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  • ross1948 8:36 am on May 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Jakarta police, , sex chat   

    WOW! ‘Naked Woman…Sex Chats…Fabricated…Libellous?’ 


    The Jakarta Police have yet to name Islam Defenders Front (FPI) founder Rizieq Shihab a suspect in a pornography case, despite naming Firza Husein a suspect for purportedly sharing pornographic material in WhatsApp chats between her and Rizieq…

    The news here gets ever more intriguing!

    ….Rizieq ignored two police summons on April 25 and May 10. He was reported to be in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and now in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.    

    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/05/17/police-yet-to-name-rizieq-suspect-in-pornography-case.html

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    Rizieq, far-left, shares platform with President Jokowi at Islamist fanatic rally

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    The Jakarta Police confirmed on Tuesday that Mr Rizieq, who has ignored several police summons for questioning over the alleged pornographic text conversation, was in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

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    Jakarta Police spokesman Senior Commander Argo Yuwono said the police had not decided whether they would send a team to Jeddah to bring Mr Rizieq back to Indonesia.   

    http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/se-asia/facial-recognition-analysis-confirms-identity-of-naked-woman-in-sex-chat-with

    Now we all wait with bated breath!

     
  • ross1948 1:38 pm on November 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Jakarta police, , , State Palace   

    No Guarantee Jakarta March Peaceful, Yet Police Disarmed? 


    Since the self-styled ‘Islam Defenders Front’ keeps inexplicably referring to the anti-Ahok parade on Friday as a ‘Long March,’ I’m providing a map of central Jakarta so you can see for yourselves what a miniscule distance is involved.

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    Hasil gambar untuk istana negara istiqlal map


    If you look to the immediate north-east of the large green area with the National Monument in the middle, you can see the big Istiqlal Mosque, whence the short ‘Long March’ will set out.

    Then switch your gaze an inch or so to the left, that smaller, paler green area – there’s the Istana Negara, the National Palace, the destination of the rather short ‘Long March.’.

    Of course the hateful horde ( and rest assured, they DO hate Ahok – Jakarta Jew-Haters Boo Chinese Christian Candidate ) won’t be moving in a straight line. They’ll want to have a howl-fest outside the Jakarta City Council HQ, also on the map, at the very bottom.

    Nevertheless, even allowing for several twists and turns around the downtown area, I think the fanatics’ appropriation of the name given to Mao Tse Tung’s march (even though the rotten old Red China tyrant didn’t do much of the marching himself!)…

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    …is sheer cheek!

    But that’s the least of law-abiding Jakarta citizens’ concerns, I’d have to say.

    Yesterday we looked at the words of the loutish FPI spokesman Munarman, waxing loud about how this agglomeration of extremists would be a ‘peaceful action…’

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    Munarman, showing his commitment to peaceful protest

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

    ….

    But we have an update! 

    Munarman estimated 4 November will be attended by 200 thousand people. With so many of them he could not guarantee the action will be peaceful.

    http://www.cnnindonesia.com/…/jubir-fpi-jokowi-kira-prabowo-bisa-redam-demo-

    I’LL BET!

    And given that admission, surely the police on duty should be armed, and not just with the side-arms we can see them wearing every working day.

    NOT SO! They’ll be unarmed!

    I was appalled when one of my regular commentators drew that bizarre state of affairs to our attention.

    So I checked it out – it’s true, as made clear by Jakarta’s top cop…

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    Hasil gambar untuk Kapolda Metro Jaya Irjen Pol M Iriawan 

    Top Cop Iriawan


    …in this report, of which the headline suffices to show what’s been decreed in respect of keeping the city safe.

    ‘Police Escorting 4th November Demo Forbidden to Carry Fire-Arms’

    Polisi Pengawal Demo 4 November Dilarang Bawa Senjata Api

    I had missed the shocker, so my bad, for not being more thorough!

    We all know that IslamoNazis are cowardly curs…

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    fpi skulk in mosque

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    …UNLESS they‘re mob-handed, out-numbering their targets.

    And we know too that jihadist street-thugs here in Jakarta won’t hesitate to attack and injure police officers if the opportunity presents itself.

    So common-sense might seem to dictate that, with a six-figure swarm of sectarian fanatics on the streets of the capital, security forces should be equipped with high-powered weaponry, and be authorised to use it!  

    PS – according to the Jakarta Post, the number of police deployed to supervise the Short March has been increased to 20,000 – http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/11/01/police-to-deploy-20000-officers-to-anti-ahok-protest.html – last we heard it was 8000.

     

     
    • JazPen 10:46 pm on November 2, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks for a good post on this, Ross, and for noting my news on the police not being armed.
      I am looking forward to your next one, now that you have got back on focus with whats going on here where we live.

  • ross1948 10:02 am on December 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Jakarta police, Mohamed Iqbal, sejuk   

    IslamoNazis V Free Speech – Jakarta Cops Referee? 


    There are few more repulsive sectarians than Indonesia’s self-styled ‘Islam Defenders Front’ (FPI)

    They are as infamous for their thuggery as for their cowardice. 

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    Jakarta’s police officers have more than once suffered vicious assault at their hands.. …so how disturbing to read the Jakarta Post report last week.

    Bowing to pressure from the Islam Defenders Front (FPI), the Jakarta Police decided on Friday not to give the go-ahead for a discussion on terrorism scheduled for Saturday. http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/11/28/event-nixed-amid-fpi-pressure.html

    BUT WAIT!

    Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Mohammad Iqbal however, totally denies this!

    Read on…

    The event was a discussion on jihadism run by the Association of Journalists for Diversity’s (Sejuk)

    • Rather insightfully, Sejuk put up posters which depicted the Islamic State (IS) flag next to the FPI’s official logo. The white-shirt hoodlum outfit didn’t like this perceptive ad at all.

    Why would they? Who cares?

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    • iqbal Iqbal
    • But more to the point, why would the cops see fit to “facilitate a mediation between Sejuk and the FPI to prevent any possible security issues,” as Iqbal told the JP journo. He also claims that following the meeting, a deal was struck for the event to be dropped.

    The obvious way, surely, to ‘prevent any security issues‘ is to authorise police on duty to use whatever means necessary, including their fire-arms, and deal with any Islamist louts aiming to interfere with free speech.

    Only a day ago I praised Jakarta Police for shooting dead a scumbag who had it coming!Bravo, Polisi Jakarta! Tapi Jangan Malas Tembak Banyak Lagi! 

    ‘Mediation’ between decent people and known advocates of lawless violence…

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    …is inappropriate behaviour for serious law enforcement.

    But the good guys have their own tale to tell – they say it WASN’T ‘mediation’ at all but blatant pressure to shut them down.
    …Sejuk said that it was disappointed with the police force’s move, which it deemed to have failed to provide safety to the public and protect freedom of speech.  
    “Sejuk is concerned that pressure and censorship of this sort will make the discussion of religion, an issue perceived to be sensitive, taboo and best avoided. Sejuk recognizes that law enforcement is more likely to censor discussions with themes that it perceives as sensitive..” 

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    • And Sejuk member Andy Budiman has more to say “…we are disappointed that the police force could not guarantee that the event would be able to take place…”

    Now back to Iqbal, who denied that the police had pressured Sejuk to cancel the event by making a thinly veiled threat that they could not guarantee the participants’ safety if the FPI decided to disrupt the discussion.

    “As I have already said, the committee canceled the event on its own initiative,” he said.

    Mutually contradictory. But worrying, because SOME police elements have shown overt sympathy with IslamoNazi hoods.

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    • fpipradopo5 Pradopo, country’s top cop, takes tea with Islamonazi gang-leaders
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    • Former top cop Timur Pradopo was the worst example, though even back in 2004, the Monas Riot, police stood back and watched as gutless Islamist gangsters bloodied defenceless pro-tolerance demonstrators.

    And there was this episode ..

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    “After the public statement by condemning the work and the FPI accused Manji as a lesbian, police and FPI ended the event. A later discussion was dissolved by Sunni hardliners in Yogyakarta, while the police did not take any action.”

    https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/05/06/islamonazis-enlist-cops-to-break-up-jakarta-talk-by-unauthorised-canadian-author/

    My own particular ‘fave’ example of police irresponsibility was when cops handed over helpless orphans to the FPI and the equally unpleasant Hizbut Tahrir. Muslim School Burned by Angry Crowd – Police Enlist IslamoNazis to Counsel Kids! 

    Something especially horrid about that, in my opinion.

    Certainly several distinguished police officers have said good things on the issue of how to handle sectarian evil-doers…

    National Police Chief Agrees to FPI Disbandment … – Tempo

    but where’s the beef? IslamoNazis And Cops! Bleak Bekasi – But Bravo Jember! 

    • I love Indonesia, but I fear for its future. 

     

     
  • ross1948 6:54 pm on November 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ITH, Jakarta police, perkosaan, polisi, , , , , shot dead, tembak mati   

    Bravo, Polisi Jakarta! Tapi Jangan Malas Tembak Banyak Lagi! 


    Good to see Jakarta Police shot dead a ‘notorious’ thug identified by his victim after a brutal rape and robbery in broad daylight!

    I sometimes have to criticise the constabulary here, usually for being soft on anti-social hoodlum gangs like the IslamoNazi FPI…  http://megapolitan.kompas.com/read/2013/06/07/10534748/Bentrok.dengan.FPI..,

    …but  when they do a fine job, credit where credit is due. 

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    • The poor young lady the beast attacked was on her way home at 4.30 pm on one of those pedestrian bridges over a busy road near Pondok Indah, where I happened to be this very morning.

    Going to and fro after dark can be dodgy in any city ( though  I should say Jakarta is probably a lot safer than London) but late arvo on a Saturday?

    Shocking.

    But just as we have to hear when scum get taken out in the West (think Ferguson, Missouri Darren Wilson, No Case to Answer – So Quell That Riotous Rabble! ) already some ‘expert’ is yelping at the cops.

    Bambang Widodo Umar, an expert from the University of Indonesia, criticized the police’s actions in killing ITH. 
    “The police are allowed to open fire at a crime suspect with the intention of paralyzing but not killing,” he said.

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    No photo in the JP, so I found this

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    Strangely, the Jakarta Post declines to tell us what exactly Bambang is ‘expert’ in! Shedding tears over vermin? 

    According to Bambang, had the police found the suspect more quickly, they could have received accolades. The shooting, however, might now taint the achievement.

    Hate to say it, Bambang, but you’re wrong!

    Accolades will be forthcoming, from Jakartans of all walks of life, not least those who knew the deceased, again not clearly identified in the JP report, except by those initials ITH, as a notorious thug dreaded by local residents, including vendors near the bridge.

    The brute tried to kill one of the arresting officers with a machete, but that doesn’t stop Bambang burbling on. 
    “In fact, the police shot him to death in an imbalanced situation, in which the suspect tried to fight against a number of officers alone,” Bambang said. http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/11/28/alleged-rapist-pedestrian-shot-dead-resisting-arrest.html

    So? Are we meant to award ITH brownie points?

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    • Having added my own little song of praise to the many voices all over town undoubtedly applauding these policemen…

    congratters

    ….I would only add that it would be nice to see similar action by the polisi here when they come under sustained and vicious assault by evil sectarian thugs.

     

     
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