Comment: Sex education please, not censorship
Jan, 19, p. 7
Communications and Information Technology Minister Tifatul Sembiring’s plan to ban BlackBerry service in Indonesia unless it filters pornographic content is a threat to our democratic way of life.
We should be proud of international recognition of Indonesia as the most democratic nation in Southeast Asia, but Tifatul’s warning will threaten to end our fight to preserve freedom of speech as part of basic human rights. (By Rinaldi Ridwan, Jakarta)
All this sounds very nice, dear Rinaldi. Why don’t you write the same thing in Indonesian-language newspapers.
This is where you will have to work if you want a slight chance to bring the citizens of this country to common sense.
First of all find a way to stop the brainwashing religion which controls every human being here!
Good article. I agree with Eric Buvelot. This article would have significant impact if it was published in Indonesian.
The fact that Indonesia has received international recognition as the most democratic nation in Southeast Asia should not make
It is ironic actually.
If Indonesia is the most democratic nation in the region, how low is the standard for democracy in Southeast Asia?