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  • ross1948 17:54 on May 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Batam, , , , Police HQ,   

    Good Shooting, Riau Cops! Four Less Foul Fanatics In The World! 

    Just got home and turned on the TV an hour ago, .

    Sad to hear that one police officer was killed in Riau today, up near the northern end of Indonesia, across the straits from Singapore.


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    But three  – or more – cheers for his comrades in arms who took out a quartet of jihadist vermin who attacked Police HQ there.

    You can read more details here=

    Riau Police succeeded in stopping attack: National Police

    I’ve never spent much time in Riau, except when using the post city of Batam to take the ferry to Singapore, but I have had cause to write about the good people there….

     Bravo, Batam! Young Indonesians Challenge IslamoNazis 

    ..and the not so good…

    Indonesian Islamist Prayer Coercion – To Be ‘Reviewed?’ 

    Indonesian Victims of IslamoNazi Thuggery ‘Apologise!’ 

    …and the BAD….

    Bigot ‘Scholars’ Back IslamoNazi Call – ‘Ban Christian Public Worship!’ 

    This Club’s Not For Burning! Islamist Thugs Thwarted! 

    Unlike today’s bloody news, of course, the above examples of Islamist  iniquity did not result in innocents dying.

    Intimidation and thuggery by sectarian louts is a lesser affront to civilised society. 

    Yet if one level is tolerated, what must we expect but that even more savage brutes will emerge to plague the community?

    • Jim in Jakarta 19:00 on May 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      No doubt about it, Ross,
      Riau has had its share of intolerant thug activity, but the whole country faces a serious threat and I think if the thuggery had been put a stop to years ago then this jihadism might never have gotten off the ground.

      The police and esp Densus 88 do a pretty good job but if they dont follow up on the dissolution of HTI by banning all those extremist organizations, we wont be seeing any end to the trouble soon.


    • Rizky Riau 19:53 on May 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks to you Mr Ross for telling that there are many good people in Riau.
      We hate the fanatics and we want to be free from them.
      We need to get our army and police to stop them like this because prison will not reform them as we have only seen this month.


    • JazPen 00:15 on May 17, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I got home late tonight but heard the news in town.
      Reading this reminded me of all those good stories you used to write about what was going on here.
      We may be seeing the last of the best days but even so you should keep covering more of the local news.
      I enjoyed your blog a lot more when you did.


  • ross1948 21:49 on October 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Batam, , , , , , , ,   

    A Tropical Calais? Indonesian Mayor Wants Migrants “Removed!” 


    Batam Mayor Muhammad Rudi said Thursday he asked for the minister’s guidelines about how to deal with the “social problems caused by the immigrants” in Batam…


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    • “We are asking for the immigrants to be removed from Batam,” Rudi said..

    • Batam is a bustling port at the northern end of Indonesia, just across from Singapore.

    • I’ve passed through it a couple of times, and taken the international ferry, a short, pleasant journey, on which you can see lots of small boats going to and fro, many of them fishermen. It must be quite easy to sneak into quiet spots along the coast if one wishes to deposit a cargo of crimmigrants.

    • But this JP article nowhere specifically says Mayor Rudi is talking about legal or illegal immigrants…



    …until we reach these two consecutive paragraphs.

    Batam Immigration Office recorded 362 immigrants in Batam, 280 of whom live at Kolekta Hotel and 61 at the Immigration Office Detention Center. The immigrants’ cost of living is funded by the International Organization for Migration (IOM).

    Does this mean that some government apparatchik has chosen to emulate Cameron, instal illegals in hotel accommodation, instead of slapping them behind bars where they belong?

    There are also 82 immigrants living at Aspirasi Park in Batam. They are from Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia and Ethiopia.

    Aaah! Same allsorts with which poor Calais is burdened.

    The municipality said the immigrants have made the park “dirty.”  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/10/13/batam-wants-govt-to-remove-immigrants-from-city.html

    And another Batam official had another thing to say which made me think of Calais, and the long failure of French authorities to crack down on the undesirables – 

    “There is no supervision of them. This is dangerous. The central government has to consider the local wisdom when they decide to accommodate immigrants,” he said.


    British Lying Press V French Patriot Mayor! 

    Sounds just like that fine French mayor we wrote about last week!

    In France Today, Democracy’s ‘A Threat To Public Order!’ 

    The report concludes with a most peculiar sentence.

    I’m not sure if it reflects the versatility of undesirable aliens or the the Jakarta Post’s infamous grammar issues.  

    Recently the Immigration Office arrested several male immigrants suspected of soliciting themselves. 

    • Pat Sanchez 14:13 on October 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you for reminding us that it isn’t the AfD in Germany and Marine Le Pen in France and the FPO in Austria who see the illegal immigrant problem clearly.
      Like many Australians, I fully agree with the Batam Mayor.
      I also remembered your blog post nearly three years ago, when the Indonesian judge described how some of those ‘poor persecuted Rohingiya refugees’ behaved.
      ‘ – the defendants have been proven legally and convincingly guilty of working together to blatantly carry out violence, which resulted in the loss of human lives.’ https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2013/12/05/heading-for-oz-murderous-rohingya-asylumers-out-in-nine-months/
      Indonesians naturally don’t appreciate ungrateful migrants.
      I understand that perfectly but just the same, it’s a pity that they don’t deport them back to where they come from. I read too many times that they try to pass them along to long-suffering Australia!


    • Nick T 17:55 on October 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      That’s an outstandingly good Jakarta Post grammatical bolzup!
      Soliciting yourself must be easy but not profitable.

      Why doesn’t that newspaper employ people with a minimal command of English?..


    • Mort 19:33 on October 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      How nice to know that our refusal to be cowed by the political elite is echoed by a mayor in distant Indonesia. Well done, Batam..
      Everywhere around the world we read of these unwanted people just sneaking or even barging into places they don’t belong, no respect for the places they invade, causing crimes and making as dirty a mess where they squat as they did in their own countries..


  • ross1948 14:14 on December 9, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Batam, , , , love, , ,   

    Love At The Mosque? Islamists Infuriated! 

    They don’t celebrate the Season of Goodwill, of course! Truth to tell, goodwill is something that’s perennially in short supply among the IslamoNazi white-shirt gang that calls itself the ‘Defenders of Islam Front’ (FPI)

    But now they’re beside themselves with vengeful animosity towards young folk who do their courting at a mosque in Makssar.




    Their local gang-leader, Abu Thoriq, vented his spleen to journos on the rise of adolescent behavior that is considered to be reprehensible…   http://makassar.tribunnews.com/2015/12/06/fpi-ancam-tertibkan-pasangan-yang-pacaran-di-masjid-terapung
    “No way inside the mosque, nor outside the mosque, this courting is forbidden.”


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    • As ever, the thugs are prepared to take the law into their own hands, if local authorities don’t do as they say and move in on the courting couples.

    “We are ready to fight…”

    Yes, picking on kids is about their fighting level. Orphans kids even better, of course!    FPI in West Java – ‘Let’s Burn Out the Orphans!’ 

    Grown-ups – unless heavily outnumbered – are likely to put up resistance, after all, and we all know what happens if the tables are turned.

    The sectarian cowards run and hide in the nearest mosque, skulking like skunks, till compassionate cops can sneak them out of town after dark!


    • fpi skulk in mosque

    IslamoNazis V Freedom-Fighters? – Some Chicken, Some Neck! 


    • The thing is, looking back at the record of FPI intolerance, it’s not just the vicinity of mosques that they want to transform into a love-free zone.
    • Fields, beaches, you name it – romance is the BIG NO-NO!
    • Check out this previous post about FPI bullying in Batam, up north in Riau Province.

    “They act as if they’re the police – are they out to establish an Islamic state? We will resist every which way we can!’ said Irawan, Secretary of the IPPB, (Ikatan Putera-Puteri Batam – Union of the Sons and Daughters of Batam)


     IslamoNazi Night-Crawlers in Batam

    …a mob of these nazi bullies went a-raiding and descended on an open area where young Batam folk hang out together… ‘they then herded the young ones who were chatting into the Masjid Al Bukit Kemuning.   Bravo, Batam! Young Indonesians Challenge IslamoNazis 

    From that, one could conclude that the kill-joy thugs are only using the proximity of the mosque in Makassar as an excuse to harass teens.

    They just hate normal human behaviour…


    Sejumlah massa dari Front Pembela Islam (FPI) melakukan aksi di depan Gedung Mahkaman Konstitusi (MK), Jakarta, Rabu (27/1). masked IslamoNazi cowards


    Just wait till February when their annual bout of indignation comes round again!




    Here’s a reminder from 2013, in Depok, West Java, just across the Jakarta city limits, of how one notorious IslamoNazi urged a BAN on haram Valentines, that students might not celebrate the day.


    Idrus, Gauleiter of Depok FPIHabib of Depok


    FPI’s Depok Gauleiter, Habib K. Al Gadhri – Yes, it is haram, infidel culture, Western culture, a symbol of immorality…” 


    Well, yes, why expect a hate-group to approve of anything redolent of love.



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