Sunday, August 18, 2013

1) TNI ready to intercept pro-OPM boats: minister


1) TNI ready to intercept  pro-OPM boats: minister 
2) Papua governor pointing JUBI KNPB Media, 
3) GOVERNOR OF PAPUA: THE MEDIA KNPB JUBI 
4) 'Papua is not the Red-and-White, Papua is the Morning Star'

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1) TNI ready to intercept  pro-OPM boats: minister 
Bagus BT Saragih, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | National | Sun, August 18 2013, 7:57 PM
The Indonesian Military has been ordered to be prepared to intercept the journey of two boats carrying pro-West Papua independence activists from Australia, Coordinating Political, Legal and Security Affairs Minister Djoko Suyanto said on Sunday. 
“I have asked the Navy and Air Force to standby and anticipate their journey,” he said in a statement made available to The Jakarta Post. 
The minister also said that he had talked with Australian ambassador to Indonesia Greg Moriarty. “That there should be no nation allowing its soil to be used as a departure point for the movement of a group aimed at disturbing other nation’s sovereignty. That is very clear.”
The minister also confirmed the government had never issued visas to the activists and permission for the boats to enter Indonesian waters.
 “I heard they are concerned about violence and human rights. I think the Indonesian government shares similar concerns,” Djoko said. 
Reports over a plan by the activists to sail to Indonesian territory without permission came only days after President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono made a state speech which included an appeal for nations to respect Indonesia’s sovereignty over Papua. 
The two boats would sail from Cairns, East Australia, through the Torres Strait and on to Papua New Guinea, from there; they hope to make the trip to Merauke, easternmost city in the Papua province, according to The Guardian.
 The West Papuan Freedom Flotilla movement, which consisted of some 50 activists, was aimed at “highlighting abuses faced by West Papuans under Indonesian rule.” They planned to land in Merauke within a fortnight. 
Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa said on Saturday he had received information about the plan. “We keep monitoring the information. We are also making communications with the Australian and Papua New Guinean governments,” he said, reiterating that the governments of both Australia and Papua New Guinea had expressed their supports to Papua as an integral part to Indonesia.(dic)
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2) Papua governor pointing JUBI KNPB Media, 
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Author: Yermias Degei | Viewed 241 times | Sunday, August 18, 2013 19:03


Governor of Papua, Luke Enembe. Photo: Ist

Jayapura, STEP MAGAZINE - What would the world be if there was no mass media? Entalah. Only those who understand the importance of the mass media who know the benefits of mass media. Apparently, the Governor of Papua, Luke Enembe, easy media labeled arbitrarily.

Saturday (17.08.13), Enembe bluntly accused a major online media Papua www.tabloidjubi.com and Jubi magazine as a medium of West Papua National Committee (KNPB). "Jubi KNPB the media," said the Governor in Prison (Prison) Abepura Class IIA, on Saturday (17.08.13).

Papua Governor's accusation certainly makes journalists Jubi shocked. "Oh, yeah?" tabloidjubi.com asked back to the Governor of Papua, responding to the words of the first people in the Papua province.

Reported in tabloidjubi.com, when allegations presented, Commander XVII of Paradise, Major General Christian Zebua standing next to tabloidjubi.com just smiled at the brief conversation.

"Oh, KNPB media," said Commander XVII of Paradise, Maj. Gen. Christian Zebua to tabloidjubi.com tabloidjubi.com patting shoulders.

What tabloidjubi.com editorial comments related to this allegation?

When confirmed majalahselangkah.com, Victor Mambor, Chief Editor tabloidjubi.com on Sunday (18.08.13) to say, stigma as it is not new.

He said that, since its publication in 2001, Jubi been synonymous with resistance to stigmatization as saying that the Governor has become a risk for anyone who works in the Jubi.

"Stigma as it is common. Which even worse we have ever experienced, the paper accused the Free Papua Movement (OPM)," he said.

But, says Victor, do not deserve a Governor should say that. "The capacity of a governor is different from the ordinary people who look at social phenomena in black and white." Victor said Mambor, chief editor and magazine tabloidjubi.com Jubi.

"I understand the job of a governor may make the governor did not have much time to understand the social phenomena that occur in society, including an understanding of editorial policy and also the role of the mass media and the press functions as mandated by the Basic Press Law No.. 40 1999," he said .

Victor said it is the responsibility of the Governor to convey prompter.

Victor is also Chairman of the Alliance of Independent Journalists Jayapura it further said, "To be honest, the public outside Jayapura, Papua, especially outside this knowing what the Governor and his staff at the Dock II of tabloidjubi.com," he said.

Victor said, the government should, in this case the Governor should see the media as a partner in the builder in Papua. Moreover, online media like tabloidjubi.com is faster convey what is happening in Papua, including what the Governor to the public.

"In contrast to the print media be a long process before it gets to its readers. Alternatively electronic media such as television and radio broadcasting spectrum is limited, unless the facility is already using networked streaming or broadcasting," said Victor as dilangsir in tabloidjubi.com.

"Whatever, spelled like OPM newspaper, KNPB media or whatever, we take a positive course. Governor's words prove that the Jubi is performing its duties and functions of the press as a means of social control," said Mambor closed. (Ist / GE / MS)


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3) GOVERNOR OF PAPUA: THE MEDIA KNPB JUBI 
Author: Aprila wiring | 17:47
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Governor of Papua, Luke Enembe (Jubi / Aprilla)

Jayapura, 18/8 (Jubi) - Governor of Papua, Luke Enembe, suddenly called tabloidjubi.com online media and magazines as the media Jubi West Papua National Committee (KNPB). I wonder what is in the minds of the Governor's so so easy to justify a mass media.

Papua Governor's statement was delivered in at Penitentiary (Prison) Abepura Class IIA, Saturday (17/08). At that time, journalists Jubi, Aprila wiring was chatting with Cenderawasih XVII Commander, Major General Christian Zebua, related news a day earlier on a visit to the residence of Paradise XVII Pandam Veterans Affairs, Ramses Ohee (16/8). Papua Governor who heard the brief conversation suddenly said, "Jubi the media (KNPB)." These words are addressed to the Governor Jubi journalist who was shaking hands with Commander X VII of Paradise. At the same time the group is looking at fruit governor hand, the work of the hands of inmates in prisons Abepura.

Papua Governor's words certainly makes journalists Jubi shocked.
"Oh, yeah?" Asked tabloidjubi.com back to the Governor of Papua, responding to the words of the first people in the Papua province.

Commander XVII Cenderawasih which stands adjacent to tabloidjubi.com just smiled at the brief conversation.

"Oh, KNPB media," said Commander XVII of Paradise, Maj. Gen. Christian Zebua to tabloidjubi.com shoulder patting tabloidjubi.com

Victor Mambor, Chief Editor tabloidjubi.com confirmed on Sunday (18/8) said the stigma as it is not new. From the rising of 2001, Jubi been synonymous with resistance to stigmatization as saying that the Governor has become a risk for anyone who works in the Jubi.

"Stigma as it is common. Which is even worse we have ever experienced, the newspaper accused the Free Papua Movement (OPM). But the governor, in my opinion do not deserve say. Capacity of a governor is different from the ordinary people who look at social phenomena in black and white. "Said Victor Mambor, chief editor and magazine tabloidjubi.com Jubi.

However, further Mambor, he understands that the job of a governor may make the governor did not have much time to understand the social phenomena that occur in society, including an understanding of editorial policy of the media and also the role of the press. It should be the responsibility of the "prompter" Governor.
"The governor may not have much time to understand the editorial policy of the media and press duties and functions as mandated by the Basic Press Law no. 40 in 1999. Because, to be honest, the public outside Jayapura, Papua, especially outside this knowing what the Governor and his staff at the Dock II of tabloidjubi.com. "Said Mambor who is also Chairman of the Alliance of Independent Journalists Jayapura city.

Online media, said Mambor, faster up to the readers, are not limited by region, can be accessed without the need to buy first. In contrast to the print media be a long process before it gets to its readers. Or electronic media such as television and radio broadcasting spectrum is limited, unless the facility is already using networked streaming or broadcast.

"Whatever, spelled like OPM newspaper, KNPB media or whatever, we take a positive course. Governor's words prove that the Jubi is performing its duties and functions of the press as a means of social control. "Mambor said with a smile. (Jubi / Aprila wiring)



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4) 'Papua is not the Red-and-White, Papua is the Morning Star'

Merdeka.com - August 15, 2013

Spanduk bintang kejora milik mahasiswa Papua di Solo diamankan - Merdeka.com. Kamis, 15 Agustus 2013 <http://www.merdeka.com/peristiwa/spanduk-bintang-kejora-milik-mahasiswa-papua-di-solo-diamankan.html>



Arie Sunaryo -- The Surakarta district police have seized two large banners depicting symbols of the Morning Star flag belonging to Papuan students that was to be used in a protest action at the Gladag traffic circle in the Central Java city of Solo on Thursday August 15.

Meanwhile yet another demonstration was held by scores of Papuan students on Thursday at the Gladag traffic circle demanding that the government give freedom and the right to self-determination to the people of the province.

According to Merdeka's observations, like the other two earlier demonstrations, the protesters sung the song, "Papua is not the Red-and-White, Papua is the Morning Star". This time however they did not adjourn their bodies with logos of or bring pictures of the Morning Star flag.

In a speech, action coordinator Frans Hisage questioned the follow up to the New York Agreement between the Netherlands and Indonesia. This agreement was related to the dispute over the territory of West Papua on August 15, 1962. Among other things, it stipulated an act of self-determination for the Papuan people.

"Indonesia, which was given responsibility to prepare for the administration of the [act] of self-determination and development in Papua did not undertake this in accordance with the New York Agreement. Particularly after the administrative transfer was carried out on May 1, 1963", asserted Hisage.

Satisfied with holding speeches, the students from the Papua Student Alliance (AMP) ended the action by reading out a statement containing three demands.

The demands were, namely, that they be given the freedom and right to self-determination as a democratic solution for the Papuan people, close down and halt all exploitative activities by multi-national companies throughout the land of Papua and, withdraw all organic and non-organic military (TNI) and police (Polri) from the land of Papua.

Scores of police were deployed to secure the action. In addition to police, a number of TNI members could be seen watching over the action from a distance.
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[Translated by James Balowski for the Indoleft News Service.]

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Posted at 06:34 on 15 August, 2013 UTC
There are concerns that planned demonstrations and cultural parades will go ahead in West Papua today despite a ban by Indonesian police.
In several towns and centres across Indonesia’s Papua region, peaceful protests are planned to protest against the signing of the New York Agreement on this day in 1962.
Under the agreement, the former Dutch New Guinea was effectively ceded to Indonesian control.
Demonstrations are also planned to show support for the opening of the Free West Papua Campaign office in the Netherlands.
However in some towns including Fak Fak, police have arrested West Papuans preparing for their cultural parades or demonstrations.
Joe Collins of the Australia West Papua Association says the arrests raise great concern that the security forces will use unnecessary force to crack down on peaceful parades.

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