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  • ross1948 12:30 on November 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Burn Ahok' fantic chant, , , , , Jakarta hate-parade,   

    Jakarta Nightmare – Another Anti-Ahok Hate-Fest? 

    After the march on November 4th, which ended with vicious Islamist thugs running amok…

    Breaking News – Jakarta Cops Tear-Gas Islamist Louts! 

    ….with 20 or more police injured, Jakartans are now facing rumours of an action replay.





    We have had that strange decision by the police to declare Governor Ahok a ‘blasphemy’ suspect – Despite Islamist Intimidation , Ahok Campaigns On!  –  as if ‘blasphemy’ should be a criminal offence anywhere!

    Unfortunately, here in Indonesia, it is.

    And unfortunately, the police have more than a few times responded to the bleating of the state-sponsored MUI, the self-styled ‘Scholars’ Bali Hindu King – Don’t Kill Our Cows! Muslim ‘Scholars’ – Get Lost!!  whose intolerance is infamous  Islamist ‘Scholars’ – “Don’t Complain if You’re Attacked!”  by descending on anyone whose religious views the MUI dislikes.

    Adam Created By Angel?” Islamist ‘ScholarsCall the Cops

    fatwa mui sholeh

    Cops – “Islamist ‘Scholars’ Can Veto Religious Liberty” 

    It’s the MUI who have been leading calls for Ahok’s arrest!

    But whatever.

    The cops’ decision should logically have meant that even the nasty sectarians who organised the hate-fest (a fair description, since many of the sectarian rabble were heard chanting ‘Burn Ahok’) ought to await progress (a somewhat unsuitable word, surely)

    After all, it is a common  saying here among all creeds that orang sabar disayang sama Tuhan.

    The patient man is dear to God.

    Yet maybe nasties get bored with behaving themselves. Maybe they weary of staying home – as we saw that black day (a Friday, a working day here in Indonesia) a lot of them don’t tend to waste precious time by going to work when there’s a hate parade to join! 



    I can’t imagine God thinks highly of the sort of bigotry we saw on 4th November, but unlike the ranting IslamoNazis, I don’t pretend to know what God actually thinks.

    Interestingly, tellingly, BTW, none of the unpleasant gangs behind the ‘blasphemy ‘ hate-parade have seen fit to organise a similar protest against REAL blasphemy, the murderous assault by satanic terrorists on that Indonesian church last week.

    Hasil gambar untuk samarinda church

    In Indonesia – Time To Re-Start Terrorist Executions! 

    Anyway, as Jakarta’s working population struggles through the usual awful Friday traffic this cloudy afternoon…

    • macetsemanggi1
    • Semanggi Junction, Jakarta
    • ——————

    …many of them will be even more stressed out than usual, because, among many other media, the Jakarta Globe reports that more massive anti-Ahok protests by Muslim hardliners are planned for next week.  http://jakartaglobe.id/news/calls-mount-muslims-avoid-another-anti-ahok-protest/

    Good to kow that sane Muslim groups are telling their members to have nothing to do with any such jihadist jerk nonsense.

    But who knows?

    At least there’s a small bit of good news further down the page.  

    A peaceful rally aimed at showing Indonesia’s religious and ethnic diversity is planned for Saturday, taking the familiar theme of Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity).

    How many will turn out?


    On that, and the determination of decent folks of all religions, depends this lovely country’s future.

    The organisers hope for 100,000

    Alas, the Jakarta Globe doesn’t tell readers when and where.

    But I made the effort and here’s the info, if you are in Jakarta tomorrow.

    Starts 8am till noon, at the Hotel Indonesia Roundabout. Originally, they wanted to march to Monas, the National Monument, which would have been a perfect good-guy mirror image of the bad-guy parade on the 4th November.

    They changed it ‘after coordination with police!


    • Santi 15:13 on November 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hello, Ross. I just read this too about more bad fanatic marching and I read it not in here only but in other newspaper. This is bad idea and police better to stop it before it happen.
      Iya, sabar but why good people in Indonesia must be patient with bad people who want to burn Ahok.


    • JazPen 15:41 on November 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I havent ever been in the habit of going to demos but this time I think I will, tomorrow.
      The timing shows that the normal people are more considerate than the abnormals. A Saturday demo is a lot less disrupting to the working population than making it on a Friday afternoon when everybodys trying to get home.


    • Tyas Tasik 20:19 on November 18, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      We must all be there tomorrow, so world knows Indonesia people are not same like MUi and FPI.
      We do not hate each other for the religion they have.
      Thanks to you for telling us the time and place.


  • ross1948 10:57 on November 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , free accommodation, House Deputy Speaker, , , Jakarta hate-parade, ,   

    Will Fadli Open ‘The People’s House” To Jakarta’s Homeless? 

    That was a most generous offer from Indonesia’s Fadli Zon, Deputy House Speaker, to the hordes of Islamist fanatics whose short “Long March” yesterday, billed as an Aksi Damai ( ‘Peace Action!)  ended in tear gas, with a mob of sectarian thugs attacking the police.


    • HMI Sebut Massa AKBAR Yang Picu Kerusuhan di Monas
    • These ‘protestors’ were pampered with freebies all day long – 
    • The massive rally organized by Muslim organizations against Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja “Ahok” Purnama has seen a seemingly endless flow of free food and drinks to keep protesters happy.
    • http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/11/04/free-food-drinks-keep-protesters-happy.htmlThe Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) drove in trucks filled with bags of food.
    • =========
    • One assumes the violent ( albeit well-fed) rabble we saw last night will, by their lawlessness, have excluded themselves from Fadli’s gracious invitation, issued earlier on Friday…
    • ———
    • gobackyouarenotwelcome
    • ———-
    • …when he claimed there’d be no objection if the protesters wanted to stay at the Parliament House… according to him, the House is home to the people, including demonstrators.
    • http://politik.news.viva.co.id/news/read/843574-fadli-zon-silakan-demonstran-menginap-di-dpr
    • If that’s the case, that the House is ‘home to the people’ as Fadli asserts, what about all those people, the really needy people, sleeping under bridges or on those very streets?

    Will Fadli throw open the gates of the opulent parliamentary complex in Senayan to people like those in these photographs?




    Doesn’t the the plight of the poor weigh heavier on this politicians’s conscience than the accommodation exigencies of Islamist extremists? 

    But skip that question, ask another – should we at least  enquire if Fadli’s offer of grace and favour lodgings extends to every demonstrator in every protest that takes place in Jakarta, or just to jihadist extremists?

    There are so many that there’d be no room for the legislators – and wouldn’t that break a lot of hearts across Indonesia? 

    • 3c1b1-get_real_big
    • Or are we being too harsh?
    • Fadli seems to be a friendly fellow.
    • In fact I was surprised that somebody with a soft spot for fanatical Islamists got on so well with The Donald!
    • Yes, it was Fadli Zon who caused no little controversy last year when photographed with the man who is (fingers crossed!)  just a few days away from entering the White House.
    • A man Fadli was delighted to meet! 
    • Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta…
  • Okay, have a nice – and peaceful – day. 

    • Dharmawati 16:10 on November 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Hehehe. Ross you are so funny.
      What politicians here will care about the poor people.
      Always most of them only give helping hand to the people they like, not the people of Indonesia.


    • falla 03:43 on November 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Of course his offer not extends to every demonstrator, because every demonstrator is not hate against Ahok. Fadli should put them in his own private personal house. or houses if he has many?


  • ross1948 21:28 on November 3, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Jakarta hate-parade, Ryamizard Ryacudu,   

    New Jakarta Fears – ISIS Rape-Gang Fans At Fanatic Demo? 

    While the guns of the besiegers are hopefully thinning the satanic ranks of the ISIS rape-gang in Mosul…


    shoot terrs


    …here in Jakarta fears about the horde of fanatics ready to swarm the city centre tomorrow –No Guarantee Jakarta March Peaceful, Yet Police Disarmed? – were heightened by a warning from a government minister.



    IS sympathizers will join anti-Ahok rally: Minister

    President Jokowi’s Minister of Defence has today revealed that he’s got information that sympathizers of the Islamic State (IS) radical movement would join the massive demonstration..


    .Ex-General Ryacudu’s words should be heeded.

    Certainly the bizarre policy of using unarmed police to escort the frothing fanatics on their hate-march needs urgently to be reviewed. 

    Hasil gambar untuk Ryamizard Ryacudu

    Defence Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu


    In fact, one hopes that the top-quality anti-terror unit, Densus 88, will be close by.

    They’re excellent at pest-control.


    Jakarta Echoes of Gibraltar – How Dare You Kill Terrorists?


    That’s why the Islamist elements detest them so keenly!

    At least there is some news to give a little comfort and joy to decent citizens alarmed by the sort of blood-thirsty sectarians massing tonight for their show of strength tomorrow.

    ...the TNI announced that 500 military elite personnel from the Army Strategic Reserves Command (Kostrad) and Air Force Special Forces (Paskas) would be part of the security detail .

    Again, one has to hope –  that at least these sturdy fellows will not be deprived of their guns!

    But mention of the ISIS rape-gang reminds us.

    Their evil minions issued death threats against the government and security forces a year and a half ago.

    Satanic ISIS Threaten Indonesia Blood-Bath! 

    Supporters of the vermin have made little effort to conceal their treasonous allegiance.


    Scumbags in Jakarta with ISIS flags -in 2014!


    Over two years ago, the top brass here promised they were hot on the trail of the terrorists.

    ‘ISIS Flags? We’ll Burn Them!’ Bravo, General Moeldoko!

    Why are such people still loose?  

    • Hari GaBagus 12:43 on November 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I think it is terrible that there are ISIS fans here and the police know it and do not arrest them.

      Rizieq and all his FPI want Ahok prosecuted for insulting Islam so why do the FPI not want the police to arrest all these ISIS fans for insulting Islam, because that is what they do every time they speak and act.


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