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  • ross1948 06:53 on January 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Crusades, , , , , Totok Suprayitno   

    In Jakarta As In UK, School Children Fed Propaganda! 

    Indoctrination via the printed word is nothing new, and attempts to brain-wash pupils is not unique to Indonesia.



    We have seen the shameful treason-mentality of many British teachers who eagerly allow Europhiliac filth into their class-rooms.

    Breaking News! School Brainwash Exposed By GUARDIAN? 

    But the Jakarta Globe report at year’s end shows that children here are in line for some wholesale indoctrination too.

    The Education Ministry said the error can serve as a “good opportunity” to educate members of the public, especially young students, on the issue of Palestinian independence.


    For no obvious reason, Indonesia supports those who want to put the boot into Israel.


    Caliphascist Hizbut Tahrir wants ‘Israel wiped Off the World Map!’


    • I should say no rational reason, because it’s obvious that sectarian motives are at work.

    • However, let’s hear what Totok Suprayitno, from the Education Ministry, has to say.

    • “This will not just be about changing Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, but it will also be an effort to educate the people and tell the youth about the origin of the dispute,” Totok said.


    Hasil gambar untuk Totok Suprayitno

    He added that the revision will also contain an explanation and brief historical background of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

    Since the problem arises from Islamic aggression 1000 plus years ago, any ‘brief’ coverage is bound to fall short.




    It’s historical fact that the Crusades were Wars of Liberation, as we have explained before, to roll back the Islamic imperialism depicted below.

    Erdolf’s Anti-Anzac Rants? Nothing Wrong With Crusaders! 

    Just look at the map of caliphate expansion.




    But too many people here seem oblivious to the outrageous way caliphs and generals warred down resistance and over-saw the coercion of the population into ‘conversion’ from the religions they had previously been free to follow.

    Saladin was no doubt a personally brave leader, but whatever his interest in religious freedom, his successors had less.

    Christians and Jews and pagans did continue to live in Occupied Palestine, but in dwindling numbers as Islamisation proceeded.

    That’s why it’s hard to listen to all the rot about ‘Occupied’ territory there today.


    Terrorism is terrorism, anywhere

    • Almost as hard as listening to the whining gits who complain when Israeli security forces retaliate against masked Palestinian hoodlums hurling lethal weapons.

    • One hopes Pak Totok will see to it that the ‘revised’ books give kids a balanced view, but I am not optimistic.


    • Kezia 09:32 on January 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think it is alright to teach about this subject if the teaching will give both sides of the argument.
      However I do not beleive many of the teachers will because they are bias to the Palestine side and probably very uneducated on the other side of history themselves.


    • Santi 10:55 on January 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Good idea to have school debating same like we did, then different team must learn different poit of view. If teachers cab be fair, it will eduacate childen.


  • ross1948 22:11 on April 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Crusades, Davotoglu, , , , OIC, , ,   

    Another Crimean War? Erdogan Empire Rising! 

    • It’s something of an open secret that the Islamist regime in Turkey hankers after the ‘glory days’ of the Caliphate.
    • Desperately  undoing the national hero Kemal Attaturk’s historic reformation of his country, back after WW1, when backward nonsense like head-shrouding was strongly discouraged and the Caliphate itself discontinued, Erdogan has mounted a series of dictatorial moves against the opposition and especially the media. His inertia, at best, in the war against ISIS has been noted.
    • Wake Up, Europe – Sanction Erdogan and Expel His Fifth Column! 

    • He seems to prefer fighting the foes of the Islamist rape-gang.
    • And indeed, the wannabe caliph’s right hand man, Ahmet Davutoglu, has come right out and demanded the liberation of all the Islamic lands that are under occupation, especially Palestine!
    • So said Davutoğlu this week, while delivering an opening speech at the 13th Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit in Istanbul.
    • ——-
    • ——

    Davotoglu is as dangerous as his leader, not a complete buffoon like his deputy…Turkey’s Sexist Buffoon – Women Mustn’t Laugh in Public!  .…so we have to take him seriously.

    And we know that the OIC is an enemy of freedom everywhere.


    Largest Islamic Body in the World Calls for More Anti-Free Speech Defamation Laws…

    We hear far too much about ‘Palestine,’ which, like much of the Middle East, could arguably be said to require liberation – it fell victim to Islamist conquest, centuries ago, and, despite the brave Crusaders’ best efforts, it remains unliberated.
    But note the Turk’s words, ‘especially Palestine.’
    Where else does he dream of ‘liberating?’
    Actually, he was kind enough to give examples – occupied lands such as Palestine, Karabakh and Crimea,” Davutoğlu said. 
    Some of you may not have heard of Karabakh. There’s been war going on there for years, between Muslim Azerbaijan and Christian Armenia.
    That Black Sea Peninsula has been governed by Russia and/or Ukraine for centuries.
    Is this arrogant irredentist serious? He’d seek to regain it for the caliphate theocracy he craves?
    I checked Crimea out, in case my memory wasn’t serving me well – it usually does, but there was quite a nice party last night – and here’s a little info.
    Like Syria, Egypt, Palestine and many another, Crimea was a Christian land seized in an Islamist war of aggression, in 1475, and was not liberated until 1783.
    Despite ethnic cleansing and ‘conversions’ when Crimea was seized, the Islamisation process has long since been reversed and today only 10% of the population is Muslim.
    And that’s what motivates Erdogan’s jihadism!
    He and his hit-man Ahmet aspire to take Crimea back under caliphate control – and no doubt the sort of religious ‘tolerance’ which has seen the Christian percentage of the population decimated, again and again, in the other conquered countries.
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    Don’t be surprised.
    We’ve even seen ISIS-style maps depicting Spain as part of their lost lands. The map on our page is from an academic source.
    Even here in Indonesia, I’ve read some fatuous fanatic bemoaning the loss of the Philippines to ‘kaffir’ rule.
    • Cameron and Erdogan (1)  “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets and the faithful our soldiers.”  
    Erdogan is the ENEMY.
    Europe should have no truck with this man, whose evil ambitions to reconquer countries long since liberated from sectarian thrall are a clear threat- to world peace, yes…
    hizbutisrael ‘Wipe Israel Off the World Map’ Hizbut Tahrir
    ….but more importantly to European civilisation…
    ‘Charlie Hebdo, Proof that Democracy’s Rotten’  – Hizbut Tahrir
    ….and to religious freedom everywhere.
  • ross1948 07:50 on June 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Al-Ayyubid Shalahudin, , Crusades, , , , , , , Saladin,   

    Top Islamic ‘Scholar’ To Kids – Admire Invaders Who Occupied Palestine! 

    We can’t seem to get away from Amidhan this month, but I guess that’s because he doesn’t often give his gob a rest.


    • Amidhan-MUI-2011MUI-Indonesia


    Now he’s urging youngsters to watch a serialised tv drama about Al-Ayyubid Shalahudin  – whom we dreadful Western folk know well from our history lessons as Saladin.  


    Amidhan wants the kids to sit enthralled as Saladin strides forth and rides his stallion majestically across their tv screens.


    ..He said that the leadership of Salahuddin in the past had shown the world how powerful Islamic forces were at that time. One of the main factors was that Muslims were united and not split despite having different backgrounds. The series demonstrated how Muslims should unite to put aside differences. At that time, he said –

    Muslims were able to come together and dominate the world.


    World domination, the dream Amidhan wants to inculcate into young minds.

    Yes, it’s my translation, but I’m attaching the original Republika.com report at the bottom of my page so sceptics can see for themselves that I’ve not distorted Amidhan’s nostalgic paean to an era of Islamic imperialism.


    I’ve never seen that Islamic warlord Saladin portrayed ( in ‘infidel’ Western films, BTW) as anything other than a decent gent, but it remains true that his cause was far from just.


    jerusalem Jerusalem in days of old

    Jerusalem, and Palestine as a whole, were for centuries part of the Roman, later Byzantine, Empire, and its people were overwhelmingly Jews and Christians – and pagans, worshipping Jupiter etc.

    They did not suddenly convert to Islam. The Muslim conquest of the area was an act of brazen sectarian imperialism.

    That’s why I tend to find criticism of Israel as some sort of colonialist occupation state so ludicrous. The post-war Jewish settlers merely took away from the Arabs what the Arabs had taken from the people who’d lived there for ages under Rome and Constantinople. 

    It is tempting to review the UK report on the English moron who wanted to ban England’s St. George’s flag   – Radstock Rocks – Total Victory for England’s Flag!  – because it resembled Crusader banners. A subservient mentality, exactly the opposite to Amidhan’s triumphalism.

    By rights, looking at the facts of history, the Crusaders were a liberation army. They succeeded in pushing out the Saracens for a while from the lands those Saracens had seized by force of arms, but then they lost to Saladin’s determination and strategic skills.  

    In modern times, Saladin’s heirs have similarly lost out to the Israelis – again and again.

    Europe and Islam Islamc conquests


    So serious students of history should be aware that there was no question of Islamic incursions into Palestine, nor, later, Europe, being exercises in peaceful persuasion. Their armed aggression is a matter of record, and only heroic resistance by valiants in Iberia and on the Danube saved all our countries from such jihadist expansionism.


    Had Saladin, and those who came after him, indeed, as Amidhan fondly puts it ‘dominated the world,‘ London might well be full of drabs in burkas, its citizens ordered to comply with shariah law.


    Another nogo area in Londonistan




    Dia mengatakan, kepemimpinan Salahuddin pada masa lalu telah menunjukkan kepada dunia betapa dahsyatnya kekuatan Islam saat itu. Salah satu faktor utamanya adalah umat Muslim bisa bersatu dan tidak tercerai berai kendati memiliki latar belakang berbeda-beda. Lewat serial itu ditunjukkan bagaimana seharusnya umat Islam bersatu dengan mengesampingkan perbedaan-perbedaan.
    Pada saat itu, kata dia, umat Islam dapat bersatu dan menguasai dunia. MUI: Salahuddin Al-ayyubi Bisa Satukan Umat Islam …

    • JazPen 09:49 on June 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Good morning, Ross, I have been too busy to comment a lot but youre off to a good start today.

      I agree with you completely. We used to have lots of films about Richard the Lionheart V Saladin and I don’t know how accurate they were but Saladin was always a noble opponent, no propaganda style to them about how all western countries should now unite and get Christian domination of the world.

      The more of Amidhan’s speeches I read, the more I think he needs to take a break, lie down in a cool shady room and relax with a long drink.


    • Erina 11:47 on June 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Amazing Amidhan, he is not can be happy to see the children just enjoy the Shalahuddin action series, except it must make it all about global caliphate.
      President Joko Widodo talks about Pluralism, MUI about Domination.
      So who will Indonesia follow?


    • syari 11:37 on July 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      His MUI friend Al Khaththath talks also about old wars, still angry that Philipines is Catholic not Muslim. Religion of Peace.


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