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  • ross1948 8:00 am on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: demonic jihadists, , ISIS returnees, , Surabaya, terror bombers, ,   

    May’s ‘Welcome ISIS’ – Bringing Surabaya Scenes To UK? 


    A family of six suicide bombers that included two young children carried out deadly attacks on three churches.


    Can there ever have been any more evil parents in history?

    Doubtless some readers will find and offer examples to rival the demon and demoness in Surabaya….

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    …who not only poisoned the minds of their young adult sons but deliberately dragged their two little daughters, aged 12 and 9, to their deaths, on a vile sectarian murder mission.

    But while all decent people of all creeds, throughout Indonesia, must be shuddering at the warped wickedness on display yesterday, there’s a lesson too for certain people in Britain.

    According to Indonesia’s top cop –

    ….the family had recently returned to Indonesia from Syria…

    Family of 6 suicide bombers attacks Indonesia churches

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    Meanwhile, Theresa May is planning to let ‘British’ ISIS scum who went to join the terrorist caliphate come ‘home.’

    She’s brought a lot back already!

    More than 400 British Isis jihadis have already returned to UK

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    Brits, fight back!

    Don’t let May’s madness bring an action replay of Surabaya’s scenes of horror to the United Kingdom!

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    • Keith Milner 8:16 am on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Same goes for Australia.
      No sanctuary for terrorists!

    • Wulandari 3:47 pm on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I do not understand why Teresa May wants to have terorists in England.
      Let her take our terorists from Indonesia if she wants.

    • Novianto 5:12 pm on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      British people must be very stress that Mrs May wants to let the terrorists into her country.
      I also do not know why Indonesia allows any person from the ISIS war back into Indonesia.
      Our government must arrest any Indonesia people gone to help terrorists in Syria or Iraq and have come back to Indonesia.

    • Vicki 10:34 pm on May 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      May is worse than Cameron.
      I never thought I could say that about anyone.

  • ross1948 10:43 am on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , , , Surabaya   

    After Surabaya…HUKUM MATI…Execute Terrorists! 


    Horrible news to awake to, on a beautiful sunny morning in Indonesia.

    Six people so far reported dead in Surabaya, victims of satanic evil, innocently worshipping in their churches, slain by Islamist terror bombers.

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    It has been many, too many, years, since any jihadist swine have paid with their lives for serving their demonic cause.

    President Jokowi has often, and volubly, voiced his support for the execution of criminals involved in the drug trade.

    • Let him now, please, extend his exhortations to include the vermin involved in sectarian atrocities.

    It is surely time to resume the use of capital punishment in Indonesia’s war on terror.

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    The three Bali Pigs have been burning in Hell since their death by firing squad ten years ago, executions applauded by decent people of all religions and nationalities, except, of course, the European Union, which will go to any lengths to protect the lives of mass-murderers..

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    SEND  THEM SOME COMPANY!

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    PS

    This call for hukum mati – the death penalty – is not any kind of singling out of Indonesia for special criticism.

    France, under attack again yesterday, and Britain and Germany, have also suffered many losses to Islamist terror, yet their governments still lack the guts to tell the European Court and the European Union to get lost. .

    Brits and French and Germans should also be raising hell to demand their leaders take out satanic savages.

     
    • Jim in Jakarta 11:03 am on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I expected you to write something like this, Ross. I agree 100%.

      You make a good point about being fair to Indonesia, no point in criticizing Jokowi when Western countries (like France in the past 24 hours) wont fight back when their people are murdered by Islamists.

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    • Santi 11:21 am on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you Ross.
      We all want these terorists to be executed and we want our President Jokowi to tell us he thinks same like we do.
      I feel so sad for the poor Surabaya people murdered only for going to church on Sunday morning.

    • Prita 11:28 am on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Yes you say it for me and many million people here in Indonesia.
      It is no good to be kind to terrorists because they are not like humans.
      They are like the dogs with the rabies that must be killed.

    • Keith Milner 12:03 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I think you are nuts, Ross.
      Not because of what you write. That usually makes a lot of sense.

      You must be nuts to stay in that country where people get blown up for going to church, and churches are shut down illegally by mobs and the cops dont help the victims re-open their churches and where even Muslims like those Ahmadiyas are murdered by a crowd (filmed on camera) and nobody ever gets charged with murder even though cops were on the spot.
      Yes I read all you write and it is like a script from a horror movie.

      More than a hundred foreigners ( mostly young Australians) were killed in Bali by islamists.
      Others since then have been killed too just for being foreign so.I just cannot understand why any foreigners who dont have to be in Indonesia are still living there.

      Why don’t you get the hell out of there and make your way home?
      PS
      If it’s the weather that keeps you there in Jakarta, you might consider coming to Australia.
      We could do with your support!

      • ross1948 12:27 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Good day, Keith, and although I don’t usually rush to update my comments column, this post is attracting a lot of comments, so I’m responding promptly.
        Being accused of being nuts is no problem. If you enjoy life, it can happen a lot!
        But this grisly news today makes me determined not to leave but to stay. What is important when terror-scum attack like this is not to give in but to carry on, living as normally as possible.
        Yesterday I attended a wedding where most guests were Muslim, but many were Christian. Everybody was polite, and more than polite, they were friendly and welcoming to the sole foreign guest. Later I spent the evening in Muslim company again, enjoying some of your fine Australian wine.
        A large majority of Indonesians are anything but hostile to foreigners and after roughly 20 years here, I regard Jakarta as home. I hope never to leave.
        I do abhor cold weather so have no intention of residing in a northern climate again. Australia is great and I’m sure I will visit your sunny shores again, but here I am, and here I am happy to stay.

        • Rawel 3:52 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink

          Good!
          Please do not go from Indonesia because I like to read your blog and my many friend do read it also.
          If a terorist is dead then he will not hurt any one ever again.
          That is one good big reason to shoot them all.

      • Freddy Expat 1:40 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Keith, the murder of those Ahmadis was clearly an act of Islamist terrorism but nobody in power called it out as such and as you say, and Ross wrote, nobody was charged with terrorism or even with ordinary murder, despite damning evidence.
        There are other examples not hard to find if you read Ross’s blog but still he tries to defend Indonesia on the grounds that most people here are not terrorists and many people here are friendly to him (and to other foreigners like me)
        I am unconvinced. If terrorists threaten the government, then the government takes it seriously. Also in high-profile cases, like Bali and the Marriott and today in Surabaya.
        But for little churches shut down and minorities disliked by the authorities, like Ahmadis?
        I am only here for another year then my contract will take me home. I have had some good times here but will be going home gladly.

    • Kezia 1:17 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I am watching the breaking news from Surabaya on Berita Satu and it is more like heartbreaking news.
      What a great pity that no terrorist has been executed since the Bali bombers.

      So many Indonesian people find it strange when the courts and the government can sentence drug dealers to death and the sentences are fulfilled but when the terrible Islamist terrorists are captured they only go to jail and we saw how they do not reform there a week ago.

      Many times they are given release and they attack innocent people again, like you reported when the Sarinah shooting happened in Jakarta.
      Far more wise to shoot them.

    • Wahyu 2:21 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      KAMI TIDAK TAKUT.
      That is the social media slogan now, ‘We are not afraid,’ but I like better the idea that
      KAMI MARAH, ‘we are angry.’
      Many people are afraid because it is not so easy to be safe if you go to church or to the mall for shopping or anywhere because the Islamist can dress like normal person eventhough he is the devil who want to kill us.

      Better we get ANGRY and ask our government to kill him.
      A little bit good news today that police kill four terorists in Cianjur.
      Congratulation for police!.

    • Intan 7:24 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      We must be glad the police killed four terrorists in Cianjur this weekend.
      The courts are slow to give justice but the police were quick.

    • Jeanne 8:21 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      From France where more murder has been done by Islamist terror, I send my sympathy to the bereaved in Surabaya.
      It is a shame and a disgrace that the European Union tries to interfere with Indonesia’s capital punishment law.
      They have no right and they do not speak for most Europeans, only for the political class which is putrid.

    • Maggie Bland 9:09 pm on May 13, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Those poor people. murdered for going to worship God.
      The Islamists who killed them were doing the work of Satan.

  • ross1948 4:56 pm on February 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Hinggil Batik, Surabaya   

    Hinggil Batik, Surabaya, 28th February – 4th March 


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  • ross1948 12:57 am on December 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , January, Surabaya   

    ICE 2018, Jakarta, Surabaya 


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  • ross1948 10:02 pm on August 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 2-3 August, , Surabaya   

    Career Expo, Surabaya, 2-3 August 


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  • ross1948 10:46 pm on April 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: SMEX BAND COMPETITION, Surabaya   

    SMEX BAND COMPETITION, SURABAYA, 24-27 April 


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  • ross1948 12:33 am on March 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Surabaya   

    Study UK Expo, 7th March, Surabaya 


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  • ross1948 11:25 am on October 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 6-16 October, Jatim Fair, Surabaya   

    Jatim Fair, Surabaya, 6-16 October 


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  • ross1948 12:45 am on August 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: “Casual Sexy Girl, ” 14 August, Surabaya   

    “Casual Sexy Girl,” 14 August, Surabaya 


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  • ross1948 12:38 am on April 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 4-8 May, Craft and Batik Nusantara, Surabaya   

    Craft and Batik Nusantara, Surabaya, 4-8 May 


    Pameran Tenun Craft dan Batik Nusantara 2016

     
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