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Indonesian forces claim self-defence in killing of Papuan separatist suspects but witness accounts differ
Janius Bagau carried by his two brothers, Soni (black T-shirt) and Yustinus (in green and yellow top) to a local health clinic on Feb 15, 2021.
Janius Bagau carried by his two brothers, Soni (black T-shirt) and Yustinus (in green and yellow top) to a local health clinic on Feb 15, 2021.PHOTO: REUTERS
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JAKARTA (REUTERS) - One mid-February morning in the central highlands of the Indonesian province of Papua, the army said Prada Ginanjar Arianda, a 22-year-old member of the 400 Banteng Raiders commando battalion, was shot in the stomach by separatist fighters and died.

About 24 hours later, after a sweep by security forces through nearby hamlets that sent hundreds of residents fleeing to the safety of two churches, distraught family members were at a health clinic collecting the bodies of three brothers, Janius, Soni and Yustinus Bagau.

Ever since Papua was incorporated into Indonesia after a United Nations-supervised vote by only about 1,025 people in 1969, Indonesia has tried to quell a rebellion among its distinct Melanesian indigenous population of about 2.5 million who are seeking independence. Papua, rich in resources, has among the worst poverty rates in Indonesia despite US$7.4 billion (S$10 billion) of funding by the central government over the past 20 years.

In a statement to media the day after the shootings, the military said the brothers were armed separatists who tried to seize their weapons and were killed by security forces in an act of self-defence. The military did not specify who it held responsible for Arianda's death.

Reuters spoke to more than a dozen people, including a Catholic priest and a local government official, family members and human rights monitors by phone and also reviewed photos of the men's bodies, a report on the killing of the brothers by human rights investigators in Papua and other evidence which all cast doubt on the official version of how the men died.

Indonesia is the world's third-largest democracy, the biggest economy in fast-growing Southeast Asia and an increasingly important global diplomatic player in efforts to resolve conflicts in Myanmar and Afghanistan. But the United Nations and rights advocates say its security forces are carrying out grave abuses at home.


"We are continuing to receive credible reports of excessive use of force by the military and police, including extrajudicial killings, harassment, arbitrary arrests and detention of indigenous Papuans," Ravina Shamdasani, a spokeswoman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, told Reuters.

Since 2010, there have been 178 unlawful killings of civilians by security forces in the Papua region, according to data from Amnesty International. In the past three years alone, Amnesty said there had been at least 83 victims.

Indonesia's coordinating minister for security Mahfud MD did not respond to detailed findings and questions sent to his office last Tuesday (March 30) related to the men's deaths and broader concerns of human rights abuses by security forces in Papua. He released a statement on Wednesday to the media saying that Papua was part of Indonesia and this "will be maintained at all costs necessary." An adviser to Indonesia's president referred Reuters to Mahfud.

The military declined to comment directly on the findings and questions. A spokesman for its Papua command, Colonel Gusti Nyoman Suriastawa, sent a short statement to Reuters accusing separatists, some of them operating under cover as civilians, of terrorising the region.


The armed wing of the separatist Free Papua Organisation (OPM) has killed 11 civilians and wounded four more since January 2020, according to human rights groups and analysts.

A spokesman for the Papuan armed separatists, Sebby Sambom, said the armed uprising was legitimate as former colonial power the Netherlands promised independence to Papua before it was annexed by Indonesia in 1963 and the small vote in 1969 was not an expression of Papuan aspirations.

Indonesia claims Papua as its territory, citing the UN's role in the vote and the Netherlands' recognition of its sovereignty. Sambom said civilians who were killed by the OPM were enemy spies and targeting them was "normal in a war situation." Verifying human rights abuses in Papua is difficult. Foreign media have been banned from visiting the area since a deadly crackdown by security forces on mass protests by indigenous people in late 2019.

A 2018 request by the UN human rights commissioner for access to the region has not been approved by the Indonesian government after the two sides failed to agree on terms.

'Shot in the arm'
On Feb 15, the day of the shooting, soldiers and police went looking for the perpetrators and searched for weapons among the homes and small farms in Mamba village. Residents told Reuters the soldiers regularly fired their weapons in the air and questioned at least a dozen men.

Janius Bagau, the eldest brother, in his early 30s, was one of those interrogated. The military said in its statement he made a run for it, ignored warnings to stop and was shot in the arm before jumping into a ravine and escaping.

An account compiled from at least five witnesses by the Justice and Peace Secretariat at the Timika Diocese of the Catholic Church said Janius fled because he was beaten and stabbed with a bayonet in his thigh while being interrogated.

Reuters could not independently verify the group's account.

After a perilous journey down a muddy road in the thick jungle, carried by villagers on a stretcher fashioned from a sarong and two wooden poles, Janius was placed in a black pick-up truck and taken to a nearby health clinic in the late afternoon, four witnesses told Reuters.

Spying a small bracelet on the wrist of Janius' brother Yustinus depicting the Morning Star flag, a popular symbol of Papuan independence banned by the Indonesian government, the security forces detained Yustinus before the group could enter the clinic front gate, the witnesses said.

At least four were told to leave but Janius, his wife Rut Sondegau and brother Soni were allowed inside the clinic complex.

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'I screamed'
At the Sugapa clinic, Janius was taken into a treatment room, accompanied by Rut and Soni, both 25. They were met there by health workers, and a group of soldiers entered shortly after, Rut told Reuters.

The nurse wanted to put in an intravenous infusion but the soldiers forbade it and then started hitting her husband, Rut said.

Rut and Soni and the health workers were ordered from the room and the health workers then fled, she said. Staff at the health clinic did not respond to requests for an interview.

As Rut and Soni were moved to a different room, Rut said she could hear Janius screaming.

"He screamed out that they had cut his neck. Then, immediately, he did not scream," she told Reuters.

The soldiers started interrogating Soni. "They asked him: 'Where are the weapons?'. Soni said: 'I do not know'," Rut said.

"They took off Soni's clothes and tortured him and stabbed him with a knife," said Rut, who said she witnessed the scene and saw him die. "I screamed: 'God, the Father.'" Rut hid in the health clinic's staff quarters during the night before escaping early next morning to a nearby church.

Reuters could not independently confirm Rut's account.

The head of the local government, Natilus Tabuni, said he told local leaders that the brothers were dead. At about 9am, Rut said she and the priest, Justinus Rahangiar, family members and a local government official, went to the health clinic to pick up the dead bodies of Janius, Soni and Yustinus, which were packed in orange body bags with their hands bound.

Photos of Soni's corpse shared with Reuters show his face bloodied and bruised, with cuts on his face and ear. Three family members and Father Justinus confirmed that the photos were of Soni.


Indonesian security forces sign release forms for family members collecting the bodies of the Bagau brothers at the Sugapa health clinic on Feb 16, 2021. PHOTO: REUTERS
Dr Lindsey Thomas, a forensics expert affiliated with Physicians for Human Rights, a US-based non-profit group that advocates against mass atrocities, reviewed the photos of Soni and said his wounds were consistent with blunt force injuries.

But she said it was impossible to ascertain from the photos what caused the wounds, or how he died. Father Justinus denied the men were shot and described the three bodies as "battered" when he saw them.

The account of the deaths by the military, known as the TNI, paints a different picture to that pieced together by Reuters.

"The three of them tried to escape, attacked and attempted to seize weapons from the joint military-police team guarding the health clinic. The team swiftly killed the three people," military spokesman Suriastawa said in the statement.

Rut said that was not true. "Soni never went for their weapons," she told Reuters. She said the three men were separated and Janius and Soni did not attempt to escape before they were attacked by the soldiers.

Rag-tag but well armed
The OPM, which is seeking independence for Papua, does not appear to be a formidable fighting force. Recent videos and photos from the central highlands show some of the fighters in shorts and old T-shirts, with some holding semi-automatic weapons.

But in the Intan Jaya local government area, where the Bagau brothers lived and died, the OPM has become especially active and effective in the past two years, said locals and analysts.

The region of some 40,000 people was created in 2008, one of many local government areas formed and funded under the central government's "Special Autonomy" programme for Papua.

Home to the undeveloped Wabu block gold and copper deposit that has been valued at US$14 billion and is owned by Indonesia's central government, Intan Jaya has been destabilised by disputed local election results and allegations of corruption, say locals and analysts. An influx of military and police, whose tactics some experts say are brutal and inept, has inflamed separatist sentiment.

In its statement to the media the day after the shootings, the military said the brothers were members of the OPM's armed wing and had "often carried out acts of terror." As evidence, it said two of them had signed what the military described as a "war declaration" that was sent to military and police in Intan Jaya by the local OPM commander, Undius Kogoya.

The undated, hand-written document, seen by Reuters, identifies the area the group calls its "battlefield" and boasts of shooting security forces. None of the Bagau brothers' names are listed on the document.

Kogoya could not be reached for comment. Police did not tell Reuters when exactly they received the document, and declined to comment further.

Janius, who worked at a small finance company, had two children and was a candidate to become village chief, the Timika Diocese's Justice and Peace Secretariat said. Soni and Yustinus were both married and worked as farmers, the humans rights group said.

"They were residents of the village, not members of the OPM," Tabuni, the district chief, told Reuters.

Military spokesman Suriastawa declined to comment directly on whether he still believed the brothers were members of the OPM.

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Another recent case

Protesters during a rally calling for their right to self-determination in the Indonesian controlled part of Papua, in Jakarta on Dec 1, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS
In September, Reverend Yeremia Zanambani, also from Intan Jaya, was shot dead in a pigpen, likely killed by soldiers searching for weapons the day after another soldier's death, according to the National Commission on Human Rights, an independent body established by the Indonesian government.

Suriastawa said the military "respected" the finding but did not say the army was responsible for the killing.

The pastor's death followed the abduction and killing of Luther and Apinus Zanambani, relatives of Yeremia, by the military in April. The commander of the army's military police, Dodik Widjanarko, identified nine soldiers as suspects in the case in December. He said the men's bodies were burned and their remains thrown into a river.

The military initially blamed separatists for the deaths of all three Zanambanis. The central government and military only launched their own inquiries after the release of findings of investigations into the killings by Jakarta-based and Papua-based rights groups.

The UN human rights office's Shamdasani said there was a need for independent investigations that show results, adding a lack of transparency feeds a "cycle of violence."


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There are still separatist forces there ?
Papua is vast and mostly jungle and has long border with Papua nugini, not easy to eliminate the separatist force who use guerilla warfare, but the intensity is much low compared to Afghanistan, It is under control and all cities are safe and calm, only some parts in the mountains that some time has clashes.


 

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Papua is vast and mostly jungle and has long border with Papua nugini, not easy to eliminate the separatist force who use guerilla warfare, but the intensity is much low compared to Afghanistan, It is under control and all cities are safe and calm, only some parts in the mountains that some time has clashes.


Jakarta took all monies from Grasberg.

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Actually military activities in Papua has decreased by a lot compared to when it was during the Soeharto era... The focus in Papua these days is in infrastructure building with the main purpose to equalize wealth distribution there and better the living conditions for the citizens... Most Papuans are proud citizens of Indonesia and are happy with the ongoing progress in Papua, most also considers the OPM (Free Papua Organization) as criminals and terrorists..

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What are the advantages of West Papua being a part of Indonesia?
As part of Indonesia, West Papua is undergoing a lot of development. The massive growth of infrastructure by the government is one of the things that makes West Papua better. You should come and see West Papua, how this region is well developed, or are being developed.
As one of the 34 provinces in Indonesia, if we compare to the other countries located around West Papua, like the Pacific countries, West Papua is developed more thoroughly.
I will give you some examples that portray our life in West Papua;
West Papua is one of the regions in Indonesia that has 48 airports, the most number of airports in Pacific countries.
Domine Eduard Osok Airport

Mozes Kilangin Airport
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Mopah Airport
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Wamena Airport
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By 2019, West Papua has 48 airports and 15 seaports. The grandest one was finished in October 2019, the Sorong’s Domine Eduard Osok Airport. I believe that airports are the gate of every region. And in 2020, 6 airports in Papua Province, 4 airports in West Papua Province, also 6 new seaports will be built soon.
The airports will attract tourists to come and explore West Papua. I read somewhere in the news that statistically, around 44,000 domestic and international tourists visit West Papua every year.

"Papua Bangkit Stadium" or The Rising Papua Stadium



In June 2019, West Papua currently had a new big stadium, called “Stadion Papua Bangkit” (Rising Papua Stadium). This is the grandest and second-largest stadium in Indonesia, and With an area of 13.7 hectares, Papua Bangkit Stadium is the largest sports stadium in the Pacific and already has international and FIFA standards. This stadium is built in preparation for the 2020 National Sports Week (PON). The location of this stadium is on the edge of the road between Sentani to Jayapura.

Trans-Papua Road
Now the govt target is to complete all of the remaining uncovered Trans-Papua roads. You can see these two articles https://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2017/03/07/trans-papua-road-set-to-be-completed-next-year.html and https://finance.detik.com/infrastru...ua-ruas-jayapura-wamena-tersambung-maret-2020. The reports showed us that West Papua Province had finished the construction of the Papua inter-region highway: 1,071-km Trans-Papua roads. The government's target is to complete all of the remaining 30 km uncovered Trans-Papua highway, and the whole 4,330 km Trans-Papua Roads will be completed in March 2020. People do not have to walk through the dense forest for weeks to get to the cities anymore.

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- in 2020, some 20+ civilian contractors working in one of the segments of the trans-papua highway was kidnapped by a group of OPM guerillas and were all later executed...

The Youtefa Bridge

Jayapura
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The new icon in West Papua is the Youtefa Bridge in Youtefa Bay that finished in October 2019. From that bridge. The bridge is beneficial to every resident because it shortens the distance and reduces time from Jayapura City to Muara Tami District and the Skouw Cross-Country Post (PLBN) Skouw border area of Indonesia-Papua New Guinea.

Health Care
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Right now, the quality of public health is an essential element for Human Rights in West Papua. Around 3 million West Papuans now have access to free healthcare given by the Indonesian government. This program aims to reduce maternal and infant mortality, providing the fundamental rights to live.

Free Education

These videos
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show that West Papua is on the top with 67 universities compared to the other Pacific countries. Fiji and Solomon Islands each has five, Papua New Guinea has 37, while Vanuatu has two universities.

Fast Internet with Palapa Ring
Nowadays, a high-speed internet network can be accessed from Sabang in the west to Merauke in the east, from the northernmost island of Miangas to the southernmost island of Rote. The Palapa Ring network was constructed in stages starting from the western region, which was completed in 2018. The central region's network was completed early this year. The eastern part, the last on the system, included 42 districts and cities in Papua, West Papua, Maluku, and East Nusa Tenggara.
The fast internet access has spread on West Papua; in the Arfak Mountains, Wondama Bay, Bintuni Bay, and other regions. Internet speed can reach 10Mbps in the villages and 20Mbps in the cities.
West Papua is going through many changes, many developments, and I think West Papua's development is really on the right track. Everything in West Papua was built in a relatively short time to fulfill the people's need immediately. Come to West Papua; we will welcome you with our widest smile and warmest hug!

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Building the Trans Papua Highway


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In addition to that :
- All Papuan governors, regents, mayors are all native Papuans (Melanesians)...
- Chief of Police in Papua is native Papuan

Although not to scale, Just like what China is doing in Xinjiang, we too are working hard to build Papua and elevate the standard of living for the people there with better infrastructure, health, education and job opportunities... however many western media still portray this development with negative bias... for example, building the trans Papua highway will destroy the environment, facilitate exploitation of resources, displace people and repress the native Papuans even more... but if we don't build anything, they will claim that we are neglecting the native Papuans, keeping them in poverty and only looting the resources of Papua... Papua is a huge (mostly) virgin territory with a population of only about 5 million, yet we are now investing billions in these territory...
 

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Indonesia brutally killed the black people of Papua. However, because Indonesia is an Islamic country, Islamic countries do not condemn Indonesia and China does not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries. Therefore, China does not condemn Indonesia. The United States does not care about human rights, especially black human rights, and needs to use Indonesia. Against China, so USA do not condemn Indonesia. Indonesia once killed half of the population of East Timor and killed 500,000 Chinese. Indonesia is a barbaric and racist country that has not been punished.
In this country of Indonesia, the government is corrupt, and the people are mobs who are always excited.
Indonesians will riot anytime and anywhere. This barbaric race originated in the jungle and only understands the laws of the jungle. Years ago, I watched this unedited video. Indonesians used a knife to slash the victim’s body and hit the deceased’s head with a wooden stick.

The unedited original video has been deleted on YOUTUBE, and only the edited version was found. Despite this, the barbaric nationality of the Indonesians can still be revealed. In fact, Indonesians are also a cowardly nation. Indonesians have never fought against colonists for freedom, and independence depends on the colonists' abandonment. Colonialism and barbaric jungle culture are shaped together, and Indonesians are a country with no moral bottom line. The biggest feeling for foreigners traveling in Indonesia is that Indonesian eyes are full of greed and violence. Indonesians always want to take something from you.
 
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Indonesia once killed half of the population of East Timor and killed 500,000 Chinese
Lol if you can easily believe this western propaganda "news" regarding us, then you should also believe those western propaganda news about what's happening in Xinjiang.. or the propaganda that Iraq has WMD..

There were no genocide ever against Papuans or east Timor or Chinese Indonesians..

Actually one of the reasons why I don't really believe those Xinjiang genocide claims by the west is because we were also once a target of those same smear campaigns by the west (especially Australia)..
 

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Indon took all gold and copper from Grasberg leaving only crumps for locals.

Shame on you guys.
 

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Lol if you can easily believe this western propaganda "news" regarding us, then you should also believe those western propaganda news about what's happening in Xinjiang.. or the propaganda that Iraq has WMD..

There were no genocide ever against Papuans or east Timor or Chinese Indonesians..

Actually one of the reasons why I don't really believe those Xinjiang genocide claims by the west is because we were also once a target of those same smear campaigns by the west (especially Australia)..
There has never been a genocide in Xinjiang. Whether you admit it or not, if you look carefully at my previous views, you will find that I agree with China's study of Indonesia's policy of forced racial assimilation. The Chinese are too accommodating to ethnic minorities, causing ethnic minorities to lose respect for Han people. I strongly urge the Chinese government to use an iron fist to suppress Uyghur Islamic terrorists. Uyghur Islamic terrorists and Indonesian mobs have the same barbaric root, which is to deal with hatred, hostility and racial discrimination against other ethnic groups. The difference is that in Indonesia, you mobs ruled the country and used the power of the state apparatus to kill and bully ethnic minorities. In China, the Chinese government indulged your mob's barbarism because of political correctness. The mob imitated the terrorists in the Middle East to carry out a large number of terrorist attacks. Finally let the government strictly manage the mob.
Indon took all gold and copper from Grasberg leaving only crumps for locals.

Shame on you guys.
I really envy Vietnam. It completely destroyed the Champa country and turned these jungle barbarians into civilized people. Unfortunately, these jungle demons fled to China’s Hainan Island and are now turning certain areas of Hainan Island into Saudi Arabia.
 

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Lol if you can easily believe this western propaganda "news" regarding us, then you should also believe those western propaganda news about what's happening in Xinjiang.. or the propaganda that Iraq has WMD..

There were no genocide ever against Papuans or east Timor or Chinese Indonesians..

Actually one of the reasons why I don't really believe those Xinjiang genocide claims by the west is because we were also once a target of those same smear campaigns by the west (especially Australia)..
Picture than thousand words.

 
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There has never been a genocide in Xinjiang. Whether you admit it or not, if you look carefully at my previous views, you will find that I agree with China's study of Indonesia's policy of forced racial assimilation. The Chinese are too accommodating to ethnic minorities, causing ethnic minorities to lose respect for Han people. I strongly urge the Chinese government to use an iron fist to suppress Uyghur Islamic terrorists. Uyghur Islamic terrorists and Indonesian mobs have the same barbaric root, which is to deal with hatred, hostility and racial discrimination against other ethnic groups. The difference is that in Indonesia, you mobs ruled the country and used the power of the state apparatus to kill and bully ethnic minorities. In China, the Chinese government indulged your mob's barbarism because of political correctness. The mob imitated the terrorists in the Middle East to carry out a large number of terrorist attacks. Finally let the government strictly manage the mob.

I really envy Vietnam. It completely destroyed the Champa country and turned these jungle barbarians into civilized people. Unfortunately, these jungle demons fled to China’s Hainan Island and are now turning certain areas of Hainan Island into Saudi Arabia.
Japanese ladies love Indonesian man...........:bunny:

Dewa 19, Indonesian band live performance in Tokyo, Japan, 2003

 

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Japanese ladies love Indonesian man...........:bunny:

Dewa 19, Indonesian band live performance in Tokyo, Japan, 2003

The Japanese sex concept has always stayed at the animal stage, so Japanese pornography is more indecent than European and American pornography. In Japan, if a woman is still a virgin at the age of 20, she will be laughed at by her peers as an old virgin, so many Japanese women go to Indonesia to find a beach boy in order to lose their virginity. I have known this situation a long time ago. Japanese women use you as masturbation sticks. This is no different from the sex tourism industry in which western sex tourists go to Angel City in the Philippines to find child prostitutes.
There was already news a few years ago that a Japanese principal had sex with at least 10,000 young child prostitutes in the Philippines.
These shameful sex tourism have destroyed the morality and dignity of a country, and made the whole society even more humiliated and shameless. I don’t understand why you are proud of this. Both the Philippines and Indonesia are visited by sex tourists. The only difference is that the Japanese are freaks and Japanese women also join sex tourism.
 
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I see a lot of Chinese hate towards Malaysia and Indonesia, but shouldn't they appreciate that Malaysia and Indonesia host millions of Chinese? In Malaysia it's almost 25% of the country!

Will China allow millions of Malays and Indonesians to settle in China and form 25% of their population?

In another thread some Chinese member said Hui in China should not complain about past massacres and should be happy they are allowed to even exist. By similar logic, maybe Chinese should stop complaining about past treatment of their people in foreign countries.
 

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I see a lot of Chinese hate towards Malaysia and Indonesia, but shouldn't they appreciate that Malaysia and Indonesia host millions of Chinese? In Malaysia it's almost 25% of the country!

Will China allow millions of Malays and Indonesians to settle in China and form 25% of their population?

In another thread some Chinese member said Hui in China should not complain about past massacres and should be happy they are allowed to even exist. By similar logic, maybe Chinese should stop complaining about past treatment of their people in foreign countries.
Where have you been when there so many anti Chinese thread in PDF posted by some Indonesia member? :cuckoo:
 

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