Indonesian Embassy Fails to Silence the People�s Voice



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Indonesian Embassy Fails to Silence the People�s Voice

Today, around 20 people's voices failed to be silenced by Indonesian nationalism, that was blasted at them from the embassy. "It is an immature and childish response from Indonesian embassy," said Anthon Rumbiak, one of the rally organisers.

With speeches underway, West Papuans and supporters blocked the entrance to the Indonesian embassy by staging a massacre in protest of the continuing human rights abuses in West Papua.
The Australian police immediately respond to protect Indonesia's sensitivity and avoid further pressure from their officials who stood amongst them. One supporter was arrested and taken into custody for failure to provide a name and address.

The Australian police reaction shows continuous protection of the Indonesian government and bow to its pressure rather than question their treatment of West Papua's indigenous people.

The west papuan struggle continues to gain momentum at the international level and remains a thorn in the side of the Indonesian state. "The support for a Free West Papua shall not be silence in Australia and its about time the Indonesian government must engage with West Papua's legitimate body," stated Lewis Prai, one of the West Papuan activist leader who travelled from Melbourne to Canberra.

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