Saturday, October 24, 2009


Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Are the police and politicians in Indonesia as corrupt as those in the USA and Europe?

The top detective.

Are the police and politicians in Indonesia as corrupt as those in the USA and Europe?

In September 2009, Indonesia's Parliament passed a law weakening Indonesia's Corruption Eradication commission (KPK).

Antasari Azhar was boss of the KPK.

The police charged Antasari with arranging the gangland style assassination of a businessman.

Allegedly, Antasari and the victim had both been sleeping with the same woman, a golf caddy. (Corruption Showdown in Indonesia)

It is possible that Antasari has been framed by the police?

KPK with President Yudhoyono

Earlier in 2009, the KPK caught on a wiretap the country’s chief detective, Comr. Gen. Susno Duadji, phoning a businessman, Anggoro Widjojo, who was under investigation.

It then emerged that, after the businessman had officially become a fugitive, he and the detective met in Singapore. (Indonesia's anti-corruption commission: Mr Clean's battered broom.)

On 7 October 2009, police investigators cleared the National Police’s chief of detectives of all allegations of abuse of power and conflict of interest, saying the accusations against him could not be substantiated. (Indonesian Police Clear Chief Detective Susno in KPK Case. )

On 14 October 2009, The Jakarta Post reported that many cases under Susno have been dropped

Media reports have recorded dozens of major cases that are unresolved or were dropped by the Bareskrim in the past year.

In March 2009, Susno took over the investigation into a vote fraud case in East Java.

The case was then closed.


Unresolved cases:

2008: Zatapi scandal
2009: Indover bank scandal
2005: Police's 15 problem bank accounts

Closed cases:

2008: voter roll fraud in East Java
2008: 13 illegal logging cases in Riau

Indonesian Police Drop Election Funding Investigation


Tuesday, October 13, 2009


Geert Wilders, who has 'Jewish-Indonesian' origins. His mother was born in Sukabumi (Geert Wilders is one of us, say Indies immigrants.)

On 13 October 2009, we learnt that Geert Wilders is free to enter Britain

Geert Wilders, is a Dutch politician, and possibly a CIA-Mossad asset.

Wilders' Party for Freedom is the second largest Dutch party in the European parliament.

Wilders is a strong supporter of Israel and has criticised countries he sees as enemies of Israel.[13]

Wilders supports implementing Israel's administrative detention in the Netherlands, a practice heavily criticized by human rights groups.[26]

Wilders believes that he has Jewish ancestry.[6]

The Dutch newspaper Telegraaf reported in May 2007 that Geert Wilders had been accompanied by the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service for years.

During that time, Wilders had been regularly meeting officials at the Israeli Embassy in The Hague.[12]

'I don't hate Muslims. I hate Islam,' says Holland's rising star, Geert Wilders.

According to Dr.M's Analysis, 25 September 2009, Geert Wilders is a Zionist Jew

From Dr.M's Analysis we learn:

In an article in the left-wing weekly De Groene Amsterdammer anthropologist Lizzy Van Leeuwen asks: "Is it possible that the post-colonial and family history have made Wilders what he and his politics are today?"

The 6-page article reveals that Wilders' grandmother, Johanna Ording-Meijer, was from a Jewish-Indonesian family and that 'Wilders lied about this in his 2008 biography'.

Wilders' grandfather on his mother's side, Johan Ording, was a regional financial administrator in the Dutch colony of Indonesia (then called the Dutch East Indies).

Indonesia was a Dutch colony until 1949.

Many mixed-race Indonesians moved to the Netherlands after Indonesian independence.

Van Leeuwen describes how these people were seen as similar to immigrants from Turkey and Morocco.

Van Leeuwen explains how this group of mixed race Indonesians has long been part of extreme-right movements (many supported the Dutch Nazi party NSB in Indonesia in the 1930s) while others belonged to the far-right of the right-wing liberal party VVD.


Friday, October 09, 2009

The 'much praised' democratic process 'is but a sham.'

The best book on Indonesia.

On 8 October 2009, the excellent Jakartass had an entry on Indonesia entitled "Wiping The Slate Clean?"

Among the points made:

1. Yudhoyono, a retired general, has been reelected as president of Indonesia.

There are significant signs that the 'much praised' democratic process 'is but a sham.'

2. Yudhoyono is creating a dynasty.

"The USA has had its Kennedys and Bushes;

"Greece has just elected the son and grandson of prime ministers as their new prime minister;

"Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka have their Bhuttos, Ghandis and Banderanikes - and the list goes on."

3. Yudhoyono has three brothers-in-law in top military positions.

Lt. Gen. Erwin Sujono is Military Chief of General Affairs.

Maj. Gen. Suryo Prabowo is the Jakarta Military Commander.

Maj. Gen. Edhie Wibowo is commander of the notorious Army special forces, Kopassus.

Yudhoyono's eldest son, Army Captain Agus Harimurti Yudhoyono, is at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

"Word is that he is being groomed as a future president."

Yudhoyono's second son, Eddie Baskoro, is a member of parliament.

4. The Golkar political party have been holding a congress to elect a new leader.

The two main candidates were Abdurizal Bakrie, "of Lapindo Brantas mudflow infamy" (aangirfan: BAKRIE ), and media mogul Suryo Paloh.

Bakrie "wants Golkar to cling to power by entering Yudhoyono's new government."

Bakrie won "because he threw more money at the voting delegates."


Tuesday, October 06, 2009



According to

"Months before the end of World War II, an American intelligence agency launched a top-secret project aimed at devising ways to trigger massive earthquakes and tsunamis that would wreak havoc among enemy civilian populations, recently uncovered documents reveal."

According to

"Top-secret wartime experiments were conducted off the coast of Auckland to perfect a tidal wave bomb, declassified files reveal.

"An Auckland University professor seconded to the Army set off a series of underwater explosions triggering mini-tidal waves at Whangaparaoa in 1944 and 1945."

Indonesia's President Yudhoyono was first elected in 2004.

Since then, Indonesia has suffered a number of disasters including earthquakes and a major tsunami.

Some Indonesians think Yudhoyo is jinxed.

Indonesia's 'unlucky' president takes quake blame


Who does not like the Indonesian president?

Reportedly, some of the Indonesian military have had an 'Anyone But Susilo Yudhoyono' campaign. (PLOT AGAINST THE PRESIDENT.)

It is possible that the USA may be wary of Yudhoyono. (PLOT AGAINST THE PRESIDENT.)

Permadi is an Indonesian politician and shaman.

According to Permadi, Yudhoyono, "because of his birth date, will always attract disasters to this country, according to the Primbon (a Javanese almanac of mysticism)

"Just look at the numbers of his birth date - the ninth of the ninth, '49 - that's unlucky. The more he holds on to power, the more great disasters will happen."

However, many see Yudhoyono's birth date as lucky.

Indonesia's media has had news stories about 'divine symbols' appearing after the quake.

These have included a ring-shaped sun surrounded by a rainbow; and God's name, written in Arabic, appearing in the clouds.


Saturday, October 03, 2009

Devastating Indonesian earthquake 'still to come'


According to an article at New Scientist, the earthquake which hit Padang in Sumatra, Indonesia, in September 2009, killing more than 1100 people, "may have been only a hint of worse to come."

(Devastating Indonesian earthquake 'still to come')

Since 2004, geologists have been predicting a far nastier earthquake in the region – "a shallow tremor that will rip the sea floor apart, trigger a devastating tsunami and kill far more people."

John McCloskey, a seismologist at the Environmental Sciences Research Institute at the University of Ulster in Coleraine, Northern Ireland, predicts a bigger quake will hit Padang.

Over 100,000 people – a seventh of the city's population – are blocked from escaping to higher ground by the barbed wire-laced, 10-metre-high walls of a huge military airport.

"Padang needs to build a tunnel under that airport, because if they don't these poor people will have to run parallel to the coast for several hundred metres while the tsunami is coming at them," says McCloskey.

So far, no steps have been taken to build such an exit route. "Sometimes you despair," he says. (Devastating Indonesian earthquake 'still to come')