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INDONESIA GOVERNMENTS AND MILITARIEST SERIOUSLY KILLING AND ENDING WEST PAPUANS SOUL

MY VOICES AND MY PICTURE ARE COME FROM MY PEOPLE HEARTH AND ITS OUR NEW INSPIRATIONS FOR CHANGESTS OUR THE NEXT GENERATIONS
SBY IS FALS CAMPAIGNER ABOUT WEST PAPUA POLITICAL STATUTES IN THE INTERNATIONAL METINGS, FALS SPEAKERS TALKES IN OUTSIDERS


UN WHAT ARE YOU DO
ITS WRONG IN WEST PAPUA
MILITER BERTINDAK SEMENA-MENA DI PAPUA

EVERYTHING INDONESIA GOVERNMENT AND MILITARY DO IN WEST PAPUA IS WE SAVE IN OUR LIBRARIES FOR COMPLETING OUR OUTGOINS/GOALS POINTS FOR A FREE WEST PAPUA

INDONESIA GOVERNMENTS AND MILITARIEST SERIOUSLY KILLING AND ENDING WEST PAPUANS SOUL

Obama: Stand Up to the Indonesian Military

Obama pick for National Intelligence director linked to East Timor genocide
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Submitted by WW4 Report on Sat, 12/06/2008 - 18:39From the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN), Dec. 5:ETAN Opposes Adm. Blair as Director of National Intelligence"President-elect Barack Obama's rumored selection of Admiral Dennis C. Blair for Director of National Intelligence is unacceptable," the East Timor and Indonesia Action Network (ETAN) said today. "During his years as Pacific Commander, Blair actively worked to reinstate military assistance and deepen ties to Indonesia's military despite its ongoing human rights violations in East Timor and consistent record of impunity," said John M. Miller, National Coordinator of ETAN."

His actions demonstrate the failure of engagement to temper the Indonesian militarys behavior and his actions helped to reinforce impunity for senior Indonesian officials that continues to this day," added Miller. "He undermined the Clinton administration's belated efforts to support human rights and self-determination in the Indonesian-occupied territory and opposed congressional efforts to limit assistance."

"It is unfathomable that Obama would consider appointing someone to such a prominent position who has shown so little concern for human rights in the past. Can we expect someone who has sought to undermine efforts to link human rights to military assistance to be a champion of reform? We don't think this is the kind of change people are expecting," said Miller.

In April 1999, just days after Indonesian security forces and their militias carried out a brutal churchyard massacre, Adm. Blair delivered a message of 'business-as-usual' to Indonesian General Wiranto, then Commander of the Indonesian armed forces. Following East Timor's pro-independence vote, Blair sought the quickest possible restoration of military assistance, despite Indonesia's highly destructive exit.


Background

As Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific Command from February 1999 to May 2002 Blair was the highest ranking U.S. military official in the region during the final period of violence in East Timor, as Indonesian security forces and their militias killed, looted, and destroyed the country's infrastructure.

In April 1999, Blair met in Jakarta with General Wiranto, then the Defense Minister and the commander of Indonesian forces, just days after dozens of refugees in a Catholic church in the town of Liquica, East Timor were hacked to death by machetes by militia members backed by the military (including Kopassus) and Brimob troops.

Instead of pressuring Wiranto to shut down the militias, Blair promised new military assistance, which the military "took as a green light to proceed with the militia operation," according to Allan Nairn, writing in The Nation magazine at the time.

Nairn reported that a classified cable summarizing the meeting said that Admiral Blair "told the armed forces chief that he looks forward to the time when [the army will] resume its proper role as a leader in the region. He invited General Wiranto to come to Hawaii as his guest in conjunction with the next round of bilateral defense discussions in the July-August '99 time frame. He said Pacific command is prepared to support a subject matter expert exchange for doctrinal development. He expects that approval will be granted to send a small team to provide technical assistance to police and...selected TNI personnel on crowd control measures." Nairn writes that the last offer was "quite significant, because it would be the first new US training program for the Indonesian military since 1992."

Blair was fully aware of what was going on in East Timor at the time: "From a windowless concrete building near Blair's Pacific Command headquarters, seven intelligence analysts at the "Joint Intelligence Center," the world's largest military intelligence center, had tracked the movements of Indonesian and militia forces since May 1998," according to the Washington Post.

In the bloody aftermath of East Timor's independence vote, "Blair and other U.S. military officials took a forgiving view of the violence surrounding the referendum in East Timor. Given the country's history, they argued, it could have been worse. 'What they did was absolutely remarkable,' said one top Pentagon general," reported the Washington Post's Dana Priest.

Blair has acknowledged that U.S.-trained Indonesian military officers were among those allegedly involved in crimes against humanity in East Timor. "But at no point, Blair acknowledges, did he or his subordinates reach out to the Indonesian contacts trained through IMET or JCET to try to stop the brewing crisis," wrote Priest. "It is fairly rare that the personal relations made through an IMET [U.S.-funded military program] course can come into play in resolving a future crisis," he told her.

In April 2000, over the objections of U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Robert S. Gelbard, members of Congress and State Department officials, Blair made the first high-level visit to Indonesia since all military assistance was cut off in the aftermath of the 1999 independence referendum in East Timor.

Despite Blair's repeated overtures and forgiving attitude to Indonesia's military elite, they were of no help in his post-military role as chair of the Indonesia Commission at the influential Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). In 2002, Blair headed a delegation of observers who intended to visit West Papua. The government refused to let them in, with the Foreign Minister declaring that "there is no need for them to come to Papua.

"The reason was clear: West Papua has become the new focus of Indonesian military and militia brutality. The military's mission is to violently suppress West Papua's simmering independence movement, its sympathizers, and terrorize ordinary citizens—and outside observers are not welcome. Though Blair's dream of renewed military engagement with Indonesia has been realized under the Bush administration, the Indonesian military's human rights violations continue and as does impunity for its senior officers.
General Wiranto was indicted in February 2003 by a UN-backed court in East Timor for his command role in the 1999 violence. The attack on the Liquica church is among the crimes against humanity cited in the indictment. He is currently a leading candidate for President of Indonesia in elections to take place next year.

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BANGSA/TANAH/KEKAYAAN ALAM PAPUA BARAT DI KANTONG-KANTONG INVESTOR ASING
WAJAH BANGSA/TANAH/KEKAYAAN ALAM PAPUA DI KANTONG PEMODAL/ INVESTOR/ PEMBISNIS DUNIA

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TO PROTECK TO THE LOCAL PEOPLE IS VERRY IMPORTAND

INDONESIA BRUTALLY ACTIONS IN WEST PAPUA

INDONESIA BRUTALLY ACTIONS IN WEST PAPUA
INDONESIA MILITARY SERIOUSLY AND BRAVE TO ENDING WEST PAPUANS UNDER PANCASILA, UUD RI 1945 AND THE UN UNIVERSAL LAWS

I THINK WHAT INDONESIA DOING TO THE WEST PAPUANS IS WRONG AND ONLY MAKING CASES

I THINK WHAT INDONESIA DOING TO THE WEST PAPUANS IS WRONG AND ONLY MAKING CASES
INDONESIA CAN MUST BE OBEDIENTS TO THE GOD WHO HAVE THE CENTRAL LOVES AND DEMOCRATICES WHAT YOU ARE STILL VIOLATIONS BE CAUSE OF WEST PAPUA IS WRONG AND FALSES

CAMPAIGN FOR WEST PAPUA A PASIFIC REGIONS FREEDOM FROM INDONESIA BRUTALISTS WAYS

CAMPAIGN FOR WEST PAPUA A PASIFIC REGIONS FREEDOM FROM INDONESIA BRUTALISTS WAYS
WE WANT FREE

SBY-KALLA WHAT YOU ARE DOING IN WEST PAPUA NOW ADAYS, I THINK WE HAVE TO HELPS THE INDONESIANS GOV

SBY-KALLA WHAT YOU ARE DOING IN WEST PAPUA NOW ADAYS, I THINK WE HAVE TO HELPS THE INDONESIANS GOV
WE HAVE TO HELPS INDONESIANS GOVERNMENTS, MILITARIES, SOCIATIES, AND SO ON SO FAR AND NOW ADAYS A TIMES FOR GIVES FREE TO THE WEST PAPUANS NOT BY WARS AND TERRORS BUT BY PEACEFUL WAYS

INDONESIANS (GOVERNMENT, MILITARY, TNI-POLRI, INTELIGENTS AND SO ON)

INDONESIANS (GOVERNMENT, MILITARY, TNI-POLRI, INTELIGENTS AND SO ON)
BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE THE TRUE RIGHTS INDONESIA YOU CAN KILLING ME, ATTACKING ME, TURTERING ME, AND SO ON UNDER YOUR UUD 1945 AND PANCASILA AND THE INTERNATIONAL ALWS, GLOBALISM LAWS, UNDER GOD HE WHO HAVE TRUE RIGHTS AND DEMOCRATICES, BECAUSE YOU ARE STUPID AND BLIND EYES OF THESES

YOUR TRUE DEMOCRACY WE NEED NOT MILITARY AND WARS

YOUR TRUE DEMOCRACY WE NEED NOT MILITARY AND WARS
PHISICES WARS WE DON'T LIKE AT THIS TIMES AND FOR THE NEXT COME TIMES

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WEST PAPUA ISLAND

WEST PAPUA ISLAND
THE LAND OF WEST PAPUA

ITS NOT YOUR DUTY

ITS NOT YOUR DUTY
WE CARE WITH OUR NATURAL RESOURCES

DAYS BY DAYS, WEEK BY WEEKS WE PAST THEM WITH BLOODING, TEARS, SORROWLFULL,AND SUDDENDLY

DAYS BY DAYS, WEEK BY WEEKS WE PAST THEM WITH BLOODING, TEARS, SORROWLFULL,AND SUDDENDLY
BECAUSE OF THE INDONESIA GOVERNMENT IS PRODUCT SO MANY MILITARIEST, (TNI-POLRI AND INTELIGENCES) IN WEST PAPUA

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President Obama is committed to creating the most open and accessible administration in American history. To send questions, comments, concerns, or well-wishes to the President or his staff, please use the form below:
Thank you.
You can also call or write to the President:
The White House1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NWWashington, DC 20500
Gifts & Items Sent to the White House
Items sent to the White House are often significantly delayed and can be irreparably harmed during the security screening process. Therefore, please do not send items of personal importance, such as family photographs, because items may not be returned.
For security reasons, please do not send consumable gifts -- such as food, flowers, and other perishable items -- to the White House. While President Obama, the First Lady, Vice President Biden, and Dr. Biden appreciate your thoughtfulness, they request that instead you look to your local community for opportunities to assist your neighbors in need.
Phone Numbers
Comments: 202-456-1111Switchboard: 202-456-1414FAX: 202-456-2461
TTY/TDD
Comments: 202-456-6213Visitors Office: 202-456-2121