Tuesday, May 22, 2012



Indonesia is the world's 'third largest democracy', and the CIA is very active there.

There are to be presidential elections in 2014.

In May 2012, it was reported that three American warships were to arrive in Surabaya in Indonesia to take part in an exercise with the Indonesian navy.

US warships visit to cost business players $3.15 million


Lady Gaga is stirring things up in Indonesia.

"Lady Gaga ... is an expression of America's incredible ability to project soft power. Inviting and provocative, she promotes Western values..."


Lady Gaga is reported to be a victim of the CIA's MK ULTRA brainwashing.


There are various strange 'American' churches in Indonesia.

The Saudis, who reportedly do the work of the CIA, have reportedly poured money into the promotion of the Islamists in Indonesia.

A recent survey in Indonesia found that almost 50% of respondents think Indonesia has got worse since 1998, the year that the CIA toppled the Indonesian president.

Insight: Indonesia, 14 years after the fall of Soeharto


The USA, Europe and Australia may be worried about growing 'economic nationalism' in Indonesia.

Indonesia's drift erodes its democracy

"Foreign mining companies will be required to divest their majority stakes after 10 years, and have been slapped with a 20 per cent export tax for a host of commodities that aren’t first smelted or further processed.

"This new economic nationalism confirms that producer interests, often associated with business oligarchs, have captured Indonesia’s democracy. The problem is compounded by pervasive and deep-seated corruption..."


One of the candidates for the Indonesian presidency is an Arab-Indonesian, with links to the Rothschilds.

This is Aburizal Bakrie a multi-millionaire businessman.


Another candidate is former general Prabowo Subianto, allegedly a CIA asset.

FPI. Website for this image

Meanwhile, the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) has been at war with Lady Gaga and certain churches.

"Their thugs frequently targeted bars and establishments selling liquor in Jakarta, for instance, but relented just as soon as protection payments to the relevant police commander were increased."

The sacred and the profane: Indonesian churches and Lady Gaga

There is a long history of various generals and their gangster friends using Islamic groups, and Christian mobs, to fight each other.

Attacks on churches and mosques are usually the work of elements of the military, reportedly.

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