15 thoughts on “War crimes in Indonesia, discussion with Dutch MPs

  1. Not only the Dutch are guilty of war crimes in the 1940s, against the Indonesians, we now see in Papua, Indonesia committing crimes against these people, it is as if when a power arises, humans act in a similar fashion.

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  3. Dutch is a coward nation.it’s proven by history that their damned queen escaped to great britain,while our president didn’t when dutch occupied yogya.i was thinking why didn’t you fight nazi germany as brave as you fought indonesia people,you sick coward people?you could only relly on British or American.

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  4. It is a misfortune that not only the Dutch are guilty of atrocities but all the European Nations, who have become so prevalent, because they had and still do have the biggest guns, most of the human race seems to have a flaw inherited, that they have as yet to overcome this weakness within.
    It is controversial as to whether the present climate of culture will do irreparable harm to the planet and people, the legacy and gift of ours for future generations.
    What I know is those who have been harmed do not recover in their lifetime from the scars, they are permanent, but little awareness is given to this aberration as its not what the controlling authorities desire or want to hear as this is not serving their interests.

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  15. 26 september, Amsterdam: vakbondscafé over de massastaking tegen troepenzendingen naar Indonesië in 1946

    “Op donderdagavond 26 september houden we een vakbondscafé in Amsterdam over een historische gebeurtenis die plaatsvond op 24 september 1946. Een grote staking vond toen plaats tegen de troepenzendingen naar voormalig Nederlands-Indië dat zich net onafhankelijk had verklaard tot de republiek Indonesië. Een staking die belangrijke overeenkomsten vertoont met de Februaristaking. Veel mensen weten dat niet meer. Het was een belangrijke gebeurtenis. In de jaren die erop zouden volgen tot aan de definitieve onafhankelijkheid van Indonesië bleef deze oorlog die meerdere jaren duurde een zeer belangrijk thema. Wat veel mensen ook niet meer weten, is dat er geen meerderheid was onder de Nederlandse bevolking voor deze troepenzendingen die uiteindelijk een koloniale oorlog zouden inluiden. Zo kort na de Tweede Wereldoorlog en met het verslaan van het fascisme was er een grote bereidheid om zich daartegen te verzetten”, aldus de oproep. Donderdag 26 september. Van 19:30 uur (inloop 19:00 uur) FNV Regionaal Vakbondshuis, Derkinderenstraat 2-8, Amsterdam. Lees meer: https://www.doorbraak.eu/26-september-amsterdam-vakbondscafe-over-de-massastaking-tegen-troepenzendingen-naar-indonesie-in-1946/

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