Monday 1 May 2017



Indonesia's Batam island has a large sex industry, popular with Singaporeans.

The big money men in Batam are cronies of the late General Suharto.

"The Habibie family's partners in their many Batam enterprises read like a who's who of the New Order: Suharto crony and tycoon Liem Sioe Liong and Suharto sons Bambang Trihatmodjo and Hutomo 'Tommy' Mandala Putra."

Batam - ASIANOW - Asiaweek

Trump resort in Bogor, Indonesia, to operate in 2019.

The Gang Dolly red light district, in Surabaya in Indonesia, has been closed down by Surabaya's female mayor.

Gang Dolly was as big as any red light district in Thailand.

Gang Dolly is done as SE Asia's Largest Red Light District Closes.

Jakarta's former mayor, a Christian now facing blasphemy charges, demolished Jakarta's Kalijodo sex district.

Jakarta demolishes largest red-light district Kalijodo.

People in Indonesia with HIV. They have only fairly recently started testing patients for HIV/AIDS.

When a red light area is closed, the prostitutes simply move to another area.

Victim of AIDS. You may see a lot of very thin people in Indonesia.

We were told in the early 1990s that Indonesia has an AIDS epidemic.

One area with high rates of HIV/AIDS infection is Bali

The rates of infection are fast increasing.


Allegedly, the people who make the big money from the sex trade in Indonesia are certain top people associated with the military.


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 had 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 were children.

February 2016.

Jakarta's former governor, Basuki Purnama, aka Ahok, 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.

Trump reportedly sides with the 'preman' and not with Ahok.

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.

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

A respectable visitor to Jakarta.

There is a big gap between rich and poor in Indonesia.


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At 23 April 2017 at 03:51 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

Sometimes in 80% Muslim Indonesia, the prostitution is indeed considered 'religiously legal' & 'halal' per Islam, given that the women are truly 'weekend wives' as per above video ... An imam blesses a Shia-style 'temporary marriage' for the weekend or other short period

The marriage is then concluded by the classic Muslim 'triple talaq' divorce, the male says the word 'talaq' 3 times & the marriage is over on Sunday night or Monday morning

And since you can have 4 wives as 'religious standard' you do not need to divorce your long-term wive(s) to have weekend fun with a 2nd or 3rd or 4th

Though temporary marriage is mostly a Shia practice, many Sunnis adopt it 'under special circumstances', such as wealthy Saudis visiting Indonesia

One sociological result of the Iranian 1979 revolution, and the achievement of a relatively full Shia regime, is that you see the catastrophic destructiveness of this 'temporary marriage' practice ... which is a major reason Shia Muslim men love their particular branch of Islam

It is really nothing else than a mosque-sanctioned prostitution form ... women in Iran advertise in classifieds that they are available as 'temporary wives', requesting the equivalent of 50 pounds or so ... there is social wreckage everywhere, Iranian birth-rates etc have imploded (which, to be fair, is also a result of educating Muslim women as Iran does)

At 23 April 2017 at 05:55 , Anonymous Mr. Nobody said...

Okay, so deep breath, because I'm going to offer some information that will seem a trifle ummm crazy? but, if you research this, you may just wind up agreeing with me. There is strong evidence that HIV and AIDS do not exist. The Perth group, a group of scientists in Australia tried to isolate the virus and could not. There are other scientists saying the same thing. Understand that HIV tests are highly unreliable, and can show positive for someone who merely has an actual disease, because the tests assess antibody levels. For further information, go to a site called And look up the following doctors: Dr Claus Kohnlein, Dr Stefan Lanka, and Dr Ralph Scobey. And for further information about so-called viral diseases, read the great researcher Jim West---you can also find his articles on Okay, so that may be a jolt to some of you, but keep an open mind and read what these doctors have to say before you dismiss it. Peace.

At 23 April 2017 at 11:31 , Anonymous Anonymous said...



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