-dealers when he asked those high school students his famous question.
    • ———
    • Do you all agree that drug dealers must be executed?” The students replied in unison: “Agree!”
    • ———
    • There’s no doubt at all that Indonesians favour the principle of the death penalty.
    • Jokowi, alas, has been playing pick’n’mix in applying it.
    • ========
      • jokowi
      • ——————–
    • It would have been much better for his country, and the world at large, if the terrorists in prisons here had been taken out and shot dead this week, rather than those men in the news.
    • =================================================
    • ===========bali_bombers Bali Pigs
    • ====================================================-
    • Just as when Indonesia executed the Bali Bomb Pigs, everyone would have cheered, and the hand-wringing hypocrites in Brussels would have maintained an embarrassed silence.  
    • Well, maybe not all of them!
    • ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    • Today’s ‘EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs,’ that ex?-communist, Federica Mogherini, had she been in office then, might well have spoken up for the terrorists.
    • She’s a big fan – remember?
    • -=======================
    • The High Representative with one of the lowest of the lowlifesooooooooooo
  • ross1948 23:18 on March 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Now – Were It Two Oz ISIS Scum…Would Abbott Still Shrill? 

    Here’s an item that caught my attention, the detention of an apparently Australian terror suspect in Lebanon.   https://au.news.yahoo.com/world/a/26578632/australian-terror-suspect-held-in-lebanon/


    • muath22
    • ——————————
    • Don’t know about Lebanon, but suppose the detention had occurred in Jordan, which has, after the horrendous immolation of its young pilot, adopted an exemplary policy of executing scum?
    • ————–
    • Tony Abbott sex appeal
    • ————————-
    • And suppose they were tried and found guilty and given the proper death sentence that all ISIS vermin deserve?
    • Would Abbott fall in with the pinko shrills and demand the relevant authorities let the swine off with patty-cake ‘life’ imprisonment?

    Would Australian public opinion – which, like myself and many another civilised person, rejoiced with beer and bacon butties, when the Bali pigs were put down…


    bali_bombers evil Bali Bomb pigs


    …,allow itself to be manipulated leftwards, as has clearly occurred since that poll only a month ago showed most Aussies would let justice proceed in respect of the drug-smugglers?

    Just asking!


  • ross1948 13:13 on January 24, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bali Bombers, , , , Duncan Graham, , , , , , , , , , ,   

    Hukum Mati "Unlikely To Affect Bali?" – Why Would It? 

    Today, 24th January, is the anniversary of my arrival as a nervous new-comer to this amazing country. It’s appropriately hot and sunny outdoors, one of numerous reasons I’d recommend anyone who loves life to join me here, if not like me as a resident, at least as a tourist.

    Meanwhile the Governor of Bali reckons his Isle of the Gods’ non-stop flow of Aussie tourists will not be impacted by the fairly imminent (and eminently fair) execution of  two drug traffickers.





    In terms of overall numbers, I imagine he’s right, but there might be a slight drop – the idiots who have hitherto shown utter indifference to the clear warnings displayed at Bali’s Ngurah Rai (and most if not all Indonesian entry-points) which tell such people that they are committing a capital crime and thus face hukum mati – the death penalty.



    If they are so dim-witted that they don’t read those large notices, surely they watch or hear the news, that Indonesia takes these offences extremely seriously.

    So if apprehended, they are not entitled to complain, although they do, as does the absurd bleeding-heart whine-machine currently screeching on their behalf.


    I don’t smoke dope, nor partake of drugs, except booze and tobacco, but if I did, I wouldn’t do so in Bali, or here in Jakarta. I don’t have any urge to get into trouble.

    Not that doing so would risk my neck, because the death penalty is not applied to people caught savouring ganja. A joint will likely land you in the joint. For a while, then you get out.

    That pair in the headlines were smuggling drugs. Big difference. Frankly, I don’t understand the fuss from all the usual suspects.



    The Jakarta Globe, as ever, kow-tows to international left-libbery, not, I’m sure, because the editor approves of drug-smugglers, but because he dances to the EUSSR tune.

    The Jakarta Post is as bad, giving a pinko NZ journo, Duncan Graham – they use him a lot; it’ll be a rare day they call on conservative expats, even-handed treatment of left/right points of view not an aspect of journalism the JP bosses understand –



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    Actually, it relieves the state, i.e. the tax-payer, of the burden of indefinite board and lodging for scum.

    But Graham, and the biased media, and the sticky-beaks overseas, shrill from the same song-sheet.

    No death penalty for any crime, however heinous! What’s wrong with these people?

    I usually show a photo of the Bali Pigs – this time, a photo of some of what they did. Yet Brussels and its flunkeys  – and the  scribblers referred to above – would have let the perpetrators of this atrocity live? We all raised a glass when they were shot!


    As I’ve said before, had such nonsense prevailed ten years ago, the Bali Pigs would be holding court this afternoon in some prison yard in Java.

    And THAT’s the criticism that should be levelled at justice here. Not enough executions are decreed by courts –  we need to rely on the excellent Densus 88 special unit to put down terrorist vermin.

    Evil people convicted of terrorist offences, like Abu Bakr Ba’asyir, are permitted to host visits by fellow-rabids, and even preach to other inmates, if reports we’ve read are true.

    abu-bakar-ba-asyir Ba’asyir – the face of evil

    Fanatics outside prison are allowed to preach treason with impunity – how many times have we seen demands for Indonesia to be degraded from an independent republic to the subordinate status of a satrapy of an international sectarian caliphate.

    woolwch Woolwich swine

    Yet who are we to criticise, when the same treason is propagated with impunity back home? The vile swine guilty of the Woolwich beheading are alive and well on three squares a day.





    Other evil-doers, just as evil, not only walk free but are rewarded for their satanic crimes with the trappings of high office in the UK.

    But today we’re talking of Indonesia, which, given the last paragraph, is more civilised than the UK!.




    President Jokowi, on the matter of capital punishment, shows the West a good example, though he would be well-advised to see to it that judges with guts are appointed to replace some of the weak-kneed wallies currently on the bench.

    Yes, I have said all that before, but, lest expats get a bad name for left-libbery, it needs saying often, till the West wakes up.


    • Digby Larrson 07:57 on January 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I’ve long suspected you are delusional, if not insane, but this just confirms it. Calling on conservative expats for comment? Do you truly expect the Post or Globe to go looking through the kampungs of wherever it is that you live to ask a former EF teacher what he thinks about a news story when there are hundreds of published journalists and writers in this town? There is a spot for adding your “conservative opinion”, it’s called the comments section. As a privately owned publication, these paper can print whatever they like within reason. If you do not like it, then don’t buy it. Better still, get the financing together and start your own damn paper. See how many paid subscriptions you get and whether or not that remains a viable commercial venture. Strike me down dead, mate, I wonder what bloody planet you live on some time.


      • ross1948 08:32 on January 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply

        Good morning, Digby. Nice to have a critic use a real name for a change.
        No, I wouldn’t expect those left-lib media magnates to emerge from their plush premises into kampungs where they probably would feel very out of place among honest working folk.
        But it would be nice if they had a serious diversity of views somewhere other than the obscure comments column.
        They often use foreign hack pieces as ‘opinion’ due to their inability to write their own. There are plenty of overseas conservative columnists they could equally reprint, to show they have a grasp of fair play. Given Gramedia’s penchant for book-burning, I don’t think that’ll happen with the Jakarta Post any time soon.
        Of course they can publish whatever they like, as can I.
        If you don’t like what I write, don’t read it.
        Have a nice day.
        PS. Yes, I did work briefly for EF around ten or more years ago. So what? who do you work for? Pray tell what august position you hold, so distinguished that it allows you to diss teachers?


    • Wilson 20:19 on January 25, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Digby, couldnt you have made your case without that snide remark against teachers. I taught in EF and then in a high school for years and take that insult badly. Other people I know started in language schools then went to work for NGOs and businesses here. What exactly is your job, just so I can insult everyone who does it.

      Ross is not delusional. He writes about the real world and he usually makes sense. Not always, I don’t agree with all he says, but who agrees all the time?
      He didn’t say the newspapers should employ himself to balance their biases.He said they could get contributors with opinions different from people like Duncan Graham, who they know very well says all they like to hear.

      I can’t count how many times the Jakarta Globe just reprints overseas articles instead of using their own people. It shows how much they think of their own staff’s abilities.

      The Jakarta Post is a joke, apologising for cartoons that offend the extremists here. Ross has been almost a lone voice protesting that, the same as he has written over and over again about the Gramedia book-burning. That little carry-on finished Gramedia’s credibility in my eyes but I never saw any comments from you in the past about that, even although you have been reading this blog for a long time, or so you say.

      Fair play when he says you do not have to read it if you don’t like it. But you do, so you could have commented on both the things I just exampled, which are offending basic principles of freedom of expression.
      I read RRA every day and like it. He can be entertaining and outraging but It is pretty obvious that Ross is a friend to Indonesia and to Australia.
      What’s to get so upset for?


    • JazPen 12:16 on January 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      After my last couple of comments, thanking you for some entertaining posts, my duty to reply to Digby. What has being a former teacher at EF or anywhere got to do with his writing ability? He uses good grammar except when he wants to take the mickey and that’s more than you can always say for the Jakarta Post. Same goes for his biases, he doesn’t try to hide them, more than the Jakarta Post.
      How many times have we read them talking about how they are all for pluralism and tolerance but never ever read anything in their pages criticising their big boss Gramedia for the book-burning


  • ross1948 18:43 on January 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Indonesian Executions – Neo-Colonialist 'Europe' Should Shut Up! 

    Good news from East Java today, where Densus 88 took out a terrorist. The Police Special Anti-Terror Unit has a grasp of what we’re all up against, and acts accordingly.





    Not so the neo-colonialist EUSSR, with their Vice-President telling Indonesia and the world that Brussels was opposed to capital punishment in all cases and had consistently called for its universal abolition.    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/01/18/execution-six-death-row-inmates-indonesia-deeply-regrettable-eu.html

    Note, VP Mogherinii’s arrogant intrusion into Indonesia’s internal affairs was NOT motivated by any doubts about the innocence or guilt of the drug-smugglers executed today.

    Her outburst represents instead an offer of carte blanche to every ISIS or Al Qaeda fiend caught and facing the death penalty.



    bali_bombers Bali Pigs


    If degenerate pinkos like Mogherini had had their EUSSR way ten years ago, the three Bali Pigs would be enjoying three squares a day.

    They’d be receiving visits from equally scummy acolytes, assuming they’d not got enough annual remissions to be out and about, hero-worshipped by primitives galore.

    After all, the swine who murdered Munir is free today. Munir’s Murderer Free – Jakarta Justice Mirrors Western Weakness 

    Of course, there are criticisms to be raised about the death penalty here. The fact that Abu Bakr Ba’asyir and the beheader beast Hasanuddin and his evil troupe…

    Indonesian Beheaders of Schoolgirls – Poso Pigs Up For Parole Soon? 

    …are in cells and not in cemeteries, is a constant reminder that capital punishment needs to be applied much more widely than those drug-smugglers, who of course, could hardly proffer ignorance of the law as an excuse.




    But it IS Indonesia’s business, not that of Brussels, and certainly not that of the former colonial masters, the Dutch, who have withdrawn their ambassador in protest.  

    President Jokowi deserves applause for standing up to the EUSSR, which, local readers please note, does not speak for the peoples of Europe.





    It would be pleasing, however, if he were to order the re-opening of the Cikeusik Pogrom case.




    None of the sectarian swine involved were charged with murder. They should be, and should be executed if found guilty.

    • Santi 10:17 on January 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you very much Ross you are true friend to Indonesia


    • Ario 10:42 on January 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Terima kasih banyak, for you supporting Presiden Joko Widodo.
      We are not colonialised people any more. Dutchmen should learn history
      Independence since 1945


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