Tuesday 14 June 2022



'Obama' in Indonesia.Website for this image

"Senior retired generals" have been supporting the Islamist groups in Indonesia.

Retired Generals Using Islamic Groups

Chep Hernawan, the leader of ISIS in Indonesia.

According to media reports, Chep Hernawan, leader of the Islamic Reform Movement (Garis), is one of the Islamists who has been supported by a retired three-star general.

Retired Army Chief General Tyasno Sudarto, who is a Christian, is one of those supporting the Islamist groups.

Retired Generals Using Islamic Groups: March 22, 2011 / LtGen Tyasno Sudarto - Master of Terror

Tyasno Sudarto, a Christian, has been supporting the Islamists.

Sudarto, a former head of military intelligence and former army chief of staff, has worked closely with friends of the CIA in Indonesia, such as General Moerdani and former President Suharto.

Chep Hernawan is the leader of ISIS in Indonesia.

He has overseen the departure of scores of fighters from Indonesia to Syria and Iraq.

ISIS is free to recruit.

In March 2010, in Jakarta, there was a meeting which brought together the Moslem Hizb ut-Tahrir organisation and General Tyasno Sudarto.

At this meeting, Tyasno Sudarto, denounced the United States.

However, this denunciation may simply have been a trick to win over the less intelligent Islamists.

In 1981 five members of Komando Jihad hijacked a Garuda flight and took it and its 57 passengers to Bangkok. This was a false flag operation.

In Indonesia, the American trained generals still pull the strings.

The forerunner of al Qaeda, which was founded around 1988, could be said to be Indonesia's Komando Jihad, which was founded around 1968.

Komando Jihad was set up by the American-trained Indonesian military.

In the Australian newspaper The AgeDr Damien Kingsbury wrote about Moslem militants in Indonesia and their links to the American-trained military:

(We must not get back in bed with Kopassus)

1. Komando Jihad, which became Jemaah Islamiah, was set up by (American trained) Indonesian generals.

Dr Kingsbury wrote: "Kopassus (Indonesian special forces)... has engaged in... hostage rescue missions.

"The first was in 1981, when a Garuda aircraft was hijacked....

"Kopassus... set up the Islamic organisation Komando Jihad that hijacked the plane in 1981 and which has since emerged as Jemaah Islamiah."

(We must not get back in bed with Kopassus)

Indonesia's Djoko Suyanto (right) with US Vice Admiral Doug Crowder commander of the US 7th Fleet

2. Laskar Jihad was set up by (American trained) generals.

Jakarta human-rights activist Bonar Naipospos told Asia Times Online: "General Suparman is one of the generals who was behind the extremist Jihad groups.

"He set up militias composed of gangsters and religious fanatics to counter student demonstrations in 1998. 

"One of these militias, Pram Swarkasa, became the embryo of Laskar Jihad."

Cabinet papers show that British spies, including MI6, supported Islamic guerrillas in order to destabilise Sukarno.



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