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Tuesday, 6 July 2021

West Papua - Biak Massacre Of 6 July 1998: Australia Looks The Other Way

The revolution will never be wished away. 

For decades, the independence struggle across the border persisted. The Cold War. Instead of the UN completing the process of decolonisation led by the the Dutch Colonial masters to grant independence by 1971, West Papua was handed over to Indonesia under UNTEA. 1969 AFC. It was a sham. 

The UN dream instead became Melanesia's biggest nightmare.

Questions remain till today. What happened?

PNG Parliament debated on the West Papua issue in October last year, 2019. Opposition Leader and Vanimo Green River MP in a series of questions wanted Prime Minister James Marape to outline PNG foreign policy on West Papua as a Non - Self Governing UN Trust Territory. 

Read the developments on the issue here:

We shall overcome some day. Read the story of the Biak Massacre here:

Sunday, 4 July 2021

Dua Gerakan Perjuangan Kemerdekaan West Papua Harus Terpadu dan Melekat

By: Kristian Griapon, 3 Juli 2021

Symbol Kemerdekaan Bangsa Papua Barat (Mr.Rex Rumakiek)

Dua bentuk Gerakan Perlawanan Rakyat Papua Barat yang memperjuangkan kemerdekaan dari pendudukan Indonesia diatas wilayah mereka Papua Barat, yaitu bentuk perlawanan bersenjata di dalam negeri, dan bentuk perlawanan melalui kampanye politik di luar negari mencari dukungan masyarakat internasional, yang disebut sayap militer TPNPB di dalam negeri dan sayap politik ULMWP di luar negeri.

Kedua Gerakan Perlawanan TPNPB dan ULMWP, merupakan bagian keutuhan dari Kampanye Politik Perjuangan Kemerdekaan Papua Barat yang harus terpadu dan melekat. Jika tidak demikian, maka akan memperpanjang serta memperumit gerakan perlawanan itu sendiri untuk mencapai tujuannya.

Rakyat Papua Barat dapat bercermin dari perjuangan Rakyat Palestina melawan pendudukan Israel diatas wilayah mereka. Perjuangan Rakyat Palestina semakin panjang dan rumit melawan pendudukan Israel, pada hal Kemerdekan Rakyat Palestina telah berada di depan mata.

Akibat dari dua kubu dalam barisan pejuang kemerdekaan Rakyat Palestina yang tidak terpadu dan melekat, yaitu sayap militer Hamas dan sayap politik PLO mempunyai pandangan yang berdeda dan mempertahankan prinsip masing-masing dalam perjuangan kemerdekaan Rakyat Palestina, telah memperumit kemerdekaan Rakyat Palestina.

Kampanye politik luar negeri melalui sayap politik PLO berhasil meyakinkan masyarakat internasional tentang Hak Penentuan Nasib Sendiri Rakyat Palestina sebagai suatu bangsa diatas wilayah mereka dan hidup berdampingan dengan Israel sebagai Negara merdeka, yang telah direspons melalui PBB, namun mendapat jalan buntu, akibat dari pelabelan teroris terhadap gerakan perlawanan bersenjata Hamas yang mempunyai prinsip dasar menghancurkan atau melenyapkan Israel yang adalah satu bangsa merdeka dari muka bumi.

Jika kita melihat dari pengalaman masa lalu yang menjadi Dasar Sejarah Perjuangan Rakyat Papua Barat hari ini, tidak bisa ditutupi, bahwa perjuangan saat ini masih mewarisi perpecahan masa lalu, akibat dari tidak ada penyatuan prinsip para pejuang kemerdekaan, yang dijadikan komitmen dasar memperjuangkan hak penentuan nasib sendiri diatas wilayah mereka Papua Barat, sehingga hal tersebut telah memperpanjang dan memperumit perjuangan itu sendiri.

Pelabelan teroris terhadap TPNPB merupakan langkah strategis dan bersifat politis pemerintah Republik Indonesia, untuk memutuskan mata rantai Perjuangan Kemerdekaan Rakyat Papua Barat di dalam negeri, yang berkaitan erat dengan hubungan kampanye politik luar negeri pejuang kemerdekaan Papua Barat di dunia internasional.

Para Pejuang Kemerdekaan Papua Barat di dalam negeri maupun di luar negeri harus bersatu, serta menjaga dan merawat dukungan yang telah nyata dan jelas diberikan oleh bangsa Vanuatu sebagai sebuah Negara anggota PBB, karena dukungan itu menjadi landasan dan pintu diplomasi politik luar negeri Perjuangan Kemerdekaan Rakyat Papua Barat baik itu melalui PBB maupun lembaga-lembaga kredibel internasional lainnya, wasalam.(Kgr)

Thursday, 24 June 2021

Buku Declaration of Independence

Buku ini menceritakan Deklarasi kemerdekaan di beberapa negara dimulai sejak 1776-1993. Deklarasi Kongres Amerika pada 4 Juli 1776 untuk kemerdekaan Amerika; Manifesto Prancis pada 4 Januari 1790; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Haiti 1 Januari 1804; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Veneziela 5 Juli 1811; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Selandia Baru 28 Oktobert 1835; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Texas 2 Maret 1836; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Liberia 16 July 1847; Deklarasi Kemerdekaan Czechoslovak 18 Oktober 1918; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Viet nam 2 September 1945; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Israel 14 Mei 1948; Deklarasi kemerdekaan Southern Rhodesia 11 November 1965. Semua Deklarasi kemerdekaan ini dilakukan secara sepihak, negara kolonial tidak setujui deklarasi-deklarasi ini. Deklarasi Sukarno-Hatta 17 Agustus 1945 juga dilakukan secara sepihak tanpa persetujuan Belanda. Sukarno-Hata dan PPUPKI manfaatkan kekalahan Jepang di Hirozima dan Nakazaki. Jadi, buku ini mendidik kita hukum-hukum umum ini dan hukum itu berlaku di seluruh dunia.

Saturday, 19 June 2021

The MSG Leaders Summit in Noumea is faced with the task of bringing to an end the biggest tragedy

The MSG Leaders Summit in Noumea is faced with the task of bringing to an end the biggest tragedy to come out of the thesis of decolonisation, and how it has traumatised Melanesia so much over the past 60 years since 1961.

West Papua was to have been the first Melanesian country to have gained statehood if not for the Indonesian invasion. Today the dream of independence is as strong as first kindled by the Dutch, and hence the preparation for independence started in 1961. The Dutch knew West Papua would make it one day and be a global player like the rest of Melanesia do today because they became sovereign and independent through all the years West Papua chased its dream of self - determination. At the time the 'Fraud of West Papua' was scripted by the US under the label, 'stone - aged cannibals' who cannot impact on human civilisation, there was no MSG or Pacific Islands Forum which would have cushioned the fallacies and therefore push West Papua into statehood and sovereignty. The US knew its interests were the biblical truth, and that truth prevailed, but today the story is different. There is no 'US Interest' to give in to.
If West Papua must be free because of the children, that would be also a biblical truth. Papuans hope for independence would be driven today in a large measure due to the children of West Papuan. 

According to the official Indonesian version, there are no indigenous people in West Papua, and the rest of Indonesia for that matter so attrocities are legitimate state practice. In this scheme of things, the children of West Papua have no future in the former Dutch colony and an occupied territory.

The law is clear. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, to which Indonesia is a party, says children should not be separated from their families for whatever reason, even poverty. And Indonesia's Child Protection Act includes a five-year jail penalty for those who convert a child to religion different from their family's. In West Papua, religious leaders have little doubt that removing children is part of a broader effort to overwhelm the indigenous population; "It is Indonesia's long-term project to make Papua an Islamic place," says the head of the province's Baptist church, Socratez Yoman. "If Jakarta wants to educate Papuan children," says Christian leader Benny Giay, "why don't they build schools in Papua?"

Indonesia tried to push its reform packages to keep West Papua a part of Indonesia featured by the Special Autonomy Law or OTSUS and another offshoot, UP4B, which have failed to yield the outcomes expected by the Papuans. The Papuans expected self -determination to come on the back of these reform packages, flowing from the 14 Points Proclaimed by US President Woodrow Wilson in 1918 at Versailles that all colonial possessions be relieved, and the indigenous people let free. West Papuans know they qualified to be free in 1961.
So the question of MSG pussy - footing and masturbating about in terms of lack of data, hence the need for a fact - finding MSG Mission to West Papua in the next 6 months is baffling to an educated humanity in Melanesia and the Pacific. 

The decoy is a big laugh, and means we cannot define the collective national interests of the Melanesian Confederation. Definitely, West Papua's freedom is a national security interest for PNG, Melanesia, and the Pacific region. It was the 'US Interest' that gave birth to the West Papua Conflict, and MSG must stand ready to redress the conflict. 1 million Papuans lie in the graves whispering 'merdeka' silently, and their eyes still open, to be closed when the issue of independence is settled in their favor. It is the Melanesian spirituality that kept Melanesia alive for 60,000 years, a healing that must take place.The stolen children of West Papua who were taken to Java to be 'Indonesianised' was suggested as a policy in the early stages of the occupation industry by Indonesian government authorities and its military but dropped because it was inhuman.It means Indonesia is more medieval now than in 1961.

MSG, despite the arguments cooked up by 'Indonesianised' Papuans who can only speak for 60 years of Indonesian presence in West Papua, must take full responsibility to free West Papua. US didnot. Australia looked away. The Dutch were told to stand outside or get lost. Indonesia just wants to eat. 

The Melanesian Machiavelli must prevail as it has for 60,000 years. Give West Papua the opportunity to prove to the world that Papuans, and Melanesians, are today educated and stand ready to meet the bar of international society.
A referendum is in order, and Indonesia, there is one message. Get ready to blaze out of West Papua! Read the trend here:

Thursday, 20 May 2021

Meet the ‘Iron Lady’ behind Bougainville’s revolutionary leader

By PNG Bulletin Online -May 17, 202122066

Francis Ona's wife, Elizabeth shaking hands with Madang Governor, Peter Yama. Photo: supplied

“He was the first black man I’ve ever seen in my life!

“He was so black! Seeing him had left me wondering how a person could have so much pigment to produce such black skin colour,” Elizabeth was recounting to me her yester-years of meeting the love of her life, the late revolutionary leader of Bougainville, Francis Ona.

But her eyes seemed far away from me, staring into the clear blue skies from underneath the home she was accommodated in on Buka Island.

It was a day after the inauguration of the 4th Bougainville House of Representatives in September 2020, when I met her.

She’s never left Guava Village – a place which had become home to her, since the start of the 1994 ceasefire from the bloody Bougainville Crisis.

This was her first-ever travel outside Guava on a special invitation by the Governor of Madang, Peter Yama, and I’ve had the privilege, along with the consent, to meet with her.

The year was 1974 and Elizabeth, the young ‘aine barasi’ (pretty lady) from Bokure Village on the volcanic Manam Island was at the Madang Technical College studying secretarial duties when she had met Francis Ona.

One of Elizabeth’s elder brother was married to Ona’s cousin and he had informed Ona of her younger sister studying in Madang.

Ona was studying at the University of Technology in Lae in Morobe Province, and had gone to Madang along PNG’s north coast to do his practical study on surveying.

The late Francis Ona. Photo:FB
He’d taken the time to visit the college to meet Elizabeth.

“I was scared of him because he was so black,” Elizabeth grinned across me. “We were having dinner at the mess when one of the college’s head boy, announced that I had a visitor.

“I went across to see who it was. I never got close to him. It was the first time a man had asked to see me. And he was black.

“He told me he was my in-law because of my brother and his cousin sister. He showed me a photograph of me and my brother and I believed him.

“He visits me in school from then on, although I never really took any keen interest in him.”

In 1975 Elizabeth had traveled to Bougainville to visit her brother who was working for the SHRM, a contractor to the Panguna Mine.

Ona had helped to pay for the airline ticket, and took her home to Guava.

“I did not finish school. I was supposed to finish school in 1975 and I was supposed to be working for the Stevedores in Madang in 1976. I’ve never returned home since.”

But Ona’s family were initially against their union because Elizabeth was a ‘redskin’.

“I did not mind what they were thinking. I had become Francis Ona’s wife; the black-skin man I once was so afraid of and did not have any feelings for.”

Like all normal couples Elizabeth and Francis had their ups and downs in the initial years of their union. However, Elizabeth who had come from so far to be with her husband, never once thought of deserting him to return home.

Francis Ona had never really finished school too. After only returning to the University of Technology in 1976, his mother died in October that same year, forcing him back home. There he found employment with the Bougainville Copper Limited (BCL) until his resignation.

It was in the early 1980’s that Elizabeth started seeing her husband and his sisters (both of them married to Madang men) talk of a revolution against the Panguna Mine.

“I am a woman and I know my place was with my kids and in the home. I did not pay much attention to their discussions or what it was about.

“Until 1988 my house had hosted many meetings between my husband and his sisters or with other people. I was at times privy to some of the conversation. But I kept reminding myself that I am from another place and whatever they were talking about is because they were landowners and have the right to talk about or dispute with the company, not me. And that kept me away from their discussions, which had grown in frequency in 1988.”

It was on November 25 1988, when her female in-laws broke the news to Elizabeth that everything that were deliberated in all their meetings at their home, will be “executed tonight” she recounted the exact words.

It was the same day Francis Ona had resigned from his job with the mine, brought home all his finish-pay and airline tickets for his wife and children and told Elizabeth to “take the money and the kids and return to your home”.

“Our father told me he can’t say whether or not he will make it out alive from what he’s planned to do.

“But I refused to leave him. I told him that I had come all this way to be with him and that I will stay here with him.

“I have seen barely little of him since then. How he disappeared from us that afternoon and was whisked away, I would not know. He was the leader and he was well protected by his security guards.

“I was scared and confused. I had so many things in the house. I was given an hour to pack, however, I packed from 5pm in the afternoon until 10pm in the night. One of my brothers, another in-law of my husband, brought a truck and all our belongings were transported to the village.

“That night, the Pink Palace at the mine township of Panguna – an administrative building was the first structure that was blown up. Right at 12 mid-night, signaling the start of the revolution against the BCL and Panguna Mine.”

Locals surrounding the mine were aware of what would happen and they stood and watched as the night sky was lit up by the huge explosion.

From their union up until eruption of the ‘Bougainville Crisis’ in 1988, Francis Ona and Elizabeth had five children.

“Our fifth child, a daughter was 3-days old when the fighting started. I did not have the time to clean her up properly when I ran off with her and the other children into the forest.

“I ran away with three small children – one of them a three-day old baby. The two boys were with their uncles at Mamu, a place on the hills behind Arawa Town.

“You cannot imagine those times, when we would scramble for cover when PNG Defence Force helicopters hover over us and were spraying bullets from their machine guns into the forests.

“We were deep in the jungles over the Crown Prince Range. People from this area took us in and helped us hide from the fighting. The place was so rugged. Sometimes we would trip and fall in the dark when the choppers were shooting down. But the adrenaline quickly got us back on our feet as we race for cover.

“My baby would be hanging in a lap-lap in front of me and I would be dragging her older sister, who was 5, behind me when we race for cover. My dear mother would be carrying the elder sister of the two and following closely behind us. It was a tough going.

“The place was mountainous, very rugged and so slippery under the rain – and it rains often in the jungles.

“Except for the ‘taro-kongkong’ there was no other food in the area. We lived on the ‘singapore taro’ until we returned back to our village after two years.

“My children were town babies. But it was a blessing to me that none of them cried or nagged me for store goods. They all fed from the ‘taro-kongkong’ or ‘singapore taro’ that were available to us.

“It was also a blessing that none of my children were sick when we were in hiding. I was apprehensive about my three-day old baby; given she was newborn. But God was good to us. None of them fell ill until we were allowed to return to our desolated home.

“My children only know about sleeping on mattresses and it was really heart-breaking to see them sleeping on the damp earth and out in the cold with nothing to keep them warm.”

Elizabeth’s mother passed away and was buried at the village after they were allowed to return home.

In all those years of hiding, Elizabeth and her children only met their father once. He was brought to them by his security guards.

Francis Ona was highly guarded and protected. His movement, his hiding and his rendezvous with whoever he wanted to meet with, in those fighting days, was always top secret.

“During that first-ever meeting with us, his youngest daughter did not know that the man who had cuddled her was her father. She had refused him carrying her. She was over a year and was able to speak so she had told him then that ‘you’re not my daddy’.

“I wasn’t that scared even with the fighting. It was a very scary experience for everyone in Bougainville. But I could not let fear cripple me from caring for my small children. I only worried about the safety of our father, not scared. I was thinking, if I would be scared who will take care of my children. I have to be strong for them.”

After a year in the jungles, the people were urged back to their villages by the security forces.

“We did not return directly to our village. The first year out from hiding, we had spent at another village before we were certain we could return home. It was two years before we actually returned home.

“I’ve been there, well before the start of everything ever since until today,” she smiled openly at me.

In saying that, Elizabeth literally meant she has never ventured beyond her Guava Village, since fleeing the fighting and after returning to resettle in 1990, either into the now-battered townships of Panguna or Arawa.

Elizabeth later gave birth to two more children in 1995 and 1997. Both of them are now attending colleges in the country.

She however, lost her third-born daughter in 2004, eight (months) before she lost her husband, the late revered revolutionary leader, Francis Ona.

“She was 21. We were still mourning the loss of my daughter when we lost our father. We did not have time to complete burial rituals and customary obligations. It was painful.

“But I still remained at Guava, my husband’s home, to this day.”

The death of Elizabeth’s husband is still a mystery to her. Francis Ona was sick for exactly a week before he succumbed to his fate.

“He had fallen ill on a Sunday, and passed away quietly the following Sunday. He would say he felt a paralyzing heat pass from his feet up to his heart. But we never actually knew what was wrong with him.

“I still visit and clean his grave every time I can.

“Since he had come out of hiding for the first time in 1995, I have always been suspicious of some of the company he kept. There was one time two expatriates who were among a rally hosted by our father in Arawa, when one of them told me he was a spy and that he had taken a photograph of me. I told our father to be wary and careful of the people who are about him. But he never really bothered about what I had said.

“So like everyone else, till today, I still do not know what killed him. He’s death is still a mystery to me.”

Apart from the fighting, the death and the misery that came with the decade-long Bougainville Crisis, Elizabeth is proud of the cause her husband had led.

“He was not a criminal. He stood up for his people, the landowners and especially women. His sisters and women landowners would be really worried visiting him and telling him about the destruction and what the company (BCL) had done to their land and he would sympathize with them.

“The way I see it is, land is a mother to all of us. If we destroy it by digging it up and rudely cutting it open for greed, who is going to look after us, our children and our grandchildren into the future?

“God gave us land to look after and it will in turn look after us. But the land around Panguna is destroyed beyond repair. It is so ruined. How will it look after our children and their children into the future?

“So I think my husband stood up for a worthy cause.

“But of course there are people who celebrate me as the woman behind the revolution, and there are others who don’t think the same about me.”

Prior to our meeting, Elizabeth had made me promise that I would not ask her anything political about the entire bloodied history of the revolution her husband started and led.

However, having settled in and opening up to our conversation, Elizabeth told me, having suffered through all these years, she wants to see something fruitful from what her husband had championed.

I was curious about what she meant by a ‘fruitful outcome’ and so I ventured cautiously.

“Oh well, I want to see Bougainville becoming independent. Not independent in the sense that it would completely break away and isolate from Papua New Guinea, but being independent in the sense that it can still remain a very close friend to PNG, just like what’s currently going on between Papua New Guinea and Australia. This is what I want to see in the end.

“It would mean much to me. I will be a happy woman.”

Calvin Caspar is a former Chief Sub Editor with the National Broadcasting Corporation based in Port Moresby. He currently resides in Bougainville. Email:

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Saturday, 15 May 2021

Catatan Bung Iwan Penthol - "HOMRATKU UNTUK TPNPB-OPM"

Hormat untuk kalian yang bertahan dihutan (TPNPB-OPM), digunung yang terus berjuang, aku menundukkan kepala dengan takjub. Kalian adalah orang-orang yang mempunyai kesadaran tertinggi dalam berjuang..level sebuah kesadaran yang tidak kami daptkan disini.

Perjuangan kalian dalam membebaskan diri dari bentuk kolonialisasi yang di kemas lewat jargon kosong nasionalisme-NKRI, tak lebih dari kedzoliman kapitalisme/imperialisme yang tengah dijalankan oleh rezim bonekanya di indonesia. 

Perjuangan yang membutuhkan militansi yang sangat tinggi, kesadaran yang melampaui intelektual di negri kami. Mengapa?. Karena disini kami masi dalam takaran memperdebatkan sebuah platform, sebuah isu anti imperialis/kapitalis & borjuasi reformis gadungan boneka dari imperialis. Tapi kau!, sudah melampaui kesadaran kami, sebuah tindakan nyata, kongkrit hasil dari kesimpulan dari literatur lusinan buku-buku progresif. meninggalkan semua akan subyektifisme.

Cita-cita yang cukup mulia dari takdir sejarah yang memang harus kau lakukan untuk mendapatkan tanah air merdeka Papua.

Disini hanya segelintir manusia sadar..sisanya gerakan sampah & kami masih terus belajar memahami literatur-literatur yang ada di buku untuk sebuah pembebasan. Sedangkan sisa manusianya disini tidak pernah terbongkar kesadarannya dalam berjuang, asik dengan kemiskinannya kerja cari duit...kerja cari duit, itulah cerminan dari manusia disini yg Ahli dalam Menderita, keburu tunduk pada penindasan selama faedahnya belum dirampas. Karna itu rasa takjubku pada kalian yang mengangkat senjata dalam berjuang, menjadi catatan terpenting dalam sejarah yang terus bergerak maju.

Mereka yang bilang kalian frustasi, sebetulnya adalah mereka yang disini yang frustasi karna tak melakukan apa-apa dalam sistem penindasan selama ini, selain hanya berkonsultasi pada rumah akademiknya yang tak memberikan solusi apapun juga.

Hormatku sekali lagi buat kalian cukup dalam. Hidup Sosialisme, Hidup Perjuangan bagi rakyat tertindas. Salam Pembebasan! 

Hidup Perjuangan Rimba Hutan, yakni Perang TPNPB-OPM yang selalu eksis melawan kekuasaan yang menindas

Thursday, 6 May 2021

Laporan Resmi TPNPB OPM NEWS: Baku Tembak di Ndugama 3 Pasukan TNI Tewas

Hari ini telah terjadi Kontak Senjata antara Pasukan TPNPB-OPM Kodap III Ndugama Darakma di bawa Pimpinan  Komadan Batalion Mugi Danyon Nereminus Gwijangge   di Distrik Mugi Kabupaten Nduga Papua

Dalam laporan ini  Panglima kodap III Ndugama Darakma Brigadir Jenderal EGIANUS KOGEYA mengatakan bahwa kejadian itu benar sekitar pukul 11.00 Waktu setempat lokal Ndugama. Pasukan saya serang pos Distrik Mugi dan 3 orang Pasukan TNI-Polri tertembak jatu dengan ukuran pas dan yang lain tertembak dengan peluru nyasar kami belum ketahui tutur Panglima kodap III Ndugama Darakma.

Hal tersebut di laporkan langsung dari Lapangan tempat kejadian Peristiwa .

Sementara dalam kontak senjata tersebut pihak TPNPB -OPM belum ada yang korban 

Menurut Panglima Kodap III Ndugama Darakma Brigadir Jenderal EGIANUS KOGEYA mengatakan bahwa belakangan ini banyak informasi beredar bahwa  Pemerintah Indonesia melalui badan Penanggulangan terorisme dan Presiden Jokowi melabelkan Organisasi Papua Merdeka TPNPB-OPM  di sahkan dalam undang- undang Teroris namun itu karena Banyak Mujizat Tuhan Allah terjadi di Tanah Papua dalam hal banyak Pasukan TNI-Polri dengan berbagai kesatuan dengan kekuatan militer canggih melengkapi dengan kekuatan senjata otomatis namun Tuhan Allah pencipta alam semesta Papua sudah mengalahkan jika Saya sebagai Panglima kodap III Ndugama Darakma siap bertanggung jawab atas Penembakan terhadap 3 anggota TNI polri di Distrik Mugi Tanggal 3 Mei itu.

Dan Saya dan Pasukan saya 13 Batalion 3 Wilaya Kowip tetap melawan Pasukan TNI-Polri yang baru kirim dengan berbagai nama kesatuan .

Demikian laporan Panglima Komando daerah Per Tahanan Kodap III Ndugama Darakma.

Ndugama Darakma 5 Mey 2021

Penanggung jawab Komando Lapangan Komadan Batalion Mugi.

Danyon Nereminus  Gwijangge


Komadan Batalion Mugi.

Mengetahui Panglima kodap III Ndugama Darakma.

Brigadir Jenderal EGIANUS KOGEYA


Mengetahui Panglima Komando Nasional KOMNAS TPNPB -OPM

Gen Goliat Tabuni


Panglima  umum

Mengetahui Komandan Opera umum setanah Papua.

Mayor Jenderal   Lekagak Telenggen


Komandan Operasi umum se Tanah Papua.

Tim editor Awak Media


Monday, 26 April 2021

Presiden perintahkan tangkap seluruh anggota kelompok bersenjata

 Jayapura, Jubi – Presiden RI Joko Widodo (Jokowi) memerintahkan Panglima TNI Marsekal Hadi Tjahjanto dan Kepala Polri Jenderal Listyo Sigit Prabowo untuk mengejar dan menangkap seluruh anggota Kelompok Bersenjata, setelah serangan yang menewaskan Kepala BIN Papua Brigjen TNI I Gusti Putu Danny, di Beoga, Kabupaten Puncak, Papua, Minggu (25/4/2021.

“Saya juga perintahkan kepada Panglima TNI, Kapolri untuk terus mengejar dan menangkap seluruh anggota KKB [Kelompok Kriminal Bersenjata],” kata Presiden Jokowi dalam konferensi pers di Istana Merdeka, Jakarta, Senin (26/4/2021).

Presiden menegaskan bahwa tidak ada tempat bagi Kelompok Kriminal Bersenjata (KKB) di wilayah Tanah Air Indonesia, termasuk Papua.

“Saya tegaskan tidak ada tempat untuk kelompok-kelompok kriminal bersenjata di tanah Papua maupun di seluruh pelosok Tanah Air,” ujarnya.

Kepala Negara menyampaikan duka cita mendalam dan menaikkan pangkat satu tingkat lebih tinggi kepada Brigadir Jenderal TNI I Gusti Putu Danny atas pengabdian, dedikasinya, dan pengorbanan yang telah dilakukan.

“Atas nama bangsa, rakyat, dan negara saya sampaikan duka cita mendalam kepada keluarga dan yang ditinggalkan,” ujarnya.

Ketua DPR RI sampaikan duka cita

Ketua DPR RI Puan Maharani menyampaikan duka cita atas meninggalnya Kepala BIN Daerah (Kabinda) Papua Brigjen TNI I Gusti Putu Danny Nugraha Karya.

“Duka mendalam atas gugurnya Kabinda Papua. Koordinasi harus diperkuat, termasuk komunikasi dengan masyarakat untuk menyelesaikan konflik di sana dan semoga tidak berulang menimbulkan korban jiwa,” kata Puan dalam keterangannya di Jakarta, Senin (26/4/2021).

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Puan meminta pemerintah, TNI dan Polri melindungi masyarakat, mengidentifikasi masalah secara utuh untuk mengetahui pemicu aktivitas KKB dan menentukan solusi untuk menuntaskannya.

Dia mengatakan, untuk menyelesaikan konflik harus dilakukan identifikasi utuh dan mendalam agar diketahui pemicu dan motivasi KKB melakukan serangan dan mengancam keselamatan warga.

“Koordinasi juga harus dilakukan TNI-Polri bersama pemerintah daerah, pemuka agama, tokoh adat/masyarakat, dan pihak terkait lainnya,” ujarnya.

Dia juga menyarankan agar dibangun komunikasi dengan masyarakat, menangkan hati warga, karena diyakini masalah KKB di Papua hanya bisa diselesaikan dengan dukungan besar dari masyarakat.

Namun dia menilai penegakan hukum tetap harus dilaksanakan pada siapapun yang terbukti bersalah, apalagi terbukti melakukan tindak kekerasan bersenjata yang menyebabkan hilangnya nyawa seseorang.

“Lindungi keselamatan warga dari aksi KKB, maka dari itu penegakan hukum jadi bagian penting untuk menyelesaikan masalah ini,” katanya.

Politisi PDI Perjuangan itu menilai pendekatan hukum dan keamanan juga harus dibarengi pendekatan kesejahteraan.

Sebelumnya Brigjen TNI I Gusti Putu Danny pada Minggu (25/4) terjebak aksi saling tembak dengan kelompok bersenjata saat Satuan Tugas BIN dan Satgas TNI/Polri berada di perjalanan menuju Kampung Dambet, Distrik Beoga, Kabupaten Puncak, Papua, Minggu (25/4/2021).

Sekitar pukul 15.50 WIT, Satgas BIN dan Satgas TNI/Polri dihadang oleh kelompok bersenjata Papua, sehingga terjadi aksi saling tembak di sekitar gereja Kampung Dambet. “Akibat kontak tembak tersebut, Kabinda Papua tertembak dan gugur sebagai pahlawan di lokasi kejadian,” menurut keterangan Deputi VII Badan Intelijen Negara (BIN) Wawan Hari Purwanto, pada Senin (26/4/2021).

Jasad Kepala BIN Papua itu telah dievakuasi dari lokasi kejadian dan dibawa ke Timika untuk kemudian diterbangkan ke Jakarta.

Jenazah Kepala BIN Papua rencananya akan dikremasi lalu dimakamkan di Taman Makam Pahlawan (TMP) Kalibata, Jakarta, Selasa (27/4/2021).(*)

Editor: Angela Flassy

Kabinda Papua dikabarkan meninggal dunia di Beoga, Papua

Jayapura, Jubi – Kepala Badan Intelijen Nasional (BIN) Daerah (Kabinda) Papua Brigjen TNI Putu IGP Dani NK, Minggu (25/4/2021) dikabarkan meninggal dunia di Beoga, Kabupaten Puncak, Papua.

Kabar meninggalnya Kabinda Papua ini dikonfirmasi oleh Kapolda Papua, Irjenpol Mathius Fakhiri. Namun apa penyebabnya belum diketahui secara pasti.

“Memang benar Brigjen TNI Putu Dani yang menjabat Kabinda dilaporkan meninggal di Beoga namun hingga kini belum ada laporan lengkapnya,” kata Kapolda Papua Irjen Pol Mathius Fakhiri dikuti Antara, Minggu (25/4/2021).

Rencananya, jenazah Kabinda akan dberangkatkan dari Beoga ke Timika esok hari, Senin, 26 April 2021 menggunakan Helikopter Caracal yang take off dari Timika pukul 06.00 WIT. (*)

Kabinda Papua Gugur di Beoga

 Kapolda: Beoga Masih Siaga, Anggota Melakukan Pengejaran

JAYAPURA-Distrik Beoga kembali ‘memanas’ setelah beberapa waktu sebelumnya dinyatakan kondusif. Seorang perwira tinggi TNI berpangkat bintang satu yang menjabat sebagai Kepala Badan Intelijen Negara Daerah (Kabinda) Papua, Brigjen  TNI I Gusti Putu Danny Nugraha Karya, gugur setelah ditembak mengenai kepala oleh Kelompok Kriminal Bersenjata (KKB) di Kampung Dambet, Minggu (25/4) sekira pukul 15:30 WIT.

Diketahui, Kabinda Papua ditembak saat meninjau lokasi pembakaran yang dilakukan KKB di Beoga, Kabupaten Puncak yang berlangsung dua pekan lalu.

Panglima Kodam XVII, Mayjen TNI Ignatius Yogo Triyono saat dikonfirmasi membenarkan insiden penembakan tersebut.

“Betul beliau gugur dan saat ini jenazah masih berada di Beoga, masih kita monitor terus. Direncanakan Senin (26/4) jenazah kita evakuasi dari Beoga,” ungkap Pangdam saat dikonfirmasi melalui telepon selulernya, kemarin (25/4).

Lanjut Pangdam, penembakan tersebut terjadi sekira pukul 15.30 WIT. Hanya saja hingga saat ini pihaknya belum menerima laporan terkait kronologis kejadian penembakan. Hal ini dikarenakan sulitnya akses komunikasi di daerah tersebut.

“Kami belum tahu kronologinya seperti apa. Sebab komunikasi masih terputus antara Beoga dengan Ilaga, ilaga dengan di sini (Jayapura-red). Untuk sementara kita juga masih dalami,” paparnya.

Terkait dengan peristiwa tersebut lanjut Pangdam, Senin (26/4) hari ini dirinya akan bertolak ke Mimika. “Rencananya saya akan ke Timika untuk memonitor,” ucapnya.

Secara terpisah, Kapolda Papua Irjen Pol Mathius D Fakhiri menyampaikan dirinya sudah mengetahui informasi gugurnya Kabinda Papua. Mathius Fakhiri mengatakan, saat ini perkuatan anggota masih  berada di Beoga.

“Perkuatan kami hingga saat ini masih ada di Beoga. Mereka sedang bekerja dan melakukan pengejaran,” kata Kapolda Mathius Fakhiri saat dikonfirmasi Cenderawasih Pos melalui telepon selulernya, Minggu (25/4).

Menurut Mathius Fakhiri, status Beoga memang belum sepenuhnya kondusif pasca beberapa rentetan peristiwa yang terjadi di daerah tersebut.

“Status Beoga masih siaga, belum aman. Kita tetap melakukan langkah-langkah pemulihan dengan penindakan hukum di sana,” tegasnya.

Sementara itu, dari data yang didapat Cenderawasih Pos, Minggu (25/4) terjadi Kontak tembak di sekitar Kampung Dambet atau sekitar sekolah dasar (SD) yang sebelumnya dibakar KKB Distrik Beoga, Kabupaten Puncak.

Sekira pukul 09.20 WIT, tim termasuk Kabinda Papua, Brigjen  TNI I Gusti Putu Danny Nugraha Karya  berangkat ke Kampung Dambet menggunakan delapan unit sepeda motor untuk melaksanakan observasi lapangan.

Sekira pukul 15.50 WIT, diperoleh informasi terjadi kontak tembak antara rombongan dengan KSB di Kampung Dambet.

Pukul 16.00 WIT, Tim Satgas Elang dan Delta melaksanakan evakuasi ke lokasi kontak dengan berjalan kaki.

Berdasarkan laporan handy talky (HT) Kabinda terkena tembakan di bagian kepala dan direncanakan pelaksanaan evakuasi dari Beoga ke Mimika, Senin (26/4) hari ini.

Adapun rencana evakuasi Kabinda Papua Brigjen TNI I Gusti Putu Danny Karya yaitu dari Beoga ke Timika menggunakan hellycopter caracal. Setelah itu jenazah diterbangkan ke Jakarta. (fia/ana/nat)

Teror KKB di Kabupaten Puncak

8 April 2021

KKB melakukan aksi penembakan di salah satu kios di Kampung Julugoma. Dalam aksi ini, KKB menembak mati seorang guru SD Inpres Beoga atas nama Oktovianus Rayo. Selain menembak mati seorang guru, KKB juga membakar tiga ruangan di SMA Negeri 1 Beoga.

9 April 2021

KKB kembali menembak seorang Guru SMPN 1 Beoga bernama Yonatan Randen dengan luka tembak di bagian dada hingga meninggal dunia.

11 April 2021

KKB berulah lagi dengan membakar sembilan ruangan di SMPN 1 Beoga.

14 April 2021

KKB pimpinan Lekagak Telenggen, menembak mati seorang pengendara ojek bernama Udin (41) di Kampung Eromoga, Distrik Emokia.

15 April 2021

KKB menembak seorang pelajar kelas X SMA Negeri Ilaga bernama Ali Mom di Kampung Uloni, Distrik Ilaga.

17 April 2021

KKB kembali berulah di Kampung Dambet, dengan membakar gedung sekolah, rumah kepala suku dan tiga rumah dinas guru.

25 April 2021

KKB menembak Kabinda Brigjen  TNI I Gusti Putu Danny Nugraha Karya saat melakukan observasi lapangan di Kampung Dambet.

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