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Not banning books in Papua New Things
By. Naftali Edoway

Jayapura Voice Baptist, - I opened an online media that the news is always my santapi. He is, one of the online media Papua that the news can not be doubted until now. In the media, I found a headline "The 15 Books Banned From Socratez Prayers" [1], read the title I started laughing.

Laugh not because there is an error in the title and the content or the media but to those who banned the book was outstanding. Then I thought for a moment that seems to date the country's rulers did not want to be stripped of his sins.

They still want to wallow in the mire of sin. They still want to dance on the suffering that they create for Papuans. They still want to laugh over the sins that they reveal the violence and crimes against humanity have been and continue to do nearly 50 years.
From 1969 to forcibly integrate this day the name bans book on Papua is nothing new. This kind of thing has been going on a long time.

For example; Books by Pdt. I.S. Kijne, "Flute Mas" outstanding banned by the Indonesian authorities in Papua 1963; Books, Jayapura when the Pacific war, by A.Mampioper in circulating banned by the Indonesian authorities in Papua in 1979; Book Works Pdt. January Mamoribo, Fort Jembekaki, banned in 1979 by the Indonesian government; book by Benny Giay, kidnapping and killing of Theys Eluay, were banned in 2003 by the Indonesian authorities in Papua; Sendius Wonda with his book, Sinking Rumpun Melanesia, banned by Indonesian government in 2007; Socrates Yoman with fruit penahnya entitled Annihilation Ethnic Melanesia, banned by the Indonesian government in August 2008, etc. [2].

Prohibited the circulation of the above books, including his Socratez S.Yoman the latter, in my opinion is the policy of self-actualization to kill Papuans deadly critical attitude or effort.

They want to extinguish democratic voices of the people of Papua. They do not want past mistakes dismantled. Because if so they would lose face in front of his people and the international community.

Second, the State seeks to secure the status of the land of Papua quonya with language, that the contents of the books it would bother people, would disrupt the security situation is even said to smell of treason.

The attitude of these countries shows that there is no democracy in Papua. That there is only violence, stigma and terror from time to time to secure the interests of the state in the Land of Papua. Excessive violence in Papua shows the violence of emergency.

Third, this is a real form of public policy which the country is a degenerative Nugroho Wibawanto politics [3].

Degenerative politics by Pak Nugroho is a political outlooks and assumptions that crippled condition of the people of Papua. That is, Jakarta thinks that the presence of the book will disturb kadaulatan country, so soon diberedel / disabled.

There should be no Papuans smart and wrote a book questioning the status quonya, etc..
Fourth, the banning of this book shows that in fact there is colonization or slavery in Papua Jakarta or in other words they want to maintain political colonization / slavery in Papua.
If so, when there is freedom freely to the people of Papua to declare UNFAIR treatment that kept them going through? When dreams "Papua Land of Peace" was diwujudnyatakan? When the slogan "Love and Peace is Beautiful" is on display at the military headquarters that possible? Entalah! But violence still occurs. Injustice and discrimination are still visible on the front of the eye. Terror and intimidation kept walking.

Is there a Jakarta had the intention to end this conflict by way of dialogue or negotiation? We wait for her to fight. Forward as he continued to extol the critical voices of this country with our belief that the truth is like the power of the water that flows from the heights to the lowlands. It can not be dammed or dipenjarahkan. He will continue to flow through the state policy barriers that want to hold
Author: Naftali Edoway (Lecturer STT Walter Post jayapura)
Published: Voice Baptist
Category: Articel & Opinions | Views: 596 | Added by: Admin | Tags: Rights, Papua, Book | Rating: 0.0/0
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