By Guy Fawkes and Judas Iscariot
Jun 25, 2007, 09:50
Never mind the lack of an apology for the families of the murdered men. Never mind an inquiry into whether Gough Whitlam should be tried for murder and treason. Never mind whether Air Chief Marshall Houston should be suspended from his job with a view to his being invited to change citizenship. Never mind the years of cover up including a recent one over the Balibo killings by the British Government. We say let no Australian doubt that their government and appointed lackies just laid down for Jakarta like some common street whore, but why? Is it because of the frequent scare-mongering by Australian Federalists to a cowardly element within Australia’s population that they somehow have to appease Jakarta to avoid any possibility of an invasion by the TNI? Don’t laugh, so many Australians say this phobia exists even though Indonesia has less military might than tiny Singapore, even less ability to fight armed combatants (rather than unarmed civilians), have only ever been able to win military campaigns dressed in opposition uniforms against much small forces and then again only with the permission and help of the USA, and the only true invasion attempt by the TNI themselves against parts of Malaysia saw them being humiliated. The Indonesian military are no threat to anyone except their own people.
Of course the reason for this sell out is the fact that Australia, Britain and the USA derive vast sums of money for their major corporations from Indonesia, especially West Papua where the Freeport mining operation alone accounts for over 20% of the Republic of Indonesia’s tax income! It pays to remember the USA likes proxy colonies such as West Papua where obliging TNI henchmen allow US and allied businesses to enjoy preferential treatment and where communism can be kept at bay; because the USA has a stated mandate against true colonies since its war of independence of course. Of course both Britain and Australia pick up some almighty crumbs from Uncle Sam’s foreign policy table. So perhaps, are the likes of Howard, Whitlam and Houston doing their jobs well and doing Australians generally a favour? We believe not. We along with many economists believe the job and overall wealth creation with a fair, open, decent, transparent, truly democratic Indonesia or separated states thereof would actually be greater than it is for the English speaking "axis of evil" right now; the people of Indonesia would benefit hugely too. We believe the only people who would lose out financially apart from the evil that runs Indonesia would be the large western corporate shareholders, because profits would likely be lower.
We wonder exactly what financial interests Australian politicians and senior employees like Air Chief Marshall Houston have in the likes of BHP Billiton whose involvement in Indonesia is well known and whose 2007 company results turned the Australian stock market around, hurrah! We wonder also what investments they all have directly in Indonesia, as slowly but surely more get named as owners of this hotel and that business in the RI. Questions to the Australian Government about if and where such Indonesian interests are publicly listed somehow escape their public declarations to not only reply but promptly so and instead are greeted with a stone wall.
As we reported previously, the Federal Australian Government forced NSW coroner Dorelle Pinch to hold certain elements of her enquiry behind closed doors, so it seems very likely to us that these same self-interested sell-out federalists are likely now making her ears bleed with statements warning her not to harm Australia’s greater interests, when such interests are very selective and we would say contrary to the best interests of the vast majority of Australians. So it is now official that the corner is “currently considering the submissions by numerous parties” yet whether these submissions include political pressure to deliver a decision opposite to evidence can not be commented upon, hmmmm. So it is we will have to wait and see if Mark Tedeschi, QC’s statement the evidence demands that at least two Indonesian citizens be referred to the International War Crimes Tribunal will prevail, or whether fresh moves to further whitewash one of the sorriest episode’s in decent Australia’s history will suffocate their and the world’s best interests.
We appeal to Dorelle Pinch to deliver a just verdict that is neither influenced by political pressure at home or by International human rights desires to see Jakarta brought to justice. We thank you for your decency, commitment to justice and sense of humanity to date to deliver honest answers to some very important politically unsavory questions, and hope this integrity will continue. At any rate, right now, we want to say we believe every decent Australian should not just be proud of you, but should hold you up as an Australian heroine.
We hope that Australians, British, Americans, New Zealanders and others will show they are neither like or happy with their politicians both when it comes to those all important domestic elections and by how we all spend our money. How it is possible for us each, personally and individually, to help maintain the unlawful hate regime in Jakarta and the foreign dogs they support by spending our holiday dollars and investment money in their evil, suppressive nation. Far better we vote consciously at our own polls and by spending our money elsewhere, outside Indonesia. By cutting off the money supply to these thugs in office we may help end their murderous reign over a suppressed civilian population which they have no true legal jurisdiction over whatsoever, just that given to them by Washington DC and their breadcrumb grabbing puppets in London and Canberra.