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  • ross1948 08:50 on July 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Cafe Camden, , , Kebayoran Baru, , , thuggery   

    IslamoNazi Thugs Amok, Jakarta Cops Say ‘No Charges!’ 



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

    Gutless masked IslamoNazis


    How come this anti-social rabble were unleashed?

    According to Tubagus, in a different news site, they were directed not to take vigilante action….the FPI members had wanted to do the sweeping, even coming into the bar, but had yet to engage in destruction….

    “Nothing to it, just warnings....there were only a few bottles of beer spilled,” he said.  https://news.detik.com/berita/3247931/polisi-massa-fpi-yang-sweeping-bar-tak-ditahan-tapi-diberi-pengarahan 

    Which is somewhat different from the assault and theft we read about elsewhere in the media!. 

    But surely it should make no difference?

    Damage was done, honest citizens terrorised, by sectarians who had no legal leg to stand on.


    Indonesia Sharia Law

    • A good sound shariah-style flogging is the least these malignants deserve, and how about compensation to the bar for loss of custom, and to customers for distress caused? 
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    •  Whatever, with Idul Fitri this week, most cafes and bars will be closed, but next week or next month, I’d urge local readers to drop by that Cafe Camden whenever you have time.
    • Any place targetted by loathesome people surely deserves decent people’s support. 


    • Amy H 10:05 on July 5, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I take the same view as you on this. The FPI should be banned.


  • ross1948 16:53 on June 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , thuggery, 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 20:04 on June 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , motor-cycle taxis, , thuggery   

    Intimidasi Di Jakarta – GO-JEK OK! 

    ‘Many people say they are uncomfortable with the bargaining they need to do to hire a traditional ojek driver.’    http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/11/go-jek-drivers-fearing-violent-resistance-traditional-ojek.html

    Even by the mealy-mouthed standards common in local media, that’s remarkable. But before we continue, for the benefit of overseas readers, ojeks are motor-cycle taxis. They hang about on corners or outside malls, stations, etc.

    The most obnoxious I’ve ever encountered, when I had the misfortune to live in Bekasi a dozen years ago, were those at the entrance to Kemang Pratama Complex, mouthy gits, arrogating the right to pass comment on anyone who passed them by.


    I have met civil ojeks, but darn few. 

    And it’s not unfair to say that many of them are rapaciously dishonest.

    I may have mentioned before my own experience when, in a hurry to get from Blok M to Kemang one evening, I approached one of them on Jalan Melawai.

    ‘How much to Kemang?’


    I just laughed as scornfully as possible and walked off.


    kopaja kopaja


    Normally, I’d jump on a 605A kopaja, which goes right through Kemang from Blok M, total fare to anywhere RP.4000. But they obligingly stop wherever, anytime, so speed is not part of their ethos, and I was thirsty!

    Sopir Taksiku Ketemu Hantu Tanah Kusir?

    So I hailed a passing Bluebird taxi and he took me to exactly where I wanted to go (a place not far from Eastern Promise, FYI) and his meter read Rp.10,000. I was more than delighted to tip him.

    I’m sure everyone in Jakarta can tell a similar true story. Ojeks are best avoided, ESPECIALLY if you are a foreigner.

    Indonesians do indeed have to bargain, but will eventually, probably, get a fairish price – us aliens are up against an engrained racist extortion mentality.



    Hence today, reading the Jakarta Post, nothing amazed me about the fact that one of the relatively new GoJek drivers ran into trouble simply for doing his job.

    He had to ring his waiting customer and apologise for not turning up, after a gang of louts had menaced him – they would not hesitate to beat him up if he insisted on picking up a passenger in their area. 

    A brave bunch – they always lurk in packs. On their own, they wouldn’t likely say boo to a goose, but mob-handed, invariably courageous against a solitary victim.

    And it gets worse, for the disappointed customer tried again, whereupon some uppity upstart told him in anger that he should hire a local ojek driver…

    Nothing a kalashnikov couldn’t cure!

    You can read the whole story here, but while there’s not a lot an individual can do in the face of such vile bullying, I can at least offer you the GoJek link –

    GO-JEK Indonesia | An Ojek For Every Need

      – order from people who ask a fair price, and stick to it!

  • ross1948 15:00 on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1945, Brief Encounter, , , , , , , thuggery,   

    UKIP = Thugs Who Make Mockery of True Love? Pinko Logic Hits Rock Bottom! 

    Heck, with nemesis looming over the rotten political in-crowd, their media running dogs are sinking ever lower in their dissing of UKIP.




     Look at the Mirror today.

    Thugs claiming to be from UKIP attacked disabled pensioner..

    Mirror.co.uk …thugs claiming to be from UKIP attacked Labour activists...
     UKIP’s new target voters?

    And not just any old Labour activists, either – the victims almost HAD to include a disabled senior cit, full gory (well, not very) details at the top of the report – methinks UKIP were ill-advised even to bother with a denial of the nonsense.

    But nonsense it is – even an allegation that the crims made threats, did a recce then came back to video the scene of their mayhem.

    Yeah, right, just what street hoods are likely to do! Sounds to me like UAF ‘black ops’




    That far-left gang is notorious for thuggery, and a spot of hoodlum misconduct to be blamed on the only serious challenge to their extremist agenda? Just what one expects of marxist provocateurs!

    But the Mirror makes no effort to analyse who benefits from the incident, merely spalshes a fatuous media smear headline, calculated to damage UKIP candidate Mark Reckless in the run-up to Thursday’s by-election.


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    • But taking the Mirror seriously is hardly something sensible people do – get a load of what else the Mirror thinks is news!?!?!

    1. Mum suffers up to 90 ORGASMS every hour because of rare sexual disorder  AND

    2.  I never knew my hunky boyfriend was born a girl but now we plan to start a family

      …which brings us neatly to romance, and the Independent’s amazing attempt to use Brief Encounter, a famous WW2 cinematic love story as a means of dissing not just UKIP but the character of Rochester folk in general.

    Brief Encounter.

    • The Independent’s scribbler apparently has an eye-witness account of a Rochester cinema nearly SEVEN DECADES AGO, viz. 

    …when the director chose to put on a test screening for the dockers here in 1945 he made a big mistake. “A woman in the front started laughing at the first love scene,” said Lean. “Pretty soon the laughter spread right through the cinema.”

    One man even called out: “When is he going to have it off with her?”


    Actually, I read that and laughed out loud.




    But it seems that director had less of a sense of humour…

    Lean lay in his hotel bed that night in tears, wondering how to burn the negative so the film could never be released. The reaction of the folk of Rochester had convinced him that the mood of the nation had changed dramatically, but it turned out he was wrong.

    Everyone else loved the film.  http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/rochester-byelection-the-gloves-are-off-as-the-tories-and-ukip-do-battle-by-the-medway-9863417.html

     And thus, by some mysterious alchemy of pinko logic, Rochester’s near-certain choice of a UKIP MP in the very near future will not be replicated elsewhere?

    Gimme a break!

    The left-libs must be truly DESPERATE if that’s the kind of argument they fall back on. 



    • Geoff W 13:34 on November 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      This has to be a joke. Hasnt it? Even the Guardian would think twice before using Brief Encounter to go for Ukip.


    • Olivia 15:02 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Oh. I always liked that romantic old film, but I never watched it in Rochester.
      Are the people there really as backward as this newspaper writer makes them out to be?
      I don’t think so.
      I cannot see how this journalist can bring the story into a report on the by-election.
      Has he no facts to report?


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