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  • ross1948 22:35 on January 14, 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    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!
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    • No less should it be applied to those who carried out and organised today’s Sarinah outrage.
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    • Several explosions were heard in the centre of the Indonesian capital on Thursday, witnesses told Reuters. (via The Straits Times)
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    • 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.


  • ross1948 10:01 on March 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Death Penalty – Indonesia Could Set A Fine Example! 

    Well, it’s not every day I applaud Endy Bayuni of the Jakarta Post, or indeed the Jakarta Post itself – far from it.

    But a week or so ago Endy spoke up for democracy with a call for a REFERENDUM on the issue of capital punishment.

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    He argues sensibly that the debate needs to be conducted coherently, without the shrilling and shouting that has marred the current controversy. And I would add that it needs to be conducted without sticky-beak interference from foreign governments.



    The behaviour of UK and other EUSSR diplomats in Jakarta has been nothing short of disgraceful, toddling around the town telling Indonesians that the ‘West knows Best’ on this question, when – at least in the British case – the pompous twits know very well that they represent nobody except a left-lib minority clique back home.




    British Governments for FIFTY YEARS, since capital punishment was abolished, have been well aware that most Brits disagree with abolition.  That’s why the political establishment have adamantly refused a referendum.

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    And now the elite also invoke the Brussels/ Strasbourg diktat that imposes abolition as an obligatory albatross around the necks of every subject state within Europe, regardless of the people’s will. They rely on their left-lib lackeys at the European Court to act as enforcers.

    And Indonesia also runs a risk of unelected lawyers intruding on the people’s rights. Endy reminded us that it came close to abolishing capital punishment in 2008 when the Constitutional Court ruled 5-4 in favor of retention.





    Thanks be for the one-vote majority – but there’s no guarantee that future courts will respect democracy any more than they do in the West…hence Endy’s conclusion makes absolute sense.  

    Given that the Constitution allows for a national referendum, it is time to let people decide whether to abolish or retain capital punishment.


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    • Endy points out that it could be a vigorous debate. Not everyone in Indonesia concurs with President Jokowi.

    I agree with Jokowi that the death penalty should be used, but I find it hard to understand why he wants to use it for drug-crims but not for terrorists!

    Indonesian Hasanuddin at court in Jakarta, 8/11/06

    Hasanuddin, the Islamist Fiend who Killed the Kids

    Abu Bakr Ba’asyir would not be missed, nor that foul swine who beheaded the Christian school-girls and will be loose all too soon. That is SO wrong.

    Agree with me or not – and even a man I otherwise greatly admire, Jakarta’s Governor Ahok, disagrees on the very principle of executing anyone – democracy is the way forward.


    jokowi-ahok-_120409163208-508 Jokowi and Ahok

    The abolitionists finally have an icon to lead their campaign. Jakarta Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama has publicly spoken up against capital punishment. More public figures like him should come and join the campaign.http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/03/02/commentary-calling-national-referendum-capital-punishment.html

    And THAT is how it should be.

    Let those for and against have their say, then put it to a national vote.


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