Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Do you know Romusha.

books on workers romusha.
Romusha (労 務 者 romusha: "worker", "workers") is calling for the Indonesian people who are employed by force during the Japanese occupation of Indonesia from 1942 to 1945. Most romusha are farmers, and since October 1943 the Japanese side requires the farmers became romusha.
They were sent to work in various places in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. The number of people who become romusha not known for sure - estimates have varied from 4 to 10 million.

When Labour Rakyat Indonesia Japan Times.
workers romusha.

IN the history of colonialism, Japan was the first country in Asia to have the views and actions of colonialism. Japanese colonialism colonialism did eventually become very short. Japanese colonialism is not comparable when juxtaposed with the top European colonialism nations of Asia, Africa, and America in the history of the 15th century until the 20th.

Admittedly, Japan shocked Europe, transformed into capital-militaristic force fuss Europe and America. Japanese colonialism operations prepared by Tanaka architect of modern warfare as well as prime minister of Japan from 1927 to 1929. The period of Mind mind be poured Memorandum Tanaka. This memorandum contains the Japanese plan to carry the sacred duty to lead the nations of East Asia. This view ultimately manifest doctrine Hakko I named Chiu; the world in one family under the leadership of Japan.

Inspired by this spirit, transformed Japan into a military force that is highly respected.In the history of World War 2, when the Japanese military capability able to destroy an ally, and the master heartbeat Southeast Asia and parts of the Pacific. Japan's dominance finally ended tragically, in a single day on August 9, 1945 B 29 bombers of the United States dropped atomic bombs on KotaHiroshima and Nagasaki. This is the momentum of the defeat of Japan, and so does its dominance in East Asia and parts of the Pacific.

The entry of Japan to Indonesia, initially welcomed by the freedom fighters of the time. Japan is considered as a brother, a fellow Asian who helped oust the Dutch Colonial. However, shortly after the Japanese landed in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia-today), it was Japan do no less cunning and ruthlessly. Japan seeks to remove the western cultural influences that have settled in the Netherlands Hindi, and that both Japan dredge source of natural resources strategies that exist in our country. Supply sources used to finance the mini-style Japanese war with the Allies in East Asia and the Pacific.

Japanese occupation level area makes Japan requires the employment is so great. This labor needed to build fortifications, emergency airfield, cellar, highways and bridges. Labor force is taken from a fairly dense population of Java. The labor force is forced popular called romusha premises. Network of Japanese soldiers to run romusha to the villages. In this book records, there are at least 300,000 workers romusha sent to various countries in Southeast Asia, 70,000 of them in deplorable conditions da ends with death.

The romusha also involve women. They persuaded cooed at enticing lure to get a job, but they were brought to the camp closed camps to be used as prostitutes (comfort women).

Also involve the leaders of the movement leaders at that time. They were forced by the Japanese to be forced labor. Among the leaders of the movement is romusha of Sukarno and Otto Iskandardinata. They both forced Japanese occupation forces to create a airstrips.

Japan recruiting candidates romusha, level pattern, and this forced labor allocation. A basic explanation see romusha practices and projects in Mount madur around Banten. But at the same time, Japan was able to manipulate this romusha presence in the international arena. To disguise the presence romusha, Japan incite romusha term "economy workers" or workers hero.

In mid-1943, romusha increasingly exploited by the Japanese. Since the defeat of the Japanese in the Pacific War, romusha-romusha used as energy self-sufficiency to support the war directly. Because every Japanese soldier requiring forced labor is to streamline the cost of the war Japan. In this situation, the demand for increasingly unbridled romusha.

If we look at his numbers, romusha project in Indonesia running within two years. Not a short time to produce suffering and death as expressed in the above data. It was only in 1945, the Dutch East Indies became independent Indonesia, as well as an end to the project and the dream of Japanese colonization.Thank you for reading this article. Written and posted by Bambang Sunarno. sunarnobambang86@gmail.com
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DatePublished: December 10, 2014 at 12:30
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Due to Apple's iCloud Hijacked Hacker, Jennifer Lawrence Nude Photo Spread.

Jennifer Lawrence.
Hacker or better known as the penetration of IT systems up again this time with a resulting loss of one of Hollywood's Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence. How not, the article artist Jennifer Lawrence nude photos leaked and has spread in cyberspace due to hackers. Worse yet naked photos obtained from Apple's iCloud system which is claimed to have a very high level of security.
Receive shocking news from The Telegraph, Monday (09/01/2014) that the unnamed hacker claimed that he gained access to private photos of Jennifer through Apple's iCloud online storage system. A total of 60 images Lawrence in all poses ranging from clothes to wear, stripped of his clothes scattered on the site 4chan.
Even the weakness of the system is exploited by hackers iCloud to break into other artist photo with the top 100 artists of Hollywood became the target including Reality TV star Kim Kardeshian beautiful, singer Rihanna, models Candice Swanepoel, Cara Delevigne, Kelly Brook and TV host Cat Deeley. Do not miss the artist Mary E. Winstead of Final Destination movie also claimed that the picture had been hijacked.
A spokesman Lawrence confirms that the photos are real, even said that the police had been contacted and the investigation did. They also will sue anyone posting images of the loot. This of course things become very scary cloud system which is claimed to have a high level of security is also capable hacked by hackers. Thank you for reading this article. Written and posted by Bambang Sunarno. sunarnobambang86@gmail.com
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DatePublished: December 10, 2014 at 09:50
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Celebrity Photos Naked Case, Google Sued $ 100 Million.

Jennifer Lawrence.
 A group of Hollywood celebrities naked photo spread includes Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Kim Kardashian, now threatens to sue Google in court for compensation costs of $ 100 million.

The lawyer representing the woman claims Google should be able to delete the photos from the internet and failed to do so then they generate millions of dollars of action makes women become victims, wrote a column Page Six of the New York Post.

Letter posted to the founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin written by well-known Hollywood lawyer Marty Singer, has accused Google inhi practice as unethical.

"Because the victims are celebrities with valuable publicity rights apapun- you did not do anything except collect millions of dollars of advertising revenue when you make a profit of scandal rather than prevent it," the letter states.

The letter comes after nude photos of celebrities obtained from burglary iCloud account they are still available online.

Leaked last photo is a photo of Rihanna, two of his picture appeared topless in several online sites and then Amber Heard with 50 photographs in which one of the photos shows a message addressed to his fiancee Johnnhy Depp.

On 20 September, more photos circulated from photos of Kim Kardashian, Kelly Cuoco, Kate Bosworth and others. Three weeks earlier, photos of Jennifer Lawrence and nearly 100 other celebrities leaked on the internet.
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DatePublished: December 10, 2014 at 09:21

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Tuesday, 9 December 2014

You may not know Martin Luther King, Jr.

Born January 15, 1929
-Martin Luther King, Jr.Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Died 4 April 1968 (age 39)
Memphis, Tennessee, USA
Because died were killed.
Couple Coretta Scott King.

"An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind."
-Martin Luther King, Jr.
Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., Ph.D. (born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, January 15, 1929 - died in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, April 4, 1968 at the age of 39 years) is a Nobel laureate, a Baptist pastor and human rights activist African-Americans. He is one of the most important leaders in US history and the history of non-violence in modern times, and is regarded as a hero, a peacemaker and martyr by many people around the world. One and a half decades after his assassination in 1968, the United States set a holiday to commemorate Martin Luther King Day.


King was born in Atlanta, Georgia from the Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. and Alberta Williams King. She married Coretta Scott on June 18, 1953. He graduated from Morehouse College with a Bachelor of Arts (in the field of Sociology) in 1948, and from Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Divinity degree (Bachelor of Theology) in 1951. he earned his Ph.D. in systematic theology from Boston University in 1955. King was a Baptist pastor in Montgomery, Alabama who fought against racial discrimination. In 1963, King led the bus boycott demonstrations in Birmingham. Boycott was done without using violence. He followed the principles of Mahatma Gandhi who fought to avoid violence. For several years, he made a great success, but gradually young black people to stay away because they can not accept his anti-violence. Instead, King never stopped and expand the program.

His work.

Due to its action in opposing discrimination against blacks, King was jailed in Birmingham jail. In prison, he wrote a letter entitled, Letter from Birmingham Jail, in his letter, King stated that he felt called to speak a prophetic voice against injustice in his day. He also criticized those who do not agree to the bus boycott in Birmingham. For him, they are the ones who are not sensitive and can not perform an analysis of the main causes of the boycott. According to King, they are swept up in a situation that happened and are not able to break the domination of the white man.
He not only fought against the discrimination of black people, but also against the lands and the Vietnam War. Greatness King mainly located in high dreams and spectacular style as a pastor. His "I Have a Dream" on his march march to Washington, DC (August 28, 1963) makes it even more famous. He is revered by many honorable titles. In 1963, he received the Nobel Peace Prize. He was shot to death when he was doing the action in Memphis on April 4, 1968. The shock of his death caused a lot of unrest and clashes in various cities across the United States.

Important Facts about Martin Luther King, Jr.

One advocate social change strategies anti-violence in the world's most famous Martin Luther King Jr. is really true pacifist. As memories to remember him, there are some important facts about him which are struggling to make the world a better place for all of us this:
Martin Luther King, Jr., was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia middle child of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Sr. and Alberta Williams King.

When it was born, his father was named "Michael King", and Martin Luther King, Jr., was originally also named "Michael King, Jr.," until the family traveled to Europe in 1934 and visited Germany. His father then rename them both to honor Martin Luther German Protestant leader Martin Luther.
King sang with his church choir group at the premiere of the movie Gone with the Wind in Atlanta in 1939.

Growing up in Atlanta, King entered school Booker T. Washington High School. As a student growing too fast, he skips class nine and twelve grade and entered Morehouse College instantly when he was fifteen normally without graduating from high school.

Coretta Scott King was married with, on June 18, 1953, in the yard of his parents' house in Heiberger, Alabama. They have four children; Yolanda King, Martin Luther King III, Dexter Scott King, and Bernice King.
King became pastor at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama when he was twenty-four years old in 1954.
Inspired by Gandhi's success with the activities of anti-violence, King visited Gandhi's birthplace in India in 1959. The trip to India is a profound influence on the young King himself, deepening his understanding of non-violent resistance and his commitment to uphold the rights struggle in America civil rights.

King also said to be influenced by Jesus, Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Mays, Hosea Williams, Bayard Rustin, Henry David Thoreau, Howard Thurman and Leo Tolstoy.
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing to give her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. As a result, King helped organize the Montgomery Bus Boycott. After the boycott lasted for 385 days, the situation became tense to house King was bombed and he was also arrested on an opportunity. But in the end, the US District Court issued an order ending the social segregation in all public buses in Montgomery.

In 1957, King, Ralph Abenarty, and rights activists civilians founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). The group was established to provide moral support and organizing power of black churches to conduct non-violent protests in enforcing civil rights reform. King led the SCLC until his death.

In 1959, King wrote The Measure of a Man, which then was the forerunner article titled What is Man? which is an attempt to sketch the optimal political structure, social, and economic.
In the fall of 1963, upon the written order of the Attorney General Rovert F. Kennedy, the FBI began telephone tapping King.

King was awarded the Pacem in Terris Award, a prize named after the encyclical letter of Pope John XXIII in 1963 that it called for everyone to strive for peace.

King, representing SCLC, was one of the leaders of the organization of the rights of civilians being touted as the "Big Six" were instrumental in the organization of street actions on Washington for Jobs and Freedom demand, which was held on August 28, 1963 . In this event King delivered a speech titled "I Have A Dream" horrendous.

More than a quarter of a million people from different ethnic follow the event, which swarm from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to the National Mall and around the reflecting pool. At that time, the event is the largest protest in the history of Washington.
King's speech, entitled "I Have A Dream" bewitching mass. The speech, along with his Gettysburg speech Abraham Lincoln and his Infamy speech Franklin D. Roosevelt, regarded as one of the finest speeches in the history of American oratory.

Street actions, especially King's speech, has helped put the rights of civilians on the top of a liberal political agenda in the United States and opened the way for the birth of the Civil Rights Act (Civil Rights Act) in 1964.
King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1964.
In an interview with Playboy in 1965, King expressed a view that white America, and also those of other disadvantaged Americans, should be compensated for historical wrongs that have occurred. King said that he did not seek a full refund on the wages paid to the slave, that he was sure it was not possible, but he suggested that the government hold a compensation program for $ 50 million over 10 years to all disadvantaged groups.

King tried to organize an action in the streets of Selma, Alabama to the Capital Montgomery, Alabama on March 7, 1965. But the marches was canceled, due to the violence between police and the community with the protesters. The day became known as bloody Sunday.

Action was finally implemented fully and peacefully on March 25, 1965. In closing action, on the steps of the council in the state, King delivered a speech that became known as "How Long, Not Long".

In 1966, after achieving some success in the South, King and others who are members of the civil rights organizations tried to spread the movement to the North, with Chicago as its first destination.

As an educational experience and to demonstrate their support and sympathy for the poor, the King and the civil rights leader moved out to the slum area on the west side of Chicago. However, they receive treatment that is worse than ever in the South, where the action took to the road that they do get thrown stone, yelled at the crowd and almost led to riots.
King, who received death threats for his involvement in the civil rights movement, exposed brick in the street actions that they did, but he continues to struggle to lead even though his life is threatened.
When King and his allies returned to the south, they left Jesse Jackson, a seminary student who had previously joined the movement in the South, on behalf of their organization.
Starting in 1965, King began to express doubts about the US role in the Vietnam war.

On February 2, 1965, King was arrested in Selma, Alabama in a demonstration of the rights to vote (voting rights).
In April 1967, King appeared at the Riverside Church in New York City-exactly a year before his death-and delivered a speech titled "Beyond Vietnam". In his speech, he spoke loudly challenging the US role in the Vietnam war, accused the US presence in Vietnam was "to occupy the country a colony" and calling the US government as "the most violent carrier in the world today".
Supreme Court wearing the charges against King through the courts Birmingham as doing demonstrations without permission. King curled up in the Birmingham jail for four days.

In 1968, King and the SCLC organized the "Poor People Campaign" to raise issues about economic justice. The campaign ended in an action taken to the streets in Washington, DC demanding economic aid to the poor in the US.
In the month of the date of March 29, 1968, King went to Memphis, Tennessee in support of the black sanitary workers in the public works, which has been struggling since March 12 to demand higher wages and better treatment.
On April 3, King engaged in a parade and delivered his speech entitled "I've Been to the Mountaintop" at Mason Temple, the world headquarters of the Church of Christ.

King been booked a room number 306 at the Lorraine Motel. Pastor Ralph Abernaty, a close friend of King and his colleagues were present at the murder, delivered sworn testimony to the Committee on Parliamentary US options for Cases of Murder that the king and his entourage stayed at room 306 at the Lorraine Motel so often so that the room is well-known "King-Abernaty suite ".
According to Jesse Jackson, who was also present at the murder, the last word spoken King from the balcony before his assassination were spoken to musician named Ben Branch, who was scheduled to perform that night at an event which will also be attended King: "Ben, make sure you play song "Take my Hand, Precious Lord" in the meeting tonight. Play with the beautiful-beautiful. "

At 6:01, morning, April 4, the, 1968, a shot to bark when the king was standing on the balcony of the second floor of the motel. A bullet went through his right cheek, jaw ripped off, and then penetrate the spinal cord before being lodged in his shoulder.

After receiving emergency chest surgery, King was pronounced dead at St. Joseph's Hospital at 7:05 am.
An autopsy on the body of King revealed that although he was only thirty-nine years, but the same heart with the heart man aged sixty-nine years, probably as a result of stress during the thirteen years of running the movement for the rights of civilians.
The murder sparked a wave of nationwide riots in Washington DC, Chicago, Baltimore, Louisville, Kentucky, Kansas City, and dozens of other cities.
Presidential candidate Robert Kennedy was on the journey toward Indianapolis to conduct a campaign parade when he was told about the death of King. He delivered a short speech in front of his supporters whose contents convey the tragedy and urged his supporters to continue the ideals of nonviolence King.

President Lyndon B. Johnson declared on 7 April as a day of national mourning in memory of the leader of the civil rights. Vice President Hubert Humphrey attended King's funeral on behalf of the President, as there were fears that Johnson's presence would lead to protests and perhaps violence.

At the request of his widow, the last King sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church was played at the funeral ceremony, a recording of the sermon "Drum Major" it, which was delivered on February 4, 1968. In that sermon, King delivered a request that at his funeral no mention of mention prizes and honorary titles ever gets, but that mentioned that he tried to "feed the hungry", "clothe the naked", "be true in war (Vietnam)", and "love and fight for humanity. "

His good friend Mahalia Jackson sang his favorite song, "Take My Hand, Precious Lord", at his funeral ceremony.
City of Memphis quickly resolve disputes with the victory was in the sanitation workers.
Two months after King's death, the fugitive James Earl Ray was captured at London Heathrow Airport while trying to leave the UK by using fake Canadian passports.

In 1971, King was rewarded, as posthumous, Grammy Award for Best Spoken World Album for his speech titled Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam. Six years later, presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom given to King by Jimmy Carter. King and his wife was also presented with the Congressional Gold Medal in 2004.

On January 31, 1977, US district Judge John Smith, Jr., ordered that all copies recordings and written transcripts resulting from the FBI's electronic investigator tool of King between 1963 to 1968 are stored in the National Archives and are prohibited from publicly accessible until years 2027.
In 1980, the Department of the Interior to change the childhood home of King in Atlanta and several nearby houses became National Historic Site, Martin Luther King.

In the Rose Garden of the White House on 2 November, 1983 President Ronald Reagan signed a bill to establish a federal holiday to honor King. Held the first time on January 20, 1986, the holiday was called Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Following the determination by President George H.W. Bush in 1992, the holiday held on the third Monday of January each year, near the time of birth of the King.

On January 17, 2000, for the first time, Martin Luther King, Jr. is officially commemorated in the fifty US states.

Lorraine Motel, where King was killed, now the site of the Civil Rights Museum National. Thank you for reading this article. Written and posted by Bambang Sunarno. sunarnobambang86@gmail.com
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DatePublished: December 9, 2014 at 20:57
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Do you know the Ku Klux Klan.

Ku Klux Klan.
Ku Klux Klan (KKK) is also known as 'The Clan' is an extreme racist groups in the United States (US), established on December 24, 1865.
This group believes that the white race is the best race. They founded the organization with the intent to fight to eradicate blacks and minorities in the US such as the Jewish, Asian, and Roman Catholic. Although the Ku Klux Klan group four years after the government announced the establishment of the US as an illegal organization, but still running the killing action against blacks. In fact, this group also attacked white people are considered as a protective black. Ku Klux Klan action peaked in the 1950-1960 decade's which eventually led insurgents from among black Americans and figures calling for equal rights and anti-racism like Malcolm X and Martin Luther King.
However, until now the US government has never considered doing a serious effort to eradicate this dangerous categorized groups.
Symbols members of the Ku Klux Klan.

Ku Klux Klan, Real Images Racist Americans.

During this time, we often hear that the United States is a country that upholds human rights or democracy and Human Rights). In fact, with his arrogant, it becomes a police state to the world in spreading the idea of democracy and human rights. It has been very often Americans give economic sanctions and even military to countries that do not impose both ideologies or the violation of both. As if the country is a haven for the bearers of democracy and human rights. However, we all know that this country has a black mark in history that when the nations of terror against immigrants, especially blacks carried out by the Ku Klux Klan. In this article try to discuss about what's in the Ku Klux Klan and how its history.

Origin of the Ku Klux Klan.

Stocked hatred and violence by the Ku Klux Klan resentment stems from the white race in the states southern region of the United States and the Kofederasi against Blacks race after the civil war. At that time, black people were massacred people white Ku Klux Klan members. The trigger is the victory that set them free blacks from slavery snare. In its heyday, the Ku Klux Klan won more than 3 million members. Although his fortune shrink the Ku Klux Klan, but the history of this plot never really finished.

People in the United States border region south in the early days of this country stands adamant fight for individualism and defend the oppressed. Then, came the judicial and public awareness in the border region of the United States. Before slavery removed, a group of thugs constantly patrolling the plantation area of the skipper. They aim to prevent the rebellion of the slaves. They did not hesitate to whip even kill slaves who were arrested for violating curfew. After the bloody rebellion of the slaves, whites were forced to swallow the bitter pill of their defeat. Feeling lost riches obtained at a low price and even free, white people were vindictive. This is the trigger for violence by the Ku Klux Klan.

Ku Klux Klan in the winter coined in 1863 by former members of the confederation of six youth in the small town of Pulaski, Tennessee. Originally this plot just a bunch of drunks who regularly spread rah-rah. Because drunks, then every member of this gang has a silly name designations, such as the Grand Cyclops, Grand Magi, Grand Turk and Grand Scribe. Although a variety of silly names girded each member, but they are all unified name "giant". Conspirators choose from kuklos Greek word meaning circle. In language, the word is sacred. But they are said to be toying with the Ku Klux Klan because criminals publish, scariest sounding name Ku Klux Klan in the United States.
Meanwhile, lawmakers states the southern region do not want to revoke his power which has long claws to suck the blood of black people. Therefore they create restrictive legislation that became known as the Black Codes. Through this law, they emasculated the country's independence and ambition blacks enslaved them all time.

President Andrew Johnson shut eye. He deliberately let the actions damaged the Southern State legislators in the region. But Congress does not agree to the Black Codes and willed that the senators section southern regions that do not get a seat in parliament in 1865. But the plan is very mature Ku Klux Klan violence waged by applying white in countries southern region.

The tradition of the early Ku Klux Klan was driving at night. Finally, they use a new, more sinister ways. They hide their identity behind a white robe and creating a commotion in the street Pulaski. They use a conical hat that once a creepy mask. They also held a ceremony of "baptism" for new members with rituals and oaths rookie ridiculous.

When the Ku Klux Klan conspiracy grew, the more suffering of black people. At night, this plot haunt complete with attribute greatness. In the darkness that they channeled hobby burned houses blacks. They are spreading terror violence to those blacks who they deem "ungrateful". Despite the resistance of the blacks, the Ku Klux Klan did not stop shedding the blood of the former slaves. This is what stimulates the appearance of a white gang in various states. Quickly, the Ku Klux Klan influence spread to the outside of Pulaski.

Within 2 years, the Ku Klux Klan successfully expanded up to tennesse, Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi. Time the members of the thousands of people. Therefore, the Ku Klux Klan freely spread terror through mass attraction aimed at intimidating the whole society, both black and white. In some areas in the United States, the Ku Klux Klan became a shadow government. This gang has agents espionage as its data source. They are important people in the United States; the well-known newspaper editor, minister, a former confederate officials and political party leaders. They did not hesitate to prosecute anyone who threatens its existence. At that time, the Ku Klux Klan, led by General Nathan Bedford Forrest, confederate cavalry officer once accomplished champion Ku Klux Klan. He toured the southern region of the United States to open new branches and coordinate the activities of the Ku Klux Klan.

By the summer of 1868, a number of mutilation, mass murder, the death penalty is rampant in the southern region. Deteriorating political conditions create a situation of anarchy and without law. Armpit the Ku Klux Klan conspiracy against each other mutually. US Congress to intervene in the settlement of the Ku Klux Klan. Finally, in January 1869, Forrest dissolve the Ku Klux Klan. He was about to wash your hands after being involved with this plot. But this did not stop the dissolution of violence and terror, the Ku Klux Klan conspiracy. Violence against civilians was reduced, although the legislators Countries southern region has enacted legislation to face the harshness of the Ku Klux Klan conspiracy.

In 1871, Congress expressly prohibits the Ku Klux Klan organization. They are prohibited from driving at night and are prohibited from wearing masks. If you keep doing that, it means they are breaking the law. The President set a police law for states in the southern region of the United States that led to the Ku Klux Klan members were caught. Although many are caught and real do evil, but very few are incarcerated. Ku Klux Klan did not stop creating disaster by removing the black voters from polling places. Finally Democrats in the southern regions of the countries managed to win elections and then set aside blacks in the most subtle, the political run "Separate but Equal" (separate but equal). American politics drugged up to 80 years.

Generation II Ku Klux Klan.

Ku Klux Klan had a vacuum some time to be reborn in the 20th century During the vacuum, the Ku Klux Klan massive exodus to the United States 23 million immigrants from Europe. But discrimination laws blacks remain valid. 1890s, history back to witness the massacre blacks by whites. Prior to 1915, the Ku Klux Klan was reborn with a formal motion. When was William J. Simmons burn crosses in front of 15 members of the Ku Klux Klan who has re-emerged in Stone Mountain. Its main purpose is to scrape the money. Even at that time the US business climate was slow, William was able to pick up a journalist Edward Young Clarke and Elizabeth Tyler in 1920 and new relationships. He scatter issue of concern to the citizens of the United States immigration flows that flooded the United States with the spirit of anti-black, anti-Jewish, anti-Catholic, anti immortality; hatred and paranoia.

Ku Klux Klan was recently panning for gold. Within a year, members of the Ku Klux Klan reached 100 thousand people. The registration fee to become a member for $ 10 and enough to make this plot wealthy. This gang across the United States creating mass chaos, new troublemakers, new mutilation and murder against anyone who is accused of the new United States including women and eliminate the communists.

But, the new wealth makes the Ku Klux Klan officials scramble power. They are much scandal until their problems were exposed in the New York World and tails holding congressional investigation. Highlighting the negative against the Ku Klux Klan is turned free publication for the plot. Once on the pillowcase completed, the number of members of the Ku Klux Klan swell up to 4 million people over the next four years. Ku Klux Klan also managed to position its members to political office. Ku Klux Klan members from Texas, Earl Mayfield managed to become a senator in 1922. The influence of the Ku Klux Klan to decide on the governor-governor of Georgia, Alabama, California, and Oregon.

In 1926 the triumph of the Ku Klux Klan back receding. Along etrjadi world recession in the 1930s, the Ku Klux Klan continued to decline. Although demikain wealth is still active. Finally, the Ku Klux Klan in 1944 practically stopped Internal Revenue Service armpit (Internal Revenue Service) is made bankrupt by the tax burden to bear for $ 685,000.

Ku Klux Klan Generation III.

In 1949, a doctor from Atlanta, Samuel Green tried to re-awaken the Ku Klux Klan. Newly formed Ku Klux Klan Samuel Green this is then turned into the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. Motto is equal rights for all, there is no privilege for anyone. This motto applies in Louisiana in 1956 and no longer use terror in the early 20th century, however, however, remains the Ku Klux Klan. Ku Klux Klan action Generation III peaked in 1950 until the 1960s, which eventually led to the rebellion of black America and the figures are calling for equal rights and anti-racism was Malcolm X and Martin Luther Malcolm X was shot dead by the time will give a talk on February 21, 1965 and Martin Luther King was shot dead on 4 April 1968.


After reading this article, may arise questions and wonderment in our own minds, how can a country that is often shouted to other countries on human rights violations and provide economic and even military sanctions, but ignore the human rights violations in his own country? It would be very sad and embarrassing if people in less freedom, intimidated, and even murdered simply because of skin color? It would be funny if someone set a certain skin color to be the most superior in comparison with other skin color? Whereas in Islam, all humans are equal and the most glorious in the Ar-Rahman is the most pious.

"O mankind! We created you from a male and a female and made you nations and tribes that ye may know each other-know. Verily, the most honorable of you with Allah is the most pious among you. Indeed, Allah is Knower, Aware. "(Al-Hujurat: 13)
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DatePublished: December 9, 2014 at 19:40
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Double standards of the 17th century.

Do the same rights.
Tagar #crimingwhilewhite (criminal act was as white) is a trending topic in the United States and around the world.
Residents began posting stories to show clearly the difference police treatment of whites. They can commit crimes without fear of being held. Tagar is also a symbol of injustice of the police. One is the story of a cartoonist Joel Watson.
In his Twitter account, at the age of 14 years, Watson wrote that he never shoplifting. But at that time he was released only because his parents come and see them as a harmonious family. Watson that white is then complete booms with hastag #crimingwhilewhite. Similar disclosed artist Jeremy Scheuch.
"I'm not proud of this. However, at the age of 22 years I pushed a police officer when I was drunk at the bar. I was just told to go home and sleep. #crimingwhilewhite," Scheuch wrote in his Twitter account.
Tagar #crimingwhilewhite get varying responses. Some pointed out that the statement further strengthen that police treat people in a special white. However, some are thinking that the campaign with the hashtag #crimingwhilewhite can help white people and the world to see reality in the United States, the laws in the land of Uncle Sam, who often hail human rights was found to have a double standard.
Weight for the black, light for the whites.
The results showed that for the same crime, black youths were arrested and jailed more often than white teens.
Association of American Civil Rights Equality (ACLU) said blacks are four times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than whites. In fact, based on the survey, a black man who uses marijuana less than whites.
In Ferguson, State of Missouri, the number of blacks who sought, marginalized and even imprisoned far more than their percentage of the total population.
Based on United States Bureau of Statistics, the population of black people in the country only 13 percent of the total population. But in 2010, 28 percent of crime suspects arrested were black people.
As many as 42 percent of criminals are sentenced to death in 2012 were black. As many as 32 percent of people who were killed in 2003-2009 in the arrest were blacks.
The results of Princeton University study released increasingly asserted that blacks were considered not comparable. Universities are researching thousands of entrepreneurs in the United States who are looking for employees. As a result, it was found that white men are believed to commit the same crime he wanted to be working with black people who have a clean background.
Conditions in the United States today is not unlike as in the 17th century, when slavery was still rife. It was in Philadelphia, police were given the right to stop and catch a black man wandering in the streets. More white people who commit crimes. However, the retained most blacks. Thank you for reading this article. Written and posted by Bambang Sunarno. sunarnobambang86@gmail.com
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DatePublished: December 9, 2014 at 18:56
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Why the Dutch Building Sturdy?

Finding the secret of Dutch buildings in Indonesia are timeless.

Dutch heritage building.

Almost in every city in Indonesia, I met many old buildings still standing firmly challenging times. The building has a design that is crippled with new buildings around it but it appears most prominent and riveting, including in the form of houses and high-rise buildings, a bridge connecting the two regions separated by rivers and ravines, means of transport such as public roads and railroads, sluice flood control to irrigation canals to irrigate the fields to the villages and much more. Some of them are monumental building that is closely related to the presence of foreign influence, namely the Netherlands. It is undeniable that the Dutch did ever exist in this country so that traces its existence was widely spread in Indonesia.

As a layman in the field of architecture certainly do not quite understand about the ins and outs of how the Dutch buildings, in layman's view of the building from the Dutch in Indonesia do not have too many accessories such as Dutch building in his native country, the walls and pillars are dominated by the shape of the box, but it is precisely give the impression of a strong building. Although some of the buildings Dutch in Indonesia had been destroyed and lost, but for many others is still standing strong and used in accordance with the needs of the present so as not infrequently the building has undergone a change in the function of the original function in addition to the changes and additions unsur- new building elements. I was amazed and wondered how buildings timeless as it is built?

Finding the secret to the Netherlands.

A lesson and a science that need to be explored is how the building-building of the Dutch in Indonesia built to withstand up to now. Many are told that to find the answer does not have to go to the Netherlands because of the use of information technology such as the internet it seems the answer and it's easy to find the secret. It is one easy solution to uncover the secrets because many of the theories that have been discussed her on the Internet, but it is not that simple, because going to the Netherlands for is also a dream.

Looking for the secret to going to the Netherlands seems not a solution that is wrong, I'm sure witnessed firsthand how the Dutch buildings in his native country while comparing buildings Dutch in Indonesia will also provide added value rather than just read a theory. Besides, to learn firsthand how the ins and outs of the Dutch building architecture in his native country then we can also learn how the social and cultural aspects of the Netherlands and other European nations have influenced the architectural style of a Dutch building.

Netherlands as a gateway to the global community.

The Netherlands is a liberal state that consists of various races, religions and nations live peacefully side by side. Based on the history of the Netherlands is a country whose population is not only composed of the original Dutch society but also migrants from other countries so that this situation has made the Dutch familiar with the global world. Most of the Dutch community in addition to using the Dutch language as an introduction to everyday communication, they are also fluent in English. The Netherlands also uses English as the language of instruction in higher education so that we do not have to worry to learn to Dutch though could not speak Dutch. The Dutch government has also launched itself as a destination country International learning and open courses in English even though the Netherlands itself is not a country that uses English as the official language.

The capital of the Netherlands is Amsterdam, a city with old buildings / monuments are well maintained continuity (The Living Museum), it makes a lot of travelers from various countries came to this town for a tour of history, this situation reversed by the state buildings Indonesian parents who neglected, so we need to learn how to preserve old buildings as a tourist attraction. Amsterdam is also one of the most important trading cities in Europe and became Europe's gateway to the world because of its strategic position of the Netherlands. Some say that in order to explore the European continent does not have to travel around Europe but enough to go to the Netherlands.

It seems that a lot of reasons why the Netherlands is worth mentioning as a gateway to leading global community, including the appeal of old buildings in the Netherlands which maintained continuity so as to siphon tourists from various countries, the diversity of Dutch people who live peacefully side by side, English-language courses offered by the Netherlands and many more. Not only is it the most prominent is the existence of the International Court in The Hague, Netherlands, this implies that the Netherlands has been trusted by the international community as a center of world justice.
Thank you for reading this article. Written and posted by Bambang Sunarno. sunarnobambang86@gmail.com
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DatePublished: December 9, 2014 at 14:11
Tag : Why the Dutch Building Sturdy?