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  • ross1948 00:36 on July 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Djarot, , , , , , shape up or ship out   

    Jakarta’s Djarot Talks Sense – ‘Shape Up Or Ship Out!’ 


    Ii’s a great shame that Ahok is no longer Jakarta’s Governor…

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    …but since he’s been imprisoned under Indonesia’s mind-blowing ‘blasphemy law.’ he can’t be.

    However his deputy, Djarot, is now in charge, if only till Anies Baswedan, elected with the enthusiastic support of the most fanatical Islamists in the land, becomes big boss of the capital in a month or two.

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    Djarot is a much more low-profile politician than his predecessor, but this week he talked a lot of sense about the unwholesome elements, telling his employees to resign from office if they feel the state ideology Pancasila is irrelevant to the country.

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    New readers overseas should read up on Pancasila, but basically it’s the philosophical basis of how the founding fathers wanted Indonesia to develop, as a tolerant country – it needs to be, with its many ethnic groups and religious creeds!

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    The rise of rabid jihadist gangs is a clear and present danger to that, so – somewhat belatedly – steps are being proposed, like the central government’s putative ban on the calipho-fascist movement Hizbut Tahrir, to curb the sectarian threat.

    Thus Djarot reminded staff that all civil servants had sworn to protect and abide by the ideology. 

    “If any civil servant thinks Pancasila is not appropriate, just be nice and send a resignation letter!”

    Better still, he suggested those opposed to Pancasila should even leave the country and find other nations that accommodated their ideology.  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/07/24/djarot-tells-anti-pancasila-civil-servants-to-leave-office.html

    All this, one must assume, is a mildly delphic reference to jihadists, whose allegiance is not to Indonesia but to Islamist supranationalism, the fundamentally treasonous belief that solidarity with co-religionists overseas should trump patriotic duty.

    It is an offensive notion and not just to Indonesian nationalists.

    Western countries too should echo Djarot.

    • Of course those addicted to unpleasant alien ideologies should be encouraged, if not obliged, to sod off to where their retard mind-sets will be more at home.

    Djarot can’t be faulted.

    Mama Stasi Merkel, however, CAN be faulted!

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    .Foto Peter Jakobsson.

    Die Verrückte Fuhrerin!’]

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    • The Demented Fuhrerin‘s not only announced there is NO limit to the number of aliens she is prepared to welcome into Germany… …but Mama is apparently all set to bring BACK to Germany a foul ISIS rape-gang collaborateuse…

    ISIS Slags Were ‘Jealous’ Of Sex-Slaves?!? Hell Mend ‘Em! 

    … instead of letting her Iraqi captors finish her off as she deserves.

    As for public servants here in Jakarta, or elsewhere in the archipelago, why should there not be a ban on Enemy Within jihad-addicts drawing teacher salaries from the Indonesian public purse?

    In American schools, in healthier times, communities did all they could to exclude marxists from teaching posts, concerned that subversives bound by their own twisted codes would poison young minds with red toxins.

    Jihadists too will stop at nothing to inject their vile dogmas into the class-room.

    SO…?

    Fire them!

    I’m amazed, though, that the Jakarta Post editorial hacks have not begun whining at Djarot’s sensible views.

    The JP is forever babbling about how unfair Indonesia is to the red vermin of the PKI…

    ‘We Don’t Want Communism?’ But if You Did, It’s Time To Apologise!! 

    …and the JP’s parent company has a shameful record of collaboration with Islamist intolerance.

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    • burning books   Grovelling Gramedia’s BookBurning Bonanza – Appeasing Fanatics 

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    • Never forget that company, Gramedia’s Nazi-style book-burning!

    • It seems to be in that media camp that they parody Will Rogers, who famously said he never met a man he didn’t like.

    • With the JP and Gramedia, the impression one gets is that there’s never been a nasty subversive for whom they didn’t feel sympathy!

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    • Tolerance, as in Pancasila, is all well and good, but only suicidal societies tolerate the proximity of an asp to their bosom.

    Hasil gambar untuk cleopatra asp

    Look what happened to Cleopatra!

    There are plenty of decent young Indonesians eager to find work, and if undesirables were sacked, there’d be a lot of capable candidates to fill the vacancies.

     
    • Dini 02:04 on July 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      We do not want HTI or FPI to tell us how to live in Indonesia.

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    • Siti Hasana 08:53 on July 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Djarot is good man and he has good idea to make the bad thinking men leave and live in Arab country

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    • JazPen 17:58 on July 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Good to see you aiming to please your audience by mixing in Jakarta news with the Western stuff.
      I think it will be interesting for both kind of readers.
      AND you get another good kick at the Jakarta Post!
      Well done,
      Nice Cleo picture too.

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  • ross1948 08:28 on March 14, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Djarot, , , , , , , , , , , Supersemar   

    Media Coverage of Islamist Louts – JG Trounces JP! 


    A most peculiar, patchy piece in the Jakarta Post this week, on how deputy gubernatorial candidate Djarot Saiful Hidayat faced hostile opposition from supporters of his gubernatorial election rivals while attending an anniversary prayer for late former president Soeharto….

    Djarot is on the left, Ahok on the right

    Djarot is the running mate of Governor Ahok – the pluralist Christian seeking re-election next month. Ahok is hated by all the vilest sectarian elements here, and is currently on trial for the mediaeval offence of’blasphemy.’

    One prominent Islamist bigot has demanded the DEATH PENALTY!

    But let’s continue with the JP report. I won’t simply repeat it word for word but the link will confirm I am paraphrasing it faithfully.

    …an unidentified protester threw a bottle…some protesters pursued him while hurling verbal abuse…some protesters even trying to block his access to the mosque….

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/03/12/djarot-faces-hostile-protesters-at-east-jakarta-mosque.html

    Atrocious antics, deserving serious, thorough investigation. Yet the JP reporters do NOT identify the hoodlums, apart from that vague reference to ‘supporters of rivals.’  

    Compare and contrast. 

    So WHO were the loutish trouble-makers? The Jakarta Post’s rival English-language paper, the Jakarta Globe, has incurred my disapproval in the past…

    …but does a far better job, with its report on the same disgraceful hoodlum display.

    Members of several Muslim groups intercepted incumbent Deputy Governor Djarot Saiful Hidayat while on his way to attend an Islamic prayer to commemorate the issuance of the controversial Supersemar, or March 11 Decree…

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    • Protestors loudly yelled abuse and the word “infidel” at Djarot…
    • So it was not a manifestation of political conflict but of naked sectarian hatred.  http://eyewitness.thejakartaglobe.com/news/protestors-try-to-prevent-djarot-from-attending-supersemar-commemoration/
    • And another thing!
    • That ceremony Djarot was attending?
    • The Jakarta Post’s description – ‘ an anniversary prayer for late former president Soeharto’  – is more than a little economical with the facts of the occasion.
    • It gives the impression that it was merely a commemoration of the dictator’s life or of his death.
    • NOT SO! The Jakarta Globe spells out the truth!
    • .The mass prayer was held to commemorate the issuance of the Supersemar letter, which transferred authority from the country’s founding father, Sukarno, to Suharto, who was the chief of the Army in 1966.
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    General Suharto – the beneficiary of ‘Supersemar’

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    Every Indonesian knows about that episode.

    Some regard it as a good day for the country, after Soekarno’s erratic regime and his constant flirtation of the evil totalitarians of the PKI – the Communist Party of Indonesia.

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    But many also see it as the moment when Suharto’s iron rule began, an end to democracy and the start of a dictatorship which lasted for for over thirty years.  

    Regardless, that’s what last Saturday’s event was all about.

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    As an interesting foot-note to the above, the list of those present at the Supersemar get-together includes none other than the very man we mentioned above but did not name, the blood-thirsty fanatic who reckons Djarot’s running-mate, our good Governor Ahok, deserves death for a qitty reference to the Koran.

    Now we name him.

    Habib Rizieq godfather of the self-styled ‘Defenders of Islam!’


    “We encourage the government to process the death penalty for Ahok as soon as possible,” said Rizieq.  http://www.suara.com/news/2016/10/14/134313/

     

     
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