Haxored as part of anti-suharto campaign by LithiumError and ChiKo Torremendez


Tri Tuntutan Rakyat 98 - Three Demands of the People 98

1. Turunkan Harga, Stabilkan Rupiah - Decrease Prices, Stabilize the Rupiah
2. Rombak Kabinet, Ganti Presiden, Laksanakan UUD 1945 secara murni dan konsekwen - Disperse the Cabinet, Replace the President, Implement the 1945 Constitution In Its Pure form and Consequently
3. Bebaskan Tahanan Politik, Hentikan Penindasan Hak Asasi Rakyat - Free The Political Prisoners, Stop Violating the People's Human Rights
In 1966, during the political and economy crisis that gripped Indonesia,
students all over the country came down to the streets and demanded
reformation from the government. And now, 32 years later, history is
repeating itself. Call this media-whoring, call this Indonesian Computer
Vandals Against Indonesian Tyranny, call this subversive propaganda, we
don't care. 

These attacks are a call for attention toward the struggle of Indonesian
people, oppressed for so long by Suharto's dictatorial rulership. And now
our economy is in the brink of collapse, due to the uncontrollable greed
of profiteering gluttons and political power-holders alike; the lack of
government transparency and the murder of democracy; and the widespread
violations of the original hope and goal of freedom. Look at all these
people who take the money Indonesia owe from the international community
to finance their private business: Siti "Kentut" Rukmana, Bambang
"Bangsat" Trihatmodjo, Hutomo "Anjing" Mandalaputra, Sudwikatmono,
Probosutedjo, Liem Soe Liong, Bob Hasan - all relatives and/or close
friends of Suharto.

Must we, the people, who have been placed as objects all these times, now
be made to bear the burden created by those who have enjoyed preferred
treatment? For the international community who are now trying to rescue
Indonesia: Are you going to let your help funds being used to cover the
financial crisis created by speculative, selfish, and greedy corporates?
Are you going to let your aid be managed by a government that is not
transparent, undemocratic and corrupted? Is it fair that now the low and
middle class of Indonesia, are bearing the burden of this crisis, which is
a result of only a handful government-supported enterpreneurs who take
advantage of credits loaned by other countries, to be used for their
individual interests?

The Suharto regime has responded to calls for reformation from political
activists by unjust, violent manner.  This has got to end. We are tired of
having our rights taken, our voices muted, our minds deceived. We are fed
up with all the promises, all the deceptions, and all the opression. We
are angry witnessing our sisters and brothers tortured, our leaders
imprisoned, our people impoverished, and our dream for democracy crushed.

So many of us went to the streets, protesting, demonstrating, fighting 
against the injustice done by our own government. Some of us went to
some of us went to the morgue, but we still won't give up.  We have long
lost our rights to free speech, and are sorry that we have to takeover
computer systems to get our messages, no matter how risky this is.

"Make my words a crime, I will shout out louder.
 Silence my voice, I will find another.
 Make my voice a crime, I will create a new one.
 Hunt me down, I will find a new place to hide.
 Lock me up, Ten will rise in my place.
 You cannot silence me.
 You cannot stop me.
 Me and my kind,
 We are forever ..."
                            (from hackerz.org shirt)

Bandung, West Java, January 19 1998

ChiKo Torremendez, Lithium Error, and JiroKul

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Sites attacked during this campaign: http://www.polri.mil.id - Indonesian National Police (military) HQ the instrument of the regime, achivement includes: bribery from corporations, torture of the people all over indonesia, imprisonment of reformation activists http://www.golkardki.or.id - Golongan Karya, The Ruling Party nominating Suharto for the SEVENTH consecutive time, won the last 'election' by way of force, threat, arson, and simple cheating http://www.jakarta.dki.go.id-Jakarta Provincial Govt, Capital of Indonesia the center of the struggling http://www.bepeka.go.id - The Supreme Audit Board established with the purpose of making sure that the president use people's money for the people. obviously has been doing its job http://www.hipmi.or.id - Association of Indonesian Young businessman leader: Tommy "Anjing" Suharto monopoly and corruption hurt Indonesia http://www.timor.co.id - Indonesia's National Car owner: Tommy "Anjing" Suharto 'favored' industry by the government, made money forcing gov't employees to buy the cars which name came from the island where human rights are void. and other sites owned by the corporate conglomerates of Indonesia: http://www.seranggolf.co.id http://www.fortune.co.id http://www.mangga2.co.id http://www.pip.co.id http://www.jcc.co.id http://www.indocement.co.id http://www.directbank.co.id http://www.bankpsp.co.id We DID NOT destroy any server. Original pages were renamed. Index pages, history files and logs were altered in order for us to survive. Hackers-affiliated organisations and sysadmins of the systems involved are not to be held responsible. We are just like other demonstrants on the streets, who just happen to have the ability to gain access to these sites. You might try to restrict information, but technology enables us to stand as equals!