9 thoughts on “CIA supported mass murder in Indonesia

  1. Media freedoms under pressure

    Singapore: Human rights group Amnesty International has urged Singapore to protect freedom of expression after an Asian magazine paid 405,000 Singapore dollars (£200,000) to settle a defamation suit by the country’s prime minister and his father.

    Far Eastern Economic Review reached the settlement after the Court of Appeal found it guilty of defaming Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his father, former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.

    “This ruling illustrates how press freedom is under threat in Singapore and sets a dangerous precedent for freedom of expression and journalism,” Amnesty said in a statement.



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  6. You are cordially invited!

    Never Again | End the Impunity | Never Again | End the Impunity | Never Again

    THE 1965 MASS ATROCITIES in Indonesia: WHO CARES?

    The aftermath of the killing of 6 generals on October 1 1965 in Jakarta who were supposed not to be loyal to the President Sukarno was and is enormous by any human rights standard. Initiated by a campaign of sexual slander against women, the following then took place for over a decade: mass killings, rapes, disappearances, torture, forced labour, detention without any legal process, as well as other forms of inhuman treatments. The report of the National Commission for HR d.d. July 2012 concludes that these gross HR violations are crimes against humanity. According to the report, the state is suspected of being involved in these crimes. Despite this, until today the government rejects the report while sufficient legal instruments and mechanisms are available to take legal action and initiate a process of truth finding and reconciliation. In 2015 it will be 50 years after the mass killings and other crimes against humanity began. Survivors want to see the process started in which truth and justice can be achieved and the victims compensated. They hope the next generation will not allows such a crime to be repeated .

    A People’s Tribunal for 1965-Gross HR Violation in Indonesia: What, Why and How?

    The Preparatory Committee for the International Peoples’ Tribunal – 1965 would like to invite you to watch a 30-minute compilation documentary [edited by Lea Pamungkas and Arif Kurniawan] showing a recent alternative mechanism which took place in 2007 [Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal on the Philipphines], 2012 [Russel’s Tribunal on the Palestine] and 2013 [Citizens Tribunal on Biak Berdarah], while Reza Muharam will project some 10 minute files retrieving the unwillingness and inabilities of the state to process such a crime against humanity. After having some 10 minute refreshment, we would like to share ideas with all attendants. Three speakers will present a brief introduction: Nursyahbani Katjasungkana [jury/lawyer, former MP and coordinator of IPT-65], Aboeprijadi Santoso [senior investigative-journalist, freelance writer] and Djumaeni Kartaprawira [Indonesian in-exile, chairperson of LPK-65, a self organisation for defending 65-victims]. Chair of the day: Prof. Dr. Saskia Wieringa of the University of Amsterdam.

    When: 5 December 2013

    Time: 15.00 – 17.00 PM

    Venue: Roeterseiland Campus of UvA, Room H0.03 at Roetersstraat 11-13, Amsterdam*)

    For confirmation and further information please call 06-30050012 [siswa], 06-30647795 [mbak nur], or 070-3387195 [saskia], or send e-mail to: peoplestribunal65@gmail.com

    *) to be reached by Tram 9 or 14 [stop at Plantage Kerklaan] or Metro to C.S.[stop at Weesperplein]. From the stop/station you need ca. 5’ walk along Plantage Kerklaan, till you find Roetersstraat 11, enter Agora student cantine, and you will find board mentioning Zaal H0.03.


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