Nagara Satoe Raepoeblek Andhonesea darey perubahan nama Nagara Kasatoean Repoeblek Endonesea , adalah Dasar Pantjasayla Garoedha, makae, parehal Komoenes (Adjaran Sesat tanpa dapat di buktikan secara Ilmiah) perlu di tumpas dari semua Wilayah di manapun berada. Komoenes adalah Islam/Muslimin/Nashraniah di mana tidak mampu beri bukti akan kitab Adjaran mereka, semua penuh kebohongan.
Mark mamangkey Tjost bertanggung jawab akan segala penembakan terjadi pada Komunis (Islam/Muslimin/Nashraniah) di mana laku pemberontakan karena tidak sesuai Pantjasayla Garoeda.
Tembak mati (Komunis (Islam/Muslimin/Nashraniah)) semua laku memberontak dari Nagara.
* Maraka kanae tembak dayan matey aedae saekatar 30 labeh. (Dapat labeh akabat darey Saodara Lakoe berontak darey NRSA/NKRE)
* Andhonesea Lhama (Indonesia) antok Aonefharsaty (Universitas) tadak dapat Akoewan darey Lowar Waelayah (Toron jadey Akadamak (Akademik)) karana tadak lakoe Tagak Banar. Aonefharsaty Islam/Muslimin/Nashrania tadak dapat Akoewan saebagai Akadamak (Akademik) ataoe Sakolah.
Satoerday (Sabta), Nofha 05, 2016, 17.15
Nagara Satoe Raepoeblek Andhonesea
Tjaontry Ane Raepoeblek Andhonesea ,
(Nagara Satoe Raepoeblek Andhonesea (NSRA)/ Nagara Kasatoean Repoeblek Endhonesea / Koetaey Kartanagara / Oeneted Kengdom (United Kingdom))
Mark Mamangkey Tjost
Law, Atjordeng Pantjasayla Garoedha. (Kambalay ka bantoek lampaoe, bantoek Baroe "Pancasila" masa datang tadak akan da pakay)
Us with Dalai Lama, Ajahn Brahm Agreed one voice without words "Agama/Allah/Tuhan", Relied "The Almeghty/Yang Maha Koeasa/Thyen/TAO/Yahwoede". (for those who do not believe please immediately ask the Police Station)
Islamic, Catholic, Christian, Pentecostal , Muslimim, Nasharani (Komuniz/Zatan).
The purpose of Facebook to make Social Media in which we can learn together, improve the Quality of themselves on understanding through the Media. (if you are shy of asking questions, you will get lost in your way).
I do not believe in "tuhan or Allah (Sewer)", which I believe/relied is The Almeghty. (In English tuhan, Allah does not exist in the dictionary, I called Sewer) Tuhan / Allah (Bibel/Quran, 80% Fiksi) is the greatest hoaxes in the World.
Use name of Allah / Tuhan, Prayer brothers, not we respon and help. Have to catch them, because they are creatures fraudsters.
In Indonesian did not know the word Agama, that there is a teachings of, no origin of the word Agama. In written English is the teaching of religious / belief that.
Teach / preach / broadcast / carry / propagate teachings by Media Print / Electronics / Radio / Internet use / using name / book, Allah / Tuhan / Agama / ilahi / Jibril / Bible / Quran, at least 10 Years of the Criminal, terraced.
Reason please read (translate to english than translate where Language wanna) :
Is my duty as a citizen of the World exhibit at the World's biggest hoaxes in said that was not prolonged.
If have time please read this Article (must translate to English or other language):
Jakarta clashes: Hardline Muslims demand arrest of Christian governor for blasphemy
NOVEMBER 5, 20166:07PM
Staff writer, AFP
News Corp Australia Network
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INDONESIA’S president urged protesters rioting in Jakarta today to return to their homes, lamenting the “chaos” in the capital as gangs of hard line Muslims torched police cars and attacked officers.
The violence — just metres from the presidential palace and city hall — marred an otherwise peacefully rally yesterday in which 50,000 people marched against Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, a Christian accused of insulting Islam.
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo cancelled a visit to Australia after the rally.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry says Jokowi’s trip scheduled from Sunday to Tuesday will be rescheduled because “current development has required the president to stay in Indonesia.”
The statement added that Widodo had called Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to inform him that the trip, scheduled for 6-8 November, would be delayed.
“I said we were very sorry we would not be able to welcome him to Australia tomorrow but entirely understood the need for him to remain in Indonesia at this time,” Mr Turnbull said in his own statement. “President Widodo thanked me for Australia’s understanding and noted his desire to conduct the visit as soon as mutually convenient times can be identified.”
Protesters use sticks to attack riot police during a clash outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia. Picture: Tatan Syuflana.
Protesters use sticks to attack riot police during a clash outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia. Picture: Tatan Syuflana.Source:AP
The rally turned ugly as night fell and thousands of hardliners clashed with police, setting vehicles ablaze and hurling bottles and rocks at officers, injuring several. Police responded with tear gas, water cannon and truncheons but it took hours to quell the violence, which later spilt over into a poor neighbourhood in Jakarta’s north.
An elderly man died but his cause of death was not yet known, Jakarta police spokesman Awi Setiyono told AFP.
In a brief statement just after midnight, President Joko Widodo — flanked by senior officials including Indonesia’s military chief, security minister and national police chief — regretted the peaceful march descending into violence.
Muslim protesters chant slogans near burning police trucks during a clash outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia. Picture: Dita Alangkara.
Muslim protesters chant slogans near burning police trucks during a clash outside the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia. Picture: Dita Alangkara.Source:AP
“People should have been dispersed but it ended up in chaos,” he told reporters at the palace.
“I ask the protesters to go home, and let law enforcement do their job in a fair way.”
The protest was triggered by accusations that Purnama, better known by his nickname Ahok, insulted Islam by criticising opponents who used Koranic references to attack him ahead of an election in February.
Purnama apologised for the remarks, but his opponents have built a groundswell of support calling for his arrest and incarceration under Indonesia’s tough blasphemy laws.
Hardliners have called for his death and promised yesterday’s turnout in Jakarta would eclipse a similar rally last month that drew 10,000 chanting demonstrators to the streets.
Protesters attend to an injured friend outside the presidential palace after clashes that marred an otherwise peaceful rally against governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. Picture: Adek Berry.
Protesters attend to an injured friend outside the presidential palace after clashes that marred an otherwise peaceful rally against governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. Picture: Adek Berry.Source:AFP
Anger spread beyond the capital, with solidarity marches also held across Java and in cities as far away as Makassar in Indonesia’s east.
Authorities took no chances in the lead up to the much-hyped Jakarta rally, deploying 18,000 officers and extra soldiers across the capital amid fears that radical elements could infiltrate the march.
The demonstration appeared to be dying down by dusk, but the situation turned hostile by nightfall as hardliners and riot police engaged in skirmishes.
Tired Indonesian policemen take a break as they face off against Muslim protesters near the presidential palace during clashes after a rally against governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. Picture: Goh Chai Hin.
Tired Indonesian policemen take a break as they face off against Muslim protesters near the presidential palace during clashes after a rally against governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama. Picture: Goh Chai Hin.Source:AFP
By late yesterday the unrest in the city centre had largely been quelled but flared up in another area. Footage aired on Indonesian broadcaster TVOne showed what appeared to be looting at a convenience store in the same neighbourhood.
Widodo — who met this week with religious and political leaders to issue a unified call for calm — blamed “political actors” for fanning the violence, without elaborating.
He reassured protesters that legal proceedings into Purnama’s alleged transgressions would be concluded “quickly and transparently”.
Indonesia is home to the world’s biggest Muslim population, where a vast majority practise a moderate form of Islam.
Da takan darey ,