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  • ross1948 13:06 on February 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ahamidyah, , , , , persecution, ,   

    Cikeusik Anniversary Looms, D-Day for Indonesian Innocents! 

    Metrotvnews.com reports that ‘officials in Bangka Belitung Province came to Ahmadiyah Indonesia Congregation (JAI) in Kampung Srimenanti. They reminded Ahmadis to get out on Friday…


    …. it is a message of warning from Bangka’s Regent Tarmizi Saat, before the deadline on February 6 next.   http://sumatera.metrotvnews.com/read/2016/02/02/478470/warga-ahmadiyah-diperingatkan-cepat-angkat-kaki-dari-bangka



    And what have those innocent villagers ever done to Tarmizi?


    What have they done to any of their neighbours? Or to any other citizens of the province, or the country?

    NOTHING…except be kind!

    …tensions began when the Ahmadiyah community distributed beef to their neighbours during Idul Adha, a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide.  http://www.smh.com.au/world/minority-ahmadiyah-muslim-group-in-indonesia-told-convert-or-be-expelled

    What have the Ahmadis done to anyone?

    NOTHING! Except worship peacefully in the way their creed requires.

    Which is all those Ahmadis in Cikeusik did, and let’s remember them today, what befell them five years ago, almost to the day, February 6th, 2011, a date that lives in infamy still, when a vicious mob of malignants descended…


    • ahmadiyah2
    • Sectarian swine at Cikeusik, revelling in hate  – nobody has EVER been charged with murder, despite a full video http://www.liveleak.com/view
    • =====================

    …and brutally beat three of them to death, as police stood back, armed police, who never fired a shot in defence of religious liberty.

    Nor did the hate-freaks ever pay for their crimes.

    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 

    Yendra Budiana, the local Ahmadi spokesman, declared his little flock would not bow down to the bigotry personified by Tarmizi, whose self-confessed goal is to bully them into abandoning their faith – enforced apostasy.

    Minority Ahmadiyah Muslim group in Indonesia told: convert or be expelled -“If you don’t leave, we will not be responsible for what happens.” 

    BTW, I checked out Tarmizi’s party affiliation.


    anis Bin Laden fan Anis Matta, of PKS



    No surprise, since we know they’re the most fanatical Islamist party in Indonesia’s parliament. Their leader, till recently, was the notorious Anis Matta, infamous for his adulatory ode to mass-murdering terrorist Osama Bin Laden.    https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2011/07/06/brits-banned-michael-savage-but-let-in-top-jakarta-islamist-author-of-odious-ode-to-911-mass-murderer/

    So how brave the Ahmadis of Bangka today.  

    “We will not leave. We will not fight…” he said.  http://sumatera.metrotvnews.com/read/2016/02/02/478470/warga-ahmadiyah-diperingatkan-cepat-angkat-kaki-dari-bangka

    Yendra remains hopeful Tarmizi will change his mind.

    Changing one’s mind sadly depends on the person involved having a mind that’s capable of change, an interesting aspect, given that Regent Tarmizi’s ‘mind’ is steeped in Islamist ideology.


    Hasil gambar untuk self doubt quotes


    “To be deviant is not a problem as it would be at their own risk. Yet, they are misleading. It could corrupt the ummah’s beliefs,” he said.    http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2016/02/04/055742135/Bangka-Regent-Warns-Ahmadiyah-Members-to-Leave-Immediately


    Hell, he’s not got a lot of confidence in the ummah’s allegiance to the dogmas he professes, has he, if he reckons things like a benevolent distribution of foodstuffs –  or is it the mere existence of honest, hard-working neighbours – can undermine their faith?


    jokowi President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said that Indonesia practiced religious tolerance Jokowi calls for tolerance over extremism | The Jakarta Post


    But what of President Jokowi,who recently asserted his support for the pluralism embedded in Indonesia’s Constitution?

    Yendra says Ahmadi representatives have been to see Jokowi’s officials. We wait and see, anxious lest the intolerance of the Regent’s regime in Bangka unleash another shameful episode like those we’ve seen, not just in Cikeusik but in Lombok…

    In Squalid Internal Exile, Lombok Ahmadis Denied Voting Rights 

    …and elsewhere too.

    What’s required is a mass round-up of the backward brutes who have been intimidating them. You can see some of them – a mob of morons blocking the entrance to an Ahmadiyah house of worship – in this linked report from Tempo,which gives you more background ( in English)  – in it, Tarmizi brazenly denies he’s evicting them.  

    We only ask them to leave peacefully due to safety and security reasons,” he said….According to him, Jemaat Ahmadiyah in Bangka has been a tyranny of the minority over the majority residents because they have made the community feel unsettled.

    Poor wee things – how TERRIBLY unsettling, that scary proximity to people who worship God Almighty in ways only slightly different from their own.  



    • freedom-of-religion
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    • Since Indonesia has witnessed numerous dissenters sentenced to ‘rehabilitation’ (i.e. indoctrination) why not despatch the Regent and his entire Bangka bureaucratic/political establishment to some quiet place where they could be made to study Pancasila, the state ideology which mandates social justice and religious liberty.

    They obviously have a lot to learn.

  • ross1948 09:47 on December 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    And So It Is Xmas, And Those Churches Still Sealed! 

    And so it is Christmas…and what have you done?


    • jokowi
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    • A good question to put to President Jokowi when dawn breaks over Jakarta on 25th December.
    • The persecuted Christians of Indonesia will certainly be asking it, especially the good people of GKI Yasmin congregation and their HKBP friends from the equally oppressed church in Bekasi.
    •  –
    • freedom-of-religion
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    • In all honesty, the answer from the State Palace will have to be a resounding silence, for NOTHING has been done to remedy the sectarian injustice suffered by these innocent Protestants.

    I won’t go through all the misery, violence and disgusting treatment visited on these folk over recent years, merely offering you a few links to take you back over what’s gone on.

    Jakarta’s Oppressed – Ascension Brass Band Worship! No Sewage, Urine This Year! 

      X-Rated Xmas – Foul-Mouths Bully Christians, As ‘Moderate’Mayor Denies They Exist! 

    The last time I went into town to join them was their hundredth service there – they gather every second Sunday – and I’ll darned sure try to show up for at least one of the Christmas events reported in the Jakarta Post…

    …Advent on December 20 at 1 p.m., while the Christmas service would be held on Dec. 25 at 2 p.m. All are set to take place in front of the State Palace.  http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/12/03/gki-yasmin-prepares-interfaith-christmas-celebration.html

    I think I mentioned last time that there was a seat ( they have to bring along the little plastic stools, or just stand there in broiling heat or pouring rain) reserved – but empty, of course – for the President.

    Wouldn’t it be a wonderful thing if he decided to walk across the street from his stately home and put give meaning to his frequent words about Indonesia being a land of religious tolerance.

    But he won’t. He’s scheduled to be far away on Christmas Day…but what’s he doing on the 20th?

    Couldn’t he make their day by proving his oft-quoted commitment to pluralism? 


  • ross1948 22:51 on July 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Jokowi Urges Cops To Protect Minorities – in Depok? 

    Just watched the local news, and there was President Jokowi, addressing the massed ranks of Indonesia’s Finest, urging police to do more to protect minorities.


    • jokowi-twitter
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    • Nice sentiment, but to hear him say such a thing from a podium in West Java made me wonder if Jokowi was joking.

    He hasn’t ordered the cops to enforce the Supreme Court order and unseal GKI Yasmin Church in nearby Bogor, where the congregation has been persecuted by evil Islamist fanatics for years, in defiance of the law.


    Every second Sunday, if Jokowi looks out his Presidential Palace window downtown, he can see them worship on the street in protest againt this lawless oppression. 

    And he was actually speaking in DEPOK, the city where the completely innocent Ahmadi religious minority had its mosque seized by the City Government. https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2011/05/25/depok-jadi-kota-pki-islamist-council-grabs-private-property-communist-style/   That authoritarian, sectarian move underlined clearly the way jihadists are a mirror image of the PKI, the banned Indonesian Communist Party.

    The Communists are, thanks be, no longer a threat here, but their tradition of hostility to religious freedom lives on in the thinking and actions of those who rule Depok.

    It’s a great pity Jokowi evidently feels powerless to over-rule their bigotry!

    , ia oreprotfo

  • ross1948 23:08 on April 28, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Aaron and Melissa Klein, , , , persecution, , Sweet Cakes,   

    Help These Victims of America’s Gaystapo! 

    You’ll remember how the fund-raising campaign for those Indiana folk persecuted by evil queers managed to raise some $ 800,000 in a matter of a week or so?   Spittle-Specked Spite of America’s Gaystapo! 

    It made all the difference to a family facing real hardship because of their stand for their religious beliefs.




    Hence when a similar fund was launched, for an Oregon Christian couple also financially crucified due to their principles, friends of religious liberty hoped that too would do well.


    Sweet Cakes GoFundMe page 4-24-15 7.40 pm

    Former bakery owners Aaron and Melissa Klein were ordered by administrative judge Alan McCullough to pay $135,000 in fines to a lesbian couple. The Kleins declined to bake a wedding cake for the couple due to their religious beliefs.

    And so it did, until the ratbags who run the internet fund-raising outfit suddenly blocked the campaign, an ignominious surrender to gaystapo enemies of freedom.


    • Jackboot
    • —-

     Their excuse?

    …the subjects of the ‘Support Sweet Cakes By Melissa’ campaign have been formally charged by local authorities and found to be in violation of Oregon state law concerning discriminatory acts. Accordingly, the campaign has been disabled.”


    • gayhitler
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    • So GoFundMe would have refused to help Jews in Nazi Germany who fell foul of Hitler’s Nuremberg Laws? One has to wonder.

    Methinks GoFundMe is run by weasels, because in fact fast search through GoFundMe confirms the fundraising site has many requests for financial assistance from those facing legal actions, including criminal convictions.



    The whole story is here, on the WND link below, but the good news is that no sooner had GoFundMe kicked decent America in the teeth than an alternative was created, and here it is –

    The Klein’s new fundraising location can be found at Samaritan’s Purse.

    Please give what you can to counter the effort by the forces of darkness to ruin the lives of honourable innocents.

  • ross1948 00:00 on February 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'rights' commissars, , , , , persecution   

    Aussie Blogger Fighting Back – Lend A Hand! 

    There’s a good cause that needs your support. An Australian blogger under attack.

    Canadian bloggers have seen the vindictive damage cultural marxist enemies of freedom can do, pinkos who would have to find honest employ had the ‘Human Rights’ Commissars not been there to churn out largesse to whining low-lifes.

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    • freedom
    • ——————-
    • The blogger’s name is Bernard Gaynor. I’ve not met him, nor likely ever will. I agree with a lot of what he writes, but may well disagree with other things he’s written.
    • But he should be free to write what he pleases.
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    • Here’s an extract from the victim’s recent description of his plight.

    But, like I said at the start, I’ve not been writing so much lately. Not because I’m backing down. It’s got more to do with the fact the entire anti-discrimination process is part of the punishment. I’ve already prepared 100s of pages of documentation and had to fly to Sydney three times this year to just deal with this well-oiled nightmare. And we haven’t even got to the first substantive hearing yet.

    It’s well-oiled for a reason. This is not the first time this has happened. Burns describes it as his ‘work’ to lodge complaints. He’s been party to over 65% of homosexual vilification complaints since the first case appeared before a tribunal in 1996. And he’s been responsible for every single case with one exception since November 2010. It’s also no coincidence that there has been a huge surge in complaints since that time either. The New South Wales Anti-Discrimination Act 1997 should be renamed after Gary Burns.

    And the type of case has changed too. Burns’ first complaint, back in 2002, was against a bloke who wrote threatening messages on his door. Fair enough. His last complaints have been against people in other states who spoke their mind on political issues. And he’s won almost all of them. Not so good.

    If the above might sound farcical, the potential outcomes if I don’t manage to defend myself are tyrannical.


    •  Bernard Gaynor
    • ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    • Each complaint carries a potential fine of up to $100,000. And it goes straight to Burns. There is also the prospect of an order forcing me to apologise. If I don’t, I face the very real possibility of being jailed for contempt. These anti-discrimination cases have gone that way before.

    And I’ll say this right here and now. I’ve gone overseas to fight for this nation’s freedom. And I’m not the kind of man who’s prepared to grovel because the Thought Police back at home don’t believe in freedom anymore.

    So I had better win because the options are not great if I lose….


    …I’m willing to fight this battle. But I can’t do it alone. I need financial support. My legal team has a good plan and it is a winning plan. But it won’t happen on good intentions alone.

    And if there’s no fight and I’m finished off, there will be a new target. You can guarantee that.

    If you wish to donate, I’d be most grateful. Details are below:

    Family Values Action A/c (covers legal costs)

    • BSB: 084 134
    • A/c No: 39 446 4501

    Gaynor Family Support A/c (feeds my family while I fight)

    • BSB: 084 134
    • A/c No: 84 082 9276
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    • ooooooooooooooooooo
    • Since I read about Mr. Gaynor’s problems, he’s had a small victory over the dark forces ranged against him. You can read about that here – http://bernardgaynor.com.au/legal-update-an-initial-victory/
    • But he still needs your support!
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