Report from Ross Hanley in the Absolute Data for Eternal Essence Skype room:
Dear One People / SwissIndo friends.
I’ve been asked to make an announcement regarding the UN orders pertaining to the arrest of the global leaders etc.
I received a report earlier today that the skies above Jakarta were filled with large UN marked aircraft and helicopters.
I then asked several Indonesian contacts for confirmation of this report, and I have to this point received 4 confirmations that the report is true. That’s good enough for me.
The reports suggest that the UN forces, under direct orders of Mr Ban Ki Moon, have landed in Jakarta (Pondok Cabe Airstrip) to arrest president SBY.
picture of choppers:
30-40 choppers I’m told camo UN choppers as well as white regular ones..and plenty of armoured vehicles,,,both camo and white
President Republic of Indonesia
Secretary-General Ban Ki–moon
I have no confirmation reports that President SBY has been arrested, however I shall continue to research this. ~Ron
SBY scheduled to lead UN panel meeting on post-2015 agenda
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | National | Sun, May 26 2013, 3:23 PM
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono will lead the last meeting of United Nations (UN) high level panel on post-2015 development agenda, scheduled to take place in New York, US, from May 29 to 31.
“Please pray for me so that the last panel meeting will run smoothly and its results can bring benefits for all of us,” Yudhoyono said via his Twitter account, @SBYudhoyono, on Sunday, as quoted by Antara news agency.
Yudhoyono and two other leaders, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and UK Prime Minister David Cameron, were appointed by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to co-chair the panel and advise on the new global development framework after the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) expire in 2015.
The fifth gathering of the high level panel is the final in a series of meetings beginning in New York, US, in September 2012; then London, UK, in November 2012; then Monrovia, Liberia, in February, 2013; and most recently Bali, Indonesia, in March 2013.
The President said the panel’s report would be handed over to the UN Secretary-General to be discussed by UN member countries. (ebf)
‘Fearful’ SBY Blasted Over Bid to Ensure Post-Presidential Security
By Ezra Sihite, Novy Lumanauw & Markus Junianto Sihaloho on 10:09 am Mar 05, 2014
Indonesia’s President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono delivers a speech at his lecture event in Tokyo on Dec. 13, 2013. (Reuters Photo/Toru Hanai)
Jakarta. The move to put together a new presidential security detail, or Paspampres , to guard the family of a former president and vice president has elicited mixed responses from observers, some of whom claim the push stems from fear.
Hasto Kristiyanto, a deputy secretary general of the opposition Indonesia Democratic Party of Struggle (PPDI-P), said on Tuesday that the move by the current administration of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was questionable.
“This is part of Yudhoyono’s scenario to secure himself when his term ends, using the state to protect himself and his family,” Hasto said. “The question is, would the formation of the so-called Group D be relevant amid the various economic issues the people are currently faced with? Or is this a syndrome of [Yudhoyono’s] excessive insecurity when his term ends?”
He was speaking in response to the inauguration on Monday of the new security detail, dubbed Group D, by Gen. Moeldoko, the armed forces chief of staff.
The current presidential guard consists of three teams, known as A, B and C, which are respectively in charge of close-range physical security for the president and their family; close-range physical security for the vice president and their family; and security measures for visiting heads of state and other senior foreign dignitaries.
Group D, created by a government regulation, will consist of 287 members with 30 officers being deployed to secure former presidents and vice presidents.
Hasto said that if throughout their term a president had consistently prioritized the public, then excessive security from the government may not be necessary.
“The formation of Group D is just a way [for Yudhoyono] to save himself and is not a program to honor any other former presidents,” he said.
The two other former presidents still living are Megawati Soekarnoputri, who is the PDI-P chairwoman, and B.J. Habibie, who spends much of his time in Germany, where he has been made an honorary citizen.
Both Megawati and Habibie also served as vice presidents; Megawati to the late Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahid, and Habibie to the late Suharto.
Moeldoko said at Monday’s ceremony that he would soon meet with the former heads of state to acquaint them with the new security program.
Clean Indonesia Movement (GIB), which advocates against profligate government spending, also criticized the establishment of Group D just months before Yudhoyono leaves office.
“The way I see it, behind the regulation there is tremendous fear by the person who initiated it — SBY — who will soon enough become a former president,” Edhie M. Massardi, a coordinator at GIB, said as quoted by Inilah.com. “All this time, former presidents and vice presidents have almost never been subject to any [security] disturbances.”
In a report by Tempo.co, military analyst Anton Ali Abbas questioned the urgency of the team’s formation and the scope of its work.
“Will they secure the main family as in the wife or husband and their children, or will they go as far as securing their in-laws and grandchildren too?” he said.
Julian Aldrin Pasha, a spokesman for Yudhoyono, said on Tuesday that the formation of the special security force was not proposed by the president, but was a result of evaluations by the presidential guard.
“Of course this was proposed by Paspampres, so if anyone says this was proposed by the president, I think that is not right,” he said at the State Palace in Jakarta.
He added that suggestions for the team to be put together had started several years ago, but only materialized this year.
Julian also denied criticism that the team would cause an unnecessary increase in the military budget, saying the presidential guard commander had ensured minimal additional expenses by recruiting from within the Paspampres ranks.
“Paspampres will be remapping their members and optimizing them,” he said. “I don’t think there will be any big increases to the budget.”
Tubagus Hasanuddin, a deputy chairman of the House of Representatives’ Commission I, which oversees defense and foreign affairs, spoke in support of the team, noting that many of the current security staff assigned to former presidents and vice presidents were once members of Paspampres who were now placed in different institutions such as the Army or Marines.
Tubagus, from the PDI-P, said there were currently three to 15 security staff for each former head of state.
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