Text your say : Papua turmoil
Your comment on the National Intelligence Agency (BIN) blaming Free
Papua Movement (OPM) separatists and foreign agents for a string of
deadly incidents plaguing the natural resource-rich province:
If someone blames someone else for something, they must have the courage to prove it, not just lay blame.
Gusti NKd Haryawan
I more or less expected that the National Intelligence Agency (BIN) would blame Free Papua Movement (OPM) separatists and foreign agents, as we did in North Kalimantan during Ganyang Malaysia in the 1960s. It’s part of a psych war and that’s intelligence, I think.
Before taking action, the police should look for full information. Capturing the criminals does not have to involve violence. To create security, the police should build coordination with the community.
Carry on with your duty, officers, the truth never lies.
Indonesia needs to follow Iran and develop nuclear bombs. That is the only way to keep Indonesia safe from foreign invaders.
Indonesia’s motto is: “Deny and deny until it’s undeniable”.
The Indonesian President should control the security forces in West Papua and order them to return to their barracks as a way of avoiding further escalation of the situation and avoid possible bloodshed.
It should be clear for any one with common sense: “Killing will never solve any problem, whatever the problem is.” So far, there have been so many killings occurring in this part of the republic. If this kind of killing continues, world opinion will lean toward the separatist movement.
Unidentified combatants in Papua are waging guerilla warfare against our security forces. It means that a few are able to upset divisions of the police and the army.
It is not sufficient that the BIN analyses the situation and blames the OPM rebels and foreign agents for the deadly incidents.
They have to propose a definite strategy of how to solve the problem and stop the attacks. It is also stupid to sit back and watch the problem escalating based on the false pretence that many countries in the Middle East have bigger security problems than we do. Don’t wait until the international community interferes in our national affairs.
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