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Rabu, 19 Februari 2014

Condolences and support the demands of the Tribal Council of Paniai


 Condolences and support the demands of the Tribal Council of Paniai
By Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta


Petition of Homeland Citizen to Papua

We would like to convey our condolences to the Tribal Council and members of the community in Paniai over the tragic death of a citizen of the Republic of Indonesia named Julian Yeimo . His body was found dead in the river Bontai , Dagouto village , East Paniai District . His body  allegedly killed and then dumped into the river . The wounds are found in the nose , chest , face and scratches on several places on the chest . The reasons are unclear but the murder was allegedly killed by unknown assailants ( Persons Unknown ) . On August 18, 2012 , Julian Yeimo tortured by military officers for allegedly tore the flag . According to news released by the Tribal Council Paniai , Julian Yeimo insane since 2009 . Genesis tearing occurs when the flag passes the relevant field and give respect to the flag . Then the relevant flag and tore it up .

For the incident Tribal Council Paniai deliver
s three demands . Petition of Homeland Citizen to Papua write down the demands of the Paniai Customary Council.

 
Our demands are :
1 . Papua Police Chief and PANGDAM XVI
Bumi Cendrawasih to immediately ruled Paniai and DANDIM Paniai Police , to thoroughly investigate the perpetrators of violence against Julian Yeimo ;
2 . Papua Police Regional Commander XVI  Bumi Cendrawasih in order to stop the military operations with street patrols in Paniai , Paniai because it was safe and under control .
3 . We asked the Regional Commander XVI Paradise Earth that excessive personnel in Paniai as Kopassus , Paskhas , BIN , to be withdrawn from Paniai .

Of explanation written by Tribal Council Paniai ,
 Petition of Homeland Citizenship of Papua calls to the attention of the central government in Jakarta and Papua to immediately provide security to members of the community in Papua .

Enforcement of security and peace in Papua are indigenous Papuans right , especially ahead of the 2014 election who live in the doorway . Support fellow citizens to ask the central and local governments provide security by reducing the TNI such as that delivered by the Tribal Council is expected Paniai . Papua is the longest military operation in two after Palestine , because the support of the world community towards Papua is needed .

The raids and
shooting to native Papuans , civilians who are worshiping in the Church, are still going on. They were shot by military . It happened in Indonesia in Indonesian Church ( GIDI ) Dodopaga in the church , and the church I glanced in Puncak Jaya regency . Members of Brimob and Detachment 88 residents surrounded the church and burned the church . Pastor tortured and stabbed with a knife bayonet . The incident led to two victims named Lurugwi Morib , which is the local village chief , and Pamit Wonda as Pastor of the Church.

Petition of Homeland Citizenship for Papua urged central and local government to resolve the cases of violence and human rights set out in Law 21 of 2001 on the establishment of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to immediately end the protracted conflict which is positioned as a conflict between the state and the people. The argument states that indigenous Papuans want independence of the Republic of Indonesia is always used as a legitimation for the murder and disappearance of citizens of Indonesia in Papua.  This argument must be questioned as more and more indigenous Papuans were killed, arrested  in prison and tortured . Why settle and use the reason Indonesian Papuan demands for independence to kill its own citizens ? Why are citizens of the world silent ? Why is the UN silent ?



Petition of Homeland Citizen for Papua  calls attention to Papua parties to end the public lie that is being run by the Indonesian government against indigenous Papuans . Establisment of Act 21 of 2001 section 42 on  Truth and Reconciliation Commission must to perform to end the cruelty of civilized and sovereign state against its own citizens .
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Senin, 17 Februari 2014

Hanging out in Facebook: From Advocacy, Charity and the change of the nation leaderships through the 2014 election


Hanging out in Facebook : From Advocacy , Charity and the change of the nation through the 2014 election.

By Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta

Until now I still
have difficult to sit for long time to write.  I haven’t written again . Writing pices and posting them on my status of Facebook help cure me.. While walking or sleeping I finish writing the pieces. Healing after an accident changed the way of  I work to process the impact on the aspirations of the friends in Indonesia . I like a person who work underwater.  In the ocean or in the clouds , is not important for me to ask where the cables stretched digital communication network . The benefits are extraordinary which help building my work accross countries , regions , ethnicity , religion and ages. This type of work have changed the way people communicate today.


The term used to refer to the virtual world community pave
s the way to understand the very different forms of community with the community in real time . Online communities interact with each other through written languages , such as photographs or paintings, pictures and sound in video form . The term cyberspace community exceeds township . In real time , a village which is understood as the territory can be connected through  various stages of the multi-layered . In the virtual world community , the village is very transparent . Interactions can occur without having to go through the process of friendship . Because there are a variety of tissues in the other sub- networks that will be involved in a broader interaction or not at all .


Since 2007 after invited by my friend , Shawn Landers , only now in a situation I experienced the healing process of the accident , the existing understanding of the cyber community is more optimized . Facebook is the result of collaboration Fulbright friends that are still mutually reinforce each other in community development activities to understand each other work for justice and peace in the world . In addition , Shawn Landers who
is in California , Maureen in Scotland , Haroon in Pakistan , Saheed in Africa , have inspired me to work to strengthen the grassroots community in Indonesia .
Working with children , youth and women in Yogyakarta , with expanding support to friends outside Yogya , such as in Maluku , Papua , Sumatra , Kalimantan and Sulawesi has spawned work connectedness through Facebook
.  Connectedness was formed because there is a real work in the community in real time .

 

Most recently , along with friends from North Sumatra , Papua , Jakarta , NTT , Yogyakarta , together hand in hand  have supported to help refugees of Sinabung’s eruption . Virtual social community  organized to support through Charity Auction Page for Refugees Sinabung which involve me and Deva Alvina Br . Sebayang as the moderator have effected to more deeply discusion about the future of Indonesia . Especially for the social aid movement of the virtual social communities, it can get support from various parties for volunteers formed called the HUB . HUB are the ones who become key in spreading the word about the process of collecting public funds from the virtual world community . With the hard work of the HUB , as mba Vensca Ginsel Virginia that carry network Twitter on the first day Sinabung Charity Auction for Refugees , has produced a fund of Rp 11,000,000 , - Addition of other funds is done through a network of friends from various friends who were in Indonesia and throughout the world .


On Friday, February 14, 2014 , these funds
that directly sent to the Deva Alvina Br.Sebayang whom brought it to be  submitted to the refugees.  Announcements about donors and aid delivery process can be viewed directly on the Charity Auction page for Refugees Sinabung ( http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lelang-Amal-Untuk-Pengungsi-Sinabung/241456166034803 ) .


While the process is done to help refugees Sinabung eruption Kelud has alerted us together about the importance of engaging citizens fight for their own interests . Sinabung refugees need to understand the dangers of a contour map of the
physically area of Mount Sinabung .  Lack of knowledge on the eruption issue could impact on public awareness of the volcano that could cause them tend to be afraid of . Yet as the mountains , the people living in the mountain everyday , they themselves are part of the mountain . Mount has given a lot of thanks to the community . Escort in strengthening the understanding of his rights carried out in hanging out on Facebook . I am very grateful to be together with friends in Indonesia through a critical period being experienced in the country .

 

Kelud as a volcanologist phenomenon turns out to deliver the expansion conversation to understand the actions of symbolic interpretation which explains the naming Kelud . Kelud in Javanese means bebersih  (cleaning). Naming is done because in reality when Kelud erupted , the ashes also cover the entire island of Java . Community struggled to cleanse their respective regions .


Kelud erupted before the 2014 election defined by society in the world hanging out FB as a warning to Indonesia . SBY responsibility in building the nation and the state is
being tested through Kelud eruptions . The reasons appear to indicate that Kelud as a warning to the nation of Indonesia . Since the Reformation until the current issue of Indonesian slump is not finished . Indonesia is still experiencing a variety of problems that most people see as part of the President 's leadership weak .


Discourse
flows on the future of Indonesian leaders began to discuss alternatives . Now stay 51 days before the 2014 election , in April 2014. In the discussion it begins  more clear about the attitude of the younger generation 's refusal to refuse to follow the election . Golongan putih  ( Abstentions in the election ) appears stronger due to the expectations of the new Indonesian leadership without a history of violence , human rights violations and the New Order  has impressed thinning . The party of  Democracy Struggles of Indonesia, which currently has a popular candidate backed by the Indonesian people , Yokowi was still unclear about his involvement in the coming of Presidential nomination.


Apathy towards the younger generation here  has pushed me to prepare row communicative of voter education to the friends who netted in the social media community Facebook .


This
note is even written in a long time because it has to be typed while standing or walking , my efforts to be expanded through the blog for all my Indonesian Indonesian Indonesiamu . It seems from this article will be my strength to write more while holding anxiety of body pain for the sake of democracy in Indonesia . Indonesia as the flowers are very beautiful but also prone to be protected together . Campaign awareness about the vulnerability of Indonesia I do with painting , writing a thesis statement pieces that can stimulate thinking and discussion about the FB community shared responsibility to build Indonesia . Change is in your hands my  Indonesian friend !

 

 

Selasa, 21 Januari 2014

My vulnerability and the continuity of Papuan struggles in the Martin Luther King Memorial Day

With Lorraine at Walker Center. I do not have t my body brace anymore!

My vulnerability and the continuity of Papuan struggles in the Martin Luther King Memorial Day
By Farsijana Adeney-Risakotta

Today, January 20, 2014 , the first day I started writing again after the date of January 11, 2014 I let go of the body brace. When a body brace fitted to support the structure of the spine, I felt calm while writing. I am grateful for getting healthy. The day before the body brace was released, I swam in the Swimming Pool of Boston University. My orthodopedic recommended me  to move without a body brace entering to this third months of my healing process. Body brace gives a lot of protection to the body. Today, the first time I visited a rehabilitation center to begin my  physiotherapyType text or a website address or translate a document.

.  Previously I have done myself at home , including when I swam and did lots of moves to strengthen the back muscles which did not t function during the healing of the spinal fractures.

The most enjoyable activity after
the body brace was moved is to paint.  Movement of writing on my laptop is different from the motion of  painting. I do not feel tired when painting . So I decided to paint since entering 2014. I am currently completing a painting to remember the struggle of indigenous Papuans in Indonesia. I interpret the story of 12 prominent Papuan leaders edited by Farhardian, the books I read when it came out of the hospital in Ventura, California. Papuan leaders were born in a very beautiful area. I 've travelled to many places , both in Indonesia and in other countries , only Papua reminds me of the states in the west of the USA , namely Oregon and Washington . We drove in the month of July 2013  to Boston in the east coast from Berkeley, California in the west part, passing through Oregon and Washington. While in the ways, I am always amazed by the beauty of the mountain behind the existing highway and the beautiful little town .

Papua is different . Highway connecting the inland and coastal areas are not yet available so that one -on-one is using the transport plane . Washington State on the east side is very memorable for me , because from here , Washington apples shipped to Indonesia . We can buy Washington apples in Yogyakarta , the city where I live on the south coast of the island of Java . Changes in progress in Eastern Washington began in the 1930s when the highway was built . Mountain village cut to be penetrated behind . When we passed a highway in Eastern Washington , I whispered to myself , should Papua with the same natural texture , mountains , valleys and rivers can enjoy the roads like this . Especially after Papua contributed much to the world's largest mining companies , namely , Freeport , a U.S. company .

So when I can not write two weeks ago because of discomfort in the body , I painted Papua with experience traveling in Eastern Washington and when I visited Papua Jayapura , Biak , Serui and Waropen . Natural paint that gave birth to Papua leader encourages me to reflect deeply spiritual atmosphere of Papuans .

Today I told my therapist , Teresa Townsend about my desire to write again . Can I help to feel comfortable writing
?  With her help I now understand how to comfort myself in the way of I sit while typing.  When I use a body brace , I sit in half from the middle to the front of the chair . I feel comfortable , while every 30 minutes could stand to loosen the body . But when the body brace is removed, the sitting position is very unpleasant . My concentration is interrupted every 15 minutes , I started to feel pain in your back and arms . This morning , my therapist helped me to improve the way I sit .

Teresa rolled up
a white towel and gave it to me to be placed in the back of the spine so that I could lean my  body to be pressed into the seat . Now I do it while typing this paper . Sometimes towel rolls slide from the middle of the back seat to the rear seat . I stopped to fix it . But I felt calm after practice sat writing correct to strengthen weak muscles after two months not functioning .

While comparing the small muscles of the foot wrapped in a
cast for several months , my therapist explained , spinal muscular condition that is also small like the leg muscles when released from the cast . I never realized it , because before the accident , I was a jogger . I run 25 miles a week . I  also do gymnastics , and  dance.  My body  was healthy and strong to bear the physical work like hoeing  side yard at our house to make compost . With a healthy body I drove my  motorcycle or car to the villages where I taught women in all provinces IN . Yogyakarta.

I am also grateful for the explanation
of Teresa whom will be slowly work together with me to build my muscle to restrengthen. Spine T - 11 and L - 4 were broken already growing well described by an orthopedic doctor . Teresa also explained with her smile about my  bones position which are very well . " There is no problem with the bone now , but now is the time to hold back to rebuild your muscle strength ever " , said Teresa .

" I'm ready " , so I said to Teresa . Teresa made a video about my workout done earlier so that I could watch
myself while repeating basic movements to strengthen the back and abdominal muscles . Teresa also added my time to do therapy for 9 times within one month of training . Slowly muscle exercise are added it difficulty level . In addition to swimming that are highly recommended , as it gives effect to muscle flexibility , I was advised to refrain from body movements like bending deep at Yoga movements . Teresa explained it because I will start next week to follow the practice of yoga for healing . Teresa asked me to explain to my yoga trainer about my spinal condition that still need time to really become strong again as before. I have taught Yoga for meditation to some youth during the workshop on Gender and homosexuality in Yogyakarta, but this coming lesson of Yoga at Boston University will be different. I am waiting to have the community of healing too.

Writing experience is very important to seek healing for me , because I want to keep writing , and painting to fight enforcement of human rights in Papua . After doing physiotherapy I was driving home to attend the open house for the community at the Walker Center in which we live today . This meeting
was also to commemorate the birth of Martin Luther King that is celebrated today . His birth was celebrated as a national day in the United States . Especially for people in Boston, Martin Luther King is very special because the struggle began when he was a student of theology at Boston University. Even Martin Luther King was shot , but the struggle to overcome discrimination rights of civil society in the United States have got a place in the nation 's political consciousness . Martin Luther King inherited the principle of non-violent struggle to the people of various nations in the United States . The struggle against violence should be chosen as a strategy without having to feel the fear of the possibility of violence that will be experienced by the body .

So in the last meeting between Walker Center community , I reflect on the vulnerability of the human body . Softness to the body itself needs to be given to each person who places the work in building awareness of overcoming discrimination against a person or group of people differently because of their race , class, social status and religion . Vulnerability lived with letting other people's pain flow out of the body itself that is experiencing pain . I explained about my experience to understand the flow vulnerability being
struggled by indigenous Papuan brothers and sisters in the land of Papua, Indonesia. I am grateful to receive it and still continue to work hard to build strength of vulnerability that occurs .

When I got healed , I was more moved by the fate of brothers
, sister by whom I could see as if Papua has not changed . Do what I do , writing , and painting gives meaning to change that is heading achieve results? Rising up some questions seems shocking me especially to address the end of the struggle ? Today I look at the vulnerability of Martin Luther King , I was woken up again to continue my trust in faith where I would see a moment of hope was realized . Like the song " We Shall Overcome " , a song that is very sliced ​​hearts of all those who fought for equal rights to live in the United States . Yes believe today , my brothers and sisters in their struggles in Papua.  The struggle  will appear as a result of patience with for despair never ask Indonesian world , the world in the United States and throughout the universe to bring justice and peace in Papua .

Beside me , a 99 -year -old mother , Lorie . Lorie is
a volunteer worker to help foreign students to write their papers in order to get an A grade. With eyes proud and fiery , Lorie sang patriotic songs of equal rights in the United States during the civil society movement led by Martin Luther King . She was a witness about what ever happened in the history of the United States . Furthermore, the maturity to use vulnabilities to serve foreign students living in the Walker Center, she has allowed herself to continue to serve until now in her 99 years old . Celebration of  her 99th anniversary was held on 6 November 2013 that at the time I was in the hospital mole Ventura , California . I showed my patients bracelet that still wrapps around my left arm to Lorie . She smiled and said , "God has plans for you dear ! . It is all right, God has a plan for everyone's life , I felt understood what God wants me to do in terms of self-healing that is shared with me once cured Papua and Papua also more curable  This is faith , which is something that I see that once answered my doubts about when I was getting healed and why Papua has not changed . Lorie was true ! God was healing me also heal Papua to expand indigenous Papuan voices heard to the entire universe .

My husband ,
pak Bernie also shared his experiences about the civil movement when it also raised the black power movement with an emphasis on conflict as initiated by the Marcolm X. History of discrimination against African American political struggle that led to selection based on the conflict . But Martin Luther King was different . Was raised from the Christian tradition , the doctrine of non-violence is made ​​aware of the life of Christ became Marthin Luther King’s inspiration as  explaned by the another members of the community of Walker Center . Alice , a student at Boston College who lives in the Walker Center warned that the teachings of Martin Luther King to help people not to be afraid also to the possibility of death , because there is hope beyond this present life . The power of non-violence is born of God himself who gives humankind the strength to face the possibility treated with violence without fighting back . Deaths that occurred in Papua is the murder that must be stopped . Shouts to request termination continue played by Papuan leaders without fear and do not use force . Here's expectations rooted in faith that their leaders are Christians , sees Jesus as a fighter together with the indigenous Papuan people working to uphold justice , truth and peace .

We Shall Overcome , We Shall Overcome ,
We Shall Overcome someday ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
We Shall Overcome someday .

The Lord will see us through , The Lord will see us through ,
The Lord will see us through someday ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
We Shall Overcome someday .

We're on to victory , We're on to victory ,
We're on to victory someday ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
We're on to victory someday .

We'll walk hand in hand , we'll walk hand in hand ,
We'll walk hand in hand someday ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
We'll walk hand in hand someday .

We are not afraid , we are not afraid ,
We are not afraid today ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
We are not afraid today .

The truth shall make- us free , the truth shall make- us free ,
The truth shall make- us free someday ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
The truth shall make- us free someday .

We shall live in peace , we shall live in peace ,
We shall live in peace someday ;
Oh , deep in my heart , I do believe ,
We shall live in peace someday .


We shall over come , song Martin Luther King is part of a faith that I believe indigenous Papuans also live in it . As seen from the 12 Papuan leaders . I painted them and vibrate with deep stories of their struggle is for all the people who own brothers and sisters in Papua . Anyone not able to take the struggle that has been rolling , too self- indigenous Papuans themselves . God was with the brothers and sisters in the struggle for justice and peace in Papua .
Amen.
 

Jumat, 03 Januari 2014

Papua and Prison, a painting in January 1, 2014. A Reflection of fulfillment!



Papua dan Penjara, Lukisan tanggal 1 Januari 2014 (Papua and Prison, a painting in January 1, 2014) stays at the first search on the google machine.



Papua and Prison, a painting in January 1, 2014 .
A Reflection
of fulfillment!
By Farsijana Adeney - Risakotta

" Let the painting speak
s and touchs the hearts of people. If you want to write something, make it into a separate article from the painting " , said my husband .  My husband said despite his admiration for the painting before the title was signed up on the painting that I painted in December 31, 2013. I wrote on the top of the painting “ Justice for Papua”. His heart was troubled when he saw my paintings . At first my husband thought that the painting shows  flowers in a vase . Long been observed, he realized that painting is turso men who are shouting.



I paint as a way of voicing the cry of Papuans . Justice for Papua
was added as titled after I finished painted it.  Then I published it on my blog without hearing my husband's comments . The painting , as seen from near the head of the Papua but much like a series of flowers in a vase . Papuans being chained to a black iron that looks like a flower vase. Indeed Papuans beautiful, outside and inside as I remember the comment made by President Megawati when she met Amelia Jigabalom in Papua . Their sincerity can become malignant when they know are  being used by someone . It is characteristic of people everywhere !



So
I later consider my husband 's advice . Date of January 1, 2014 I was very restless heart . We were watching the Rose Bowl which was an American football played by university or college in the United States. Then I began to see itself in the minds of people who are in prison . Lots of men are at a small cubicle . They crowded . Among them there was screaming . They shouted to sleep . The warden did not come to see them at their hanger . I am anxious to prison’s picture in my mind . When I was watching the online game, I  closed my eyes laid on the shoulders of my husband . I was asleep but my body feels sick lying in the position while wearing body braces . So I begged permission from the family to go to my studio where I started to paint the picture in my mind and feelings .



Papua and painting Prison in January 1, 2014 is the title I gave
to separate from the image itself . I decided to publish it without writing anything on the sheet painting . I was also put off painting the explanation that I have prepared after completing the text. Although I really wanted to publish this paper in conjunction with the painting .



Is a state prison where the people of Papua on hold as I see the picture of
in my mind ? I prepared the paper and other supplies for painting . Existing colors did not match the colors in my feelings . Then I took a yellow base color and mixed it with black color . I also mixed the color yellow with red , yellow to green , yellow to brown . Yellow became the color of the base because I feel people of Papua is God's revelation given to Indonesia to reflect on ourselves. As a country of faith , religion , Indonesia could reflect her faith in God in the way she treats indigenous Papuans . Why should Papuans jailed for their alleged treason ?



According to Papuan Behind Bars , in November 2013 , there were 537 cases of people catching the then 71 people can be declared as political prisoners (
in Indonesia “tapol” ) .

Link : http://www.papuanbehindbars.org/?lang=id



 Identification of their detention is connected with treason , which citizens attempt to demonstrate the separation of
Indonesian Republic and political attitudes . Signs of rebellion are always used as an excuse accusation which relates with an organizing effort to gather so they can raise the flag “Bintang Kejora” (Morning Star). Bloody Biak tragedy involved  military firing from the ship towards the port of Biak where people were gathering left dozens of people dead . While those who survived were transported into the boat and drowned in the sea .





Biak bloody tragedy occurred on July 6, 1998 . Papuan people refuse to forget the bloody tragedy of Biak . Biak bloody incident started from a protest by the people . In protest , they raise
d the flag which then led to slaughter them .
Indonesian government recognition of the injustices suffered by indigenous Papuans have produced encouraging Law No.21 of 2001 on Special Autonomy ( Adeney - Risakotta , 2013) . In this Act the Indonesian government set national regulations related to efforts to resolve the Papuan problem . Form of settlement put into perspective the Republic of Indonesia ( Republic of Indonesia ) which allows the country together and allow Indonesian citizens , namely indigenous Papuans engaged in dialogue to seat the history of Papuan integration . To that end , the Truth and Reconciliation Commission set out in the Special Autonomy Law in order to set the
process of having the historical clarification.



The Papuans are also given the opportunity to raise
Bintang Kejora (Morning Star) along with the Indonesian’s flag . Morning Star is accepted as an identity rather than as a sign of sovereignty of the Papuans of Papua to separate of Indonesian Republic because legally Papua is part of the Nation State of Indonesia. Roiling Papua conflict is exacerbated by the lack of commitment of the Government of Indonesia to meet the regulations that have been instituted . President SBY and his government may assume that the Act 21 of 2001 is a product of the government of President Megawati signed so ignore existing legal certainty in the legislation . Papuan people protected by the Act 21 of 2001 as the Republic of Indonesia recognizes the right to preserve and present the Papuan tribal identity in the political life of the Republic of Indonesia . Republic of Indonesia even is required to facilitate the clarification of Papuan history .



Another argument that often appear in various media review when asked why the government does not want to engage in a dialogue is to avoid indigenous Papuans demanding independence . As alluded to foreign NGOs that work effort was campaigning injustice in Papua , the government tends indeed attempted Papua issue raised at the national level related to the strategy of certain countries that have economic interests to exploit Papua .
Then another question arises whether during the integration of Papua into the Republic of Indonesia , including when Law No. 21 of 2001 which provides direct transfer of local arrangements made
​​by the local people of Papua have successfully prosper ? Studies conducted by the Centre For Public Policy and Management Studies from the Catholic University of Parahyangan arrived at the conclusion that the Special Autonomy legislation that led to the allocation of additional funds to Papua , not the slightest change Papuan autonomy performance turned out to be the last of sorted all provinces in Indonesia . Consequently , the purpose of development that should be felt by indigenous Papuans only a cake that can be felt by the Papuan elite and government officials in Jakarta .



I pondered all of this when I 'm drawing
on Papua and Prison . Turns out Indonesian government has threw so many indigenous Papuans across Papua to the prisons . Fertile soil are the property of Papuans now as a prison , which is divided -plots according to each cell . The term " prison " is not as if the literary -related prison where people were arrested for offenses considered by the state . Papuan people do not want a pardon from the President , which is controlled honesty Indonesian government to meet the demands of the rule of law generated by the government itself.



Most wondered at after the tragedy of Bloody Biak , and various other tragedies have sprung up , such as the bloody Abepura dated December 7, 2000 , Wasior bloody dated June 13, 2001 , Wamena bloody dated October 6, 2000 and 4 April 2003 , followed by the murder of Theys Hiyo Eluway and removal of personal driver , Aristotle Masoka on November 10 , 2001. On April 16, 2006, the human rights tragedy occurring again . The data is recorded either by the tragedy of the National Human Rights Commission which successfully compiling it and then leave it to the courts but to date no ditindaklanjutkan by the government . According to the records of the
KONTRAS, the only offense that was the tragedy Abepura trial April 7, 2000 pending before the Human Rights Court in Makassar . Cases of this tragedy have involved the security forces ( TNI - Police ) .



Link : http://www.kontras.org/index.php?hal=siaran_pers&id=1033



 As in the paintings of Papua and Prison , truth naturally are following the Papuans . Leaves are the divine breath of life to grow towards the original
people of Papua . Justice like leaves that never die because tree roots grow in depth . The leaves break through the iron  trellis to touch and to thrust to the Papuans . Indigenous Papuans in the painting and became a prison for demanding justice from the government . Life and justice are part of a faith that will not be taken by anyone, including the government of Indonesia . Then unite indigenous Papuans and fellow citizens to urge the government of Indonesia Republic of Indonesia meet the demands of existing laws on state legislation RI .