Português x Indonésio: semelhanças incríveis.
[ão mais de 100 as palavras herdadas do Português pelo Bahasa indonésio (língua planeada inter-étnica (criada pelos holandeses no tempo colonial) baseada principalmente no malaio, com contribuições selecionadas de entre as principais línguas regionais do país.).
Fenómeno idêntico ocorre com mais de 10 línguas da Ásia oriental e setentrional e da Oceania.]
“This is the next East Timor — it’s beginning. Sixteen thousand additional Indonesian troops have now been deployed to bring violence to West Papua, working with the new nationalist militias. How long does the world need to watch my people being slaughtered like animals before they intervene? Fifty-seven years of this is enough.”
Why does Indonesia not want anyone to know what they are doing in Wamena, West Papua?
News from the Sydney Morning Herald. Indonesia blocks diplomats from Papua, while Australia sits back.
Jakarta: Indonesia has taken the “unusual” step of blocking foreign diplomats from visiting strife-torn Papua, citing security concerns following weeks of violence and ethnic conflict.
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age has confirmed diplomats from the British, Canadian and New Zealand embassies have all asked Kemlu, Indonesia’s foreign ministry, in the last month for permission to visit Papua. All their requests were denied.
The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights has also been blocked from visiting Papua – despite being invited by the Indonesian government back in February 2018. The organisation is still lobbying for permission to visit.
You can read the full article here.
The Indonesian government is currently sending Islamic militias to Wamena to conduct Jihad or “Holy War” against West Papuan people. Indonesia is using military aircraft to evacuate Indonesian settlers and has closed down the internet and refuse to let any non military personnel into Wamena.
We need international intervention in West Papua. Indonesia killing us here for 57 years.
Please help us.
Australia has been urged to “step up substantially on the issue of West Papua”, with Vanuatu’s leaders taking to the stage of the UN General Assembly to “emphatically condemn” alleged human rights violations in the region.
Following reports of a mass exodus from the town of Wamena, in the Indonesian province of Papua, and increased violence on Monday, Vanuatu urged global leaders to assist West Papuans.
“We condemn, emphatically, violations of human rights of the indigenous people of West Papua,” Vanuatu’s Prime Minister Charlot Salwai Tabimasmas told the UN.