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Indonesia

Indonesia, country located off the coast of mainland Southeast Asia in the Indian and Pacific oceans. It is an archipelago that lies across the Equator and spans a distance equivalent to one-eighth of Earth’s circumference. Its islands can be grouped into the Greater Sunda Islands of Sumatra (Sumatera), Java (Jawa), the southern extent of Borneo (Kalimantan), and Celebes (Sulawesi); the Lesser Sunda Islands (Nusa Tenggara) of Bali and a chain of islands that runs eastward through Timor; the Moluccas (Maluku) between Celebes and the island of New Guinea; and the western extent of New Guinea (generally known as Papua). The capital, Jakarta, is located near the northwestern coast of Java. In the early 21st century Indonesia was the most populous country in Southeast Asia and the fourth most populous in the world.

Indonesia was formerly known as the Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East Indies). Although Indonesia did not become the country’s official name until the time of independence, the name was used as early as 1884 by a German geographer; it is thought to derive from the Greek indos, meaning “India,” and nesos, meaning “island.” After a period of occupation by the Japanese (1942–45) during World War II, Indonesia declared its independence from the Netherlands in 1945. Its struggle for independence, however, continued until 1949, when the Dutch officially recognized Indonesian sovereignty. It was not until the United Nations (UN) acknowledged the western segment of New Guinea as part of Indonesia in 1969 that the country took on its present form. The former Portuguese territory of East Timor (Timor-Leste) was incorporated into Indonesia in 1976. Following a UN-organized referendum in 1999, however, East Timor declared its independence and became fully sovereign in 2002.

Eight People In Indonesia Caught Not Wearing Masks Punished By Having To Dig Graves Of COVID Victims

Eight People In Indonesia Caught Not Wearing Masks Punished By Having To Dig Graves Of COVID Victims

In a headline that could soon wind up coming out of the U.S. if Joe Biden is elected President, eight people in Indonesia were forced to dig the graves of coronavirus victims as penance for not wearing their masks when leaving their homes. The punishment is supposed to act as a "deterrent" for others to not violate Covid-19 guidelines, according to the Evening Standard. The persons suspected of ...
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UN Propaganda 'Pacific Unite: Saving Lives Together' Concert Targets Pacific Islands for Rise of New World Order

UN Propaganda ‘Pacific Unite: Saving Lives Together’ Concert Targets Pacific Islands for Rise of New World Order

The United Nations hosted a virtual event featuring artists, political leaders, and activists from 12 Pacific Island nations on Aug. 15. The multi-hour event, Pacific Unite: Saving Lives Together, ostensibly aimed to generate global solidarity in the fight against COVID-19 and raise awareness of the unique challenges facing Pacific Islanders. In many ways, it followed in the footsteps of Global Citizen's One World: Together At Home and Global Goal: Unite ...
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At least 20 killed, dozens injured in Papua unrest: Indonesia

At least 20 killed, dozens injured in Papua unrest: Indonesia

Wamena (Indonesia) (AFP) – At least 20 people were killed and dozens more injured as fresh unrest erupted in Indonesia’s restive Papua region Monday, with some victims burned to death in buildings set ablaze by protesters, authorities said. “Most of them died in a fire,” said Papua military spokesman Eko Daryanto. “The death toll could go up because many were trapped in burning kiosks,” he added ...
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Report: 2019 World Watch List Released Exposing the Top Countries who Persecuted Christians in 2018

Report: 2019 World Watch List Released Exposing the Top Countries who Persecuted Christians in 2018

Last year, Christians were persecuted more than ever before in the modern era — and this year is expected to be worse: "4,136 Christians were killed for faith-related reasons," according to Open Doors USA in its recently published World Watch List 2019 (WWL) of the top 50 nations where Christians are persecuted. "On average, that's 11 Christians killed every day for their faith." Additionally, "2,625 Christians ...
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The Beginnings of BCCI's Arrival in America, the Bank that would Quickly Become a Magnet for Drug Money Laundering and Other Corruption

The Beginnings of BCCI’s Arrival in America, the Bank that would Quickly Become a Magnet for Drug Money Laundering and Other Corruption

Two Indonesian billionaires come to Arkansas. Mochtar Riady and Liem Sioe Liong are close to Indonesian President, General Suharto. Riady is looking for an American bank to buy. Riady's agent is Jackson Stephens, who also brokers the arrival of BCCI to this country and steers BCCI's founder, Hassan Abedi, to Bert Lance. Apparently because of pressure from Indonesia, Riady withdraws his bid to buy Lance's 30% ...
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Indonesia Invades East Timor Hours After President Ford & Henry Kissinger left Indonesia after Meeting in Jakarta with Indonesian Dictator General Suharto

Indonesia Invades East Timor Hours After President Ford & Henry Kissinger left Indonesia after Meeting in Jakarta with Indonesian Dictator General Suharto

Indonesia invaded East Timor, a small Christian country (predominantly Catholic) and Portugese colony north of Australia rich in oil reserves. East Timor should have won its independence on 28 November 1975 when the majority FRETILIN party (accused of being communist, but never confirmed) declared independence, however an incursion was launched about 3 weeks later, the day after U.S. President Gerald Ford and Secretary of State Henry ...
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Henry Kissinger's Plan for Food Control Population Reduction is Introduced

Henry Kissinger’s Plan for Food Control Population Reduction is Introduced

National Security Study Memorandum 200: Implications of Worldwide Population Growth for U.S. Security and Overseas Interests (NSSM200) was completed by the United States National Security Council under the direction of Henry Kissinger. It was adopted as official U.S. policy by President Gerald Ford in November 1975. It was originally classified, but was later declassified and obtained by researchers in the early 1990s. Kissinger’s 1974 Plan for Food Control Genocide by Joseph Brewda | Dec ...
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