Indcoup has recently made a number of people very, very angry, including me. However, as anger serves no function in a successful rebuttal, I will simply state objectively that I don't much care to share the same planet as Indcoup.
The rest of this post is focused exclusively on Indcoup, not because I harbor any ill-will towards him but because he says that no one is smart enough to see through his transparent lies. Yet he also wants to talk about you and me in terms which are not fit to be repeated. Am I the only one who sees the irony there? I ask because many of his subliminal psywar campaigns have been criticized for being slanted in favor of a particular stance.
That shouldn't surprise you when you consider that if I wanted to brainwash and manipulate a large segment of the population, I would convince them that university professors must conform their theses and conclusions to Indcoup's noxious, drugged-out prejudices if they want to publish papers and advance their careers. In fact, that's exactly what Indcoup does as part of his quest to win support by encapsulating frustrations and directing them toward unpopular scapegoats.
I went puce with rage when I first heard Indcoup say that all minorities are poor, stupid ghetto trash. The sooner he comes to grips with that reality, the better for all of us. It must be nice to live in his little world, where the sun shines, the birds chirp merrily, and reality never rears its ugly head, and deep down in our bones, we all know why. He is a cynical megalomaniac.
This is all well and good, but if you were to try to tell his cringers that he never misses an opportunity to indulge his preoccupation with his alleged victimization, they'd close their eyes and put their hands over their ears. They are, as the psychologists say, in denial. They don't want to hear that there are some basic biological realities of the world in which we live.
These realities are doubtless regrettable, but they are unalterable. If Indcoup finds them intolerable and unthinkable, the only thing that I can suggest is that he try to flag down a flying saucer and take passage for some other solar system, possibly one in which the residents are oblivious to the fact that it's a pity that two thousand years after Christ, the voices of careless purveyors of malice and hatred like Indcoup can still be heard, worse still that they're listened to, and worst of all that anyone believes them. Okay, I've vented enough frustration. So let me end by saying that Indcoup bickers and argues over petty things.
And what brought this little rant on?
Only that he got online before me - AGAIN - to comment on the fact that today is the 40th anniversary of the supposed communist coup which saw Suharto consolidate his power.
Check out today's Jakarta Post for loads of articles which generally point out that no-one truly understands what happened, who organised it ~ although it is known that the CIA were intimately involved, how many people were killed ~ between 500,000 and 1 million are the estimates ~ in the genocide that followed and, interesting question this, how come Suharto wasn't one of the generals slain that day.
What is known is that generations of families of those supposed communist sympathisers continue to suffer to this day.
Strange to think that Suharto's Pancasila 'democracy' was, in its centralised control and institutionalised bureaucratic corruption, an example of communist theories in practice.
Jakartass is, of course, a believer in individual expression within a communal framework. I hereby promise to never again use the complaint generator which produced the above rant. Next time I'll write my own.
Still, it may be useful for Teh Manis (Sweet Tea), another newish blogger in town, who is setting out on a particularly difficult lifestyle.
ladies and gent, i am gay and proud of it, but the f*%king thing is, im not out yet, just wait untill i have my own income and get out from my parents house.
Good luck, son. Just be thankful that Indonesia has made some progress in the last forty years.