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  • ross1948 07:22 on December 1, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Family murdered, , Mujahidin of East Indonesia MIT, Poso Beheadings, Sulawesi   

    Sectarian Slaughter In Sulawesi? Death Penalty, Please! 

    A monstrous jihadist atrocity in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi Province!

    A family of four was killed by the ‘Mujahideen of East Indonesia (MIT)’ led by a sectarian pig named Ali Kalora, around 09.00 last Friday.

    The perpetrators are estimated to number 10 people and some of them are carrying long-barreled weapons and handguns.



    In addition to killing four people, they also burned people’s homes so that six houses were burned and one place of worship was also burned.

    Condolences are pouring in.

    The management of the Catholic Youth Center extended its deepest condolences to the extended family of Bala Keselamatan Church and especially to the families of victims of violent violence and heinous killings  Pemuda Katolik Minta Aparat Usut Pembunuhan di Sigi (beritasatu.com

    It’s reported that 150 families have fled from the area, in fear of their lives.

    Sekeluarga Dibantai di Sigi, Sulteng, 150 Keluarga Mengungsi 


    This area, known as Poso, has a history….

    Hasanuddin the Pig

    Hasanuddin the Pig

    Indonesian Beheaders of Schoolgirls – Poso Pigs Up For Parole Soon? 

    …some of which you can read in our previous post, though be warned, it’s grim reading.

    So what’s going to be done about the vile sectarian vermin who feature in the latest horrible news?


    Ali Kalora menebar teror dalam video yang beredar.Ali Kalora – The pig poses!


    Both the TNI (Armed Forces) and local police are  making a joint effort to hunt the culprits down – and let’s hope they kill the scum rather than capture them, because we haven’t had any good executions for a long time….


    ….since the Bali Bomb Pigs years ago.

    It’s fair to say that Indonesian security forces have a pretty good record as far as taking out terrorists is concerned…..

    Jakarta Echoes of Gibraltar – How Dare You Kill Terrorists?

    …even though they face not only dangerous armed terrorists but the sort of nasty niggling that Western anti-terrorism operations have to put up with!

  • ross1948 22:35 on June 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , IslamoNazi raids, Mandar, , , silly curtains, , Sulawesi, , ,   

    Islamist Intolerance Rules, In ‘Moderate’ Police State! 

    Well now!

    Even Amnesty agrees with me on this!

    They have condemned the imprisonment of a man in Tunisia for smoking a cigarette in public during the dawn-to-dusk Muslim fast.



    I’ve been smoking all over town here in Jakarta, a 90% Muslim city, and not noticed that anybody looks askance. My lunches are still taken at my warteg, though it has its ‘holy’ curtains up out front.

    Big Mackistan? Ramadhan Lock-Out at McD Sarinah?

    I find this month wearisome, partly from reading snippets of of news from outside Jakarta.. 

    Bigot Goon-Squad Bullies Vendor – Decent Indonesians Open Hearts AND Wallets!

    …where sectarian bullying can be the work of IslamoNazi thugs…

    …or may well be enshrined in local regulations – like in Mandar, where dozens of people were harassed and detained  by cops, local militia and religious leaders and community leaders, last week.


    the local government has written to every food stall and beverage owner so that during Ramadan do not operate during the day in honor of Muslims who are running fast. But still many stalls reported residents remain open as usual….“All the food stalls that remain operational during the day during Ramadan will be disciplined, “said H Ummar S, head of Wonomulyo.

    That’s a Javanese community, in West Sulawesi Province, not in Java at all, it exists due to trans-island migration, some people having evidently carried their bigotry with them,

    Jakarta also has some bizarre regulations, and my partying opportunities are lessened. There are those silly curtains to hide non-fasters from fasters, to avoid testing the latter’s spiritual commitment, but life goes on.

    Not so in Tunisia.

    A crack-pot bigot court there sentenced the man to one month in jail for “public indecency”.

    Tunisia, we keep getting told, is a ‘moderate’ Islamic country, but after this hogwash we’ll need to take that with a large pinch of salt.

    Not to say there aren’t decent Muslims there, because dozens protested on Sunday in the capital, Tunis, for the right to eat and drink in public during Ramadan.



    But the nut-job verdict was hardly a one-off, because the BBC also tells us that a fortnight ago, four men were sentenced to one month in prison after eating in public.

    Thanks to Amnesty, for advising us that in fact there is no legal basis for the sectarian persecution – there are no laws in mainly Muslim Tunisia requiring individuals to fast or barring them from eating or smoking publicly during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan…

    Tunisian smoker jailed for not fasting during Ramadan

    In other words, the state can spuriously claim to be civilised and open because there’s no relevant statute, but the reality is that the benighted courts just make it up as they go along to hammer anyone who steps out of line…


    ….shoddy drivel like a ‘public decency’ charge to lend a threadbare legitimacy to their backward bullying Islamist intolerance.

    Ramadhan just has a few days to run. It’s meant to be a time of contemplation, not a bad idea, indeed.

    I’m simply contemplating which is worse.

    The Tunisian hypocrisy way, or the West Sulawesi way, with its Dark Age diktat.

    Hasil gambar untuk intolerance

    I’m still wondering.

    Why can’t these crude kill-joys just live and let live?


    • Adele 03:15 on June 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Your final sentence, that question why the killjoys can’t stick to their religious practices and not keep trying to shove them down our throat, that is what all those whiners about Islamophobia need to answer, because we don’t force them to eat wile they’re fasting so why do they feel this burning need to force us to fast just because they sre.
      I think that phrase about how it’s our duty to ‘honor’ their fasting so obnoxious because it’s not our duty at all. Who are they to tel us our duty?


  • ross1948 09:06 on May 29, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Gerakan Referendum Minahasa, , , Minahasa, , Permesta, , , Sulawesi   

    Indonesia’s Morning After – What’s MinahExit Mean? 

    A sudden flurry of reports about something we have frankly never heard of before, the Gerakan Referendum Minahasa.

    That’s the Minahasa Referendum  Movement.

    And Minahasa refers to the ethnic group, largely Christian by faith, and good soldiers by tradition, who live in North Sulawesi.

    That’s also where the admirable protest took place against the arrival of an Islamist fanatic not long ago.

    Manado Mayhem! Jakarta Post Flouts Its Own ‘Bold’ Motto? 

    But it wasn’t till very recently that this GMR movement hit the headlines.

    Again, it’s important to note the coincidence of its appearance with the shocking imprisonment of the Christian Governor of Jakarta on bizarre ‘blasphemy’ charges.



    No coincidence at all, really, because the driving force behind bringing Ahok to trial was an Islamist fanatic cabal, IslamoNazi FPI leaders in cahoots with the self-styled ‘scholars’ of the MUI.


    Indonesian Press Day,’ 9th Feb – Fake News? If Only! 


    Ahok behind bars symbolises the growing power of intolerance – if you can’t utter a quote from the Koran in public without risking draconian punishment, how many Christians, or Hindus, or Buddhists, can be expected to feel at ease in a society which thus degrades pluralism.

    The thing people overseas need to remember is that while Indonesia may be the largest Muslim majority country in the world, it’s also home to significant minorities of non-Muslims.



    Bali, for example, is a Hindu island, while large Christian communities flourish in Ambon, North Sulawesi,Kalimatan (Borneo) and Sumatra ,where there are tough Bataks and a large Chinese ethnic minority in Medan. There’s also the Catholic island of Flores.

    And even in Jakarta, up to 10% of the capital’s population may be Christian, Buddhist or other religions.

    Sensible Indonesian leaders have always understood this and so religious tolerance was always not simply a moral focus but a recognition of how to keep the country together. That common-sense approach existed from the start, through Sukarno’s personality cult regime and Suharto’s dictatorship.


    General Suharto


    Now, however, fanatics have become a major influence in Indonesian politics. We have seen examples aplenty in recent years, outrageous intolerance against Buddhists…

    Tanjung Balai’s Burning Temples – A History of Bigotry! 

    …Hindus… Bali Hindu King – Don’t Kill Our Cows! Muslim ‘Scholars’ – Get Lost!!  …

    ….and of course Christians. Oppressed Christians In The Street Heat, In Pluralist Indonesia 



    Under President SBY a ferocious discriminatory diktat was issued, the anti-Ahmadiyah Tri-Ministerial Decree, and despite President Jokowi’s talk of pluralism, persecuted Christians in Bogor, Bekasi, etc have had no justice.

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

    The imprisonment of Ahok for ‘blasphemy’ has confirmed for many people, not just religious minorities but decent Muslims, true Indonesian conservatives who cling to the traditional tolerance referred to above, that one day, in the not too distant future, they could rise from their beds to the waking nightmare of an Islamic Republic.

    If that were to happen, then separatism could, would, be a serious threat.

    Again, please note, Indonesia does not, like the UK, afford separatists all normal rights and privileges.


    SNP separatist leader Nicola Sturgeon


    If some local equivalent of that ghastly Scots shrew Sturgeon started shrilling for ‘independence’ for any province or island, she’d be charged with treason, and if convicted, she’d have some real problems to whine about.

    In June 2007 in Ambon, these RMS political prisoners danced the Cakalele and raised the RMS flag in front of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono…

    RMS Political Prisoners Reunite With Families After 7-Year Wait

    Hardly surprising therefore that the local cops in Sulawesi were vigorously denying any sign of separatism, despite news photos clearly depicting referendum banners.


    Hasil gambar untuk spanduk gerakan referendum minahasa



    But this ‘separatism,’ if separatism it is, is the inevitable consequence of Islamist intolerance. When decent folk of any religion see blood-thirsty fanatics treated as respectable notables by leading politicians, they recoil in disgust.

    But when that disgust is compounded by the realisation that their fundamnetal right to worship as they please is therefore under  threat, and when their form of worship corresponds to their local cultural heritage…?

    What else can the Government expect?

    I am no supporter of separatism. How the people of Indonesia arrange their affairs is up to them, and from 1945 they have generally been quite gifted in working out ways to live together.

    But I do hope, as somebody who has lived here happily for the best part of twenty years and has watched ever more sadly the rise of Islamist intolerance, that somebody in the corridors of power in Jakarta can, even at this eleventh hour, reverse the process of jihadist Arabisation.

    Viva Pancasila!


  • ross1948 10:41 on January 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Santoso, Sulawesi, widows   

    Trio Setan – Evil Bag-Heads Join Terror Gangs 

    The police have said that three widows of alleged terrorists who were killed during raids by security officers have joined the Santoso terrorist group that is hidden in the Poso Pesisir forest, in Poso regency, Central Sulawesi.

    “The three are now wives of Santoso, Basri and Ali Kalora. The three [women] come from the West Nusa Tenggara town of Bima,” said Central Sulawesi Police chief Brig. Gen. Idham Azis 


    burka-1  Trio Setan?

    Well, we have posted on Bima before.

    Breaking News! Terror Bomb in Islamic School – Police Still Blocked by Bigot Mob 

    A lot of vermin been seen in that vicinity. 

    The three women are known only as Umi Fadel, Umi Mujahid and Umi Delima, but Idham did not reveal the name of the slain suspected terrorists who were the husbands of the three.

    It seems these vile vixen have made their move to take revenge for the deaths of their husbands. But they’ve been quick to take new husbands from among the murder-gang they’ve joined!

    “Their hiding territory covers an area of 2,400 square kilometers. Therefore, it is difficult to monitor movement from and into the location,” said the police.

    It’s also probably difficult to identify them because, like most, if not all, terrorist squaws, they’ll be sporting head-shrouds, that revolting burka badge of second-class citizenship.

    Indonesia so far has failed to outlaw the offensive head-gear, unlike sensible countries, like Chad, and Niger (and I read that Senegal too is acting responsibly in this matter)

    Please note, VERY few Indonesian Muslim women go around dressed in these offensive things – I see them rarely in Jakarta, where the female population consists of many attractive lasses who are not ashamed of their appearance.

    • stock-illustration-30527208-silhouettes-of-beautiful-pin-up-girls-1950s-style

    On my recent flight back from Bali, there were a couple of the wretched primitives prowling about the airports – did they expose their fanatic fizzogs at the security checks?

    The vigilant sentinels there insisted I open my bag to ensure the two pieces of Aussie Devon cold meat ( a late Xmas gift) were not something more sinister…

    …severed limbs, maybe?! The guy and gal on duty were bemused when its innocuous character was revealed, though he cast envious glances at my other gift, a bottle of Black Label!

    However, back to Black Widow spider things..

    At the very least, bag-heads should be made to remove their unprepossessing masks in places like that.




    It’s not just the fact that they’re aesthetically displeasing to normal human beings, but in an airport, these days?

    Come on! 

    Pleasingly, we read that the security forces have so far managed to kill or arrest a number of group members… Less pleasingly, “the Camar Maleo IV-2015 operation will end on Jan. 9, but the Central Sulawesi Police will continue to carry out regular operations.”

    No disrespect to the local rozzers, but with Indonesia increasingly reported as a centre of jihadist terror activity, more rather than less security personnel might be a rather nifty idea.

    And a round-up of sectarian hoodlum gangs, of which more later today, would be most welcome!

  • ross1948 17:10 on December 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Durex Jihad, , , , , , Sulawesi   

    IslamoNazi Durex Jihad! No Year’s End Happy Endings? 

     After our treatise on Islamist loathing of romance…

    Love At The Mosque? Islamists Infuriated! 

    … it seems the IslamoNazi FPI in Makassar are to launch a crusade against condoms!

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


    Sorry, ‘crusade’ is not exactly a fitting word – how about a ‘Durex Jihad?’

    The report comes from an Indonesian-language site I know nothing about, but whoever runs it clearly has a sense of humour, a useful attribute when handling the rabid ravings of the white-shirt thug gang.

    If, next year, Makassar, in South Sulawesi, experiences a baby boom or there are many who contract venereal diseases, it seems we can highlight a group calling itself the Islamic Defenders Front of South Sulawesi, as the cause.

    And their infantile bigotry comes in the form of a special Hogmanay outing, some 500 sectarian bullies determined to combat extra-marital sex (zina) on New Year’s Eve by means of… raiding pharmacies.



    Yes, it’s that man again, Abu Thoriq, local FPI gang spokesman, who says  –      

    “We have received a report that ahead of New Year’s Eve, demand for condoms increases….

    Oh yeah?

    “So, Insya Allah, starting on 25-30th inst., ahead of New Year, 500 FPI members are to be unleashed, to monitor and raid pharmacies that deliberately sell such filthy goods!”

    Filthy goods?  I felt obliged to double-check the original, and yes, ‘jorok,’ ‘filthy,’ was the word he used…

    Thing is, if Angry Abu doesn’t like condoms, okay, nobody wants to make him use them.

    If other people want to buy, sell or use them, it’s none of this uptight prig’s business, nor his swarm of louts.  

    If Indonesia had more interesting gun laws, those victimised pharmacists would be able, and absolutely entitled, to take out any hoodlums who burst into their premises intent on theft or vandalism of any of their stock.



    That would be worth an extra-strenuous New Year celebration.

    The Indonesian author of the piece makes the obvious criticism of the moronic mayhem plan  –

    Given the reality that condoms are medical devices associated with contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, one would think almost all pharmacies sell condoms, yeah?. So they’ll just continue raiding everything, right?           


    But of course, sir! That’s how they get their kicks, since they don’t like fun.

    I note from another link  (pojoksulsel.com) that Angry Abu’s intolerants have a busy holiday season ahead of them.


    • Hasil gambar untuk pijat nakal

    No happy endings at this year’s end, it seems, if killjoy creeps are determined to have their wicked way!


  • ross1948 00:02 on December 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Rock in Celebes, Sulawesi   

    Sulawesi -Rock in Celebes, 20-21st December 

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