Next stop in the Soros: Themed revolution express-Indonesia
By Wayne Madsen
George Soros and his CIA, National Endowment for Democracy (NED), International Republican Institute (IRI), and National Democratic Institute (NDI) minions — the latter two dedicated to spreading the myth of competitive American politics to the rest of the world — are using a simple story of police and judicial corruption in a small Indonesian town to craft the next themed revolution.
The target for the Sorosian democracy manipulators — who are, in essence, political alchemists who wring their hands over maps of the world in expensively-furnished suites in a myriad of non-profit organization offices in New York and Washington, DC — is the world's most populous Muslim nation, Indonesia. The theme for the nascent Indonesian revolution, which is designed to implant political leaders who are more compliant to the wishes of the international bankers, e.g., the Rothschilds and their ilk who pull Soros's strings, is the unlikely sandal, the cheap flip-flop that is common footwear throughout Southeast Asia.
The Soros NGO manipulators, who are carrying on a tradition of CIA and non-profit foundation interference in the affairs of Indonesia pioneered by Barack Obama's mother Ann Dunham Soetoro in the 1960s and 70s, sezied upon an outrageous five year prison sentence levied against a 15-year boy by a corrupt judge in Palu, in central Sulawesi. The crime for which the teen was convicted was the alleged theft of a pair of worn out sandals from a police officer. Police corruption is rampant in Indonesia and police brutality is not news in Palu, Jakarta or any other Indonesian city just as it is not news in New York, Oakland, or Seattle.
All over Indonesia, as if on cue from the foreign manipulators who dream up creative cognitive dissonance and tension campaigns, people began leaving old sandals and flip flops at police stations. The uprising, if it can be called that at an early stage, is being called the "Sandal Revolution" by the Soros-manipulated media, which includes all the usual New York-, London-, and Doha-based suspects who cannot see corruption in east Jerusalem, Wall Street, or Washington, DC but have the uncanny ability to spot it hundreds of miles away in Jakarta, Damascus, Moscow, or Beijing. As in any Muslim society, the shoe or sandal is considered unclean and the message for Indonesian authorities is not different than that of the Iraqi journalist who tossed his shoes at visiting President George W. Bush.
Indonesia is still a democracy in transition, having ousted its long-time U.S.-supported dictator Suharto in 1998. Suharto and his cronies grew comfortable with their lucrative business deals with western oil and mining companies over the years, business ventures helped along by the diligent World Bank and Ford Foundation work of Obama's mother and Indonesian step-father. However, for the geldmeisters of London, Frankfurt, and New York, Indonesia is a problem. The current government in Jakarta, headed by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, stands between the Indonesian people and the barons and tycoons of Wall Street and the City of London for the wholesale exploitation of Indonesia's vast natural resource wealth — including much-coveted oil, natural gas, gold, rare earth minerals, and precious gems.
In the past, the West tried to use the specter of "Al Qaeda," operarting through its local Southeast Asian affiliate, Jemaah Islamiya, as leverage with the governments of the region. However, with the "official" withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, the opening of a Taliban office in the U.S. protectorate and Arabic language propaganda center of Qatar, and the secret burial at sea by the U.S. Navy of someone purported to be Osama bin Laden, a new bogeyman has appeared in east Asia: the Chinese dragon.
On March 24, 2011, WMR reported on Obama's and the CIA's secret plans to stage a coup in Indonesia: "Reports now coming out of Jakarta strongly suggest that the Obama administration is involved in backing a generals' revolt with the aim of toppling democratically-elected President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, a former general who is now considered a political reformer. Fears that a possible coup against Yudhoyono is being planned by right-wing active duty and retired Indonesian army elements are being fueled by an Al Jazeera report that a cabal of Indonesian generals have held secret meetings with leaders of Indonesia's radical Islamist groups to help plan terrorist attacks in the country that would then be used as a pretext for an army coup against Yudhoyono. The generals would claim that the ouster of the president was necessitated by his weak leadership in the face of terrorism. In fact, the renegade generals consider Yudhoyono to be too much of a reformist. The rumors of a planned coup against Yudhoyono come amid the publication by WikiLeaks of U.S. embassy Jakarta cables that report alleged widespread corruption, personal enrichment, nepotism, and spying on political opponents by Yudhoyono's administration."
However, something happened between March and the present — "Al Qaeda" has been largely vanquished or co-opted (since its support was needed to topple Muammar Qaddafi in Libya and Bashar al Assad in Syria), Bin Laden and his top echelon have been killed by SEAL team members or drones, and China has now replaced the CIA-contrived Al Qaeda as danger number one to the United States. Obama is establishing five military bases in Australia, which are seen as much as a threat to Indonesia as they are to China. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has made nice with the generals in Burma, the communist government of Vietnam, and the nepotistic kleptocracy in the Philippines to cement into place a military cordon sanitaire around China.
There are just a few stumbling blocks — Indonesia and Malaysia — which are keenly aware of the manipulative powers of Soros and the bankers. Both nations have seen their currencies — the rupiah and ringgit — attacked by the blood-sucking vampires of Wall Street and memories are long in Southeast Asia. In 1997, then-Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed suggested that the type of currency speculation engaged in by Soros should be banned. Soros countered, with World Bank President James Wolfensohn at his side, by saying that Mohamed was "a menace to his own country" and a "loose cannon." Mahathir had previously stated: "It is a Jew who triggered the currency plunge."
Years later, Mahathir recanted his earlier remarks and absolved Soros of any wrongdoing. However, many Southeast Asians surmised that Mahathir's own legacy was at risk by being painted by the western media as an "anti-Semite," an old and increasingly worn-out canard. Mahathir's comments remain shared by political leaders and businessmen from Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta to Hong Kong and Tokyo, those who know very well about the machinations and tactics for which Soros has been responsible that have had such a devastating effect on the economies of Asia.
President Obama has recently approved a new Pentagon anti-China military plan for Asia, one that primarily targets China and North Korea. With the U.S. shifting its focus to Asia from the Middle East and Afghanistan, look for more sandals to fly in Indonesia and the theme getting picked up across Indonesia, Malaysia, and other nations in the region. Soros has found a new theme and it is not the rose of Georgia, the lotus of Egypt, or the tulip of Kyrgyzstan, but the unclean sandal of Indonesia.
But before Obama considers throwing his weight behind the Sandal Revolution, he should keep one thing in mind. When the CIA operatives, wearing their signature blue button-down Oxford shirts, blue blazers, and khaki trousers arrived at the Indonesian Badan Intelijen Negara (BIN), the Indonesian State Intelligence Agency, to collect all the files it possessed on Barry Soetoro, aka Barack H. Obama, Jr., Barry Obama, and Soebarkah, as well as on Stanley Ann Soetoro, aka Ann Sutoro and Ann Dunham and Lolo Soetoro Mangunharjo, aka Mangundikardjo, the BIN officials were happy to comply, with one big exception. The copies were happily handed over to the CIA, however, the originals were held in an extremely safe place, one only known to the former head of BIN, the current President of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Any attempt to foment a sandal revolution in Indonesia will be met with a distribution of documents so embarrassing to Obama it will make the WikiLeaks caper look like a minor disclosure of an unimportant company's Christmas card list. During an election year, such a disclosure would certainly spell the quick end of the Obama administration.