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  • ross1948 13:10 on October 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jakarta demo, , Labour law, , Selasa 13/10/20, UU Ciptaker, Violent demo   

    Jakarta Selasa? Just Stay At Home! 

    Jakarta’s Governor Anies Baswedan is not unfamiliar with the rabid sectarian fanatics who call themselves the Islam Defenders Front (FPI)….


    • Anies wins an adoring smile from ferocious FPI ‘grand imam, Habib Rizieq, who had recently suggested the Christian Governor Ahok be slain for unacceptably quoting some Koranic verse –.“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/ 
    • ….

    ….but he may have mixed feelings about their latest move. 

    Along with a clutch of other Islamist extremist bodies, including the notorious PA 212…

    … whose ‘marchers’ so proudly showed off their civic conscience during the campaign (alas successful) to have Anies’ Christian predecessor Ahok jailed for ‘blasphemy…’


    Ahok, now thankfully out of jail

    Slouching Towards Shariah


    ….the FPI are taking to the streets of Indonesia’s capital tomorrow, motivated, so they claim, by the same anger that drove last Friday’s demo, namely the passage of the labor reform law.


    You may wonder why I wouldn’t join a demo organised by something calling itself the ‘National Anti-Communist Alliance,’ as there’s nobody more hostile to marxism than I am.

    Let’s just say, when it comes to whom I march with, I’m a tad picky. And besides, I respect and applaud Indonesian law, that forbids non-Indonesians interfering in the country’s internal affairs.

    That demo last Friday turned into mayhem, millions of dollars worth of damage done and hundreds, or thousands, detained by police.

    Portland Indonesia? Thugs Stone Cops! Black-Clad Louts! 


    At least 11 Transjakarta bus stations were ransacked by the protestors, with the one near Hotel Indonesia roundabout burned down to the ground.


    There is every reason to believe that demo was infiltrated by undesirables, maybe Antifa Red Nazis, or paid criminals or….who knows?

    We await more details on who organised that!


    Given how the FPI have displayed ferocious blood-lust in previous demos..



    …methinks Governor Anies, and the rest of us, will be hoping for no action replays.

    As for me, with the relaxation of the virus rules, I was contemplating a trip into town…



    …but a trifle uncertain, as the busways were targetted for vandalism by the rabble last week and I’m not sure if all the routes are running.

    Now, however, I have made up my mind.

    Given a choice of navigating streets a-swarm with a fanatic mob, or not?

    Easy decision!

    Just stay home!


    • Santi 13:32 on October 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Yes it is best to be at home tomorrow, Ross!
      They are very dangerous people. Also it is raining a lot this month.


    • Rawel 14:34 on October 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      i an home all day because of virus fear.
      Now more reason to be home tommorow because I think demo riot bigger threat than virus.


    • Kezia 16:09 on October 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I will stay home from now until Wednesday, even alrhough it will be boring for me.
      Much better to be bored than to be attacked or be in between rioters and police.


  • ross1948 10:31 on November 25, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'violence and killing', , Islamic Students Association (HMI), Jakarta demo, ,   

    Against ‘Violence And Killing?’ Getting Real in Jakarta! 

    And I’m off out today, just hanging out the washing first, in hopes the Jakarta sunshine isn’t replaced by rain!

    •  –
    • Hasil gambar untuk hanging laundry out to dry sexy
    • Sadly, she’s not here to assist- if she were, I’d not likely be going out!


    Well, that HMI – the Indonesian Muslim Students’ Association – can demo all they like, though one has to hope they don’t cause more traffic chaos.

    But since they say they are trying to make a point about violence and killing…


    • Gambar terkait
    • to protest against the violence and killing of Rohingya Muslims….
    • ———–

    Why are they including the IslamoNazi FPI in their action?

    He further added that around 2,000-3,000 people from various organizations, including the Islam Defenders Front (FPI), were likely to participate in the rally…

    That FPI’s attitude to violence and killing has been made very clear…


    • fpi kill busddhist
    • …by their own banner in a previous ‘protest!’
    • JazPen 11:04 on November 25, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      You missed a chance to talk about the Jakarta Post’s poor English grammar. I followed the link and see that they need to be taught that ‘prohibit from doing’ is how we speak, not ‘prohibit to do.’
      I know my own grammar is not that good, but you expect journalists to have studied English.


  • ross1948 20:20 on November 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jakarta demo, , ,   

    Breaking News – Jakarta Cops Tear-Gas Islamist Louts! 

    Night fell here in Jakarta, as the 6pm ‘time-up’ deadline set by police passed.

    The sectarian horde should have been heading homewards after their ‘Long March.’

    Instead, a pack of Islamist louts ran amok. The police were obliged to use tear-gas after coming under attack by the rabble.

    Initial reports say three cops have been injured.


    Poor cops.


    civilised man v savage

    What can one say, except offer sympathy and support.



    • JazPen 21:44 on November 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I quite liked your previous post, a day in the life, with all those bits about what so many of them have done over the years..
      But this little riot was what i expected and I think you did too, Ross.
      They just can’t be appeased.


  • ross1948 12:31 on November 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Jakarta demo, , , , , Rafani, , , u'ut,   

    Islamist ‘Scholar’ – Red/Jew Plot Behind Jakarta Demo? 

    Oh Wow!

    I’d forgotten all about Pak Rafani Achyar, West Java chief of the MUI, the Indonesian Ulema Council – that’s the Council of Indonesian ‘Scholars.’


    • fatwa mui sholeh
    • —————-
    • He’s saying his members shouldn’t join the fanatic parade in Jakarta this Friday, at least not if they’re wearing MUI paraphernalia.

    Half-Million Fanatics Descending On Jakarta? Peacefully!?! 

    Good, I hear you say?

    Well, it might be, if we weren’t aware of his loathing for religious tolerance, exemplified by comments he made a while back about the inoffensive Ahmadi minority, citing the case of the Ahmadiyah, who are not dealt with even when their offense is very real and clear.

    Rafani Rants Again – Islamist Witch-Hunts in West Java 


    • Rafani MUI’s Rafani

    But we’ve not heard much about him since his famous rage against a VERY sexy woman – whom I wrongly identified as Miss World, when in fact she was Miss Universe!

    In fact he expanded his rant then to encompass a whole lot of very sexy women!


    Not Sharia-Compliant?


    ‘Ban Miss World!’ say Kill-Joy Clerics. Why? ‘She Ain’t Sharia Compliant!’

    Besides Inul, Dewi and Jupe, MUI West Java branch secretary general Rafani Achyar said he wanted to ban Anisa Bahar, Uut Permatasari, Ira Swara, Nita Thalia and the group Trio Macan. Trio Macan

    Trio Macan, yummy dangdut singers, like the others named above


    • One might feel sorry for the poor geezer, abhorring gorgeous girls, but now he’s zooming down loopy lane at high speed.
    • He suspects that Communists and even Jews were confusing and provoking Muslims to lead then into excessive actions.
    • Pihaknya menduga kelompok komunis hingga yahudi terus memperkeruh dan memprofokasi umat islam agar terpancing hingga berujung aksi berlebihan


    • Communism_by_the_creator_of_life



    • Mark Elstone 23:31 on November 1, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Is this guy going to republish ‘The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion?’

      I am really intrigued by the goings-on in the place you live.
      I did spend some time in South East Asia but must of led a sheltered life or where I was just didn’t have all the nutty characters you write about.
      SInce reading this an hour ago, I have been trying to find any other English language coverage of Mr. Ranfani’s stunning Zionist-Bolshevik conspiracy theory but so far not been able to.
      However, I looked at the link and used Google Translate to see what it said so I know you’re not making it up. Are ALL these ‘scholars’ as downright peculiar as him?
      Please keep this stuff coming. It’s an eye-opener.


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