Everything is explained on this note in accordance with the reality, of life not to hate but to look at the problem carefully, and to create justice for the improvement of living which is true.
The arrival of Maluku and West Papua to Australia in addition to demand independence from Indonesia, also to maintain security and Defence Australian continent in the future, but there are still many who do not understand, and many who only pretend not to know and who only use the results news to their own interests.
Regrettably, they forget, during World War-2 of the nations in the Pacific region together with the Allied war against Japan until the final point. While the Nation of Java / Indonesia at that time as a Japanese spy, even as the Japanese army, and now all the wealth that exists in the world, it is because of the Government Islam of Java / Indonesia are corruption from the wealth of Moluccas and as pupet for the government concerned in their connection, such as the Company SANTOS on the island of Seram (Ceram Sea ), the Moluccas, but all was kept secret to the international world. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.3577159318280.2156070.1552033107&type=3
Maluku's natural wealth, is the right of the people of Maluku own, and not the rights of the nation Java / Indonesia (NKRI). So did about West Papua's natural wealth is the right of the people of West Papua itself.
So there is proverb says as below:
Many people are not happy with that truth, for they who do wrong.
Many people are still blind to the truth, because that's what they love to do wrong, without exception.
Many people who close the error, because it is they who have involvement in the problem.
Remember, that karma has a sense of reciprocity, and depending on what you do in life.
God is most fair, and flat-out one nation, if guilty, it will be shaken by disaster in life, as a shocking blow to sin which is to sensitize you and your people.
At the link below you can see photos from the Moluccas demonstration in front of Parliament House of Australia, and clicking on the link listed there for the continuation of live news events in the state of Indonesia, which is done by the evil government of the nation Java / Indonesia.
This documentation I have ever given to Australian federal police to stop the propaganda of Islamic students Indonesia, which was studying at Flinders University in Adelaide in taking the opportunity to support from sympathizers abroad to Islamisation in the Moluccas in the jihad.
Jihad is coming to Maluku islands not only from outside the Moluccas, but from the Middle East such as from Afghanistan and so on.
Crimes of the Islamic government of Java / Indonesia should be stopped, and still be held responsible, and they should be at the trial in an international court, in accordance with international law.
We need justice, and we call on every single government in the world, we calls on each a global humanitarian organization, we calls on every Christian organizations in worldwide to look at this issue closely, we calls on everybody in different perspective of human being with morality, and would be together to fix this case by peacefully and legal hurdles that have been imposed. Thank you and God bless.
Link above is about Demo 2004 @ the front of Parliament House Australia in the City of Adelaide.English translation of the song:
Maluku, my homeland,
My land of origin.
I devote my strength to thee
As long as I may live.
Thou art my great heritage
Uplifted above all.
I will always honor thee
Until my dying day.
I will recall in memory
Above all thy harrowing history.
Maluku, my homeland,
Land of my ancestors.
Through this road of suffering
Will we reach liberty.
Thy true sons and daughters
Have shed their blood for thee.
I am sworn to dedication
To keep thy future safe.
Above all I will protect thee
And thy harrowing history.
Mena Muria, the higher call
I yell wholeheartedly.
I hasten to defend thee
As an army just and true.
With shield and faith
And above all in great resilience
I will sacrifice and struggle.
For thou art my cradle
And above all I will pray
That Mena Muria may forever stay.
The demonstration in 2004 in front of Parliament House of Australia based in Adelaide, Australia. The purpose of this demonstration were: Nation Maluku ask for the UN to go to Ambon, Maluku, and deal with humanitarian problems that occur within the state of Indonesia, for justice for the crimes of the Indonesian Government against the people of Maluku beyond the limits of humanity because of political evil that is included in the category TERRORISTS .
Demonstrasi pada tahun 2004 di depan Gedung Parlemen Australia yang berbasis di Adelaide, Australia. Tujuan dari demonstrasi ini adalah: Bangsa Maluku meminta untuk PBB supaya masuk ke Ambon, Maluku, dan menangani masalah kemanusiaan yang terjadi didalam negara Indonesia, untuk keadilan atas kejahatan dari Pemerintah Indonesia terhadap rakyat Maluku di luar batas kemanusiaan karena politik jahat yang termasuk dalam kategori TERORIS.
Mena Muria for Freedom Fighter of MALUKU ;)
Political prisoners from the Moluccas
The independence movement began to be present in southern Maluku Islands, centered on the island of Ambon, since 1950, a year after Indonesia acquired sovereignty. Many locals in the area called themselves the nation Alifuru. On April 25, 1950, Alifuru nationalist leaders in the Council of the South Moluccas, led by Chr. R.S. Soumokil, held a national congress on the island of Ambon and proclaimed the Republic of South Moluccas. President Sukarno dissolved the Republic of Indonesia States, and choosing the form of a unitary state, concentrated in Java, to encourage further separation of the Moluccas.
Responding to the proclamation of the RMS, the Indonesian government to send troops to Ambon, the conduct of military operations to quell the rebellion until November 1950, but continued until the defeat of the RMS in 1966. Many survivors of the RMS chose exile in the Netherlands. They form a government in exile that continues to this day.
Although RMS has not had widespread support in the Moluccas, nationalist sentiment was still residing in the islands around Ambon. Issues of independence and sovereignty flared again as sectarian conflict between majority Alifuru, the Christian and Muslim migrants from Java and Sulawesi (this migration has been going on for decades by the Indonesian government endorsement). Sectarian violence erupted in Ambon in January 1999 and spread throughout the archipelago, continued until 2005. Thousands of people were killed and tens of thousands displaced by the riots. 
A figure of Ambon, Alex Manuputty, Maluku Sovereignty Front, founded in December 2000. He claimed the Muslim-Christian conflict can only be handled if the Moluccas achieve independence and supports the establishment of the Republic of South Moluccas.  Maluku Governor Saleh Latuconsina FKM officially banned in 2001.
RMS flag, especially on 25 April to mark the anniversary of the founding of the RMS in 1950, then became the main method in the open to express their rejection of the Indonesian state. Tail, many activists were arrested following Alifuru flag raising ceremony. But some of the most harsh punishment imposed on a group of people who spread the RMS flag on June 29, 2007 as National Family Day in Ambon. The event was attended by Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and several foreign visitors. Three of a political prisoner whose case was published in this report include those involved in the incident.
Civil Society Advocacy Team Maluku (Tamasu), an organization that works to help the convict Maluku, reported today there are 70-75 people in prison for their involvement with the politics of the RMS.  Human Rights Watch did not have access to all legal data about the allegations, evidence and other legal documents of those imprisoned. Until cannot definitively declare all men 70-75 was punished for acts of peaceful expression of political views. However, from various interviews and press reports, most of them are clearly included in that category. The prisoners include 21 of the 28 people who were jailed related events June 29, 2007, and the activists involved in the RMS flag-raising and various other forms of political expression.
Hard Punishment The flag unfurled
On June 29, 2007, in celebration of National Family Day at the Stadium Merdeka, Ambon, 28 dancers Alifuru into the stadium, which is heavily guarded, then Cakalele dancing, a traditional war dance and unfurled the flag of the Republic of South Moluccas. An elementary school teacher, Johan Teterisa, leading dancers, mostly from rural Aboru, Haruku Island, located on the eastern island of Ambon. This open event a disgrace President Yudhoyono in the presence of international diplomats. In a speech after the dance, Yudhoyono said that "no tolerance" for separatism in Indonesia.
Parade officials and police reacted by arresting a number of dancers  and bring them to the headquarters of Detachment 88/Anti-Teror in Tantui, Ambon.  Ambon Police then launched a major cleanup of the RMS and holding about 100 people accused activists Alifuru independence. Waas Teterisa and Ferdinand, king of Hutumuri village in Ambon, who advise the dancers, were tried on charges of treason and received a long prison sentence.
According Teterisa, policemen from the Special Detachment 88/Anti-Teror ask him to sign a statement calling for the dissolution of the Maluku Sovereignty Front. FKM Teterisa figures in Aboru.
According Teterisa, when he refused to sign the document, the police repeatedly hit around 12 hours every day for 11 days. Some of them were hit with iron rods and stones, and cut with a bayonet. On June 30, 2007, four policemen from 88 Detachment insistent beat with a stick and taken out of the office, then kicked over and over again. He rolled up to go to the beach. They continued to beat her in the water. On another occasion, the officers kicked Teterisa up out of the room on the second floor and fell to the first floor via the stairs. Teterisa told Human Rights Watch that his chest was crushed, some broken ribs, bruises and a black body. 
When the interrogators failed to realize this torture to force Teterisa signed the letter, the other officers arrived and tried to treat with more subtle approach. They say, if he signed the letter, the government of Ambon will provide a number of funds to improve fisheries in the surrounding houses in Aboru Teterisa. Teterisa refused. The officers offer guarantees if Teterisa to cooperate, they will provide educational assistance to the three children Teterisa up to college level. Once again Teterisa refused.
One night, July 2007, at around 23:00, some officers took to the Stadium Merdeka Teterisa to see him dance scene. He was handcuffed and walked at gunpoint. Teterisa told Human Rights Watch: "Beta keep praying. Beta afraid to spend the night. "He said they seemed to think he is a separatist who could not be persuaded." The media also did hit a lot. Beta think they only have one choice: kill the beta. "The officers did not remove the handcuffs. It turned out that night Teterisa only required to show the scene, the story of the route he entered the stadium, then taken back into custody.
Police also arrested an activist Reimond Tuapattinaya on July 2, 2007. Police previously raided a house suspected of being a gathering place for the dancers of the National Family Day. They found a CD that shows the flag raising ceremony Tuapattinaya joined RMS in Siwang area, outside the city of Ambon. Detachment team member’s 88/Anti-Terror Tuapattinaya insistently tormented for 14 days at their headquarters in Tantui, Ambon.
Tuapattinaya said, "We suffer persecution more than Jemaah Islamiyah. We stripped. We opened clothing, live briefs, given to sleep on top of tiles, made to crawl in the morning, kicked, trampled. If they hold the iron, we got iron. If they hold the wood, yes we got the wood. Yes the cable wires. Shoes, fist. Persecution in Densus headquarters in Tantui and Polda Maluku. There are 14 days in Tantui tortured every day. Lunch is taken, the afternoon returned to custody. "
"One of them, Densus commanders, not those of Ambon. Average people in Ambon but he first core. All civvies. I was detained in Waiheru, "said Tuapattinaya told Human Rights Watch. 
Three brothers-Arens, Ruben, and Yohanis Saiya-also took part in the RMS flag-raising on June 29, 2007. They were arrested and taken to the headquarters of Detachment 88, where they were beaten with wooden and iron rods, kicked boots, as well as they head into the wall dibenturkan. They told Human Rights Watch, the interrogators were plainclothes cops.
Arens Saiya, the eldest of them, according to medical records, the system suffers pandarahan intestine and ureter. He said, most people interrogators instead of Ambon, including the commander. "Beta there is at once severe, more difficult than a terrorist, just because the beta Cakalele dancing." He received medical treatment during inpatient hospitalization improvise at a hospital in Semarang, March to May 2010. He is still having trouble urinating. 
Police Detachment 88 from Ruben Saiya hitting barrage to break ribs and cause major bleeding from the head. He refused medical treatment for these injuries. Now, after the beating, Ruben is still suffering bad effects: "Beta headaches continue. Create a sleep beta. "They also dragged him to shore around Ambon sea and drown in the water repeatedly. Ruben said they sink into the sea water, "Shattered, shattered, sir. That's not exactly anymore. "She put into sea water in Tantui. Diguling on the water. "We're beaten and made to crawl on the asphalt with his chest. Many a time, Resmob, Detachment 88, Buser. All the people of Ambon and the Javanese. But forget their names. Dorang all intel. I do not know his name. Hit with a beam, stone, stuck, rifle butts, the various tools. A lot. Anyway, it was torture on a terrorist. More than a terrorist. "He is still suffering because of this torture and frequent vomiting of blood on the prisons Kembang Kuning, Pulau Nusa Kambangan. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Their youngest brother, Yohanis, still a teenager when the police arrested and tortured. Now he was imprisoned along with Ruben in Kembang Kuning. 
The authorities also tortured other activists from the RMS, which is involved in peaceful protest, though not as many people who are in action at the Merdeka Stadium, June 29, 2007. Generally, people Alifuru RMS flag-raising action, especially close to 25 April, when the RMS anniversary.
Leonard Hendriks, RMS activists, said headaches kept right in the head and face. Hendriks Tantui said police hit him with his bare hands on the right side of the head and burned with cigarettes. Now he was in prison in Malang. 
RMS convict others, Johny Sinay, said occasionally a wheelchair because of injuries sustained during police torture in Tantui. In late 2009, he fainted in his cell prison in Malang. This is the aftermath of the beating all over my legs, thighs, and backs that make the feet so sore. Sinay ask an officer at the prison in Malang allow dokters specialists examine nerve tissue, but this request was rejected. 
Police arrested Frejohn Saiya, now in prison in Malang, after he took part in the RMS flag raising. He said police tortured for six days at the headquarters of Detachment 88, Tantui. At that time his hair was still long and shaggy, and he's in the bunch and then head knock against the wall repeatedly, and beaten with an iron beam. Police forced him to sleep on the floor of prisoners with body naked, wearing only underpants. 
Lowokwaru Prison in Malang, East Java, which the RMS current six political prisoners incarcerated. The prisoner was not getting clean water to drink service and even drink tap water in jail. Some still suffer from health problems, the aftermath of police beatings and torture during interrogation in Ambon in 2007. © 2009 Human Rights Watch
They are arrested
Teterisa Johan was born in 1961, before he was imprisoned in a primary school teacher Aboru village, near Ambon. He is a member of the Republic of South Moluccas. On 3 April 2008 was sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of treason by leading the 27 dancers bring the RMS flag as a sign of protest against the government of Indonesia on June 29, 2007, in front of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at Merdeka Stadium, Ambon. The dancers immediately arrested and taken to the headquarters of the Special Detachment in Tantui 88/Anti-Teror, Ambon, where they experienced torture.
Attorney Teterisa domestic demand, and more than 50 colleagues on charges of subversion under articles 106, and 110 of the Book of Criminal Justice Act. Ambon District court convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. Teterisa surprised when he heard the verdict. Asmara Nababan, former secretary general of the National Commission on Human Rights in Jakarta, Ambon told the judge in court did not consider the fact that Teterisa action without violence. "The judges must consider the action more as a political aspiration than life-threatening actions," said Nababan told the Jakarta Post. "He just unfurled the flag of the RMS and not carrying a weapon." Ambon District Court sentenced 19 dancers for treason, sentenced between 10 and 20 years in prison. 
In this appeal, the sentence Teterisa reduced to 15 years.
The authorities also targeted Teterisa family. His wife, Martha Leonora Sinay, made by the suspect. Sinay accused police knew about the meeting which was held at the home RMS Teterisa Aboru village. Sinay ran away and hid in the woods for seven months. Their three children were forced to live with relatives. 
Now Sinay had returned and lived in his village.
On March 10, 2009, the government unexpectedly moving Teterisa Ambon and 36 other political prisoners, including those who are convicted in action June 29, 2007, as well as pro-independence activists, from Ambon to Java. In Java, they are imprisoned in Porong (seven inmates), Kediri (six persons), Semarang (six persons), and Malang (six people, including Teterisa). Twelve other prisoners were sent to the island of Nusa Kambangan, south of Java; half of them were taken to jail Permisan and half again to prison Kembang Kuning.
Teterisa told Human Rights Watch, imprisonment in Java makes life more miserable as they are now very difficult to meet the family. Their families would not be able to travel by air to Java from Ambon and boarded the ship, other than land travel is also not practical or not easily. 
"It is impossible for the child and the wife see their Father in Malang, Too far, and they gave me 15-year prison sentence, "said Teterisa.
Reimond Tuapattinaya, age 41 years, an Ambon who worked as a construction supervisor in Dili, East Timor, from 1991 until 1999. Police arrested Tuapattinaya on June 2, 2007, after they identified participate in the RMS flag-raising ceremony in Ambon, 25 April 2006. Police found a CD containing the film with her picture in the event, bringing as evidence in order to ensnare Tuapattinaya with treason charges, according to articles 106 and 110 in the Penal Code. Ambon state court sentenced seven years imprisonment Tuapattinaya. At first he was imprisoned in Ambon but was transferred to a prison in Kediri, East Java, on March 11, 2009.
Tuapattinaya was born in the village in Saparua Itawaka, off the south coast of Ambon, on January 1, 1969. Parents are farmers. Upon graduation from technical school in 1990, she got the job as a supervisor at a construction company in East Timor, which was still under Indonesian rule.
He was not involved in political activities until the fall of President Suharto. In January 1999, President B.J. Habibie, Suharto's successor, to allow residents of East Timor held a referendum with an option for independence or remain part of Indonesia. Some residents of East Timor asked for suggestions to Tuapattinaya how should they give a choice in the referendum. "Examples of my own," he told them, 'You'd better choose an independent course. Maluku is rich but why should we wander? "
When he returned to Ambon in July 2000, the area is in a brutal sectarian violence between Muslims and Christians who claimed to have killed thousands of lives between 1999 and 2005. 
Tuapattinaya opinion, the authorities acted unfairly in dealing with the riots: "Many soldiers were sent. TNI also have 21 SSK ... Brimob. But why all the churches who guarded the TNI can be broken? Could decimate? As people of Maluku, I have a conscience. I am questioning in my conscience. Who is right? Who's wrong? "
He began to join in a prayer meeting at home Alex Manuputty, Kudamati area, the majority of Christians in Ambon environment. When Manuputty, a Christian and a doctor, declared the formation of Maluku Sovereignty Front on December 18, 2000, Tuapattinaya help.
Police initially arrested Tuapattinaya on 25 April 2004, after he followed the flag-raising ceremony in Ambon to commemorate the 54th anniversary of the establishment of RMS. Ambon state court sentenced two years in prison on charges of treason. He was released one year earlier, on December 25, 2005, because it applies both within the prison. 
Tuapattinaya continue political activities after being released from prison until the re-arrested in June 2007. "During the Indonesian government has never explained to me, is it true RMS in international law, I would not resign. Injustice against the people of Maluku continues. I have no regrets. I never backed away from the line of my commitment. I never hurt anyone. "
Now in prison, Kediri, he shares a cell with five other RMS activists.
Ruben Saiya a farmer aged 27 years who were born in the village Aboru, Haruku island, near Ambon. Now he was being held in jail Kembang Kuning, Nusa Kambangan Island, off the southern coast of Java. On June 29, 2007, he was one of 28 dancers who unfurled the RMS flag in front of President SBY. He was arrested and Ambon district court decided is guilty of treason action under article 106 and 110 in the Penal Code. He was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment. Two brothers, Arens and Yohanis, also joined the protest dance. They were sentenced to prison, eight and 17 years, each being held in jail in Semarang and Yellow Flower.
Saiya said to Human Rights Watch, Aboru villagers decided to do dance as an act of protest for their suffering on the island itself. 'My goal for the sake of the homeland. Rights of colonized my homeland. In Maluku, we can not live his life ... sorry. We can not find work. Indonesian people hate us, "he said.
When announcing the verdict the trial court in Ambon, his wife, Johanna Teterisa, fainted in the court room. "I've forgotten everything. I just know I'm 12 years old threat but the decision 20 years in prison. I have a broken spirit. Restless. My wife was crying, until a fit-a fit. I do not know yet, "said Saiya. Because of the expensive cost and burden of logistical requirements, his wife was unable to come to Java to visit Saiya. 
Ferdinand Waas, born in 1948, an Indonesian Army soldier, serving in East Timor in the 1980s and 1990s. After resigning as the position as captain, he joined the RMS. She followed the activities of the RMS by using his home as a planned pro-independence protest dance at the Merdeka Stadium, in June 2007. He was arrested in October 2007 and the Ambon district court declared guilty of treason, has been sentenced to 10 years. 
Waas family is the royal family who manage Hutumuri village, Ambon. His father, Dominggus Waas, replacing his grandfather as king there. Ferdinand joined the Indonesian National Army and served in Balation 731di Ambon and the Infantry Battalion 733.
In 1985, Ferdinand Waas served in East Timor at a Territorial Army command post in Manufahi district. In 1992-1997, the military appointed him as the city council in the district Manufahi.
In 1999, he resigned from the army and returned to the village Hutumuri.
The villagers asked him as king. In 2005 the Indonesian government officially inaugurated as the village head Hutumuri.
In planning the meeting in Hutumuri, June 27, 2007, he suggested the dancers Aboru not carry any metal objects because such equipment could be creating the impression that they were planning violence. "A spear, a sword ... all made of wood," he said. He also told the dancers how to get the admission card to the stadium in the event.
He was arrested along with the dancers in the stadium, and detained at the headquarters of Detachment 88/Anti-Teror in Tantui, Ambon. He said that police officers were hit with billiard sticks, pieces of wood and iron rods. "They know I am a retired Army captain, I think they beat me even harder, as if I was younger," he said.
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Human Rights Watch, Breakdown: Four Years of communal Violence in Central Sulawesi, vol. 14, no. 9, December 2002, http://www.hrw.org/en/
 Journalists and media commentators in most Indonesian Christian group calls for "separatist RMS" in this sectarian conflict, with no noted some Muslim leaders also help the establishment of FKM. Republika newspaper and magazine Media Da'wah (in Jakarta), and Ambon Ekspres (in Ambon), for example, often mention the term "Christian Republic of Maluku" which means "Christian Republic of Maluku." In Jakarta, two Muslim leaders origin of the Moluccas, and Jeki Karepessina Maur Zakaria, participate in deklerasi FKM on December 20, 2000. In Europe, represented FKM Muslim leader, Umar Santi. In the United States, other Muslims, Hamin Sialana, representing the FKM.
 Lists of political prisoners from Tamasu also held by Human Rights Watch.
 According to Human Rights Watch interviews with three prisoners who were jailed for their
participation in protests June 29, 2007, a total of seven dancers attempting to escape arrest by the Indonesian National Army. The rest, arrested and prosecuted. Twenty-one of 28 dancers Cakalele, who was sentenced on 29 June 2007 event, now stationed at seven prisons in Java, Nusa Kambangan, and the island of Ambon. Malang prison (four of six convict RMS): Johan Teterisa, Leonard Hendriks, Johny Sinay, and Frejohn Saiya. Permisan prison on the island of Nusa Kambangan (three of six prisoners RMS):
Melkianus Sinay, did Peter Saiya, Mersy Riry. Yellow Flower Island prison on Nusa Kambangan (3 of 6): Ruben Saiya, Yohanis Saiya, Jordan Saiya. Semarang Prison (1 of 6): Ferdinand Radjawane. Porong (5 of 7): Freddy Akihary, Pieter Johannes, Abraham Saiya, Josias Sinay, Marthen Saiya. Prison Parade: Johan Saiya, Buce Nahumury, Charles Riry, All relevant Hendriks. The seven dancers who escaped, one missing and presumably drowned in an accident on a boat that took him away. Additional information is also contained in the Amnesty International report, Jailed For Waving a Flag.
 President Yudhoyono in front of the audience said: "If there are events that disrupt our unity as a nation and state, the integrity of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia, on behalf of the Constitution we would have to give a firm and appropriate action. This is not negotiable. "Great Setyahadi," No Tolerance For Separatist Movement: The RMS Group Action in Front of the President, "Kompas, June 30, 2007; see also Daniel Leonard and Dien Kelilauw," Tracking a Person Impressions in Intellectual RMS ' Chaos' Harganas (Indonesian National Family Relations) in Ambon, "Antara, July 5, 2007, http://www.antara.co.id/
 Human Rights Watch interview with Johan Teterisa, Malang.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Reimond Tuapattinaya, Kediri.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Arens Saiya, Semarang.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Ruben Saiya, Nusa Kambangan.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Leonard Hendriks, Malang.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Johny Sinay, Malang.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Frejohn Saiya, Malang.
 Lilian Budianto, "'Nonsense' life sentence for separatist," The Jakarta Post, 5 April 2008.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Johan Teterisa, Malang. Criminal Case Decision No. 318/Pid.B/2007/PN.AB by the district court in Ambon on April 3, 2008, signed by Anton Widyopriyono, Sugiyo Mulyoto, and Kadarisman al Riskandar.
 As an illustration, if the family Teterisa, wanted to visit the prison in Malang, then they should have boarded the ship from island to island of Ambon Haruku, then they should go by plane and then to Surabaya to Makassar. From there, they take 90 minutes by public transportation to go to Malang.
 For the background of this sectarian conflict, see Gerry van Klinken, 'The Maluku Wars: Bringing Society Back In, "Indonesia, vol. 71 (2001); Christopher R. Duncan, "The Other Maluku: Chronologies of Conflict in North Maluku," Indonesia, vol. 80 (2005), Chris Wilson, "The Ethnic Origins of Religious Conflict in North Moluccas Province, Indonesia, 1999-2000," Indonesia, Vol. 79 (2005).
 Human Rights Watch interview with Reimond Tuapattinaya, Kediri.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Ruben Saiya, Nusa Kambangan.
 Human Rights Watch interview with Ferdinand Waas, Ambon.
Union Pacific Nations which was held at the Catholic church located in the city of Melbourne, Australia.
Along with this is to West Papua in the blessed in the struggle for independence, appointment and determination of Western Melanesian brothers and sisters of the whole to resist colonization by Arab and Java / Indonesia (State Terrorism) to the brothers and sisters in the Moluccas and West Papua.
We call, especially to the "world church" in taking wise action in the truth itself to see the problems of humanity have been committed by the colonial government of Indonesia to "the Pacific", namely: "Maluku and West Papua," we call "the Pacific" a whole to help our brothers and sisters in the Pacific wise to take the initiative on the truth itself, which is based on "human rights", we also Dial a whole world community to take part of the truth itself wisely and based on "human rights", so presumably that humanitarian issues have been done and is being done by the colonial government of Indonesia in Jakarta can be stopped and they must comply with the provisions of international law where international law is to protect all the people on this earth.
Thank you for understanding and compassion from all of you, may God bless the truth of every nation on earth.
Amnesty International urges Indonesia Revised Penal Code
The Moluccas. (10)
A second situation is that of the Moluccas. This situation arose in the area of the Netherlands East Indies. I use that term rather than Indonesia because the term Indonesia is term invented at the time of the de-colonization process - there was not a State called Indonesia prior to 1949. Whereas the British were mainly behind the scenes during the 1947 constitutional process in Burma,, the Netherlands authorities had their hands in very heavily throughout the de-colonization process of the Netherlands East Indies.
The Netherlands, as had Great Britain, amalgamated many unrelated nations and placed them under the colonially-imposed "unitary" state system --under one rule.
At the time of de-colonization there was great difficulty in reaching an agreement as to what should happen to all of those formerly independent island nations. The strongest and most populous group was the Javanese, centered in Jakarta although also located elsewhere in the islands. The Javanese became the bargaining power. So through the Netherlands and the Javanese and with the cooperation of the United Nations at that time, Indonesia was to come into being. The de-colonization instrument, called the Round Table Conference Agreements of 1949, was between the Netherlands, the Javanese - Indonesian leadership and the United Nations. (11) The new State to be formed from the Netherlands East Indies was to be called the United States of Indonesia and was to be made up of the Javanese islands to be grouped as "the Republic of Indonesia" and other co-equal "republics." The Moluccas was to be part of the Republic of East Indonesia.
The Round Table Conference Agreement had several "opt-out" provisions offering provisions for both internal and external choices. For example, the populations of territories were to be given a plebiscite to determine "whether they shall form a separate component state."(12) The second "opt-out" provision allowed states that did not ratify the constitution to negotiate with either the United States of Indonesia or the Netherlands for a "special relationship." (13) Thus, the de-colonization instrument itself for the Netherlands East Indies gives the Moluccas the legal right to secede.
Immediately following the turning over of power, the Javanese began to forcibly incorporate the component parts into the Republic of Indonesia (the Javanese stronghold) rather then implement any plebiscites. Additionally, the Javanese made clear they would not allow component parts to "opt-out" entirely. With increasing Javanese pressure on the Moluccas, the Moluccas responded by invoking Article 2.
2: on April 25, 1950 the Moluccan leadership declared the independent state of the Republic of South Moluccas. However, the Javanese strongly opposed this, and itself invaded the Moluccas. Sadly, at that same time, the Moluccan forces were seriously depleted because the Netherlands had transported 4,000 Moluccan troops and their families to the Netherlands. The Moluccan forces had been part of the Netherlands forces in the East Indies (the KNIL) and transported them to the Netherlands. The Moluccan people were left without defenders against the Javanese army.
At the time, the United Nations Commission for Indonesia took up the Moluccan case. But even so, it became apparent that the politics of the United Nations seemed to change. It is difficult to assess what occurred, in part because, as I discovered in researching the Security Council and United Nations Commission for Indonesia of that era, most of the documents are still embargoed. Researchers cannot even look at them. What is obvious is that a deal was made probably behind the scenes, because in the end, the United Nations did not insist on the removal of the Javanese from the Moluccas and the Commission for Indonesia quietly ceased to exist in about 1955.
As you know, many other component parts of the former Netherlands East Indies share with the Moluccas a continuing (and indeed worsening) period with rampant and violent attacks by the Indonesian Army and government-supported paramilitary groups as well as continuing violations of human rights. This is truly a crisis of self-determination, effecting especially the Moluccas, Acheh, and West Papua.
Maps of Prisons with Political Prisoners in Indonesia
The UN should be implementing policies about legality of Maluku
Demonstration FKM-RMS @ Parliament House in Adelaide, Australia, which relates to the humanitarian problems that occur in the body of the Republic of Indonesia.
Dear friends, we need a more powerful sponsors, and you all can learn more about the situation, and news that's happened in Maluku, as the humanitarian problems harassed by the Indonesian government since the founding of the Republic of Indonesia until now.
Dear friends, kita butuh sponsor yang lebih kuat lagi, dan anda sekalian dapat mempelajari lebih dalam tentang keadaan, dan berita yang memang terjadi di Maluku, sebagaimana permasalahan kemanusiaan dilecehkan oleh pemerintah Indonesia semenjak berdirinya Republik Indonesia sampai saat ini.
Queridos amigos, necesitamos una patrocinadores más poderosos, y todos pueden aprender más acerca de la situación, y la noticia de que ha ocurrido en las Molucas, ya que los problemas humanitarios acosados por el gobierno de Indonesia desde la fundación de la República de Indonesia hasta ahora.
חברים יקרים, אנחנו צריכים ספונסרים חזקים יותר, ואתה כל יכול ללמוד עוד על המצב, ואת הידיעה שזה קרה ב מאלוקו, כמו בעיות הומניטריות הוטרדו על ידי ממשלת אינדונזיה מאז הקמת הרפובליקה של אינדונזיה עד עכשיו.
Liebe Freunde, wir brauchen eine stärkere Sponsoren, und Sie alle können mehr über die Situation zu lernen, und Nachrichten, die in Maluku passiert ist, wie die humanitären Probleme, die durch die indonesische Regierung schikaniert seit der Gründung der Republik Indonesien bis jetzt.
Chers amis, nous avons besoin de commanditaires plus puissants, et vous pouvez en apprendre davantage sur la situation, et les nouvelles ce qui s'est passé dans les Moluques, comme les problèmes humanitaires harcelés par le gouvernement indonésien depuis la fondation de la République d'Indonésie jusqu'à présent.
Cari amici, abbiamo bisogno di sponsor più potente, e voi tutti possono imparare di più sulla situazione, e la notizia che è successo in Maluku, a seconda dei problemi umanitari vessazioni da parte del governo indonesiano dalla fondazione della Repubblica di Indonesia fino ad ora.
Αγαπητοί φίλοι, χρειαζόμαστε μια πιο ισχυρή χορηγούς, και όλους σας να μάθετε περισσότερα για την κατάσταση, και η είδηση ότι έχει συμβεί στο Μαλούκου, as humanitarian τα προβλήματα που παρενοχλούνται η κυβέρνηση της Ινδονησίας από την ίδρυση της Δημοκρατίας της Ινδονησίας μέχρι τώρα.
Liewe vriende, ons moet 'n meer kragtige borge, en julle almal kan leer meer oor die situasie, en nuus dat in die Molukken gebeur is, as die humanitaire probleme geteister deur die Indiese regering sedert die stigting van die Republiek van Indonesië tot nou toe.
Kedves barátaim, mi szükség van egy erős szponzorok, és akkor mindenki többet is megtudni a helyzetet, és a hír, hogy történt a Maluku, mint a humanitárius problémákat zaklatják az indonéz kormány, mivel az alapító az Indonéz Köztársaság mostanáig.
Beste vrienden, we hebben een krachtige sponsors, en jullie allemaal kunnen leren meer over de situatie, en nieuws dat is gebeurd in de Molukken, zoals de humanitaire problemen lastiggevallen door de Indonesische regering sinds de oprichting van de Republiek Indonesië tot nu toe.
أيها الأصدقاء ، نحن بحاجة إلى مقدمي مشروع القرار أكثر قوة ، ولكم جميعا أن نتعلم المزيد عن هذه الحالة ، وأخبار ما حدث فى مالوكو ، والمشاكل الإنسانية لمضايقات من قبل الحكومة الاندونيسية منذ تأسيس جمهورية إندونيسيا حتى الآن.
Conversations with one operator from the secretariat of the President of Indonesia at the Parliament House.
This phone conversation prior to my colleagues from the Moluccas to run the demonstration in the city of Adelaide, Australia 7 September 2010, regarding the crimes of the behavior of the Government of Indonesia in their actions that violate human rights law.
In my conversations with the operators of the Presidential secretariat said that the President had left the place, and was at the Presidential Palace, so I was given a phone number to get in touch directly with the President of Indonesia: Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, but when I call, it turns out the intelligence of Indonesia to stop line telephone connection which is given to me, so I can not speak with Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono immediately.
For phone numbers Indonesian Presidential Palace, which is given to me by the operator of the secretariat of the Indonesian state is already not working anymore.
Let us think logically, as head of state or a state agency to do things in such a way, why? Obviously the President of Indonesia, the Indonesian state and all officials know and fear, too cowardly, if conversations about the humanitarian issues which relate to humanitarian issues, and relate to the right of the Moluccas in allow to be discussed.
The Indonesian government has no legal basis, and the right to colonize the Moluccas as a portion of the Republic of Indonesia.
Requests the Moluccas is only one, namely: The Indonesian government should immediately restore the independence of Maluku, which is valid according to the decision of the Round Table Conference in 1949 for the Moluccas regardless of the RIS (Federal Republic of Indonesia), because the Republic of Indonesia is the product of propaganda, and coercion from the Government of Indonesia who are terrorists for the Moluccas participate in a portion of the Republic of Indonesia.
National News Indonesia, namely: TVOne. This news about the statement of Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to delay the continuation of the journey to the Netherlands as the Dutch Queen's invitation and also an invitation from Prime Minister of the Netherlands. Statement of the President of Indonesia is as follows below:
"On my visit to the Netherlands actually means is: the one that we had planned, but I have to say it in the final hours before from my troupe, which traveled to the Netherlands, there is the situation in the Netherlands, which requires me to take attitude and then take a decision which is certainly in our behalf.
In short the last days there is a movement in the Hague, wherein the prosecution filed to the court in The Hague, to question the human rights issues in Indonesia, and even asked the court to arrest the President of Indonesia at the time of visit to Holland.
That demand is from a Dutch citizen, but also there are organizations, including those which called itself as the RMS (Republic of South Moluccas), but which can not for I accepted is, when the President of the Republic of Indonesia visit to The Hague, the Netherlands, at the invitation of Queen of the Netherlands, and also at the invitation of Dutch Prime Minister, at that moment during the visit to the Netherlands, has held a court, which among others, to decide the prosecution for the arrest of the President of the Republic of Indonesia.
Indeed, the RMS (Republic of South Maluku) deal with political issues like that, but if I do still visit to the Netherlands, will only lead to misperceptions, misunderstandings and psychological situation that is not good, for Indonesia, for me, that until such it, held court at the time of my visit there, it is about our dignity as a nation, our honor as a nation concerned, so I took the decision to postpone".
PALACE OF JUSTICE, THE HAGUE
Prosecution freedom fighters RMS (Republic of South Maluku) during the trial to face threats and demands and requests from the government of Java / Indonesia against the Dutch government to stop the activities of the Moluccas in the Netherlands in the prosecution of sovereign independence of the Moluccas which has been deprived of the means of coercion by the government of Java / Indonesia in 1950.
Note: On the first link below it will be on Dutch language as the news, so you may use the google's translate to understand the situation, thank you.
Why is the President of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and his government are afraid to face the demands of Maluku freedom fighters prosecution in the Netherlands on the issue of human rights that has occurred in the country of Indonesia for the actions of the government's Islamic Java Indonesia?
The reasons can be followed on the news link below as events in which the real has happened and is happening in the colonization of the Islamic government of Java / Indonesia which is immoral:
1). You can look at the link Karen Parker JD, which has clarified the history of the struggle of the Moluccas in 1950.
• Alexander Manuputty: Proclamation of the RMS is not the Makar 25/4/1950 • RMS is valid, the RIS is legitimate, NKRI (the Unitary Republic of Indonesia) is not valid.
2). Indonesian President SBY (Yudhoyono) supports the Laskar Jihad:
Link above is about SBS News Australia talking about terrorists in Indonesia and linkages within the Indonesian state itself.
Link above is about the faith of Maluku people according to the words of God.
You can see the explanation of the West Papua link below:
The Dutch New Guinea Dispute 1949-1962
Netherlands New Guinea (Dutch: Nederlands Nieuw-Guinea) refers to the West Papua region while it was an overseas territory of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1949 to 1962. Until 1949 it was a part of the Netherlands Indies. It was commonly known as Dutch New Guinea. It is currently Indonesia's two easternmost provinces, Papua and West Papua (administered as one single unit prior to 2003 under the name Irian Jaya). Nieuw Guinea conflict
The Netherlands retained New Guinea when Indonesia became independent in 1949. The arguments of the Dutch government for this changed repeatedly over time. At any rate the Dutch policy with regard to New Guinea was strongly influenced by the Dutch position towards Indonesia. On the one hand the Netherlands wanted to use New Guinea as a Dutch sphere of influence in the region. On the other hand by developing New Guinea and emancipating the Papuan population the Netherlands wanted to vindicate itself as a responsible colonial power.
Indonesia claimed New Guinea as part of its territory. The dispute over New Guinea was an important factor in the quick decline in bilateral relations between the Netherlands and Indonesia after Indonesian independence. Starting in 1962, under pressure from the international community and under threat of armed conflict with Indonesia, the Netherlands relinquished control and a series of events led to the eventual official annexation of New Guinea in 1969 to Indonesia.