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  • ross1948 01:06 on August 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Jokowi Talks ‘Mental Revolution’- His Flunkeys March Backwards! 

    It looks like another step towards the Dark Ages for Indonesia, as President Jokowi’s Defence Ministry confirms there’s a new sexist regulation on marriage for their employees.

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    • So much for that great ‘Mental Revolution’ Jokowi campaigned for, a giant leap forward to cement Indonesia’s place in the 21st century. Instead, we have some of his flunkeys marching vigorously backwards. The new rule is blatantly discriminatory, fundamentally sexist. 

    Over-sexed male bureaucrats in the Defence Ministry may enjoy sex with a bunch of wives, whereas no woman in that ministry should imagine, not even for a moment, that she can expect similar ‘rights.’

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    • The Jakarta Post reports ‘the letter of notice mentioned a rule that states male civil servants in the Defense Ministry are allowed to have multiple wives. The women, however, are not allowed to have multiple husbands. 


    This will gladden the hearts of every benighted brute in the archipelago, not necessarily because they endorse the bed-room gluttony of some pen-pushers in Jakarta, but because polygamy exemplifies the inferior status of women.

    Along with the imminent prohibition law…

    Smokers Nabbed in Bali – But How About Us Drinkers! 

    …and the sad increase in the number of gals donning the scarf of subjugation, this seems to be another sign of further slippage into Arabisation…

    Palmyra! Besok Borobudur? Islamist Barbarians Amok Again 

    …a process which is meretricious in the extreme.




    Why would any modern country wish to emulate the worst aspects of the Middle East mind-set?

    Will the Minister of Women’s Empowerment ask the President to step in and veto this violation of women’s rights?

  • ross1948 00:33 on June 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , bar-maids, , coffee-shops, Cut Nyak Dien, immoral laughing, immoral women, , , , sex discrimination, , , women's rights Cut Meutiah   

    ‘Immoral Activities – Sitting in Coffee Shops Laughing and Talking…’ 

    couple_sharing_tea_time_victorian_style_wood_display_silhoue_8b1071a31 Harlot!


    Today, however, some of the women of Aceh have strayed far from the teachings of Islam and have engaged in immoral activities such as sitting in coffee shops and laughing and talking about unimportant things.   – See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/18/your-letters-let-aceh-be-with-its-sharia-law.html

    I know it’s just a letter to an editor, and indeed when I first read it yesterday, as I was en route to a party where beer and wine would flow freely and lots of attractive bright gals would undoubtedly be laughing and talking about unimportant things…




    …..my initial reaction was that it must be some kind of spoof, written by a simple-minded ‘Islamophobe.’




    Naaah, surely nobody’s going to make such an imbecilic assertion as part of a serious argument?

    But I persevered.  

    This geezer was responding to an article on the shariah subjugation of Aceh women, which mentioned that in the past there were outstanding female characters in that sorry province.

    As I may have mentioned before, before the descent into sectarian barbarism, Aceh had queens, sultanas who ruled successfully, and one of the heroes, heroines, rather, of Aceh’s struggle against the Dutch was the famed Cut Nyak Dien – 


    Cut Nyak Dhien portrait.jpg

    Cut Nyak Dhien,

    She clearly managed to lead the Resistance without wearing the scarf that denotes second-class status.

    And her daughter, Cut Gambang, also distinguished herself  in those wars.  


    And another Acehnese lady named Cut ( it’s pronounced Choot and denotes blue blood) is also recognised as a national hero.

     Cut Meuthia


    But this fellow writing to the JP reckons women nowadays are a cut below Cut.


     Why were so many women successful in the past?
    The answer is their behavior. They did not go out with someone who was not their Muhrim (related by blood), nor did they spend time doing useless things. Most importantly, Acehnese women in the past obeyed anything that the ulema commanded them to do. 

    Oh.  Anything?  The ulema (‘scholars’) should be obeyed in everything?  I could go through the ludicrous list of Indonesian Council of Scholars fatwas, on everything from yoga, bike-riding and wedding photos…

    fatwa mui sholeh

    …but this post is already quite long – just use our search box inserting MUI, then laugh or cry at the results!


    Now, again,  we can dismiss the retarded rot as just another letter to the Ed.

    Until we recall the reality of Aceh, the gross, grotesque sexism,  in which, sad to say, some women are collaborators.


    Against people’s will: Public Order Agency officials and sharia police take away several women in a van in Banda Aceh, Aceh, on Wednesday. These women were detained at entertainment spots on New Year Day.  The authorities imposed a ban on New Year celebrations in Aceh. More than 90 percent of Indonesian Muslims celebrated New Year’s Eve joyfully throughout the archipelago, including in many places in Aceh, without any problems. (Antara/Irwansyah Putra)

    Aceh women taken prisoner by the shariah gestapo


    Banda Aceh Mayor Illiza Sa’aduddin Djamal ordered venues including restaurants, sport centers, Internet cafes and tourist attractions to not serve women after 11:00 p.m. unless accompanied by their husbands or other male family members…




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    • Pathetic, but nothing less than one expects from this fanatical female.

    Does she really ask her male masters for permission to go out at night? Does she feel not even a tincture of shame at having her own sex relegated to the status of kindergarten kids, infantilised, unable to go to and fro without supervision?  

    At least tots can go out with either mum or dad. Up in Aceh, an honest middle-aged woman can’t enjoy a night out with her girl-friends unless some geezer tags along to legitimise the outing.  

    And the Mayor abhors religious liberty as much as she despises fair play for her own sex. She has distinguished herself over recent years for Dark Age drivel exemplifying intolerance. 

    Islamist Mayor – We Know Where You Live! Submit to Indoctrination OR ELSE! 

    I’m not sure what she means by tourist attractions.


    The Sharia Hell of Aceh!

    The Sharia Hell of Aceh!


    Presumably the mediaeval mentality up there on the self-styled ‘Verandah of Mecca’ would include that vile venue where women are publicly whipped, for reasons only comprehensible to the savages who order the whippings.

    Not Fasting – How About A Whipping? Aceh Slips Deeper Into Barbarism 

    I was also going to comment on the next sentence from the Jakarta Post report – The directive, dated June 4, also prohibits women from working in such establishments after 11:00 p.m. –

    One of the immediate benefits of going out to a cafe, resto or bar or anywhere at night in Jakarta is to be served your cold beer by a cute smiling waitress.


    dancer a welcoming smile in a Jakarta bar


    But then up there in Nasty Land, there can’t be many bars to go to! 

    Just as, if Indonesia’s Parliament presses on with the Islamist prohibition law currently going through its initial legislative stages, the entire archipelago will be submerged in the same sort of twilight zone, to become  –

    Indonesia, Truly Arabia!  




  • ross1948 21:02 on May 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1950s, , , clothing, , , sex discrimination, , ,   

    The Glory That Was Egypt – When Women Were Unashamed To Be Women! 

    Just watched an unusually balanced report on EuroNews, about a beautiful Egyptian gal who decided she wanted to look like a woman and dispensed with the scarf of subjugation.

    The backward bints where she worked instantly refused to speak to her, gave her the cold shoulder in every possible way – typical of the self-righteous cows who take perverse pride in flaunting their second-class citizen status.

    But what was also interesting was the flashback photos of Egyptian women in the 1950s and 1960s. I’d been there, in the mid-1980s, and the people were friendly and polite. Certainly, a lot of the (very attractive ) women then were un-bagged.

    But twenty years previous to that?


    I was so surprised that I checked Google photo archives to see for myself.

    ============1960s Egypt Women

    •  None of that shrouding crap back then!


    1960s Egypt Color


    And none of that primitive crap about separate bathing that sectarian fanatics are demanding in Australia and Canada. 

    There are plenty more photos of the old much more civilised Egypt on this link.

    http://all-that-is-interesting.com/1960s-egypt Let’s hope some day all the Middle East will once more reenter the modern world. 

    • Sandy 08:26 on May 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      My Dad told me that few Gulf Arab women ever used to wear anything over their heads when he served out there in the late 1950s.
      It’s a shame that women in the Arab world are being driven backwards while the rest of the world moves forwards.


      • emaline 18:40 on November 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        It’s false…”PERSIAN GULF”is true.


    • Anita 10:07 on May 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      So nice they look.
      What happened to Egypt since that year to make so many women wear ugly things now?

      My silly question, because I see it happen now right here in Indonesia, so many women dressing like Arab.
      So who will save our country?.


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