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  • ross1948 08:53 on January 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Afif, bom teror, , , , , , , , parole, ,   

    Photo of an Evil Entity – Why Was It Unleashed? 

    Again and again, we – and by that I don’t just mean me, but many people who live in Indonesia, local and expat – have pointed to the need for reform in the handling of terrorism.
    Pitifully inadequate sentencing is outrageous in itself…  
    ….but this weak-kneed attitude in courts is compounded by the folly of early release.
    Let’s be totally clear on this –
    Afif had been arrested by the National Police’s counterterrorism squad Densus 88 for involvement in military training in Aceh in 2010. The West Jakarta District Court sentenced him to seven years prison for terrorism and he was incarcerated in Cipinang Penitentiary. – http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/01/15/shooter-identified-ex-terror-convict.html
    Satan’s emissary Afif approaching Starbucks
    Sentenced to SEVEN YEARS IN 2010?
    Lives might have been saved, innocents not shot and badly hurt at Sarinah this week, had this demonic beast been kept caged. 
    Obviousy common sense dictates that ALL those convicted of terror-linked offences should be put to death.
    We’d all welcome it if President Jokowi were to make such a declaration .
    But meantime, let him, please, put an end to the nonsense of early release, remission, or parole, or whatever the current permissive catch-phrase happens to be. 
    A useful time to do so would be now, before the pig Hasanuddin gets out, to glory in his satanic sins.
  • ross1948 00:01 on January 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: angkot B14, bom teror, driver, , , Meruya,   

    Meruya Man! Have I Sat Chatting With A Bomber? 

    We read that several alleged accomplices of the Sarinah outrage have been arrested in Depok, West Java.
    Depok has long been seen as a cesspool of ferocious fanaticism, from its city government downwards…  https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2011/05/25/depok-jadi-kota-pki-islamist-council-grabs-private-property-communist-style///
    It’s only fair to add that many people there are normal and decent. Hundreds of thousands voted for a grand lady named Rieke in gubernatorial elections a year or so back.
    And where I used to live, for five years or more, in Meruya, West Jakarta, most people were nice enough too.
    But it turns out that police have raided a house there to detain a suspect in Thursday’s terrorist attack downtown!
    You never know what’s really going on behind your neighbour’s closed door.
    But even more rivetting, from my point of view, is the revelation that the detainee is, by profession, an angkot driver, and not just any angkot – it’s the B14, the one I’ve been using two or three times a week!
    For years!
    angkot angkots
    It plies between Citraland and Puri Indah, and beyond.
    I like to shop in both places, and apart from that, the route passes my barber, the splendid Rp.10,000 rupiah guy ( yeah, $1.00) I’ve maybe mentioned before.
    Thing is, I always try to sit up front beside the driver, due to A – my long legs and B – the freedom to smoke.
    So the question on my mind tonight is – have I been sat beside a sectarian terrorist, maybe even chatted away to him, maybe more than a few times?
    The suara.com report says the arrested chap always wore a camouflage jacket over his driver shirt, and that doesn’t ring a bell.
    But since you’re facing forward, you don’t really take in what drivers wear…
    ..if only…
    ….and heck, Jakarta angkot drivers are all guys, so why would I?
  • ross1948 00:05 on January 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bom teror, Jakarta Tidak Takut, ,   

    Jakarta Tidak Takut, Tapi….. 

    Jakarta Tidak Takut  – ‘Jakarta’s Not Afraid!’ is a good slogan, and I endorse the sentiment wholeheartedly.

    The best response to terrorist scum, like today’s jihadist vermin who murdered harmless people to further their satanic cause, is to carry on as usual, doing whatever one normally does, whilst hoping, of course, that the sectarian scum will be caught and put to death.

    After all, subverting a way of life is what terrorists want, and jihadist terrorists, especially, want to deny us every trace of the pleasures we derive from life.

    Enjoy A Night Out? How Dare You, Say IslamoNazis! 

    They will succeed if we all take to staying in, cowering from their menace.

    Much like in London, during the IRA/Sinn Fein terror camaign, we could have stayed home but instead took pride in getting to work, despite our stations being repeatedly closed by bomb-threats (which sometimes were more than mere threats!) 




    So despite my anger and distress when I heard the news this morning, I was looking forward to the party scheduled for tonight. Sharing rage and grief is healthier than nursing those emotions indoors.

    To my dismay, I got an email saying that ‘due to the current situation,’ the party was off.

    • What a gutless crowd!

    The event was to be held in one of Jakarta’s largest hotels, which always has tight security – when I’ve gone there before, I’ve been vexed at the amount of  time it takes to get in!

    After the Sarinah outrage, it would undoubtedly have been like a fortress. And though harder to get into, the hotel would have been easier to reach, traffic thinner after the Islamist atrocity.

    This party was not hosted by Indonesians, but by foreigners, so shame on them!

    I hope they grow up and show some greater sense of solidarity with our host nation in future: though I doubt if I’ll be joining them again.


    I made up my mind that, what the hell, I’d go into town anyway. My decision didn’t require any summoning up of courage, simply an unwillingness to be intimidated. Something the supine twits behind the party’s cancellation evidently lacked.

    There’s been a drinks voucher I won in a Lucky Draw last month, valid for beer at a bar in Senayan, so I smsed around and headed out, hoping others I know would join my outing.

    Traffic was notably lighter then usual and my bus – with only a handful of passengers – got me there in barely half an hour.

     Slipi Junction


    I noticed a lot of cops plus two ambulances at Slipi – later heard there’d been threats made against that area.. 

    Taking short-cuts through Ratu Plaza and Plaza Senayan ( both popular expat shopping centres; I saw few bules – that’s local for expats – in either place) soon enough I reached the bar.

    When I got there, it was empty, save for the staff, though they were fun to chat to. 

    My voucher used up, five or six beers later, I came home, puzzling over this question – what sort of friends are we foreigners to Indonesia if we run for cover after the threat has been handled?  


    • Hari 02:11 on January 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I like to read this.
      I was out tonight to in downtown and out because I was feeling bad and sad for the terror at Sarinah.
      You and me are thinking same, better to be out and show face, not stay home shut down and leave city dark.
      Sorry my english is no good but I read it better than write it and like to read your blog. , .


    • Sandy G 12:13 on January 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I’m glad you went out last night, Ross, and yes, it is a shame anyone cancelled anything as a response to those terrorists.
      The Parisians who made a point of going to their cafes and bars in spite of the terror attacks were doing the right thing too.
      Islamists really do see our way of life as something to be destroyed and if we all just accept that and go home and stay in then they will see that as a victory.


  • ross1948 22:35 on January 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bom teror, , , , , , , , , , , ,   

    Sarinah? Hukum Mati – Who’s Got Guts Enough To Ensure Justice? 

    Jihadist terrorists are scum who deserve to die.

    None more so than the satanic pigs who perpetrated the slaughter at Sarinah today.

    An innocent Canadian, it’s reported, along with innocent Indonesians, died to slake these Islamists’ thirst for blood.

    Indonesia still, thank God, has the death penalty- if only the British Government would stop ignoring the British people, the UK would have it too – and capital punishment was rightly applied to the Bali Bomb pigs.


    • bali_bombers Trio Babi – The Three Swine!
    • ————–
    • No less should it be applied to those who carried out and organised today’s Sarinah outrage.
    • ——–
    • Several explosions were heard in the centre of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, witnesses told Reuters. (via The Straits Times)
    • —————-
    • But will it?

    Indonesian courts have a shameful record in dealing with Islamist swine.

    Which judges can Indonesians trust to have the vermin put to death? 


    After Cikeusik?

    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 


    After Temanggung?


    There are other examples too, of judges either too bigoted or too craven to inpose proper justice on sectarian filth.


    And the rumours of imminent release for that filthy pig Hasanuddin, who beheaded the Christian school-girls?

    Hasanuddin the Pig

    Hasanuddin the Pig

    Jakarta Justice – Will Child-Beheaders Go Free Soon? 

    Clearly, without honest, non-sectarian, impartial  judges, evil triumphs.

    You showed up today, President Jokowi, rightly, and bravely, with no bullet-proof vest, at the crime scene.

    But what will you do to ensure Islamist hate-gangs are extirpated?

    Oh, and BTW, what are you doing to implement that rare, fair ruling from the Supreme Court?

    Java Heat – Oppressed Christians Worship In Jakarta Sun – Jokowi No Show! 

    • Euis 01:30 on January 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      All this is so.
      I also will be very happy if Presiden Jokowi will make judges give more justice and punish terrorists with the same way like they do to innocent people at Sarinah yesterday.
      ISIS and FPI like hurting people so I think ISIS and FPI need hurt back to them,.


    • Irawati 12:34 on January 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      There is need for better judging here. So many people jailed for bad reasons, like the Shia in East Java,and A’an the atheist in Sumatra.
      And also so many very bad people guilty but only too little time in the jail.


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