Tuesday 1 March 2016


In 2011, Prince Andrew enjoyed a sensual massage from a pretty young Indonesian girl.

Andrew relaxed under the hands of petite masseuse Ria at the five-star Shangri-La Hotel in Jakarta.

Kalijodo has been a red light district in Jakarta since the days of Dutch colonialism.


Sari, aged 22, said that she and 16 friends were locked in at the Cempaka Bar in the Kalijodo district.

They were originally promised jobs as waitresses or housemaids.

But they were held captive and forced into prostitution in the bar.


Some of the prostitutes in the area are children.

February 2016.

Jakarta's governor, Basuki Purnama, has now demolished the Kalijodo red light district.

Basuki Purnama is a Christian and an Indonesian of Chinese origin.

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Jakarta's Kalijodo is the latest of nearly 70 red-light districts shut down in Indonesia.

The government wants to close the remaining around 100 more by 2019.


Southeast Asia's largest red-light district was called Dolly and was in Surabaya in Indonesia.

It was closed down in 2014.

Prostitution is illegal in Indonesia but still widespread in most major cities.


Some of Kalijodo's 3,000 more respectable residents have been relocated to government-subsidised apartments.

Evicted sex workers have been offered vocational training, but few have taken up the offer.

"My husband is still jobless," said Kania, whose husband was a caretaker at a Kalijodo entertainment business.


Some sex workers have moved to red-light districts in Tangerang, Bogor and elsewhere.


According to data from Kalijodo, of 1,405 people with jobs connected with the area's nightlife, 450 were sex workers.

The remainder worked as security guards, parking wardens, cleaners, etc.

Kalijodo girls move to nearby red-light districts

Indonesia has an AIDS epidemic.

Some of Indonesia's top hotels and places of entertainment are linked to top generals and police chiefs, reportedly.

Chinese-Indonesians are said to be involved in running most of the places of entertainment.

Police officers release 10 underage children employed in a nightlife entertainment centre at Tamansari, West Jakarta.

JAKARTA UNDERCOVER reported that Jakarta's Alexis Hotel (in the Ancol area) has lots of available young ladies.

Rumour has it that the Jakarta Mayor may take action.

The Mercure hotel Hayam Wuruk is noted for its massage (repectable, we presume).

A respectable visitor to Jakarta.

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At 1 March 2016 at 12:39 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 2 March 2016 at 08:16 , Blogger Mark Jesus said...

Little to doubt secret services, (the U.K. lot, Gay Employee of the Year – summit like that) are gay-centric in their endeavours. Listening to someone note yesterday; Republicans get-fixed-up/go-gay; while Democrats get it 'straight'. The young up-and-coming to political-stardom must be easy pickings. Some coke and shots, starts with their preferred, soon becomes their… I expect it's becoming harder to do this, with sleaze, so out the bag.

The wider psy-op must be feeding the hate and divide. Mostly 'religious'-based, ambivalence, through to persecution. An easy tool to exploit. In Jesus name I hate… homophobia. Like I hate… other forms of abuse. Yet, for all the gay-mafia spreading alternative life-styles(?) to children in the name of positive discrimination, through to speech-fascism that threatens all our liberties…

“They came for gay people and… Then they came for the… and...”

'Refugees(?)' good/bad, Gays good/bad, Feminism good/bad, Black-lives-matter good/bad… and behind it, thoroughly and directly on some of those 'coins', people who couldn't give a damn, either-way. All bad: That's the cult behind s.services' mantra. A-let's get 'em fighting in the streets. Prepared for; When required. Another psy-op, is for us not to better deconstruct, much m.s.media collusion. It's not just fashion or money driven. Going with the popular flow. Pump is priming for sophisticated coverage.

We do well in reconstructing antidotes. Somehow get them out there to less well-attuned. You have a go here. Wildly so... but what's that matter? Better the 'way you do', than most-rest, who don't.

Interesting to read some more of the Indonesian extent of all this. Interesting? No. Angry.

At 2 March 2016 at 10:35 , Blogger Greg Pearson said...

this apparently well documented book is astonishing- http://www.whale.to/b/abrams_b.html


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