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  • ross1948 16:54 on December 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bupati, , , , , , regent, Sukorejo, vandalsim,   

    Bravo, Purwakarta! IslamoNazis Cower Behind Cops – Again! 

    Always good to see decent Indonesians confront IslamoNazis, and this weekend it was the turn of Purwakarta’s Citizens’ Alliance, who turned out to challenge the white-shirt thugs’ ‘high priest,’ Habib Rizieq.


    Habib Rizieq (left) with the nastiest terrorist convict in the country, Abu Bakr Basyir (currently doing time!)


    • Apparently he had come to town to deliver a ‘religious lecture,’ but after his gang’s recent offensive remarks about the local regent…

    Islamist Insanity – ‘He’s Married The Goddess of the South Seas!’ 

    ….thousands there felt his noisome presence was unwelcome, and  were out to voice their opposition.

    A fine old-fashioned melee erupted, one member of the Islamist hate-group sustaining a sore head, and some of their vehicles damaged, but before the forces of darkness got the severe drubbing they richly deserve, the police and army showed up.



    Merdeka.com reports that, because they could not continue their journey, the FPI members then asked for protection from the Purwakarta Police.  http://www.merdeka.com/peristiwa/dikepung-ribuan-massa-di-purwakarta-fpi-minta-perlindungan-polisi.html

     And another sentence from another report, in Liputan.com, caught my attention.
    ‘The police then escorted the FPI to the location of the event and dispersed the crowd of Purwakarta Citizens’ Alliance..’  http://news.liputan6.com/read/2394133/fpi-bentrok-dengan-kelompok-massa-di-purwakarta

    So once more these violent vigilante fanatics, ever-eager to inflict pain and terror when they outnumber their victims…



    IslamoNazi cowards hiding behind masks

    Sejumlah massa dari Front Pembela Islam (FPI) melakukan aksi di depan Gedung Mahkaman Konstitusi (MK), Jakarta, Rabu (27/1).


    …display their gutlessness, just as they did when their infamous invasion of another Javanese community, Sukorejo, back-fired. Regular readers will recall that outraged citizens went after them when their gangster convoy mowed down and killed an innocent woman.


    fpi skulk in mosque

    IslamoNazis V Freedom-Fighters? – Some Chicken, Some Neck! 


    Typically, the low-lifes sought sanctuary in a mosque and cowered there till the police could see them safely out of town after nightfall.

    I really do wonder at the cops’ attitude.

    Do they not remember how many of their fellow-officers were hospitalised after the same bigot brutes ran amok in Jakarta? 

    After the NU’s recent echoing of public demands to get this vile outfit banned altogether…A Festive Cheer For Muslim Sanity – Ban The IslamoNazis! …it might be better meantime, if the authorities won’t act, to let honest folk take care of business themselves!.


  • ross1948 16:53 on June 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Sukorejo, , Zainal Abidin   

    Did Sukorejo Show Indonesia How To Curb IslamoNazi Thuggery! 

    Now this Tempo.co report is interesting.

    While elsewhere in Indonesia the IslamoNazi thugs of the FPI are planning their usual Ramadan mayhem, their Central Java Gauleiter says they’ll be taking a back seat this year. 


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    Actually, I believe it was Sukorejo, not Sukoharjo, whch are two different places, both in Central Java but quite far from each other. 

    But it’s the occurrence that’s important, not the location.

    An innocent woman was mown down and killed by a vehicle carrying white-shirt hoodlums, and the populace turned out en masse in response.


    fpi skulk in mosque


    The cowardly bigots scurried into a mosque for safety, and skulked there till assured of a police escort out of town after dark. 

    IslamoNazis V Freedom-Fighters? – Some Chicken, Some Neck! 

    Unfortunately, the Semarang District Court handed down two pitifully soft sentences on the two louts brought to ‘justice.’Sukorejo’s Sectarian Samurai – IslamoNazi Thugs Get Slap on Wrist 

    But I’d say it’s the courage of decent citizens, rather than the piffling 4 months behind bars, that’s made the gangster group think again.

    This year, they’re just going to send the cops a letter  asking them to step up patrols against ‘vice’ during Ramadan. Zainal says, “FPI has promised not to go sweeping alone, because it could be accused of taking over the authority of the police.”

    Oh, God forbid the FPI would even contemplate such a thing!

    It was just last year an IslamoNazi mob right here in Jakarta ran amok downtown and more than a dozen cops ended up in hospital. 

    The protest turned ugly as FPI members attacked officers with rocks, cow dung and sharp weapons, hurting sixteen – including Gambir Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Putu Putra.  http://indonesianewsstand.com/news/read/1548591/Police-Out-in-Force-to-Secure-Trial-of-FPI-Members-Over-Anti-Ahok-Riot

  • ross1948 09:27 on January 2, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , , Kontras, Monas Riot 2008, , Sukorejo   

    It’s Another New Year – Did I Miss ‘The Time of Tolerance?’ 

    My question above arises from the Jakarta Globe piece  http://thejakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/time-tolerance-may-coming-end-indonesia/  in  which the lady who wrote it appears to lament the vanishing of tolerant times here.

    She is right to do so, of course, but when was this agreeable era?

    Maybe, as she appears to suggest, it was the appearance of tolerance, or more accurately the relative absence of sectarian outrages, during the election campaign which took up much of this year.

    ‘Hate’ Conclave Goes Ahead in Bandung Amid Minority Protests 

    ‘Relative’ is the operative word!

    But in fact the backward bigotry which has pock-marked the countenance of this otherwise beautiful country has never been conspicuous by its absence since I first came here in the wake of Suharto’s downfall.





    I can recall reading, aghast, in the Jakarta Post in 1999, a report on a pack of ignoramuses dragging a ‘sinful’ couple naked through the streets. They hadn’t, of course, been cavorting in public, merely making love behind closed doors, but some creep had snuk up and spied on them!


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    • So virtuous were the morons who had seized them that the reporter felt it necessary to note that the female sinner was ‘groped’ by the righteous!

    Basically, there are a number of hypocritical scumbags here, as in most countries. By no means a majority, but a rancid noisy minority that gets away with being scumbags because the authorities allow it. It’s so glaringly obvious, but still people see the need to say so, like Haris Azhar, of Kontras – the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence.

    “So far, there haven’t been real actions made by the government to address intolerance cases in many areas in Indonesia. Although there has been statement from the minister, I’m afraid it could be no more than a saccharine promise,” Haris said.


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    • “The government often forgets that intolerance cannot be addressed by mere stack of papers consisting of regulations. No matter how many laws you propose, without firm actions by from law enforcers, there will still be groups that commit violence on behalf of religion.”

    We saw it not that long ago, in Sukorejo. And before that in Cikeusik. It was on display in the very heart of Jakarta in 2008, the Monas Riot.

    Those three examples explain why it doesn’t stop.


    fpi skulk in mosque IslamoNazi cowards skulk in Sukorejo mosque


    In Sukorejo, the bigots of the FPI were protected from angry citizens, one of whom had been mown down by an IslamoNazi driver. The police gave the white-shirt filth an escort to escape from their mosque sanctuary and out of town.

    IslamoNazis V Freedom-Fighters? – Some Chicken, Some Neck! 

    Sukorejo’s Sectarian Samurai – IslamoNazi Thugs Get Slap on Wrist 

    ahmadiyah2 Islamist pig at work in Cikeusik

    Victim of Islamist Murder Mob Gets Six Months in the Slammer 

    In Cikeusik, police stood by, refused even to draw their guns, while a mob of dirty savages beat three innocent men to death.


    • FPI_1_Juni victim monas Bloodied victim of sectarian swine at Monas
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    • At Monas, there were enormous numbers of police close by, who lifted not a finger to prevent innocent pro-pluralism demonstrators being attacked and brutalised by a notorious hate-gang.

    But after all, the Man in those times actually called the perps his ‘brethren.’

    Yes, that was the word President SBY chose to describe a hoodlum hate-group!  SBY even features in a photo, dating from before he became head of state, with the then IslamoNazi fuhrer.



    So what’s a poor cop to do, when it’s the Big Boss’s ‘Brethren’ who are making mayhem?

    Muslim School Burned by Angry Crowd – Police Enlist IslamoNazis to Counsel Kids! 

    At least the current National Police Chief has never, so far as we know, taken afternoon tea with the IslamoNazi leadership.

    Unlike his predecessor, Pradopo!


    fpipradopo5 Tea and crumpets with savage sectarians


    But now we have a new President Jokowi, on whom millions have pinned their hopes of a real transformation.





    He could have ordered his National Police Chief last week to send in some of his finest to protect the GKI Yasmin congregation in Bogor, but nobody from law enforcement stepped in to guarantee their right to worship in their own church.

    They were abused and jostled and bullied away by the local Mayor’s goon-squad.

    That Mayor, Bima, too, had shown pretensions to pluralism when he succeeded the jihadist jerk who had the church sealed. But now he shoots his mouth off with the same kind of cop-out cr@p we have heard before, even blaming the persecuted Christians for being ‘stubborn!’


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    • Stubborn, for expecting mayors and presidents to implement the ruling of the Supreme Court, and the National Ombudsman?


    We tiptoe into 2015, hoping against hope that the auguries are wrong.

    A time of tolerance?

    I believe that was decreasingly discernible 16 years ago, when I disembarked from that Royal Brunei flight into a hot Jakarta night.

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