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  • ross1948 23:50 on December 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Terror Alert in Jakarta – Time To Put ‘Em Down! 


    There is no moratorium on the death penalty. The government never mentioned any moratorium.” http://www.balidiscovery.com/



    Pleased to note that Security Minister Luhut Pandjaitan is performing an energetic U-turn, not only going back on what he allegedly said about the death penalty but actually denying he said it!

    Well, go figure.

    But given the other news this past few weeks, a reaffirmation of the country’s sensible commitment to the principle of capital punishment is most welcome.

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    Now how about using it usefully, especially in view of Luhut’s latest!

    “We have information about a possible terror attack in the near future. That’s why we are preparing all authorities,” Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Luhut Panjaitan said….Sutiyoso, the head of the State Intelligence Agency (BIN), issued a similar warning on Sunday.   http://jakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/indonesia-face-terror-attack-near-future-security-minister-says/

    And the JG quotes ‘experts’ (unfortunately not named) who reckon there’s a real risk  because of growing support for the Islamic State movement.



    AND the Jakarta Post a few days ago reported that National Police chief Badrodin Haiti has confirmed that the Islamic State (IS) has threatened to murder six high-ranking officers in the National Police. In response, the National Police have strengthened protection escorts for the six officers.   http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/12/06/six-high-ranking-officers-directly-threatened-is-police-chief-says.html

    And elsewhere we find further confirmation that there are swarms of the satanic scum already skulking around the archipelago.   http://www.todayonline.com/world/asia/least-100-indonesians-have-returned-home-after-fighting-islamic-state-intelligence-chief

    .So it’s clear that terrorism is a clear and present danger.

    Sadly, the Indonesian courts handle sectarian vermin with kid gloves.

    Hasanuddin the Pig

    Hasanuddin the Pig

    Hasanuddin, for example, who beheaded the three Christian school-girls, is due out soon, maybe already, despite those most heinous murders.

    Jakarta Justice – Will Child-Beheaders Go Free Soon? 

    And there’s the infamous Cikeusik Pogrom case, where an Islamist mob martyred three Ahmadis…


    attack-ahmadiyah Fanatic filth bludgeon innocent Ahmadi at Cikeusik

    …only a handful of arrests, no murder charges, with derisory sentences of a few months for those detained.

    If judges are too spineless to get the job done, what’s to be done?


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    I don’t know the powers available to President Jokowi when treason is the issue, but can he not declare a state of emergency and direct the security forces to round the swine up, interrogate them, then put ’em up against a wall?


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    Not that such a recommendation should be offered only to Indonesia,

    If Cameron and Hollande and other European leaders had any real backbone, they’d have started stringing up savages long since.

    The death penalty should be put to good use, a worldwide weapon against barbaric beasts making war on civilisation.

    • JazPen 11:14 on December 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      There isnt a lot we disagree on here, Ross.
      Jokowi is all for the death penalty, and made sure it was done as ordered on the drug importers. So there isnt any reason why he wont execute terrorists.
      Unless he is worried about the opposition he would get from the FPI and HTI, and maybe the bigger Muslim organisations as well.


    • Arifin 15:49 on December 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Good idea you give but why do your own foreign goverment not kill jihadis already?


  • ross1948 11:24 on March 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Dwi Trisna Firmansyah, executions, , , sadistic murderer   

    Pak Jokowi, How Can You Execute Them But Not Dwi Trisna Firmansyah? 

    In all conscience, I can do nothing other than say the executions of the two Australian drug-smugglers, scheduled for this month, should be cancelled, and their sentences commuted.

    As I’ve argued all along, it’s not for foreign governments to badger or bully Indonesia. The law is clear and criminals know the penalties.

    But we are all entitled to an opinion, and our opinions should not be immutable if the situation changes.  The change that’s made me post this way today is called Dwi Trisna Firmansyah .


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    • President Jokowi has just spared his life. 
    • I think that is a great shame. Dwi Trisna Firmansyah and his two comrades-in crime deserve to die. 

    The three convicts brutally killed their victims when they were performing the Subuh prayer on April 16, 2012. They robbed their victims of one Daihatsu Terios car, two motorcycles, 12 mobile phones, dozens of cell phone vouchers, vehicle ownership documents (BPKB), vehicle registration certificates (STNK) and three bags containing a sum of money. The three criminals later fled to Palembang, South Sumatra before the police arrested them.

    As with the Bali crims, there seems not even a hint of innocence in this case.  Scum who slaughter innocent victims at prayer should be put down.

    As with sectarian vermin like the Bali Bomb pigs.




    I had been hoping that Jokowi’s tough stance on the current controversy would usher in a wave of death penalties for jihadist terrorists. Capital punishment is a good thing, badly needed back in Western countries where swine like the Woolwich murderers are now being molly-coddled in prison instead of rotting in dishonourable graves.

    But if a local louse is to be let off the hook, for no good reason …

    Asep previously filed an appeal and for a case review – both were rejected by the Pekanbaru High Court and Supreme Court – before he requested clemency…http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/03/15/jokowi-fulfils-clemency-request-death-row-murderer-pekanbaru.html

    …then how can a similar response be withheld from those Australians on death row?

    Many Indonesians will be as dismayed as I am with Jokowi’s sudden switch to namby-pamby style – ‘ wounded sense of justice’ is one quote from many media which identify the lucky louse accurately as a ‘sadistic murderer.’ Beri Grasi Pembunuh Sadis di Pekanbaru, Jokowi Dikritik Metroterkini14 Mar 2015

    So Jokowi has this week disappointed many of his own people.

    If he goes ahead with the execution of the Australians, he will face accusations of double standards, or worse.

    And not only by Australians.

    • Andri 11:42 on March 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Jokowi will be thought unjust or even maybe a racist if he gives his amnesty to this horrible criminal who has actually killed people, and then has the drug smugglers shot. They do not deserve sympathy but they have not actually killed people cruelly.


    • prita 09:19 on March 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I do not agree with you, Ross.
      Two wrongs do not make a rght, is the English saying.
      It is wrong for Presiden Jokowi to give clemency to the bad murderer.
      But you want him to give clemency to the bad drug criminal?


    • Slamet 09:53 on March 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You same like me disappointed at Jokowi. He will not speak for KPK, will not make police be fair .

      Now this strange choosing to give life not death to the killer of a family who were at praying.
      So it is not justice to give death to the Australia criminal two. Jokowi must make fresh start, tell us why he has done this great error with Dwi Trisna Firmansyah or better if he take back the clemency.


    • Santi 12:01 on March 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I also am angry with Jokowi to see him giving this sadistic murderer escape from death sentence. I am agreeing with people in that area who ask if the President truly understand what Dwi did.
      You make me think about this.
      I think the drug smuggler from Australia do not deserve clemency but if Jokowi will give his mercy to the sadistic murderer how may he do different with the Australians.


    • Steve G 09:54 on March 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I came here to read your tourist blurb on Kunstkring but noticed you write about all kinds of things.
      Your views are a bit too conservative for me, Ross, but you are due credit fir this post. Jokowi has made a fool of himself commuting the murderer’s death sentence but refusing to do the same for two non-murderers,


  • ross1948 00:07 on March 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Bali drugs, , , executions, , Joko Widodo,   

    Pay-Back! Bludger ‘Tsunami’ Unloaded on Oz? 

    Just as I feared, the shrilling from Australia over the execution of two convicted drug-smugglers has provoked a reaction.

    Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Tejo Edhy Purdijatno said on Monday that Indonesia has been deterring illegal immigrants from other countries en route to Australia.


    If Canberra carries on like this, Jakarta will certainly unleash those heading for Australia.’ http://nasional.news.viva.co.id/news/read/599390-ri-balik-ancam-australia–10-ribu-imigran-gelap-siap-dilepas

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      • “There are now over 10,000 such people in Indonesia,” he said. If they are allowed to head for Australia, that would surely be like a human tsunami.”
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        • This is turning into a disaster for Abbott, who had every opportunity to mend fences after President SBY left office.
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        • Jokowi has shown himself to be no simpering liberal and could have become a useful partner in the war to block the bludger boats.

        Instead, the hullabaloo over that pair of crims in Bali has spread from its pinko base to include the entire Australian political establishment, despite clear evidence that million of ordinary Aussies don’t give a monkey’s on the issue.

        I never have any hesitation in criticising either government.

      • Abbott can be faulted because he’s reneged on his pledges on restoration of free speech.
      • I’d also call on Jokowi to show he’s as keen on crushing terrorism as he is on quelling drug crime. He should have the Islamist swine behind the Cikeusik Pogrom arrested, tried and executed for murder.
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      • I personally am all in favour of capital punishment for treason, terror and some other heinous crimes. I’m not convinced it’s appropriate for drug-smuggling  – though the great majority of Indonesians are convinced.
      • This is Indonesia; what they say, goes!
      • But for this gulf of ill-feeling to open and widen daily is a tragedy. And a needless tragedy too, all the more painful for those of us who have nothing but affection for both countries.
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  • ross1948 18:43 on January 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Indonesian Executions – Neo-Colonialist 'Europe' Should Shut Up! 

    Good news from East Java today, where Densus 88 took out a terrorist. The Police Special Anti-Terror Unit has a grasp of what we’re all up against, and acts accordingly.





    Not so the neo-colonialist EUSSR, with their Vice-President telling Indonesia and the world that Brussels was opposed to capital punishment in all cases and had consistently called for its universal abolition.    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/01/18/execution-six-death-row-inmates-indonesia-deeply-regrettable-eu.html

    Note, VP Mogherinii’s arrogant intrusion into Indonesia’s internal affairs was NOT motivated by any doubts about the innocence or guilt of the drug-smugglers executed today.

    Her outburst represents instead an offer of carte blanche to every ISIS or Al Qaeda fiend caught and facing the death penalty.



    bali_bombers Bali Pigs


    If degenerate pinkos like Mogherini had had their EUSSR way ten years ago, the three Bali Pigs would be enjoying three squares a day.

    They’d be receiving visits from equally scummy acolytes, assuming they’d not got enough annual remissions to be out and about, hero-worshipped by primitives galore.

    After all, the swine who murdered Munir is free today. Munir’s Murderer Free – Jakarta Justice Mirrors Western Weakness 

    Of course, there are criticisms to be raised about the death penalty here. The fact that Abu Bakr Ba’asyir and the beheader beast Hasanuddin and his evil troupe…

    Indonesian Beheaders of Schoolgirls – Poso Pigs Up For Parole Soon? 

    …are in cells and not in cemeteries, is a constant reminder that capital punishment needs to be applied much more widely than those drug-smugglers, who of course, could hardly proffer ignorance of the law as an excuse.




    But it IS Indonesia’s business, not that of Brussels, and certainly not that of the former colonial masters, the Dutch, who have withdrawn their ambassador in protest.  

    President Jokowi deserves applause for standing up to the EUSSR, which, local readers please note, does not speak for the peoples of Europe.





    It would be pleasing, however, if he were to order the re-opening of the Cikeusik Pogrom case.




    None of the sectarian swine involved were charged with murder. They should be, and should be executed if found guilty.

    • Santi 10:17 on January 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you very much Ross you are true friend to Indonesia


    • Ario 10:42 on January 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      Terima kasih banyak, for you supporting Presiden Joko Widodo.
      We are not colonialised people any more. Dutchmen should learn history
      Independence since 1945


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