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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Indonesia, USA

The president's survival as a child growing up in Indonesia may have depended on his ability to ignore the genocide of people who looked like him and identify with their oppressors. More than 500,000 indigenous people of West Papua, who are dark skinned people, were murdered by Indonesians, and genocide continues in smaller numbers today. 


A man from West Papua smuggled the following video to me and requested that I make it widely available to people in the West. I uploaded the video at YouTube https://youtu.be/bQUfLGCkJQM and told him that he had probably made the worst possible choice about who should convey his message regarding oppression in his country (see the West Papua video embedded below. Warning: graphic violence). Since my own brother's secret arrest for three weeks and murder in the Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003, I have been America's most censored person. Nevertheless, he asked me to help give his people a voice. Their plight seems ignored by the world as they endure mass arrests and massacres for any overtures toward independence and self-determination. The Indonesians, who are Muslims, seem comfortable abusing the people of West Papua, who are mostly Christians. Hear my source speak about current oppression in West Papua on four .mp3 tapes among the nine reference links below.

Numerous human rights organizations urged President Obama to speak against Indonesia's oppression during his trip there in November 2010. BBC News Reports "Human rights groups have accused the Indonesian government and military of human rights abuses including imprisoning nonviolent protesters, oppressing free speech and crushing minority religious groups. And incidents of political bribery and corruption have undermined Indonesia's claims to transparent democracy." That language may remind one of articles and radio shows by MaryLovesJustice that chronicle my own oppression, intimidation, censorship, and financial persecution as I oppose discrimination against Americans who are either black or mentally ill or both, a Christian duty according to Proverbs 31:8-9.

President Obama spent his formative years in Indonesia during its most violent period when over 500,000 people of West Papua were killed. Such atrocities being done to people who looked like him might have had a profound effect on the child, perhaps making him less willing or able to stand against the oppression of Black people or any oppressed people in the United States. Growing up during the genocide against indigenous people in West Papua, it is reasonable to assume that the president's mother and step-father cautioned him not to object when he heard Indonesian soldiers boasting about their murders for the day. That period was even more violent than the video embedded above shows (the video is more current), and the child could have developed a high tolerance for the crimes against humanity that have increased significantly in the USA. He may have had a strong desire to disassociate himself from the dark-skinned genocide victims or even to pretend not to know or care about the victimization of people who resembled him more than his own family members did. Whereas that self-protective reaction is understandable for a child, that response is totally unacceptable for a president who has a sworn duty to uphold the rights of all citizens as set forth in the U.S. Constitution and numerous other domestic and international laws.



Barack Obama sewaktu tinggal di Indonesia.

Rick Perlstein, a writer, speculated about the affect living in Indonesia during that gruesome period may have had on President Obama as a child. Perlstein told of a "massacre estimated in excess of 500,000 corpses—of Communists, supposedly, of course; but also of ethnic Chinese, Christians, and any other unfortunate communal persons. Wikipedia: Methods 'of killing included shooting and beheading with Japanese-style samurai swords. Corpses were often thrown into rivers, and at one point officials complained to the Army that the rivers running into the city of Surabaya were clogged with bodies.'" The first of ten(10) reference links below should lead to Perlstein's full article, "Obama in Indonesia."

Although Human Rights Watch and others asked for President Obama to use his trip in 2010 to influence Indonesia to stop its barbarism, BBC News and other media reported that "US President Barack Obama held up Indonesia as an example of how a developing nation can embrace democracy and diversity." A brief excerpt of the BBC News report is below:



'SHARED VALUES' OF USA AND INDONESIA
In his address, the president touched on the four years he spent in the country as a child and emphasized the importance of Indonesia's example as a growing economy and a majority-Muslim nation that is largely tolerant of other religions.

"Today, I return to Indonesia as a friend, but also as a president who seeks a deep and enduring partnership between our two countries," he said.

"Because as vast and diverse countries; as neighbors on either side of the Pacific; and above all as democracies - the United States and Indonesia are bound together by shared interests and shared values."



"Shared values" between the USA and Indonesia were exposed last fall as we watched militarized police attack peaceful protesters in Ferguson, Missouri as well as during the Occupy movement. See an InfoWars film at YouTube link https://youtu.be/lnXnWB0AZgg and embedded below. Throughout America, police insist on their "right" to kill unarmed Black people without accountability like their Indonesian brothers in uniform.



"Prosperity without freedom is just another form of poverty," President Obama said. "Because there are aspirations that human beings share - the liberty of knowing that your leader is accountable to you - and that you won't get locked up for disagreeing with them." The following December, he signed the NDAA (concentration camp) bill into law, which allows Americans to be indefinitely detained without trial for being perceived as "belligerent" by the White House.

I cannot pretend to be anything other than belligerent while unarmed Black children, men and women are catastrophically injured and killed by police officers who are very seldom held accountable for their actions. My belligerence shows when mentally ill Americans of all races are deliberately deprived of treatment then killed during lunacy arrests or as jail and prison inmates in abusive correctional facilities throughout this nation, where the press is denied admittance like the press is denied admittance to West Papua. I am belligerent over living as a virtual prisoner in my home for security with my phones and computers taken over to prevent disclosure about my own disabled brother's secret murder. While the human and civil rights of Black people and mentally challenged people of every race are continually trampled, and with protesters and journalists enduring attacks and wrongful arrests, we must all raise a belligerent fist and say to the spirit of Indonesia everywhere, "All lives matter!"

NINE(9) REFERENCES:

1. Our Obama Bargain (Part 3 of 3): Obama in Indonesia

http://www.thenation.com/blog/172415/our-obama-bargain-part-3-3-obama-indonesia
2. Free West Papua
http://freewestpapua.org/
3. Obama hails Indonesia as example for world
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-11723650
4. Obama hails Indonesia's unity
http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2010/11/obama-hails-indonesia-s-unity/
5. Indonesia: Obama Should Make a Stand for Human Rights (Human Rights Watch, 11/08/2010)
http://www.hrw.org/news/2010/11/05/indonesia-obama-should-make-stand-human-rights

6. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 1
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33VHh3X1dkellKdms/view?usp=sharing
7. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 2
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33eFhpeGVOa2ZHS3c/view?usp=sharing
8. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 3
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33a2ZyM0NITDFBT28/view?usp=sharing
9. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 4
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33X0JTYm5hblZwSmc/view?usp=sharing

10. Petition to end the Indonesian genocide of West Papua's people
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/end-the-indonesian-genocide

First Two Paragraphs Repeated: The president's survival as a child growing up in Indonesia may have depended on his ability to ignore the genocide of people who looked like him and identify with their oppressors. More than 500,000 indigenous people of West Papua, who are dark skinned people, were murdered by Indonesians, and genocide continues in smaller numbers today.

A man from West Papua smuggled the following video to me and requested that I make it widely available to people in the West. I uploaded the video at YouTube https://youtu.be/bQUfLGCkJQM and told him that he had probably made the worst possible choice about who should convey his message regarding oppression in his country (see the West Papua video embedded below. Warning: graphic violence). Since my own brother's secret arrest for three weeks and murder in the Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003, I have been America's most censored person. Nevertheless, he asked me to help give his people a voice. Their plight seems ignored by the world as they endure mass arrests and massacres for any overtures toward independence and self-determination. The Indonesians, who are Muslims, seem comfortable abusing the people of West Papua, who are mostly Christians. Hear my source speak about current oppression in West Papua on four .mp3 tapes among the nine reference links [above in this article].

Human Rights Article by MaryLovesJustice 
marylovesjustice@gmail.com
Phone (678) 531.0262 or (571)335-1741
Wrongful Death of Larry Neal 
http://WrongfulDeathofLarryNeal.com
"Human Rights Demand" Radio Station Manager 
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand
Justice Gagged blog
http://JusticeGagged.blogspot.com

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
http://AIMI-humanrights.blogspot.com
Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com

4 comments:

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

Article repeated in comments:

Indonesia, USA
(Photo of Pres. Obama and Indonesians)

A man from West Papua smuggled the following video to me and requested that I make it widely available to people in the West. I uploaded the video at YouTube https://youtu.be/bQUfLGCkJQM and told him that he had probably made the worst possible choice about who should convey his message regarding oppression in his country (see the West Papua video embedded below. Warning: graphic violence). Since my own brother's secret arrest for three weeks and murder in the Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003, I have been America's most censored person. Nevertheless, he asked me to help give his people a voice. Their plight seems ignored by the world as they endure mass arrests and massacres for any overtures toward independence and self-determination. The Indonesians, who are Muslims, seem comfortable abusing the people of West Papua, who are mostly Christians. Hear my source speak about current oppression in West Papua on four .mp3 tapes among the nine reference links below.

(embedded video: Genocide and mass arrests of West Papuans)

Numerous human rights organizations urged President Obama to speak against Indonesia's oppression during his trip there in November 2010. BBC News Reports "Human rights groups have accused the Indonesian government and military of human rights abuses including imprisoning nonviolent protesters, oppressing free speech and crushing minority religious groups. And incidents of political bribery and corruption have undermined Indonesia's claims to transparent democracy." That language may remind one of articles and radio shows by MaryLovesJustice that chronicle my own oppression, intimidation, censorship, and financial persecution as I oppose discrimination against Americans who are either black or mentally ill or both, a Christian duty according to Proverbs 31:8-9.

President Obama spent his formative years in Indonesia during its most violent period when over 500,000 people of West Papua were killed. Such atrocities being done to people who looked like him might have had a profound effect on the child, perhaps making him less willing or able to stand against the oppression of Black people or any oppressed people in the United States. Growing up during the genocide against indigenous people in West Papua, it is reasonable to assume that the president's mother and step-father cautioned him not to object when he heard Indonesian soldiers boasting about their murders for the day. That period was even more violent than the video embedded above shows (the video is more current), and the child could have developed a high tolerance for the crimes against humanity that have increased significantly in the USA. He may have had a strong desire to disassociate himself from the dark-skinned genocide victims or even to pretend not to know or care about the victimization of people who resembled him more than his own family members did. Whereas that self-protective reaction is understandable for a child, that response is totally unacceptable for a president who has a sworn duty to uphold the rights of all citizens as set forth in the U.S. Constitution and numerous other domestic and international laws.

(Photo - Pres. Obama as a child with Indonesian friends)

Barack Obama sewaktu tinggal di Indonesia.

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

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Indonesia, USA
Comment 2 of 3

Rick Perlstein, a writer, speculated about the affect living in Indonesia during that gruesome period may have had on President Obama as a child. Perlstein told of a "massacre estimated in excess of 500,000 corpses—of Communists, supposedly, of course; but also of ethnic Chinese, Christians, and any other unfortunate communal outliers. Here’s Wikipedia: Methods 'of killing included shooting and beheading with Japanese-style samurai swords. Corpses were often thrown into rivers, and at one point officials complained to the Army that the rivers running into the city of Surabaya were clogged with bodies.'" The first of nine(9) reference links below should lead to Perlstein's full article, "Obama in Indonesia."

Although Human Rights Watch and others asked for President Obama to use his trip in 2010 to influence Indonesia to stop its barbarism, BBC News and other media reported that "US President Barack Obama held up Indonesia as an example of how a developing nation can embrace democracy and diversity." A brief excerpt of the BBC News report is below:

'SHARED VALUES'
In his address, the president touched on the four years he spent in the country as a child and emphasized the importance of Indonesia's example as a growing economy and a majority-Muslim nation that is largely tolerant of other religions.

"Today, I return to Indonesia as a friend, but also as a president who seeks a deep and enduring partnership between our two countries," he said.

"Because as vast and diverse countries; as neighbors on either side of the Pacific; and above all as democracies - the United States and Indonesia are bound together by shared interests and shared values."

(Extra space inserted by stalkers, possibly a field to use to hide the paragraph before or after the space. Somehow, stalkers can pull data they want to delete into fields in one's web pages and render it invisible except to the writers and persons they associate with closely. Computers are capable of computer-specific views. Read more at "Internet Censorship American Style by Mary Neal" in this FreeSpeakBlog.)

"Shared values" between the USA and Indonesia were exposed last fall as we watched militarized police attack peaceful protesters in Ferguson, Missouri as well as during the Occupy movement. See an InfoWars film at YouTube link https://youtu.be/lnXnWB0AZgg and embedded below. Throughout America, police insist on their "right" to kill unarmed Black people without accountability like their Indonesian brothers in uniform.

(Video: Police in Ferguson attack protesters and reporters with military equipment)

"Prosperity without freedom is just another form of poverty," President Obama said. "Because there are aspirations that human beings share - the liberty of knowing that your leader is accountable to you - and that you won't get locked up for disagreeing with them." The following December, he signed the NDAA (concentration camp) bill into law, which allows Americans to be indefinitely detained without trial for being perceived as "belligerent" by the White House.

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

Article repeated in comments:

Indonesia, USA
Comment 3 of 3

I cannot pretend to be anything other than belligerent while unarmed Black children, men and women are catastrophically injured and killed by police officers who are very seldom held accountable for their actions. My belligerence shows when mentally ill Americans of all races are deliberately deprived of treatment then killed during lunacy arrests or as jail and prison inmates in abusive correctional facilities throughout this nation, where the press is denied admittance like the press is denied admittance to West Papua. I am belligerent over living as a virtual prisoner in my home for security with my phones and computers taken over to prevent disclosure about my own disabled brother's secret murder. While the human and civil rights of Black people and mentally challenged people of every race are continually trampled, and with protesters and journalists enduring attacks and wrongful arrests, we must all raise a belligerent fist and say to the spirit of Indonesia everywhere, "All lives matter!"

NINE(9) REFERENCES:

1. Our Obama Bargain (Part 3 of 3): Obama in Indonesia
http://www.thenation.com/blog/172415/our-obama-bargain-part-3-3-obama-indonesia

2. Free West Papua
http://freewestpapua.org/

3. Obama hails Indonesia as example for world
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-pacific-11723650

4. Obama hails Indonesia's unity
http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2010/11/obama-hails-indonesia-s-unity/

5. Indonesia: Obama Should Make a Stand for Human Rights (Human Rights Watch, 11/08/2010)
http://www.hrw.org/news/2010/11/05/indonesia-obama-should-make-stand-human-rights

6. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 1
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33VHh3X1dkellKdms/view?usp=sharing

7. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 2
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33eFhpeGVOa2ZHS3c/view?usp=sharing

8. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 3
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33a2ZyM0NITDFBT28/view?usp=sharing

9. Interview with a West Papuan - Tape 4
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B7OOCl9xjk33X0JTYm5hblZwSmc/view?usp=sharing

(First Paragraph Repeated for Benefit of Certain Cellphone Users)

Human Rights Article by MaryLovesJustice
marylovesjustice@gmail.com

Phone (678) 531.0262 or (571)335-1741

Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
http://WrongfulDeathofLarryNeal.com

"Human Rights Demand" Radio Station Manager
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand

Justice Gagged blog
http://JusticeGagged.blogspot.com

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
http://AIMI-humanrights.blogspot.com

Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com

(Photo: Chained Writer's Hand)

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

Introductory paragraph added:

The president's survival as a child growing up in Indonesia may have depended on his ability to ignore the genocide of people who looked like him and identify with their oppressors. More than 500,000 indigenous people of West Papua, who are dark skinned people, were murdered by Indonesians, and genocide continues in smaller numbers today.