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  • ross1948 12:09 on March 15, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , discrimination., employment, , , , , , staff toilets   

    Grammar and ‘Gays!’ – Poor Old Jakarta Post! 

    I wonder why the Jakarta Post even continues in existence.

    That headline of mine  – the word ‘poor’  – may indicate one of their problems, that of finance, since  they seem either unwilling or unable to afford editorial staff who can spot and remedy pathetic linguistic errors…




    …which many high-schoolers here in Indonesia would recognise at once. It’s not surprising that whoever produced this inane article declines to put his or her name to it.

    But the more you read of their latest nod to ‘pluralism…’ (and if you think the JP is genuinely pluralist, consider their owners’ record of book-burning –

    burning books

    Grovelling Gramedia’s BookBurning Bonanza – Appeasing Fanatics 

    • which the JP has never condemned!)

    …the more the vacuous verbiage hits you in the eye, gobble-de-gook that would be more at home in San Francisco than Jakarta. 

    …patriarchal and heteronormative cultures are apparently the problem, which, translating into normal-speak as best one can, means recognition that guys are guys and gals are gals. 

    “…feminine men or vice versa are perceived as if they have violated the norms — either men’s norm because they appear not masculine enough or women’s norm because they shouldn’t be masculine..”   http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/03/14/poor-knowledge-leads-prolonged-discrimination-against-lgbt-people.html

    Well, Hell and Damnation! Like any sane person, the average Indonesian thinks a ‘feminine man’ is a violation of ‘norms!

    But the JP scribbler reckons that if some stubbly bloke goes mincing about town in a mini-skirt and make-up, those who take exception to such a grotesque sight are in need of a vaccination against ‘homophobia?’


    Gimme a break.

    The pinko who wrote the article thinks the government should guard the ‘gays‘ against ‘discrimination.‘ In other words, if an employer interviews a pretty young lady  and the afore-mentioned stubbly queer for a job, and Stubbly has a uni degree and the lass has not much schooling at all, then Stubbly has to be hired?



    Gimme a break.  

    Of course businesses ( and bars!) should be free to accept or reject people on grounds of ‘sexual orientation.’ Not only bosses but other workers would be horrified if a trannie freak were hired and then proceeded to demand access to whichever staff toilet suited his pretend sexuality.

    And make no mistake, that’s exactly what’s happening in Canada and the USA!

    South Dakota governor vetoes transgender bathroom bill   –CNN1 Mar 2016

    The gaystapo in the West has caused untold misery by its persecution of decent people who adhere to civilised standards.



    Gaystapo Hate Rules USA – An Honest Doctor Faces Final Inquisition! 

    Hate Crimes – Vicious ‘Gay Rights’ Vixen Must Face Charges! 

    Crucified by ACLU Gaystapo, Christian Gran Faces Easter Hell! 

    One hopes Indonesia will not be rail-roaded by a shrill, maladjusted minority into following the same sad (certainly NOT gay) path.

  • ross1948 00:02 on March 6, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: admission fees, , Besaki, , discrimination., , , , vandlaism   

    Bali Discriminates? No Complaints, Except – Still – About Besaki! 

    So the Balinese have plans to charge foreign visitors more when visiting provincial tourist locations?

    What’s to object to?

    It’s already done at Borobudur.

    borobudur-main-entrance Borobudur

    And it is, paradoxically, fair.

    If Bali wants to make money, it has to price its heritage sites in such a way as to pay for their upkeep. If they charge, say, ten bucks, for everyone, then how can a poor local family afford to see their own country’s cultural heritage? But ten bucks to a Japanese or Aussie tourist is a not unreasonable price to pay.

    If the charge for all is fifty cents, which poor Indonesians can afford, it’ll take a lot of foreign visitors to cover proper administration and maintenance of the sites.

    Bali people deserve applause for aesthetic appreciation.

    In Java, we’ve seen Islamist ignoramuses doing all they can to destroy their own rich history. See – Blasting Borobudur? ISIS, Enemies of Civilisation!  and  https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2011/09/18/ignorant-islamist-bigots-attack-indonesias-heritage-java-statues-wrecked/ 


    patung-bima-purwakarta FUI savages amok in Java


    Sadly, some of the foreigners who visit Bali are as ignorant, though not as moronic, as the FUI malignants.

    Sadly, some tourists never go to see any historical or architectural marvels. They go to bars and discos. (I like both, marvels and nightlife!)

    The bad side of the Bali news is not the price differential, but, as the head of the revenue section of the Provincial Government, I Made Santha, said “this will (only) be applied at tourist objects owned by the province.”  http://www.balidiscovery.com/messages/message.asp?Id=11617


     Bajra Sandhi


    The report mentions a couple of those, namely the Monument of the People’s Struggle (Bajra Sandhi) and Taman Budaya, both located in downtown Denpasar.

    But I fear that list does NOT include the Great Temple of Besaki.




    It is a fine sight to see, but almost every visitor I’ve ever met who’s gone there has been appalled by the scavengers who control it, scurvy layabouts who seek to extort tourists of any and every nationality.

    The whole area is immersed in a rip-off mentality, all the more offensive since it is a place of worship.

    The Governor should clamp down!


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